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AUTO PRODUCTION SHOWS INCREASE 1922 Figures 89 Per Cent Higher Than Those of Previous Year. \ Product ion of motor vehicles in the j t. <1 Stall ; Slap. (1 a . .... .-1.;,. k last I . ;ir aft I r a slump in P*2l and reached ii'-u p-.uik. Till value of thi- in- j oi.il of I r.::.227,''7 1, according to ;tgurcs in fin- bienni: I census of man- i nfaclnrors. announced today by tin- J la 1 . • osi titr*'- times :1 • iiumljiT of closed passenger au- ! (I an j outtmt of i. ll l■ I . , rn-Viircfs, such as .«ior lot-.--.-, sight-seeing wagons 1 anti .'M' . >■ .ittjfoil lit. \ .air's lio- | v-H*-imi*n l s. I cwcr I Nt:il>Sivhf>. » ,«s «I with • ‘'T in i!»2I. Mifli .i::. u it !• I :,ts. Lm 1 i Hi»* nnintrv. ui;i;o iTin b .tl IT.; II- j Indi.ina jmul NVw York. :?ij j 2 .. W is* on in. . *. .. Massachusetts, * ■ i • taled :: ' - : '* ■* J lil ' : -v; 2 jH-r 1 nu;* r * \ • ;m*i s fra in I 2«». J. • I . : *2.27 7. >•»•».u \♦; un ,| * r< > i • ; 102,1U5. ' Open 5 . iirin:; < :ir> l,r:i*l. £• vur:t l < • > 2. 7 ‘* ’•. u hi! I•ub 1 n • ••*•ri \ • > - j • i nos n u mix-re*] P2.'7s. «*i tli I.um n. v. iii. l. s. «!•• 1 iv* r\ wagons num- j t T :;r k s L 2.21. of 1 Mrlurh t!i I'li*:- mirnlu-r w * r** from iarn.l».-r »• from ,*m»l i.. .P.! J " i. •• I. ll* ;* Hass lu i:m the only up the nuini.t r was 1 1.2.17 ENOS ILLNESS WITH SHOT. Litntit tho insan« was found V. -j. r.h.y l.\ lbs wit.- ill lho third hull* I ti • 1 .1 ni- Ik ad. (V*ron» i ; Hour had «>*•• n in ill health for sev eral months. i'-oia- was a native of '■larfiiisi'iirK. \\\ Va. was a coal liner at Krusfhiirs; at on*- tmu-. He, : «.l 1..-.*n :i tivv in Kepii blioan politics.- • >}\ and two daii-i kms. im-hiding: Mrs. |||j Ait H ranch Store Established in l ( >00 || l & L A Special Lot of j I I * NEW FALL DRESSES | Jli « CREDIT | IfJ I w About 225 Crepe, Satin || ; J f/ | / and Cliannecn Dresses, in A 3 iSfl all tlie newest Fall and || i.l V ' | Winter effects. VO C K j DON’T HAVE TO HAVE | A L L C A SIT: Y O U R | II J —7l CREDIT IS GOOD!!!! I y ®24‘ so I I % „ „ I For Women I FALL & WINTER CO A TS | ft ON CREDIT I No mailer what style, material or color you have % Ep in mind you can find il here in this wonderful assort- || II menl of Coats. the price is exceptionally low com- p ||| pared with the high quality of the. merchandise; also || || yon have the advantage of buying on easy, convenient j SUITS - Ju I ocoatslrh I ON CREDIT y® i IMjaP I >t Open Until 10 P.M. Saturday 1 M DIES IN WRECKED AUTO AFTER DANCE Youth and Two Others Pinned Un der Car on Rockville Pike Until Rescued. S|.i’< i!il Dispatch lo The Slur ROCK VILLK. Mil., O* tober I". Fmiiunt Duley. years old, was I kiliid in tin- wrick of an automo bile on the Rockville pike near Mont rose short !y iil'li r la.-l midnight. With Mr. and Mrs Joseph Cross, ) flu ley was returning home from a dance when tho auto left the road i and ov. i turned, pinning the occu pants underneath. Friends in other ; autos stepped and rescued them. Mr. land Mr-, (’toss wen* uninjured. I I'u'i \ was hastened lo the Motit ' scni't! County tSeneral Hospital at i f-iiartj Springs, where he died within few minutes :ifter arrival. 1 mley was the son of Richard K. I l>ul \ of I’otoina- . Montgomery i*i riily. .\lr. and Mrs. Cross live at j Potomac. '' * War Memorial Contract Let. -S|ie. .aI Dispatch 111 The Slur. MARTINSBPIit;. \v. Va.. October n». A ract for tho war memorial ‘•i h<* t*» jM-rpituato tho inern • •r\ of Ih-rKi •!* > bounty rm-n and worn* j on who pari iripTit* d in the World Wir has Ijpcii let. The monument will i consist «»f a p’anite shaft resting on I a i'li e of the same material, sur mounted hy a cast hronz* figure of an American soldi* r in action, t >i» eac h iof the four sides of the monument will he u bronze tablet; the one on the front will :»i forth the purpose • of uhe memorial and show the names •»f those whose liv* s were l**st; the cth« i tlire»* will coniftin the names of all.men ar;*l women from the counlv w lio Scived in the \nr\v. Navy or Mariio iHi ps. Tip* im»nunn*nt will i • erected on a plot adjoining t!i i* ni led Siat*' house here. Berlin Helps Its Needy. i;i;i:ux o ti.i.rr m .