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ANNIVERSARY
SALE
Nou; going orv 1
KALLIPOLIS GROTTO
GUESTS AT KEITH'S
Kalllpolis Grotto. Mystic Order of
Veiled Prophet" of the Enchanted
Realm, held ftrth last nl*ht at
Keith's Theater In cerebration of
th.lr part In Keith's "Third of a
Centnry" Jubilee program.
Manager Roland Robblns addressed
the assembled Masons. D. W.
Thayer responded, speaking on "The
Keith Idea/'
This morning at 1?:J0 o'clock Man
ager Robblns Will entertain childien
of the city to whom free tickets have
been given by the Associated Chari
ties.
Tonight will be Congressional
night. A Representative will speak,
and a drum and bugle corps from
Fort ,/ashingtcn will play.
tentative Arthur M. Free, of Cali
fornia, before the Men'a Club of the
Church of the Oood Shepherd, Sixth
and I streets northeast. "However.
If the Immigration problem ta to be
completely settled. It must be by the
passage of an alien exclusion act by
the United States." he added.
"We have nothing against the peo
ple of Japan, but we must protect
ourselves, as she has done, from ex
cessive foreign competition and from
the problems of cheap labor."
Vivisection Denounced
As Cruel and Useless
Alien Exclusion Act
Urged by Rep. Free
"The United States and Japan will
i never bo to war." declared Repre
" Vivisect ion of animals Is unjus
tifiable and cruel." declared Charles
Edward Russell addressing the Hu
mane Educational Society at the Pub
lic Library last night. Mr. Russell
[declared that experiments on living
! animals had failed to aid medicine.
| Comdr. J. Breck, tJ. S. N.. con
j demned the torture that he said the
fur hunter inflicts pn his game.
"Many of the wild animals who are
j caught-in traps are allowed to drag
these steel jaws through the forest
for weeks before th? trappers Anally I
kill them.'' he said.
Eastern High Association
Holds Its Final Meeting
The Home and School Association
of the Eastern High School held its
ftnal meeting of the year In the school
auditorium last night.
A farce by Stephen Leacock was
the feature and Included the follow
ing In the cast: Margery Black. John
Mclnemey. Karl Pearson and James
Edwards. A demonstration by the
girls of the physical training de
partment and an exhibit by the draw
ing pupils completed the program.
Morse Case Up Today.
Counsel for Charles W. Morse,
his three sons and "even others,
indicted on charges of conspiracy
and embezzlement, will begin argu
ments this morning in Criminal
Court No. 1 before Chief Justice
McCoy on motions to Quash th?j
622-624 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
The Wonder Market of the old dutci* master market J
Washington
"This is a marvelous market?I've never seen any
thing like it before, and I have traveled the country
over," said a customer on her first visit to the Master
Market. Thousands of customers, men and women,
are of the same opinion and express it freely?But
Our Merchandise Values Are Even More Marvelous
44c
For Saturday We Offer
Smithfield Hams?
Genuine
Gwaltney's, Todd's, Forbe#', etc.?Reg. price, 60c
Only One Ham to a Customer at 44c in This Saturday Sale
44c
>4
Fancy Philadelphia Capons, 50c
Average 5 to 6 Pounds
CHOICE CORN-FED PORK CUTS
Whole
or Half
Center
Cut
Small and
Pork Loins,
Pork Chops,
Pork Shoulders,
Pork Butts
Lb., 25c
Lb., 36c
Lb., 18c
FINEST NATIVE BEEF CUTS
Newport Roll . Lb., 35c
Prime Rib Roast, Lb., 30c
Chuck Roast . Lb.,'16c
Lb., 24c Chuck Pot Roast, Lb,. 14c
VEAL CUTS FROM SELECTED MILK-FED
FREDERICK COUNTY CALVES
Loin Roast . . Lb., 30c
Short Veal Legs, Lb., 25c
Veal Roll, Boneless, Lb., 28c
Bouillon Roast . Lb., 25c
POULTRY THAT IS SURE TO PLEASE
Frying Chickens, Lb., 48c
Baking Chickens, Lb., 45c
Small Broilers, . Lb., 55c
Young Turkeys, Lb., 55c
Leg of Lamb, 38
ib.
Shad Roe, 45
c
ea.
BLUE RIDGE
Smoked Hams., 33ib.
