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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1919.
T -BUNKERS' VIEW OF A -EUROPE'S EUIURE li Combine to Finance B & now RevW ta Sfrfeken - Unifa. TOHJC. Oct. 4. Tkat Kttroee's oWftolaatod aaaacee should b b(- vp u t business proposition. for the American people, rather as an act of charity, is the con ns of opinion amour lead lac ueine- bouses of Wall street. ascertain tae attitude of nnaa- aen towards Europe's situation. iber f flnaacial men were asked nfo Milnlnna vmmmvAlm TCti rmtAAst tswle. The opinions were unanimous tint; rood snonid ho sent to Burope eoe'loaavtime. credit, until enough gtfsjn are produced on the other sldej orne auuu to oven up ireoe ea- tfear that aa em- oa rood roiar to Europe would iHOBn ertces in the United States, immgk they agree thajt Anerieaa ytfcaW are soaring heeause -oi the nsgfctof lrriag let Europe. Theyeea- tbat prices will not drop here they have cone down la the Important Buropean ecaatrie. oc the surplus supplies 'would pile up here if aa esa- ino were placed. Ita proof of tholr aeeertleets, the Wafl Street eoonomlsts .point to the aajaartfb fat certain - oods, such as for example, enormous eean- of which are ready vtele ship- some roods are already in which cannot he aelled. Xx- Who hoar honest thM mod forsaiinaettt are simply holding onto S ft !& $ t v I - A Vsnjjf - .. NjJ t"rr'':fVaf ffisLV''-' -jJ v sammal SaffllsN afi A IllaXMa jmiii i n i ? i r jssr r nr ai iv juottc -wSmW M&Ok?F2 sXif jfgii I. " assafljL A MaWsnmaa llw lJl '""''M-T ffsaWsaMa! e" assa fcv "-sw CT flgflasBg'5 P a the ether aaad. It w potato ajt that eoadttloa oannot a become 4 psjmntly stable, ta one part of the unui jsarope is settle, stup or zoodiand materials to m which will enaWe that oontinont t e sfahllsh normal IhrJbe: copdl-J onmaaruy Mas expensive than of America, will result in jaa of roods, to America at redwood' This would rtasr American i tenete down permaneatly. . , . .Bankers also point out taesbraat- aate of buying credit la Eyops at ' taw-time when America would receive prices for roods. The It would remain credit, since Bu nas no gold to pay. untU.it is hack la roods manufactured in These Mods would be sold tesmerlcans at atach reduced prices. U Varopean condkams become normal aj stabilised, and tmeriran capital Mpta benefit by the drop. ooafldent are'.apmet- roarers of aradvantare of pafttadf'Xardpe nsrraeet mat tney asaap combination, to behasMo up of all the iarrer financial Jaatftutiea of 4baeriea. Thi OTfcsniaafraon ceuJdlj tfansiLu all countries acoardiaa- tor aer needs, aad could eee that, the fj sanacier tisthhis ret oa xaeir zeeu Mornin Starts Tomorrow Values This Store Has Four Pages in the Star Will Be Offered to the the g at Lansburgh & Bro. With EVER Offered. Four Pages in Tell of the EXTRAORDINARY Public So Long As They Last, GREATEST the Post aiid Bargmns That i 59th Anniversary Sale of 500 Beautifully TrimMed Hats on aajner ' .Jhe leaders of this plan say that a competitive system, credit for iaarrer and stronrer countries- be znrapihed by the stranger la America at aouneJ rates Iterest. Weaker countries, beiac secure Investments, would be mftced to pay hirh rates which they efamot afford. In addition they would weMably have to ro to weaker banks. TpiB arraaremeat would be bad for beOt debtors and creditors, it is held ahd-mirht cause an unstable eondi WSk of the money market for some a- Wall Street aad ether .lfew Text financial interests arc net of Burope' ability to "come is shown by the way bankers are; preoarinar to lend credit ' Many are e-peculatin; in foreign exehanre wae the dollar buy on many French fraifcc or German mirks, plaetns; the jaeaey oa depostylln Paris or Berlin at.,-Interest, and; waiOar until Bu ieMfs money climbs nearer normal, wheat prospects are considered food ay.-aaany for doubUaa; oa the specu BIRMINfflAM MEGRO 'AGITATOR ARRESTED aJmsaCNOHAX Ala, Oct. V-Lewls afnCblt. aoare, "was taken in custody by lecal police late met airh..as he was adressia; a mob of about 900 e rroes at a downtown corner. A squad of policemen.niehed the crowd in mass formation. aay knives were flashed ami numerous throats uttered by the nee-roe. Police nevotvers, however, averted trouble sVtserves have been ataxloaed la -the aefro districts of tel& aad Police twee t. J. Shirley ana take precaa ueas to handle the pne nr car. ckajw. HfUSKIKK, K. Y Oct 8. Three persons are dead and fifteen others injured as a result of eollietem be tween two trolley cars here last BtaL ADVERTISEMENT FREE TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS A P"r 5tlW That Amy Om U Withoat Discomfort c Lees of Tfaw. JfiL?rSVm2LJ!wtt- tluit aeatrsls juae. aae ww wast vu m .. . JP""- JfliS.1?!" whtar yoer cue i gfj-ffy,? .f? la what tj r mnaed seeaM relieve ym r MatHlllr mm . -....a l. .. mtLitiiiZ-Z." T" " . S??SlL?Jw ? fatted. iitefi-;: rsr SiS2 aiw-eBra aaueeam. aeaaaaai msa isi am Io it Toear. Pasm73hBasvVaP& sBBsssVaamam Cslaaalemaaa G99 lwJMaPPA TaaaaaV saaPaaT maaraaWaaaav CMuaaamv - mm9k aaaCaaaaV BBMiBwmaaaW aaaamsaa masBaaV saaaa Va9"aa aaaaaaaaamma eamaV maaVCaessmmV ammm VgsaMB BmsS " smmamnf AwmsamaamaaaaaaaS bbtK kLmmAv4 .smmaaaaaaaaaal 3 WTW taaA. 