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A complete assortment In all sizes and types. Trices are most reasonable. X MORRISON PAPER CO. 1009 Po, Ave. NA, 2945 I Stage Your Next Dance or Smoker at GRIFFITH FARMS MARLBORO PIKE | 8 Miles From the District Line I Phone “Kramer,” ME. 2414. Bet. 8*5 TONITE SWANEE O Starting at 9:30 P.M. Do the Bie Apple. Paul Jones and your favorite swine dance TONITE AT SWANEE. Dance to JACK CORBY and his Swanee Band. Ladies, 55c Men, 75c Dancing here every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday Nites. Beer and wine served at tables. SWANEE 13th &E Sts. N.W. We carrv 21 differ ent kinds and sires of clean and well screened coal. No Dumilm. Vo Dirt. FREE STORAGE In hard coals. wehandletheFa ntous Pennsylvania Anthracite WHITE ASH Stove. Ere or Nut_ $12.80 Pea, $11; Buckwheat, $9.25 WYOMING (Also Fr. Penna.) White Ash Sto. ®r Nut,$12.30 VIRGINIA ANTHRACITE Pea $8; Nut $10; Sto. $10.25 Also Half and Quarter Tons. Bar Delivery If Requested B. J. WERNER 1937 5th N.E. NOrth 8813 Thuraday Feature CLUB CAa DINNER 3UC Served 4 to 9 P.M. Consists of Chicken Consomme with Rice. Small Tenderloin Steak on Toast with Barbecue Sauce, i French Fried Potatoes. Fresh Green Peas, Ice Cream, Coffee or Tea. i Free Parking: on Our Lot Try Red Circle Cocktails. Wines and Beers NEVER CLOSED ti® auras fOO® SM0P North Cap. St. and Mass. Ave. (Opposite Main Post Office) GOAL USEES COAL CO. Better grade coals—no higher price, t Yards for Quick Delivery 2.210 lbs. to the ton. Every Pound Delivered in Bags to Your Bin at No Extra Charge. 3LACK DIAMOND—Bituminous Hard Structure. Light Smoke; Egg Sire. $8.75; 75% Lump. $7.75, 50% Lump. $7.00. Lump and Fin® Coal bagged_separately. MARYLAND SMOKELESS—A Bituminous Coal without Smoke, Soot or Gas; Lag Sire. $9.75; 80% Lump, $8.75. VIRGINIA HARD COALS. Egg Size, $10.00. Stove, SI0.25; Nut, $10.00; Pea, $8.00. Special Stove (half Stove and Pea), $9.00. POCAHONTAS OIL TREATED. Smokeless; no gas; low ash. highest grade bituminous; Egg Size, $11.00; Stove, $10.75; Nut, $10.00. PA. HARD COALS. Alaska Nugget Anthracite—Stove, $12.80; Nut. SI2.80; Pea. $11.00; Buckwheat, $9.25._ All coals thoroughly re screened and guaranteed. We Deliver >A-Ton Orders. Dial NA. 5885 or Jackson 2000 ORDERS TAKEN DAY OR NIGHT If Your Dentist Hurts You Try DR. FIELD PLATE EXPERT Double ‘‘m Suction I guarantee a Tight Fit in any Mouth Violet Ray Treatment for Pyorrhea Extractlona_$1 A 92. Also Gas Plates _$10 to $35 Gold Crowns_SO no Fillings _ _S1 up DR. FIELD 406 7th St. N.W. MEt. 9256 Over Wool worth 5c A 10c Store An Apron Projects Your Good Clothes PROTECT Yo“r HEALTH Every individual bag of bril liantly golden Mesco Orange Pekoe is enclosed in a trans parent, sealed Health-Pack. No dirt, no dust, no odors and NO added cost I M. E. SWING CO. 1013 E St. N.W. Phone NAtional 7601 For Home Delivery $650,000 BRIDGE PROVISO URGED Southeast Citizens’ Associa tion Asked to Back Amend ment for New Span. Support of a proposed amendment to the 1939 District supply bill to Include an appropriation of $650,000 for beginning of construction of the new Pennsylvania Avenue Bridge was asked of members of the Southeast Citizens’ Association last night by A. W. Lee, president of the Randle High lands Citizens’ Association and vice chairman of the Bridge Committee of the Board of Trade. Mr. Lee assured the group that the initial appropriation for construction of the bridge would not be contained in the appropriation bill when It is called up for consideration on the floor of the House. He said Repre sentative Gambrill, Democrat, of Maryland would offer the amendment to include the appropriation and urged members to rally other Repre sentatives in supporting Mr. Gam brill's amendment. Cites Fire Engine Ban. In furthering his argument for in clusion of the item in the 1939 bud get, Mr. Lee cited the order given by the Commissioners prohibiting heavier fire engines from crossing the bridge, and the danger of delay in the event of a serious fire across the river. William A. Maio. president of the Southeast, association, supported Mr. Lee's argument. After considerable debate, the as sociation, voted down a motion Intro duced by Dr. Homer K. Butler advo cating the temporary use of the old Tuberculosis Hospital as a