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STAiE "il PTE" Younger Social Set to Take Part in Music Comy at Ramierws Tomorrow. "The Gypay Prince.," a musell comedy by Elinbeth Noyeg Thompson. will be the offering of the Junior League of Washington at Rauscher's tomorrow and Tuesday evenings. The program is by far the most ambitious wet undertaken by the Junior League, but final rehearsals have been successful. The younger social set of the Capital was drawn on for the talent, and re sponded generously, both as to principals and choruses. A number of the debu tantes of this year will take part. Many new and original dans- have been ar ranged by Miss Elisabeth Kingsbury and Henry Dickson. and the audience is promised an evening full of innovations and attractive features. The following is the complete cast of characters: THE CHARACTEIt8 I. th wder in which they appear. Juiet. the heed maid................Juet Cnsby Syiteans, the heed valet..........Sy anus Stoke Jr. Coartier............... .LaWrnc Baker Cema, Princem of Cerobia.........Limlan Hendrick Patrida ead Y"ne,. ladies in waiting.......... ..........etrice Clower and Evelina Gleave Prime Minister................John William Thompso iart Counmtor.......................W ilin E. Davia Second Obanseier...................Maruo King of Cinobia............John J. Cunningham Prince Jen of Syrrflle................Newboki Noyes Maralt. a grm girl ..................Georgia sebodeid Lieut Arnaut..................o.. Thomspon a................. ...........Wilam H o 8mtm=................................Ma EnwIsht Left JWN..................0. M ritt MacWbrt= mw .....................Todo Jwe Bloo ==14.............Rod Smith CHORUBEB Maids and Valeta-Marga Donglas, Pauline Stam. Marjorte mRum, laurie Smith. Catherine Pace, Woms's Mnslim Drawers Good u it n drawer for wom en and mlsses. Pull out and wall made. ..,, oly 720 -7 $1.00 ilk Striped F' Madras Waists, Far i 45c to0 a 0.- a w I a e ' a a p 3dmid amade wasse of mra- I6 Life Udewitr Elet meet1 k a aun hN. Mus a te Br1.ow; v: 3 p I . Jms eeBot ret -. Wrese. E 890d. Wetwrned. FexoCita-Are .T C n LUfe Underwriter Ziect The District of Colu h ia Lete Unddr wr'tes' Ainclatlon01 held "t uonthly meeting and lunoheon T Pursfy at the Raleigh Htol. The felowetg oce were elected: president Orvie L Brown ; vice President. James Lee Boat: secetary-treasurer. Eugene c. Ada..; chairman executive committee. john M. Cherry. I. itat etrued. Mexico City, March n.-The Carrande Ministry of finance or ordered the return to the family of the late porfio Dias a large part of the real estate con fUcated when the depoyed Pred.ent left the country. t. L Miller Backed for Delegate Robert i. Miller, indepndent cand date for delegate to the Republican N tional Convention, at a meeting priday night in Cameron HtdLy was pled the -support of residents In the eighth legisative district Harvey W. Payton, presided. Uprising in Turkey Fred. Athens, March tL-The revuhutionar, situation fit Turkiw. sar=timlr i, Corn. stantinople. has become so mernacing that an uprising Is considered inevitable, ac cording to reliable information received here today. l.. TM esm s wuh Me. ENRENDI 21-724 Seveath btrt or Th... Adwrdstd Medels 4 EW SPRING SUIT AT $9.9!9 Othw er I"e Le Much Mor. 11a REAWt Y I F Ii Uilities Commission Nears End of TaA-Revision of Rates Mil Follow Promptly. With half a dosen extra aecountants added to Its force last-week. the Public Utiities Comaion is rapidly .Oomplet Ing the physical valuations of the public service corporations of the District. After having been handicapped by lack of funds for several month, the coni mission now has 81PUM-contained in the urgent deficiency bIll with which to complete the valuations. - Onctals of the commission stated yes terday that they expect to be able to sub mit their figures to the companiee by July 1. he first step then will be to grant e corporation a public