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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, December 20, 1929, Image 43

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CHICAGO I
MARKET CO.
311 7th Street N. W. Nat. 2939
Aero** From Saks on 7th
Friday aid Saturday Specials
STEAKS MS' Lb.
BEEF BOAST l r"£‘ Lb. 1B»
■ m m. ■ Fancy Milk Fed Roaet, B L 41 1 .
WE A L Pocket ( Ro°n«' ** C . * .*f. C ’ 1 f 2*®
BACON sjIX“a,!U.2S«
BUTTER SETS Lb. 43c
LARD Lb. 1
LIVER Lb. He
I Aif I) Tender Chop* ::»e ancy Breait \ "J 1 p I
LAmD^; o^ Stew, Lb.X /2°
Selected Fresh M n.
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CHEESE SsrKS S: Lb. 26c
OYSTERS rME. Quart 57c
COFFEE 29c
Ground Beef ”t~‘ Lb.
Krautsdb. 6c
C A 111 I Fancy Fresh Stock I h oOr
| (I n L 2*/2 to 4 lb. Average ™U ■ 4v*
WESTPHALIAS
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~p On Easy Payments!
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j* coats. All-wool fabric* of the {wflVß| price* were far more than the ■■■l Gr
newr«t pattern* and rolorinr*. jA a*9 iperlal Christmas priee of \l
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THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON. D. C., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1929.
RESCUE PLANES
SEARCH IN LOG
Crosson and Gillam Believed
to Have Reached Siberia,
Seeking Eielson.
B:r the Associated Pres*.
SEATTLE, December 20 (A*). —Two
rescue planes, piloted by Joe Crosson
and Harold Gillam. today were believed
to have reached the northeastern Si
berian mainland to inaugurate a search
for Carl Ben Eielson, noted Arctic
flyer, and his mechanic, Earl Borland.
Crosson and Gillam hopped off yes
terday at Teller, Alaska, for a 500-mtle
flight to the vicinity of North Cape
Siberia, where Eielson and Borland
were last reported November 9.
For an hour and a half the planes of
Crosson and Gillam could be seen from
Teller, fighting their way westward over
the Bering Sea. Far to the west were
fog banks, which the rescue planes
were believed to have passed.
Although several attempts previously
had been made to fly through the
fog and go in search of the lost airmen,
none succeeded. Crosson and Gillam
were the first to break through.
The flyers intended to establish a base
in Siberia, from which rescue planes can
operate more advantageously. The
base will be supplied from the Alaskan
mainland Y planes detailed for that
purpose, which will allow the aircraft
allocated to scout duty to cruise over a
wide area in Siberia. The air distance
from Teller to North Cape Is approxi
mately 500 miles, a flight on which
gasoline consumption is so heavy that
little fuel ordinarily remains for
scouting.
Eielson and Borland dropped from
sight while attempting to reach the fur
trading ship Nanuk.
— ■ ■■■
FOUR DROWNED AS AUTO
FALLS OVER FERRY SIDE
Man, Woman, Two Children Are
Pinned Under Water in
Closed Machine.
By the Aisoeiited PrMi.
MARTINEZ, Cslif.. December 20.
Four persons, a man, a woman and two
children, were drowned at Jersey
Island, near Pittsburgh, when the closed
car they occupied fell from an auto
mobile ferry, trapping them beneath
14 feet of water.
The dead: J. S. Rowen, 55. unmar
ried; Mrs. Sagara. a Japanese woman:
two children of Mrs. Sagara, a daugh
ter, 14, and son. 6.
Rowen ws driving the car. The bodies
were recovered.
East Java’s long drought is elowly
breaking
Faces Murder Trial
h : • : '. JBI
PHILIP LEE,
Country school teacher. Is free on a
bond at Madisonville, Tenn.. following
the slaying of Charles Young, farmer,
who accused Lee of whipping his daugh
ter Ruby. —Associated Press Photo.
IDe Moll & Co. Open Evenings
12th & G Sts. TP I k jl W m I I Until Xmas
• • • • I IMt o Ur • • • •
Christmas Eve.---the Sale Ends
may see for themselves the Instill u love for good music in your little ones; it will enrich their whole lives 11
remarkable value of these
Grand pianos from the instruments on our —what caused the public to flock in to take advan- 1 1
floors which are sold but not delivered. tngC °* it ”~ WM the merchandise offered: 1 1
fromo«d^cZw^lir y^ reaßi S An aeouan-made sior I
trom our descriptive folder which we will r*n a kir\ niAkiA r XL S
gladly mail, if request is made immediately. PIANO lor •• • *r II
This and the unusual conditions of sale made The
What Caused the Tremendous c ??P erarive lhe mort Ul *\ ral p™p“«m» upon
~ which any goods were ever sold.
success of this Cooperative Sale?
w _ ... FOR THE LAST TIME ...
