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AS||*/% To Beautify Your Lawn and Garden 1 j —you will need tools of all kinds. This 'fk Ih , Big Hardware Store is ready to supply all " f ' your needs. Hedge Shears $1.25 Up yu Pruning Shears 75c Up Grass Shears 50c Up \\ Lawn Roller., Garden Spade., Fork., Rake., * Trowel., Hoe. 'A Baughgro \ A Plant Food for Lawn and Garden n On Sale on Fir.t Floor VI W Barber & Ross, Inc. «-J t lIth&GSU. When Hum-Bug eeeJfk srpaints your nouse I yi§ti:.;l iKbreMfiS^J 1 lst.GrodePaint «2nd.GrodePamt ilrH -- f I 5*381f27Q H£ Pg|§|j» 111 CHEAP 6l sis 3 In pain^l II |wy3ltoo»e jj 10% sSwjutoJK* | I TURING you with a low-price B Total 146.61 oT4£/4j JL/ c h ea p paint saves less than I ||Wtra v 2nd.Gr«t*PaW I 1 r . I $4 on cost for painting an average I tw wWrtwffleadiNblut? house, and increases the 5-year cost 1 BUI "‘Lof keeping it painted by $2lO more than HI sYeaisl2Years if quality paint had been used in H " I the first place! Study the cost chart |Sg2P Sun-Proof ■M-146J1 Paint IllnLtQin'MSßs m M ■ w|| £ 2nd.6mde l gives certainty of low 5-year cost, security of ■I M ‘nvearsl property protection! ■ Forget ‘gallons- lgufe* 1— keeps out moisture and decay, saves repair bills, ■ of economy and prOTecwm/ | prevents depreciation! —even in the quality class, a superior paint! Gloucester Hampton, R. J. Rowell Hopewell, J. W. Enochs WASHINGTON, D. C. Jeff,, H. L. Garner American Hardware Co., 2602 12th Street N.E. Kinsale, Q. A. Rollins L. Barr & Sons,, 2004 M Street N.W. Lynchburg, George L. Craig C. C. Paint Co., 829 9th Street N.W. Makemie Park, Harry T. White A Son H. Colman & Sons, 1319 7th Street, N.W. Mathews Court House, L. M. Callis & Son Cavanagh A Kendrick, 3271 M Street N.W. Maurertown, Gochenour Service Station Dixie Hardware Co., 207 Pa. Ave. S.E. Messick, J. K. Rollins Hillbrook Hardware Co., 44th & Hunt Place N.E. Newport News, Goodman Hdwe. Co. Morris Hardware Co., 707 7th Street N.W. Onancock, Onancock Feed Co. r~ s — , ~t, W. N. Richardson, 3914 14th Street N.W. Onley, Onley Bldg, dc Supply Co. '\Y\ \ »!!' /» I. Stamler, 7301 Ga. Ave. N.W. Parksley, Farmers Supply dc Storage Co. \\\\\ 1,7 / •*,* MARYLAND Petersburg, Joyner Hdwe. Co. \\\ v '\\\\ )// !}.// E. C. Gartner, Gaithersburg, Md. Portsmouth, E. P. Lindsay A Co. \\\\\ \\\\\ /// If/// Silver Spring Hdwe. Co., Silver Spring, Md. Portsmouth, Port Norfolk Supply Co. XSXVv v\\\ !// //' H. O. Trowbridge, Kensington, Md. Richmond, Richmond Glass Shop X\Vs\ V\\\ // f/// , Takoma Feed Store, Takoma Park, Md. Roanoke, Lybrook Paint A Wall Paper Co. O- NNSSS. \\\\\ If // /A VIRGINIA Stra.burg, H. L. Borden Blue Ridge Hardware Co., Warrenton, Va. South Norfolk, F. T. Etheredge J. M. Reed, 611 King St., Alex., Va. Susan, Owens & Armistead Accomac, E. S. Young A Bro. Ttmberville, Frank S. Helbert Cape Charles, Stevens A Smith Virginia Beach, Fuel, Feed A Bldg. Supplies Cforp. ” —*""* Ch.rtotte.vill., King Lumber Co. Wincheater, Gl.ie. & Brother. Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. Pairt.Varnish and Lacquer Factories 4th & CHAINING, STS. N.E. ts WASHJMEQN.D.JC. [ . - -f, ' . • -a ' ", ' ‘ ... ,• • * THE EVENIKH STAR, ’WASHINGTON’, T), C„ THURSDAY, 'APRIL' 29, 1329. FINE ARTS BODY lIIS HOWARD U. Commission on Tour of In spection Also Views Mil lion-Dollar Bridge. Members of the Commission of Fine Arts will make a tour of inspection of the Howard University grounds this afternoon, and also will inspect the Million-Dollar Bridge on Connecticut avenue, to consider the question of hav ing it equioped with handrails as a safety measure. Earlier in the day the commission ap proved plans submitted by Howard University authorities for a women’s dormitory. It will be a flve-story build ing of brick. Congress has made an appropriation available to begin the construction of the fiist unit. University Officials Attend. Dr. Mordecai W. Johnson, president of the university, appeared before the commission, accompanied by Dr. Emmet J. Scott, secretary-treasurer, and Albert I. Cassell, architect of the university. Inspection of the Connecticut avenue bridge will be made at request of the District Highway Department, as vari ous designs for handrails are being considered. While safety is of first im portance, the commission will bear in mind a design in keeping with the general appearance of the bridge. Among other matters brought to the attention of the commission during the meeting were the proposed treatment of the grand terrace at Meridian Hill Park and plans for the development of the Virginia end of Arlington Memorial Bridge. The commission also approved the general plan submitted for the George Rogers Clark Memorial to be erected at Vincennes, Ind., to commemorate the opening of the Western territory. Cemetery Roadway Discussed. The Commission also was In confer ence with Col. C. G. Mortimer, quarter master supply officer of the War De partment, with reference to a roadway plan for Arlington National Cemetery. These plans deal particularly with relation to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington Mansion and the ap proach to the cemetery from the Me morial Bridge. The plans will be made the subject of further study, it was announced. Members of the commission will be the guests of Secretary of the Treasury Mellon at a meeting tonight in the United States Chamber of Commerce Building, where will be placed on ex hibit the designs for the public build ing program in Washington. HARKINS IS MENTIONED AS BLAIR’S SUCCESSOR North Carolina Official Looms for Commissioner of Revenue Post. Thomas W. Harkins, United States attorney for the Western district of North Carolina, located, at Asheville, looms prominently as a possibility for appointment as Commissioner of In ternal Revenue, succeeding David H. Blair of North Carolina. Mr. Harkins had a conference with Secretary of the Treasury Mellon yes terday. Other candidates understood still to be in the field for the appointment in clude Robert H. Lucas, collector of in ternal revenue at Louisville, Ky.; Alex ander W. Gregg, former solicitor of the Internal Revenue Bureau; E. C. Alvord, special assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury, and J. K. Moyr, head of the special advisory committee of the Internal Revenue Bureau. Mr. Harkins is understood to have the backing of Commissioner Blair. PACIFIC HOP PLANNED. Bellanca Announces Flight to Be Sponsored by Chicago Daily News. ROOSEVELT FIELD, N. Y., April 35 (A>). —Gluseppo M. Bellanca, presl lb Identify Genuine Aspirin THE increasing nse of Bayer Aspirin every year is proof that it has no ill effects. It is the accepted antidote for pain. It always helps; it never harms. Qnick relief when you’ve a headache, or cold; or are suffering from neu ralgia or neuritis. Rheumatic pains yield, too, if you'll only give these tablets