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Final Reductions at D. J. Kaufman's D. J. Kaufman "winds up the season with Two Big Bargain Prices in Men's Suits and Overcoats . 218 $25 and $30 Suits (Final Reduction Price) 16 .75 r 128 $25 and $30 Overcoats (Final Redaction Price) $ 16 .75 165 $35 and $40 Suits (Final Reduction Price) $ 23 .75 95 $35 and $40 Overcoats (Final Reduction Price) $ 23 .75 1005-07 ? Penna. Ave. ? There 11 Be Hulling Around Here for the Next Two Weeks Af one*/* Worth or Money Back D. J. Kaufman 616 17th Street vfj* LOANS HORNING fii-r es es, i aleh?. Jene.?! S??**?* tUd ?f Highway Bridj?. IftfUtm??? 1 raa*a< '?-J ?. ? ci u al ? ? t * ?? er* Take ear? Ht l-'ifc Strebet ??? fVmaeylTan'a avesti?, fer Mota ???f #f HU--..T BHdif. Ose rar ?* mm* ea*-? we_r. BECKER'S MARKET 1?18 7th^t. N. 3697 Monday's Speciale |F?>rk Chops .Lb. 30c S?riain Steak.Lb. 25c Beef ?Ter.Lb. 14c JHuabarfer Steak .Lb. 25c Business Signs AND Show Cards HUES SIGNS W3 ftb St. N. W. F. 6663 International Cleaners and Dyers Ladies' Fine Work a Specialty TWO STORES: 1318 14th St. Main 9225. 3003 14th St. Col. 7362. HK f.lVE SERVICE Liberty Bonds aad Partial Payment Card? Whether Paid Up or Not Bought for Cash Ob tke Baaii of New Y.trk Market Quotation? T. R. J. Campbell & Co. Stute 75, 1415 G Street N. W. Eran* Arcade Entrance. Phones Main 8458-8459 ymWmWlmWM?mWmWmWJmmWM RESORTS^ ?tt-ASTsC Of Y. *.. 4. Cmora-)OTJwrtTCi (3EAIBI mJIH. SIX* WEATHER CONDITIONS. Lnatnct ot Columbia and MrLrrland-CToti'ly '? ?- a G- tenda . thr .4'r- with pmluM' ratn; inodante tsunt-srature; moderate easterly winda. Virpoia -Cloudy in north, profcably rain in south portion Monday; Tuetfday, clc-udy ; mod crate temperature; moderate e*aat?rl7 winds. $7.00 and 98.00 TROUSERS HADE TO MR4?ritC $6.50 ?1? DM THE TA,LOR? 1.1/1.11, m 7th Strati H.W, Remeeber 4kr Aatrlrr?? GAS LOGS At a Bargain Closing out stock at greatly re duced prices. : M?DDIMAN _ [1204 a. G St. .18 on 12th St. $500 Raised for Refief Work at Polish Dance More than $.">0l) was raised at the Polish, national costume dan.cc given laet Monday night at Carroll Hall. 924 G atreet northwest. ? larger to tal le expected a? soon as all com mittee women have been heard from. It la requested that those holding tickets make returns to Mrs. John B. Snlegoskt, 71S Maryland avenue north east, a.- ?soon as possible. The entire proceeds raised at thi? time through the efforts of the Polf?h mothers in Washington will be de voted towards the welfare of the op pressed children of the parent coun try. THE MAYNARD CAFE TRY Oil MM0IS CLUB LUNCH 50c BAKERY DEPARTMENT Hot Rolls, Pics, Cakes, Crullers, Etc. Delivered to Any Part of the City. ?$11 12tk Street N. W. BILL AIDING SOLDIERS OPPOSED BY LEAGUE Civil Service Reformers Object to Preference Clause. President Wilson was yesterday asked fey the National civil ?Service Reform League to veto the census bill bccau?H? of its provisions creating 86,000 patronage jobs, and the rider granting absolute preference in civil service po sition.?? to discharged soldiers. In a letter signed by Richard H. Dana, president, the league pointed out that the rider would wreck the efficiency of the civil service, and would discriminate heavily against women, making it practically impossi ble for them to obtain civil service po sitions in future. LOCAL MENTION. 