convalescent home. Opposition was led by Orrin Davy, who supported the movement being made to convert the old hospital into a recreation and educational center. On a motion offered by G. C. Glide, the association favored an Increase in the Metropolitan Police Force by 1135 men. Palmisano Commended. The secretary was instructed to send a letter of commendation to Chair man Palmisano of the House District Committee for his proposal to Increase the Federal payment toward support of the municipal government from $5,000,000 to $9,000,000, thus avoiding the necessity of any new' tax legisla tion to balance the 1939 budget. It was decided on vote to hold the next meeting of the association on the first Tuesday in March as the regular meeting night m February comes on George Washington’s birthday Four new members. Miss Cecelia P. Dulin, Miss Frances S. Osborne. Charles Lemler and J. D. Miller, were admitted to membership. ESSAYONDECATUR PROJECTED BY GROUP First Ward Citizens Vote to Pre sent Award to Winning Student. The First Ward Citizens’ Associa tion voted last night to sponsor an award for the best essay on Stephen Decatur WTitten by a pupil of a Washington junior high school. “The contest, by showing the chil dren the high ideals of Commodore Decatur, also will be part of the citi zenship program of the Sons of t' American Revolution, which is worx- i 3 ing with us on the project,” Mias C. Virginia Diedel, president of the ,is- ‘ sociation, said at the meeting in the Grant School. “We feel it Is particularly appro priate now because of the “Save De catur House” campaign of the Pro fessional Writers’ Club of the T. W. C. A.” Miss Diedel reported that the Boys’ Clubs of America have been asked to make a survey of the first ward and Georgetown to determine the feasability of construction a boys’ club to serve both areas. The association adopted a resolu tion presented by Miss Belle Cutler Parker, secretary, asking that stop lights be installed at Washington Cir cle. She reported that it is particu larly dangerous for school children crossing to the Weightman School. NEW ROCK CREEK BRIDGE IS BEGUN Traffic North of Massachusetts Avenue to Continue During Construction. Construction work was begun yester day on a new bridge across Rock Creek, upstream from Massachusetts avenue and south of the Shoreham Hotel. C. Marshall Finnan, superintendent of the National Capital Parks, said traffic will be maintained during the construction period, which will last until about January 1 next. Designed to cost $93,000, the bridge is being built under supervision of the Bureau of Public Roads and will provide for four lanes of traffic, as well as pedestrian walks. It will re place the existing two-lane bridge at that point in the Rock Creek and Potomac Parkw'ay. Of reinforced concrete construction, the new span will be similiar in appear ance to the new P Street Bridge arch ing the parkway and the recently com pleted bridle path bridges in Rock Creek Park. HAITIANS AIDED Red Cross Units Respond to Clothing Appeal. A number of volunteers of the Dis trict Chapter of the American Red Cross recently came to the aid of Haiti and refugees from San Domingo after receiving an emergency call for clothes, officials of the Red Cross announced today. The District chapter was one of five Red Cross groups called on in the emergency, it was reported. The needed garments were made from ma terial furnished by the national or ganizations. Another hurry call filled recently was for 41 pneumonia jackets for the United States Naval Hospital. A half dozen volunteers turned out the articles in two days. In 1800 Washington had less than 14,000 inhabitants. On June 30, 1936, the population was reported to be 619,000. phCCf Silver Plate, Florette ■ c • Pattern, Teaspoon Giveh With EITHER Purchase of— • 50c Pebeco Tooth Paste-39e • 25e Pebeco Tooth Powder_21c The handsome spoon Is absolutely FREE. You will want to set at least six or eiaht of these spoons . . . and you will be alad you used Pebeco when you see how your teeth sparkle. Chocolate-Covered MINT STICKS Hard peppermint sticks, with ^ a creamy peppermint filling. ^k £ and a rich dark chocolate I coating. A fine candy that I Jr both children and adults are |Mp, sure to enjoy. rUUNU POPULAR CIGARS Choice of Rocky Ford, Lord Balt!