HSBTS ON DANCE WITH
FRENCH CHAMP; OUSTED
r MRIA Jan. T.?Am IntoaJoated
Baillih due base *u pat oat of
Cirg'i the moat faahionabia cabaret
restaurant la Parts, laat aig'bt lor !??
?tatln? upon dancing with Oaorgea
Oirpeotlw. the heavyweight rham
iiian at EurObt
Car pan i tar. who waa with hla man*
uv and eoiue frlenda. waa greatly
amharraaaad br tha Incident, and
blushed aa wallers wera leading tha
woman away Ha and hla frlanda de
parted immediately afterward.
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dresses. blouitea, stocking*, aklrta,
children's coats, feathers, draperies,
The Direction Book with each
package tails so plainly l*ow to dia
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THIS YEAR WORST IN
HISTIffiY, SAYS POPE
Clergy Mutt .Oppose Ideas
Which Are Undermining In
stitutions, He Declares.
ROME. Jan. T.?Thia la ona of tha
worat yeaia In tba btatory of hu
manity. Popa Benadlet declared In an
address to a datamation of Roman
Tha Pope's addraaa was made at an
audlanca ha granted tba nofclllty.
Prince Orslnl ?ai to have read a m?a
?age to the Pope, but because of bis
lllneaa It waa delivered by Prince
Tha clergy and nobility both did
their full duty toward the war, the
Pope satd, the churchmen working In
hospital* and among refugees, while
the nobility fought In the neld.
"Our work la yet unfinished," the
Pope warned. "The clargy muat a?t
an example to athera aupportlng the
people'a vlrtuea and opposing Ideas
which are undermining our Institu
"The nobility should flght extrava
gant and offensive fashions and de
vote themselves to philanthropic
GALE OVERTURNS TRAIN.
VALENCIA. Spain, Jan. T.?A pa*
I senger train was overthrown by a
| hurricane near Denla. and mora than
I sixty passengers were Injured, most
' of them seriously.
24 SHIES FAVOR
Kentucky and Rhode Island
Ratify Amendment by Good
FRANKFORT, Ky.. Jan. T.?Itatl.
flcatlon of the Kederal woman suf
frage amendment was completed by
the huiucky legislature lata yeetar
day afternoon. Tha houaa of repre
sentatives voted 73 to 30 and tha sen.
ate 30 to 8 to ratify tha amendment.
PROVIDENCE, R I., Jan. T.?Tfce
Federal woman suffrage amendment
was ratified by the leglaiature yaa
lerday. The ratification resolution
passed tha house by a vote of M to S
and a few minutes later was adopted
by the aenate with one' dls^antlDg
NEW TORK. Jan. T.?Rhode Island
and Kentucky's ratification of the
Federal woman auffrage amendment
brings the number of Stales which
have accepted It to twenty-four Itati
flcatlon of twelve more States la
necessary before tha amendment ba
Women of twenty-one State*, In
cluding Rhode Island, will enjoy
Presidential suffrage thla year re
gardless of whether the amendment
becomea effective before the Free!
dentlal primaries, according in suf
frage association officials. Theae are
Rhode Island. Indiana. Iowa. Maine,
Minnesota. Missouri. Wisconsin. Ohio,
Illinois. North Dakota. x?hn?l(? v?r.
?Mat. Tennaaaee. tficblgaa Kaaaaa.
*?? Tork ilutMi Ulah California.
*?U> t?tM4 4n4 Lll?l*to. Of UkM*
IndltAl, Vermont, and Tinnwci
have not yet r?U(l?4 ihe Federal
?(aim which have r?tlde4 the
unandintnt and lo which Prealdeutlal
womaa auffraga ihia year la capUngrnt
upon the amendment becoming rffect
ive are Pennaylvaaia. Maaaarhuaettg,
New Hampshire. Arkanaw and Teaaa.
Mpeclal legislative aeaalena to take
action on amendment already have
bean railed for the neat few weeka
by Oregon and Idaho, Artaona. Na
vada, Oklahoma. Washington, and
Wyoming alao are espaetcd to call
"leal Her rUeen "
Uy<J. . bloaeoms are fresh cat aad lest
la?. 1114 F ? Advt
D C TO RASE $20,000
FOR U. s. CHAMBER HOME
IUpreaaa(*(lva bwlnMi >nd pr o
man of Washington all
thia aflrmoon to dlKuaa ??/? and
muni I* raiae 920,000 (or (ha build
III fund ?( lha riitmbai ?( Com
merce of tba Untied-tilalea
The Washington Board of Trtda
waa repree?nied at tba meatlng
by Jamei K Oyster, president, and
J Harry Cunningham, secretary Col.
Kobert N. Harper, praaldai.( o( (be
Washington 1'himMt of Commerce,
and A. E Itaymour. aacretary,
rcpresraled tha locpl chamber, and Jo
soph Btrtorlck and ClurlM 1. Colum
bue. prretdont ttd MfiMiD. r? I
?( Ik* H?kU?U and I
M*nii(M(<ir??r AM*ciMi??. r*^rww.
