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BANK MEASURE
REACHES SENATE
Backed by Administration,
It Seeks Tight Rein on
Holding Units.
Bt the Associated Preaa.
An administration-backed bill for
tight Government controls on bank
holding companies reached the Senate
yesterday under sponsorship of Sena
tors Glass, Democrat, of Virginia and
McAdoo, Democrat,, of California.
The bill would prevent the creation
of any additional bank holding com
panies, would prohibit existing com
panies from Requiring control of addi
tional banks and would impose nu
merous restrictions on their opera
tions. l
Senate readers said the measure
had the full backing of the adminis
tration. Senator Glass submitted it
to President Roosevelt Tuesday.
Hearings to Start Soon.
Banking Committee members said
the proposal would be referred to a
subcommittee headed by Mr. Glass
and that hearings probably would start
soon.
Asked whether he hoped for action
at this session, Mr. Glass responded:
“Of course I do—what do you think
I introduce the bill for?"
Although Mr. Roosevelt once sug
gested the abolition of holding com
panies, Senator Glass said he never
had any plan except to regulate them.
The bill was expected to encounter
opposition from some conservative
Senators. Senator King, Democrat, of
Utah voiced Immediate protest.
Effect of Measure.
Senator Glass said the bill would
bring under regulation 50 holding
companies which control 500 banks
with assets of $8,000,000,000.
Such banks would be forbidden to
make loans in the future to affiliated
institutions, to purchase securities
from affiliates or to make loans se
cured by stock affiliates.
They would be required to collect
existing loans of such a character
within three years.
All bank holding companies and
their subsidiaries would be subject
to regular investigation.
Further, banks could not make divi
dend payments to companies which
acquired bank stock in violation of
the act, and the Federal Deposit In
surance Corp. could dismiss from in
surance any bank violating the act.
The program would be administered
by the F. D. I. C.
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SOCIAL DISEASE WAR
Dr. Riley of Maryland Heads
Group of 10 Health Officers
Named.
B? thf Associated Press.
BALTIMORE, March 3.—Formation
of a national anti-syphilis program
was left today to a committee of 10
health officers from nine States and i
Alaska, headed by Dr. R. H, Riley of
Maryland.
Dr. Riley disclosed the committee,
was appointed by Dr. Thomas H. Par- :
ran, United States Surgeon General,
yesterday and includes State health
officers of Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio,
South Carolina. South Dakota, New
Jersey, Rhode Island and Connecti
cut.
Tne group must complete its pro
gram in time for submission to the
annual meeting of State and terri
torial health officers, set by the Sur
geon General for April 11 and 12 in
Washington.
Dr. Riley, who is president of a
similar group known as State and
provincial health officers, called a
meeting of his organization April 9
and 10 in Washington.
Later in April the 18th annual con
ference of the Maryland State Health
Department will be held here in con
junction with the annual meeting of
the medical and chlrurgical faculty
of Maryland.
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Emperor Is Sacred.
Sovereignty, in the Japanese consti
tution, is the aacred manifestation of
the Emperor's political rights, as com
bined in the Emperor “'himself,” who
is ‘‘sacred” and ‘ inviolable.”
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in the Providence (R. I.) River. Left: Kenneth Sunderland,
rescuer, clings to a rope with one hand and with the other
clutches Charles F. McEvoy (with hat). Right: McEvoy is
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cruisers an to keep out of the range
of real battleships.
Secretary Hull in his February 4
note to Tokio served notice that in
view of Japan's secrecy the United
States would resume full liberty of
action in building both battleships
and cruisers.
France, however, was represented as
reluctant to remove the curbs on
cruisers, contending this would stimu
late Gern\pn building in virtually all
large toypes of ships.
Minority Reports Issued.
Meanwhile, a majority of the House
Military Committee today described
the new bill to outlaw wartime prof
iteering as “a practicable and work
able step toward the ideal.’’ but point
ed to the impossibility of completely
equalizing the burdens of war.
Four other members of the com
mittee issued minority reports as
sailing the legislation as "a basis for
Fascism’’ and asserting it would pro
vide the means for the Chief Execu
tive to become an “absolute dicta
tor.” One of the minority reports
was signed by Representatives Ma
verick, Democrat, of Texas, Anderson.
Democrat, of Missouri and Kvale,
Farm-Labor, of Minnesota. Repre
sentative Smith, Democrat of Con
necticut issued a separate report.
Discussing the failure of the bill
to include specific rates for taxa
tion of excess wartime profits, the
majority said it. would be “a serious
mistake to seek now to legislate as
to details, perhaps many years in ad
vance of the outbreak of war."
