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BANK SCANDAL HITS
SOCIALIST LEADERS
Prominent Berlin Officials
Said to Be Involved in
Loans to Promoters.
by tin* Associated I’ress.
BERLIN, January s.—Disclosures
Involving: leading' present and for
mer Socialist members of the central
and Prussian governments are expect
ed to be forthcoming from the in
vestiga-tjion of the Prussian PJtate
Bank’s extension of unlimited credits
to half a dozen obscure industrial and
financial promoters, all of whom are
said to have maintained intimate so
cial and even business relations with
t tie members of the Socialist party
in and out of office.
The four Karmat brothers, who are
being detained until the state’s at
torney has completed his investiga
tion of their transactions with the
Prussian State Bank, are being open
ly referred to as the financial backers
of the Socialist party since 1921. Sev
eral of the papers make serious
charges with reference to government
oontfacts and food deliveries from
Holland.
lie ill a nil Police Head Unit.
Thf Tageldatt and other liberal
newspapers demand the \ (limitary re
tirement of Wilhelm Richter, the
Socialist police prefect of Berlin, who
is reported to have been on more
than a “chummy” footing with the
I! arm at s. The latter, as now revealed
Barmats. The latter, as now revealed,
have struck up an intimate acquaint
ance with other Socialist leaders in
official positions.
The Nationalist party are deter
mined to make p6IS-«1cal capital out of
the incident and are planning the
introduction of motions in the Reich
stag and the Prussian diet next
week, demanding a parliamentary in
vestigation of Socialist connection
with the far-flung post-war opera
tions of the Barmats, whose head
quarters is in Amsterdam, and other
alien promoters who owe their finan
cial ascendency to the- generosity of
the accommodations extended to them
by the Prussian litate Bank.
l.nnm-il I’sMsil Funds.
The Barmats are indebted to this
bank to the amount of 12,000,000
marks, out of 40,000,000 they have
outstanding. The federal ministry
of posts and telegraphs loaned them
14,000,000 from government funds,
which it is stated, is amply covered.
The government’s credits are de
fended on the ground that the min
istry of posts was forced to cover
deficits by loaning out its idle capi
tal to large borrowers. The Federal
Insurance Bureau also loaned the
Barmats several million marks.
WEDDED BY PHONE, 2.000
MILES APART, DIVORCED
Mrs. Helen Keller of Texas, Long-
Distance Bride of Two Years
Ago, Gets Decree.
By tlie Associated Press.
FORT WORTH, Tex., January 5.
Mrs. Helen Keller, 19, "long distance
telephone bride,” was granted a di
vorce by Judge Lattimer from Wil
liam Horace Keller, 20.
Two thousand miles have separated
the couple before and since their
wedding.
The marriage ceremony was con
ducted by telephone May 3, 1923, with
Keller in Bremerton, Wash., and Miss
Helen Leona Satterwhite in Fort
Worth. Through arrangement with
the telephone company, a line of more
than 4,000 miles of wire was linked
up between the two places. The line
was routed through St. Louis, Chi
cago, Denver, San Francisco and Se
attle.
TOWNER DENIES RUMORS.
Governor of Porto Rico Has Ho
Desire to Resign.
SAN JTTAN, Porto Rico, January 4.
Repeated press dispatches received
from the I’nited States to the effect
that Horace M. Towner, Governor of
Porto Rico, had indicated a desire to
retire at an early date yesterday
again met with emphatic denial on
the part of Mr. Towner.
The governor said that never at
any time, to any one, had he ever
expressed a desire to give up his post
and that he had no intention of
resigning. He will visit Washington
about January 15 to attend to govern
ment matters pending there and will
return to Porto Rico for the session
of the legislature which begins
February 8.
f-’-LAI - 2 2_. _ :
Manor Park, D. C.
On 14th St. Car Line
3—2-story, 6-room and bath homes
$9,000 to SII,OOO
Built by
Little & Marshall
For Sale by
Terrell & Little, Inc.
1205 18th St. N.W. Main 3285
When You
Feel aWh&>
Cold
Com- If %S\
Take’S^^yjjik
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fßmm® 1
I Quinine f
r ;.2r
*%. tablets
to work off the cause and to
fortify the system against
an attack of Grip or Influ
enza, A Safe and Proven
Remedy. Price 30c.