\ duugim r l. 1 tin lit. lindolf Virchnw. fumnns dr "in in snrvi nii and Inmorurj i-iti/.i-n nf t!•. l upii.il, ln:s li< i n disio\in d In ii living in the utmost poverty. Ti i it y fatiters htivc granted tor a 11 mporary allowatn-. of l’-3 gold marks i a month. Autumn fours — With (In- coming of lite SB m, r.i autiful I hang, taking lj| '.g; Ida. I- in tin* foliage of H m\ the country-side. You'll yj| bn g.di g o;i many trips tizZ _T to j.. • this 1 oautiful side r ±~ of natiiri and naturally : gp you'll wan* to choose iio* •jF§* best roads. Take along SSV an Automobile Hlu. Book g.fT and ♦ ii joy tin- trip as well 3J| fS3 as the scenery. Blue Book rout s are always ;-g|| a Util -title there's never IBs 1 g Price, 53.00 i The National Remembrance Shop K| Tftl (Mr. Foster's Shop) ■ m 14th Street «--•“••••■ m ! from I'a. \u. ; \i*i> ir-ai r«. \vp, THE RVEKINO STAR. WASHTNUTOX. I). C.. FRIDAY. OCTOBEK 10, 1!)24. Auto Runs Over Boy Hidden Under Leaves By His Companions Special Dispatch lo The Star. V PAUKERSBUUCI, \V. Va.. October 10. —Paul Hup, 8 years old, was In- I Jured by au automobile driven by Dr. i VV. J. Judy on West Virginia avenue yesterday. Boys were playing hide- 4 and-seek and companions covered j Hupp with leaves in (he middle nf I the street. The physician's car was j driven over the pile, the boy being I invisible. His collarbone and shoul- j derbone were broken. Darwin, aged 14, son of Walter Smith, was instantly killed when struck by an automobile in front of * 111 - " 1 "■ "" , '" ■■ ■ 1 11 ———- —— 51Z^rQR~^^N Ur y! bnLajn-e VolwuJ~ 1 I \(I .i‘ . 1 \ 'fizz Fur-Trimmed Coats for Every Type s>|Q.so \ot only do zee pride ourselves on presenting perfect replicas of the mode — k M zee lake further pleasure in dressing the smart zeoman as best befits her type. FOR WOMEN wearing regular or larger sizes. FOR MISSES, swagger sport styles and slender. FOR LITTLE WOMEN youthful styles that arc handsome silk lined coats in wrappy styles or tubc-likc straightline coats, a bit more daring in the bright colors nevertheless dignified as well. Specially designed to and slender. Trimmed lavishly with the smart smooth and combinations they display. Recklessly extravagant lit the woman of smaller proportions and to satisfy her , . . . . • i r- i so it would seem in the rich fur trimmings at collar. , • , , . x . furs, such as muskrat, mink marmot, squirrel. French Cl , . , ~ . *, n desire lor something decidedly smart. Croats rich in ’ ’ cuff and sometimes hem. Sizes In to zlf. 7 ' seal and caracul. Sizes 36 to 42 and 42 to 52. , Sf .,. on<l Klpor Xhe n ,. lilt . „ fabric and the fur trimmings used. Sizes 14V> to 20 1 2 - ou P q M' s c° nt(> T ew 001 / rocks 'm Tailored as usual, hut not the usual j I j j ■I \ \\ tailoring. Frocks that seem almost pj / ] : j | / j r \ \l\ custom-made in their attention to the fi J X ■ U/| Ii IB; \ N * WpeM all-important little tilings. P £=£=: :r :::: :: : |j r n ; #7/ / / j f *if/ 3 I » • jj |jT :: : : '± I n tllcrn . the nnu twill doth .so rx- I: ; I \ ■• r| I I !I!II: i I!!! j|! 11 rrplivnally smooth, and gay-rolnrrd '■ j! ■ \ i rV^Vi i\f \ .I'.II flannels arc the most popular fabrics. kiii.—H'i ft-' A 11/ . J ,r::: 1 1 - :;:; • [ "Blue dyed Toy fi Those of twill -are in navy, black or ipi iI; Mj} c/OCW-l ■■■■/: -: f j brown, brightened by an occasional [ > J' -1 -; |: ;[3 touch of color. The flannels arc a 'j;' TT' _ riotous mass of color, particularly n . . ~ Fox OCariS [T whenstnped. The plain colored and T[ ifegS DODDy , j I if plaid flannels seem to favor woodsy \| I Purchased Specially I L\ browns and tans. Styles innumer- j j , Collars Make Sweater '° SeU at ■ M, ablc in sizcs 16 to 4Z UjJ Coal .V Doubly Smart ‘Second Floor, Tfle Uccht Co.) fjfr grasps I "Iris' Shoes-Always Smart . cinnamon brown tox, . 