The majority report recalled that
22.000 individuals "climbed out of
financial obscurity into the class of
millionaires” during the World War
and that profiteering doubled the cost
of that conflict to this country, and
added:
"Since we cannot attain completely
the ideal, we must not be deterred
from an honest effort to prevent the
conscienceless, wasteful and outrage
ously extravagant profiteering that
went on during the World War period.”
The majority said “a most attrac
tive and alluring prospect may be held
out as a possibility cf equalizing the
burdens of war in the future” partly
through special taxation. There was
nothing in the bill, however, specifically
directed toward such an end.
The report suggested that prevention
of inflation through the price-fixing
provisions in the bill, prohibition of
tax dodging and loans to foreign allies
and 100 per cent taxation of war profits
would help place wars on a "pay-as
you-flght” basis.
Permanent Waves to Go.
Permanent waves are expected to
disappear from Japan under the fire
of the Metropolitan Police Board. The
board, meeting in Tokio, condemned
nearly all styles of hairdressing ex
cept those typically Japanese, but the
permanent wave was considered the
most obnoxious. It was attacked from
moral, hygienic and other angles.
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Among the guests were Senator
Reynolds of North Carolina, Repre
sentative Collins, chairman of the
District Subcommittee of the House
Appropriations Committee; Corpora
tion Counsel Elwood Seal and Mrs.
Agnes Mason and Isaac Gans, mem
bers of the Alcoholic Beverage Control
Board. Harry G. Taylor, treasurer of
the corporation, awarded prizes for
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Stocks Reasserted to Lower
Price Groups • Many Are
Small Lots • Broken Sizes
All sales final, limited Quantities, all items
subject to prior sale, no approvals, returns
or exchanges, no mail or phone orders.
Women's Coots
<1 ARDROS CLOTH COAT bit•
with Persian coliar and fronu Size
12. Was $79.75. Now *49.9.-,
CD LYNX TRIM SPORT COATS
Tan. size 18. Rust, size 16. Were
$65. Now (39.95
<■:> CASUAL SPORT COATS: brown
with Wolf collar. Sizes 14 and 1$.
Were $49.00. Now (19.85
'I' Cl ASSIC MODEI, COAT: Red.
size 20. Was $20 7 5. Now (15.85
'4' KIRKWALL IMPORTED
CLASSIC COATS: brown in sizes
12 and 20. green in size 14. Were
*49.95. Now (17.85
<1 • REVERSIBLE COAT: Rust, size
20. Was $19 95. Now $11.85
CM IMPORTED KARRIS TWEED
('OATS man-'ailored Brown in
sizes 14. 2 Ob'. Wine lb. Tan
mixture 16. Were $49 95
Now (39 9j
Women's Suits
<•;* TWO - PIECE DRESSMAKER
SUITS; brown, size 20, red. size lb
Were $19 95. Now (10.95
I TWO-PIECE CLASSIC MODEI.
COAT SUIT wine, size lb Wa =
$19.75. Now *16.75
Women's Dresses
<> MISSES’ DRESSES ail this
reason s .styles and colors. Were
510.95 to 810.95. Now *5.95
* 15 > MISSES’ DRESSES Were
810.95 to 819.95. Now *9.95
<1»>* MISSES’ BETTER DRESSES
\Ver<* 81 9.95 to 845.00. Now *14.9.5
•! 1 » WOMEN'S DRESSES sizes
•"•8. 40. 4-.’: broken size and color
ranee. Were 816.95 to 95.
Now _ *9.95
Millinery
<•::»* EARLY SPRING HATS: v.'k
and silk-and-straw rombma*ion>
in black, brown and navy. Wer*3
8>. Now *5.05
ilM FALL AND WINTER HATS
Were 85.<mj to 87.5o. Now 95c
Men's Furnishings
> SILK-LINED ROBES Were
$35. On and 845.00 1 j Price
* 1 • SILK HOUSE COAT.
