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Co' - REVOIUTIONIED First time in over 10 years a new Automobile Com pany presents the Metwr Public with a radical do parture from the old-timae A few well-known names of fagineers, a Bank Roil, or a live Promoter, has heretofore been considered quite suM cleat rean to launch a new 10 or 20 ~tllion Dollar Auto mobile Company--& few mil lion dollars entrusted to our resourceful Advertising Agen cies, who proceeded to point out the wondedful advantages of the new Creation at $6,000 per page, and the new car be egme a fixture-and the funny port of it is that the stock holders usually made money out atf it. 20 Billion Dollars have been spent In this great Industry since any radical improvement has been noticed. Engineers and Principals have been in a RUT. That's the Answer. The Birmingham No-Axle Car of Falcondr, N. Y., has startled the Country with Radial and RevoluUionary Changes - completely doing away with the solid rigid axle, substituting a cross-spring suspension that gives a car that is in a class entirely by itself as far as comfort and easy riding is concerned. It has adopted Plywood Body (same as in airplanes); Du Pont Fabricoid instead of paint, with 1922 English body lines, and you have what was coniddered in Detroit, where " was designed, the han '- and most stylish car ever seen in the "City of Cars." The Birmingham Is not in a RC)T. It Is guided by science and sense. Just because every vehicle from the Chariots used by our old friend Pharaoh, which 1y used in chasing Henry Ford's friends into 19ie Red Sea, down to the car YOU *wn, had solid axles, made no differnce with The Birming han-.-t dumped It into the Ash Can and with one stroke D(KD what all Automotive En ginee have been trying to do for 15 years-eliminate pa toicaly all unsprung weight and produce the easiest riding'ear ever built. Alt Subject to Prastleal Proof in Washingtem This Wedk Watsh this paper ter an nouasmnent et date and pisee et dessonstration, alsfoji tero $,000 cash r'annlege to ay, CaW ,me r builder. WHAT CAR I $250 1 My Selstis is ............ Naime................. Address ............... Do Yee w Ths Oe? Yes. it has a name already--one well known in America-hut you must tell what the name is in order to have a chance at the $250 pris money to be given to winning oontestants In the Automobile Title 'Contest. It does not look Just exactly like any other car. It has Its own dis tinotive features. You knoW what those features arm, so simply think a minute: unless the name comes to you right away, tear out this Illustration-put it in your pocket or pooket-bok, and hep it for fu ture reference during the next twenty-four hours. Because you are sure to see one of these cae if you keep your eyes open. or some friend you show this illustratien to may know right away what ear it Is Then 'write the name across the faos o this drawing and keep it with the rest. Address your answer. to the "Walk Right-Drive Right" Editor of The Washington Times. It should be easy to naxqe every one of the thirty cars to be shown. They are all drawn exactly true to life, and every car. shown has dis tinctive lines just like the one given you today. But the big idea with The Wash ington Times is that we can get yohr help in bettering the driving and walking conditions In the Na tienal fuitaL When you send in your Oft of the thirty cars, write a suggestion of not more than fifty worde-en one side of the paper-as to how you would like the traffic eenditions improved. Give us your idea of some plan that will improve these traffic con. ditions. It may be you have an idea In mind for making the oress Igs safer4-or for bettering driv ing oendl In our parks and along the be ards. Perhaps you have some t notion regarding what shoum done with the new driver-but in any event what we are after is a practical Idea that cn be used In making streets sfe for both driver and pedes trian- alike. Do not send in the names of the oers until all thirty of them have been published. This will save you postage, obviate the danger of losing your seleoetions and fqelitate the work of the editor. NOW THE WASBI 103 open aYs S THIS? N REWARbS te.. COAST GUARD SHIP TO CHASE RUM RUNIRS Speedy Cutter Apache Being Outfitt'd to Patrol Chesa peake Bay. BALTIMORE. Sept. 19.