6 to 8 pounds, average
Sugar Cured and Hickory Smoked
DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT
Baked Chickens, Large, Each, 95c
Baked Smoked Picnics, Each, 98c
Egg Salad, Homemade, Lb., 35c
Mayonnaise, Holland Belle, Pt., 40c
The Best You Ever Tasted
CORNED BEEF DEPARTMENT
Made of corn-fed native steer beef?cored to your taste.
Direct from the caring cask to yon.
Native Beef, Round . Lb., 35c
Native Brisket, Boneless, Lb., 20c
Native Beef, Lean Ends, Lb., 10c
BAKERY SPECIALS
Boston Cream Pies . \7}/tc
? /
Limit?2 to a customer
Chocolate Layer Cake . . 25c
Cheese Cake?Special?
Whole, 48c Half, 25c
Lemon Meringue Pie, Large Size . . . 20c
CANDY DEPARTMENT
King Lear Chocolates . . 45c
Regularly 69c Box
Maple Cocoaiiut Ice . Lb., 30c
Maillard's French Caramels, Lb. 49c
Clicquot Club
Ginger Ale,
Net
Cost
To
Yon
$2*50
Per
Case
A deposit of 50c per case is required at this sale?
refunded on return of case and bottles.
LUNCHEON SPECIAL
ROAST LOIN OF PORK
APPLE SAUCE
GLACE SWEET POTATOES
BREAD AND BUTTER
COFFEE
45c
Market Early?622-624 Pa. Ave.
at Washington's Wonder Market
Music, Dancing, Speak
ing Will Be Nightly
Features.
"Y" FUND IS $30,530
Donations Rolling in Before
Formal Launching of
Campaign.
TEIE 4IERAI.D Bl'REAl!,
A. K. I>ontphan.
727 King Street.
ALEXANDRIA. Va., April 21. ?
The Greater Alexandria Trade. Ex
hibit, to be held at thf armory
May 2. 3 and 4. will be formally
opened next Tuesday nifht prompt
ly at 7:30 o'clock, when the elec
tric lights will be flashed on by
Mayor J. M. Duncan.
The last day of the exhibit will
be "Suburban Day." and from 2 to
5 o'clock the armory will be open
for the accommodation of people
living in adjacent counties. Each
evening from 7:30 to 11 o'clock
there will be music and dancing
and speaking, and in addition many
prizee will be given away. Admis
sion will be free.
Although the drive to raise $75,
000 to erect a Young Men's Chris
tian Association building In this
city will not be launched ujUjl ne_\t
Tuesday. Capt. C. Keith Carlin.
commander - in - chief of the drive,
announced today that $30,530 al
ready has been raised from forty
two contributors. He stated at
least one-half of the fund is ex- ,
pected before the drive is formally |
launched. There are two donations
of $5,000 each, four for $1.60*0 each,
three for $1,000 each, seventeen for
$500 each, and the remainder is
made up of gifts of $300 and less.
The Old Dominion Boat Club has
elected a committee of six?com
posed of C. Fle.tcher Dyson, J. Kent
White. Dr. J. T. Ashton. J. T. Pres
ton, Jr., Carl J. Mueller and U
Ruben?to adof>t plans and speoifl
i cations for a new clubhouse. Thev
will report to a general meeting of
I the club to be heid next Wedncs
j day.
Contributions to the volunteer fire
men's fund now total $1,878.70. The
amount sought is $3,000.
The funeral of Capt. Keith Davis,
a former resident who died in Wash
ington. will take place at'3 p. m.
tomorrow at Wheatley's mortuary
chapel. Rev. M. B. Bryde. rector of
Grace Episcopal Church, Washing
ton. officiating.
Funds have been allocated by the
State Highway Commission for the
improvement o* North Washington
street extended to the overhead
bridge at Potomac Railroad yards.
A performance entitled "The Spark
of Life" wan presented tonigtot by the
Alexandria High School Players in
the auditorium of the school before
a large audience. It will be jepeated
tomorrow night.
Theodore G. Risley. solicitor and
acting secretary of the Department
of Labor, tonight delivered an ad
dress on immigration before the
members of the Cameron Club at the
Young People's Building. Miss Helen
N. Cummings presided.
HAMILTON ALUMNI
HONOR SENATOR
Judge C. S. Bundy, the oldest liv
ing graduate of Hamilton Univer
sity. presided at a meeting of th?'
Washington Alumni Association
the university at Kenesaw apart
ment last night. Judge Bundy read
a letter written to the association
by former Senator Elihu Root, also
an alumnus of the university.
