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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1923, Washington, District Of Columbia                                Every Apartment Deliighrtful B> reason of >trr f oaten- n m r huitfe ID nntc the SERIOUS RRERSB JbftnShacp WifBame FoTgets Trwubfes erf Wor.d la Hia CTassfcs' THAIS; TSLLXS BOY OIBL Krsult ftrrces Vre Routed in Eastern Mew York Law ami) invite Arrests at Mass 3700 Stf N.W Apartment hi- HP you teat h IK a uniijue e1 ery count on and comenieme Suites from two rooms hath to c'Kh( and fwo pc> BRMfth. wdll rework ABLEST GZ5EHAL Pnrmirrent- Supum-trr Uc serfs and Lflrvalty of Third la Tb" Wftihrngton 1 nrk Mai rmt "u limit v. whi.ti ma w iPt fferry A, Kite I 1 i imp the the hut l re s> i I n u e o ol the Accorriraorfatrons for 150 Shriners in Historic Alexandria, Va. TRtrty ridw out WanhMigCew tiroitey autos over miles of perfbct rnatf. Rates Very Reasonable Stag Hotel In Heart of the City f Comer Wolf and Pitts Street. Alexandria, Va. Phone Alexandria I083-JT All Victory Notes are "Worthless' as to interest alter May 20th iclon notes bearing letters A B, C D, and F been In no far at thsJ aarnins caparttv money is cujrcwrirwf. On Mav 2n the of this issue called i an) Interest on HUM Redeem them j and put money lo work again by tn mTlngB iwHUJ'tuwnt. e -nil! sladlv assist vmi in other investmtonts should to discuss tlretB "wtttr Bung to us for exchange Unto money for loans in the Potomac .JojjUJ IVank rix-oivod it our Main Banking Honwrmd WiwcJi The Franklin National Bank Pennsylvania Ave. at lOth Si. N.W. nil M Hi Itll Cimnrettriit Dtpoidi Conmtrciol Bnsmett Spcciothiit Stvingi, 3% 10V.N E Pre. THOB P JUCKIMK. T 4 SON REGAINED HEALTH IS NOW AT SCHOOL tnnes a'cJaytand in a few days he was hungry ail the time, and I torn 41 lie wanted to flat After up and aroancC and looked like a V ashineton in Bad Mother Gave Him Hvpo Cod F clton A D a who IIVPS st J2fl9 Lm- i tri St N E had weak lungs hn mother to scml Viii to and him _ of raw egf3 sweet' mothers dhiWrrn that neeu n U Mr Oib'wn mother I to and build w tollowi I wa9 wer i up their Jxwlwa, aad wpak.ivei cannot too utronjily nrrvont, throat weak'to get a from I injpi I not tfeink I would) tha PeopleilDiujr start him long I read Hypo- Riving jt tot your Mrs CM otker ._. boy At present he and hw keaJthy las any thirteen-year bov TOO could find. who ffrred M dwt, an4 t got a ttte started 1" give it to Gibson did. her hov. The Peo- ples Druff vStored will w-nd a full bottle of Hypo-Cod, prepaid, him II foar'to anj addreiis receipt of orthwest LOW VACATION FARES t i Pacific Alaska California and the National Parks C o one way via Northern inr) stop at National Pirl. Portland Tacoma beattla, aa fxiv-er, ictor a, Spokane, Kt nier National Pack Pa- i iftc bathing beaches, Superb Semo Suprerne Scenic Features I CAN PUAV TRTP SoYoo B E.-.T OP THE EST TELEPHONE OR WRITE M M Hubbert QanersI Ex Pas cnfer 516 Bldg New >ork City N Y Phone Bryant 6933 GREAT far Mr supl) and: fcno'ner rftpart h Iras orri Trofir whirh t in aot n wtuation from Sknr Vat Ipninr cnnwrtertil rfubi- Thar nnrt on Tf Mw M r in nwrrlv of nee la be of leryalty j 0m W OwwrtH Knomy. Cfrn Ueh C ITU IT If IKTWTT as a hard how tntff tire nf actin-elV with lien Cilung Ming tho man wrhti P Sun from power two far tors in the m litan, and poti iral ffame for fo irrrl of C frrrM is the mcapacitatfoTT Sunjr is ffFYi-eraUx tfti. mihtarv prop of Sorr in KwaTisrtMTtn: fnvaaion flovrn t ftp North Wu Prl T northern fVwcrt against it regard aa doTilrtfuI amf tfte hfcrw ITOW is expected to come from the east tron-t Defeat HMtr Kong 30 A F> Chiuns ATing ftottfit Cftirm miritatrr leader Trho dfcnc Shm Yat fnym Canton. In JWTR Jtes n- to forwfron't victors nvw Steit i io- to Clieo It B drove San s ft om S-watow Cbaooko.wfu a sastsrn Ifwatn near Ftekien provlacial Jordc Sun Yat Sen leturnod to Can, on fram SliAaebai several mon'Ks ga r eh red from scene Since that time no defTn te -sports aff hts activtt es have fteen arrival of "odar s fn Hons are ra fttnrfs to -eMeve strfferlnff in the arsas affected thr new war tJtit htus broken ont n China Irtffween Sun Tat Sen x supporters and forces sympathizing- wfth tire Joking government Large naantJtrcs of rice been shipped to the Weft River rflstrtct wnere of so far haa taken place w r v n u i ibruit he-   Sen hen and AVu are both. opposed to C'hang Tso-Lin dictator of Manchuria who is antagonistic he Peking government and Is is o be one member of the coalition. backing Sun Yfct-SStn in South China War Cross for 5 Dead U. S. Relief Workers Alay Gieek KOV ernmcMt artwonnced the au nrd of war cross iwsthurnousiy to fivw Americans whf> tfied in the ce of Xear rust Re 11 of tfurine th refugee Minor are J J Wriffht. k lied at Aleppo by while con vo> Tflg orphans George J WI (1 Ffxburir Fa w bo of Tmeamoma Mami-van wh le pscort Robert E Willaon. Morning: Sun la who nf typhus at e "N Crawford boston who died of at Tfeb) rond