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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; THURSDAY,1 APRIL 10: 1019.
I? FIGHT HUNGARIAN REDS BELGRADE, Via Parls.-Aprll 30. The Jueo-Slav Koveomdst laa re jected the Tequeat y(t tlie. entento that a Jugo-SlJLv-arjnjr ,co-,Ope.rato In Ehtlng BolBhevIsm In. Hungary, be cause the .allies have not. formally rocognizof tHe JuffoSlav state. WOMEN SHAVE f- ' 41 . UNKNOW INGLY Waea yoa aiy remark sal tram the snxCace. f the aid . resalt la the aaae ea ahxrtes. The calx cejauOBaBn war to reaore feair la to attack: It under th lUa. DftOClrada, the ortslaal aaattar? Usal. 4oes tfiia hr afcsentles. OBly BTesBlae DeXlraelo has BsoeTask B,aarnatee fa each package. At te(BfpKieza ta 6C 1 aafl 13 afcter man roaa a la alala iufi tea receipt of Yrteob FREE Mlc saafled ta plain ealeA eBTdaea a reaest. De Miracle. I36tfc St. aad Park Ave iBCTrYert. 3 on Savings Deposits V. S. SAVINGS BANK I4tb and Yoa Streets WADE& COOPER, Pre D. A. R. 10 CONVENE HERE NEXT WEEK The Daughters -of the American Revolution will convene In twenty elghth annual congress In Continental Memorial Hall next Monday. Sessions will continue during the week. Mrs. George Thatcher Guernsey, president general, will deliver the opening ad dress. Seven vic6 presidents general will be elected and the victory banquet will be given in the large ball-room of the Wlllard Hotel Tuesday TiIghL A reception will be held in the email ball-room. An exhibition showing Americani zation work by the Daughters of the American Revolution will bo a fea ture of the convention, and elaborate musical programs havo been arranged for some of the meetings being planned. 8,000 SMALL PHONE CO.'S FREED FROM U. S. CONTROL -Eight thousand small telephone companies, of the "Class D" rating have been given, almost complete freedom by Postmaster General Bur leson The order releasing them from Federal control -was Issued yesterday. Government Employees and the 'i - "Salary Question HON. EDWARD KEATING. Secretary of Joint Commission on Re . classification of Salaries, says m,vpatt? , i "We are dealing wi&the bread' and butter of approximate ly 100.000 human beings. To thete our decisions are vital and they have a: right to know the process by which we reach our i concu&Jt9iXAjnB .Government employees, must -not only be given a square deal, but they must know that they are recetv , ing a square deal, it was with that thought In tnind that the v Commission asked Sir. Luther C Steward, President of the Na- tional Federation of Federal Employees, to attend the first In formal meeting." i. . . -i Headsfao full textSaf Mj Keating' article" InTtKejAJml FEDERAL EMPX.OTEE.-At all newsdealers, 15 cents per copy or to subscribers, SLOT per rear. Published monthly by The National Federation of Federal Employees ', Continental Trust Building - . ' Phone Franklin 4050 T WAR WIDOW WHO . WED DIPLOMAT 1 HSsssLsiBiiiiiiiiittK.?. .- -JCS3ME&M h Bride of Richard Edmunds Fcn noycr, secretary of the British le gation at Lisbon, Spain. Lady Fennoycr is the widow, of Cfipt. Viscount Ingestro, who was killed la 1015 while wICh the' British forces in France. GENERAL HARRIS SAILS TO- JOIN SEC. BAKER Adjt. Gen, Peter C. Harris left to day for New York, where he will take ship, for JFraneec Ho.wlU. ioln Secre tary of War Baker there, and will be away several weeks. . Tbo purpose of General Harrls visit is to examine the records of the expeditionary forces kept by officers under General Pershing and co-ordl-nato them with the records in the ad jutant general's office Tiere. ORCHESTRA TO TOCR -V- S. STOCKHOLM, April 10. Tho Stock holm Symphony Orchestra, refiuted. to be one of the best orchestras in.-Europe, will leave shortly for a tour of the United States. HXHoo6warb &3L6tbrop Store Opens 9:15 A.M. New York WASHINGTON Paris Store Closes P. M. m r Iiitereing 'and Profitable News Tor Remnant Day tE A.j(atjua-.; a 1 ; . Our Weekly Remnant Day Is original in many ways. We-present you a -specific list 'I of pur offerings1, showing what the prices were and-what they will be for tomorrow ;' if k they -are Imperfect or shop-worn, or damaged, we tell you so. It has made a multitude of ? friendsfor us it is making new ones for us every week. It's always a profitable day for - shopping- eeause Ws a day of genuine saving in desirable merchandise, and in this an l nouncement you will be well repaid by a careful reading. v Please JNote Remnant Day Merchandise Is Not Returnable, None Sent on