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OF TO"g WEARIES M'M Nllw YORK. Oct. 21.-Wvery blessed __bhath for the lat four yeari Westop Brroett's Sgewy torle in York town. Westhter county.~ VES b"ES ha. bn robbed. Mr. ud Mr. rett were in the habit of notoriar on Sunday. They would open Ihuj old sho on donlay and fiad their stock had been ptdfered. Barrett finally got tired of it. lie didn't ge h a dog or a buralur alarn SbiiW or (-all In the head of the l)t,:Nart FL.. - s~. ment of Justie. lie asked a friend A. uin in, ~5 I. to hide behind the .'ominter last Swm A.day The fend hadn't been e cealed long when *ke 4por was oiwn . . . '. WF Means T No more bu bread the nightI with a rush for tih - for bread for bre "HOLMES-1~ Does This Servi Bra of the P. WHOL MIK IT TH EYBS PUE'RAU "HOLMES-iO |Man To37 Eev Dv No miiore' Dbv ed with a ie' and ia walhed daem M PUMP&W Avkvnian, teat door nerA a Harrett Aq*enalan .itch aIMISCII W4ELTER"OU L O w A of raints and departed. Jw40e IJOTLMR@W. PM. Ga. I& lirown found Ackernmn gialY. 114-cs Duohet~ hiss wih" a .h tnced him to six lonbh. ad then Plt at wh hals bow susmpended thes .efllflc th repsjtado at husan expqI -t am anitehee any more raii. . t.osr.- artist in a r....w. b in the next two y.dars from' Dar4tt shop,. He Is J. R. 'ameU. owow. at place-binfol The hoimsw (t his. the asearview tarn, near Ruianud. When he s not ooeuPsed at the shop 106, and Doesn't Mind It. khieaohlkl'' calVeS and hut. OYTAWA. Ort. 1I.-Itobert Barname The climax was reached today whe waN 1" years old yeeterday, but he Cornell, in looking for a three-onnth didn't aelebrate. He did his et.oree old calf that has dIhaP-are. found around the houa as usual. His that it had stIeN a h .* into a huge mother lived to be 110 and h-j has a pumpkin and was taking a &nose sister who is $a years old, and a within the confines of the corn-field brother 94, both hale. "fruit." [AT our Hm ying yesterday's before or arising te corner grocery kakfast. to1MS e forYou ith. ..est. In re int LLTE .RA PUE EAiLR [ATSUA tors HOMES-T" YOURH"OMES e..W Ingdenm nnts TITULR SERIES IN CARENDON W. &. HuN Had Three Berle OR Eafleton eN,-New League To Be Formed. CLARENDOf. Va., Oct. 21. - N hera Virginia's titular baseball between C'lareUdon and als ton has bes canoe because Of the d of W. . Hull, of Livings Mr. wa stricken with pal yole at last pupday's game. He has three sons playinWt on the Ballston team. At .a meeting of the Arlington County Championship Series Ass@ station held laat night, a committee monsdting of Leo F. Wise, chairman; 0. Von Herbulis, H. Brewer and W. D. Ruding was appointed to organise a league for the 1922 season consist Ing of team. In the northern sec tion of'the State. Protracted services for a week. withi a sermon every evening. ba;e been announced by the Rev. C. P Ryland, of the First Baptist Church bere, to begin next Sunday. On this and the following Sunday. both morning and evening worship will be held. The regular semi-monthly meeting oE the Clarendon Citisens' Associa tion will be held in the fine engine house next Monday night. Columbia Lodge 285, A. F. and M.. will hold a meeting in the lodge rooms faturday night. Candidates were initiated at a special meeting of the lodge earlier this week. DRY CHIEF WILL LOP OFF HEADS TO TIGHTEN LID Shake-up of Enforcement Or ganization is Ordered in Seven States. By W. H. ATKINS. Internatieal News servise. A new deal on prohibition enforce uent has been ordered in seven States by Prohibition ComnUssioner Haynes. There is to be an immediate shake up and rvorganzation of enforcement In Illinois, Ohio. Maryland. New Jer - v. .lassachusetts, Indiana and Ken, tucky. law is being evaded in these Stutes, many Government enforcement agents are 4ither careless or negligent and the lid will have to be tightened. the Washington authorities have de cided. A number of high State pro libition officials will have to make way for others who are considered joro ufficient. it is Mid. Tn doing this the Government au thorities will ruffle the political pres tige of some Senators and Congress milen. Many of those slated to lose their jobs are political appointees. However, it is intended to give con sideration to other recommendations by party leaders in making the re placements. This In in line with a policy approved by Revenue Commissioner B ir. ac cording to State and nationil party leaders the right to recommendations. The shakeup Is designed principally to stop leaks arising from laxity in issuing permits toi withdraw liquor from bonded warehouses. It has been decided to designate agents of the Washington headquar ters to act in conjunction with local officials. This will mean more en tralized direction of enforcement work. HANGS OUT DEATH SIGN, AND THEN SHOOTS HIMSELF PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 21.