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from King's Palace? You Need Not Pay Top Prices for Worthy Goods We frequently hear the jjresent described as a period of willful extravagance?an era of loose spending that cncourages and helps to crcate high prices. We do not believe this accusation fits any considerable portion of the public. On the other hand, we do believe that the great majority of people are buying with more care than ever before. It is to this sound, practical element that .we want to say that safety in buying i> not de pendent on paying top prices. Style and serv ice are >ti 11 obtainable without extravagance. Between the extremes of trash and trumpery there is good merchandise at relatively low prices. Top prices seldom mean value in proportion?they are often associated with "atmosphere"' rather than added intrinsic w orth of the merchandise. More and more people are finding strenuous shopping problems solved at King's Palace. They are paying much less than top prices for worthy goods. 5 Satisfaction First 810-818 Seventh St. a yy (Duplex : Fireless Cookers ft will help reduce the high cost of living very materially by conserving foods which lose less weight^>y this method of cooking and also by the saving in fuel. It* & i Lfet us demonstrate these wonderful household economists Duplex Fireless Cookers SlD *13 S0 Dulin & Martin Co. 121S F St. and 1212-18 C St. Special Chicken and Waffle Dinner 6 to 8:30 Luncheon, 12 to 3 Special Plate Luncheon, $1.00 Breakfast, 8:30 to 12 Also Service a la Carte UPHOLSTERING Why Pay High Price# for New Furniture When We Will Make Your Furniture Look New Again at This Lew Price? We Will Upholster 3-piece Parior Suite for 12 I*A BOH OM.V $5.98 Order Only Wtrk Call?d ft* WORK FINISHED ON SHORT SOTICK AMERICAN UPHOLSTERY CO. ?27 F St. N.W. ?J"Si?,S?.*VSS- n?M Maa 1131 Certain Incidents Omitted From Official Report by Japanese. BY Jt B. WOOD. By WlrelM* f The Htur and < hltago Dally %>wa. t?pyrlgM. 1?^?. VLADIVOSTOK, Siberia. April 7 (delayed).?Certain incidents are omitted from the Japanese official ex planation that Russian sniping: and J shetTing at 10:15 Sunday night (caused the Japanese suddenly to cap | ture the city with a considerable loss !of Russian lives. | Before 10 o'clock the Japanese had ? seized the railroad station and visited | the portion of the British mission ! building occupied by the Russians, i Japanese civilians left the rural dis tricts several days previously, sand i bass were stored, machine s?uns were ' placed to sweep buildings occupied | bv the reds, signal lights were placed I c r. the hilltops and troops distributed S -all of which preparation could no*. ? be made instantly. ! Ordered n? 4 O'Clwk In Morning. The Japanese publicity bureaus ot t Hcial statement is that the order to i disarm the Russians was given at | o'clock in the morning. A consider able force of Japanese was stationed ;a the Japanese Red Cross building ti the interallied compound The tirs shots i? the compound were flred at i o'clock in the morning when the , Japanese soldiers turned their ma- I chine guns on a dogen surprised Kus sian soldiers. Though the 'did not reply, the machine ??ns | tined to Are on Russian and Czecli soldiers, and even on woinen happen ine to appea on the open spaces of the compound. Crowds werein^ron of the buildins where the prisoners j were confined in the morning Gen. Inagski. chief of the Japanese staff, informed American officers that ?11 the prisoners eventuallj would b released. Many Korean refugees in Siberia, past offenders against the Japanese, were rounded up and sonic Russian political prisoners of the .or nier government were set free. The action of the remstvo in naming Gen. Baldyreff military commander? ir place of Comrade Krakovefcky. the first appointment of the local govern ment. possibly foreshadows the for matlon of a buffer state In the fai cast between the' bolsheviki of Euro pean Russia and imperialistic Japan The government of such a state would be social democratic in form, either under a Moscow or a Japanese pro tectorate. It is thought that present local conditions indicate Japanese control, with a possibility that other nations may be Interested. Rnlcutlra li??l?l?H. Xo explanation is given of Krako vetsky's sudden resignation. uen RaldvrcfT was a former member of the t'fa-Samara-Ekaterlneburg direc torate. Prior to the Kolchak coup he sought refuge in Japan, returning to Russia recently. When it was report ed that his appointment was dictated by the Japanese military, he issued ? public statement affirming his ipyalty to the ideals of the Russian people. Recent events have united all rlasse.