4 Ib.. BB-rkssrhrat. ZSet I Ib?. 78..-. Gunpowder tea. (1.26; 2 can? corn. ?25c; 20 ozu?. bakinu powder, 15c; tuna flsh. 8c: fish roe. 12 l-2c; red kidney bean?. 10c: larire herring?, SOc; navy beans. 10c: lima bt?an?, 12 1-2c; Star Cocoa. 25c; cocoanut. l(*o can; pean, 15c; peanut butter. 15c; 3 doz. ?afelv matches, 26c. 92. Pa. Ave. and 'all the J. T. D. Pyle? ?tore?. Once with It jou'd never be withaat H THE FOUNTAIN PEN Oar ?stork I? tb. Urge.? I. the I isllod St?????. Th? ? lenall?? malt???? WATERMAN SWAN PARKER MOORE . SHEAFFER CONKLIN Ricliartl. Foutus Pt? Shop 1225 Pa. Art., Wuhiafton, D.C. CLERKS TO GIVE KEATING DINNER Testimonial Banquet Is Planned in Honor of Colorado ?Solon. A testimonial banquet will be giren to Representative Edward Keating, of Colorado, at the New Bbbltt to morrow evening by the Joint Retire ment Committee, an organisation com iposa-d of representative? of various organisations of government employe?. During his six year? In Congres? Representative Keating has been active in behalf of retirement tuid other legislative reforms beneficial to th? civil service and to the govern ment employee. K. J. Ryan Chairs???. Edward J. Ryan. praMddent of th? Railway Mall Association. 1? chair man of the committee having the banTuet arrangement? in charge. The rtrlnripa.1 ppeaker? will be: Rotiert H. Alcorn. chairman of the Joint Re tirement Committee: Senator Kenneth McKcllar. of Tennestaee, Joint author wrtth Mr Keating of a pending re tirement measure; Secretary of l^iaor William S. Wilson, Secretary of the American PVderation of LeJaor Frank Morrison. Thoma? F Flaherty, secretary of the National Federation of Poatal Employe?, will be toastmaster. Corp. Michael Young will lead the singing. The following member? of the Joint Retirement .committee are on the banquet arrangement committee: K. J. Ryan, chairman: N. P. Allfa?, ?ec rstary; John J. Devlny. Jasper D. Evan?, W. W. Keeler, R. J. Galnor, R. H. Alcorn, T. F. Fl-aherty. W. D. Clark. R. 8. sexton. Dr. IJewellyn Jordan and Miss Gertrude McNaJly. MAJ. GILLETTE BACK IN CIVILIAN UFE Popular Officer Was Expert Or ganizer at Camp Humphreys. After nearly a >?eax at Camp Hum phrey?. Major D. J. Gillette, of Wash ington, returns tomorrow to take up hie dutlea in the personnel offlc? ot the Chief of Engine-era. Durinar hia stay at Camp Hum phreys Major Gillette haa won the title a? the "champion organiser" of the camp a* well as the camps you ngea t major. I? is greate-st work waa the organization of the poet ex changee, having placed all of them since his arrival at the camp upon a paying- baeis. The young officer received hto com miaaion as it-eoorvd lieutenant in 151* and was assigned to the Washington Barracks in .September of that year. In 1916 he waa aent to Plattsbur? a? instruction In the trainine ca?mp for clTliiana. and Anally to (amp Hum phreys in the early sprint of lt-la, PURELY PERSONAL MI?s Elisabeth McBrlde, of Brook lyn. Is visiting friends In Richmond Virginia. Miss Dorothy Mllbenk return terday from New York. Mi?? Elizabeth Webeter. of the Treasury Department, has resigned to return