8*25.00 Price
‘ 1 » CRUSHED VELVET MAROON
LOUNGE JACKET Was
830.00 ij Price
«1 > IjOUNGE SUIT, blue satin
striped. Were 835.00 Price
< 1 * MAROON LOUNGE JACKET,
flannel. Was 815.00 *2 Price
* 1 > CORDUROY COCKTAIL COAT
Was *10.95 *6.98
«9> COCKTAIL JACKETS. Were
81*2.95 *0.88
< 6 ‘ FLANNEL COATS. Were
810. Oft *7 88
<fi) FLANNEL ROBES Were
85.95 *5.98
<*M VELVET JACKETS double
breasted. Weve 83o.no * ■ Price
f\'> PLAN NET. S^OPT COA^S.
lined. Were *16.95 1; Trice
< *24' WASHABLE MONOGRAM
ROBES *1.95
(Ofi) PAJAMAS, notch, middy and
surplice. Were 8*2.00 *1.59
* 196> PAJAMAS, fine sateens and .
broadcloths notch and nv.ddv
Were 83.50 and 84.00 **>.69
II 34' PAJAMAS. Were 8*2.50 and
83.00 *1.89
(79 > PAJAMAS. Were 85.00 and
86.00 - *?.99
< *20 > PAJAMA8. Were 88.00 and
8S.50 - *6.88
(*28> PAJAMAS. Were 88.50 to
810.00 *7.88
<Kt PULLOVER COAT SWEATERS.
Were 85 to 87.50; reduced to *3.79
<6> CASHMERE PULLOVER
SWEATERS. Were 815.50; re
duced to .. *7.95
<5> CASHMERE COAT SWEATERS.
Were $15 _ *8.95
LAST DAY! DUNLAP
& RALEIGH HATS
Were $5.00 and $6.00
Vz Price! $2.50
Sizes 7 U to 7 ’n only.
KNOX SILK FINISHED MIX
TURES Were $7.60 and $8.50.
Reduced to ‘i price *3.73
SOFT HATS; famous makes . . .
some are imported Were
$10.00. Reduced to *6.83
SOFT HATS- Impor'ed and
domestic. Were $15.00. Re
duced to_ *7.30
KNOX VOYAGEUR HATS: all
lightweight mixed. Were $5.00.
Reduced to . $3.83
(91 $2.00 STERLING SILVER BELT
BUCKLES, initialed—(not all
initials i . .. -- »8e
(151 HANDKERCHIEBS. fancy silk,
hand-rolled hems. Were 51.00 and
$1.50 __ -_ 00c
(87) NECKTIES. Were $1.00.
now _ 59e
(178) NECKTIES, from our fall
and holiday stocks . . . also light
patterned^ foulards. Were $1.00
and $1.60 _ SOe
(170) NECKTIES, fine Imported
and domestic neckwear . . . in
cluding suitable for Spring wear.
Were $1.60 and $2.00 . 75e
Men's Furnishings
(135) NECKTIES many Imported.
Were *1.05 to *7.50 *1.10
•93' NECKTIES, were $5 no to
*3 50 *1.40
'(*7 > BOWTIES were *1.00 55r
'70' WOOL-MIXED SHORTS
SHIRTS and UNIONSUITS Were
*1.50 to *3.95 ij price
'37' SILK AND WOOL 'SCAN
DAL" SHIRTS ON SHORTS. Were
7 5c 5Xr
' 91 SHORTS, large sizes. Were
50c
'7801 SHIRTS OR SHORTS, full
cut shor’s: white, patterns, solids;
e.asttc hack or tie sieve styles
Shir's are Swiss knit. Sizes 30
'» « -- for 1.50
<1»2> SHORTS OR SHIRTS, fine
woven fabrics. Were 75c and
*l.oo ,-,sc
■8.3' CNTONSUITS. broadcloths.
Were *1.00 7#c
<4!S) SHIRTS whites, fancies
and solid coiors. Were *7 Oo
to *3.50 X1.50
'1131 SHIRTS fancies ar.d plain
whites m neckbands, also white
broadcloth collar a"ached stvie
• ere *7.50 XI.MS
'74' SHIRTS fine Pima broad
cloths. collar-attached and neck
band styles. Were *3.00 *2,28
'7. SILK SHIRTS. patterned
Were *5 t- prire
‘13 SHIRTS collar-attached and
neckband styles. Were *1.75, *•:
and *7.50 9«e
'831 MUFFLERS, silks or wool--.
Were *7.00 70c
' (3» MUFFLERS. Were *7.on and
*’.50 $|.3!l
'381 MTIFFI.ERS. Were *3 50 and
*7 50 I, prir,
(5) SWEATERS and VESTS
Were *4.00 and *5.00 XI.0*
<37 ’ PULLOVER AND COAT
SWEATERS. Were *4.00 and
*5.00 *7.0*
'!«■ SUEDE JACKETS. Were
*7.05 *0.19
SPORT SHIRTS. Were *1 on
and *1.75 00c
'151 SPORT SHIRTS; small sizes.
Were *1.05 _ _ *1.39
'1831 PAIRS HOSE, lisle or rayon
mixtures, varied assortment of
Patterns Were 30c 78c
•374’ PAIRS HOSE, lisle and
raxon mixtures, smart patterns.
