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UWSWARDEBT BEQtEfOFF U. . urem court Jurist apeeks 9oonfuNy of 100 Per . Cont Amerianism CMVHLAND. Oho. De., $ Wrempt .a4 complete hsasod"t"oU of the a.ied war debt to the Un#ed utes. tetlnn s.0e.0e.eooe. wa rged r'7 A. late Justice. John I Qerk., of the United States SUre.lI Couet, in an aedr... to members, of the b"er of commerce ,aiterdW. 'This old be dope. .Juanlars aesaesa. In- the interest of bard. cold busl o8o, as well as a smatter of erlei~ to an jusicetoward the a with us and espttloed much tee than we did In suc t o the ma$ oo so oous. mam owee d bwi the efavor of this aetiss. The first wasn that unless the debts aeled the United States sever MR mope for payment except Cerds. If the debts are pid in Woit meanti staation sad wreckage of Amerla business, he declared. The other was that if Aneica does net eacel the loan it never will be ase to convince these now friendly melIs that the United States bore its fir share of the burden of war adthat if the process of cllection a this conviction wili d ssInto aversion and enilty on the wat of every one of the most Ins. eitaat n nsof the wprd. These d the speker pointed Ot, have been increased to $11.o000 00b 0 by accrued Interest. He " puihe sornkully of "1W per cent Aaerlownlym" and "red-blpded Amen m'id that would counsel-us to stand on the letter of our bond when dea uait y.~ w Th-ey havaena aond St fiends." Motor ,. rs! (Girls!! Cear Your Skin sna th icura Tr Whyl ITLE E.GB1 f 1 TWO SOCIETY WOMEN SUE FOR PROFITS ON STOCK NEW YORK, Dec. 28.-Two New York society women, Mrs. I. Townsend Burden and Misa Eudora .F. Walsh, brought suit in the supreme court yes o They Lin Ellers linH thseir way to thie on a business basis. The satisfactory performance reathers and under aRl ser why the "highway freigl 'autos used by leading shments get their fuel at i eight hours a day behind e best gasoline. Under i stor Gasoline has provedi quick firing, powerful g an inferior grades. nced "Standard" Motor 4 :old weather. It enables y, mur speed or climb ..stiff I is the gasoline that you]1 ird" Motor Gasoline cannot a proud reputation to maintal, Gasoline is the same. If yo ry an exprpetlfive galle lne for pawrand Polarine tion offer the motorist toda R D OIL COlN rNEW JERSEY) 00? Owuea Yo ru WAS TAKsNG A N4AP f gagga PAS ABLE Y ARM4 of THE PAALOM C srthB NOT 1&M Pa teray a nut Allan A. Ryan nd Ken. meth R. Howard. constituting the flint of Allan A. Ryan ! Co., ad the Gua~r anty Trust Company and Alvin Win ternicyar, as trustees of Allan A. Ryan aCo., for ea aggregate of more than r600,0 which the plaintiffs allege is ' steeing wherel iidconditionds dts right to thefr solne-.and it ;msline assures C) to loaf along ill without a lot r ave been look ford to lower the . Wherever It Is mx are not using It to reduce friction y. [PA NY Tro BOX- . t FACT THAT DAD AT 'MI "Te Mg,, L If1ik . SAW TNRouS4 YNL HAIa WiTH MoTfEA T AWAY. corner in Stuts Motor stock which oaned Ryan's su.penson from the New York stock exchange. Mrs. Burden asks for $838.148 dam ages and Mks Walsh asks for $304.238. The plaintiffs want Allan A. Ryan & Co. to make good their prospecuve profits on the transactions. .r ? ON' RADS HL State Highway Com issiomn Hears Discussion for New Thor ughfare. ALEXANDRIA, Va., Dee., $.-A mass meeting was held todg i the rooms of the chamber of oomu.Wo. ii the interest of the constructioe at-the highway between this city a4 Fahl Courthouse. The meeting *as undt the auspices of the State highway esm George F. Coleman, president of the comninssi=, presided at the meeting. and addresses .were mad. by a large number of residents of thi. city and Fairfaz county. It .the new road is constructed it will be a fine one to Fairfax Courthouse, where It will be joined by another road, also In .escel ietcondition, leading to Aldie, Lou doun county, a distance of forty mtes. The Alexandria police department is very busy these days issuing licenses to automobile owners of this city. A number of Washingtonians have also appeared at police headquarters and had licenses issued to -them. So far more than a tifousand licenses have been issued. Dr. Foulke, city health officer, today went to Richmond, Va., to attend the conference of city health officers of Virginia, which Is being held in the of flee of the State department of health. The automobiles of Walter U Var ney, of Del Ray, and Dr. S. B. 1-enn, of this city, collided on North Wash ington street yesterday. The machine of Mr. Varney was driven by his son, W. A. Varney. Jr., and that of Dr. Penn by a colored boy named Smith. After an investigation In the police court Justice Snow fined the Smith boy $b. The Catholic Club of It. Mary's Church last night gave a card party at the Lyceum Hall. The Sunday school of Trinity Meth> diet Episcopal Church last evening held its Christmas entertainment in the Sunday school room. Prises and can.ty were distributed to the children. Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kerrigan of the marriage of their sister, Miss Sylvia Appleton, to Archibald R. Randolph, of this city. The ceremony took place in New York on December 24. Sarepta Lodge of Odd Fellows will hold a meeting at Odd Fellows Hall this evening. Many matters of Im portance to the members will come up for consideration at this meeting. The Columbian Players will hold a Christmas social at the home of the director, Norris P. Roland, tomorrow evening. The Baraca Bible class of the First Baptist Church will hold its annual banquet in the lecture room of that church on January Ii. The funeral of James Bennis Sulli van was held from his home at Cottage Park this afternoon and wasn attended by the members of the Masonic frater nity. The funeral services were con ducted by the Rev. S. A. Wallis, of Braddock Chapel. JAPAN TO PRESS FOR EQUALITY IN BIG SHIP QUOTA Not to Submit Quietly to Pro posal Rating Her Below U. S. and Britain. By Interesmal News servise. Japan's naval experts Intend to speak strongly again when the ques tion of determining a ratio for mother ship., such as airplane carriers, is brought up for discussion by the con frence. Although mother ships have already been apportioned "In princi ple" under the Hughes plan, Japan intends to ask for a reapportionment, a high Japanese naval official de Jpan no has two old-type air plane carriers and is building two new ones, oe ofwhic ishl com started. The two under construction will total 25,000 ton., being 15,000 and 10,000 apIece. Great Britain possess three mother shipe while the United oStal pointe out tha under the ughe plan an Increase In mother ships has been provided for the United States, Great Britain and *.efls," he said. "is In violation of the spirit of the conference." Japan now leads in mother .hip tonnage, Great Britain holds second 'ace and the United States Is third. ing Great Britain ad Amer to equality In this class, and provides that Japan shall have 40,000 tons, makIng her a weak third. CALIFORNIA HAS HEAVY RAIN FOR TEN DAYS SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 28.-Rain has fallen In Southern California for ten days and continued today, with no forecast from the'Weather Bureau as to when It will cease. San Diego was isolated except by ea vses,s rthe highway an Expectorant AS Vesmies ad m aeDe Serg~ ANSURH BROti The Craze of the Hour Gold and Silver CLOTH HATS t Turan nd hem notrouble at .i Turban and toque styles. They are Frenchy In fact, there ., in idea and just as becoming as they are pretty. prettier evening Self-trimmed in ample draping, with twists of than one formed Of these self materials; gold and silver fruit designs, flow- lovely tunics. on ecel era, feathers and enough of a variety to accoiM lent quality net covered modate varying tastes for smart millinery. Fash- with sequins and bads . Ion authorities say that this class of millinery In opalescent, sphinx, will be quite au fait for early spring. bronze and many two tone effects ; also blue on $10000 . ~ ~~black, rose on black and $ e0 0eulyatatv ea $5.00 to $10.00. eqal.trcieIes lasso"Iwuh . a .r. Spanlhk Laee -.." erFlouncin Yard, $3'9 27-inch Saxony ckbrwn and many eeningshades ; Flannel, yard 50c for The mixture of wool and cotton results in a inner frockn. very firm, easy-to-launder flannel, suitable for ing and many uses required in winter. Soft,' wool fin- t Ekes ish and a weight that carries warmth without thickness. Silk-umbroidered Fbnnel, 8126 yds. of., Yard $L retonnes. Hemstitched or scalloped edges, in tterns suitable for skirts, women's and 's under-petticoats. 1rg Fesw-Lmbegh a Bkesir. Heavy quality in colors including as many as Year-End Clearanceand twelve tone. A and ieprousion of patter. u i t that must be seen to be . e-fully appreciated. Birds, W pit t ftowers, trellis work, Wavy Hai ventional designs in. S'w itches color combinations. 36 Inches wide, too, which.S AD ntural color except >i' y is another advantage. and white, are ,included in this clear-away of wavy Switches. De spite the fact that this is a sale63 5s.o bringing prices down to almost nothing, we offer the services of " our attendants, who will show yot C how to arrnge them to best ad vantage; also assist you in select ing the correct color and texture 7 c y r . to match your own hair. 1um t Setdi Extra heavy quality . 2..0-i ch ... that will be very likely a.to cost more at the 24-inch Switches...,. $200hg of the t 2 i Switches$3.00season. For this rsi et kcejeicW .e'e.M O we suggest that you pro Please examine them arefuy vide plentifully now woman is a good judge of hair switches, and we while t p e taks want you to get the best one to combine with grade. The colors and your own hair. patterns a r e supply ~ j g~am a ~bautiful-blended with that rare skill that ..a.e heretofore characterlmed Slapf 1C mort ndwdE iskEuropean cretonnes. 36 Sleep in Cm ort Und the Rightches wide. Kind ofBedwear Select from this. group of specials for .to morrow's selling: Special UK"86 Part Wel Blankets-4oose weave and soft n-* Ish; solid white with borders in dainty pink $ 00 Note and blue tints; wide bindings. Pair.......... #ah Tex86 Al-West Blanhete-Slid white and grey e, block plaids as you prefer. The block plaids Include We urgently suggest pink, rose, tan and- grey. Excellent q9ait that you also take ad and perfect finish. Pair................. vantage of the off-sea li Size Mattressee-Filled with Kapok (somethies son prices at which our classified as silk floss) and covered with beautiftl satin finish art ticking. Soft, resilient and comfortable h ernihe ot as well as very durable sad light in " room ofestemt weight.................'"........... 5 satisfactory service. All-Wool Automobile Rebes-Reversible-plain n Have your slip covers, side and plaid on reverse side- finished with deep draperies and other fringe; brown, green and blue cofor scheme. $8Q. summer w or k done Each ................................. . . NOW. Frth 1'teer-LAnsburh g Drotber. F(Mt P~sw.