1 , , . . 1 . • price. Os brushed wool and gray platmum < Specially designed to Sil See them in black satin, in tan, gray, Lanvin sea,. Whole skins bring new fashions to you •sJkJ velvet, suede, patent or green, rust and powder with handsome head, at the lowest possible A J tan calf. High or low blue. Trimmed with paws and bca ul l fu 1 price> beds. contrasting borders. brushy tail. 'fifth noor, th,* uccht c» • Sizes 36 to 44 iHccond Kloor. The H-cht i o 1 ‘ ' ' Full - fashioned si I k # n j c blouses' of chenille hose with the Phoenix fM] if C Jd n °dk ' bro- Havana, boul gray, jack JL ws • pccially popular. Eith an?bl’aek. riental PeaH . F StreCt Uh t'ot ort (Fifth Floor, The Hecht Co.) ♦♦♦ . * <Second F,oor ' The Hecht Co ) « v [ Hie Old Hag Tavern, three miles from ! Terra Alta. . Ju crossing the road the boy failed to notice the approach of the car. Nicaragua Liberal Leads. MANAGUA, Nicaragua, October 9. Preliminary returns from 3,58 pro- I clncts out of a total of 538 in the | presidential election held last ou.-i- , I day give Carlos Solorzano, Diberal j Nationalist candidate. 32,654; Kmill j ano Chamorro, Conservative, 21.715, and Louis Kelipe* Corea. Liberal Ke ; publican. 6,330. Due to local dis- I turbances. martial law continues in i j force. I One-fourth of the farms in Aline- i sola are operated by tenants. G. 0. P. LABOR RECORD DEFENDED IN SPEECH Secretary Davis Tells Cumberland i Crowd Benefits of Immi gration Law. i Special Dispatch to The Star. CUMBERLAND, Md., October 10.— I Secretary James .1. Davis of Presi -1 dent’s Coolidge’s Cabinet in an ad dress here last night defended the labor record of tho Republican party, I He declared that restricted immigra tion enacted through its efforts was j made to protect the man who toils. "The workingman, whether he is native horn or of foreign birth, prof- j its directly by thi slegislation, for without that legislation. America I i would bo the scene V Ca wild scramble j for Jobs at reduced wages,” he said. i Representative Frederick N. Zihl- j S man. candidate for re-election, dis- 1 I cussed his record In Congress. D. ' Lindley Sloan, who presided, referred j lo Mr. Zlhlman as a faithful public , servant, who sacrificed his material being for his constituents. Secretary Davis was given a large j reception at the Moose Home after I the meeting. He speaks at Fair- : mom, W. Va.. tonight. !GIRL'S DEATH UNSOLVED.: i Body of Danville. Va.. Victim Sent to North Carolina Home. I DANVILLE, Va.. October JO.—The’ j body of Miss Blanche Long, aecom j panied by the parents of the 22-year | old girl who was to have become | the bride of XV, U. Butler of this city today, was sent yesterday back to Se- I niora, N. C.. her former home. The mystery surrounding the death of Miss Long remained unsolved lo- I day. Following an inquest at which j, several witnesses'testified. Coroner J. j K. Taylor announced that In- had sent ; her viscera to Richmond for analysis and that nothing further will be done I until a report from that examination j tins been received. An uncle of th. 1 Kir!. M. C. b,ong, with whom she once ! made her home, is being held by au | thorities pending further investiga ; lion into the cause of her death Plan Armistice Day Event. Bpeeini Dispatch to The Star. I MBKHLANP. Md., October ly j The Armistice day celebration in tit's city on Tuesday, November 11. will be , devoted to brief memorial services at | the courthouse, followed by a ban • nuet and dance in the evening. Plans j were formulated at the- meeting of | Fort Cumberland Post. No. 13, Araer j lean l.egion, for the exercises. There ! will be no parade this year.