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' OTTO VON BISMARCK
TO SIT IN REICHSTAG
3*rincc, 27. Will Be Among Na
tionalist Deputies—Cheered
by Convention.
1 By Ui€ Associated Ftps'!**-
BERLIN, April 2. —Prince Otto von
Bismarck, grandson of the Iron Chan
cellor. will sit among the German
nationalist deputies in the new reiehs
lag. The prince, who is twenty-seven,
has been living in retirement on the
family estate at Frederichsruhe, near
Hamburg.
He made his political debut at the
German nationalist convention yes
terday in Hamburg, where reaction
ary spokesmen introduced him as the
“headliner” who Is to lead the patriot
ic German youth into the monarchists’
camp in the coming election.
“Prince von Bismarck has the floor."
shouted Chairman Hergt as he con
ducted the youth to the edge of the j
speaker’s platform. The prince bowed j
bashful acknowledgment, while the [
2.000 men and women composing the I
convention shouted tumultous greet- !
ing.
As young von Bismarck is certain of
election, there will he at least one
prince in the new reichstag. and there
is every prospect of others, as the re
. actionary campaign managers are
combing th ecountry for blue-blooded
candidates.
Gen. Ludendorff. just acquitted for
his part in the beer cellar putsch of
last November, w ill be nominated by
the ultra-nationalistic anti-seiuitic
party, which will also feature Count
von Reventlow. pan-German publicist,
, as one of its star candidates.
BOSTON OFFICIAL DIES.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., April 2.--\Vil- j
Jiam A. Hayes, eighty-one, United States ;
commissioner at Boston for eighteen I
years, died late last night at his homo !
here of pneumonia.
Since the passage of the eighteenth 1
amendment Commissioner llayps bad be
come known throughout the country
1 through his rulings in liquor cases, par- i
ticqlarly in connection with the issuing
of search warrants. He was attacked by
the Anti-Saloon league and other or
ganizations, and his removal was
nought last year oh the ground that his
decisions favored those who disregarded
the prohibition laws.
Commissioner Hayes took the stand
that the constitutional rights of the
citizen must be protected, and assert'd
that the fourth and fifth amendments to
the Constituion shou d be ob-erved as
■well as the eighteenth. Most of his rul
ings w ere sustained by the United Stales
Supreme Court
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n I
c rT IS a rare thing to find
silk stockings that are sheer
and durable at the same time.
s.
This is why women who l6ve
nice things insist on Silk
Stockings by Van Raalte.
!
|4\s\N RAALTE
’ ' i Silk Stockings
(Full Fashioned)
Made by the Makers of Van Raalte Silk Gloves,
Glove Silk Underwear and Veils
| FOLKS I
Mme. von Lewinskl, wife of the
counselor of the German embassy,
who is one of the members of the
mixed claims commission sitting in
Washington < to
adjust the prob
lems before the
alien property
custodian, is one
the few woman
members of the
now very large
diplomatic circle
in Washington
who can attach
L.L.B. after their
names. She mar
ried Dr. Karl von
Lewinskl during
his student days
in Silesia and en- .
couraged him to j
extend his re- |
| Mme. yen Lewinskl. searches ill law to i
this country.
Accordingly, the young couple
j sailed for New York and, while the
i doctor, who holds his legal degree
: from Berlin, was pursuing the higher
studies' in Columbia and the New j
York University, bis wife matricu
lated in the latter institution and
studied most diligently for two
years. The counselor attained much
success in his chosen profession and
at the time of the world war was
| judge of the supreme court of Prus
! sia. Mine, von Lowinski for years
always aided in the preparation of
briefs, in making abstracts for use I
in arguments and generally per- j
formed the work assigned in a law i
firm to one of the most important
members.
Mme. von Lewinski is a native of j
Colorado and spent the first sixteen '
j years of her life there, studied in Us;
i public schools and retains for it and i
j all that relates to its welfare the
; most affectionate solicitude. She was
! Miss Emma Pomeroy and her father.
| Richard Pomeroy, was one of the
1 brilliant British engineers who came
to this country in his youth and
j a-ded in railroad construction and
mining development in the Centen
nial state. Mr,, Pomeroy, known
j throughout the state as ’’Dick.” built
j the lirst brick mansion in Denver
and furnished his house and Im
proved his garden to such an extent
that for years it was a show place. I
In later years Mr. Pomeroy removed
•from Colorado to Connecticut, where
he died about twenty years ago.
Mme. von Lewinski is, in addition to
being a traffled and astute lawyer, a
inu§lclan of considerable ability.
The American. Chemical Society re
ports. a case of paralysis of the hand
caused by the poisonous fumes from a
small gas heater.
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON. D. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. 11)24.
IRISH WOMEN OBJECT
TO SERVING ON JURIES
By the Associated Pp«s».
DUBLIN, April 2.—lrish women
now have the same rights and lia-
' Se sit’s 1
Largest Assortment
V Best Values jj
Phone Main 7604
i
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efi // emondous
( \dui\ilo \ou Spring Utah
J ' V. Hundreds of Styles —s
imagine snug-fitting Toques and Cloches, festooned with laces, trimmed
S ' / bewitchingly with garlands and nosegays of flowers, clusters of fruit, and f\
S / feathers. Demure, drooping-brim Hats wide brimmed and Turbans f 4 \\ J
\ 1 swathed in ribbons and crepe. Sport Hats, true to fashion’s dictates with I 1 W
' bands of grosgrain ribbon or crepe—and any number of models for matrons. / 1 #
In fact, every imaginable kind of Spring Hats —Easter Hats—Gage Hats— / | A&
Hats for every woman, for every miss—and only $4.50. It’s more than a sale /
—it’s a real celebration. s /
Come early if possible, -f _t-l ■■ _ _ Selling starts at 9:15. Re
but you’ll not be disappoint- I A\ T CT* IJ Tj I T Y V'j member, more Hats than
ed if you come late —2,000 |./\ |\| fjl J T| 1 Cv rxv I you’ve ever seen before.
Hats will go a long way. MmJX X X X MmJM. VX/# Just scc them j
418-30 7th St. N.W.. Thru to Bth OUR ONLY STORE Phone Franklin 7400 ______________
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Ibilities as men to serve on Juries.
E'er Ahe most part they do not like
It and there is a bill before the dail
elrear.n proposing to strike off the
jury lists the names of all women
objecting to such service. This has
provoked a protest from the Irish
Woman's Citizen Assocallon, but
general opinion favors permitting
those women wishing it to stay at
home and attend to the children.
Kevin O'Higgins, supporting the
proposed change in the dail, said
that the woman juror was not an
outstanding success, and this pro
voked the retort from the labor
benches: “is the woman voter a suc
cess?”
Mr. OTliggins replied that he would
i
Spring Clothes
for Men, Women and Children
ON
| CREDIT
Moderate Prices Reasonable Terms
H. Abramson
7th and L Streets Northwest
Open Until 10 P.M. Saturdays No Branch Stores
not like to answer the question “in
public.”
It is feared that an insect pest, the
Australian tomato weevil, recently dis
covered in the south, will become of
great menace to crops unless sup
l pressed.
Straw Shoes Coming In.
For comfort as well as economy
straw shoes for women seem to be
getting a vogue that will make them
| j Dainty and neat I
j And flavored so jj
sweet/ I
Mjiclets
I candy coated gum II
popular sartorially as well as lucra
tive commercially. They are full sash
ioned shoes, the idea having com*
from the durability of straw sandal:,
long worn by the Chinese.
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