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THE MAN'S STORE
Official Weather Report-Cloudy. 50 Nobby Styles in $20 Spring Suits $1515 Better Than Ever Money's 'orth or Money Back. D. J. Kaufman (TNCORPORATED) 1005-7 Pa. Ave. GRAFONOLAS Sold on $1 Cash Payments, Balance as Low as $5 Month. Call, Write. or Phone M. 8256. ARTHUR JORDAN. Owner. G Street at 13th TRY A BOTTLE OF EFFERVESCENT In Hot Water Before Breakfast and See How Much Better You Feel. A Wonderful Remedy for Constipation. Headaches. and Dia ordered Liver mad Kidneys. 10c Bottle-At Your Druggist's. FREE writ unto r Sal has done for them. A ddreas Box ', 9Herld. UNIVERSITY PURE DRUG CO. 3%, on Savings Ac<ounts UNION SAVINGS BANK, I "Oldest Savnngs Bank in Washington." EL T A TO U R S iaster Trips to Bermuda. Florida. and Viruinia. oUI Mner s a'o Yeowtone. N~nto far b-kt 2%s WOOD%%ARD BLDG. Phone Main 46R LOANS. HORNING IF, EI . VA (wath and of wari5y Bfidp.I Vga asum a n IVSt. so Roller Skating CLSEUM P'.'n. A,-. at Ni:,at. a... r0al 7 1000 to 13c-230 to~ 5-.3 to 1031. a L .t god 1,1-t ,-A tun= Aem Old Point Comfort, Norfolk,Va SOUTIIERN I'NTER RESORTS. *;ca Tor ta Fa.owo Hotel Cib rLI. - lta l I FL1 . Li7,TH aT. Nw. V.oodward BuikLna.> &OHFOLK AND NMASIlINGTON bTEAMBOAT CO. 10cMG BESSIE TODAY BARISCALE T . 10. 2-FOR2 STERLING ih 10 A. M. 10C ST R (DOULAS TODAY FAIRBANKS TUES MO. 2-CESTER C0NKLI ABSENT-MINDED ABNER~ WHILE II)ONT Pt.AcE cRL.uCt IN PHRENoL CONfNCF.. THATYouR B MEAN~ SOMETNING-. Gen. Clareno. R. Edwards Ie"ently ap pointed In emmand of t Amercan forces in the Canal Zone, ailed from New York last week to assume him new duties. S. E. Lewis. of the General Electric Company. Schenectady, N. Y., has ar rived in the city to assist the Public Utilities Commission in its electrolysis survey. Charles A. Stewart, chief clerk, of fice of the Comptroller of the Cur rency, Is ill. Miss Helen C. Stillmaa. head cata loguer of the superintendent of docu ments' office, Is in New York attend ing the Mardi Gras. Joseph R. Livingston. a widely known stock salesman of this city. will leave today for Baltimore. where he will spend two weeks on business. James A. Hennessy, of the proof room In the Government Printing Of fice, Is spending a week in Philadel phia vaiting friends. Miss Louise Brereton, of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Department of Agriculture, is ill at her home. Ernest Kelly. of the Bureau of Ani mal Industry, Department of Agricul ture. will read a paper before the meeting of the Southeastern Sanitary Association, next week in Brunswick. Ga. P. Freyholdt, of the Bureau of Yards and Docks, has been transferred to Pensacola. Fla. Third Lieut. G. U. Stewart has been appointed junior engineer officer on the S. S. Thetis. Albert E. Fullam, of Texas, has ac cepted an appointment as clerk in the American Embassy at Port Limon, Costa Rica. resigning his position as clerk in the office of the Fourth As sistant Postmaster General. Charles A. Sparks, of the War Col lege. has returned from a trip to Ohio. Charles E. Chambliss, agronomist in the Bureau of Plant Industry, has left for an extended tour of Inspection through the Southern States. Dr. J. W. Turrentine, of the labora tory of investigation. Bureau of Soil, has returned from a trip to New York. Dr. C. 0. Townsend, pathologist in charge of the sugar beet investigation division, Department of Agriculture, will leave this week for an extendea tour through the West and Middle West. John D. Yoakley has been appointed captain of the watch in the office of the Postmaster General. William H. Reckert has been given a probationary appointment as mes senger In the Patent Office. Lieut. J. A. Tiffany, of