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TWO FAi-LAH
:: LEADER RESIGN
Nebraska Committeemen As
s.
* sert Foster Indorsement
V Was “Double Cross.”
By the Associated Press.
OMAHA, Neb., July 14.—Alleging
they have been “double-crossed” by
the executive committee of the Na
tional Farmer-Labor Party in the in
dorsement of W. Z. Foster and Ben
Gitlow as the presidential and vice
presidential candidates of the Work
ers' Party of America, W. H. Greene
and Rev. J. L. Beebe of Omaha, na
tional committeemen for Nebraska of
the National Farmer-Labor Party,
last night telegraphed their resigna
tions to C. A. Hathaway, national
secretary of the National Farmer-
Labor Party, at St. Paul, they de
clared.
Declaring the executive committee
of the party, which last month met at
Stv.PauJ and put Duncan McDonald
and William Bouck on the Farmer-
Labor national ticket, was instructed
to attend the Cleveland conference
to carry on negotiations and submit
the findings to the national commit
tee,” had failed to do so, the tele
gram asserts:
Assert No Report Made.
“No report has been made to the na
tional committee. It appears that
McDonald and Bouck have been with
drawn as candidates for the national
Farmer-Labor ticket, and a group
purporting to be the national execu
tive committee of the National Farm
er-Labor Party have Indorsed the
candidacy of W. Z. Foster and Ben
Gltlow as candidates on the Workers’
Party ticket, contrary to the spirit
and intention of the SC Paul conven
tion.
“This indorsement was without
moral or legal authority, and we shall
not feel bound by any such action.”
The estimated number of tractors
in use on American farms is 4u0,000.
KATS TRADE-IN (0 S
WATCH SALE Wf**" 1
We sell all standard make watches standard cash
prices. Any watch we sell cannot be purchased any 11 II
cheaper for cash—and you cam pay as low as SI.OO a week! Jl II
I In addition to this, FIVE DOLLARS is the smallest
amount we will allow for any kind of a watch. Just think of
- that old turnip you have discarded so long ago is worth
$5.00 to you, if you want a real watch. /^rl—
All Standard Make Watches ljj IP jVuL
. Included in This Sale— m■■ |\ra|
ILLINOIS STERUNGS, ELGINS, ml |\\ Ml
WALTH AMS, HOWARDS, HAMILTONS, /M
gives' per feet'circular vibration—used’only |
» T M the high-grade watches. H M ■ !■
■ /m ■ W ■ “ 3. it has a steel escapement with chamfered I I H )■
I LJM I II ■* tooth edge—which reduces friction and insures I I WM Ml H !■
'T Vt'* ha. preferred rub, end ..pphlr. U H 111 ■ I
r Trade in YouTOld Wrist Watch and £?'.'•• “" otca ‘° T “' ,r p "'“ uo " “ a HI *I ■ I
_ r A flnui/m/-. 5. It has temperature adjustments, thereby ■ ■ MM ■ (■
becu&e a Liberal Allowance eliminating variation in different tempera- H I Mg IB H jl
on O New One! tU 6. eS It has a compensating cut balance, which Mld Ml I I
r, .• r i . . , . . , , guarantees dependability. I I Ml ■ !■
Beautiful assortment, latest style 7. It has a patented micrometer screw I 1 Ml HU
shapes, green and white gold wrist fating*Itor 1 tor—1 111 added featur6 for clos€> regu- M Mj H II
watches, fitted with 15-jewel guaranteed a g. nß it has a safety recoiling click, which I I M fvS\ H I
1 movements, Any watch we sell is guar- P T e ?t^s th ca^ed i \nd^t"med^o^re^n^ n aT the I U M . I I
|1 anteed and we will fit a new movement factory to, Insure absolute timekeeping ac- 111 Ml Ihi ViJ *H I
I in any watch that does not give satisfac- TltfU wtFsfacti™ we are 111 Jj M f £ M I
tion. Prices ranging from authorized by the factory to replace with a lUI jJM 1 J Mk ■ ■
| up ad, usted,
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Meet KAY-Wear DIAMONDS I 0 M M
“Your Promise to Pay Is Good With Kay” \UH A | Li I J^H^V
ONE AND PAY
' SIOO a week ’rn
Bath Parties Style
In Berlin Due to
Big Coal Shortage
By the Associated Press.
BERLIN, July 14. —Bath parties
are all the go in Berlin Just now.
In order to economize on coal, all.
apartment house owners have
stopped the dally supply of hot
water, providing it only twice a
month, or, in some of the more
expensive houses, one day each
week. As a consequence neigh
bors have taken to the exchange
of bathing privileges and have
regular schedules. "Hot-water
day” is the event of the week
among apartment dwellers, and
after the family bathes, favored
neighbors are invited ip from
other houses and they reciprocate
when their good day rolls around.
