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Play of the Hour
STRA oDay B., 2e
Commee J. Stmat Biarktea's
The fiery of the Ia
sit of 70Sm and de. Gray
Camemmsse-1I A. M.. to _II P. I.
GA"HU LG tnes., 1se
Th ra Mtooi
ARMS FOR IONE GUARD I
ARE PROVIDED IN BILL
Senator Lodge's Measure Expected to 4
Give Impetus to Enlistments.
The Home Guards of the District or
ganized for the protection of public build
lngs and as an auxiliary to the local 4
police force will take on a soldierly
appearance with the passage of a bill I
an the Senate yesterday authorising the -
government to furnish equipment of ri
des, cartridge belts, haversacks and can- I
The bill was introduced by Senator 4
Lodge and was favorably reported from
the committee by Senator Weeks with
an amendment providing it should apply I
to the District of Columbia as well as 1
to the States. Its speedy pasasge by t
the House seems assured. ]
The effect of this statute is expected
to quicken enlistments for home service. I
Many men have hesitated to join the I
Home Guard because the corps had not i
been equipped y objected to drill- i
Ing with 4rcntos
Wines and Liqt
Get the Pick of
Sweet Catawbe...1.25 GaL
edm in Wiskies,
Phone Main 998
e as see Nei
AM e M~
bile it is admitted that
clothing business of I
feel that--for the qui
at the prices we quote-.
clothe all the men of ti
n the host of satisfied
e Man's Store-Why n
Iuality M. S. a
$15-4 to '
No Increase in Pri
Money's Worth or Mon
D~. J. Kaul
TO ARMY Y. M. C. A.
;ives $50 to Aid Association Work i
at Fort Myer.
William Jennings Bryan, who has been
n Washington for a few days. yester- I
lay walked into the Y. M. C. A. build-I
ng and handed Arthur L. Smith his I
iersonal check for 50 to help erect and
upport the Army Y. M. C. A. at Fort <
iyer. He also informed Mr. Smith, who I
e secretary of the Army branch of the f
r. M. C. A., that he would send his e
heck every month for a similar amount!,
5 long as the war continued. i
Mr. Bryan refused to discuss the mat
er last night, merely saying that he;
ad given his check to Mr. Smith and
hat further information would have to?
come from the Y. M. C. A. ofcials. Mr.
iryan expects to leave town today.
Work of erecting a Y. t. C. A. build-j
ng at Fort Myer has been started, the
oundations already having been com
,ieted. The work is being done by the (
oldiers themselves, many of them being e
:arpenters, masons, and bricklayers.
Ii of Choice
fors to Be Sold
the Goods Now
Brandies and Cordials.
I CO., Inc.
1405 F ST. N. W.
bor TEOT, AND wals.
GOLD FOR EACB PRIZE
WHO DAes FaU=
I ALLa TOlL PLaAnS
Gg tRode t--Pr.bihti Showier.
we are doing
ility we give
1005.7 Pa. Ave.
ARNEWiE PEACE BODY
HOLDS MEETING HERE
alif Million Dollars Appropriated for
War Sufferers in Europe.
The annual meeting of the board of
rustees of the Carnegie Endowment
und for International Peace was held
sterday at the headquarters-of the or
anizat'on. 2 Jackson place northwest.
Reports from olicers, committees, and 4
irectors were heard and discussed b.
he trustees. Appropriations were made
or administrative purposes and for the
ontinuance of educational work for
ourses in international relations befor.
iternational policy clubs and in colleges
nd summer schools.
The sum of 3500,000 was appropriatest
or war sufferers, to be expended as
peedily as possible toward the recon
truction of the devastated portions of
erbia. France. Belgium, and Russia.
he following trustees were present at
Elihu Root. president; Joseph H.
hoate, vice president; James Brown
cott, secretary: Robert Bacon, Robert
Brookings, Thomas Burke. Nichola<
lurray Butler. Charles W. Eliot, John
T. Foster, Austen G. Fox. Robert A.
ranks. George Gray, William M. How
rd. George W. Perkins, Henry S
ritchett, Jacob G. Schmidlapp, James
Slayden, Oscar S. Straus. Robert S.