to her home In Ct-icsago. William Joedon, of ??. iati"-i a, 1? ms la in a: a motor trip, through the West Henry Blanchford. at the Civil Service Commission. Is viUtlng friend? in Atlanta, Georgia. Mrs. Arthur Blalne of St. Louis, is visiting her mother, Mrs. James Gor don at Wardman Courts Inn. "U V. Lampson. vice president of the High School Tescher?' Union, has re signed as an Instructor at Central High School. He will take a position as general organiaer of the American Federation of Teacher?' Union. Eckles Silloway. before hi? enlist ment an employe of the Public Health Service, has received his army discharge and an .appointment In the United State? Cu?toms Serv ice at New York City. Bernard SimonsoB. record clerk of the War P.isk Insurance Bureau, will spend the next fortnight at Atlantic City. Fabian Campbell has resigned from the Treasury Department to accept an appointment with a local banking house. Ksther Mullcr. of Newark. N. J, has Joined the clerical force at the Capitol. Mr?. Regina Connor has been transferred from the temporary list of the War Risk Bureau to the Ag ricultural Department. Parker Donovan i? Usuino; invi tations for "An Irish Evening," to be held at bis home In the Portner Apartment?. March 17. Mr.?. Roena Wayland. assistant clerk in the District Supreme Court, and Mie? Maude Roger?, secretar}* U> Chief Justice McCoy, returned last night from a week-end visit to New York. Ml?.? Jessie Winslow, of the Isth mian Canal Commission, vaho has been ill ?everal days, is reported much im proved. j George D. Finley has returned from ! a visit to his brother. Andrew M. Fin ley, at McKeesport- Pa. Ralph J. Rlngsley. of the Treasury : Department, has returned to work after a ten-day illness. Rudolph R. Lampson. of the Depart ment of Labor, t? In Detroit, Mich., on government busi ne??. Lawrence F. Baylls?. of the General Land Ofnoe. has won a promotion Daniel T. Ruhr, of New Brunswick. N. J., i? visiting friends in Roaslyn, Va Emory Wilson, principal of Central High School, who ha.? been 111 for sev eral months is progressing favorably Riniti Dowling. who was musteret! out of the army last week, has enlist ed in the navy. Marvin McLean, ?on of the former president of the Brookland Citiseli?' A??oci?tion. I? ?eriously 111 in s Baiti more hospital. MrT^an was eaptair of lfttt year'? track team at Centra! | High School. Reta Bond is planning to go to Bal timore thi? week for a ?hort stay ?i i the home of her cousin. Grand Arany La diet to Meet The ledi?*? of the Grand Army wll hold a reception tomorrow night at S:S0 o'clock in the Grand Army halt ? in honor of Sister Rose Haughton national president of the organisation. All circle members ?re Invite?) to ?t? I tend ASSERTS CHRIST HAD UNION IDEA Rev. Howard Stewart De clares Savior Advocated Sound Labor Principles. 'Tf Christ were alive today " said Rev. Howard I. Stewart, pastor of the ?Second Baptist Church. Fourth atreet and Virginia avenue aouthwest. last night, "he would ?e-crtatnly be a mem ber of a labor union " Rev. Stewart's topic waa. ?*?>?*?? th? l-*bortn-- Man Get a Square Deal?" "Chr-Bt," said the pastor, 'adv-Dea-Aed- ? the very thin** for whicii labor union.tr are lighting today?namely, a decent place to live, ?decent food, a safe pla<c? to work in. a pia?