The box bears this signature
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Film Edition Peter Pan A B How much real value stands back of the securities
Wooimmru & tuothrop
Washington Ur ° producUon now beinß shown ,n _ _ _ . . . 4 _ y ** Published in co-operation with
Book section. Fourth floor. See Our Other Advertisement, Page J 6. the better business bureau
/-«f o t Tub Silk Slips Dainty Colored Linen
January Clearance bales Janmry « Home Frocks
Offer These Savings in Winter Apparel Price rfrfh January
C°fts Reduced Dresses Reduced $3*45 /tIA Sp *™ /V&\
Hudson Seal (dyed Muskrat) Coat, hand- J i l\ \ 0/ f _/
somely trimmed with skunk, 48-inch 1 O C A _„ J ? "IQ Cf\ // l\\ hi*
Hudson Seal (dyed Muskrat) Coat, with fine 'lhe season’s most favored styles arc ill- tive S colors: / j ffl fl \ \ This price is espe- jHh’-M
collar, cuffs and border of brown fox, 45-inch eluded in this reduced group of Silk and flesh, white, tan and jhf I\\ cially low for attrac- Lj | .
Icngtll $350 Wool Dresses. Slim, straightline and tiered black. These are | live dresses of plain hj I f
Iludson Seal (dyed Muskrat) Coat, large models of satin, faille and satin-back crepe, Cicely'” ailore<Twith I pretty striped linen |T jj%
ftnn d ’ b Ut fu y fur trimmed and button trimmed, in all the deeo > bin hem and —for home and in- jj i|^
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Hudson Seal (dyed Muskrat) Coat, collar and black _ A f ew attractive styles in wool and der, youthful models, f f I | i
cuffs trimmed in viatka squirrel, 3U inches, $395 -V 1 b so muc h desired, ill |§ ' l
Hudson Seal (dyed Muskrat) Coat, with fine col- PoilgCttC Slips P *L r tailored ifgj V\
lar and cuffs of dyed litch, 50 inches .$395 Special, $1.95 1 laundfr well Trim- P
Hudson Seal (dyed Muskrat) Coat, with a smart rlighCF I HCCu UfCSSCS Pongette slips are I I / ming of hand drawn 1
puff Sl eeve, o°"ar and cuffs of Kolinsky. $495 Reduced tO $47.50
Jars and cuffs of viatka squirrel and'Tox'niost Almost all one-of-a-kind models from the Better Deep bem fllet e dge are shrimp orchid V \
attraettve models .. Fr ° ck ~ b - ded f orgettes, top Pin white only. B U tan, blue and V \
satins, satin crepes, failles and novelty woolen unite. lj \ v .
Black Caracul Coat, smartly trimmed with collar fabrics. Distinctive models that will lend a dis- t Frock SfCtioB ’ Thlr ' l
and large cuffs of viatka squirrel SBSO tinctive air to the wearer. Sizes 36 to 44. | Sateen Slips, 95c
Fur Coat Section, Third floor. Women’s Dresa Section, Third floor. ~ .. v . « • •
Excellent sateen slips, filet trimmed, 2-inch .
Ensemble Costumes Fine Winter Coats hems. White only. Maids Apron Sets
Individual inodel costume ensembles, mostly fabrics, with that beautiful tailoring and fine 4 0 'IT C 11' ZSpeClQl
one of a kind, including a smartly fur-trimmed workmanship that stamps a coat ultra-sash- -4 ODCCIQI jQnuar\ r oelllllg Dninfv rrisn sets nf firm mialitv whito lawn
coat and a separate matching frock of self mate- ionable. The collars, cuff sand often wide borders r -, „ , fr , . ° Damty, ensp sets Ot fine quality white lawn.
rial or bengaline. Beautiful distinctive models. are enriched with handsome furs-Beaver, Opos- Charmeusettc bloomers, offered in a very Some are plain, others are trimmed with
Sizes 36, 38. 42 and 44. sum, Muskrat and Dyed Fitch. special purchase at an exceptional price. rickrack or have small ruffles of embroid
women’s suit seruon, iTiini floor. women’* coat section. Third floor. Good quality English sateen, strongly made, cry. For the maid or the busy housewife,
- - ■■■■ ■■ i . in ■ . i and finished with a shirred cuff. Black, a fresh supply always assures a dainty
gray, navy and tan shades. appearance.
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January Sale Prices on Girdles, Corsets
and Brassieres Bring Striking Economies f |\.
In January we take drastic reductions on some of our very best models in Corsets
and Brassieres —Lily of France, Modart, Madame Irene, Woodthrop and others —and
offer values that are really surprising. Come in tomorrow and be convinced that this is I J$\SS2rT I I \
the most opportune time of the whole year to fill your Corset and Brassiere needs.
