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' FOR WATERWAYS
War Department Recom
mendations Before House
Committee Today.
War Department recommendations
for reductions of about $14,200.00<
covering four items in the $53,565,001
rivers and harbors bill reported las:
year were placed before the House
rivers and harbors committee today.
If the proposals are agreed to the
$16,000,000 reported for the inter
eoastal canal along the Gulf of Mexi
co would be cut in half, as woub
the $7,000,000 recommended for a new
breakwater at Los Angeles, while th<
$2,000,000 for the Jamaica Bay project
in New York and $714,000 for deepen
ing the channel at Newport News, Va..
Would be eliminated.
Call mil I'p Soon.
This would reduce the total of the
bill to approximately $38,000,000. The
bill will be called up this month.
The committee considered the rec
ommendations at an executive session
today, but delayed action pending a
report.
A subcommittee consisting of Chair
man Dempsey, Representative Mc-
Duffie, Democrat. Alabama, and Maj.
Gen. Taylor, chief of the Army
engineers, was instructed to confer
with Secretary Weeks on the pro
posed reductions.
SONS OMITTED FROM WILL
Because she ha 3 not heard from
her three sons for 20 years, Mrs.
Mary B. Smith, in her will dated
August 27 last, declares she does not
know their whereabouts and so
makes no provision for them in her
will. She leaves her entire estate to
her daughters, Martha S. Hackett,
Bessie S. Raymond, Cora S. Swann.
Laura S. Shelton apd Lena Smith.
She says the daughters assisted her
In acquiring her property and are
entitled to have it. Mrs. Smith died
Christmas day.
Joseph M. Frank, by his will dated
February 28, 1908, leaves his entire
estate to his wife, Rachel V. Frank.
Mr. Frank died December 30 last.
I I Madame “X” Gold Stripe jjj
Reducing Girdles p/ si ( 7tm n Silk Stockings %
a • , ( . if /2 /v. \\ Do ~o u k now that Gotham Gold UI
A quick, sure, comfortable wav ff A A /I/i VI c. • c-n c* 1•„ , , , ttfli
to reduce waist hips and thighs. II *fs>PPsjPP f Stn P e * llk Stockm & s Wll b f 1
Made of the best grade, carefully || ifXljCff'H I to match any given sample at short W
cured rubber with hand-stitched [\ J J // notice without extra charge? 0
• , . , „ , // Are vou using the Gotham Repair faf
stays and hand-rolled seams. It Wt 1216 FSt // Service? Runs reknitted, pulled |
permits perfect freedom yet gives Yv threads restored, new heels or toes |
firm support. 59.K5,*U.8, and 512.8.,. inserted at nominal charge! |
January Events Gather Momentum! i
Starting slowly because of the storm, but now more active daily! Values such as are in our ®
January Sales are not forgetable in a day. |£J
HIGH LIGHTS |
The Closing Out of All Winter Coats—Women’s and The Great Underwear Sales—lncluding Vanity Fair $
Misses’ Glove Silks! M
The January Sale of Fur Coats and Furs! The Sale of Costume Slips and Silk Petticoats! y
The Sale of Centemeri Kid Gloves! - The Sale of Sorosis Footwear! 0
Do Not Miss Jelleff’s in January I
Centemeri French Kid ~ “
Gloves, $2.25 Pair c '™ e Pric “ . _ H
Regularly f 3.00 and (3.59 W 0111611 S 1* W' 1 rUttmed CeOatS
d Soft Quality French Kid Gloves, kid XT * . L
and suede with two-tone Centemeri , * N> on *y are the fabrics the loveliest of ri
crochet embroidered backs and two pearl the season, but the furs are all selected skins—
clasps. In the bandalette and Elsinore f n , ,ke ever y t king else you get at Jelleff’s —
J styles. In mode, beaver, brown, tan, j/fw t lacked by an established reputation for high
gray and champagne. standards in everything but prices.