-? tre* from moral contamination and a share in the profits he helps earn." "Peraonally," remark??*) the pastor. "? am stronic for labor unions. The ortrajiieers of the labor unions hare don?" well In banding tbe workera to gether for their common good "*? Beer. *a 'Mart**.** ?This 'no beer, no work.' Idea is not a slogan of the oi^aniied laimr of America. It la the work of the Holfheviki. It la the slogan of an element which would not be ?content with anything. "I beliere," went on tbe pa* tor, "that the employer has a ligbt to re fuse to hire Inefficient and unpatriotic help It is hts right to aele-rt oanabie thorough and honeat men. Hei|aj a right to reject men who are not a credit to his establishment But at the same time, be ia not a rear and ha# no moral or other right to ask or erpect a man to work for an insuffi cient wage in an unsanitary place. "Either capital and labor are com ing to a better understanding, or they are approaching a condition the con sequences of which no man can for AMUSEMENTS B. F. KEITH'S daily;^sun \* HOLTS _ A.? c? MM?* ?-?' 93 ????re frs? Hro.elv.es LOUISE DRESSER JACK GARDNER A Is?.. In "Ilia? Truewi hs J?e* ?awu TlIK KorR MORTOf?. MR. at "HV JIMMIK usuili ?LARA MOHTOV snV. ? ATIORAL T*****t a,? ????p??. We4 ajma. Sat. Klavi A I rliiiiii? ? tintinar' *?. II ?* ? ' *? ' ( OMftl* The RAINBOW GIRL Ileus, IIUI'iMi HITS III ?I h ?.???ar I? HITCHT KOO lUlas, FRIEDA HEMPLE ? rid*. ?iM, sl.rrK 1?. TlckartB, COO G. 90 ,' K T. Arthur BnutA Us? U ?U LAST COSCF.RT THIS SEASON i.es?ay PHILADELPHIA 4 30 ORCHESTRA la?s>pssld Makovokl. I .*iseter. ???lula!. Uli? ?-?maref? l??**|,( Ticke?*. CSt G-to. t.M. G.00 T. ArUior ramiti?, 1*9? G ?L LYCEUM Peaa.AW? at llth ?? Palare ?af KurlrkDDr CHAR LES ?* G? A ? E R "THE H?6H FLIERS" GAYETY &*T "THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN" FRANK"HUNTER Ne it \s eek??Tke- I.?Me-? Crsasks." -II. Hill? Arll??1?m. DANCING LEARN TO DANCE AT THE RIGHTWAY SCHOOL OF DANCING Messt orM.s^t*? S4?dw? ??wtk of ?>*rv Tort. 1218 New York Ave. >ear Tfclrteeatfc Mreet. Prof. l'Ain ?ved Mia? Prtxluif?. u-a'lun-; all tl tataat b-Ulrtwoi daaoea Pritate k-aaoo? any bmii. Tie. Vian the KiahLwv Ana, that'? the aalt* thii-ag to do? You ?re iant-od. Oar atker statila at SIS ..... ?n mswam% irar New . "f? avraae. la ??opto (mU Monday. \V#--di..-eday. Saturday aaL_ inax ???*? ?*****, TJO to SJO, ic C-tata daace, 8? to ll. Sc.. lMvate Irawxis. Tar, ?-PKCIA1*? CLASS DAWCK At the North?*????! Vinone TVnpt?-. tkh and ? ?aa north aja*. Tiaaw. Ito UJp. av ?t-eDUe n, 50c; ladies & Kelter'? < Hi fu alia. < o?f t? tbe Alile*' Ball at tke OU Mnaontr Tetante, ath aad F Ma. W. W. FRIDAY. MARCII 14TH Abe Kaa?la*kT"a Orekeatra arili ?lay Jaaa Jaaa. Pref. Cala will be there. .,, hllrarii. ???t. 1 .adir? f rer. ? .r-mri I'prnins Week Wajhinglon Dancing kci?emy lltk aad ? Mreet? M. W. ^ Mndera balbaoB. dai-acin? C?L uiiaht, alt? -taaa. TYw ??-?est -TBlc, ?aff o? ?adj ani eanU-??*-. ?? ? _ w iemehera ta Wtuhitvton. Tb? r^*S ^ fKrft-???h?5e, fanc-y and dem Aaoc ???.?' * * ,Peril-JtT l'ntit* kaa ^ i1? 'J*ffl *'??' R**,WOAh** T* ct* If i?? ^e**Y ? (aa walk w? -*o?r?nt*f-* yo? to ? iX dance brfore leiTins ?tadlo. T\\WA I*ra?ruc? dinnnf tir? with of* | ~% ?kaatr? ?i*-??fry Dlffat. Annex Dancing ACADEMY ,G'?0*?