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[certified to he the best value possible at lowest prices!
kartment Managers
si Norma Greareft I
Mint Alice Kelly
Miss Sarah Minar
IfHrElinor Turner
MUi Catherine Holt
Mill Anna Salonika
Is* Mildred Brook*
Mr». Georgia King
Mrs. Mildred WorehsmT
1»« Betty StaHwiwith
Mrs. Robbie Bur be re |
Mrs. Carmella Li«ran1
. Harlett Nicholson
Mri. Anna Sansburr
Mrs. Winnie Treier
■1st Mary Zirlar
Mrs. Mary Marehetti |
Miss Catherine OakesIL
-if
Ira. Edith Lynch
Mils Ethel Meyers
MUs Cecelia Pettit |[
- ■■ ■■■ —II
|»» Minnie Cook
Mrs. Ethel Sehottroft
Mine Thelma Balderaen
i. Jimmy Harrii
Mis> Cecelia Cordia
Mr«. M. Noriworthy
Ella Hall
| Mrs. Hazel Chisholm
Mlaa Lillian Baanchaaaj
; MEN'S FELT
HATS
98e
Lightweight, snap brims. Spring
shades. Sizes 6% to 7%.
II
I REAM
TYPING PAPER
23e
A big value at a small cost;
yellow second typing sheets;
250 sheets to ream. Also Vi
ream white sheets at 23e
CHILD
APRONS
25e
Dainty organdie ruffles, neatly
designed print materials; bib
style.
MEN’S ATHLETIC
SHORTS
19e
Alto boyt' sizes. Mode of
broadcloth in figures; balloon
seat, full-cut sizes.
NEW SPRING
HANDBAGS
Patent leather, calf grain end
crocheted multicolored punei;
meny itylei.
I iiiwii' a———e—a
PLIOFILM
I GOVERETTES
3 «- 25c
The new, economical coven for
refrigerator bowl*; keep food
fresh; odorless; washable.
KIDDIES’ KNIT
SWEATERS
25e
little tots' cotton pullover
sweaters in a wide selection of
spring colors.
MEN'S
PAJAMAS
94e
Broadcloth, in patterns and
plain colors. Pullovtr and coat
stylas. Sixes A, B, C, D.
I MEN’S
HANDKERCHIEFS
12for49e
Leek at this bargain! Fall site
white everyday handkerchiefs.
100 EMBOSSED
NAPKINS
10'
100 colored or white embosted
kitchen nopkini; lovei on the
laundry bill.
i BIRDSEYE
DIAPERS
97^ ^°Z*
Size 27x27; best quality cotton
birdseye diapers at a very low
sale price.
1 Charlie McCarthy
CARDS
10e
Birthday and get-well cards,
cleverly designed, with bright
sayings by Charlie.
BOX OF 5
TAMPAX
The new, safe sanitary neces
sity, designed and approved by
physicians.
HAIR BOW
RIBBONS
10C yd
Colorful, attractive plaid rayon
hair ribbons; largo selection of
colors.
RAYON
PANTIES
12c
Women's and misses' panties,
briefs and shorts; lace trimmed
or tailored. Regularly 19c.
*
DR. LYON'S
TOOTH POWDER
19e
Do at your dentist deei. Use
Or. Lyons tooth powder. Repu
lor 25e fixe.
MEN’S FANCY
HOSE
3pr 25e
Leek at this value. Men's reyen
hose in many patterns and col
ors. Sires 10 te 12.
2-WAY STRETCH
GIRDLES
49e
Comfortable, perfect fit rayon
and rubber girdles. Panty and
gartar styles.
12x16 PICTURE
FRAMES
23e
A moit attractive selection of
subjects. Gilt frames, kegu*
I or 49c values.
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WOODBURY’S
SOAP
7e
Regular 10c tize; netienally
fameui Waadburyi beauty soap.
New, Colorful
ANKLETS
Misses’ and women's fine gauge
rayon anklettes; patterns or
solid colors; also designed cuffs.
FELT
ROLLERS
55c
The €-woy hot for women—
for sports wear and dress, lest
spring colors.
DOLLY VARDEN
HAIRNETS
12for39e
A big savings! Regular 5c hair
nett in every desired celer.
Boned and Rolled
HAMS
33e,b
■nenlar 84-lb. Geeteee DcUOieni
SMlaS Unasked Hama—far fer
ine nr bakine.
f Street Stern only.
BENGALI NE
GLOVES
49c »'■
Reg. 59c women'* royon corded
gloves; fancy stitched cuffs; all
desired spring colors.
J 9ai^Bess^9BstaBSMaHi
BERKLEY
COTTON
19e
Famous "Barkley" brand cotton,
800-yard ball; white, ecru.
Smart New
JEWELRY
25e
Mexican colors, multicolored
bracelets, brooches end bou
tonnieres.
Wiston's Packagi
CAKES
10€
Chain of 2 kind!—oeea froth.
