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HEADS NORTHEAST CITIZENS 30 YEARS Ev#n H. Tucker Re-Elected ior Thirty-First Time at Meeting Last Night. TJlirty years aen Kvan 11 Turkey wal elected I<> the presidency of the NoA beast Washington Citizens' Asso eia llion. Since then tu* lias orru i'.i« (hat office continuously. miss ing. attendance at but our meet iiglin (bat period Hast night at a il<?eting <>f the association in llic I.inflow School, Sixth ami 'I streets t ort beast, he was re-elected unan imously for the thirty-first lime. AH of the incumbent ollieers of the asso ciation were unanimously re-elected and live additional -members were added to the executive committee. Dr. Starr Parson, who lias served the organization as second vice presi dent for more than 20 tears, was also re-elccled. Olliers chosen were: First vice president. It. 1,. I). Walter; recording seeretary. tJeorpro H. Asch enbaeh; financial secretary. Itoseoe Jenkins: treasurer. Samuel Thomas. The executive committee, beside the ollieers of the association, includes K. I- Pasted. W. it l,ang. Kugetie S. Thomas. 1. U. tjerrnan and Kihvanl Jl, Parker. The live last named will he chairmen of the standing eommit t. es. \>'.k t.apbnge ( orreelion. The practice of removing useless r- fuse from the various dumps in the northeast section jia- scored and the matter was placed in the hands of the health and sanitation com mittee for adjustment with the Com missioners. it was pointed out that a great quantity of this material is carried back into the city only to be removed a second time, en tailing double hauling in addition to the dissemination of disease. Congestion of frallic at Thirteenth end I* streets northeast! caused by the parking of automobiles along the cruh and street ears in the middle of the street, will he brought to the attention of the Traffic- Bureau and an effort made to have the street Kept open for traf fic. The association also requests the officials to place proper lighting faeili t’es in an alley south of Seventh street between Maryland avenue and C street. Oppose* One-tlan- Car... Because a large number of men may be thrown out of employment if the proposed adoption of additional one man ears is put into operation, the association voted to oppose this step. It was also voted to oppose any plan which had for its purpose the disposal of the Industrial Home School. Dis- . mission brought out the fact that there 1~ a possibility of reviving the National Junior Republic, and fear was ex pressed that the two schemes. may be linked together. Praise was given to tin* idea of the Junior Republic,- but it ' t Lansburch & Brd. 418-30 7th St. N.W.—Thru to Bth FAMOUS FOR QUALITY SINCE 1860 Phone Franklin 7400 Draperies and Floor Coverings —offer many attractive values and practical suggestions for those who will add to the beauty of the home for Fall and Winter. So great is the variety of new things that one can hardly fail to get some good inspiration on our Fifth Floor. GRENADINE RUFFLED CURTAINS, with valance and tie back. Colored dot effects, in blue RUFFLED CURTAINS, with tie back, (J^"| good quality, 2*4 yards long. Pair *(?-*-• * *-* HEAVY 31-INCH CRETONNES, of a CTQ quality that usually sells for 75c. Special, yd., 50-IN. SUNFAST RAYON FABRICS, in a wonderful choice of new shades. Yd., 300 DAMASK TABLE RUNNERS, size PA 12x48. Many tapestry runners included. Each, OvFL SUNFAST TAFFETA FINISH POP- KIRSCH BLUE SEAL CURTAIN LIN. in choice of 6 colors. 50-iu. wide. Yd.. RODS that do not sag. Known everywhere. Ip In striped effects. $5.25 yard. # Set 1 | 1,000 Yds. of Our $1.59 Inlaid L In Irregular (to ”| AA Every piece is large enough for an ordinary room, and the qualities are excellent. A mighty good time to save on quality floor coverings. A wide choice of good patterns to fill all room needs. ; 6x9 AXMINSTER RUGS, in a good range of patterns for the O QJ small bedroom. Each.... # # 'MM’ 0 400 HEAVY RAG RUGS, in oblong il I Q Ilf /r/ll^l^lf shape. Size 27x54. Excep- /\r| UpoLllllo 111- IfM-li M U tionally low priced <}?-*- NEW RAINBOW RAG RUGS, in AI I Jh/ff'Ml JAA \\7A I? IT charming designs. Sizes (&1 CIO XjLJLj IVMMJL w Lw JL 00 «• XX VX_i/ 27x34 and 24x48. Each NEW OVAL RAG RUGS, brand-new ~ Au , wcek w f«- having a factory to give you - 0 17 ~ n rwinformation as to the uses and care of aluminum ware. Take and* 18x36*. Each SI.OO advantage of this service and of the special prices, too. NEW SPRING STEP RAG RUGS. ; 5 \ 10-in.h junno fie 11 size 20x40. each, $1.50; sizes tf&O HA plates, good, deep 36x50, each. $2: 36x72, each, SO.UU t°o Tert 'ecUon. 29c 9x12 Heavy Seamless 71 1 . Wilton Velvet Rugs =J| jBL | ||jj * MIRRO TEA KKT- MIRRO DOUBLE filigjpo TI.ES. with welded BOILER, with cool hol in ?»OIICI spout and ebonized j low handle. Choice of taupe, sand, gray and rose, in handle, svi- $2.29 I I ‘ qt - s,zc— , ~ ... 1 • (p. size I IV..qt. size. »1,6» heavy quality rugs that have just come in. s-qt. sizp *-.