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Ohio Judge Finds Containers Only
Named in Prohibition Con
spiracy Warrant.
»r fcht Associated Press.
CLEVELAND. Ohio. June 12— Fed
*ral Judge West Tuesday ruled that
•0 tons of corn sugar seized in a raid
on the warehouse of Leo lazar, self
■tyled "sugar baron" of Akron, must
Souvenirs ■
Ohe New Store, Northeast Comer) '
Tomorrow marks the formal opening of another bright, modern you and your friends to ahare in this unusual event, e.read the ■
PEOPLES DRUG STORE, right in the heart of Washington's down- announcement carefully.. . note the many worthwhile values... then
town shopping center —the northeast corner of Twelfth and F Sts. come tomorrow and share in the great savings. . , 4 . . . m
To make this opening sale an event of interest and importance to This sale is for the benefit of our customers only, and we reserve it AIiITLJ Cfl / /A//c Tit Int / LI J\ I n.l
•very thriftwise shopper, we have selected more than a hundred the right to refuse to sell dealers and to limit quantities. Some v(/ Al»f Vl / # C b/'f v §lt Em W / Itwll w
articles from our regular stocks and priced them at cost, /ess than articles in this sale are limited, therefore we suggest early buying to *.g /a«|a| /s*/q \tf\t I A li/tnt*
cost and slightly above cost. It is seldom that an opportunity of this avoid any possibility of disappointment. / LJ £M / \ V V# J# / Hr"llF*lfP< VI ill M/llif""*
character is offered, even by PEOPLES DRUG STORES, where The FREE souvenir offers and special money s mg prices are f / / +JMmI\W ImmJ f l/U Him i I Iml \SJ FLJ IK/Li Ifll/llLm
greater savings are the rule rather than the exception. We want effective for tomorrow, June 13—ONLY at the new re at Twelfth
Remarkable jHoney having SPECIAL S
on iSale at the New *Store tomorrow |
BPrfe 7^31
I l \ BARGAINS / : 7T
7 S \ IjglSk — / **£%?*,! $£? n * ry | SiV-t?''* /
* . fbi gi P: I : - \ lill l ■ J 9S=? / 49c 0
the Ice Cre°- I —1 |// " 24 ' -
* rnt *to t £ l ?^* , *alion C /y
d f ?vt>g » p nU- 6tor o c i Brief Case \ 70c $3.85 COTY dll / On/y J ? 0 / # / n II
\ Chamois L’Origan Gloves I MSM/\ Q&. % 3*SsL»«* *£. L * for 35c I
to \ 5/f/n Perfume 00 . I I •\ » A , tronir 4urable J s£**■**s?£*? T onte l S9e n fl
create r. \ c -| 33C ?<* l * lift Barn ««» Sf c , VeJ a, [ B ° th for7 C f/
~r « or ollb Id V I Special f<J.9B f I H at an exceptionally Sti *Vl ng *s*«l jft .. *»OC ///
h0 ° r 111 | ey y - \ C/fllV Os C Pnrhnom Jad' Famous Fault- f I. It low price. Fin- Cr Cani t "Oth f ar e~ M
ill I $1 .t 5 l herTTIOS \ raettage ]4B> Branil Rub- M | iahed In either red Or nl
IllJ 1 A splendid pual- Here la a low price on this ber Gloves In ■ * " r Kreen. »/
KnltleS 1 ity chamois skin, world-famous perfume. Se- colors of blue, ■ ■■ 1//
P \ * lz ® 16x21 Inches. cure a bottle durin* this sale. rose and freen. ■ T k’ fl
CIGAR DEPT. BARGAINS mu $2.75 The mos Lunch Kit \ -::::::::W4for$Mu ;'/ 7 for $1 l!a\W%< I Pure, Delicious CANDIES I
® 2 V° r V.S3IS \ « , *SSS.T«S- I _/((,•-7* .. . priced mryUm* the New Sfere I
#\ J A " Sc c ‘S“'‘ -7 for 25c SKS-.JK 1 \ V.S. WK I ntil’nPV. roawrrew
1- \
IfS/ ja!f 4oT ß oxof 5o !| 10c Peoples Choice £ I ~~ 11 35c Campfire Marshmallow,, b0x,... .23c I
]' chesterfield 9 fnr Bathroom Tissue HWaJM \ InX's"..".? - . V.'riVw I SIJS Mozart I 50c , Mammy Lou Peppermint Pattie*
<Lucky strike \ Tor ooc) g Roih t Soc EBgCTg \ %, pnchVt ~v.v.v.v.v.*iff I Chenille Raffs H>. b0x...... —... I
i« \ WI cnenme iiug 40c Chocolate Covered Peanut* lb. . . .29c |
$7.50 Musical Cigarette Box $3.75 sToS \ for .? I iMT *“ 40c Mammy Lou Peanut Brittle, lb.