Youth Drowns in Janies River.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
LYNCHBURG. Va„ July 14.—While
swimming yesterday Mayo Davies,
eighteen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Davies of Reusens. a suburb of
Lynchburg, was drowned in the James
River. Companions noticed that* he
appeared to turn over when he threw
up his hands and sank. The body
was recovered and a pulmotor used
in vain efforts to revive him.
WADD TO THE COMFORT AND BEAUTY OF
YOUR NEW HOME. BY INSTALLING SHADE
ISHOP WINDOW SHADES. FACTORY PRICES w<_
KEAN A GREAT SAVING. LJ
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0 Is3o nth St. N.W.I iPhone Main 48741 "
W1 C 1 Q
W. STOKES SAMMONS, Proprietor
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON. D. C., MONDAY, JULY 14, 1924.
MINISTERS WANT
GERMANY IN LEAGUE
Premiers of Little Entente Also
Agree on Action Toward
Russian Recognition.
By the Associated Press.
PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia, July 14.
—Unity of action on the admission of
Germany to the league of nations
and a general agreement on their
attitude toward the Russian Soviet
government was announced by the
foreign ministers of the little entente
as accomplishments of their two-day
session, which ended here Saturday
night. Z)r. Benes, foreign minister of
Czechoslovakia, said Germany ought to
be admitted to the league, but only
under conditions that would make
her membership contribute toward
the pacification of Europe. This ques
tion, he added, might be discussed
after the powers had agreed on the
application of the Dawes report.
Foreign Minister Duca of Rumania
said recognition of the Soviet was a
question for each nation, rather than
for joint action by the little entente.
He had, however, the support of his
colleagues in hia position, which was
that "theoretically Rumania is ready
to recognize the soviets, but this Is
practically Impossible so long as
Russia refuses to recognize our pres
ent frontiers.”
MOTED INVENTOR DIES.
Perfected Device Used Successfully
in Healing Bheumatism.
NEW YORK, July 14.—Oscar New v
house. Inventor of -a device which
Belevue Hospital officials stated had
proved successful In the ameliora
tion of rheumatism cases, died of
heart trouble yesterday. He was
sixty-five years old.
Mr. Newhouse’s machine had been
employed for about a year by the
staff of Belevue for the treatment of
nerve and rheumatism patients, Dr.
John O'Hanlon, superintendent, said.
According to Benjamin Hamilton,
a close friend of Mr. Newhouse. the
Inventor claimed that his machine
had therapeutic value in the treat
ment of persons suffering from heart
trouble, Mr. Hamilton asserted that
he had effected many cures.
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GET IT NOW!!!
A BREEZE-MAKING GENERAL ELECTRIC
FAN
It’s Just the Fan You Want $ 4 A
and the Price Is Only " I ■ I
Oscillating Fans, $15.00. I II
Other Fans as Low as $3.98. "
£ MUDDIMAN g
709 13th St. N.W. Phone Mam 140 ,J
HUSBAND IS DEAD, WIFE
SHOT IN SUICIDE PACT
Shoot Selves Within Pew Yards
of Houston, Tex., Municipal
Golf Course.
By the Associated Press.
HOUSTON, Tex., July 14,-rrWlthin a
few yards of the Houston municipal
- golf course fairway, upon which a
few twosomes and foursomes still
lingered. John Kendrick and his wife
shot themselves In a suicide pact late
yesterday afternoon.
Kendrick is dead. A bullet from a
heavy caliber revolver passed through
his heart. Mrs. Kendrick, was taken
to a hospital, a gaping wound in her
breast.
SEEKS HONDURAN OFFICE.
Louis Bogran to Bun With Back
ing „of Bebel Groups.
NEW ORLEANS, July 14.—Louis
Borgan, sqn of a former president of
Honduras and member of one of the
wealthiest families In central Ameri
ca, has been asrreed upon by leaders
of the revolutionary forces In the re
cent uprising as a candidate for pres
ident of that republic at the forth
coming election, according to what
is said to have been reliable informa
tion received yesterday in the Hon
duran colony ‘here from Tegucigalpa.
Mr. Borgan, civil engineer and'
graduate of the University of In
diana, is thirty-eight years old. He
la at present, in Washington and is
quoted in press dispatches as having
consented to make the race only af
ter all factions had assured him of
their support.
