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THE WASHINGTON- TIMES; WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21: 191. 3 : -- p"- SCHOOL IS BLIED F OR ECONOMIC ILLS Too Many Consumers Who Don't Produce, Says R. W. r Babson, Statistician. STARTS NOVEL FAD NEW TORK, Jan. 21. Too manr con sumers who don't produce '.3 the be tcttlne economic Bin of the country, and it Is the fault of insufficient edu cation, according to Roser V. Babson, etatisUcai expert of WeHesley Hills, Slass., who today addressed the Amer ican Druggists' Convention In Madison Square Garden. In connection with the annual drug and chemical nhow. "Notwithstanding the optli!sUc in terviews of bankers, we tead in the newspapers, business conditions are not e.m.wii, oaoson saia. "The fail- vast amount of money, and Ihis money tires are Increasing in every part of ' should not be raised Dy tuxlntr produc tive country, especially in the extreme , tion and economy as does cur present Bart. Some say the tariff is to blame, ! taxation system." others the currency; wnile some attrib- I "ewsPtaPter3.,ahn- c'oTMg. pffi j "Big Bill" Edwards nds mobiles, war. and similar causes. ol m e xt i xt t "But I tell vou that thn i3 of I Srrilfp fnr Npwarlf M I nrpsent labor, aortal Duin... nn i nandal conditions Is iur national edu 1- .-.nBBBFTBBBBBfec Vln Br..3'!VBBHMBBBBflBBBH sflflflk BBBBBBBKn-A-"'"' BBBBEBBBBBBBBBBS JBBBBi bbbbbk-S!!l''?'bbbbbbbbbbbbbY'Ibk BBBBBbKSrPBBbSbWbB BViaBKH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl (-Kjj"r'l'-'lLr'L rfSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbBMLI i?L "ijBBBp'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl fBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBPL7.:s-4r? r A UfSVL. .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB MB$b't2-t'JiBBBF MRS. STUYVESANT FISH, New York society woman, who has evolved the idea of utiliring the in terval between her dinners and the informal dances, -by producing short operettas. rational systems which are teaching the youth of our land tn be consumers instead of producers, and onlv to ac quire Instead of to nerve. The politi cian has been a generation getting Into business, and we wlU e another gen eration gettlns him out. "Instead of schools such as we have to day, we must frame a system which will teach 'boys and girls individual responsibility, and now oniv through co-operation they may become useful members of society. NEWARK. N. J.. Jan. 2L The strike of the garbage collectors has been set tled, and the men will return to work this afternoon. The agreement was brought about by "Big Bill" Edwards, who had to make a compromise for Marrone, the city contractor. The conu-aci calls ror a uuneen-nour MURDER IS GUIENS REPLY TO OFFICIALS "Squealer" Is Killed When Gang Leader Is Convicted of At tack on Policeman. NEW TORK, Jan 21. Murder was the answer of NewYork gunmen today to the announced police war of exter mination against them. Almost simul taneously with the conviction this morn ing of "Dopey Benny" Fein, a notori ous gang leader, for an attack on Po lice Sergeant Patrick Sheridan, five other gunmen in a Bowery saloon. know as "Tho Tub of Blood."- shot and killed Thomas Murphy, after denounc ing him as a "squealer." A man knok as "Gyp, -the Blood since the original gangster of that name was sent to Sing Sing, following the no torious Rosenthal murder, is said by tho police to have been tho slayer of Mur phy. "You squealed and sent him up the river." it is said the gangster snapped, as he leaned across a saloon table and pumped three bullets into Murphy's heart. As his victim fell, Gyp II and four other men vanished from the place, and the police found only two men and two women In the groggcry when they burst through the door. They gave their name3 as Mrs. brace OuentlL Helen Powers, J. J. tinny, pro- pay ror i;, ror qn vers ana u xor -.