the Philip pine Constabulary. was a visitor at the Bureau of Insular Affairs last week. W. B. Dodge. food inspector of the District health office, has been grant ed twelve days' leave of absence. Howard C. Beck is In charge of the year book that is being compiled by the Tech senior class. John D. Drake has been reinstated as clerk. Census Bureau, and assigned to the division of manufactures. Charles C. Gray, of Washington. has been appointed watchman in the office of the Postmaster General. R. Hayes Brooke. U. S. N.. has re turned from a brief trip to White Sulphur Springs. W. Va.. where he and Mrs. Brooke were visiting with Mrs. Frank Browne Keech. Romulo S. Naon. Ambassador from Argentina, is In New York on a busi ness trip and is stopping at the Ritz Carlton. 8ie will return to the Capital early this week. C. A. Reed. of the Bureau of Plant Industry, has gone to collect data on his research work in North and South Carolina. Georgia, Florida, Alaboma, and Mississippi, and will return about the first of next month. Rev. and Mrs. Edward Wall have re turned to their home in Berryville. Va.. after a visit of six weeks at the home DEN TO it D E N 15c HONOR'S ALTAR S"HIS PRIDE AN SNAME" TO 11 15c HIS PICTURE ITHE PAPERS II in "HI, Auto Rination" --Well the Way of All Soanc 1. 1 ,.FULL "T ERES X'i I AM PRoDicgous LiMP S BELON*G TO of their son. W. i. Gegg, in Wash ington. Miss Hattle Anderson and Miss Elisabeth Davidson, who have been visiting friends in Hyattsville. have returned to their homes in Washing ton. Mrs. George Rice and Miss Kitty McDonald, who were here as the guests of friends last week, have re turned to their home in BerryvUle. Va. Mrs. Theodore Shugart, who has been with her mother, Mrs. A. H. Tanquary, during her illness at a lo cal hospital, has returned to her home in Charles Town, W. Va. Among the recent arrivals at the Shoreham are Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Fenwick. of New York; Mrs. Alexan der Hadden, of New York. and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Batterthwaits, of Short Hills, N. J. POLICEMAN ATTACKED BY GANG OF NEGROES Craps Shooters Try to Prevent Patrol man Thomas from Arresting One of Group. Policeman W. L. Thomas, of the Ninth Precinct. was injured yesterday in a fight with six negroes, attempting to re lease a prisoner, in Douglas court north east. The Policeman's back was severe ly strained as he held his prisoner with one hand and beat off the attack of the Oolored men with the other. The fight started early in the after noon when Thomas surprised a group of craps shooters. He arrested one and attempted to take another when the players set upon him. Holding his pris oner as a buffer, the policeman beat off the assailants with his club and sarted for the street entrance of the court. The negroes fled when he reached the open. Thomas took his prisoner to the Ninth police station where information was procured from him which resulted In other arrests. Thomas was treated at Casualty Hospital and later removed to his home at 609 D street southwest. WEATHER CONDITIONS. For the District of Columlna and Maryland Partly cloudy and warmer Monday. Tueday fair. sightly colder; moderate south winds. bcoming northwest Monday nigbL It will be warmer Monday in the Aultio and East Gulf States. and somewhat id. Tuesday in the Middle Atlantic States. The winds along the Middle Atlantic at will be moderate South and southwet. LOCAL TEMPERATURE5. MidnIght............ l on...............44 a m.............25,2p.m.............49 4a.m... ....... .............49 6 a. ............. . ............. 8 a. m.............~~..... Ia. .......2......N10P.i............. 46 Highest. 