** Trae h i ? ? na t?.-ti ?, ?. ballroom danelaa ? .>?>. htr-p, G+* Trat. VI alta iJbu 1 a 1 e a t atra?? (la-?? I?-?-?1??. W?f. Pri vate IriMi? *wkj kaar. Lady and ?t.ee t lesa?? a laatraetara. M and E Sta. N. W Pboof FraiiktiB 2650 m?m*~"mmf* mi ???G?? lATEST AID ?MT CDIMCT bAKlK Tiawi? |-n?at? urnum myi?*-. j*aa*r aad aaaaaaaca da? g,it?. U. Notti** -t???? ?"?' rr.-j .? <i-JOi t.f-Te?,, Ne* lori.? D-r* ?1-..DC?? ?UKl Mir? *????. Jan-.. iisTiao. etc. tu? daM-cm. Taa??J?? ?d? tMiurOi-j ?t*aiop. ln?trucU*>t. -?tic ai*.. <, a ? w 11 ^ t-baa? M-sli, l73t_ ?Mm u>, ,mch fuk mjtpr cxitiaax.T ano ci ro-daU danno? io th? atj. LaaM daara? W^of-Kiaj ?nd Set'.rdaj e-i-c'r--?. Gt?-niU le? ????,?? aao " d?>?i-<->i '??^c *??<* f'nt.aaai I? ?ti-octo?-- 81??1???? > 1--???.???\, ULt ?. 1AV ti gL aa. Ki-ttnAlLs aa? AMUSEMENTS. SllfEIT 6UBICK r aa?. ?a Tta. Wa-eett?? at Ike Maxaeraa. nha?art. T-?la?t at -.ta?. I???. (I ??? Tbara-?ay. "SHE WALKED IN HER SLEEP The iti? 1 *r?*. Ill? It? Mart. ????, *-?>** ?athar ??I'artar. BMSswaaawI urne ?-il? SETS THE TOWN LAOGHIPtG "IT IS THE BEST EVER SEEN HERE" ?jad that it? rre?t <*??!_ Isabel F Irving. Helene Uikii' Kva William?. l-ella Kita??. Martoria D?vi?. Robert Ober Arthur Ayle*worth. Welter W?lk.r Ar thur DeLord. Joa-ei-b ? "re ban. I? THE BEST HU SEEI II FAKE YOU MUST SEE IT Next Sonda t Seats Selli??? ? ?-.hin? . ?." Vu. "Tbe Girl m Stater??* ?" Kb! If? ? ....?? ?-??4 II? 11. a GIRI.*? Mt -alC?UIKL? SIR JOHN GALSWORTHY 1 "llai.lt . < -.- , m...' ^?*???||?1 r me l'I? ???ri* hi -mIII t*>>rak aa BRITON AND AMERICAN -?III HI:KT-4.aJI**UCK ??'??? SUNDAY fBHTBh Tlekel?. ?-..tan ?lji?. |1?? -rc^ ???-? ?( T. Arlktar Baaltk. SIIBEIT-BEUKO ????*,,-* G. RAT G?-????)G? ? ? nap ? Mmm tammrm?r. "Adam and Eva" By (-?t ? ??' = *? ? a?*! ? - ?-f i, * ????*.? \ltkor. 4?f -r?!,? ? !*??(." w-lih a ?npNT-rh O V.Vk * BntTftaastf r &t f .1 ??-?? ?1? rari*.-"?rat I 111*11. ?r ?m*t?>?'k m?i <??r*t riff I EXPERIENCE Tbe Most ?? ??iteri a. I PI?. . ? AM-rlr?. Barcata Mad. Than*. Ile?1 ?e?t. ?? POLI'S atT?S?; MARCH 11th PHILIP GIBBS ?*Tl.r ???^t? ? >t r? ?paaef at ih?? wer ,r-t-?l"???. ?- rh?etrri?? -??III ??*-*? ah ?? THE SOUL OF THE WAR Tlrkrlaa. ?CJta?. SI.M. II?? TV. i>? ?ale by T. ?r-ttaaar -.??Ilk. irto? a. M. aad Ii?? <>?Tle. I'wh a The Nana?? tal.-?! Re?uv*o: ??..hoaiar LOEWS-Jp ALACF F St. at 11th Baa. ?Taattnaaaa ?*'..1? a.a*, ?a II am ?1.??*,?. ?(.????- UK!).. BILDE BURKE lai 'Good GracitnU. -n'.v ? \l.*.<l -??IKT* -I 1H-T AUBHIAir' mmt llaaaaae-t ?.Min? Para?. ? le??? Tilt R**.. FRI.. ?AT.. LILA LEE laa -G? l*l*Y I.IIVW_ ?C o l'lTm b i A| TialHY. *4(l1. 1TE?_ ?Kl?. W ALUCE REID In H? Lalta* l'*naaaa-aiat fi???? ALLAS MIKE MORAN" I \THA* Special ReTitrw ml The "HoonKomint" Parad ? r RIALTO ^ ;??-*-????? ?e ?.*? ? ?? ?. ? ' 1?. M 15c 25c 35c ?l**.CI.rPKt> ?Ait TAI? KXTIRK ?KKK THE WHITE HEATHER ComfMSy?Current Br^tit??-? Topi?ra -?.riaaBaalr f>Mlarr ? Fa al aal a ?"FaBaf LVKXT w ?G.??Aal?? rat-warl tn "A MtaaLxht? Hnaa*rt.* STRAND IV?War Tarn '??? ?? TODAY. TtTataW WRD-. SESSIE HAYAKAWA A HEART IN IAWT * HARDEN "? I? 4. in. TOD Al. Tt'Kt?DAT BESSIE ?.ARR?SCALE "A T?tt OF FATE'