- ---- -.- - d Josenh Mera. neipers. uverume is to oe paia ax ,;"" r- ' Tr. ' fl.-i-rwi thev had rate of 124 cents per hour. The men his Render. All declared they naa 1,1A .n.i,IM. - Jnmnt A I F.O T-aiT In HlO Killing. "UC &U WWD t.A MmfrgMnr1. nvnnmrv 11nlAc nip1L ChrrKCd With hOmlCldC "This kind of education will cost a gence is shown. 60c Embroider ed Brassieres, the contractor's property, unless negll- assassinatlon Murphy was or "Wera Xpw Pillars Ceunt West" J wl r ii m w ai n m, Button front and back Batiste Bras sieres, perfect flt ing and well made; deep eyelet em broidery yokes, 22c 720-722-724 7th Street N.W. 15c Children's Huslln Dresses, 7?sC Oood quality Caml.rlc Tixawers, made with work ed button holes and tine tucks; 2 to 12 years. 7c ISw $1.00 RUFFLED VOILE AND SWISS BLOUSES Extraordinary value Openwork Swiss and Checked Nain sook Blouses. Made with the popular ruffled neck and front and deep shoulders. Special ............. 59c $1.25 Embroidered Voile Waists, 69c High or low neck Voile Blouses, In, richly silk embroidered, lace trim med, and tailored" styles. Values to $1.25 , 69c $2.00 Novelty Waists, 98c Hundreds of beautifully modeled lace and embroidered voile blouses and waists; also pure linen Qfi skirts; in low or hljrh neck style Ow Stupendously Reduced Goats, Suits and Dresses for Immediate Clearance -$15.00 Suits and Coats Choice of Best Chinchilla and Zibeline Coats and All wool Storm Serge Suits, made in this fall's most approved styles. Former C zT Q'J prices to $i5.00. Clearance Dy I $35.00 to $40.00 Suits and Coats Exclusive ready-to-wear shops today get jzu.uu anu jd.uu ror inese suns ana Lxais. rinesr. or urai Lamp, oroaaciotn, ana cninchilla Coats, and elegant Broadcloth, Matelasse, and Silk Poplin Suits. Exquisite styles and perfect fitting. Reduced price '. . . $11.95 $10.00 Tango Coats, $3.55. New slashed front and long back coats of aU-wool Zebellne, made with velvet collars and cuffs; brown and gray. Gq CUT Clearance price OO.Otf $5.00 Serge Dresses, $2.95. Stunning: Lace Yoked Serge Dresses, trimmed with silk braid, stylish draped skirt, in rich shades of brown, JO QJT blue, and black 9aUO $3.50 to $5.00 Dress Skirts, $1.87. Plain shades series, striped and plaids, all-wool cloth skirts. In draped, tide effect, or tunic model garments; all Q-l QiT colors OX.OI hardly more sensational than tho con viction of "Dopey Bcnnj." the sang hter. It took a Jury in Judge Slalone's general sessions court just orty-flve mi.-.utes to convict tho gunman and, terrorized by consequences of their acts, most of thorn accepted a hint from Jndgro Malone and were escorted to their homes by police, through a crowd of gunmen nho stood sullen at the court's doo-. The maximum sentence for "Dopey" Benny'a" offense is five years In the penitentiary. He will learn hu fate Fri day. l'ein's eplrlt was not broken by his conviction. Aa ho was being led from the courtroom he leaned over toward Sentenat Sheridan and whispered sharply. "I'll get you yet." The influence of the gangsters was seon during Fein's trial, when nlno wit nesses, four of them women, all do clared the policeman had attacked tho gangsters. All. however, told a different story In detail, and failed to impress tho Jury with the gangster's Innocence. Senate Takes Up Fight For Strike Investigation The fight for an Investigation of tho Colorado strike was carried to tho Sen ate today. It has been waged in the House by Congressman Keating against big odds. Today Senator Thomas Intro duced a resolution for an Investigation by the Senate Education and Labor Committee. Senator Thomas' resolution was refer