a chance. But you want genuine Aspirin, so look for the Bayer Cross on every tablet The box always bears the name Bayer and the word '‘genuine’- printed in red. Proven direction* inside. Aspirin I* the trade mark f fa\ \ of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacideeter J °* SallcyUc,lcl4 The LEVIATHAN the flagship of the United States Lines , //.r^r FRIGIDAIRE Frigidaire was selected for special uses on the great steamship Leviathan because it offered certain definite advantages... advantages that have made it the choice of more than 750,000 users. WHEREVER Frigidaire has been installed .. . ' ry~'p ' "p ■ 1 on steamships, in commercial establishments, public institutions, apartments and homes... it has proved its ability to provide better refrigeration at /S>kQ|kU«b lower cost. It stops the spoilage of foods, and other jti perishables, thus providing health protection. It •f^HllPiEtl H * makes possible quantity buying.. .at quantity prices. It ends ice bills. It saves time and labor. These ar* only a few of Frigidaire’s benefits and savings. There are many more. And they start from the day that Investigate now Dining Room ...S.S. Leviathan Let a Frigidaire man tell you what Frigidaire will p do for you in your business, or home ... how it will w" g iS»g“n. a “ c co * P ' give you ideal refrigeration; how it will save you Send a man to lurrey my refrigeration needi and I y,. , . . # j show me what Frigidaire will aave. No obligation money. Let him suggest the correct Frigidaire iiinYoUed equipment to install and give you the estimated cost. Mail the coupon ... or phone us. *• 1 FRIGIDAIRE SALES CORPORATION Washington Branch 51114th Street N. W. Phone Decatur 2300 • Opposite Willard Hotel Open Evenings 4194 • g ■ ——— wmmtammmmm ———i % WASHINGTON BRANCH FRIGIDAIRE DEALERS: S. KANN SONS COMPANY EDWARD COOPER HUTCHINSON’S, INC. LANSBURGH * BRO. Bth A Market Place N.W. 150* Conn. Aye. N.W. 1814-10 14th St. N.W. 7th, Bth A E St». N.W. THE HECHT COMPANY L. C. BROOKS CO., INC. SERVICE MOTORS VECTO STORE Ith A F Sts. N.W. 1511 Conn. Aye. N.W. Silver Spring, Md. 046 H St. N.E. WOODWARD St LOTHROP WARD BROTHERS C. E. KLINEHAUSE ZELLAN SERVICE lltb A G Sts. N.W. Roekvltle, Md. 40S C St. N.E. 4300 Ga. Are. N.W. L. P.*STEUART, INC. VIRGINIA HARDWARE CO. MT. PLEASANT MOTOR CO. HOUSE * HERRMANN 8118 14th St. N.W. Boaslrn, Va. 2438 18th St. N.W. Ith A Eye Ste. N.W. ====• ' i.zr: : n •' ' ~ ! x’ J • J?-- -V ♦■■'■A.- ifefc&S Sfei'ii■:■ l„.v* ~£»•: 1 : s' W-..'•* -a, dent of the Bellanca Aircraft Corpora tion, yesterday revealed that a huge airplane now being built under his di rection is scheduled for use this Sum mer on a Transpacific flight attempt under the auspices of the Chicago Daily News, Mr. Bellanca said Shirley Short, an employe of his corporation, would pilot the plane. He did not reveal its destination or starting point. The plane has a wing spread of 75 feet. It has two motors, arranged one *■? " \ €nwh*eri& j I *::« "Visit our Children’s ; L [a vAj/tm.r' children’s] Djs-1 all ‘ r ?s4£w 1 f 'Zsoor(sjtov IZZoi/j' \ \ are attractively displayed::* i a •: gardens, out L doorjft&rfs iridoorgames \ W are * c subjects Noting' Folks are 1 ? most interested in just now. • k All books for all children. 1 P 1 await jour cau. i & a jf*ia SCr> behind the other, and a propeller at front and rear. The rear propeller revolves within a tail structure built about four outriggers.