?d thai organisation
Wuhl?|l?ii'l quota of UI.Md I* to
bo raised from Indlrldual eube<rip
tione The local chamber has already
? ub.cnbed 11 000 to the fund
J ah I. Joy Kdeon. treasurer of the
Chamber of Commtrce of the United
Mtatca, tailed the moating of local
MOMTOOMKRY. Ala. J?n I Rei
resenlative William B Bank head, of
Jasper. representative from the Tenth
Alabama district. today qualified
with the sacrstary of state as ? can
didate to succeed himself In the prim
ary to be conducted neat May.
DYING HAM PLEADS
TO FXEE ASSAILANT
1. A WHENCE Mm*. Ja? T?PlNl
HtnufM. former eoanlMloMr of
work*. dU tated yiitirdtr fran
wh?l may pro?? hi* dMtk bed t toi
ler urging the relcaae ou parol* of
I >? n n i ? H. Plan, i former t<Mtwr,
who It serving ? ?*ntrnce of right
year* In th? Vltlt prison for ?hool
ing lUDMgti Hi 1916.
Itannagan wag taken to ? hospital
a few day* ago daagerously III from'
the effect of a throat wound inflicted
by ono of the four ahota fired by Finn, i
The ahootlng wai the result of poUV'
To Haw Perfect Shut
Throughout thm Winter
Tkaaa da>a tb* l?'r aad Naada M?t
?MtUI an aad ?tt?nu?o atroag tMi
?utck ck*n|M of l?mpfrilar< from ladaora
la guiloura. trt hi?? ih? akin Tkui
4mp?iUi| l# ai? bui uv<rconi< bjr IN
? l>lillo4tiM af pur* martoll**! *ti. Thu
kaapa akin and para la ? rlwul) taadl
tloa iba (omi>ltituu taauiifullr whita t?.i
apollaaa OupM, raddanad Vlaukx aad
rotighaaad < uUci* an actually abaarb?<i
Oaa oaaoa ?( maraaliaad ?ti aMau.
aklt al aajr dru? aiora. la avlkwal la *aai
Jilataiy'raiaavata a ??alhtr kniin complex
oa 11 la aaad Ilk* <old ir.im. allow*.!
I? rrmain on ovar metal, and ?aabad al
In Iba morales.
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^THE HUB FURNITURE Co., 7th and P Sts.-N. W.]
| Close Daily >1 6 P. m! ):
January Furniture Clearance
Generous Savings?Liberal Credit Terms
Bath 9 1*49
January Reduction in Bedroom Suites
Liberal Credit Terms
* Solid Oak Bedroom Suite, three pieces,
consisting of Dresser, Chif
fonier and strong, con tin- C* m TC
uous-post white enamel BedT " ?
January Reduction Sale
Four-piece Adam Period Suite of Amer
ican walnut, consisting of large Dresser,
triplicate mirror Toilet f arf a 7C
Table, Chiffonier and ^ | L (I' ^
Wood Bed. January Re- I mm ml
duction Sale Price
Four-Piece Period Bedroom Suite, consist
ing of Aroericsui Walnut Dresser, Chiffonier,
Toilet Table and 2-inch ? m m g\ f)f)
continuous-post BrassV' f J
Bed; January Reduction I I If
Sale Price ? ? W
Bedroom Suite, like shown; four-post
Bed of wakut, large Dresser, Chiffonier
and a triplicate mirror M 7C
ToOet Table to match* J A (I* ' ?
January Reduction Sale
Square Tube Metal Bed
One of the widest knmni and most used
One of the
metal Beds in the world
Shown finished in mahog
any wood finish, full size.
January Reduction Sale
Liberal Credit Terms
January Clearance of
Three-Piece Den Suites
Three-piece Fumed Oak Living Room Suite,
exactly like the illustration?Armchair, Rocker
and Settee. Fumed oak frames, automobile seats
of genuine Spanish leather. January Reduction
Three-piece Living Room Suite, consisting of
fumed oak Table with magazine racks and drawer,
Armchair and Rocker upholstered in imitation
leather. $32.75 value; January Reduction Sale
Four-piece Fumed Oak Living Room Suite,
consisting of large Table, Settee, Armchair and
Rocker; also finished in mahogany, uphol
stered in imitation leather; also finished in
mahogany with seats of velours. Choice in
the January Reduction Sale
Liberal Credit Terms
Mahogany Frame Davenport Bed, up
bolstered and covered in genuine Spanish
leather. Regular price $97.75, January
Reduction Sale Price
Massive Mahogany Cane Back End
Davenport Bed, upholstered and covered
with tapestry. Regtusu- price, $108.00.
January Reduction Sale Price
Library $ / /? 75
A well constructed Table with
shelves at each end, and large
drawer. Special price in the Jan
uary Reduction Sale.
^arge sise, nickel trim
med, guaranteed odorless
and safe. Provides beat
in rooms when most de
Our "Steel Drum" tJHP*
of heater that's proving
so satisfactory with our
customers Pipe free
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