Senator Joseph I. France, of Mary
land was the guest of honor and
was elected president of the Wash
ington Association.
Representative W. I. Lee made a
short address on the growth of the
university in the last few years.
4 IN MORSE GROUP
~ PLEAD NOT GUILTY
NEW YORK, April 28.?Four of
the defendants in the indictment re
turned yesterday against Charles
W. Morse and twenty-three others
pleaded not guilty to the charge of
using the mails to defraud, before
Judge Mack in Federal District
Court today.
They were Stuart G. Gibboney
and William A. Barber, lawyers, who
represented the Morse interests:
George M. Burditt and Richard O.
White. Ball in each case was fixed
at $5,000 and furnished. None of
the other defendants appeared.
Births and deaths
REPORTED IN D.C.
>Whito.
Wlllia and Jane I. Brown, boy.
Raymond L. and Edith Kh??msker. boy.
Thomaa M. and Nora Maher. boy.
Thomas W. and Ethel H. Fowler, girl.
Benjamin and Sara Segal. boy.
Benjamin and Mary E. Crtfaae, girl.
Cliarle* A. nod l.izzl* liarhaugh. boy.
Wilfred I* and Agnea M. l'reaton. boy.
Alfred G. and Edith M. Maatera. girl.
William and Leontine Parker, girl.
Joseph and Helen Kicker, girl.
Oacar I. and I^ouiae M. Koke. boy.
Charlea R. and Elizabeth V. Rafferty. boy
Robert O. and Eatelle V. Jennings, boy.
Colored.
John and Beatrice Patterson, boy
White.
Mabel E. Padgett. 27 years. 1217 D at. ne.
Elisa 11. Williamaon, S3, 2007 O at. nw
Henrlck Objornaon, 40, St. Eilxabeth'a
Hoapt.
Harold* L. Finley, 38. Walter Reed lloapt.
Anna M. Wahler. 60. 3212 Wheeler rd ??
Joseph J. Richardson. 32, Providence
Hoapt.
William E. Clark. 63. 468 G st. aw.
Finley 8. Hayea. 61. 2019 I at. nw.
Clare L. Xeugant, 16. Sibley Hoapt.
Helen W. Leaaaure. 14. 3817 N at. nw.
Nathan Schecter. 58. 487% 7th st. aw
Algernon R. McChesaey, 66. 1453 Harvard
at. nw.
Francis J. Whelan, 10 months. 46a Bates
st. nw.
Raymond Brown, 1 month, 2800 K s? nw.
Jooeph Bray. 7 dsya. Providence Ho??t.
Chsrlea E. Betts. 8 day a. 1211 D at. .-e.
Infant son of Lynn snd Catherine Glover.
9 hours, the Portland Apts.
Colored.
Christopher Thomas, 45 years, %Wsah. Asy.
lum Honfit.
Erneat E. Genua. 51, 911 N at. nw.
Martha (ilaagow, 54, 1719^ Marion et. nw.
Elizabeth Mtddketon. 86, 1522 Tut. nw.
John W. Johnaon. 22, Freedmea'a Ho?pt
Norma C. Arnold. 9 months. 728 Brooks et.
William Jeter, 12 days. 1917 Wisconsin
are. nw. v
Infant of BenJ. and Klnora Hammond. 7
hours. T St. Hill se.. Ana coat is
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^Palais royal
Tht Shopping Center?11th and C St*. _ Eat. 1977?A. Limmr, Prop.
Saturday?Bargain Basement Day for %
COUPONS
Each With a Moriey Value
H?Coupon and
$1.00
Katltlr. Bearer to
$1.49 Bag
Boston Bag?of split cow
hide, black or brown; 14 and
15-inch.
Palais Royal Baaemeat.
Satarday. April 29.
H?Coupon and
29c
Kptlilm Drarrr ta
39C VeStS
Women's 39c Ribbed
Vests; all sizes, it 29c.
I'Mlain Hoj.il nnirmrni,
Saturday. April 29.
H?Coupon and
$2.74
I'atltlea Bearer lo
$3.49 Umbrella
Women's "Gloria" silk,
bakelite handle, tips and
stub end.
Palaia Ruial Baaemeat.
Saturday. April 20.
H?Coupon and
$10.49
t*.ntitt?;a Ilrarrr In
$15 Suit
Women's all-wool Skibo
Tweed and Kelly Cloth
Suits; new colors.
