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SRABD M tVW.UA of Attak en D iga Ma. LA.a-J.Ig.a .a i. Mr &LI" ~LAM8ON, V7., July la 3 Per Cnt ier YN= county. during a raid a ia, e wordi~a to Infors. rou.vef bets today. No deta.11q tOe UMattie reached official source&. J0449 Daameron. whose judicial d l. *liot Includes Wyomnaig county. left 10Al for that secion yeWteiday. Even Is Astatomuh at do I Semi-Annual 4 3 0 Per Cent Die Young Men's Seyges usad 311 Alteritions Will $60.00 Suit 455.00 Suit $50.00 Suit $45.00 Suit $35.00 Suit $25.00 Suit $20.00 Suit $15.00 Suit Open Saturday The Bieber-K; 901-909 Eight DOWN BY TH WE ARE AND I We have been he ness each succeeding tire house in Washii Open Sunday We have on hand at ferent -well-known makes I of tires. Take advantage on each tire. The first su< 30x31 32x3j -. 31x4 32x4 Brand 33x4 New Special--3E , W have standard mi We never did, do not or GYP TIRES, or TIRES The Largeet I Dixie' 1118 H Stre UEEM BOAR ASO mSMg1 .SULY Bids for furnishing the United wate ipplag board with neOrN bacts wt oi were Opeed yesterda by the boaid. Three straight bids relived showed ainAuer in price of newly r pr cent over tb. cMount aoked six months ago. , Four other bids received ask**tha the Government advance money for the development of oil tracts. Con tracts will be awarded later if the bid& are considered satisfactory. 9 Ouija ,'1earance Sace count on Men's, ind Boys' Suits ars Excluded Be Charged For Now $4200 Now $38.50 Now $35.00 Now $31.50 Now $24.50 Now $17.50 Now $14.00 Now $10.00 i Until 9 P. M. wfman Co.,' i Street S. E. E NAVY YARD NOT: HERI )NE TOM re for years doing a bigi year. That's why this is igton-read on. I Im out one thousand tires in assorte hat we wi'll sell at cost to make of this rare opportunity to savy :h sale in Washington. SOME OF THE PRICES $13.25 34x4 $15.25 34x41 $19.50 35x4j $20.25 35x5 $21.50 37x5 ix5 Q. D. Non-Skid Gua, Tires, $27.10 58 in that size at that pi ikes, of course. ,nor Is it our desire to ever carr' MADE TO SELL F-OR A LOW I QUALITY TIRES, ThAT'S ALL Iteek and Asseetient in Weeblugte. to Fire Corn at N. E. A!"s"o.'* W PRLMENHASTWO' FUElRWEF RANS May Give 1. C. C. Free Reinfor Recreate War-Time Ad ministration. Transfer to the Interstate Com merce Commission of all the powers of the Fuel Administration in opera tion during the war, or the recreation of the Fuel Administration, are the two questiqna which the President may consider for the relylef of the present coal situation. Under the war-time powers grant ed the President by Congress, he may re-organise any department of - the Government and reassign duties from one department to another. Coal operators as well as con suners in affected places are clamor ing for action. It is the general be lief that the Interstate Commerce Commission would rather have the entire matter in charge than be forced to deal with the question from the standpoint of the allotment of cars and othenk minor moves it now has power to make for relief of the situation. Should the President transfer the entire jurisdiction of the cos ques on, including the creation of dts tribution zons and allotment plane used during the war, the commission would have a free hand. The work of the Fuel Administration was turned over to the Department of the In terior following the miners' wage controversy. Secretary Payne, of the Interior Department, is in Alaska. State officials of Western States have asked the President to recreate the Fuel Administration, and former Secretary of the Interior Lane has been mentioned as a possible head, al though his friends here doubt h( would take the appointment should the President name him. ANNAPOLIS MAN WINS $1,000 FOR WHEAT FELD ANNAPOLIS, Md., July 16.-Wilbur Dorsey. a farmer of near Annapolis Junction, Anne Arundel county, has been declared winner of the $1,000 tate-wide prize offered by the Fed eral food administration, through State Food Administrator Edwin J. BaetJer. in the food production con test for having raised the greatest amount of wheat per acre during 1919. This announcement was made by George W. Norris, county agri cultural agent for Anne Arundel. Dorsey's showing is given as 90.9 per cent per acre. The next best showing in the State was that of Ifarry Reick, of Calvert county. whose record was 662-3 per cent. Third is I. T. Massey, of Kent county, with 63.6 per cent. RAINBOW VE[S TO MEET AT CLEVELAND IN 1921 BIRMINGHAM, Ala., July 16.