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Washing Powdei For dishes, laundry, floor and walls. Sale of Household FURNITURE By order Waller A. Henricks, Admin istrator estate. John J. Wolcott; Storage Company and others. Groups for dining, dinette, living and bed rooms, secretary, drop-leaf tablet, radios, bookcases, mirrors, odd sofas and chairs, fall-front desks, rollaway beds, china cases, floor and table lamps, chests of drawers, dressers, odd beds, spiral and box springs, inner spring mattre4bs, studio beds, utility and kitchen cabinets. By Auction at WESCHLER’S 905 E ST. N.W. TOMORROW Commenelnc at 0:30 O’clock A.M. THE SIGN THE Wafer Spots Won’t Floor You Now! STAVE£» , Xon-Jtu^. TRY THIS MODERN WAX • Resists water spots • Dries in 20 minutes • Brightens with use TAVERN NON-RUB FLOOR WAX Now your floors can have a satin-shine that damp mop ping won’t wash off! Just spread Tavern Non-Rub Wax on linoleum, wood, asphalt, or rubber tile floors. Then watch ’em get a sparkle that really lasts! C_ . 59c Pin' Quart ^ (1 CQ Half ^ 1 Gallon Other Tavern Aids Tavern Paint Cleaner, 59c qt. Tavern Furniture Gloss, 57c pt. Tavern Window Cleaner-59c qt. Try Tavern Dry Cleaner, too! At your Grcoery, De partment, Hardware and Drug Store. Indeed! you WILL be surprised at the results you will get even under the govern ment's "emergency" regulations when you use -Plain and Self-rising These regulations have only served to em phasize what exceptional Flour Enriched Wash ington Flour really is. Probably you have noticed how very little change there is in its usual snowy whiteness; how nearly normal the texture and workability. Thank the particular growth of wheat for that. You will find you can use your favorite recipes as usual—experiencing far less change than with most of the "emergency" flours—all of which must be milled under the Government's regulation. Enriched Washington Flour is still supercharged with the vital food elements—vitamin B /1, niacin, iron, calcium, sodium—for MAXIMUM nutrition. PLAIN Enriched Washington Flour is for all purpose baking. SELF-RISING for making biscuits, waffles, shortcakes, etc.—WITHOUT baking powder. Keep on asking for Enriched Washington Flour—your dealer will have it in the familiar 2, 5, 10 and 25 pound sizes as long as the wheat and flour hold out. Buy it with confidence. You'll use it with SATISFACTION. Wilkins-Rogers Milling Co. w»|,i^,en Incorporated A Local Institution Owned and Operated by Washingtonian Artificial Limb Firm Letters Identified as Antitrust Trial Opens The artificial limb case, based on alleged violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act, was in recess in Dis trict Court today, with sessions to be resumed tomorrow or Monday. Federal Judge Bower Broaddus of Oklahoma, presiding at the trial, yesterday excused Defense Counsel Russell Hardy to permit him to fly to St. Paul, Minn., to argue a case , in the Circuit Court of Appeals. Judge Broaddus instructed Mr. Hardy to advise him when he re turns to the city and, if possible, a court session will be held tomorrow. The trial started yesterday and the eight defendants have waived a jury trial. At yesterday afternoon’s session, j the Government attempted to prove : through Henry C. Feller, secretary [treasurer of J. E. Hanger, Inc., 221 iG street N.W., that letters taken from the firm's files and put in evidence are genuine. The company is one of the defendants on trial. Signatures Identified. Mr. Feller identified signatures of officials of numerous artificial limb firms throughout the country. These letters later will be read into the court record, the prosecution said. Daniel B. Britt, special assistant to the Attorney General and Special Attorney Maurice Godin, the prose cutors, say the letters are part of the evidence of the conspiracy into which the manufacturers entered to charge high prices for artificial limbs, not only to individuals, but to the Veterans’ Administration, State agencies and others. The Government’s first witness yesterday was a wearer of two arti ficial legs, Patrick J. Norton of the United Limb & Brace Co., Boston. ALL IN THE PACKAGE All ingredients for luscious noodle soup in handy carton — Mrs. Gross' Genuine Egg Noodles, rich soup con centrate and the famous "Golden Nugget" for chickeny flavor) Add water—cook 10 minutes—serves 5. MRS. GRASS’ NOODLE SOUP He said that for 32 years he has been in the business of selling arti ficial limbs. For the last 20 years, he said, he has been president of his company. Conspiracy Denied. Mr. Hardy told Judge Broaddus in his opening statement that it is impossible for the so-called Hanger companies “to engage among them selves in the conspiracy charged in the indictment,” being a “single business unit.” Mr. Hardy contended the Hanger companies “constitute a single, econ omical, competitive unit” and that the Washington firm is “a manufac turer of parts, which it supplies to the other Hanger branches." “We will show that the only joint action of any of the defendants was at the instance of the Veterans’ Administration officials, and for the purpose of inducing that agency to voluntarily increase the prices paid," said Mr. Hardy. "The Veterans’ Administration has taken advantage of the great weakness of the defend ants to impose unfair and illegal restraints upon them. It has com pelled them to sign contracts not to solicit the veterans but to deal only with officials of the bureau. Today the Veterans’ Administration is seeking to force the defendants PENS REPAIRED Prompt Service D. J. HUGHES CO. Fountain Pen Hdqrs. Over Si Years. 503 14th. Opp. Willard Hotel to grant an unfair and illegal dis crimination in price and otherwise, to the disadvantage of members of the general public using artificial limbs.” The indictment was dismissed against J. E. Hanger, Inc., of Bos ton, yesterday. The Government explained this is in reality a branch of the District firm, which is doing business in Massachusetts under a EISINGER wi *6300 SEtHESOA mD State certificate. Some 60 defend ants have written the court that they do not care to contest the case. JACK BLANK Says TRADE or SELL YOUR CAR To ARCADE PONTIAC CO. Washington’s Largest Pontiac Dealer 1437 Irving St. N.W. 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