$6,00 Rumidor Humidor. . . .$2.59 \ / Sta I, iS ,t difß«nr cSto™"«. s?iV« ry QJ?/» b0x....... /WV*** jV o I
*c nn /? r> enn liable* HI 49 \ iv picnic or i.„nchsets..V.'.V.V.'.V. 19c f > , &u ! c y h n ;*u? balhroom* coio" Special Z/OC 5c Chewing Gums (all brands), 2 for 5c II
%™% nS ? n f lain rfF* vm 'lllKft \ l, "“ I - g - ' :t - g -- '-■■ fl ? sc |
$5.00 Clark Pocket Lighter. .$2.50 (T J I 5c Beechnut Fruit Drops, 2 for 5c
FREE! n Locktite _ ** \ SALE of SOAPS I JE&Sp ID rrorrr I
Tobacco Pouch 50c $149 \ 7c Lifebuoy Soap 4 for 23c J |[» 3 |) J 111 \FREE! \<! ||
ifmMM -** “Vr“e/e£* gojeW 75c «»""?* \ SSfT. ■ | Vi-lb. Box of /
H 12 Value $/ Worthee Electric \ 10c Lux Toilet Soep, 10 cakes 69c fl ej iyiin.lt Webster 'l Mammy Lou Candies\ 'I |l
BofcyPontr Bat/, \~. c.„., 5 ... 4 * 23. I ,I B " E/ectric . $1.50 } Ev „ v c „„„ mfr mak ,„ B .
F/?££/ Save on Tobaccos 30r5.50c Sprays 89c \ c— wr- I Mfln F L°l ,ron d,a ™
* ave on p I Tomorrow fl WatcheS $1.40 Clocks \ Lou Homemade Candies. j
Ogarette < ase D . , , - r -ic. Splendid ouality makes two pieces \ and as. w/v ||||||
will be guen to 25c Blue Boar Pocket pkg. 2 for 35c l, a b y rubber A shower bath of golden brown \ This U n 0 1 hes ® 1 on ? have /Qf* _ I
each customer panta in an aa . ln any lub . toast at the same \ Satre/ \ Sa/e. U K.iC * . he , ' D, -J,, n,„„ # L/fliLf r!?t? M F Ttl V g II
l>urc.tasing s<ic gg Tuxedo, 8-OX. tin 39c sortment of col- Spray attach- time. Comes 1 U %JtJC. tng element and -ff tlve | mUTtty LltUgS itlYI C. K. th IVI tL UIC. ij II
worth «>r more ’ .... . menr and tubing comnlete with 1 'v M are complete Has etiecine MINI
in the Cigar De- Welter Raleiffh 8-OZ tin 44c » e at 3 for l" 00 complete for on- full-length exten- \ U "fi mahed**' wVtch 7x tans fn n'" **<^>Vrt h toD* r bell*° aUrm* II! 19c Peoples Soda w ry • J
|)arlni>nt 60c S,r W * ter Ra gh , 8 during this ss.e, (y 49c tomorrow. sion cord. I \ M that will .?«d Non bum wood: Knp! time sc- Mint Tablets .... 13c LOU) Priced I
... ' •"' ' : '' " == '■"‘ l ' h ah ' :,, ‘- ~n llanill, ‘- ' " rn,p! ' |||||| 60c Bathing & Bub- _ , „ . „
A >* GIVEN AWAY! Combination SPECIAL! FREE... Therma-Jug 1 soc witch Hazel, J der * •••••••" *® e I
50c Hand Sprayer #-#••• I pint 33c §oe Peoples Aspirin. .....33c
AJpCA with the purchas. of yg±l % Pound Package of Cleaning Needs! With th of P a Urchatm 111 Am m A onr a 3 lC oz SP !l7c 40c Epsom S.lts, 5 lbs... ,33c
tvi 75c Deth-Spray insecticide Peoples Coffee , 10c Old Dutch S3.SO Gallon Site J 1 111 25c Tincture lodine. 2Se Peoples Peroxide 13c I
\y A Deth-Spray banishes all bug flofA | fl] llg ' and an 8-cup site F/ I" mi sr HI f® Z ' " ■’ l ‘"' ,9c 50c Graham’s Milk of Mag
pests front your home. A safe. or>> o9C £| j jj J t*lCanSer f 1 n€TTHtt m JU§ _ —jj|||| Sodium Blcarbom nesia 27c j
35c Crack Shot Roach Death. .27 c *L, |Uj Aluminum Percolator JJ) The Baby Th , rma . Jul[ (Tpl£iiZPo J rieanine Needs S°c Dioxogen ........ .. . .28c II
? m Wl tLI ; I fiy, Ffle.Nnrtthn holds one pint and will Both for- Cleaning 13 eeOS 51 Peoples I. Q. and 5...66c II ,
== {j 7C- tri___ ¥J/„„ Is, V An opportunity i ot 1 cts-fV UfJIIiU kpap (OH(1a or u qui rts I _ _ . , , ... . .