* in Siberia in a- determination to s? cure a government which will be ahl? to stand without interference from foreign military forces. Word as to what action other nations will take as a result of the sudden display of force by the Japanese military is. eagerlv awaited by the Russians. Since their drastic measures in dis arming the Russian military the Japa nese have avoided the appearance of interfering In civil affairs, in accord ance with their announced policy. So far the local newspapers have not been prevented from printing severe criticisms of the Japanese actions and statements that the Japanese caused an unnecessary loss of life, despite all their promises that no trouble was Impending. More restrictions are im posed on news reports sent to the out side world. The Russians censor ca ble dispatches here and the.Japanese censor them again when they cross their country. Deaths Reported., The following deaths hare been reported to the health department is the la?t twenty-four boom: John Brady. 7#. St. Elisabeth's noapital. Mabel ??radr. 3t>. Garfield Hospital. Angelo Carlo. 57. Sibley Hospital. Theresa Routhall. 2?. Emergency Hospital. Patrick Poody, ?, St. Klliaheth'a Hn?ri'a! Kdwin Ham. 70, United States Soldiers' Home Hospital. Gertrude B. Maynard. 75, ?0.> O alreet. Tola S. Tlppett. IS. 1207 G afreet southeast. Thomas Beahm. 87. 1140 4'.? atreet aouth Thoraaa Hughes, 4?, 631 Y>nnsjlranla are "^Thomaa E. Blakelr. *4. S527 O street. Elisabeth I>oan. #3. ProTldencc Hospital. Sarah P. Gunnison. SI, 8S14 Newark atreet. Margaret E. Wlckwarr, 72, Emergency Uos pttal. ' * George A. Trometre, 1, 2908 IStb atreet northeast. George Raptelia, 24, Georgetown Cnireraity HoMittl. Charles D. Bradley. SI, 502 Seward square southeast. Gregory T. Chappolsa, 2 months, 2800 K street. Infant of John W. and Florence G. Seeger. 4 hours. Columbia Hospital. Mattie A isms, II. 414 Ridge atreet. Humbert Johnson. 28. .180 V atreet. Amanda Tucker. 38, Kreedmen's Hospital. Births Reported. The following blrtha hare been reported to the health department In the lsat twenty-fosr hours: Charles T. and Ellen T. Kline, boy. Harry R. and Marguerite C. Webster, lioy. Edgar W. and Clara V. Grimes, girl. Ashton X. and laes Maxwell, girl. John F. and Elsie Madlgan, girl. I.outs E. and Ethel W. Lore less, girl. Nelson and Rnby Rhosdee, boy. Lewla A. snd Mirths Aehton, girl. Kemper F. and Amy Cowing, girl. Richard sod Ever Aahby, girl. George A. and Annie D. Bamford, boy. Cornelias sod Veronica Wilson, boy. WtlUam H. and Rebecca Slmma, boy. Randolph and Cordelia B. Lawson, boy. I. snd Susie P. Roalhac, girl. Sadie F. Thomas, girl. Ralph R. sad Reuben snd Eetelle Reede, jrirl. James C. and Mary E. McBenry. girl twins. Moses and Annie Robinson, boy. John and Era Thompson, girl. James and Viola Patterson, boy. Darld and Sarah FWmtng, girl. John F. and Eatelle Cephas, girl. Jamea and Julia Lane, girl. NEGRO HANGED BT MOB. Identified ?.s Having Attacked Young White Girl in Kansas. TITTSBURO, Kan., April 20 ?A mob estimated to have numbered 1,000 persons late yesterday surrounded the jail at Mulberry, near hare seised a negro Identified as having attacked a young white girl and hanged him to a telephone pole. The mob made no attempt to molest a white youth who, with the negro, was captured by a posse late yester day. Immediately arter'the lynching the youth was removed from the Jail by the authrfrttles. who did not an nounce their destination. The attaek' upon the young woman took place whtle she.waa on the way to Mulberry from her home near that l?lace. She was found tied to two trees bv a small hoy, who was plav ing in the vicinity. Her throat was slashed. According to physicians she probablv will recover. Immediately after she wan found a posse started in pursuit of her as sailant. After their capture by the posse tlif youth a nil the negro were taken back to Mulberry, wliere, officials an I nounced. both the young woman mi?l