0; lowest, 21. Relative humildity-4 a. i.. -7; 5 p. m., 37. Rainfall (a p. m. to a p. m.s. Terctatue same data last year-Hiet. 42, lowest. 3M. TZMERATURLM IN OTHER CITIE. ILowest Highest last Eskin today. night. I p. m. fall. Ashenilo N. . . . .5 48 . Atlanta, G .............. . 63 .... Atlantic City. N. J........ 3 34 s .... Baltinore, Md............... 48 2- 40 .... Boston, Maa........... 36 it 32 .... Chicago, IIl............. 31 64 .... Denver, Colo................ 14 46 66 .... DetroitMich............ c 28 4 . .12 Galveston. Te............... 7" 60 64 .... Jack ni ..le, F ............ 6 40 r .... Miami. FIa.............. .2 5 64 .... New Orlean, LA............ 70 49 C .... New York. N. T............ 34 ) 2 .... Philadelphia. Pa............ 40 31 .... Portland. Me............ 3 6 a Salt Lake City, Utah....... 0 40 64 .... St.IeL., Mo...............72 U .. San Francisco. Cal......... 1A 0 . Ta ips. Fla...................7 64 . DEATH RECORD. WRITE. Annie Little WIlliams, 76 years, 118 Ingleside Terse nw. John Carml. 5, IM 0 40. e. John Gosby, 10. in autombilep te Georgetown Hoopt. Charlm D. Jones. 55, @0 orence st. ne. Janey Scott. 6t. 73 V Lt mw. Nathan Neuman. 50, 1132 7th ot. aw. Catherine O'Brnen, 5. 41 9th st. no. William DIver. 35. Provideroa Hoept. Mtry E. Horrigan, 54. 71 5th L ne. Isiah Morris, 50, Gorge Washington Hopt. Frederick Zinckgraf. 74, U. 8. sodier' Home Uopt. Marie r. Chiechia, 2. 1146 kth t. nw. Marshall Mrs,. 3 313 14th 0. now. Willam Guilford, 6r. 11 10th st. o. Richard B. Nixon, 74. 1316 Ia-ronot at. nw. John Stanzel. 50. Tuberculosin Hoept. Thomas F. X. Kely, 3 month, 33 Prosper ale. nw. Mary F. Wr6n. 6 hours, 165 3d at. nW. COLORED. Amanda Jeantf=. S yra 1ug 8. C. am. me. BIRTH RECORD. WHITL l-nry H. and Flones Maroden. girl. ilham and Pauline Lovelas, boy. Owen F. and Violet Gray, girl. Charlie R. and Marie L. Healy. girl. Arthur and Annie R. Cohen, girt. John I. and Stephana Casedy, girl. COLORED. James and Daisy Tate, boy. George and Mamie Thompon. boy. Herbert and Mattis Penn. girl. Oakley and Mamie Medley, gir. loas and Ida Micte, girL William and Hattie Johnom. girt. John and Elizabeth Harshaw. girl. LOCAL MENTION. 10 lbs. buckwheat, 25c, 12 lbs. white meul. 25c; lima beans, 7%c; 4 lbs. fancy head rice, 23c; 4 lbs. evap. peaches, 25c; 4 Golden Egg macaroni or spaghetti. 2"ic; 4 R oss' whole wheat biscuits, 25c; fat Norway mackerel. 5c and 10c; 2% lb. cans Karo syrup, 13c; 4 Wisconsin pea., 250; 4 sugar corn. 25c; 3 evap. milk, 10c; oyster crackers, 6c; cracker meal. 6c: sauerkraut, 7%,c; tuna fish, 8e and 12c; 3 oIl sardines, 10c; large jars molasses, 15c: large jars mustard, 12c: quart fars chowchow, 11c; best flour, $0.30 bbl.: 24 lbs. Old T'me flour, 75c. 412 Fourth St. S. E1. andi all the J. T. 1). Pyles stores. Riha~rde' Feuntes Pen & Git Shep. 1Expert on pens. 1429, Pa. Ave. uampy! WE. THATl I CATES Hi SocpALiT Y . YOLT GROi A. LObGE Prr "War stories from the notteie~l" of Europe" will be related by Robert Minor. war correspondent. Wednesday night at S o'clock at the Pythian Tom Vie. 1012 Ninth street northwest. The entertainment will be under the aus pices of the Socialist party. The tweaty-feurth "analt banquet 'of the Second Corps Association. Army of the Potomac, will be held tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock at the New Eb bitt House. The Army Relief Seeiety will held Its annual meeting "Wednesday morn ing at 10:30 o'clock in the New Willard Hotel. The meeting will be open to the public. A society elreas will be given for the benefit of the Army Y. M. C. A. in the ring of the Riding and Hunt Club on Saturday evening, April 8. Progressive Coumen, No. 9. Dough term of the