Peoples r loor Wax, for evary thrifty c___ hot or cold as desired. a A 0 fl I 15c Cleaning Am- 49c Toddy (with shaker II
■33 i pound can ?JJ r . ■ housewife to se- Both « n joap Un. °f tiieii mby jlij*, s*/.!/([ monia. pint 11c free) 42c If
— r JOt cure an «-eup slxe eeamlcss aluml- _ V *»/•». n . will be given Utah 111 !■ •
t W. . V- •. . _ num Dercolnlor and a pound rack- tor. . (1.11. w»~ ■ -jT *a LOftei /a/* with the purchase of a Arf 111 I 15c Borax, lb lie SOe Grahams Milk of Maf
-35c Peoples Furniture Polish. .21c ass O p Coffee at a special 11 T — II 35c Clean, nine ..23c n.M* (mint flavored).2S< I
be returned, but that 3,300 5-gallon cans
in the same seizure may be retained by
the Government under a ruling of the
Supreme Court permitting seizure of
materials to be used in the manufacture ,
of liquor.
lazar and 12 employes are facing ar- |
raignment here on charges of conspir
acy to violate the prohibition laws in <
connection with the seizures.
Other property ordered returned to
lazar included seven automobiles, 1,216
1-gallon cans, several mash pumps, a
quantity of yeast and service sacks of
Judge West said his ruling was based
on insufficiency of the search warrant,
which specifically referred only to the
5-gallon cans.
Defense attorneys expressed opinion
\ L.AUMI laK, \t D. t’., 'i il t. JtftliA 1. >) l
the ruling would limit activities of pro
hibition agents making seizures under
the Supreme Corut ruling.
Urge Mr*. Morrow’* Silence.
ENGLEWOOD, N. J., June 12 UP).—
Mrs. Dwight W. Morrow has received
letters urging her to stay at home and
keep quiet (meaning to refrain from
campaigning for her husband in the
senatorial fight). Telling of the letters
ln a radio address she said: "It seems
to me a little unfair not to be allowed
some part in this latest adventure of my
husband’s. We have always done things
together.” she quoted from Kiplings
"Kim”; “The husbands of the talkative
have a rich reward ln the hereafter.”
Will Inspect Activities in West Be-
I for Becoming' Assistant Ord
-1 nance Chief.
1 | Brig. Gen. William H. Tschappat, re
i cently appointed assistant chief of ord
inance, has been relieved from duty in ■
; the Philippines and ordered to inspect
[ ordnance activities ln California. Wash
r ington, Ltah and Nebraska preliminary
i to assuming his new duties at the War
i Department. The President has ap
proved the application of Col. Bay. J.
Stancllft, Veterinary Corps, stationed
at Port Riley, Kans., for transfer to the
Army retired list September 30, 1930,
after more than 30 years’ service. MaJ.
Clinton L. Hoy, Medical Corps, at San
Francisco, has been ordered to his home
for retirement. Lieut. Col. James P.
Walker, Coast Artillery, at New York
City, and Capt. Arthur Morehouse.
Medical Corps, at San Antonio, have
been ordered to examination for re
tirement. Lieut. Col. O. H. Sampson,
Quartermaster Corps, at the War De
! partment, has been ordered to the Gen
eral Hospital at Hot Springs. Ark., for
treatment. Lieut. Col. Robert L. Mose
ley. Infantry, has been transferred from
Bangor . Me,, to Nogales. Ariz.: Lieut.
Col. D. R. Rodney, Cavalry, from Fort
Mead. S. Dak. to Boston; Maj. W R.
Campbell. Medical Corps, from Port
Blls«, Tex., to Omaha, Nebr.; Maj. H. L.
Rice, Ordnance, from the office of the
Assistant Secretary of War to com
mand the ordnance depot at Charles
ton, S. C.; Capt. W. E. Remington, In
fantry, from Fort George G. Meade.
Md.. to Port Benning. Ga.: First Lieut.
H. P. M. Matthews. Infantry, from the .
Philippines to duty at Howard Uni
versity, Washington. D. C.; First Lieut, j
Robert R. Estill, Medical Corps, from j
Denver, Colo., to this city; First Lieut, j
Joseph J. Hornisher, Medical Corps '
Reserve, at Williamsburg. Va., has been ;
appointed a first lieutenant in the |
Medical Corps of the Regular Army
and assigned to duty at the Army Med
ical Center, this city. !
Retired Commander of New Hamp
shire National Guard Was
j Graduate of West Point.
Sy the Associated Press.
NASHUA. N. H., June 12.—Brig. Gen.
| Elbert Wheeler of the New Hampshire
National Guard, retired, died at his
I home here Tuesday night at the age of
' RO. He was graduated from the United
I States Military Academy ln 1875 and
1 was Identified with water work* in
tereats throughout the country tor many
He stayed in the Regular Army sots,
onlv two years, resigning on June 12,
1877, with the rant of lieutenant to
enter business. He was a lineal de
scendant on his maternal side of Joseph
Smith, captain of the Minute Men at
Concord. April 19. 1775.
Prior to his retirement he was identi
fied with many corporation Interests.
He was a director of the water works
; at Palatka, Wis.
William Anderson, the 67-year-old
secretary for Scotland, who recently
became a member of Bowhill Rovers,
a Fifeshlre juvenile foot ball team, hag
offered his services should the club ever
need a fullback. .

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