I the youth Identified the negro a? tfke asssilant. Hearings on Carriers' Rights Open. Hearings began today before the Interstate Commerce Commission on the light of carriers to relinquish freight without payment of charges. The commission also considered at to day's hearing th* attitude of carriers and consignees wit'- respect to the extension of credit on general trans portation charges. ALABAMA'S GOVERNOR WOULD OUST DE VALERA Declares That Pilgrimage' Should Have Received Attention of State Department. ? MONTGOMERY. Ala.. April 20?"l would unhesitatingly order the de portation of Katnonn de Valcra with out delay," was a terse sentence from a letter of Uov. Thomas K. Kiiby to t'rainton Harris, commander of the Birmingham Post. American Legion, given out here after a committee of three had presented resolutions adopt ed by that chapter asking the gov ernor to proclaim publicly the Irish president persona non giata in Ala bama. . The co Hi lllltt ee interviewing the governor Included Circuit Judge Hor ace Wilkinson of Birmingham, Wil liam Rogers and (Jeorge Rogers, and after tccelving their petition and giv ing it due consideration the governor directed his reply thereto, in which he holds that it is without his province 10 officially recognize or to refuse to recognize officially any cMizen of a foreign nation who is traveling with out official status. Continuing, the letter says: "So far as my information goes there has been no recognition of an Irish republic by the United States. "Personally, 1 believe that thi? pil grimage of de Valcra and his Sinn Fein propaganda should have long ago received the attention of the State Department at Washington, and were I directing official of that de triment I would unhesitatingly or ler tlie deportation of de Valcra with >ut delay. "I view with, extreme disfavor this -Jinn Fein agitation within the United States, which has already resulted in serious misunderstandings between -he people of the United States and ingiand. our ally in the world war. t is hard to understand how a pa triotic American could continue this Agitation as it has been conducted within recent months were he not se riously misled in his zeal for a ca'use which involves the Internal affairs of a friendly nation." ARMY AVIATOE DEOWNED. Lieut. Thompson Victim When Plane Falls in Jamaica Bay. NEW YORK, April 20.?Lieut. W. R. Thompson, twenty-five years old. at ached to the United States naval air itation at Rockaway Point. was Irowned in Jamaica bay yesterdav. '*e was making a hydro-airplane light over the bay when his machine lecaine disabled and fell into thr vater. The plane, a complete wreck, was ? ragged ashore. Thompson is the son >f Francis J. Thompson of Raleigh. A British commission has been ap pointed to investigate recent clashes be tween Moslems and Jews in Palestine. FURRIER REMODELS FURS At lowest prices and stores them KREK until you want them. 1105 H St. N.W. Phone Franklin MKI $2.75 Philadelphia! And RETURN War Tax 22 Cents Additional $2.50 Chester And RETURN War Tax 20 Cents Additional $2.25 Wilmington And RETURN War Tax 18 Cents Additional Sunday, April 25 >re & Ohio R. R. ir Hi 111 i Special Wain will leave Wash ington Union Station 7:0.', a.m. Returning leave Philadelphia 7:30 p.m. frame day. See tlyers. Consult ticket agents. Painting Phoae l> far EatlutM, R. K. FERGUSON, inc. 1011 Mil St. N.W. Ph. M. 1M-1IT, ?'?Inline Dept. REPUBLIC STAGGARD TREAD TIRES, 32x3% Inch Two for the list price They're aeeoadn. hat ahaalutely dr peadahlr. CHAS. E. MILLER, Inc. *12 14th it. 4 door* abtw* R tt. Ladies' Sample Suit House 726 13th St. N.W. Between G aad R 8tn. Going Out of Business Every Sample SUIT and DRESS to Be Sold Regardless of Cost THKllii^EUCTIoSH OK A KAHH1KD WOMAN?a re a o t plennant If ahe la dell. eatea rundown or overworked. Nhe feeln "played o^t." Her aaille aad her aond aplrita have taken flight. It warrien her hanhaad aa well an heraelf. Thin In the time \ ta hulld ap her ?lrrn*tb nail v i-urr thow ITlkllfHK /?? m or all I- ni r ? t ? whlrh are tje neat of her trouble. 