STUDEBAKER
Just Drive It; That's All
Golfers-Athletes
HWhnarh &Hlofhti){r
DOWN STAIRS STORE
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Tub Silk Summer Frocks
Reduced to JSk
$lO m IS
Tub silk frocks have never been so popular as Nl
they are this summer. This is because they are j | h ‘~J im s
refreshingly cool, easily tubbed, prettily styled rSfj | ;.'j| iS ml
and low priced—here in the Down Stairs Store. w ll! 1 j|\ | gi ||jj| H lij
The Candy Stripe is the most popular. They’re | lj| Jj * b|!i|! Ia BE
shown in so many fascinating variations.
Straightline sports models with candy stripes of ' igJ j'j! g
pink, green, orchid, blue, copen, gray on cool, ||||r . f; }i g
soft, lustrous quality white tub silk. Modishly \\ I \lVfegMl !j!j|a
trimmed with white and self material collars and \ ILlm\®\\ 1 [Jr
cuffs. Also vestees, ties, and long or short
sleeves. \ I h
Now that they are reduced to $lO, the saving is V\ JJ
most unusual. * V
DOWN STATES STORE -
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Tuesday—Special Sale Special—Conde
38-Inch Printed Voil^ O c onSffiSsi
and RflftcfP J XUI Double compacts containing
<IIIU Uallolv powder and rouge of a splendid
grades Compacts are gold
This selling offers you an exceptional opportunity for plated and have two mirrors,
savings of the most substantial nature. n ith 5?| Tipact one 50c
Neat printed patterns on white or colored grounds. In starting tomor
blues, green, lavender, rose, tangerine, black, gray m one row offerg Urge for y OIL
and two tone colorings. The compacts are in a medium
This price warrants the purchase of a large quantity. sire and are regularly priced at
DOWN STAIRS STORE DOWN STAIRS STORE
Women’s Full-Fashioned All-Silk Hose, $1.15
A limited number of pairs. Fine quality pu re thread silk hose with durable lisle garter
tops. A really exceptional value. These hose usually sell at a much higher price.
Black, white, otter, nude, pi°use, sombrero, gray, beige. Sizes S x / 2 to 10.
DOWN STAIRS STORE
, J rom ° ol ‘ y o" Pure Glove Silk
A New Patent Leather
Summer Pump, *7.50 VCStS, *1
A new semi-conservative summer pump
just received—in time to place on sale to- 300 in a very fortunate purchase. High
morrow. Black patent leather. Splendidly grade pure glove silk vests, generously
made from heel to toe to give the utmost proportioned and splendidly tailored to as
in service—style-comfort Goodyear welt sure comfort . with self straps . Flesh,
soles. Cuban heels. B, C and D widths. ... ~. , c . '.
Sizes 4 to 8 * orchid, white, peach. Sizes 36 to 42.
DOWN STAIRS STORE DOWN STAIRS STORE
Powdered Crepe de Chine For Women—Misses—Children
Silk Gowns c *“Sf*S £“S b
For Women and Misses
S j 250 just received. New Chinese Parasols in newest styles
a nd colorings. Their vogue is ever increasing. They are
_ , ,__ . . . waterproof.
Cool —* comfortable low g/v
priced. Three things that * A *P A * /0
women look for when purchas
ing gowns. Lace straps and For Children
daintilv lace trimmed bodices A number of parasols to please the smaller folk. Brightly
aauraiy lace tnmmea Doaices. cok)red sty les. One with a doll’s head decorating the top.
White, flesh, peach, orchid and cow * * _
light blue. Sizes 16 and 17. * 50c 75c Jpl Jp1.35 $1.65
DOWN STAIRS STORE DOWN STAIRS STORE
Three Most Popular Sizes
Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs
3x6 -*2.50 6x9 *9
l7r? Pi"! The favorably known and nationally advertised Gold Seal
■ I {if— —~ m\ Congoleum Rugs in many new. patterns. Oriental, Persian
/ « W and carpet effects. Congoleum Rugs are resilient, do not
I n>- ■. miDiq ttract dust and dirt, easily cleaned. - ; t
When you purchase Gold Seal Congoleum you get a rug
that is durable —a rug that will give splendid and satis
factory service and a rug that livens up the appearance of
the room where placed.
/ DOWN STAIRS STORE
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I SLIP COVERS
Tailor-Made to Fit Your Furniture
AT SPECIAL CUT PRICES
of yards of beautiful slip «,»„ materials to be closed
out at practically eoat prl»«. Genuine Belgian Ginens. Damask and
other attractive dnstproof coverings. Sacrificed for <iuick clearance.
3-Pc. Parlor or {T* “t £\
Living Room Suites agsl|p! AX U
Tapestries, Velours and SUk Materials at practically cost to all
customers.
J[ American upholstery co. ]
t\ 627 F St. N.W. J.TZm'SS.TI.SS Phone Main 8139

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