Vtrr taitr. wholeoonc, frolt
tad aat and eoeoonut eaka*.
PEASANT
APRONS
25e
Very appealing and smart;
women's peasant style aprons;
attractive flowered prints.
NUT TOP
BON BONS
Chocelate-covered marihiaallow
eakat topped with peeaat. The
dillfht of the ehlldrea. Ren>
lar She lb. F Street (tore Hit.
BOX BOO
PONDS TISSUES
22e
Regular 25c. 500 soft, absorb
ent cleansing, tissue*. A 3
months' supply.
Whole Blanehed
PEANUTS
15eib
They're roosted end salted just
right. Fresh Virginias at a vary
special price.
CAROLINA MOON
HOSIERY
2-1.29
Exclusive with Murphy's. Rim
less sheer chiffon, full fash
ioned; new ceppery shades.
FOUNTAIN PEN
With Name
31e
Guaranteed Durium tipped
fountain pans. Sixes for men
and women; nomas engraved
free.
F Street Stare Only
BEAUTIFUL
COMPACTS
25e
New flat, round peti-peint end
daintily doiigned coven; metal
cam.
PLAYING
CARDS
A beautiful aelMtiaa ef daplcai
—tMr leak like Me aaaber*—
bar a er 4 aeeke at this eale priee
BOUTONNIERES
19e
V
I Field flowers, violets, daisies,
fruit, gardenia and many other
artificial coot and suit flowors.
SWEITZER
CHEESE
31eib
Kraft's delicious Wisconsin
Sweitxer cheese. A treat af
treats. Regular 35c lb.
et F St. Storm only.
Meet Our 7th St. Department Managers |
Mr*. Celeete Pace
Mrs. Lillian Ricketts
Mr«. Norma Cole
Miu Pett» SUthapeuloi
MIm Beatrice Geodhart I
Mrs. Evelyn Greene
Mrs. Marion Hamilton I
Mlts Elsie Thomas
Mrs. Yi(ffinia OrndofT I
Mr*. Virginia Srpnlt
Miss Dorothy Barnard
Mrs. Sally Sexton j
Min Elltabeth Grten
Mrs. Minnie Bradley J
MU* Dorothy PUtte
Mlaa E. MaeMullen
Mr*. Verdie Farmer
Mrs. Sadie Butcher I
Mra. Martha Oden
Mrs. Dorothy Brookr
Hiss Evelyn Martin I
Mrs. Helen Smith
Mist Emily Boone
Miss Myra Phillips
Min Philo Clarke
Mrs. Evelyn (iosnell
Miss Eva Jones
MUi Sally Gibson
Mlu Etta Musselman
Mr*. Franet* Curry
Mrs. Begin* Henderten |
Hits Mtbel Suit
Him Either Schofield
QUINN LAUDS D. C.
CITIZENS IN FIGHT
Representative Is Speaker
at Meeting of Hillcrest
Association.
In suffrage, taxation and kindred
matters, Washington represents "a
tragedy," the Hillcrest Citizens’ Asso
ciation was told last night by Repre
sentative James L. Quinn, former
member of the House District Com
mittee.
“I'll vote for you," Mr. Quinn said.
In speaking of national representa
tion, “but frankly I hope you don’t
get it. You re better off the way you
are. However, If any sort of self-gov
ernment is to be allotted to you, I think
the city manager type would suit Wash
ington best. I admire you for your
courage. You have the spirit of our
forefathers, who also met In church
and schoolhouse and made our country
great. If you attain your highest pur
pose you would disband. That would
be a sad blow to America.”
Mr. Quinn, Democrat, of Pennsyl
vania further outlined the details of
a 50-50 tax plan now in use In Cincin
nati and Pittsburgh, which he recom
mended to the association as worthy
of adoption for Washington.
Sees "Little Man” Aided.
The plan, in simple form, call* for
a 50-50 distribution of the tax burden
on the home owner, Mr. Quinn ex
plained. stating that at present the
brunt of the tax is on the home; the
land, irrespective of quantity, is taxed
little. In Washington, a city of large
estates, the small home owner would
be benefltted immensely, and the ac
tivities of land speculators would thus
be curbed, he said.
The association indorsed two points
recommended by the Executive Com
mittee. First, that Branch avenue S.E.
from Alabama avenue to the District
line be made an arterial highway,
with stop signs at all intersections;
second, that public school teachers in
the District have the right to name a
beneficiary for their Federal retire
ment funds. Copies of the indorse
ments were sent to the Federation of
Citizens' Associations.
Hillcrest Association members gen
erally agreed that the exploits of the
"dog poisoner" had momentarily been
halted. Only one case of poisoning
has been reported in the last month,
in contrast to the score or more in
late January and February.
Bus Schedule Change Asked.