-The Coast Quard cutter Apache is being put in commission by the Coast Guard servige primarily for the purpose of ridding the Chesapeake Bay of bootlegging craft. Commander J. A. Starr mid yesterday. Commander Starr is at the Arundel Cove station superintending the outfitting of tIe boat. The Apache will be in commission about October 1. and will be com manded by Capt. H. D. Hinkle. Com mander Starr will be the ship's execu ttve officer. The boat will patrol the entire bay. "I understand there Is considerable bootlegging going on in the bay," Commander Starr maid yesterday, "and the Apache's principle job will be chasing tha, offenders. Of course, she will take care of her own work as well. "The boat is rather speedy, making about thirteen knots. And she draw* only seven and a half feet of water. making It possible for her to get up Into shallow water ~When a boat she Is pursuing tries to escape in this manner." Commander Starr said the Apache Is not in bad condition. All she needs is a crew and painting and ow'er hauling. The cutter will work in connection with the customs service, which has no boats speedy enough to cope with the bootlegging vessels in the bay. Any boats sled by the A 0. Commander Starr maid, will be brought to Baltimore and turned over to the customs officials here, unless the seizure is made in the vicinity of Norfolk. Se. Standard of the World ON 0U1IL SALES F The New Type HaveYou Seen It'? NGTON CADILLA 8-40 Connecticut Aven1 ings UtW P. M. Sundays Ui EVELYN NESBIT ROUTS BURGLAR By CRYING FIE Prowler B1reake 1dlo Her Apart ment Above New York Tea Room. It Zinemsaei News evi. NEW YORK. Sept. 19.-Evelyn Nesbit, former wife of Harry K. Thaw, and now proprietor ot a te r here, was the central figure in a thrilling attemot at burglary early today. Sh wae reading In her apartment above her tea room at 4 o'clock this morning when she heard some one prowling in the ball outside. She opened the door and a nun seized her. As two others ran up she shouted 'the" and the men ran. Shortly afterward a taxicab drove uP and a poIceman began~ to ques t the chauffeur. Three men jumped fromt the cab and assulted the policeman, ereating such de turbance that reserves wele rushed to the sene. The three men were arrested. Miss Nesbit's tea room was reslat ly robbed. ass Dais Praises Bitre. PMkate-Tels &w Gab in Weight et t etalee pebAtediloa Adtom oile 2ma:0 "Te Se mSat Purduaee aen did orse .aor Automoe during finish-a finish that is beautiful and sat isfying-a finish requiring no apology. SEMMES MOTOR CO, 613to619GS.N.W. . .MITB GARGM, LOOR A C COPANYIN chmm te so, fin is tha is LANSBU Washngeh, Sept. 19, 1921. p pe Super-Spe Extraordinary Value w TUESDAY ONLY Pure Linen Napkins, $3.98 Dom 19x19.inch Napkins. at fine, bleached all4inen damask, In an assortment of pretty patrs Especially good weigt that w l wear wejI. First Fee-Iamaurg ? hothr. TUESDAY ONLT 24.inch Stair Carpet, 69c Yard Printed Brussels Stair Carpet, In the 7-4nch width, in well blended colorings; early Fall Is the time to attend to these home details. Fourth r- b.rl ? Beeher """ U MDAT ONLT Bleached Cotton, 9C Yard Mill lengths. 