*9 I . -1 2 : qt . size, si.s» Beautiful qualities, excellent values. mirro percoi-a- mirro a-qt. cov -8.3x10.6 Size $62.50 TORS, low shape, with MIRRO OB- ERKD SAUCEPAN, with , _ e '. Ann cn welded spout. d>-| rn MlVi CAKE or» set-in cover and qa 6x9 Size $37.50 s-cup size.... pans o9c hol]ow llan die... oVC 36x63 Size $13.50 27x54 Size SB.OO sixth floor, lansburgh & beo. FIFTH FLOOR. LANSBURGH tc BKO. Life’s Darkest Moment. —BY WEBSTER. IfIWS!®! Ij i I rTTr" upwakp this weeil, sb aovancc? r '\\\ ' i j i AOA'el S ~T 3io 1 y' I I j I | ITf-te 6KAIN A(2 k£T5 wepe C Ij j VMS A !<£«-, LW£ STOCK- VALCI6S G'fHGfi PffARKCTS RgPORTeO ) I | j j | j j ! ruidUfltifll I IlDilfrrmK .iHimiwai.TOiw, j'lili■ till,, ! f was said that District children should be kept nearer to Washington while inhabiting such a school. Hugh Keid and Eugene S. Thomas were ejected to membership. THft EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON. D. C, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1924. Th radio has a great advantage over the lawnmower in the respect that you can get the use of your neighbor's by merely leaving your windows open. "What Is courtesy?" asks the Southern Pacific Bulletin. Wo find a fair definition of it in the diction ary, but not much of it in motordom, says the Houston Post. ftdMMMbftdMb db AdMb Adb AftAAAftA AA A At& A Lansburgh & Brd. 418-30 7th St. N.W.—Thru to Bth FAMOUS FOR QUALITY SINCE 1860 Store News for Wednesday, Oct. 15 * 500 Smart Hats Arrive! and Going Out Tomorrow at . The sort of hat that most every woman is either asking for, or wearing right now —the tricky little hats of velvet that look so much like those shown in fashion magazines. Here are but a few of the outstanding style points of these hats which make them so extraordinary at $3. Lyons Velvet —Close fitting hats with —Large velvet hats with And colors: Penny, —Panne Velvet ostrich trim. rim s, ribbon Brown, Red, Almond, —Velvet-and-Satin -Soft Panne hats with velvet hats richly Wood ’ Sand * Co P en and Metallic-and-Velvet quills and ribbons. embroidered. plenty of Black. SECOND FLOOR, LANSBURGH & BEO. Warm Flannelette Herea Chance to Pajamas and Gowns Improve Your Fig ure I! for Women and Misses We are offering to our women patrons an oppor- There’s the need right now for warmer tunity whereby they can assure themselves of a prop bed wear for nights are long and cool. And . edy COrsetedjgUre it is with a great deal of pride that we an- Miss M. Cannon, an expert nouncc our readiness to supply either gowns corsetiere of the Nemo Hy or pajamas— at an interesting price gienic-Fashion Institute, will I week—and she will give indi / v \\ I 1 vidual attention to every V woman who so wishes. Con- THE NIGHTGOWNS come in regular and ' I sult her about y° ur cor set extra sizes. Made of soft, fleecy flannelette with problem, and let her fit you double yoke back and front—V, round and square A S ißfl with a NEMO CORSET that neck lines finished with fancy braid and hemstitching; Pf* | is designed to meet every also slipover-style gowns of novelty Windsor flannel- 8; * B need of y° ur figure, ette in assorted colors. Sizes 16 to 20. 3 " ur bne °f Nemo Corsets THE PAJAMAS —Smart 2-piece models in a M* S com P lete both * n s *zes and large assortment of styles and colors. Coats with long ® styles. sleeves. Sizes 26 to 44. Servrcp p Prices range from $5 to $lO. TULED FLOOR. LANSBURGH & BRO. CORSET SECTION, THIRD FLOOR. Women s Smart Footwear , $lO FOUR FASHIONABLE STYLES—ECONOMICALLY PRICED L> (1) The Regent Pump. (2) The Sailor Tie, a (3) An Opera Pump in (4) This Smart Pump always a favorite. Tan distinctive new novelty in all patent leather, with in tan Russia calf, is made Russta calf with covered ,i natent Wlt u new cut-out effect and fVI „ . „, . Cuban heel, or black satin leath ® r - Wl * covered Spanish heel. An over the newest and most or patent with Spanish natty grosgram bow and extremely smart version graceful lines. Note the heel. l° w military heel. of the mode. chic full Louis heel. Complete Range of Sizes 2Vz to B—All Widths. $lO • STREET FLOOR, LANSBURGH & BRO. . J I* I I A special price for tomorrow —this velvet regularly sells for $6.00 a yard. An exquisite quality—rich, deep black—every thread pure silk. Full 40 inches wide—ideal for smart gowns and wraps. Buying this velvet at such a price is the thriftiest thing any woman can do. 36-Inch Silk- v 40-Inch Black 40-Inch Pretty Extra'Heavy- Faced Duvetyn Satin Charmeuse Printed Crepes Crepe de Chine $1.79 $1.69 $2.98 $2.25 I » Our $2.00 quality. Silk- Our $2.00 quality. A Beautiful colorings on 40-inch width— and ab faced Duvetyn, the fabric brilliant, lustrous, deep heavy Canton Crepe and solutely every thread beautiful. 25 shades, in- black charmeuse that is Flat Crepes. These pure silk. Firmly woven • eluding burnt russet, tor- just now in great demand weaves and patterns are and an extra heavy toise shell, leather, titian, for distinctive gowns and particularly smart for the weight. Choice of ail wallflower, canna, beaver, smart frocks. One of the. new style tunics, blouses light colors for lingerie, tarragon, pheasant and best silk values' we’ve of- and dresses. Exceptional as well as the darker col many others. sered this season. value. ors for street wear. THIRD FLOOR. LANSBURGH tc BRO. . i *- ' 1 1 i i"