Approval i or C. O. D. No Phone or Mail Orders Accepted. The Misses Department Has on Sale Mfeses Navy Serge Suits : That Are Most Unusual Values at $25.00 The quality of the Serge is particularly noteworthy, and the styles box and belted raoidels--are those most in fashion's favor., TVfjtnv-ftf fhptn iavft nrertv .vestees of ' noneee' and silk; neatly-trimmed with braid and but tons, with, fancy collars. The sizes are 14, 16 and 18. A splendid assortment from which you may make yonr selection. -$25.00. Misses' Department, Fourth floor. ft Friday Special Sale ofM- - Men's Separate Trousers Reduced to $5.75 Each Just what many men need to finish the sea son. .Trousers of all-wool cheviots, in lijjht .and dark grays and tan colors, of neat striped -patterns. Well made, easy iitting, belt loops and cuff bottoms finish. Most desirable fabric and patterns to extend the life of your present suit. Sizes 28 to 34 waist only.'Svith assorted in-seam lengths. Reduced to $5.75 each. Men's Clothes, First floor. Misses' Apparel 20 Misses' Silk Dresses, made of taffeta, geor gette or the two combined; splendid spring models: black, navy, Copenhagen and gray. Sizes 14, 16 and 18 years. Specially priced. 9154)0. 2 Linen Peter Thompson Suits, one in Copen hagen blue, a two-piece style, with darker hue em blems; size 14 years; tho other in rose shade, a one piece model with white emblems, slightly soiled; size 16 years.. Either suit, 10-OOj were $15.00. 0 Poplin Suits, erood quality, in navy, Copen hagen, tan, pink and rose; one and two piece styles; slightly soiled; sizes 14, 16 and 18 years. S7.50 each; were S12.50. 1 Army Nurses' Uniform, of splendid quality navy serge; size 20. $20.50 1 was $40.00. 1 Yeowoman's Regulation Separate Suit Coat, of very good quality navy serge; size 10 years. Re- . duced to $I2J0. 1 Separate Pleated Skirt of navy serge belt missing); size 20. S8.75 was S12.50. Hisses' Department, Fourth floor. '. i Friday Specials in Women's Knit Underwear (Now on Third Floor) 0 Tlozen Women's Swiss Ribbed Vests, low-neck, sleeveless. Specially priced, 21c each; or 5 for $l.oo. t . 30 dozen "Women's Swiss Ribbed Vests, low-neck, sleeveless, with" fancy crocheted front. Specially priced. 3Tc each. Knit Underwear -Department, Third floor. '. ' '- Friday 'Special in Women's Hosiery 90 pair Woman's Pure Silk Hose, black with white embrolderad-dotrf and figures, and white with assorted colored dots, SI.25 pair; wre $1.75. 36 pair -Women' Lisle Hose, fine quality, but slightly uneven .Jn -weave; size 10 only. 50c pair; were S5c : .,. 110 pair Women's Seamless Hose, in black, brown and gray. 25c pair; were 37J,4c Hosiery "Deparfmehf, Ffrst floor. i Friday Special Sale of Jf. Brooms at 68c Each GoodrongBreoms, nye-string, of good quality broonif striw, f& Irli good wood handles a -very special Jowr prfe-not expected these daySv-Tnadetpos- KiIe-..eranseiytjargfpuTcnase. ,- jSuwsj-eipartracBt, Fifth. 'floor? Friday Special Sale of Fine Net Curtains, $1.85 Pair We offer for Friday, a very special value in a Soft Net Curtain. In light ecru. These are of a most excellent quality of net, and are particularly well made and finished, with neat lace edge. A splendid curtain for any room where a eimple, cur tain is desired. There are only about. 80 pairs in the lot. and we do not think they will last long at the price, so we suggest early morning call. 2' yards long. Very specially priced, S1.85 pair. Upholstery Section Fifth floor. Blouses 4 Navy and Black Georgette Blouses, with white satin vcstes, collars and turn-back cuffs. Sizes 34. 42. 44, 46. $4.50 each; were .$6.70. 3 Flesh Georgette Blouses, with tucked and em broidered fronts and collars and vestees, lace trim med. Taken from regular stock. 1 size 34, 2 size 36. $4.50 each; were $5.75. 19 Flesh 'and White Crepe de Chine Blouses, plainly tailored styles, with novelty roll collars. Takn from regular stock. 2 size 34, 5 size 36. 3 size 38. 3 size 42. 2 size 44, 4 size 46. $4.50 each; were $5.75. 4 Flesh and White Georgette Blouses, neatly tucked. Slightly soiled. Taken from regular stock. Size 36 only. $2.25 each: were S5.75. 16 Printed Pongee Blouses, neatly tailored. 1 size 34, 6 size 36. 2 size 38. 2 size 40, 4 size 42, 1 size 44. 2.25 each, were $5.00. 55 Voile and Muslin Blouses, tailored and tucked styles. 1.50 each; were $2.25 and $2.50. 80 Lingerie Blouses. French voile, muslin and batiste, in tailored, lace arid embroidery trimmed styles. 92J5 each; were $3.95 and $5.70. Blouse Department, Third floor. 