red to the Commute on Kducatlon and Labor. Tho Ashurst resolution for an Investigation of the Calumet strlko al ready is pending there. The startling charge Is made In the Thomas resolution that some of the mine operating companies have chosen the public officials and have maintained them, and have procured the unlawful naturalization of many foreigners. , Way to Distinguish Twins Twin brothers who hava been called up for service in a Paris regiment are so alike that It is lmpo.3lbIo to dis tinguish between them. The other day one was confined to barracks, and by changing his cap, with its regimental number, for that of nls brotner he was able to pass the guard whenever ho wished to go out, Tho cjlonel has now issued the following orJ'r to obvlato such tricks: "Tho Boldler bonhomme (even number) will wear bis hair as long as the regulations, construed with the utmost leniency, will allow, and will shave his beard and mustache. The soldier bonhomme (odd number) will allow his beard and mustache to grow full, and will nave hl9 hair reg ularly cut aa closely as possible by the regimental barber." London Dally Mall. Refugees in Albania Plead for Assistance With scores dying of hunger and cold, and hundreds suffering Intensely by a lack of food, clothing, and shelter, J100.000 would not meet immediate needs of tho refugees whoso homes were de stroyed by Servian troops In the moun tains of Albania. An urgent anneal for funds to alleviate soma of the dis tress was receivea yesterday by John Bassett Moore chairman of the Ameri can Red Cross International Relief Ccm mlttee. Theodore Holway, of the Red Cross relief committee at Sofia. Bulgaria, sent the appeal, his cable telling of a piti ful state of destitution In Bulgaria. "One hundred thovs&nd more refugees arriving, besides others," reads the mes sage. "It Is estimated SO.00O not re- GILS! GROW LOTS OF BEAUTIFUL HI! LUSTROUS, CHnllNG-25 CENT DANDERINE No more dandruff or falling ir A rail ci"ii-rT-Tc-a awaits you. To be possessed of a head of heavy, beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, wavy and free from dandruff is mere ly a matter of using a little Dandcrlno. It is easy and inexpensive to have nice, soft hair and lots of It. Just get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderlne now all drug stores rec ommend it apply a .lttle as directed and within ten minutes there will be an appearance of abundance; fresh ness, fulfflness and tn Incomparable gloss and luster and try as you will you cannot find a trace of dandruff or falling halrt but your mil surprise will bo after about two waeka' use, when you will see new hair fine and downy at first yes but really new hair sprouting out all over ycur sc&lp Dan dcrlno Is, we believe, the only sure hair grower; destroyer of dandruff and cure for Itchy scalp and it never falls to stop falling hair at once. If you want to provo how prptty and soft your hair really 's, moisten a cloth with a Uttlo Danderlne and carefully draw it through your hair taking one small strand at a time. Your hair will be soft, glossy and beautiful in Just a few moments a JellgUtful surprise awaits every one who tries thla. Advt. ccivlng government relief. Need food, clothing, fuel. Government and private relief entirely Insufficient, especially In provinces. Ono hundred thousand dollars would not meet immediate needs." "William "Wlllard Howard, of New York, who has Just reached London on his return from a 440-mile ourncy. partly on foot, through the devastated regions of Albania, says 20,000 refugees, mostly women and children, are cither starving or freezing to death. Eyeglasses nUHHB9BWSjVlBZEjjViBBBBBBHBBB frK BBBBBB -PBIbE Maybe you do not need glasses at all; but one thing cer tain, you can not fit