hearing at which it may protest against what it deems unfair in the Commission's find ings. Thee hearings probably will consume several months from the date of the con pletion of the valuations. After hear ing the companies' aide, the commission then will decide whether the people of the District are entitled to cheaper gas and electric rates, universal transfers, lower telephone service, or reduced taxi cab fares. The commission has completed the valutions of the Terminal Taxicab Com pany. Federal Taxicab Company, Auto Lvery Company, Barnett Taxicab Com pany, and the Washington and Maryland Railway Company. - The seats on a recently patented eight-seeing automobile are slowly re vol*e4 as the vehicle moves, permit ting the passengers to see both sides of a street without twisting their necks. I2+c Women's Iibbd Vests Ity bleached elastic en idic ribbed vest, made with L We ""a neets and Meaday only. "$1.50 and $2 Satin Trimmed Long Crepe Kimonms. 99c Beautiful house garments of good washing quality French crepe, in pretty ehades of k rese, coral, laven der, pink, blue. -ray. &c. Three ba sil51k IWO is th pea reyTly styles. one il "eajil"s at ths haIg oatin -band striped madras. in pretty blue. d ru yo brown, green. lavenider and oatle ee ad eai pink coloringrs. taIlor-madeqal pinkcolrins. 'a~or-ad.from zaaker. who06 whirred waist bands. styles. wt 00el261s and otifts other stores 1 In of fine whoigWualft, nweatly limited qa at te . :e'arsttcha Lhff ]wells"& nat- I.** .omen'. .ew hematiteh - 50c Envelope Books, 0e as 2 eAs tHanderefs. I at thee. price 1bes soets sthae /hawt 124c "a0ULr 9c os and -atur ad tatere Soft silk-like g t-- tissue hnd aleather. ade wIthe es coin receptacle and Carry- a9di95 ano berder i pin b lue and 15e Whte' Ne Ing stra. arsilwee a" eoijolor dBrdera - -ik lu n Haene a ncis. Ness ood. ?fl. edMad-o u, / ofl k-l a shaes f wol Wie, lai qaliiesef tu hand - pt~~i~n sh - ~ ol r i i - l i . n- i th e n d rt an s t u n .Matchable Dress Goods and Sbk Values ack' fr 310C 50s New Spriag 3m Yard-Cdlere-'s newes39c Woe. Dress ore, cord In dat G e ndf -oods, ran Waists, Mod ~ efecs of deepbl tonin 'ul yar- styles. t n a n d other finish. n lavish ar- d iti fabric yon $1.25 K d -p*ndi weten ray of evening and aeai g tm 39e c lrs stetshades.Gw, 85 in-- ' Frat O3C Silk s Showige 8 .f' Kidf t. P rtat ""um &.d.*.. 3i9l 23c r ie' $8.98 ik rese, Spring coats and Skirts qutalt baks of deo$8.50 to $10 Coats, - .e.re$5.95 .e V..,.s E.aiei l ....' cthte .e Apros, an2 d gpl"s a in Whld ite pasinell aee - nd eat n d e n 5 fleoi 3tc serge eJU nde Da- l lt for the yo Gngh elt Glces , C Oyfett n Sereoersl' ase. l varinus widths. ng pana~coo at rsia'dfuls.t feet. with waist c n dantl sl " $10.00 cilk wh5e t~ . . di"i ai tM quaie cotton besanpted and ae- S ir gd d~ $8tto98 Silk DreamleDoss -rd, " la oaut p5.95 ood bin n , lack. sr eighttaiteta dreses. in of match la say two aliwe; styls ;fac col - ue mate. m of wan ' sitedw p lar and cuads; black~Pai andt chiandpoketillath white andLZ cal- an.5 line stern,~ gorge andld 8 ore. [ .u e ' many her beautiful $1.A 1.98w [ 1 29 . a mn s.i0 irls S.Ge .ae CE...astie RnO. H*wit $20.00 Silk :e'.." "' ,to 14 '"' Tae a .c tels I . me$2 o qali t fast s. ai $3.50 New Picia grefessng; Rlan o.- "tope made@wihfrs rsrclytle- adPcee alo faes with pleated. ee ow. me a broidery and vriousn gin ts n 'Vanie'of isce-iesere tattoo elf-tie lne o ouppty - e~e leete lobeed Wigastha arrhTaig the96 Hor lm~ J ou "A - Bates silke e ngal---i ne . e u m- - - $1rd9 ty collaryoes. -e --MadeC ce -- 6ra:, e dt t a p w blaed t-nrsd en.e $ 9th . bea-t resse ofgo hamks ; s n r t hn; clmf- sdat whlen pandi e ta eli wideaan .'ooV"""a"aE~ ~": Ate'' a5"." isN,"E fe b""'"s de",,|i' :,s'' beatk Support- oftesfers. Fhdlm IWO" Usdkp.ta r othe tuwgo autles I.7pn: roi-o and a. foo: was b~ ~~ eUhm~d I ond, tle b ele lr nd uffr ; blaco FinE D ag l the Perfec fiokes. white and