Charles Flint of S> racuse Y w ho died of tjphus at Cons tan ttnople An official government This Is a roll honor wlth- precedent The American effort in behalf of the refugeea of Asia Minor Is the most outstanding acf of recognized altruism in history BAKERS HEAR RITCHIE SPEAK AT FREDERICK J. W. Stohlman, of Washington, Slated for Treasurer of Poto- mac States Association. The Klan based ao cord ng; To upon the op n oir of Man Tt f the T.Ikrr law uji constitutional and {cin not be enforced pa oposcd I i is designed 3? much to pro- ff of thr law as to show I the o-f the organization it learned tlthough no definite date has bee-n GP( it will lie heltf next l irewhn will i I n vi tec? rrr ba-ve- "cprerotrtatn es intf hootfar worn ST 4reriffs ami poll re irppsstr to id Its arreetp thej wMl not be oU tructed Klan its I egad and t IT lilted fh-a-t t5ome TOT k court room will be battle1 ground n whiclr or TorH and3 legal talfmf of tlvsr KJan- will rnska lo -sponsor thit d partj po iticaJ movement in froing Tith Hi plan to for went Jn M of Omajta thrw s president Ln'commenilng To la> on a reprrt fYom Detroit the no-fc fthe lead in 3 behalf Hancp RilJ tile Vague In TT In efforts1 giet Sir Fordf's mane twfbre- vot ms and that thai aKgantaaiutm would until nil States in clutiec) A petition ta put Mr Ford's i on t ha pre iiden tiAl prete-eji primacy fit Nebraska, In 1 COB w as ffled ther of Stata Rtrma Mnro bui thai it did not erough and effbrts are now -ing Mr nwet Aeflcivney It'r Harrop an ffaitt tour ol Wwrt tnt. the ef league and Mr Ford ft) has beem poM ironed untH the tecmd1 wwk et to> permit A Larger attendance of farmers itr said AmongT pitrposea of tho Is to it bout econom'c It is opposeif to- the- present FexIeT'ttl baasOss- U ASK SEBATE Nine Aspteuits for tlnexpived Terra. St Paul 'Minn May Re- publwans, I a fro r stand an4 tiro ar  hotel tonjghf n-1 banquot addressed the n f Hood college H" canje o t h K f ty from Shaipsburg w de Kered the Memorial dax ad lie a and was a jjuest at the Cato t n ount club The p ir cipal at today s on of the on was deliv- bv Huich P Powell Richmond tvho speaking on personaMty in ad ie t fci jg- said e used to regard t sing is an eoi nomic waste it s n an economic nftcesaitv There e l n jeasons for ng: one to good's the other to create good I VII lUe ars ad s And nlv man who should not ad wr i ne man who ha.s nothing to the v.o-ld in the way of human er Such a nan s a dead one r knows it or not O hf who delivered addresses re M VJari Tattle O t this H h. Birnard Chicago and State ia o Rabonola New rk Shllllrberger Baltimoro o pi esiden at the annua. rti n t morrow Glenn O Garber th s c PINCHOT, AT GETTYSBURG, RAPS DRY LAW EVADERS Tells Civil War Veterans That Loyalty to the Constitution Is Present Issue. Gettjsbmg Uoval to the CoimUirtKm 'attacked w ho would aside the eight tenth is issue ne-w as ii In 1S61 Gov <.Iffor4 declared today in a Memorial day at national cemetery on battlefield of GettvsTrarir in i-oar day slavery was enemy that EE tacked the Con-stitqtlon end ihe intpprity of natioa" he Mtd, to the -veterans In our day another evil has under taken to declare its independence of tho will of the majority and to, pose Ms shacities on the people of the mates. You in 3 our time conquered who attemp ed to Imposa the black disgrace of humcn upon fcb< free States Jt is aiir task to eome t hose who woa'rt Impose the black disgrace of null ftcation on the T njon vphiuh ou fonght for the Constittition of the Limed Mates open by men who rtaked their for wha rhej mistakenly believed to be their 1 he Tten against wftom we our must defend the Con tola fisht in thp dark, run from po anr? use the methods r f tfte sneak thief and the nnder- n under mu of the whitM no many U1 ea of brave men t ith the Tnjs' s one aid to It makes possible in ex- penditure and puts a creek upon extrava- gance even as it simplifies personal and household accounting. 2 j Taid en Chech.rig and en Sdimjs Accounts UNION TRUST CO. 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Fifteen hundred Living Room Suites are in this sale, ranging from to One thousand Dining Room Suites, from to Eighteen hundred Bedroom Suites, from to Carloads of stoves, ranges, re- frigerators an endless assortment choose from. Any one expecting to buy furniture within the next six months can buy Now to greatest advantage. Follow the crowds to the greatest all Furniture Sales. 11 Epoch-Making Days Every department augmented in one way or another for the biggtst volume in our history. Complete satisfaction assured cverj customer Extra sales- men. Extra trucks Prompt deliveries. Ont-of-Town Wtlcante Hundreds from towns and States haie found it to their advantage to buy fiirm- ture and furn.sh ngs during this sale Special care -taken m packing 'Crat i g and ship- ping Freight prepaid to all shipping stations Store Open From 9.-00 M. fo P. M. PHILLIP LEVY 735 7th Street N. W. Washingto   

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