yourself. It should be a crime to sell glasses out of a basket like scissors or thimbles. Will Yon Be Sure I qffer you help that helps safe spectacle fitting or a definite assurance that you do not need glasses. I examine the eyes and I furnish prescription glasses at prices altogether fair. v . If your glasses pinch or are crooked, let me adjust them it's no more to me than telling the time of day, but it's a big help to' your comfort. Do you know how little really good eye glasses need cost. Glasses guaranteed at from $1.00 up. SAMUEL EYESIGHT SPECIALIST 1209 G Street IV. W. 1 Clearing Out Men's Sox i Clearing Out Men's Shirts 15c Lisle Sox. H Black and Tan. Even thread Lisle 1 i Sox, double heels, toes and ribbed oi a . i B 7T-B ; tops .8-k 10c and 12c Gray, Blue, Tan and Brown seamless cotton sox, colors i 1 r absolutely fast .4-TC 50c, 75c and $1.00 Men's Shirts. Neat striped and figured percale shirts, coat style, with attached cuff$. S OQ to 7l3 size. Clearance price OVW $1.50 and $2.00 Men's Madras Shirts. Best Corded Madras and Cheviot Shirts in handsome striped patterns, coat style, with attached cutis. Pleated or plain i bosom 89c t8:8nt;t::i?t;;;it::t?:;8;ii:88Sit:B; ;;;;8888888888;iiiHi;tftr";?"?""t"Ttiiiiiiinitttftm 15e SS-ln. Wide Colored Ontlng .Flannel, 0&c Full 16-ln. wide very heav fleeced Colored Outing Flartnel, In pretty stripes, also un bleached; yd. wide. 9'2C 12Hc Black Sa- tine, STbc yd. Good quality splendid luster Mercerized Black Satlne, yard. 878C 60c Single Bed Sheets, 33c. Splendid quality good smooth round thread Cotton Sheets, finished with 3-ln. hems. 33c 75c Bed Table Cloth, 47c Extra good qual ity fast colored red fringed Table Cloths, of nice size and prettv designs. 47c 10c Tard.wJdc Percales, G?4c yd. Light and medium colors, in pretty patterns, full yard wide, - fast color percales. Thursday price, yard. 6c You'll Never Again Get Such Muslin Underwear Bargains 25c, 39c, and 50c Lace and Embroidery Drawers Sample pairs Draw- m & ers, good quality cotton, open or closed, trimmed with embroidery or lace. . . J. $1.00 and $1.39 High and V Neck Gowns Finest of Lace Medallions and Em broidery Inserting Gowns, made of finest cotton. Full cut, splendidly made.p Closing out price. 69c and 89c Embroidery Skirts, 39c Deep all-over embroidery, ruf fled, and lace edsc. vrlth Insert ing, skirts In lonir or short lengths; values to Sic. 39c 89c Combinations, 47c Embroidery and lace trimmed drawer combinations, with ribbon run through yoke; all AHf sires. Closlnsr Sale IC $1.00 Crepe Gowns, 49c. White, pink, and blue ollp-on Crepe Gowns, with lace edged yoke and sleeves: extra JQrt full cut 4yc 3tt::;:;:;t:::j:r:rt;:i::;;:::t:tti:;:;t:;;;;::;;t:;;i;;t:itt:rt:uxxt imm;Mmr;tttmtttttt;iiiiiiMim?ii"iiiiiinmtt 25c Pleated Ruffing. White and ecru, nett and face pleated ruffling in 3 desirable widths. Very CX.t special , 9ic 15c and 25c Baby's Mitts. White, Blue and Pink all-wool straight weave milts, for small babies. Clear-Q-ance price oC iiK. &i -"4 Great crowds are trooping to EVERYBODY'S to share in the phenomenal bargain-feast which this -"Clean-Up" Sale affords: Hundreds of high-grade shoes for men, women, and children are being sold at fractional prices, in order to clear our shelves of all odd lots and broken lines which we found on hand at the wind-up of our recent tremendous sale of smoke and water damaged shoes. We're determined to' make this a QUICK and COMPLETE Clean-UpandeasJic.pnde cutting which we have done-is-fill-ing our salesrooms with thrifty shoppers. These bargains are being eagerly snatcheuryou'Jl have to hurry-;to get your share. MM mm V Second Floor 1 285 pairs of Ladies' Finest Grade Button and Laced Shoes, regular $4.00 and $5.00 values; every size and