Centemeri “Fielder” Kid , <• $75.00 to $87.50 Coat.
y Gloves $2 95 Pair TYW/V $49.75 j
VJIUVCd, 1 ail \ I \ of velvobloom, suedetex. ft
Regularly Priced $4.50 1 \ ' j A \ arabella and veloria. Large collars and cuffs
These are the famous Fielder style. \ \ / wolf, skunk, black fox. viatka and nat
gj Eight - button strap - wrist gloves with s J u *rrel. Collars, cuffs and borders of |
two-tone crochet embroidery. In all K //jfBfRKl marmink and opossum. The colors are n J
sizes and a wide range of colors. All cranberry, hinoki, saddle, dust, penny and
have contrasting gores under clasp. \ black.
r I • pi nr SIIO.OO to $125.00 Coats
Fabric Uloves, ysc / Every Coat in this group is
Regularly SI.OO to $1.85 / elaborately trimmed with fur— v9%s• 953
High-grade Fabric Gloves, consisting / double collars and elbow cuffs Sj
of two-clasp and - wrist / °f sable squirrel, fisher fitch or heaver. Collars, I
models. Both single and double weight. / cuffs and borders and wide front panels of black i
In all the best shades and all sizes. Ex- _«***., f° x * ly nx . baby/kit fox, red fox, blue wolf !
* ceptionally fine value. ar) d wolf. In kashmana, mokine, kash- a
r\r\ i- i • m lg» lora and kashmirdown. Cranberry, cinnabar, I
2>0.0U rabnc Gloves, $1.65 dust, saddle, kaffir green and black. ' j
a 12-button Fabric Gloves, in mode $135.00 to $165.00 Coats
• Sr rt v J* aV ",r th K ! mart , pte “i ed 1l ¥ Lovely Coats of the finest o*oo 7C N
washes beautiful,, y * ? U-fTT fabrics - '" dudi "* kashm ’>' 596.75
j.u.flr*.— str... Kim... T 7 * ma " a - kashmirbloom. kashmana
j \ / and jammuna, with natural wolf, natural penny
j / or black skunk, black lynx collars, cuffs and bor- BS
/ ders. Tuxedo edged collars of sable squirrel,
Madelon Dresses / r shawl collar and cuffs of Jap mink and black lynx
J Style-right Frocks, direct from Paris collars and cuffs of beaver and natural squirrel. f
2 designers. Straightline, tunic, wrap- *n penny, kaffir, rosewood, gray, oxblood and £
around and coat effects—one price, $39.50. black. ' 1
Womeii’n Coats—Second Floor.
Fresh Stocks Added Daily to Our
* Sale of Vanity Fair Silk Underwear *
The entire after-holiday surplus of the great Vanity Fair Silk T~~ ——
N" Mills comes to us in time for our January Sales. Every article Philippine Gowns $1 69
is standard “Vanity Fair’’ quality, but the reductions average 25%. * pj
ij ' —also Envelope Chemise, of fine quality
$1.95 Vanity Fair Silk Vests $4.50 Vanity Fair Step-ins nainsook, hand-scalloped and hand-em-
Vanitv Fair Glove Silk Cl dP Vanitisilk and plain CO QC broidered in solid and eyelet work. Various
xj .. , 51.45 glove silk of Vanity Fair neck lines with strap or built-up shoulders L
V«.ts—m a good range quality. In flesh, white, orchid, up muiucrs. ffi
of sizes—flesh color, orchid, peach, peach, black and navy blue.
whi,e a „d light blue. $5 90 Vanity Fair Bloomer, and Enve ‘ 0 P* Ch ' mi “’ «’ 69
4 A eicn C* * Step-ins —also Nightgowns, of fine nainsook, elab- U
$3 and $3.50 Mep-ms Gloye s;|k Blooniers and orately embroidered yokes in rose and vine
Glove Silk Step-ins in all CO IP Step-ins, made with self patterns in the solid or eyelet work. Some
niain and bound in straps and hemstitched tops, in are handdrawn. Round, square or V neck,
shades p ain and bon din white and flesh color with all the Strap or built-up shoulder $2.69. I
n contrasting colors, m Hesn color. Vanity hair reinforcements in the K 1
white, peach, black and navy blue. making. k 'l
JelleirH—Third Floor. || |
Garbage Removed
Promptly Even if
Snoiv Work Is Slow
While the District street clean
ing department got off to a late
start on concerted snow removal
work, it developed today that the
same department made a\ better
showing in the garbage collec
tion service.
