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DEFIES OFFICERS Mounted Police Plan New At tempt to Capture Hermit Barricaded in Cabin. By the Associated Press. EDMONTON, Alberta, January 14.— Beyond the Arctic Circle, near the mouth of the broad Mackenzie, mounted police planned anew today attempts to capture a l-.ermit trapper accused oi wounding a constable. One expedition to his lonely cabin un the old Yukon trail from Aklavik. Northwest Territory, was thwarted when the trapper, Albert Johnson, greeted it with rifle Are. He held eight men off for 15 hours. The posse withdrew when its supplies became low. Another patrol was be lieved making the trip to the cabin today. A report to mounted police head quarters here said the second patrol was to work from a new base at the mouth of the Rat River. 20 miles be low Johnson’s cabin. The officers be lieve the trapper to be demented. His Isolated cabin sits on a brush-covered prcmontorv. Hastily-constructed bombs were thrown at the cabin, wrecking t!i door, rnd Johnson then moved In.'' a tunnel beneath the floor and cci'-.lnued his fire. Tire man was accused of shooting C . -ble A W. Krng. when King and Constable R. G. McDowell went to his cabin several days ago to investigate j complaints of Indians that their trap- , lines were being tampered with A shot fired through the door hit him. but he was brought back to Aklavik bv dog team and will recover. The Arctic twilight hindered the be Biegers of the stronghold. JOB RELIEF PROGRESS IN D. C. WILL BE TOLD Three Members of Committee on Employment to Address Monday Evening Club. A discussion of the "Development of Unemployment Relief for the Dis trict of Columbia” will take place at the next meeting of the Monday Eve ning Club. January 18, with talks scheduled by three officers of the Dis trict of Columbia Committee on Em ployment. Chairman E. C. Graham. Col E. G. Bliss, chairman of the Work Creation Committee, and Paul Benjamin, executive secretary of the committee. Club members will be asked to vote on amendments proposing to intrust the executive board "with the full re iponsibility of carrying into effect the purposes of the Monday Evening Club.” Under the amendments the corre sponding and recording secretaries would be replaced by an executive sec retary to receive compensation for his services. MRS. BOWLES HONORED Re-elected Chairman by Mining Engineers' Auxiliary. Mrs. Oliver Bowles was re-elected chairman of the District of Columbia faction of the Woman's Auxiliary to the Mining and Mctalurgical Engineers cl r. meeting Tuesday. Cihcr officers chosen were Mrs. John /'Iden Grimes, vice chairman; Mrs. Charles Jackson, recording secretary; Mrs. F Morten Leonard, corresponding secretary; Mrs C. Terry du Rell, treasurer; Mrs. J. R. Thoenen, assistant treasurer, and Mrs. Arthur Keith, parliamentarian. A meeting of the officers has been called for next Tues day at the home of Mrs. du Rell. Most Popular GIRL WINS HONORS AT LOUI SIANA COLLEGE. MISS LENA TAYLOR Of Alexandria, La., has been chosen as the most popular girl student in Louisi ana College, at Pineville, in the annual contest. She is a junior.—A. P. Photo. LLOYD FREE IS SPEAKER Western High School's George Wash ington History Club was addressed yesterday by Lloyd Free, son of Rep resentative FYee of California, on 'China and the Manchurian Situa tion " Free, a graduate of Western High School and Princeton University, was made an honorary life member of the club. “Mourning Becomes Electro” Week of Jan. 11th During Intermission 7 to 8 O’Clock The Raleigh Hotel For Your Dinner Main Dining Room Tea Lounge Cafeteria Noted for Good Food USED IN 184 HOSPITALS AND INSTITUTIONS Now it's easier to wax floors than to wash them + No Hard Rubbing N e eded If you are one of those per sons who love beautiful, waxed floors but who dread pushing a heavy weight around, you will welcome Cello-Wax—the new kind of floor wax that dries with a lustre, without rubbing or polishing. You simply wipe or brush the floor with Cello Wax and let it dry. It is as simple as that. No Polishng N e eded Celio-Wax DRIES WITH A LUSTRE WITHOUT RUBBING OR POLISHING Cello-Wax will cover ap proximately 2,500 square feet per gallon the first time it is applied to non-porous sur faces. It wears about four times as long as ordinary wax. Pint.75c Quart.$1.25 Gallon ..$4.50 Fries, Beall & Sharp INC. 734 10th St. N.W. Phone NAtional 1964 or Your Nearest Dealer Dupont Hardware Co.. 2WM M St. N.W. S. fi. Land' A Son. 3930 Ga. Are. N.W . W. A. Finch. 2416 IHtb St. N.W. Frank Poch. 4525 WIs. Are. N.W. O. O. Brock. 15th and You Sts. N.W. Observatory Hardware Co.. 2414 Wis. Ave. N.W. Mi. Rainier Hardware Co., Mt. Rai nier. Md Moore A Cain Co.. 2216 4th St. lf.l. After 65 Happy Years of Honorable Retailing / 1.M0ST since the Civil War, Saks has held a proud place in the confidence of the Washington public. It is not without deep sadness that we give you word of our intention to end these long, happy and successful activities. T^OR 65 years this public has shown its appreciation of the Saks ideal of quality, of value and of satisfaction. Indeed, these last years have been the most notable, from a business standpoint, in our entire career. 4 OUT now the time has come to sell out * * this store which, to so many, has become a landmark of honorable and satisfying service. And so—we announce a sweeping farewell event which shall be in keeping with our reputation; an event that will leave you favorable recollections of Saks; an event that will save you A LARGE AMOUNT OF MONEY! Starting Friday Morning At9 O'clock— Sacrificing Every Article of Aten9s and Bays9 Apparel At Unparalleled Beductians! lVTO article now in our store is reserved. 1 ^ Even merchandise on order will he in cluded. How well you know the fineness of Saks offerings! How amazed you will be at the prices! ALL WILL GO. Clearance will be complete. When this sale is over, nothing will remain in this entire vast store. WE ARE GOING OUT OF BUSI NESS! 1V7HATEVER is needed for now, for Spring ** or for later—by any man or boy in your family—should be bought now, at once, AT THE ENORMOUS SAVINGS WHICH THIS UNPRECEDENTED SALE BRINGS. Every article, without exception, is of authen tic Saks quality. The Saks Retirement Sale is, truly, a “once-in-a-lifetime"’ opportunity. Be on hand Friday morning. / ALL MEN’S APPAREL At Sweeping ReductionsI Suits Topcoats Overcoats Dress Clothing Gloves Hats Raincoats Trousers Knickers Robes Underwear Chauffeur’s Clothing Shirts Ties Pajamas Hose Shoes Luggage —and all other Men's furnishings and accessories ALL BOYS’ APPAREL At S$v€>i»piny K&dnctiontu! Suits Overcoats Shoes Shirts Knickers Sweaters Leather Coats Hose Ties —and all other items of Boys’ apparel ALL PREP APPAREL At Stvwpiny Ht*tiurtiims 1 Suits Overcoats Shoes —and all other Prep apparel ALL SALES FOR CASH. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. ALTERATIONS AT COST.