2 to 9 yards, will not cut. A good heavf quality, 36 inchew wide, suitable for all home purposes. A wonderful one-day bar irt F Ee--kI..bErik a Brether - ------ ESDAY ONLY Crochet Bedspreads, $1.98 sie I0W0; two pretty designs; firm weave of close texture that endures any amount of laundering. A good buy at this special Tuesday nserth isse-Laabrgh & Brsther TUESNAY ONLY Crepe d& Chine, $1.19 Yard Absolutely pure silk In thirty-flve colors, including the new shades for I] frocks, blouses and plenty of dainty tone for lingrie, neglgee etc. Plenty of navy, flesh and white. Thb leeLasdg a Brother. ed . TUESnAY oNt.r.LY ga~= Pencil Sharpener 88c 2%0 OSTON sharpener. Nseplete offie osrahme. A lw adala t ,oi~t. The ,r10. aff.,de a -..., saving. Salt and Pepper 59c Pai IndIv~dual eles of panel staas. ~Olal shapes, Uterling silver tops. Neat and useful for your ewn urs or gifts. ST inebes wide: sturdy quality in plaids, cheekS and *lain tieues. Leading selorm are brows, light blue, pinh, lavender. A isare value. Pket Pler-lamsrgh~ a bpthw. 69c . A variet of Stls I lighan e e s, floral and figured designs. An eseeptienal value. RGH &B TUESDAY SOEXU cials -ii-Tue, d Savings on NoS onabl a Co D . 0.P.A . r P orde, TUmsDAT ONLY Men's Shirts, . $9c Every shirt perbct--full-cut and well made. A aifety ee bat color, strip" patterns good q a ity percaled end printed nmadam. Oines 14 t 17. lghtr museed or soe Piru lteem-Lmaubwrsh a ar.e ~~YIUUDAY ONLY 9x12 Congoleum, Cu $7.95 cut from full rolls. 9h12; this Is absolutely perfect goods 94 evety ~ cariesthe Gold Slel label. ted quatity. but a variety of patterns. Feerth Fle..-ansugh a mohe ~"milimi OLY Fiber Sweaters, '$2.95 Only 107 to sell-se don't miss the opportunity. Bllp-on and Tuxedo models for women Mad mines. Color-jade. honeydew, Harding, tomato and white. leemfee -L argh a .rether 1 Ii TUMDA ONLY Gumpes With Sleeves, $1.39 Cream net trimmed wIth Val lace: round neck or Tuxedo collar. The Jumper frock remains a favorite, so. . course. calls for guimps with sleeves. TI -. a wer TUMDAT ONELY 150 Cloth Dresses, $7.95. Navy IUe Tricotians and Ierges -every drem a new style, trimmed with emnbroidery and beads. Use 16 to 44. ..tra .p.i .or Tue.y o". IlwatbOih-4.bmgh & hEiwher Gove Silk Vests, $1.59 A splodidl made garment. per e Ire hown larly sold at much higher wiles. Very special. strea vi.. -a..bh a sh.r . MTDA ONLYT Beadl Nocklaces; 39c I.mitation jade, amethyst, jet, amber. mapphire ad emerald i novelty effets. COssminatios also in the lot. F4sd Viseu.-4La..m'gh a hother. 90UIDAY O3NLY 54C Deom The. . . rand .,,,.aet... hth besp that i used esolusively in many Washington bemnee. It hi compadt and very effectual. Thirs risee-ax.bwesh a beemsr. ame~msTUESDAY OWLYaamas aprty$1.59 T hrehndred baok-lae Corsets .prtybrocade design and plain stl nd wmhite and pink. Lng thh .., esbr....e . ,. e...r. ROTHER 43430 S ft . IL N. W. Sday Only md Wasted Merchomdis TU3SnAY ONL -- New Trimmed Hats, $3.95 Taken from our $5.00 line for Tuesday. and then back to $5.00 sm soon as the day ends. Hatter.' Plush and Sik Velvet in trimmed ad tailored effects. Iseeemd lMesu--Imasgh * Bremer -----en sa onow -2U3UDAY ONLY 9c Yard Plain and figured: white. cream and ecru, in 24 and 34-Inch widths. NQually suitable for sash or ions eourtas This quality wfll launder Well. Fetrih l B-4Uwsbw"ga 11boer TDAY ONLY Lingerie Bloues, .$1.79 400 in this let. Voile. and Or. anS.In wite only.Talrdo ace trimmed styles with long or short sleeves. Dives 36 to 44. Ex. eponlvalue. Moire Hand Bags, $3.59 Pute milk moire In navy blue, blak and taupe. Fitted with mir ror and purse. Inner change con. partmnt and firm linIng. Pestmes-4I&=*wbg A Bremr. 2tEM" ONLY Goria Umbrelas, $2.75 The amoue. long-wmaring silk Gloria eovering mounted on a sturdy 26-ineb Paragon frame, Iebetife handle with milk wrIst loop. Tuesday only. Vf4st Mae-amstgh 8 bremer. --TYUMAT ONLY 36-inch LonMgloth, 20c Yam a Chan2e6s finish; even texture and ngerie and chi ens eh.e. Provident westen will provide a Women's Stockings, - 35c 3 Pair, $1 Plne sage lisle, in black, cor Sand w6na ase* a they run. li ~I~tion. Absolutely perect qual Fine French Serge, $1.25 nard wiebits, and Ulc. us. Thllo wet -In pburgh at d. TUMDAw ONL.Y $1.00 These comfortable and handy gar wsr e in 6ht and iarlobr ings. Sises for wome~n and missees. Thd leer-I.fz~n's01h * fbreth~er.