Voodward, and Luke E. Wright.
Ft. the District of Cbitunba, Delaware a.i Mar-n
Nd-Probably showera today. Tanorrow fair and
rodr; rhi south shifting to west wind,.
For Virgnia-Probbiy fair today and tomorrow
oler tomorrow; moderate south winds.
High tempeetsrem Imacil over muech of the
ountry est of the Mtiaasirippi .Iiver, excert or,
he Mliddie Atlantic coast and in New Engljand.
rhile cooler weather has. oserapread the Misinssipj.,
alley and te West Gulf States.
The. indirstions are that there will be loarl
mie today and probably fair weather tomsorrow in
he Mfiddle Atlantic and New Thcland States.
he Uppeer Ohio Valley and thre -egion of the Great
rakes, In the Lower Ohio Vallee,.Tenneesee, tihe
onth Atlantic rr.d East Gulf States the wathuer
'ill bre generally fair.
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l a.em......... 3 I p.m.........
Higheat. 72; lowest. Si.
Relative beinidit3-- a. in,.31; S 1A m. 3: 5 p.
L.. 72. Hoeurs of mnnmhi". H~* Per oact d pa
ibis eaahin. M.
Temperature aes date lost year-Higeg U
Higbutg last Rain
ods, sight. 8 p..= faiL.
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itleie Ciey. N. .5... 44 45
Iaimmue, . ........... U g g y
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Srtinm. 06c-........ 8 6 ...
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smspi Ind..... U U M ..
[seamit. 4L.......- i M as .
lawerm.e La....... Se 44 0 .14
ierersrk N. Y........ 4 M * *.s
lesNebr.............g 4 2 0.3.
Idaneb is Pa....... tos a *.g
'iti@ ft............ 3 U 75 ...g
aa sI~msm (L...... 4 ....
nd ral m aat. 3-an~
ble, T:w i. alt4:1 a. - 2 - .hi
Me at Cqi eip s and : DCeau
Clin of Drys "Pruposeuu
Ajuaasd-and alarmed by the growth
of sentiment favoring legIslation which
would eonpel nation-wide prohibitiom
through a stoppage of manufacture- of
all alcoholic beverages for the period
3f the war, representatives of the brew
Ing and distiitbag interests reached this
city yesterday to determine methods to
offset the agitation.
The fact that only through the defee
tion of certain members of the New York
lelegation was definite action sidestepped
at.'the Democratic House caucus, has
emphasised to the liquor advocates the
tact that the liquor problem may at a
rnoment's notice be forced to the front
Despite the denial by the wet inter
sets of the statistics -furnished to Sec
retary of Agriculture Houston at the
recent St. Louis conference, that up
wards' of 400,000,000 bushels of grain are
innually utilized for the manufacture
if intoxicants by the brewing distilling
nterests. representatives of the drys in
ist that their figures are correct. They
'say that they were compiled by H. J.
Waters, president of the Kansas State
Hugh F. Fox. of New York. secretary
if the United States Brewers' Asoscia
ion, who Is in this city on behalf of
he brewers of the country to place
heir resources unreservedly at the di
>aeition of the government, declared that
he statistics of the drys are "prepos
President Wilson. it was stated yester
lay, has as yet taken no side in the
igitation. It is not believed here that
he administration will go oh record
mn this troublesome question until after
t has secured the passage of its general
car program. There was a general be
tef in certain quarters that the Presi
lent would not favor prohibition meas
ares at this time because of the neces
cry sacrifice of revenue.
U. S. SAVIOR OF ALLTUF.
London. April 20.-"We have tg. admit
hat without America our sea supplies
re In such danger as to jeopardise the
rhole campaign." says Arthur Pollen.
iritish naval expert, In the newspaper
.and and Water. He adds that the Brit
sh admiralty has failed to solve the U
Elmer C. and Mildred Wheatley. gir.
Adre D. and Olive Phillip, boy.
Jehn S. and Beads A. N3Ior. be,.
Curtis C. and Mary McDonnell, girl.