* more, George W. Childs or Blue Ribbon. 2for 5e *"$1.05 Handles Family Ironings With Greater Ease... ELECTRIC FLATIRONS Large Ironing eurface for Ironing ^B^B ^B^B gl . . . beveled edge ^^^B %g . . . ^B^B ^^^B chrome finish. Wood ^^B handle. Cord extra. Up-to-the-Minute in Time and in Appearance . * • KENO ALARM CLOCKS A practical clock be cause it combines an ^^^^k ^^^B r attractive round V B V shape, with de- BB jB^L pendable movement. B^B Choice or black or BB green Warm Breezes Dry Your Hair Quickly and Naturally . • . ELECTRIC HAIR DRYERS $i.59 So simple to care for your hair et home, when you have this warm-air. blow-type dryer. With com fortable easy - grip handle and cord. Warms Baby's Bottle Quickly and Easily Right in the Nursery... ELECTRIC BOTTLE WARMERS No mess ... bo Bother . . . no earryln* of bottle from room to room. Proper care of baby requires this warmer. Cord extra. Toasts Two Slices . Quickly and Even y ly to a Crisp, , Golden Brown ... KWIKWAY ELECTRIC TOASTERS Enjoy the luxury of making toast right at & the table. Has polish- H H ^k\g ed chrome doors. Ma> ^P^k black enniri'l base, and Underwater ap- Jr Wa^W proved cord. ' A Handsome Mod ern Design. Gleam ing Finish. Made of Aluminum. 7-CUP ELECTRIC *a"pERCOLATORS A special heating ele- _ _ ment keeps coffee C V OR piping hot for half- *r ■ • y U hour after the plug It H disconnected. Cord H extra. Moulded All inOne Piece ...No Seamt to Split. Of Ex cellent Quality... CONGRESS FOUNTAIN SYRIhGES Heavy rubber com pound, reinforced at B A[y points of strain. 2Vi- ^ B i*»T Quart capacity. Com- S plete with food Qual- B itr attacbmentf. _ TOILETRIES 25c Thompsons Castile Soap_18c 50c Ingrams Milkweed Cream . 39c 55c Princess Pat Rouge_43c 50c Pebeco Tooth Paste_39c 53c Wildroot Shampoo_39c 65c Pyrozide Tooth Powder._59c 25c Golden Glint Rinse_20c 35c Cutex Nail Polish_31c 35c Fasteeth Plate Powder-29c 60c Mum Cream Deodorant_43c 55c Houbigant Face Powder_49c 75c Marched Golden Hair Wash_58c SLIP Angelus Lipstick-79c 75c Maybelline Mascara, ike_ 9c SLOP Mahdeen Hair Tonic--60c 60c Campanas Italian Balm-45c 35c Ingrams Shaving Cream-29c 25c Merck Zinc Stearate Powder. 19c 55c Lady Esther Face Cream-39c 83c Tangee Cream Rouge-75c 25c Dr. West Tooth Paste13c REMEDIES... 75c Bayer Aspirin, bottle 100-59c 45c Squibb Castor Oil-41c 60c Caldwells Syrup Pepsin-41c $ 1.25 Absorbine Junior-94c 25c Carters Little Liver Pills-17c 30c Miles Alka-Seltzer_24c 60c Ayers Pectoral_55c $1.00 Squibb Adex Tablets_79c 50c Butlers Rheumatic Remedy—45c 60c Edwards Olive Tablets-42c 50c Groves Nose Drops-39c 60c Scotts Emulsion, plain-47c $1.00 Lavoris Mouth Wash-69c 25c Stanback Headache Powders, 23c 60c Rem for Coughs_49c 6Qc Murine for the Eyes-39c | 30c Rinex Capsules for Colds-45c 160c Zonite Antiseptic_42c $1.25 S. S. S. Health Tonic_99c 50c Aspergum, bottle of 36_43c 50c Cuticura Ointment_39c 60c Graham Buchu Buttons_49c 30c Fleets Phospho-Soda_21c 65c Keys Hygienic Powder_50c 75c Musterole, jar_50c 60c Papes Diapepsin_45c 60c Eno Effervescent Salt_43c SOc Listerine Antiseptic_39c 50c Pineoleum Nasal Spray_34c 60c Musco Rubbing Oil Liniment_49c 175c Pepsodent Antiseptic_59c 50c Squibb Cod Liver Oil_—43c Price* M*y Vary Slightly in Maryland a-nd Virginia Stores on a Few Items Which Are Under State Contract Laws. GRAHAM €? ANALGESIC BALM a._ 49c Penetrates quickly, relieving rheu matic and neuritis pain, muscular aches and pains. PEOPLES ZINC OXIDE OINTMENT Ounce ^ ^\C Tube.... ^IJ Soothing and healing to various skin eruptions and disorder*. Full strength. BARNARD QUININE HAIR TONIC it 59e Awaken* . . . stimulates the scalp and hair root*, overcoming dan druff and falling hair. KAPTIV TAR AND EGG SHAMPOO 75c Size Cleanse and Invigorate the scalp . . . giving the hair a lustrous, healthy appearance. LA MODERNE HAIR DRESSING i?«..42e Hair tonic that removes dandruff . . . hair dressing that brings lustre to dull, lifeless hair. IMPROVED DOBELL SOLUTION Peoples Pint Size With Sodium Chloride. A splendid mouth wash, gargle, and nasal douche. ( PEOPLES RUBBING ALCOHOL For rubbing away muscular ache* and other minor pains. A refresh ing rub-down for Invalids. PEOPLES COFFEE TRIPLE-SEALED Pound ^ ^ £ Package A blend of finest quality cof fees . . . cleaned four times during the making ... triple sealed for freshness.