Were 55c 38c
' "0”. ’ PAIRS HOSE, fire lisles
and silk mixtures, smart patterns.
Were *1.00 r.Se
' ’ PAIRS GLOVES pigskins,
c-.' ,isb sheepskins, some sligh
faded from display. Were *7 50
to .50 12 Price
' 7 51 PAIRS GLOVES, pigskins.
Were *7.50 SI. 59
'71 > PAIRS GLOVES, pigskin ar.d
mocha. Were *7.50 and S3 SI.O.s
•77' PAIRS GLOVES, pigskin and
mocha Were *3.50 *7.88
1 1 PAIRS GLOVES, pigskin and
mocha. Were *4 50 to so X3.K8
•O' PAIRS GLOVES, silk. gray.
Were SI.50 i, Price
1780’ FANCY WOVEN HAND
KERCHIEFS. hand-rolled hems.
Were 3 for *1.00. Reduced
to - -6 for 98c
ENTIRE STOCK
RALEIGH '8' SHOES
Were $6.00 and $7.45
$4.95
Fine calfskin and Scotch
grain leathers.
HANAN TOUCHSTONE SHOES:
all styles and sizes. Were
*8.75 and *9.75. Reduced
• to *7.85
<47 ’ PAIRS OF HANAN
SCOTCH GRAIN SHOES: black
and brown. Were $13 75.
Now *8.85
MENS SOFT SOLE SLIPPERS;
opera and mule styles. Were
*7.05 __ *1.75
• 97) *1.00 SUSPENDERS, nar
row and wide widths, elastic and
ribbon styles, with all leather
ends in regular and extra long
lengths 77e
170) *1.50 SUSPENDERS, nar
row and wide widths, elastic and
ribbon styles, with all leather
ends. regular and extra long
lengths 97c
(74) PAIRS GARTERS wide
weave, single grip. Were *1.00 63c
Men's Clothing
(111 TOPCOATS: medium dark
grays and tans in cheviot and fleece
finish. Sizes, regular. 1 (371. I
'38). 1 (47). I (46t; long, I I36t,
1 137). 7 (39>. 7 (40’. 1 '47'.
Were $35. Now *18.50
• 70’ TOPCOATS: dark brown, gray
plaids and navy blue cheviots. Sizes,
regular. 2 (30). 1 (38), 1 (39'. 2
(40), 2 (42): short. J (35'. 2 (37).
1 (38) 1 (40); long. 1 (37). 1 '38).
2 (39). 2 (40). 1 (42). Were
$40.00. Reduced to . *21.75
(9) TOPCOATS: single breasted,
raglan set-in sleeves, in browns and
grays. Sizes, regular. 1 (37). 1
(38). 1 (40). 1 (42); short, I 135),
1 (40); long. 1 (39). 1 (40), 1 (421.
Were $35.00. Reduced to *21.86
(20) TOPCOATS; dark gray and
tan fleece finish, single and double
breasted. Regular sizes 36 to 42.
Were $29.75 to $35.00. Reduced
to_2__*17.75
1,163 HART SCHAFFNER
& MARX and RALEIGH
SUITS, TOPCOATS and
OVERCOATS.
Regularly
$40 la $45-.
Men's Clothing
<27* SUITS, two trouser* worrc'’
and flannels. In gray* blues a..'i
tan* Sizes, regular. J <36/. I 13'
1 <38 *, 1 <3ft;. 2 <42; 1 <46
shorts. 1 <37). 2 <38*. 2 *30 1
*121: lone strut* 2 <30*. 3 '46’ :
>. 2 <44*. 2 <46): short stnu*s
•44* Were 540.00 and *4.a
Reduced to *28.83
'12* SUITS- two trousers, brown
cneviot double breasted lounge suit*
regular sizes 36 to 42. Were S35 <»o.
Reduced to *21.50
< 1 7 • SUITS’ imported Don^ea’* and
Shetland, plain and spori back*.
Size*, regular 1 <36*. i <37*. 1
<3S*. 2 1 *40*. 2 <42*; *hor*.
1 <38*. 1 *30*. 1 <40*. 1 <42 .
long, l «36v stout 2 <39). 1 <4<>>
1 <44;. Were 535.00. Reduced
to ..._ *19.85
772 HART SCHAFFNER
& MARX and RALEIGH
SLITS, TOPCOATS and
OVERCOATS.