Since the heavy snowfall early
Saturday morning the city has
succeeded in gathering up 85 per
cent of the normal amount of gar
bage. The ash carts also have
been kept going as rapidly as pos
sible In view of the condition of
the streets.
The garbage collections have
been as follows: Friday, 138 tons
collected; Saturday, 191 tons; Sun
day, 202 tons; Monday, 221 tons.
Reports from New York state
that no garbage has been collected
there for three days.
I. C. C. INDEPENDENT
IN RAIL VALUATIONS
Supreme Court Holds Its Tentative
Appraisements Not Subject
to Review.
Tentative valuations of railroads as
made by th-» Interstate Commerce
Commission are not subject to review
by the courts prior to being made
final, the Supreme Court declared yes
terday in an opinion delivered by Jus
tice Slcßej nolds in a case brought by
the Delaware and Hudson Co.
The railro-.d sought modification of
the tentative valuation placed upon
its property by the commission. The
court explained that the "tentative
valuation” was no more than an ex
parte appraisement without probative
effect, and that the carrier was au
thorized to make a protest to the
commission before the valuation be
came final.
The railroad had made such pro
tests and was awaiting action there,
said Justice Mcßeynolds, adding that
no showing had been made to prove
that the commission had wilfully dis
regarded the law, failed to proceed In
an orderly manner, or would nflt pass
upon all the matters set forth in the
protest.
THE EVENING STAB. WASHTNGTOK, P. C„ TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1925.
WILL MAP OUT PLAN
FOR D. C. LEGISLATION
,
Senate and House District Com
mittees to Hold Joint Session
Tomorrow Morning.
A general plan of legislation for
the District of Columbia at the pres
ent session of Congress will be map
ped out at a joint session of the
Senate and House District committees
tomorrow morning.
Special joint subcommittees on
three important measures will be ap
pointed, it is expected. These bills
are the proposed rent act, the bill
proposing a merger of the street rail
ways and the bill for a five-year
school building program. A joint
subcommittee already has been ap
pointed to handle the so-called Dis
trict pubtic welfare bill. That sub
committee is to meet Thursday morn
ing.
It is hoped the Joint committee
i meeting tomorrow will result in co-
I operation on the part of both houses
1
(f / ii 43 Connecticut Avenue
Final Reductions
on
All Winter Hats
Prices Now $5 to sls
Also shows n'tw arrivals in smart Satin and Felt
Hats for now and for Southern wear.
:
1 ■ w
of Congress to expedite the legisla
tion considered of greatest lmpor- C
tance to the District. Lists of those a
bills which have already passed the
Senate and await action in the
House and of those bills which have
passed the House and await action in
the Senate will be prepared for the
use of the joint committee meeting.
WILL NAME D. C. JUDGES.
Stone to Act Despite Elevation to
Highest Bench.
While the President, it was in
, dicated, is not ready to announce the
names of the Police and Juvenile
Court appointees here, It was said
1 the appointment of Attorney General
Stone to the supreme bench would
J not delay them any further than they
I would take in the natural course of
events. The Attorney General. It Is
• said, is working on the appointments
as well as the appointments of other
Judges In other parts of the country
and would probably make his recom
mendations before he is confirmed
by the Senate. It is probable that
the decision on the Jocal appoint:
ments will be made in a short time.
Before Yon Invest Investigate.
Lansburgh & Brd.
7th Thru to Bth to E FAMOUS FOR QUALITY SINCE 1860 Phone Franklin 7400
'v . . ' . . - *• 1 %
Spring-Like Hats for Immediate Wear
The indefinable some- Made of Canton crepe,
thing that is chic! Some- |J=* tlons^strlw' v “* a ;
MEpppSgßv times it is a flower [L*. felt ’and straw. In a
placed at just the right 1 *jj variety of styles^and
or a combination of col ’ youth \ '* ’S/')
V \ u/ Y ors—every hat has acer- l— ■ with large head sizes. f\ ** ' ,
no • Q /On tain distinction of style. All new colors. . n
htJtZAts SECOND FLOOR, LANSBURGH k BRO. JzUs QtfxAxr- ZUf*£&**V'
Values That Are Astounding—ln the January j| (jrTOlip Os
Sale of Fur Coats New Coats
mm Featured Tomorrow at an Amazingly Low
$98.50
Regularly $125, and so Very S4B %a !