-Col. Matthew A. Tinley. of Iowa, was elect ed president, and Cleveland was chosen as the site for the reunion of 1921 by the Rainbow division veterans during the last day of the reunion here. TODAY ORROW er, honest tire busi the biggest cut price ~arance Sale E S sizes and in about 30 dif room for incoming carload from $10.00 to $40.00 $22.50 $28.90 $29.90 $35.00 $3.50 Mileage anteed Giiar anteed ice-itt pin stock or sell REBUILlT, RICE, Selet Irem. opany th Honor. efor. You B.y Elsewhere. A10 NEARBY VERGNlA SEEK Fiusmnse ConeL. X. of C. to weiy Def at AleBKANDuA. Va.. July 16.-A meeting of Fitagerald Assembly. N. 4W6, Knights of Columbus. was hold last evening. Arangements for the exemplifiction of the fourth degree in this city os next Sunday were cota pleted. The degree will be ezempli. Aed by Dr. X. U. Gorman, master of the fourth degree in this district, and his staff. The members and candidates will attend mass at St. Mary's Church Sunday morning at 10:30. At 13:30 p. m. there will be a luncheon served at the lyceum by the ladies of St. Mary's Cburch. which will be followed by the degree at 1:30 p. m. At 6 p. m. a banquet will be served. and at 7:30 p. m. the members of the fourth degree will attend a vesper service at St. Mary's Church. On Monday afternoon the visiting knights and their ladies will be taken on autonlobile trips to the place. of interest here. and at night there will be a formal ball. In the Corporation Court. Judge Robinson Moncure presiding, yester day a decree of absolute divorce was granted in the suit o0 Henry O 3.. Cooper against Katharine L. Cooper. A largely attended and interesting meeting of Mt. Vernon Council No. 1. daughtgdrs of America. was held last evening. The Rev. o. P. Lloyd. pastor of the r CAOA RE R. t Runn-d Te Seemed Daptiat Chureb and %W dabgh tn. M l Mboed LOeOP be es a moter trip to Lynchburg. Va. A lawn fete was held en the lawn of at. John's Chapel in West Ead last evening. There was also an apron sale during the eventag. The aair was well patronised. Osceola Tribe of Red Men have elected these officers: W. N. Crump. fachem; C. W. Hose. senior sagamore; Henry Callan, prophet; X. Y. Down ham, collector of, wampum; M. 3. Greene, W. V. Garrett, and W. N. Crump. trustees.; M. E. Greene, cap tain of degree team. W. If. P. Kelly. M. W. Gaines. D. G. McWhorter. Charles V. Zimmerman. and Henry (Nilan have returned from Chicago, where they attended the Elks' convention. The K. of C. Ministrel troupe will this evening repeat the minstrel show recently given at the lyceum at the hail of St. Mary's Academy for the benefit of the sister. and scholars at that institution. NEW DAILY FOR NORFOLK. NORFOLK. Va.. July 16.-Norfolk Is to have a new daily newspaper, the Norfolk Tribune, to be printed every afternoon and Sunday morning. Re tail merchants are interested and the "paper will be operated on a co-opera tive basis. The plant of the Itich mond Virginian. which recently sus pended publication. is being moved to this city by the Norfolk Tribune. which will advocate light wines and beers and support Cox. The firM Is sue will appear about September 1. Camels are sold everywrhere in ecientincally sealed packages of 30 cigarettes ; or ten pack ages (200 cigarettes) in a glas a ne-paper-covered carton. We strongly recom~mend tis carton for the home or oflce .dppl, or when yo41 tr vi. o I0 oMES STIC T TE B becco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C. ANDIUSOFCOUNT ROCK VILLM. Md.. July 16.