American Revolution, will have a class initiation Thursday even ing, March 23. A special grogram with refreshments is announced for tomorrow evening at Oriental Council, Royal Arcanum. which will hold a "regent's class night." E. J. Ward. of the BUreap Of Edu cation. and Dr. Joseph H. Wall will be the speakers at a meeting of the Washington section of the Council of Jewish women to be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Eighth Street Temple. "Basiness Ethics" will be the sub ject of an address by Isaac Gans be fore the graduating class of the West ern High School tomorrow morning. C. N. Hunt. offeial lecturer for a transcontinental railroad. will describe the beauties of Yellowstone Park in Woodward & Lothrop's Auditorium to morrow and Wednesday afternoons. The Indiana Society of Washington will hold its regular monthly meeting on the third floor of the Old Masonic op -- Washing S THE UE ~ -OF pp.AggBIT Y! You 1(K' DRmks R YOUR F'RiENDS Temple, Ninth and F strets northwest, Saturday evening at 9 o'clock. An in teresting program hag been arranged. The Ohio soetty ot Washingtm will meet tonight at Raueehers at 9 o'clock. Oscar T. Crossby, formerly of the En giners' Corps, U. E. A., will be the principal speaker. Dancing will com plete the program. The Northeast Washington Citims' Association will meet tonight at 9 o'clock In the Northeast Temple, Twelfth and H streets northeast. The Vermont state Asseelaties wUil be addressed tonight at I o'clock at the Washington Club by Representa tive Frank Greene. Mrs. Frances M. Shore will render a contralto solo. Of ficers will be elected. The Florida Soeeety of Washington will hold its regular monthly meeting at the Logan Hotel. Iowa Circle. A musical and literary program has been arranged. The Washingea Cat Club will meet tomorrow night at a o'clock at the home of Mrs. F. M. Tompkins, 1883 Third street northwest. The Lambskin Club of Master Mla sons will hold memorial services to night in honor of the departed broth ers of the club. Dr. James Shera Montgomery will be the principal speaker. "The Heroes of the Civil War" will be the subject of an address by Gen. Isaac R. Sherwood at G. A. R. Hall Thursday night at 9 o'clock. Patriotic songs will be sung by his daughters. The Amerteau Imatitute of Banking post graduate class will be addressed tonight by Prof. Parker H. Willis. sec retary of the Federal Reserve Board. in the chapter rooms. 1214 F street northwest Co*ln Clarke White. until recently with the Metropolitan Opera Company. will sing tomorrow night at the monthly meeting of the Martha Wash ington Chapter. D. A. R.. in the Wash ington Club. The session will be open to friends of members of the chapter. British Guiana gold mines last year produced 60,733 ounces of gold. SE E Gas R SAl A Postal wi Will IRI Dc -I e Main 8284, Pleas ton Gas Li1 -THiS ONE. DEwOES VEREC EXTREM'1t HUMiLiTY, You w RUN F'oR AN OFFiCE . 75c A WEEK -that's all you need pay for this CoAbia Grafonola "35" and 12 selections or six Double-disc Records. Complete Cash or Credit . Delivery at once-the use of the instrument while you are pay mg for it. Otber Grafemela medelb-415 to $2N. Deable-dsc Reeed.-45c to $3.01. All Grafonolas are guaranteed for two years. We will keep them in perfect repair free. House & Herrmann Seventh and Eye Streets HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS E US ,ND OUR SPLENDID LINE OF anges, Gas Water Heaters and Gas Lights AT OUR ,ES DEPARTMENT 425 Tenth Street N. W. RITE US For cuts and full particu lars of our Easy Monthly . Payment Plan. IONE US And one of our represen tatives will call on you with photographs and any information desired. ~ht Co. 425 Tenth St. N. IV.