width. AH the new tf rt C IT leathers and lasts. CLEAN UPX K price YLfxJyJ f SECOND FLOOR 179 pairs of Ladies' Low Shoes and Pumps, large variety of styles and leathers to select from ; every size and width ; tf AP $3.00 to $5.00 values. CLEAN UP I U PRICE V 17J SECOND FLOOR 78 pairs of Ladies' Satin Pumps, in black and colors. Low Covered Heel, Spool q fl f T Heel, and Louis XV Heel. CLEAN I UP PRICE y lmJJ SECOND FLOOR 67 pairs of Ladies' Bay State Storm I r Rubbers, sold everywhere at 75c. QL " P CLEAN UP PRICE iJJ THIRD FLOOR 160 pairs of Ladies' Low Shoes an3 Pumps. Buy now and save $2.25 on each pair, ri r Sizes up to 454. Every pair a $3.00 P value. CLEAN UP PRICE I Vl SECOND FLOOR Black, tan, white, and all the new 7A shades Ladies' Silk Hose; $1.00 and i tW $1.50 values. Clean Up Price I UU Black, tan, and white Ladies' Silk Lisle and Gauze Lisle Hose; 50c values. T Clean Up Price JJJ Black, tan, white, and all the new f shades Ladies' Silk Hose; 50c -values.. JlU Black, tan, and white Ladies' Silk f Lisle and Gauze Lisle Hose; 35c values, f Clean Up Price JV Third Floor 104 pairs of Children's Low Shoes, Blucher Oxfords and Pumps. Sizes up to J P eleven. Values up to $2.00. CLEAN ZlKf UP PRICED lJJ '. THIRD FLOOR 180 pairs of Misses' and Children's High and Low Shoes; also six-strap Roman p Sandals. Values up to $3.00. CLEAN UKf UP PRICE 7JJ THIRD FLOOR 138 pairs of Ladies' Low Shoes, Patrician, American Girl, and other celebrated makes, also Men's and Women's High Shoes. (T fl P Values up to $3.50. CLEAN UP ! S PRICE r ImOsJ THIRD FLOOR 97 pairs of Ladies' Button Boots, a large va riety of sizes and widths. Real tf M JT $3.00 and $3.50 values. CLEANS I tJL UP PRICE " 1 I J THIRD FLOOR 199 pairs of Ladies' High Shoes. This lot comprises some of the best trade-marked shoes in the country; all new leathers, Patent, Gun Metal, Tan, Nubuck, Tan Calf, etc. All d sizes and widths. A rare chance. Jk I U CLEAN UP PRICE " 1 J J THIRD'FLOOR 17 pairs of Children's Leggins at less than . the regular price and $1.25 f A values. Last chance. CLEAN UP "P PRICE JJJ HOSIERY FOR EVERYBODY Black, tan, navy, and gray Men's f Lisle Half Hose; 19c and 25c values. I IT Clean Up Price 1 M V Black, tan, and white Misses' and Child's Gauze and Ribbed Hose; 19c I JP and 25c values. Clean Up Price lul Third Floor 137 pairs of Men's Trade-marked Goodyear Welt Shoes. Several celebrated "t QP makes sold regular $3.50 to $5.00. m X CLEAN UP PRICE Y lmUJ THIRD FLOOR 47 pairs of Men's Goodyear Welt Button and Laced Shoes; also 30 pairs of But- IT ton and Blucher Oxfords. $3.00 to Ml K $4.00 values. CLEAN UP PRICE. r 9JJ THIRD FLOOR 157 pairs Mens Goodyear Welt Button, Bluch er, and English Laced Shoes. Also 30 pairs Men's Low Shoes, Burt make and other celebrated makes. Patent, Gun Metal, Tan tf rt P Calf, and Yici Kid. Values $3.50, S $4.00, $5.00. CLEAN UP PRICE, "f UsJJ THIRD FLOOR 4 100 pairs of Men's Trade-marked High ShoeSj in Patent, Gun Metal, and Tan Calf. All the new last, Burt & Packard and Heywood f 7 C make. $4.00 and $5.00 values. K CLEAN UP PRICE V Lf I J THIRD FLOOR 87 pairs of Ladies' Low Shoes, Pat- J P ent, Gun Metal, and Tan Calf. Small Zj, " P sizes-only. CLEAN UP PRICE f JJ THIRD FLOOR 53 pairs of Men's Rolled Edge Rub- WA bers, sold everywhere at $1.00. CLEAN lP UP PRICE... I JJ THIRD FLOOR Black, tan, navy, and gray Men's 1 A Silk Lisle Half Hose; 25c and 35c I 1P values. Clean Up Price A V Men's 50c Silk Half Hose. Clean C Up Price LtJJ Ladies', Misses', and Children's Plain f and Ribbed Hose, 25c values. Clean I MP Uu Price IWV Black, tan, and colors Ladies' Silk 4 Lisle Hose; 50c values. Clean Up I P Price ....j J llr SHOE STORE 7th & D Sts. N. W. 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