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g i 11 Safe Deposit Service 11 p* No d.r passe* without tb. lom of nluablei !» gj by theft or fire—-hot you can eliminate all 11| S | danger to your belongings, by placing vslu- |=3 g | able papers, jewelry, etc. in the fire and ■|| . ‘ E* burglar proof vault of the Union Trust .S s S J Company. | s c I We alto have storage facilities for the ac- I== g I commodation of those who desire protec* S = E f tlon for bulky articles. ■ = Ml 2* Paui on Checking and 3% on Savings Accounts ||| m\ UNION TRUST CO. /I Os. THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA /Jf B*sSdWLSti. Northwest President / Don't let child stay F ) r»X bilious, constipated MOTHER, TOUR CHILD'S BOWELS NEED "CALIFORNIA HO STROP’ Even Cross, Feverish, Sick Children Love its Taste and it Never Fails to Empty Little Bowels If jour child is listless, full ®f cold, has colic, or if the stomach Is sour, breath bad. tongue coated, a teaspoonful of "California Fig Syrup" will quickly start liver and bowel action. In a few hours you can see for yourself how thoroughly It works the constipation poison, sour bile and waste right out and you have a well, playful child again. Lansburgh & Brother I STORE NEWS for Wednesday, February 28,1923 420-430 Seventh St. N.W. Tomorrow-last day—final wind-up of February Sale China, Glass & Housewares Brings prices to the zero level—values soar l>y all means attend tomorrow. In addition to the low prices here quoted, manv other equally good opportunities will he found throughout our attractive Sixth Floor. Wringing the profit from * Clothes Wringers Note these special prices "t 9 "' 'T> ers, equipped with steel ball Old English Floor Wax .. hearings and oressure springs. —Equally good for floors Rollers guaranteed, for three M "’ 59 C I ' il l and five y ears °* fami, y usc - . A wood or liber or galvanized K— 9 tllh - rolls IQx gr off 3 wate? SoVrd" *! 3>0.53 781 S and 581 S Wringer— 7818 Bench Wringer— Has reversible water board: With reversible idrain _ '/ rs * ,°“*. *ad Iron roUs, llsl« inches; hs.ens ' boards; rolls , «|| AA ;f?,VI aTd I?"’’ to stationary and sfl ~ • , ipllvllU “. Mand .‘c. round tubs llxl-K inches... Wind-up price, gJJJ set * Bicycle Clothes Wringers bl j«we S With steel ball bearings; rolls warranted three years ’ quality- Wind-up OAp for family use. P r,cc ' dozen f . WVL 760 Wringer—One-way water board; fastens on ' Jq A wood, galvanized or fiber tubs; rolls, Off r a 10x1-)4 inches oiwO ~ 1 310 Kingston Wringers—Rolls are warranted three f j v years for family use; one-way water ffsp* PJCILf, board; fastens to wood, galvanized or fiber [ 321 Kingston Wringers—Rolls are warranted five White China Salt Boxea years for family use; reversible water £\£\ •—Generous size, with wood board; fastens on stationary or round tubs, covers. Wind-up 35c Fancy China—Nippon XT • t A 1 • and Bavarian comports. Universal AlUmillUin, JdckV" dishes^ m • tTi bonbons’, candlesticks and Cooking Utensils __ price Special, 95C This famous ware at a new low price for tomorrow 1 t>n!y. Choice of these useful pieces; Tube Cake Pans 5-qt. Pudding Pant -V Beverage Shakers ~. • *-qt- Preserve Kettles Crockery Teapots—Plain Convex Kettks, 3 and 4 qt. 12-hole Muffin Pans and fancy decorated; 3. 4 5-qt Double-lipped Sauce- 12-hole Corn Cake Pans and 6 cups. Wind- OC~ — pans • / v sixth Floor. up price ®uL Millions of mothers keep "Califor nia Fig Syrup” handy. They know a teaspoonful today may save a sick child tomorrow. It never cramps or overacts. Ask your drug gist for genuine "California Fig Syrup,” which has directions for babies and children of all ages printed on bottle. Mother! You must say “California'* or you may get an Imitation tig syrup. TOE EAhsytSfaE STATE, ‘WXSHTNrGTOIsr, P. tl. TOESBXT, FEBBUABY 27, 1923. COURT DISMISSES BERGERCHARGES District Attorney, Agreeing, Says Government’s Case Was'Weak. v : '• - , '(‘--'I 1 By the Associated Press, CHICAGO, February 27.