500 Brassieres and Bandeaux Front and Back Laced Corsets \
Reduced, 45c, 95c, $1.35 Reduced, $3.75, $6.75, $8.75
A wonderful lot ot fine brassieres, including Good models in fine silk and mercerized broches g
tamoiiH makes as Lien-Jolie, Natures and silk brocades, with surgical elastics, in low
Rival and the Debevoise. tQ p ) topless, medium and long styles and the
Satin and silk brocades and long trecos in popular laceless girdle with alternating sections f p
medium and long line models satin stripe of strong webbing; Not all sizes in any one L
batiste elastic insets, 45c. style but a full range of sizes in the lot. i :«ftWsSlr
Silk figured batiste in long models, heavy satin n TL n J • r- Jf T Os
bandeaux lace trimmed, medium length, 95c. Ktlbbef KCuUCing (jirdlCS I 3,fill 2i PV j3,lf
Treco brassieres in medium length, 95c. Special, $3.75 ’JtftmSSr
Beautiful silk striped poplin brassieres, fine A most sncces^al rrduc! „ g gi rd l e of fine Para T ,
rXeeH ,o ll k rubber, front clasp model®laced in the back, I fn f?n C %
co d Jt C sectJn Third floor. sizes 24 to 32, offered at this unusual price. XX Jl X X JjsF
TT fZ Z IT Z ~ .. > At Special Low Prices
U1 JL/I UvdvivU- Vvl V vID You may have the charm of a well appointed table and the pleasure of using
f y y CO CZf\ t^le nest T ua^t y» snowy white linens, at a great saving, if you make your se-
I \T r\ tn lection now. An unusual opportunity is offered you in these January Sales
VJi wC4^l f±J X IvUUvvU’ Lvy to select remarkably fine staple and fancy linens from the tremendous Wood
ward & Lothrop stocks at decidedly low prices.
Lovely Velvet Brocades and Velvet Broches, on chiffon and voile, in an exceptional range ' .
of afternoon and evening shades, and in a wide choice of designs at a price appreciably 13 -piece Madeira Linen Luncheon Sets Hemstitched Damask Tablecloths, 70xr0
lower than you would ordinarily pay for materials of such hne quality. 24x24 Center, 6 10-inch and 6 6-inch Doilies January Price, $7.95
January Price, $5.75 _ ~_. '., , ,
Imported Plaid Velutina Black Chiffon Velvet 5 - P iece Madeira Linen Bridge Sets ' m u anls| nd 2x2/ ‘
<ta ’ D 4 J * C/f cn 56x36 Cloth, 4 13x13 Napkins ’ n CCS, 44 ad Jh
Keaucea to yo Keducea to January Price, $9 Pure Li nen Pillowcases, Size 22^x36
beautiful fabric, used to make the smartest of very nice quality which will wear well—the , -» T , . . ... January Price, $3 Pair
sports and street frocks. A good selection of the price is extremely low. Madeira Napkins, beautifully embroidered
desired street shades. The patterns are very January Price, $6.95 Dozen 18x34 Part-linen Huckaback Towels, Hemmed
cftectnc Novelty Rayon and Silk Crepes Mirador Linen Napkins, 13x13 inch January Price, $3 Dozen
Black Chiffon Velvet Reduced to s3*so January Price, $3.50 Dozen Wlffte Tinkish Bath Towels
Reduced to $7.50 Silk crepes will be very good for Spring. Lovely I John S. Brown and Sons Damask Dinner Sets
A specially fine quality for evening gowns— designs in attractive street shades at an unusual 12 12x18 Doilies, 1 18x45 Center Linen Napkins, satin damask border, size 15x15
lustrous, silky and elegant. price for such quality. January Price, $8 January Price, $3 Dozen
xt p ,• it/# c ’ I r» / Pure Waffle Linen Tablecloths, 63x63 Linen Napkins, fine quality, size 18x18 A
Very Exceptional Value Special Purchase January Price, $3 each January Price; $3 Dozen
T—T a c Afll Italian Embroidered Linen Luncheon-Sets 300 Dozen Linen Napkins, 20x20 size
oanasome OrOCuiClwQ \jrcpcs 18x50 Runner, 12*12x18 Dollies January Price, $5 Dozen
C *tt nr January Price, sl2^o
OpCClclily j) | tt j a t*., . T u C . 300 Dozen Linen Napkins, 18x18 and 20x20
Priced j . Kc e C nSfr2 m iMB D , o U ,'f s " tt Luncheon Stt! January Prices, $6 and $7.50 Dozen
Lovely satin brocaded crepes in several new and effective patterns, In black and smart January Price, $lB Double Damask Tablecloths, Matching Napkins
street shades and appropriate evening colors. Double Damask Tablecloths, 2x2 yards Ii nu ? r Z tj 2 ] ar t n' 2x2 z
stik section, second floor. \ Tanuarv Price, $6 each Yards,slUJ 2x3 Yards,
Lin«n * Napkins, 22x22; $lO Dozen
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THE -EVENING STAR, TVASHTNOTOTT, U. U, WONDAT, amnTA’RT 3, 1923.
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