'Ur, Pleree*n Favorite Prrni-rlptlon I recalnten and proivotea all the proper ? faartioaa of womaahaod, enrlrhea the j Hload. diapela aehea aad palan. melaa i <110(7 aad aervaanaraa, hrlagn refrenh laa aleep aad reatoren health aad ?tnifth, It earen thane dlnordern aad dennseMenU lai ldeat ta waataahaad. A wall kaawa aseat whlrh raa he pracared at all trmm ntaren la "Plran aat Pellata." aiada ap af tha Ma/-ap ple, tha dried Jalea af tha leavea af alaca aad tha raat af Jalap, PIrat pat aat hr Dr. Plerea ?early Uty yearn a**. (Continued from Ninth Page.) After May 15 they wHl at home at 7 Iowa circle. Mrs. .lames W. Orme has cards out for a luncheon and bridge tomorrow and Thursday at Valley View, the Orrae home, on Georgia avenue. Miss Hazel Witr. has joined' Miss Marjorle Wltc of Staunton. Va.. and lias left for a short visit to Staunton, where she will be a guest of the latter. A musical will be held at the home of l)r. and Mrs. John A. Holmes. 5210 14th street northwest, tomorrow even ing at S:30 o'clock. Several promi nent artists of Washington will as sist on the program under the direc tion of Mrs. Henry Hunt McKee. The members of the X T C gave their initial dance at the home of Miss Helen U. Hoffman. 3550 10th street northwest. Saturday. The club colors, dark blue and white, made up the color scheme. Refreshments were s?rved at 11 p.m. Marriage Licenses. Marriage license* have be on issued to the following: J. Willi* Jordan and Edith I^emoo, ln>tli of ? : Richmond. Yii. ^ I Charles M. Gordon and Louise J. Russell. John S. Smith and 15e I tie M. Roberts. Joseph Murray of YliIm city and Effle Car- j penter of Mount Rainier, Md. Wille Young and Margaret liarnett. Douglas Craig and Katie D. June*. <! *orge Emhrey and Victoria Einbrey, both j o U: iff., Va. ? i George A. Sell and Elizabeth R. Burkey. I bot h of Cumberland, Md. Jefferson D. Jewell of Jacksonville, Fla., and Helen W. PerryNif this city. William H. Fenker of Tow son. Md., and Kathryn E. Webb of Baltimore, Md. Fred Khamblin and I no* T. Brownsberger. Frederick L. Beach of Corning, N. Y., and Emily S. Griffith of this city. Roland A. Phillips of Detroit, Mich., and Marie Snyder of Cynthiana, Ind. Sa.flfel Stevenson and Mary K. Patterson. Ro<** It. Davis of this city and Elizabeth McGhce nf Knoxville, Tenn. Joseph P. Browne and Margaret II. Robey. (Jeorge W. Phillips of Philadelphia, Pa., and Eloise S. Oslwurn of this city. Isaac J. Johnson and Fannie Smith. | George E. Carter and Mary E. Harper. Joseph Dyson and Mary Williams. Frederick W. Vogeding and Florence R. Morrison, both of New York city. N. Y. j Joseph S. Bechtel of Philadelphia, Pa., and T? ressa E. Parian.r of Portsmouth, Va. Thomas Gordon and Ida B. Johnson. Walter U. Alpin of Mount Olive, N. C., and Cl.'.ra L. Martin of Ocean View, Va. George Smith and Marie C. Ward. George Roth and Mary Johnson. Philip C. KaufTmann and Nancy l?ane. William C. Price and Viola E. Nicholas. Frank A. Young of Pittsburgh, I'a., and Estelle Reed of this city. Willie C. Dixon and Alberta Burke. 22 PERSONS KILLED IN ARKANSAS TORNADO LITTLE ROCK, Ark. April 20.?The death list as a result of a serlAs of tornadoes which swept northwestern Arkansas Sunday night today wai raised to twenty-two, and * lar** strip of country still was unheam from. More than one hundred personi were I in]ured and tremendous property damage caused, according to tne in formation trickling In over ?tflrm I impaired wires. Efforts were being made to confirm a rumor that t*"enty persons had been killed near Blaine, Logan county. Steamer Colthraps Sold. The Shipping Board has sold io the Pioneer Steamship Company df New York the steamship Colthraps, A. steel cargo vessel of 7.865 tony; ? Price* for the Castlewood of 3.141 tons *11# .the Kastport of 6.8?.> tons, both" Cargo ships recently sold to Victor A - Fotf & Co. of New York, were announced a? $964,348 and 11,189,299, respectively. William K. (Pussyfoot) Johnson, the prohibition advocate, will arrivo tn New Tork from England Thursday. ? Pepy's Diary UNDER THE DATE. SEPT. 25, 1651, shows the following entry: "I did send for a cup of tea (a China drink), of which I had never drunk before." If he were here today to drink the SPLEN DID TEA. HOT OR ICED. SERVED AT THE UNITED CAFETERIA, his unbounded enthusiasm would make his writing most interesting. want you to pay particular atten tion to the goodness of the TEA you ge^ here. United Cafeteria iH. 1010 F St. N.W. Home Cookiag Pleaslag Price* r Raleigh Haberdasher, 1109-1111 Pa. Ave. Look, gentlemen! We've just received another lot of those $2, $1.75 & $1.50 Athletic Union Suits 95c (Six suits for $5.50) ? -Madras and Nainchecks. -Sizes 34 to 48. -For one dav onlv. Raleigh Haberdasher 1109-1 111 Pennsylvania Ave. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes for Men and Boys Foreign Exchange 3 cp Paid on Savings YOUR CONVENIENCE ?is served greatly by identification at such an institu tion as this. Here are facilities for the handy transac tion of ALL your financial and kindred matters. Com mercial Banking Dept., Savings Dept., Investment Dept., if Trust Dept., Safe Deposit Vaults, etc. tr\\'e would like to share in your banking business and invite a conferencc with that end in view. Continental Trust Co. Capital, $1,000,000 Corner Fourteenth & H Streets 1 The Most Delicious, Melting Homemade Chocolates and Bonbons $1.00 a pound kind; hand- /JQ . somely boxed O.v C Old-Fashioned Homemade Butter Scotch, Peanut and Cocoa nut and Plain Taffies. 60c QQ^ kind, pound OuV I want M> brlfht yauof Udlaa t. tata "dart f.r pur.. ?n? homemade candlea in their own dlrt.iena in. tka finmnant De Dartmarta. Plea aa lit work, and profitable. Baa tha Manager. 709 D St. N. W. OffMita Kuatfa d it. r ? ADVERTISEMENT. ADVERTISEMBirr. WOMEN DYEING EVERYTHING 1 ! They use "Diamond Dyes" and Add Years of Wear to Old, Faded Garments?Really Fun I It's fan to beat high clothes cost, fim to see faded, shabby apparel turn new, fan to add years of wea* to worn ging hams, house - dresses, aprons, blouses, skirts, sweaters, children's coats, every thing with "Diamond Dyes." Don't worry iboat perfect results. Just um "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to give 4 new, rich, fadeleaa color to any material, whether wool or ?ilk; linen, cotton or mixed good*. Direction Book in packarro. Dniffiii has Color Card. Grill Luncheon, One Dollar Per Plate, 12 to 2 TEA DANCES, 4:30 to 6 P.M. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday The recent inauguration of Tea Dances on Tuesday afternoons, 4:30 to 0, makes these enjoyable affairs thfice-a-\veek events, Thurs days and Saturdays being the other days. Music that is music. Special Grill Dinner, Two Dollars Per Cover, 6 to 9:30 Daily CAFE ST. MARKS 913 Fifteenth Street Telephone Franklin 413 Jblis This Store Is Closed Saturdays at 1 KM. For this reason Ave ask that our patrons complete their shopping1 before this hour on Saturdays (shop ping preferably during the week, especially in the Misses', Girls' and Infants' Departments, as it can be done then with so much more comfort) and thus co operate with this early closing plan on Saturdays, which is solely for the benefit of our employes. Smartest Apparel For Misses and the Younger Set Constant Arrivals in Distinctive Models Misses Suits. $25.00. $3730, $45.00 to $197JO Juniors' Suits. $25100. $35.00, $45J00 to $78*0 ?Coats, Cafes and Dolmans, $27.50 to $115J00 Exclusive Dresses for All Occasions? Formal, Street and Sfort Hats, Separate Skirts and Sfort Coats, Mar Hofs, Middies, Middy Suits, Mary Ellen Frocks, Smocks, Socks, Sweaters, Hosiery, Underwear (Fifth Floor) SKJkeei, Comer thirteenth Have Your Home Wired for Electricity Greatest Convenience of Today No Inconvenience or Dirt in the Installation You'll be surprised to learn how reasonably this work can be done?phone call or postal will bring thoroughly proficient Electrical Expert, who will gladly make survey and furnish free estimate of not only wiring the home, but furnishing the most attractive fixtures to be had in city. . Complete line of High-grade Electrical Household Appliances, including Hoover Electric Cleaners, Thor and ABC Washing Machines. White & Boyer Co. 812 13th St. N.W: Main 7987 Careful, Reliable Dentistry - We offer you the services of Qualified Expert Dentists at the lowest fees consistent with the best work. , I That has been our record for the past 26 years. We employ every worthy preparation and ap proved device for the alleviation of pain by Dr. Wyeth and Staff of (jareful skilled dentists. Terms of Payment to Suit Examination Fro*. My Perfect Suction Teeth win v.t su? u Dr?| Fillings, 50c to $1 up in gold, sihrar, amalgam or porcelain tUt'u s qhWa. ??a_?1 la ?tteadaaea, AU ?wh Ittkti acta *f THtkOMW 1 Gold Crowns and Bridge Work. S3 $4 it Per Tooth iM hUfca at l 427-39 Ttk St. OffWH* fin*'