-tbo Rev. Parke P. FlourmoY, for maaY aws pastor of te Prsbyterian Church at 3.obeada, this e.my. bas 1bn signally honored by the Vie torte Institute or Philosophical 80 t ty of Or*&& Ditaig. Several yrs ago. Dr. Nasr9y as awarded thu Quntg "uo" for the best essay of "The Desaring of Archaeological ad Historical Re search Upon the New Teta ent." &ad the Institute haa selected this easy for publicatida a a 'ract for New Times." intended for general distribi tie. The "Gunning Prise" is given by the institute for the beat essay upon a subject selected by the institute. Dr. Flournoy's is the drat of these essays to be chosen for publication and dio tribution. Samuel and 1/iliHam Davis were arrested by deputy sheriIf Gingell yes terday on complaint of James P. V. Veirs. a former by whom they were formerly employed, with having used a horse and wagon belonging to Veirp without having obtained the consent of the owner. They will be tried in the police court here shortly. During the severe thunder storm which visited this county Wednesday evening. the home of Ulmer Offutt, at uaithersburg, this county, was struck by lighleIng Mr. anif Iirs Offutt and several ot ere who happen ed to be in the house at the time were severly shocked, several being rendered unconscious. Chinaware and glassware were smashed and consid erable weather boarding and plaster lug was torn from the house: t UT Cai ing fla cigarette t know how can be! Talk abc lowness an> there a cig: with Came Camels ( -Turkish a tobaccos ci cigarette] ever gener wonder in WHAT ITA1TSYIL ME ARE I HYATTUVILL. Md.. July 1.-4 lecture by Prof. W. R. Ballard e "Pellsanlation of Fruits" featured the July motag of the Hyattsville Mer Ucultural leeloety Mest night at the reeldeace of Chares V. Glass. It wa amaouaced that M. x. Clark and 4 C. Stephens are tied for the Brat prie of $10 for the beat garden. Othes In the seasing for prie. Include Prot C. A. Magoon. (. Hodges Carr. J. L King. Mr. Reaheld. Dr. J. S. Caldwell, A. W. Tupper. Charles W. Clagett. gad X. A. Fuller. The Ju"" will make another Inapection o ems in the fall, following which the prises will be awarded. Citinoa of UL Rainier ut&Wam testing oosiderable Interest In the special election to be held there. July 26, to eelde whether the mayor and town bouncil shall be authorised to issue bonds for the building of road's and sidewalks. The Berwyn-Branchville carnival opened last night. A country supper is to be served Saturday evening. Major Ralph B. Case In chairman of the joint committee under whose au spices the carnival is being held. At a largely attend*# congresa tional meeting of St. Jeromes Cath olic Church on the church lawn last night, a mortgage for $1.MO was burned. The Rev. Andrew . Carey. pastor, made an appropriate talk. short addresses were made by John, H. Pellen and M. A. Radigan. of Wash 'ington. Former Mayor Matthew V. Halloran. chairman ot the executive committee in charge of drive for (ou'li tal o Came louble nels joyously ror up agair aste if you delightful a ut mildness Ld quality! N trette to be c is! ~xpert blend* nd .choice I artainly ansv hankering a 'ated! You'll cigarette sat 8 NOW Church. anneDoed d"~l ow ct"M -aONt. INAII& 6"601 raised. The drive will be entiUed until the 0100 &ieeded Iat been 6ub ecribes. ASM0AT0MMU C0LEX01 PARK. Md.. July 1I. Tb College Park Messo and dehol Aaseoiation will meet Menday eve ag is te auditorium of the Usi verutiy of Ifaryland. Students or the summe school of the university will participate i the program. The States Relations service force Of the United states Department at Agriculture will visit the university on Saturday to study the work at the university. Among the iutereeting features will be an old-fashioned picnic. The Pomona Grange of Prince George's County will co-operte with the county community council in the annual county farmers' picnic. to be held at Sutland Park. this county. August 14. The grange will hold a business session in the morning. BABY FLLS FROM CAR WNOW; S~Il WN CHESTER, Pa., July 1.-Edward Cop'e, s uperviser of the Pennsylva nia flaroed. last night picked up from *e' roadbed near Lamokin Sta tion, a *hite male baby, about three months old. The infant had fallen from A* ca window of a seatkboq expuaess tralt The child is still living. ke IS iUicki refresh ist your want to cigarette mnd mel sver was Dmpared of choice )omestic ' vers any ny man call it a isfaction!