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in west mm Kump Inaugurated as Gover nor and Bares Broad Plans for Recovery. By the Associated Press. CHARLESTON, W. Va , March 4 - V/hlle a frigid breeze whipped the flag! of State and Nation about his barec head, Herman Guy Kump was inaugu rated Governor of West Virginia todaj and mapped the highway he will trave as its chief executive. "Boldness of mind and action" will b< needed to carry through this time o) stress and emergency, he told shiverinj crowds that squeezed about a platforir literally thining with the splendor ol massed bands upon it. Taking the oath as nineteenth Gov ernor of the State. Kump pledged everj effort of his administration towarc carrying out the mandate of the ta? limitation amendment but said it! operation would require raising $15, 000,000 annually from indirect sources naming a general sales tax. "The tax base—land and persona! property—has been relieved," the Gov ernor said, "but in spite of the mosl rigid economies the revenue must be ir part sustained. To do this, I propose i program built around a general sale: ta:: with a potential yield of $15,000,000 A bill to this effect will be presented tc the Legislature." A $6,000,000 fund to aid schools, a county unit school system, relief tc counties and districts through a sec ondary road system, a one-man road commission and a conservation com mission were among plans placed be fore the people by the new executive. .AMERICAN GIRL VISITS SEVILLE BULLET VICTIM ^liss Taylor Transferring Hogberg, Who, She Says, She Thrice Re jected, to Private Hospital. By the Associated Press. SEVILLE. Spain, March 4. — Miss Mary Taylor, 25, daughter of Gordon M. Taylor, of Pittsburgh and Scranton, Fa., arrived here today to visit R. Eric Hogberg, said to be the son of a Stock holm publisher, who shot himself here Wednesday. She said she was transferring Hog berg to a private hospital as an act of friendly charity. She plans to leave soon for Mallorca. Miss Mary Taylor, young American woman, said at Madrid Friday night that R. Eric Hogberg, who shot himself in Seville. Spain, Wednesday, had twice proposed marriage to her but had been given negative answers. She quoted Hogberg as sayine, "I have a way of making you accept. I will shoot myself." RITES FOR CONNIE MACK'S DAUGHTER ARE TOMORROW Services Will Be Held at Asheville, N. C., With Burial in Wor cester, Mass. By the Associated Press. ASHEVILLE. N. C.. March 4.—Mrs. Margaret McCambridge, daughter of Cornelius McGillicuddy, Philadelphia base ball mentor, who died here late last night after a short serious illness, will be buried at Worcester, Mass., following funeral services here Mon day. The services will be at 10:30 a.m., at St. Lawrence's Catholic Church, with Rev. Louis J. Bour. paster. In charge. The body will leave here by train at 6 p.m. for the Massachusetts city. Mrs. McCambridge's father, more widely known as Connie Mack, arrived here at 1 p.m. today from the Ath letics' training camp at Fort Myers, Fla. WATER FOWL TRAPPED Many Species Perish in Death Val ley's Salt Marshes. LAS VEGAS, Nev. f/P).—Seventy eight species of birds and water fowl have been listed by ornithologists as visitors to Death Valley, although the arid subsea region Is virtually without water. Numerous geese, ducks, cranes and herons have been noted recently at a small swimming pool near Stove Pipe Wells and many, mistaking the salt marshes for water, have alighted and perished. -ti®kin/ks ' nd8Sts. Two New Styles In Eyeglasses nttr" $7*85 Astoria $Q.35 Oxford O Complete Glasses Lenses and Frames Choice of white toric lenses for reading or distance. Thorough eye examination included. Use your charge account. STREET FLOOR It's Fabrics First... With Fashion! It's Lansburgh's First... With Fabrics! e Sewi ng Week Begins Monday! New Fabrics! New Values! (SPRING ... the feminine fancy turns to fashion (poets to the contrary). But you must \ economize!—who doesn't? Here's the solution—make.your own clothes—if you want C*J a large wardrobe at a small cost. You can have faith in these fabrics—they're backed by ^ Lansburgh's 72-year-old reputation for quality. On sale on Lansburgh's Third Floor. What Print Will You Pick For Your ISetv Jacket Ensemble? Printed Chiffons and Flat Crepes 59c Remarkable Value For a dining and dancing gown, this is perfect. Very demure 'til you shed the jacket —and turn a daring back. A wonderful va riety of printed chiffons and crepes—large or small designs, in every imaginable shade! Vogue Pattern, No. 6279 75c Size 32, 5H yds. 39-in. silk. 39-In. Printed Flat Crepe Soft, luscious crepe in a glorious assortment of colors and designs. Monotone or vivid effects in large "i and small patterns. A H* I splendid "buy" at .... r 33-In. All Silk Pongee For1 house frocks, for cur tains, for bed room ensembles —the silk of a hundred uses! Standard quality, 12-momie silk pongee—special .. 