Palais Roynl >ta?rmrnf.
Saturday. \|?H|
H?Coupon and
69c
ICnlillfN Rearer to
$1 Dress
Women's Gingham House
Dresses; some braid trimmed;
regular sizes.
I'alai. Koyal Basrinrnl,
Salnrdnv, \pril 20.
H?Coupon and
$1.39
Kalltlrn Ilrarrr to
20 Yards
Of 36-inch bleached
cheese cloth; regular at 8'/2C
yard. Save 31 cents.
Palaia Hoyal Baaement
Saturday, April 20.
H?Coupon and
$1.00
Kutltlr* Bearer to
7 Towels
Turkish Towels, regular at
20c each. This coupon saves
you 40c.
I'alnit Koyal Bawanl,
Saturday, April 20.
H?Coupon and
$2.25
TCatltlea Bearer ta
$2.95 Chemise
Women's - Glove Silk En
velope Chemise; flesh color;
lizes 36 to 38.
Palais Boyal Baaemeat,
Saturday, April 20.
CUT
THEM
OUT
NOW
?and
bring them
with you
H?Coupon and
$2.49
Kutitlea Bearer to
$3.75 Skirt
Of novelty plaids and
checks; box pleated; misses'
Ind women's.
Palala Hoyal Baoement.
Saturday. April 29.
H?Coupon and
$2.69
Eatltlea Bearer to
$2.95 Dress
Girls' White Organdy
Dresses, with tucks, lace and
ribbon sash; 5 to 14 years.
Palaia Koyal Baaemeat.
Saturday. April 2P.
H?Coupon and
65c
Untitle* Bearer to
79c Rompers
Pegtop; some with em
broidered white waists and
pantalettes in colors; sizes 2
to 6.
Palala Rny*| Baaement.
Saturday. April 20.
H?Coupon and
$1.39
Katitlea Bearer to
10 Yards
Of 27-inch Red Diamond
Diaper Cloth, in sealed pack
age of 10 yards; regularly
*1.73.
Palala Ro>al Baaemeat.
Saturday, April 20.
H?Coupon and
$1.59
Kntltlea Bearer ta
$1.88 Spread
Of heavy crochet; double
bed size. This coupon saves
you 29c.
Palala Royal Baaemeut,
Saturday. April 20.
H?Coupon and
$4.50
Eatltlea Bearer ta
$5.98 Bag
Leather Traveling Bag; 16
and 18-inch size; with brass
lock and safety catches.
a Boyal Haaument.
lurda), Aprlr 20.
Palala Rayal
Rati
H ? Coupon?and
49c
Eatltlea Bearer to r
69c Hose
Women's; with ldhg silk
boots and lisle tops, white
and cordovan.
Palala Royal Baaement.
Saturday. April 20.
H?Coupon and
49c
ICatittea Bearer to
69c Suit
Women's Ribbed Union
Suits; flesh color; low neck,
no sleeves, knee length.
Palala Royal Raaemenf.
Saturday. April 20.
H?Coupon and
$11.49
Futltlea Bearer fa
$15 Coat
Or any $15 Wrap; of
velour, tweed and herring
bone. .
ratal. R.)?l Raarmrnt,
Saturday, April 20.
H?Coupon and
49c
Catltlea Bearer ta
69c Dress
Children's Panty Dresse?
of check gingham; sizes 2 to
6 years.
Palala Royal Baaemeat.
Saturday. April 20.
H?Coupon and
85c
F.atltlea Bearer ta C~
$1 Skirts
Websterloom and Fifth
Avenue Taffeta Petticoats;
black and colors; regular
and extra sizes.
Palaia Royal Baaement.
Saturday. April 20.
H?Coupon and
$1.29
Katitlea Bearer to
10 Yards '
36 - i n c h chamois-finish
Longcloth; 10 yards regu
larly cost $1.59.
0
Palala Royal Baaemeat.
Saturday. April 20.
H?Coupon and
$1.00
9 Yards
Of 15c a yard 36-inch
wide Catomia Unbleached
Muslin.
Palaia Rayal Baaemeat.
Saturday, April 20.
H?Coupon and
$1.98
Catltlea Bearer ta
$2.50 Bag
Black split cowhide; 18
inch size; sewed frame, brass
lock and safety catches.
Palala Boyal Baaemeat.
Saturday. April 20.

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