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IHE WASaiiNUTOA TliMKH, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1S19.
3 IfiOfiS TAKE KG LEAVE ENGLAND TO DODGE HIGH TAXES Singer Brothers Return to America Because of Steep Tariff On Wealth.. Rube Goldberg's Boobs BUT IT DOESN'T MEAN ANYTHING By Goldberg Copyright. Ul. BjB.li Qoldbr.-s. Copyright. Jl By R. I OeMtwrs. DROP IN CHICAGO "PHILADELPHIA. Sept- 11. Adam Mortimer Singer and his brother, "Washington M. Singer, -who have been living in England, are returning to Aajerica, according to & copyrighted dispatch from London to the Phila delphia Public Ledger. They go home because after the pay ment of the income tax to tne United States they are taxed 10 shillings 6 peace to the pound of the remainder. Adam Mortimer Singer said: "One of my brothers has already re turned. By going to llye in America ire should double our incomes. A man living In England who has 100,000 $500,000) income from the United States, first pays 12 per cent national tax and 50 per cent surtax to America. Then he pays 10 shillings 6 pense in the pound on the balance of 38 per iceot to Great Britain, leaving 19,000 $95,000) for himself. If this man had a residence in France, his income taxes in the three countries -would ex ceed 100 per cent." Other -wealthy Americans are likely to follow the example of the Singer brothers on account of the double tax ation during peace times without the stimulus the same levy Inspired when the war was la progress. frAIAS 11 STORIES BUT XjIVKS. NEW YORK, Sept. JJL Cella Tan neobaum, stepping on a ventilator to "snap" the Pershing parade, fell through the glass and down an eleven-story shaft She will live, though both legs and an arm were broken. It Is to Towr best Interest to pat year Uhtxtr Bead interest In W. 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Tbousaads of live kegs at the CM oago steok yards weat'aasdUl tklB morning, some as lew as S14L2C, whers as on August 28 the advaat ef be prices under 1 was hailed as -Ising notable relief to suffers rs frosm high cost of living. Xvea befere to day's decline, the drep la hog value of late was declared to be saaryeet since 2967. Isduatrlal uncertainties aaa. faMtec off la export business to pravjsleas were raentioned as a0Bg the reasoas for the continued breaks Sa the bee market. Growers were said to be i anxious to dispose of all surplus kegs owing to the threfctejje. strike 1 stock yard aad pAcklag koase em ployes. On the other hand, packers were hampered tbyte reeeat abaorssat weakBese of fotelgn exchange. At the board of Trade yesterday both grain aad provisloas shewed" downward tendency as a result ef tiM arrival of the $14 hog. tr ? AVIATOn FLIKS 300 BIILES. PARIS, Sept. 11. Commander Vuillemln, the aviator, has arrived at Vlllacoublay from Cairo, Kgypt, hav ing flown about 2.500 miles In three flights. mHaABamsnsaSr M aWsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMsHSr BBBBBBBBBBBBBBsW. .BSaSBBBBBBBBBH' -BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV $2,000,000 DAMAGE IN FLORIDA STORM Hurricane Razes Houses, Outs Swath Through Pine For ests, and Sinks Ship. Everybody Knows There's nothing like a "SOFT Hat for early fall. And there's iiothing like a BEODrS, Inc., Hat of any style, "SOFT" or "STIFF." We have both kinds. mL f - yy V Jm f Jr c $4 to $6 LARGEST ASSORTMENT OE GAPS IN CITY 503-5 9th St. Qaatify Hai SHanafaeturers and Retailers 419 11th St. OPPOSITE EVESTIWG STAR BUILDING KEY "WEST, Fls-, Sept. 11. Ixwer Florida was paralyzed yesterday as a result of the violent hurricane ' that passed over that section. Not a hquse in this city escaped damage. Three hundred and twenty frame buildings practically were razed, two church edifices wrecked, and Ave retail stores tipped over. Ihe damage is estimated at more than $2,000,000. Shipping off the coast met with dlR aster. Several small vessels were sunk and others were driven to the reefs. A