17c l Choose a Washable Silk Crepe for Your Street Frocks 39-In. All-Silk Flat Crepe 64c It's Washable! When you shed your coat, here's the sort of frock to show the world. Firm, lovely crepe, and every thread is pure silk. Every shade that Dame Fash ion could think of is here. And delightfully inexpensive! Pictorial Pattern, No. 6253 50c Size 16, 4 5-8 yds. 39-in. silk. EXTRAORDINARY VALUE Printed Silk Crepe A crepe with a lot of body and a rich quality look. Large or small figures—and the important polka dots. Light, dark and bright color ings. We repeat, extraordinary at 77' Express Your Individuality In Your New Evening Goun 39-In* Billowee Silk Crepe $^•39 Very Low Priced! That strikingly new ripple crepe, that gives you long, willowy lines. Every important Spring shade. And could you dream of a more devastating gown than the slinky model sketched ? Vogue Pattern, No. S-3618 $1 Size 16, 3% yds. 39-in. silk. It's Qoing To Be a Big Year for Cottons! Printed and Plain Percale X2'/2c For house frocks, pa jamas, smocks, children's dresses—a splendid selec tion of patterns and colors. All easily washable. Note the neat smock sketched. Pictorial Pattern No. 6114 25c Size 16, 4 yds. 36-in fabric. Pique Voiles, 28c The sheer, filmy kind that make the wearer look cool and clean. And this lovely voile costs so little 1 Scores of attractive designs and col orings. Sheer Fabrics, 38c Get going on your Summer wardrobe—here's plenty of in ducement! Powder puff mus lin. printed chiffon voile, printed broadcloth, seersucker —and many others. 39-in. Printed LaChine Muslin Bembefg Chiffon, $1 Can't you just visualize graceful, flowing creations from this lovely printed chif fon? Large and small de signs in subtle colorings. Washable and PERSPIRA TION PROOF. St. Gall Dotted Swiss, 50c Fashion predicts a brilliant Summer for this fresh, crisp fabric. Plain white, white with colored dots, or colored with white dots. 29c Guaranteed Washable Created by artists— who know all about harmonious blending of colors. LaChine muslin is soft and fine, yet very firm and practical. Glance at the smart frock on the left—just what you need for Summer, eh? McCall Pattern, No. 7286 25c Size 36, 3 5-8 yds. 39-in. fabric. Home Seiving Needs in Notions Premier Shears and Scissors Choice of 10 Sizes 2 Prs. 95c Made of solid forged steel with keen-cutting blades. 6, 7 or 8 inch shears; 5 or 6 inch scissors; 7^-inch barber shears; 4j4-inch blunt shears; 3^4-inch manicure scissors; 354-inch embroidery scissors. O. N. T. SPOOL COTTON, black and white. 250 and 300 yards. 2 1 Cp spools XJi* "Wilsnap" Dress Snaps, ick and 3 dozen for black and white. Warren Lawn Bias Tape, 21 shades; 8 yards to bolt. 50 yard spool cotton thread to match. 1 Both for 1VW Double Covered Nainsook Dress Shields, in flesh or white. Regular and crescent. 3 pairs Crowley's Fine Steel Sew ing Needles, assort ment of sizes, 2 Pkgs 50c 15c "Puritan" Dress* maker Pins, sizes 3 to 6. ?4-pound box 21c "Warren's" Washable Ray on Elastic, 24-inch wide. Flesh or white. < a^ 6-yd. bolt lyC STREET FLOOR \ Probably Never Again . . . The Martha /J, Ijf Rotary Electric Washington ■V/////ly Sewing Machine ' "f Terms Down It's the Genuine Famous Martha Washington Model And it's just exactly half price! Full rotary motion—knee con trol—spot light—latest approved electrical equipment—all attach ments included. Built for a lifetime—and guaranteed. Regardless of price, there isn't a finer sewing machine on the market than the great White Rotary—yet, here's a brand-new one for only $57.50. Think it over—but not too long—for you must act promptly! THIRD FLOOR—LANSBURG BPS •ywys-.at iVoir regularly $115 Sale Price Less a special allowance for your old machine. We couldn't possibly offer a greater sewing machine value to feature Home Sew ing Week! While completing negotiations for this great sale, the makers told us posi tively no more at such a price. Phone and Mail Orders Filled While Supply Lasts Jane Stuart NAtional 9800 Will You Have a Spring Suit? You'll Need Blouses All-Silk Plisse Crepe 88c Beautiful Quality Rough-surfaced crepe in 15 lovely shades. Just think how your ward robe will multiply — with three or four of these trick blouses—and the cost is tiny. (A) Butterick No. 4922 35c (B) McCall No. 7297 35c Have You a Smart Spring Suit or Coat in Mind? Fine 54'In. Woolens 88c This suit will get lots of ap plause with its trim swanky lines. Equally lovely in tweed, wool crepe or the novelty coatings and suit ings. More than 20 delightful shades for choice. Butterick, No. 5036 50c Size 36, 3S& yds. 54-in. wool.