col- reondnt =W=- asseeR ors. b5.ached 11100. mn t-r benit all -- a m $1l.rs New i29cneis Laut el t h laleawi ~ni amdps. eve fn bosty blac ofelg "dge. vil rsties al I iii Pie, W. H. *etssa', * f Ntomas MmegW, start s nsupeitte. Prof. WIMlliar IL Holmes, hed curk tar of the Departmeqt of Authropology United State. National Museum, left recently fora exploration trip in Cen tral America, where he expects to re main about a month. visiting several of the ancient Mayan cities whose ruins date back to pre-Columbian times. Being both an artist and an anthro pologist, his researches will be con ducted along both these lines. Besides studying the ancient art and archi tecture left by this race of people who evidently were the progenitors of America, he will meise every oppor tunity to Investigate any other ma terial or remains relating to the people themselves, their customs, religion, domestic life, and their complicated and bafling written record. OUR MARK 930 La. Av. N. W.- t 7th and B Sts N. E-7th 11th and H Sts. N. L-16 739 )4. Capitol St.-3420 OUR LATEST SALE We have selected fron during the Lenten season. DOMESTIC SARDINES M o . More Than 100 Couples Take Part in Spring Evet Staged in Red Room at illard. , Students of the day and dormitory de partments of the Natiina School of Do mestic Art and Science, held their spring dance in the red room of the New Wil lard. More than le couples paticipsed and the beauty of the young ladies in the crewatono of their handiwork - gowns worthy of Paquin--nade a sight long to be remembered. The problems of the clas room were set aside for an evening of pleasure. A supper was served near the close of the ETS ARE CO ad E Sts. S. E. nd H St. N. E. 32 N. Capitol St Ga. Ave. N. W. MARKET-712 K OF LE] BEGINS T( i our stock a number of items FAT MAC With the 'twang da-M and midoight broguht to a dets. lb. evenlun Pleasure. The patronesse were Mrs. Risa.Eur-1 borat. Miss Mary Arline Eudsrst. (pr.0 cipal. Mrs. Cha. F. Wood. Mrs. Mwr garet IArrbe, Mrs B M. Robbins and Miss Alice Leet. Those present were: Mime. Brady. Geither. Gahan. Mathews, Staley. Dar othy Wood. Ethyl Wood, FPtzpatrik Forsberg, Erbele. McNierney. Blank. Gridley. O'Neil, Haley. Mender. Pthun. Tomlinson; Spencer. Wieters, Cauunody. lE-b, Nickerson, Walters, Humphrims. Mayers. Fowler, Sheeter. Callaghan, Donohoe. Thompson. Netherland, Wood rut Tinsley. Hammond. Alexander. King. Kenny. Calloway. Merill. Clark. han der, Mackay. Bartlett, ahriver. Davis, Ransbottom, Rowen. Tomb, Woolin. Dayldson, Cummings, Hanson. Corwin, ILmmon. Morris. Grove, Crist. McXer. cher. Gllcrist. Waite, Dougla. Gunnett. Russell. Gabriel, Cover., Moss. Parson., Wilson, Gridley. Newland. Whaley. Roe. Harris, . Watson. McKenny, Messick. H re, Hunter, Homan. Davis. Vaysr Hasbrouck. Darby, and Dau Boa NVENIENTLI 7th and Fla. Ave. N. W.-7 726 7th S. N. W.-14th 14th and U. S. N. W.-it 14th and P Sb N. W.-31s STREET N. W.-I TEN I )MORROW which we can offer as the ver SALT LEREL of the briny Sea. Altoft ft Gim Zwdom YTe Aho t ub e Z-"3owT% = -a a Nub ber of dbdkA ent- m M of R0w.. Am.r oe " - -- Loo Waser d o emb; Julme T. DavisM. D. ft preident Dogar Trust; Cbtes A. Fw km, former Distric Attorney er Nw York; George Mtrmane, WIUis 3 . T. 1. Wash. Edwwr H f@se, et Now York; Maj. RobertW. Hot , 43. W. P. RIchardson, Maj. J. C. E . Dr. Julian Cabell. Mllte C. ftt, 1ei eral Reserve Board; Ge. C. P. U phrey, Ord Proete. George I. Mnow, Goog R. MXCLanaha. Chafles BM. Ctleaai B. Northrop, P. at. no VR en. J. E. Pennybaker. . A. Tork. E. I, Watrous, Theodore F. Grgam. Proovieen. R. I., Jazoes . Jearkbs, Uim . Conn.; Prof. Burr W. jam&, MaNm. Wig.; J. C. fswyer. Adover. Mam.; I. H. Ives Goddard. Jr., Provdoenes. I. I.; IL R. Barton. Charles Nable Grery. and Charles P. Idght. seoretary of the Alfaa Club. LOCATED th and Q Sb. N. W. mad Ke.ym Sts. N. W. and U St. N. W. and M Sts. N. W. 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