Regularly
$45 la $50_
(?) OVERCOATS: brown and ox
ford gray, overplaids, double breast
ed. Sizes, regular. 1 (.36,; 1 <37.,
1 (38), 1 .39.. 1 1401. 1 (44.
long 1 140>. Were $30.00 Re
duced to *16.50
' OVERCOATS: dark grrtv check
ed fleece finish. Sizes, regular 1
'36>. 1 1.37'. 1 (.38'. J .391, 1 (47'
! 144 0. long, 1 (42.). Were $30 00
Reduced to *16.75
■9* OVERCOATS', brown and blue
cheviot overplaid. Size? regular
1 i.38), 1 C19). 1 ((" l I4-’'. 1
■ (»', long. 1 <40>. •; • 4-;.. j 144 .
Were $.35.00 Reduced to ..*18.50
'IT' OVERCOATS; brown and era?:
raglan. set-ln sleeves, herringbone
plaid Sizes, regular, 1 (35'. 1
'3ti) 7 (.37). 1 1.38.. 3 (.391, 3 (40).
2 (42): long. 1 (39', 2 (4<". 1 (42 ■
1 '4 4'. Were $35.00 to .$411.00
Reduced to __ *21.50
) 503) HART SCHAFFNER 1 MARX
and RALEIGH hand-tailored sues
and fine Imported overcoats Were
$50.00 to $65 50. Reduced to *44
• 30. TUXEDOS; single and double
breasted. Sizes regular 35 to 44
shot'. 35 to 40; long 36 to 44.
.-'outs. 43 and 46 Were $29 75
and $35.00. Reduced to *24.85
(9: SUITS; tan Shetland overplaid
sporr suits. Sizes regular. 1 (35 .
1 .(3,i 1 (.38). 1 ,40); shorr. 1
(3.11. I (.361. 1 ,38). 1 <39: 1
(42). Were $35.00 *17.50
20 MEN'S OVERCOATS
p7S3,5 *17-50
Reduced to 9
24 MEN'S OVERCOATS
JM* 820-°°
39 MEN'S OVERCOATS
Reduced to S22.5«
30 MEN'S OVERCOATS
s25««
Regular, ihort ant long met.
(73) TWO-TROUSER SUITS: brown
cheviot checks. Sizes, regular 1
<35:. 1 (37), 1 (3S). 2 (39), 2 '40'
1 '42). 1 (44): short. 1 (.35’. I
'36), 1 <37i. .3 (.38). 1 '39'. 2
'40). 1 (42): long. 1 1.38). 1 ,.3P>
1 ,44). Were $.35 00, Reduced
<o---*17.75
229 HART SCHAFFNER
& MARX and RALEIGH
SUITS. TOPCOATS and
OVERCOATS.
Regularly SAQ
$29.75 to $.15.... mt93
(7) SUITS: medium gray overplaid:
stouts only. 1 (.39). 1 (40), 1 '421.
1 (44': short stouts. 1 '39). 1 <40>.
1 (42).. Were $35.00. Reduced
to -v_*18.75
(14) SUITS: Shetland lounge In
blues and heather overplaid. Sizes
regular. 1 (.35). I (.37). 1 (38), 1
(.39), I (40>, i (42): short. I
(•36'. 1 (37). 1 (.38). 1 40'. 1
47»: longs. 1 (.88). 1 <40>. 1 (42).
Were $35.00. Reduced to..*18.50
531 HART SCHAFFNER
& MARX and RALEIGH
Suits. Topcoats and
Overcoats.
Regularly
$35 & $40..
(6) SUITS: navy blue. Scotch
Cheviot, plain and sport backs.
Sizes, regular. 1 (.37). 1 (38>; short.
1 (36). 2 (40); long. 1 (40). Were
$35.00. Reduced to_*19.73
(19) SUITS', browns, tans and
grays, twists, cashmeres and flagi
jiels; plain and sport backs Broken
sizes in regulars, shorts, longs and
stouts. Were $35.00. Reduced
to .. _.$16.73
(15) ONE AND TWO TROUSER
SUTTS; Cheviots and worsteds, bluea
and grays. Sizes, regular, 1 (.34 >.
J (38). 1 (39). 1 (40). 1 (42). 1
<441; short, 1 (37). 1 (39). 1 (40),
1 (42). 1 (44): longs. 1 (38). 1
(37). 1 (40): stout. 1 (39). 1 (40).
2 (44). Were $35 00- Reduced
to-$21.83
(21) 8UIT8: one «nd two trouser
twists. worsteds and cheviots.
Broken sizes in regulars, shorts and
stouts. Were $35.00 to $40.00.
Reduced to _ $24.50
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