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These boots are some of this season's fayor ites at $11 to $16 a pair. All Leathers Are Represented All Types of Heels Hand-sewn and Goodyear welted goles. While the size ranee in everv stvle reDresented is not complete, ail lengths are in the lot from'1 to 8 and widths from AAA. to D. No matter what your taste may be or for what purpose you desire shoes, come to ..this sale. The. shoes will be arranged on tables according to sizes for convenient choosing. occand Floor LdnsbWgh & BrO. r- "Mte .saaamssT "wL 7 jT 41hjf mfc j9mitim 7m. , S sraT aaaKsaaamh saaaaaaarA tv ssaaasss aaaaaaasaiad PBsssap aTf 7 .BBBBBamBaXamfa-,. Values '5-95 to 7 t -. y '' .75 7 $3 9 ?V Mf- -!Sf. .t.V ' 1 . -r-9i. By.fkr the greatest" Yaltie Wfe wlfi Be t$ktM:j0i. this year considering the fact that this stle comes rat at the'opeaing of the smsoh. You will appreciate this sale all tKe more wkn you realize how scarce and how hard It Is to procure trimmed hats at this time due io curtafled production and labor troubles. Eyary hat is lfl, LyomC or I-4-'";' aSasPBssPJ BBBBaaaaaBBP' If 'bbbbI BbbbbbK mmJWBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBalBsr WVdC M ImTSM) Included are tetge mMors ami hots with high coiortd nmi$rfwckit smck as with rose or pcock, mumm mb nil round roll chin chin hats as wU as many dos- fkting turbans. . The trimmings are' narrow grosgrain and w ribbons, ostrich, beaver edging, burnt fxacie&vfioM;. and ornaments. Eyary color of fal is riprinalaiiiBiJ tbarc arc ako plasty of hsarlrr, - ' The assortment is made up from three dfc-New York's best makers- of medium-pricepl milHiMarf-f mot odd and aas, hmt ImU Jnifwrl to mM at $.f6 to $7.50, but which we procured at a specitliice rv for this anniversary sale. ; ' No Exchanges and No Q O. 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Sizes It to 30, but not all sizes in all styles. Lot No. 2 (9 nr Values up to $6- - - LimXJij Fine corsets made of imported coutile in me dium and low bust styles with hose supporters. All long hip models such a Warners, C. B., American Lady. La Grecque and R. & G. cor sets. Also Front Lace Frolaset models. Sizes 19 to 36, but not all sizes in all styles. $2 Corsets, $1.49 Odd lots of corsets of white or flesh cou tile In medium and low bust styles. Sizes 19 to 2S. First Fleer. 75c Bandeaux 50c A special sale of Bandeaux made of flesh meeh. Also brassieres with fine embroid ery trimming. Sizes 34 to 46. First Fleer. Thfa-s FloorLaw hi nc A Jtre. 59m Anniversary Sale ofSatin With Colored Embroidery Trimming 95c JS2.25 $3.00 2 to 6 in. wide. $3.00 Value. Yard. 6 to 9 in. wide. $4.00 Value. Yard 14 to 18 in. wide. $5.00, $5.75 Value. These trimmings are at prices which will certainly mean unusual savings. An opportunity to . make wonder ful selections for fixing up last season's frock or suit or trim ming the new one. Other trim mings for making vests, gir dles and bags. Handsome table runners may be made by adding a metal edginsr. First Floor Lansbureh & Bro. HWfs i 59th Anni versary Sale 7c Value, 6 for 30c Women's Sheer Lawn Handkerchiefs with color ed rolled edges and colored embroidered initials. 9 on a card. . 10c Value. 3 for 25c, Men's Cambric full siae Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Women's fine sheer lawn er soft cambric aeraetiteaed Handkerchiefs. 25c Value, 3 for 50c or 1 8c each Crepe de Chine Handker chiefs with piquot edges and embroidered corners. All tints. 35cValuet6for$1.75 Men's All-Linen Handker chiefs in full hemstitched Ficst Floor Lansburgh & Bro. Up $Q.98 to O Blouses 4 .89 s Size 36 to 46 A waist sale that we KNOW will eclipse ANY otter sale of its kind in value-giving and quality. 500 high-grade waists given to us by a mawfacrerer who was willing to take a LOSS in order to help us have a rousing 59th Anniversary Sale. , Every Style Represented Slip-on models with or withoat collars; square, rowsd or V Becks, with pleated frills; flat or roll coUar, or gathacsef raffle forming a collar. Embroidered, Beaded, Braided, Trimmed WithVal Venise or Ffte Laces White, Flesh, Bteqoe, Gray, FHm, Nary, Ac" Vahe ta f$JM at $4.89. Sizes 36 to 46. ..... second Tioor lansburgh & JBjXk' Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M:9 Cioe P. M. THE STORE OF GREATER SERYKl IsaKsssaf akssssaB sssan IssssaV S20-430 Seventh St, Tknmgh t9M5L XI y if r-A u :J 4 1 a J4 4T-" J