-After he had hung a sign, "Closed on ac count of death in the- family." on the door of his shack, in Wayne. Charles M. Taney. sixty-one years old, shot himself to death as he lay in his bed. A Bible, open to the first chapter of Revelation, lay on a table near his body when it was found. C. M. Wetzeli, of the Wayne Iron Works, the office of which Is across the street. noticed his disappearance and, knowing that Tangy lived alone since the death of his wife, three years ago, sent a man to investigate. The door was forced and Taney's body, with a bullet hole through the forehead and a revolver at his aide. found in the bed. $9,600,000 IN PENALTIES FOR INSURANCE COMPANIES JACKSON. Miss., Oct. 21.....Chan rellor V. J. Strickler today issued a iecree in the Hinds county chancery ,ourt imposing fines aggregating nearly $3,500,000 on fire Ourance :ompanies formerly doing business in this State. Thirty-three companies were fined $1,875 each. Others were fined from, 11,000 upwards. SULPHUR IS BESTHO CLEAR UP UGLY SK(IN Irritation and Breaking Out Often Healed Over Night, Says Skin Specialist. Any breaking out or skin irrita tion on face, neck or body is over come quickest by applying Mentho Sulphur. says a noted akin special st. Because of Its germ destroying properties, nothing has ever been found to take the place of this gul phrpreparation that instantly brngs ease from the itching, burn. ing and irritation. Men tho-Suiphur heals ecuema right up, leaving the skin clear and smooth. It seldom fails to relieve the torment or disfigurement. A little jar of Mentho-Sulphur may be obtained at any drug store. It ,is .. msed Henol ea. I BIAvE OFPO&ST a --at "t c' bhimses dealsam to l*a I~m me,, reved lsv kg b. " f itao f aunavv5J en cofMoe are Assal Eso re 40e IN es P abnerd the lisr Kawbeve State. "ew I esbr.w 6. Omi 21I. -Wl out m ide "a. ees- ng so a MOW 9 mw ANna Pee mad100 by the -:1 ,este~alls at e saryla Peo .. S e IT o wanse to Wymna Park. It ime we. T.o 1 FAIL IMCU RSIONS ma*.i Ag a e, , . a mm,. g,00 eud Trip Y Wet knw Wi na M= . C'lb Aism 3 WASHINCTON *9' ty About~a NOnim ISISfi A9906011 oCTOBER 14-21485 Ab. e m Tiisithe Pao. city Tike'i Os 731 lo Miss E11ens U.vingsain Pos. Peat greataime o post. puled u tb. ribboa that roleased, She! stei h of the statuteon the Pedestal wh 11 me o was inehd ".DS4 duresam .no:s er seaw e whaf mortal over dae to dr~ bew. do ___j AMi WN ' w be a tle ,eay at h--e ta.m C.. Chnes Delgtee On Way. a need 4t most W., Ninety-two meashore and .aan d 1 M 6s., 1. OPEN WI ARE UNTIL OINN NINZ FURNITURE SAV CHARGE EVENING ACCOUNTS ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE QUICK-SELLING 12e98 DRESSES GO ON SALE! Values $19.75, $25, $29.75 If you are one of those w~o came too late to pick from the big lot of fine dresses that went out so quickly at $12.98-you have another chance tomorrow. New arrivals go on sale Saturday morning. These beautiful dresses are our regular fall purchases, bought to sell at $19.75, $25 and $29.75! Included are finest All- ' wool Tricotine and French Serges; in black \ and navy; all sizes for women and misses; also some extra large sizes. $19.75 AND $25 $14.75 COATS NOW........ New Lots of the Fine Coats in Genuine Salt's Seal Plush-Deep collar, belted model, 36 inches long, wide flare; all sizes; intended to be sold for $19.75. Almo Comt fer Misses ands Women, including large sizes; many of them sell ordinarily for $25, none less than $19.75; all-wool broadcloth, American velours and Bolivia; black, navy, tan, brown, reindeer, Harding blue. / HOW ABOUT THAT COAT FOR THE GIRL? $6.95 Unlimited assortmei of Girls' Coats for ChlMren. 2 to 6 Coats, 6 4 year.; materials In. Years; warm and dressy; many elude boivia. kelsey and vel ours, in brown, reindeer, navy. styles; nicely tailored in gray to $14.75 Harding blue; some have fur chinchilla and velours; brown, collar, imitation fur and large Harding blue and reindeer; they cloth collars; every ...r $9l7 In th sale $4.98 SUITS coat Is lined; a genu- $9.75 ine bargain .......... at .................... Several hundreds of these fine, good-wearing suits go on sale to TWO ]$IG morrow. They are taken right ofrom our regular stock. Many She tR and Spanish Vn c t el Fibets e % to ; pare hee ls % to 6; a nd r pocet a-l lin -1 t the makes and styles $95$5 and $6 values; sale 'E lp3.95e 7t i-ctal wit $300 hoe - -- i~c.............Fomrke atoy275a' $14.75 LITTE PICE SUIE SUITSfo Severalmhundredsofntheseumbne good-aearongesstyleo;onAsalecto walnutoorom.hoganyare tikces-ight dresseromhifroregueasemioca.iMany Dubbebbuilt andbedemaFrber onit ouarefamongtohee;soodtly al5-woow; aulcutined$10ntforwttisdsaleeonlat and workmanostiphanea suitepooret twicethi.0os .. . 00 r ......... 275 AS tal BEAUTOFM A UPR LFURNTRINN-RO Bereel seieg Rin uber oft handsoe sprinlers; sotmoerian meia anu n ufe nor lo a wantormhgnces ieS fes ue nedsgs 4 drsrg hoffete se8 n chBfelreity ae edc tc;pesn rshv ard rockero bd-chare ina-icod evr f.tnon bnauedaodngoth oury flor tabestrd and $ e8ou Tnlowr.adIAmChipeet akt hserdco uaholtereofn lu05r brwnrathmae Inorde tonedu. ansokasipi ut oldr$0 n 40ic o~ a uft ihte mared tisel fr$245.00 adtecar o 25 us lt ls irr 1 $87onno...- .---0 e------ sl p t 4;nw.