A letter was ordered sent to the
Capital Transit Co. and the Public
Utilities Commission asking that &
series of express busses be run from
the Seventeenth and Pennsylvania
avenue S.E. terminus to Twenty-sev
enth street S.E. before continuing,
local, into Hillcrest. between the
hours of 4:30 o'clock and 6 o'clock in
the evening
A three-point traffic improvement
program, recommended for adoption
by R. H. Worrall. was turned over
to the Traffic Committee of the asso
ciation for study. The plan suggests
that a space be provided In the mid
dle of each block for loading and un
loading vehicles to eliminate double
parking; that the disfigurement of
the city by signs and contrivances
for the control of parkin? be stopped
through the provision of a unified
system of signs, and that the 25-foot
zone parking restriction from street
corners be more strictly enforced.
It was voted that the Boy Scouts
of America be sponsored another
j year by the association.
A letter was ordered sent to the
Commissioners protesting the lack of
sewers on Branch avenue S.E.
New members admitted to the asso
ciation are Mrs. Alice Wolfe, S. H.
Ferrell, J. A. Barker, Karl G. Newell
and Paul E. Goodrich.
BIRTHS REPORTED.
Howard and Elaine Hill, girl
Harrv and Rosemarv Hyman, girl.
Jesse and Eva Pursley. girl.
Wib.Tur and Harriet Atkins girl.
Charles and Virginia Kendrick, girl.
Frank and Ary Goidberc girl.
Arthur and Mattie Blue, boy
Jesse and Effie Moorman, boy.
Jci£Th and Estelle Gorkw b0v.
Homer and Bernice Hughes, boy.
Robert and Sarah Bell. girl.
John and Alberta Cavanafh girl.
Raymond and Anne Fox. girl.
Ben and Nora Marien girl
Cedric and Lorraine McKenale. girl.
Paul and Ella Gribble. bov
Paul and Patsy Sobrito. girl.
James and Inez McDonald, boy.
Harry and Lola Crampton. boy.
Marshall and H*len Miller boy
Richard and Amanda Burbanks boy.
Howard and Marguerite Cash, girl
Clarence and Hel*n Matthews, boy.
Nathaniel and Be-nadette Weems, boy.
James and Mary Yates boy
John and Rosa Howard, boy.
Clifton and Isabelle Boone, boy.
James and Mary Bush, boy
Glenn and Ada Wrieht. boy.
Julius and Drucilla Epps. girl.
Charles and Hallie Young, girl.
Glover ar^i Grace Collins girl.
George and Katie Chambliss, girl.
Isaac and Rosa Bright, girl
P«tL£r.sr*3 and Viola Henderson, boy.
Henry and Geneva McCoy, hoy.
Harry and Sarah Peterson, bov.
John and Margaret King, boy.
Joseph and Sadie Tavjor. boy
Roland and Bertha Baylor, girl.
William and Agnes Montgomery, girl.
Carlos Marie Roberson, girl.
Elmer and Pearl Thurston, girl
Willie and Louise Taliaferro, girl.
•-•■■■■■ . —.
DEATHS REPORTED.
Annie F. Lassiter. 80, 720 Reek Creek
Church rd. n.w.
Virginia R. Smith. 78. 2020 N st. n.w
Fannie Cornelia Ernest. 78. 1135 Oates
st. n e.
John Harvey Whitmer. 72. 7413 Blair
rd. n.w.
Blanche M Witham 67. 208 1st st sw
Albert O. Stearns. *r.. 67. 513 Buchanan
st. n.w.
Pauline R Barrett. 66 147 c st. n e.
Bertha MTiitney 66. Siblev Hospital.
Janie.- F. Wakefield, sr . 58. 450 G st n w.
FUa Mae Fenton. 54 4.316 14th st. nw
Sarah E. Alloy. 64. 30M 2nd st. nw.
Oeorse R. Fertlch. 52. Wardman Park
Hotel.
Leona Clark Palmer. 40, Georgetow-n Uni
versity Hn v p I
Mamie Pons Hale. 42. Georgetown Uni
versity Hospital.
Edward L Forres-. 21. Emergency Hospitgl.
Infant Daugherty. George Washington
University Hospital
Infant Boyars. Oalllnger Hospital
George G. Harris. 68. 1511 1st st. n.w.
Want to Know Why
You’re Constipated?
Would you give a million to shake
off that dull, dopey, played-out
feeling that often comes with
common constipation? Then stop
a minute and think.
What have you had to eat this
week? Just meat, bread, eggs,
potatoes? Probably the reason
you're constipated Is you don't
get enough "bulk." And "bulk"
doesn’t mean how much you eat.
It means a kind of food that Isn’t
I entirely digested, but leaves a
, soft, bulky mass in the intestines
which helps a bowel movement.
What to do? Eat some Kellogg's
All-Bran for breakfast every
day. This crunchy toasted cereal
is not only rich in “bulk”-lt also
contains both the intestinal tonic
vitamin B„ and iron.
Eat All-Bran every day and
drink plenty of water. See if you
don’t get off your heels and on
your toes! Kellogg’s All-Bran Is
^sold by every grocer._ i

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