Ilk"a $S9M ' s6Sjo ° and S69M Would
(dyed rabbit) accentuated by The sort of coats that you may
collars and cuffs of natural wear for several seasons, assured
or beige squirrel, or jaunty of their being correct to the last
muskrat—coats that are so detail. Made of the finer suede
smartly styled that they im- fabrics and with collars, cuffs and
press one as being worth many novel trimmings of squir- jjBCWMjR|'
times this price. 48 rel, beaver, fox, wolf, marmink or
$595 Siberian Squirrel ors, as well as plenty of blacks
$179.50 Sealine Coats, $55 and $59.50 —now S3B ||l
$195 Marmot Coat, $165. Coats usually $35 Hllm
$195 Sealine Coat, skunk and $39.75 —now ...
$250 Sealine Coats, beige Sports Coats usu- ... 0 —* 7L\ V—
squirrel trimmed, $179.50. I! ally $25 to $29.75... . SplO U
SECOND FLOOR a SECOND FLOOR W Nm
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Fashion’s Favorites—January Silk Sale
The most popular of silks for every occasion—from the most correct of tailored frocks to the full formality of
evening—at prices every budget can include.
40-inch Flat Crepe and 40-inch All Silk 36-inch Smart Costume
Crepe de Chine Black Chiffon Velvet Velveteen
$1.98 $3.98 $2.00
Regularly $2.25 Yd. Regularly $5.50 Yd. Regularly $2.50 Yd.
There are thirty-five light and This deep pile fabric with a A durable quality of fast pile and
dark shades to choose from. Lus- supple chiffon finish is most effec- color. In seal, havana, garnet, navy,
trous, heavy qualities suitable for tive for afternoon and evening black and a variety of other desirable
dresses or lingerie. gowns. A rich black. shades.
THIRD FLOOR, LANSBURGH k BRO.
i—^ — ><>>o
Nemo Corsets | CLEARANCE!
That Sold for $5.00 and $6 £0 T n . j n , ,
Light Cut and Decorated
Cl /V SiA
Models that we are discontinuing to make way for ▼ ▼ -L
new' stocks —and are, therefore, selling at this surpris
ingly low price.
Low bust styles of coutil, with long or medium M**/ Sets ' J m ■ Mnvnnnni*,
hipline, heavily boned. In flesh and white. Zl "7r
THIRD FLOOR, LANSBURGH k BRO. Bulb Bowls M „ Sugar and Creams
Men’s Pajamas If «If Dainty, attractive I
of Warm Flannelette [if f greatly'to’’the'posing
"I r\ m L B I appearance of your table.
I >t ) / iJR f | I Such values are possible
,tT r. • • Iftf S m I only on these rare occa-
Cold nights make the comfort-giving qualities of these mis if pi I _• r> , ,
well made Pajamas doubly welcome. Sl ° nS - Be sur e to Select
All silk-frog trimmed, accujpately cut, full size and j promptly,
more than full value. Z
MEN'S SHOP, STREET FLOOR ♦ SIXTH FLOOR, LANSBURGH k BRO.
»<*»♦ " . i .1 ■ ' ■ ....... i >OOP
January Sale of Housewares
Comes Fraught With Value Giving Opportunities in Needs Practical
Food Chopper, that White Enamel Med- Rid - Jid Folding Six Household
may be adjusted to Casseroles, of brown icine Cabinet, size 14x Ironing Table, stands Brushes, for toilet
cut fine or earthenware, mounted 18, with glass sturdily and is not bowl, clothes, vege
coarse. Fam- SI 49 in nickel * SI 19 mirror, and $4 95 prone to 95 table’s, bottles AQr>
ily size plated frame roomy shelves wobble.. and refrigerator DVC
SIXTH FLOOR, LANSBURGH k BRO.

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