We can say without reserve that tins Cooperative // ■ pi -//
Sale has been the most successful piano sale we have vOOpcrdtlVC r Ifln
ever had. ’When we tell you that there were days Each purchaser of one of these Aeolian-made
when we had all we could do to wait on our cns- Grand pianos, at $435, receives:
toners _we do not exaggerrte. A written guarantee for lire rears,
The response has been so over- signed by the Aeolian Company
whelming that we are obliged to JO and ourselves.
close the sale two weeks earlier The privilege of exchanging his
than we expected —and even at mn „t ««om P .,T.U orde™, j P *u ° ne J ear from the
that we are making arrangements whethw l.ft «t the .tot* or «*nt , pure J la ‘* for an y one of
r • , *7 mail. This U the initial pay- the celebrated makes earned by us, T
for more instruments than it was ment. The piano will be de- without the slightest loss of money V
our original intention to sell. ever whe “* already paid. a
It was the plan that did it. It was £ pA Protection against losing the piano Jr
cooperation. Our cooperating with 050 ** C4 J Be of deatJl * Should the w
tU mnmrfaMnc !u I f purchaser die before pay- X
the manufacturer —the customer | ments are completed, all f
cooperating with ns. Hie price was monthly, pins a small carrying remaining indebtedness De moll
low, extremely low. The term, were ISttET .f * e \£,o U* ££ T* J miSL
Bnt the biggest feature of this sale I— « to
; >■ part, mail photograph,
VV and full description of
f the Grand Piano, being eold
J on your cooperative plan.
De Moll Piano Co. /
12th & G STS. /*->-* *— |
Pianos— Radiol—\ ictrolis—Furniture "I
EX-ACTRESS RETURNS
TO COLORED SPOUSE
Disappearance of Helen lee Worth
ing in 1927 Explained by Air
ing of Marital Woes.
By the Associated Press.
LOS ANGELES. December 20.—Helen
Lee Worthing, former New York stage
beauty, resumed her place today aa
mistress of her home in the Negro sec
tion of Los Angeles after effecting a rec
onciliation with her husband. Dr. Eu
gene C. Nelson.
The reconciliation followed a meet
ing yesterday in an attorney’s office.
Both the former actress and her hus
band said their differences had followed
a dispute over another woman, and that
“all has been forgiven and forgotten.”
The airing not only explained the
disappearance two years ago of Miss
Worthing, but brought the first inti
mation to friends here that Dr. Nelson
is not entirely of Caucasian blood.
“To me he Is not what the world
would call a Negro,” Miss Worthing
said. “He is not black In skin or black
In heart.”
The former Ziegfeld ‘’Follies” girl
said she was married to Dr. Nelson in
Tijuana in June of that year. For a
time they lived in an exclusive Holly
wood neighborhood, but later moved to
the Negro section of Los Angeles, where
Dr. Nelson has an extensive practice.
Hunter Devours Mosquitoes.
The dragonfly begins life as one of
Nature's most repulsive creatures, liv
ing in the slime of ponds and ends as
one of her dandiest insect creations.
About November the dragonfly eggs |
hatch in ponds, producing hideous grubs >
like grotesque spiders, of dirty mud;
color, not deserving their pretty names !
of ''nymphs."
As they grow in site they grow in
Fine Lot of
Christmas Trees
1800 TO SELL
75<= “ $ l*BP
J. Frank Kelly Co., Inc.
2101 Ga. Ave. North 1343
ferocity, attacking water-fleas, small
crustaceans, flsh-fry and tadpoles, and
even nymphs smaller than themselves.
After many months of this life it leaves
the water and takes to the air when its
life of hunting is renewed.
It hunts mainly for small flies, but
i will attack even butterflies, shearing off
; their wings. It is useful, in that it will
i All its mouth with a compact ball of a
| hundred mosquitoes at a time. To its
dying day it remains a mighty hunter.
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hear all the nice
things our cus
tomers say about
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ing Enamel! Try
a can and you, too,
will sing its praises!
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P-A-I-N-T-S
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