high wind and rough sea prevented rescue work. In the little town of Goulds, near Miami, eight buildings were destroy ed totally and thirteen were partially demolished. The hurricane cut a swath through the pine forest from Biscayne bay and struck the village with terrific force. Only one house was left standing In Marathon, a asnalf village. Although, the property damage was enormous not a single fatality has been reported. The steamer Grampus with a crew of fourteen men was sunk in the Key west harbor. Then of the men were rescued in an exhausted condition. One dead body was recovered and three others are missing. Don't Complain About the High Cost of Shoes When All Your Old Shoes Can Be "Rebuilt" Like New in Our "Modern Shoe Hospital" - Now is the Time. Send us or bring us . ALL! of your "old shoes" from last season or from any season to be restored to service and looks practically equal to when they were new. You can't have any idea of what a factory-equipped REBUILDING plant like the "HAHN Modem Shoe Hos- ' pital" can do with seemingly worn-out shoes until you have actually seen the work. There's an exhibit of this superior brand of shoe-re- building at our Main Store; look it over and then come ? i irand learn that prices on work of this character are not I appreciably higher than ordinary work. " Q S lt J 24-HOUR SERVICE tA.C3L tKUM YUUK 2S5PAreJ5 NEAREST "HAHN" STORE South American Envoys Say D; C. January Too Cold for Trade Congress RIO JANEIRO, Sept. 11. The Brazilian delegates to the second Pan-American financial congress, which President "Wilson has call ed to meet In Washington in Jan uary next, have asked that the holding of the congress be post poned for a few months. They desire that the session be deferred, if possible, to a warm er period of the year, so that the Brazilian and other South Amer ican delegates will not be ex posed to the winter weather in North America, .to which, they are not accustomed. CIGARETTE SALES SHOW BIG INCREASE Internal revenue statistics tJust is sued by the Treasury Department show that fewer cigars andsless chew ing and smfiking tobacco Hve're used in the fiscal year 1019 than in any of the last seven years. The consumption of cigareues, nowever, was two ana a half times larger during the current year than in 1013. The enormous use of cigarettes by BOldiers during the war and the in crease of smoking among women are reasons conjectured for the large use of cigarettes, although the official re port does not touch upon an explana Hon. ' SIGNED TREATY DUE IN VIENNA TODAY PARIS. Sept 11. Dr. Karl Renner, head of the Austrian peace delega tion, Is due to arrive in Vienna with the signed treaty today. Now the Austrian pact In out of the way the conference a giving its attention to the Bulgarian treaty. It Is expected that the Bulgars will get their treaty before Sunday. GOVERNMENT BANS RADICALS IN CORK DUBLIN. Sent. 11. Suppression of the Sinn Fein, the Gaelic League, the Irish Volunteers and the Cumann No Moan society in the city and county of Cork has been proclaimed by the government.. The government has also declared that the first section of the criminal law procedure act of 1887 shall be applied to Cork, Limerick. Clare, Tlp perary and Dublin counties. CHICAGO COMMUNE NOWPACING ARREST Police Heads and Attorneys Scrutinize Soviet Plat form for Evidence. CHICAGO, -Sept 11. Municipal at torpeys and heads of "the police de partment are today studying a copy of the complete platform of the- com' munlst party, an offshoot of the recent National Socialist party. In an effort to "see our way clear to arrest the en tire outfit." A copy of the platform was turned over to Police Chief J. J. Garrlty by Detectives McDonough and Egan. of the anarchist squad, who, disguised as an "out-of-town delegate," attended the recent meeting of the communists and managed to obtain a copy of the platform. , "Evidence secured by the detectives show the party is made up of