Laslie A. and Minnie D. lieg, boy.
Frank L. and Emma E. Hosmeiter,. boy.
William B., Jr., and Coa Gifford. boy.
Imisi and Mary T. Osmti. girl.
William and Mary L Bark, boy.
Fyanda E. and Gram . Beale, sirl.
Marvia B. and Maude L. BaMesas, bay.
George and Matti. Tibbs, boy.
Edward and Ether Smith, boy.
Chartes B. and Loia Minor, boy.
Jases and Opbelia Middleton. sir1.
Martha V. Ctmbeland. 79 reers, 11 th et, LM.
Margaret Voorhen., S. 1133 2th at. as.
John Sebafer, 3, Tabeulode Hospital.
tary O. Morris. a, 12 13th at. M.
William Orr e. St. mibrth'a HasidtaL
William A. Noel, 1. 9 Todd pl. rn.
Henrietta Lord, 0, 1412 rth at. a.
Timothy J. Mahoney. 0. New Willard.
Richard C. Muller. . 21s 1st at. w.
Thomas H. Bandlett, 7, 1147 1th at. aw.
William H. Harrs,. 45. St. Ennhekth's Hespital.
Ella Gr.en, N, 183 Wiltberger S.. mw.
Theodore Hiughe, S. Garfeld HspitaL
Wender tea, Ise; Pergeeten blend.
19c; Wonder coffee. 20c; 24 lbs. Old
rime flour, 21.50; Sweet Wrinkle peas,
2%c; fish roe. 16c; asparagus, 15c;
tegina peaches. 14c; N. O. molasses,
[5c: peanut butter, 16c; fat Norway
nackerel, 12%c oats. 7%c: Gold Medal
rheat food. 12%c. The J. T. D. Pyles
"Largest Credit Jewelers in the
"As True as ts Name"
Manufactured by the famous
Dueber Watch Co., fully guar
anteed by them and by us,
and kept in repair for one
year free. Cases are lo-kt.
gold-filled, 30-year guaranty.
With 70 years of experience
we have never handled a finer
Either Cash or on
50c a Week
In pitish-lined, leather case;
timed, adjusted and icased at
factory; delivered to you 1in
the original package.
All models in double cases
at slightly advanced prices.
Don't carry a cheap. unre
liable watch when it's such
an easy matter to own one
that is handsome and depend
able. We give the watch
into your possession at once.
935 Pa. Ave.
put.t ca.md i ..im PM..
cs..aipeam of a al&...d
Are yes i fverf dij
am tbis. Weak and acn
A ddss ................
JEWIS PALESTINE DEBATE.
Waahbmgt. and Richmead Repee
seated en Quesetl. et Imdegeademee.
R:presentative teams of the Your
Men's Hebrew Association of this ci
and the Young Men's Hebrew Asso.
aton of Richmond, Va., tomorrow eves
in-g :t 8:30 o'clock, at the old Maso,
Temple. Ninth and F streets nort'west.
all, .lebate on the question: "Resolved.
that i-n indtpendent Jewish state can .e
su:ccesfully maintained in Palestine i1
undisputed poesession of the land can be
The local team, composed of George
Heiford. Isidore I. Meyerowltz, anu
Harry Clayton. aill support the aftirna
tive. The judges are Isaac Siegel. Rep
resentathie from New York; Milton
Strasburger. judge of the Municipal
Court, and Robert Scold. Louis E.
Splegler will be the presiding officer. A
musical program has also been arranged.
That means double
It is not only wise
now in anticipation of p
pation of the inevitabl
At Lang's Y
Delivery to Auy o
Part et I.e tty.
Wet Hints to
Pea.ylvanl Ra Rye
-e.c ..d Irish
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G. Doe! Wifkm . U. aud Hl J. U~Mad. H.
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Adgflt W. TA.,~ 1: ad 3.rth Bae. Is. Re.
Ji.m Et. Fort
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R. C. R.tl
the price to the con
to lay in your supply
rehibition, but is autiai
eincrease due to war
mu Will Find
r Dry Times
lirgimla Apple Doandy
Rare Old Wines