—Charges of conspiracy to obstruct the recruit ing and enlisting of military forces against Victor Berger, Milwaukee socialist, and four other defendants convicted with him there three years ago, were dismissed before Federal Judge James 11. tVllkcrson two weeks ago, it became known yesterday. Berger, with Adolph Conner, na tional secretary of the socialist party; William F. Kruse, national secretary of the Young People's Socialist Party; l.ouis Kngdahl. editor of the Ameri can Socialist, and Irwin St. John Tucker, Kpiseopul rector, were sen tenced to twenty years' imprison ment. Government's Case Writ. A new trial was ordered and Kdwin A. Olsen, district attorney, revelwing the evidence, said he found the gov ernment's case was weak because of matter ruled out by the circuit Court of appeals. Because of this fact. Attorney Gen - eral Daugherty agreed to dismiss the charges. The live socialists were convicted before former Federal Judge K. M. Landis after they had sought in vain for a change of venue, charging that Judge Land is was prejudiced. "A hand-picked grand jury indicted me.” Berger said after the conviction - ; and sentence, and "a biased verdict by twelve farmers convicted me; a ■patrioteer’ judge sentenced me. v At the time Berger had just been elected to Congress from Milwaukee. By a vote of 309 to 1 he was denied his scat in the House of Representa tives. The seat was declared vacant and a special election was held, at which Berger was re-elcctcd, defeat ing a fusion candidate. Kjfrlfd Second Time. This time he was ejected from the House by a vote of 32S to 6. The governor of Wisconsin then refused to call a special election. A year later the United States Supreme Court reversed the conviction, holding that Judge Landis should have allowed tlio change of venue, and also ruling out part of the evidence. Berger was elected to Congress for the third time last November, NOTED ACTOR SUCCUMBS. Frederick de Belleville, Known on Two Continents, Dead at 73. SHIV YORK, February, 27. —Fred- erick do Belleville, distinguished ac tor on American and European stages, died yesterday, at the age of seventy three. after a half century in theatri cal work. His last appearance was in "The Humming Bird,” whicii closed February 17 of this year, his? birthday. Mr. do Belleville was born in Liege. Belgium. His first stage appearance was in London. in 1573; in "Fair Rosamund.” Litter he was engaged by John Hollinshead to play in "Much. Ado About Nothing.” His first engagement' in America was at San Francisco', white, he made his New York debut December 15, 18S0, at the Union Square Thea ter. For many y'ears he played op posite such celebrities as Clara Mor ris, Rose Coghlan, Mrs.* Fiske and Margaret Anglin. 16 I. W. W. AGITATORS ON “THIRTY-DAY GRIND” Put at Hard Labor and on Bread and Water Diet, on Vagrancy Charges. CBNTRAI4A, Wash., February 27. —Sixteen Industrial Workers of the World arrived here Saturday on vagrancy charges, today began a thirty-day grind of eight hours hard labor daily, on a diet of bread and water, choosing that in preference to the other alternative offered them in police court yesterday of leaving town within an hour. The seven teenth defendant decided to leave Cen trail jp Two other men believed to be I. W. W. organisers were arrested yesterday and held on open charges. As a measure of precaution, seventy five citizens were sworn in as spe cial ofllcers and were on duty last night. There was uo disorder, how ever, and no apparent increase In the number of 1. W. W. In town. SLAIN IN UNION WAR. CHICAGO, February 27. William Kinsella. identified with Chicago la bor organizations, was killed last night in what police declared a labor war between factions of the Butchers' Union. Kinsella was shot while at a meeting of the Hebrew butchera Po lice said more than fifty shots were bred. Paul Radin, a member of the Hebrew organization, was wounded tn the shoulder. Gums bleed? Then use Pyrodento Tooth Paste. Use it on your brysh. Massage your gums with it. And watch the results. They will become firm, hard and healthful again if you use this treatment religiously. <^il^odento \[ tr t3'Ed/\ paste Tomorrow —The Last Day of The Hub’s Great February Furniture Sale! qTliis great sale of high-grade furniture at specially low prices comes to an end tomorrow night. When the doors close on this remarkable occasion the values obtainable here during the closing month will only be a memory. Come in tomorrow-*-your last opportunity—and select what you need in the way of. furniture, and pay down only a small deposit— the balance you can pay in easy installments, without losing the value of these unusually low prices. Invest in furniture of the right kind —The Hub can supply it —and by opening a charge account you can easily meet the payments without missing the money. Last Call for The Hub’s Great February Furniture Sale! | mmmm —— _ B .The HUB Offers This 4-Piece /"\ 75 American Walnut Finish JL V/ ' To Every Purchaser of SIOO or More— Cash or. Charge Account —it makes no This lovely suite will furnish your bedroom to the “queen’s taste.'’ It difference —we will sell - • * consists of Semi-Vanity, wood Bed, Chifforette and large Dresser with mirror. This Guaranteed Pure Have It Charged at This Low Price Aluminum Ware Kitchen - : Outfit of Telephone Stand Costumer Hnr mP Fumed Oak Tele- Mahogany or IS Pieces A WJ - ' phone Stand and g?Mcri oak finish. *IT stooi Fitted with hooks. i Exactly as illustrated—DELlVEßED TO thc homc or YOU AT ONCE WITH YOUR OTHER 2 * tmf lift©» PURCHASES—no waitings No ifs or buts about it. ; Ml v Act at once, for this great new premium offer | ■"' i'j | Pure Aluminum Ware Outfit consists of the fol- dC . ItC 1* I** I!*!* 1 * ?• _° < * cr „ II lIHi 1 1 H Q Use it as a couch by day— convert it into a com il illSilu’ m* * ililnl IW I sortable bed when the occasion arises. Complete— 4. Snmhb 11* Large Seaee Pet IIRM 111 I n iIL A mm m 0. Meaeepan 13. Milk Pall ||flP J| I UjTj tl A 7S I. Heavy Lid la. Cooker ||ttf . R| | /I »U 7. Cooker 14. Doable Boiler P 111 w, I *+— 18. UfM Fry Pam V •Q * ———————2 11111 -.i—.....-... Jlljs - jtySS 7th and D Streets N.W. DOPE TRAFFIC MUST GO, IS THE EDICT IN CHINA President Li Tuan-Hung Declares “Opium in Every Form” Will Be Put Under Ban. By ths Associated Press. PEKING, February 27.—That the opium traffic in China must go, and that with it must be swept from the boards the Uichuns, or ntry gov ernors, who are supporting the illicit trade, were the unequivocal state ments of President' Li Yuan-Hung, printed in the new Peking morning newspaper, the Daily Far Eastern Times. The president’s declaration was made in reply to a query from the editor, who asked the executive’s views on the suggestions recently made by Sir Francis Aglen, head of the Chinese customs administration, to legalize the opium traffic in order to control it. “I will oppose to the full extent of my ability any proposal that China go back on her pledge to prohibit the opium traffic,” the president asserted. "It is proposed to outlaw opium smokers. Whether this will be pro vided for in the new constitution I cannot say yet, but I can give the as- surance that, except for medical pur poses, opium In every form will be absolutely banned. "It Is the tuctiuna who aro support ing' the traffic, and that Is one more reason why the tucbuns must and shall go." Dealing with the subject of con version, and apropos of the seizure of provincial revenues by the governors. President t.l said: "The tuchun will go as soon as the constitution Is pro Sectional Bookcases Harmonize in any decorative < > JEH scheme. There are designs, ¥lll H woods and finishes of Globe- H Wernkke Sectional Bookcases fF==tM to fit in anywhere in any plan They protect from dust and dirt. JfJt give easiest access to books, ana M \ r ill are most attractive and artistic. —A Is there any companionship, not ( ‘ LJvg human, to equal the companion- LaWr ship of books? No matter what Vw your mood, a book is found to fit - W * tIBP however varied, are /ifflttffl jj Such worth-while oompamonahip de- mIHU serves the best of care and attention.. | UJUBma Globe-Wernicke Sectional Bookcases wW/ ■■iUill mp» are the favored homes of such com- L! |£p Call and see them or ask for our been- ~ r*it Oar Disnbrr of tfnlly illustrated catalog. Globe-Wernicke Sectional Etookc^es I DESKS. CHAIRS. SECTIONAL FILING CABINETS BOTH WOOD ANDSTEEL, I GLOBE SAFES. OFFICE SUPPLIES, SECTIOMAL BOOKCASES. I PHONES MAIN 7604 f.sVreet 2 w.°w. mulgated, which will be this year. Not only will there be no place for him In the permanent constitution of the country, but the provinces will be authorized to take coercive measures against him.’* "What side shall we take In this European row?" asks a subscriber. The outside!—Grand Island Independ ent. . LEAVES CASH TO SERVANTS Mrs. Mary Dallas Qulcksall. who died February 20, left 13,000 to her cook. Mangle Cox, and $2,000 to Ikt butler, Abel 'Wilson. The remaining estate is devised by her will to her son, Conrad M. Strong, who tn to a<t as executor. The will, dat< i Septem ber 23, 1330, was tiled for probate yesterday.