the most radical of anarchists. Bolshevists. I. W. W., and representatives of Lenlne and Trotsky,' Police Chief Garrlty said. ARRANGE PLANS FOR OLD DEFENDERS' DAY Plans are being made by the Mary land State Society for celebrating Old Defenders' Day, tomorrow, at Central High school. The Star-Spangled Banner Chorus will assist the society la their celebration. "The Sift Iriilt Tint Tirielh Amy Wrai' fcfcTV srr itvan; NOH-INTOXICATW Sees to be ass "Sraas Caacdaa Beverage lee Per Ceat Perfect fa BverrtaJstg Tba Slakes for CTeasare aa SatJefaettea. All Good Deafen la Wasaspgfear 310 Tetrta St. 27. W WasMaciasw I 1 vL I Vv v VV S0fc BIBBBBBBBUBBIBIBBISSSBBI V Vrysssiw A Wonderful Special-Purchase of Men's New Fall Shoes 5 Myj. One Thousand Pairs Go qji Sale Friday Morning--$10 to $15 Valuesthe Pair We bought these long ago, men, and bought them "Right." We've been waiting a long time for them to come in; now that they're here, they're going to net Washingtonians a. total saving of $4,000. Are you going to get your share?. tf&S JbB SAYS HUSBAND IS CRUEL, SHE SUES FOR DIVORCE Alleging cruelty and non-support, Mrs. Frances J. Burton yesterday filed suit in the District Supreme Court against Harry G. Burton 'or a limited divorce and alimony. Mrs. Burton, represented by Attorney Paul A. Sher ier, alleges that he was a widower with thre children when she marriel him and that during their courtship he represented to her as having only one child. The wife asserts that whenever she undertook to correct them hor hus band would Interfere and beat 'up. Mrs. Burton asks the court to restrain her husband from selling an automo bile which she aleges he purchased with her money. They were married February 2, 1012. Illustrated A black calf English shoe, with perforated tip and square-quarter-effect stitching. Illustrated A mahogany calf medium toed blucher, with rawhide in sert in sole; a durable, com fortable number. fpT I Illustrated A tan Russian calf shoe, with smart perforations at tip, throat, quarter, counter, and lace-stay; modi fied toe. ACQUITTED, BUT FORFEITS 8250. DANVILLE, Va., Sept. 11. Tried in his absence after he had "Jumped" his bail bond of $250, C. C. Coop e rid ere has been acquitted of a vio lation of the Mapp act by a Jury which heard the evidence. Policemen found a pint of whiskey in the pocket of his coat, found in a wagon he was driving1. After putting up bond he left the city. He cannot now recover the bond, even though he has been cleared of the charge. Illustrated A mahogany calf military (plain toe) shoe, with square quarter - effect stitching. i 1 1 If M Illustrated A mahogany calf shoe over custom last, with field mouse calf top, snappily perforated. and ten times as many more, and equally good, new styles V a . a 400 Pairs Are Manufacturer's fi SAMPLES, in Sizes 7 and U B and C You know what these samples are, men the very best that can be made perfect in every detail of design and workmanship, and of the highest quality. There's $2 to $7. extra value in every pair of these shoes, at this 7.95 price. Tan, mahogany, black, and English, modified, custom, brown calf, black calf, black kid, mA;m a ua ua tan and brown kid; also, two-tone me?lumt' an ?d-toe shoes with calf, kid and buck mjenals and designs to suit any tops of the newest grays and and every man who wears these browns. sizes: 7, 7 C, 7 B, 7-C t - .,-..; 600 Pairs Represent Three Complete Lines: Blacks. Tans & Novelties, in Sizes for Everyone These, too, men, as well as the samples, are big extra values by reason of the advantageous purchase. There aren't so many styles, but the size ranges are complete, and at that there is at least one style to suit YOUR taste in footwear. Men and young men alike with an eye to effecting a sharp saving will be th& first on hancl, Friday morning and will lay in a supply at the price., Eahn Stores Are Again Open All Day mSSS. SatKrda' 7&&KfeAfeS These Shoes on Sale at all Four Stores : A S p