1 CON ON FE! FINANCING ROADS NEW YORK, April 10. Bankers and business men from several im portant cities will go to Washington tomorrow to confer with Seeretaryof the Treasury Glass and Director Gen eral Hlnea with a view to evolving? a satisfactory; plan for financing the country's railroads. Railroad men will also Attend, the conference. The financial situation of the roads is regarded as critical by the bank- ." . 4i is consiaerea prooaoie mat a ers. special aeaaion of Congress will be asked at which legislation author izing the Government to take over part of the burden of financing might be introduced. MEXICANS DERAIL TRAIN; AMERICAN IS INJURED An American, "J. Pi Mennet, was in- Jured Friday whan bandits derailed a pasaengei train near Tampico, Mex ico, according to advices received hero by tho State Department Fur ther particulars have been asked by the department Monterey news papers report that the train was de railed by rebels; that .a number of thoso on board wero wounded, and that some of tho train equipment waa burned. A further report says that a Fed eral guardwas killed. On the day before tho derailment, a party of San Antonio business men traveled over tho same route. PanVfePencas" American Reports of Peace Parley Split PARIS, April 10. Tho French censors were busy Tuesday handling the Paris edition of tho Chicago Tribune and Now York Herald, as tho result of tho present tension In tho confer ence;.. A .headline In the Tribune read: "Peace conference (blank) says Wilson, Georgo Washington com ing."' Tho second, bank ?of the head was a complete blank. At intervals in tho news matter ap peared blank spaces with Buoh notices. "38 lines censored," "20 llnes censored," etc A big whito space appeared In tho middle of tho Herald's story of the conference. STAIE SOCIETIES TO HAVE REUNION QUEBEC IS VOID ONBEER AND WINE MONTREAL AjirH 10. The prov ince of Quebec Is voting today to de aide whether beer and wine shall be eliminated frOm tho provisions of the prohibition act, which will make Can ada dry May 1. Last night both wets &nd drys held demonstrations, but the wets pre dominated, with thousands of torcn hprr mar chine ta the strains of Tho Maraellalse." When rain began falling early thit morning, vttla hailed this as an omen of success. Travelers arriving from eastern- Quebec and interior points say the rural districts will cast a slight ma jority in favor of beer.aad wine. With Montreal's unquestioned large vote, this leads many to believe this province will be tho only wet -part of the Western Hemisphere north of Mexico remaining after July 1, when the United States goes dry. a WILL USE POISON GAS TO WAR ON INSECT ARMIES HUNGARIAN DRUNKS WILL BE EXECUTED COPENHAGEN, April Kfc The Hun garian Bolshevlka have turned tem perance advocates. The Budapest Soviet has decreed that exlrewe cases of drunkenness hall h (imMwUe wKfc deatt, vtM a dispatch from that elty to the Felt tlken today. Persons are liable ta death alto tf ifuna m me streets ox suaapeet actee Q TO. m. Jr 9p.ni. The Store Yaw ?&rlelaa KceenMMsdsT RUSSES -4Ud by asserts. Tfeay hava tr&laed attcncUat jr li&? P4w am '" ,W T TI G2oa Co., 917 G 3t A big reunion of all war and other governmental wprkers from the States will soon bevheld in Washington. K your home is In Maine or Cali fornia, send" your name to George I. Cain, '211 Woodward building, wh" has urged the executive members of all State societies to be represented at a preliminary meeting to be held Sunday afternoon. PARIS, April 10. -Poison gas. ed to euch good effect in exterminating the enemy during the war, win shortly be extensively vstO. in exter minating caterpillas and .injarions. larvae, according to Gabriel Bertrand, a scientist, who- predicts that poison gas will in the future play an im portant part in agriculture and hus bandry, Satisfactory tests have al ready been made. 0hS' BUY 1 fafEUl YOUR COAL JP0r NOW -1 WF for coal is due for a steady advarice in I I price from now on. I I Remember the coal shortage of 1 917- I I 1 8 and lay ia your jjext winter's supply I I while the present prices prevail. 1 lib; Epsom Salts 9c 35c Lap&ctfc -PiUs N 23c 25c Caacareta 23c 50c sbe 45c fj 25c Lysol 50c A 35c da 25c 25c Grippe & Cold - Tablets il7c M 25c Ponrfs Extract; 25c Sloan's Liniment 19c GREAT DRUG and TOILET GOODS SALE 30c Calox ' tooth Ponder 17c 1 Pint Chemically Pure Glycerine 50c - -. $1.25 Pinaud's Ulas Vegetal 85c TWO STORES 13k r F S MW.-fifefli. 4 MkU ASttA ww w 4.UWMV v. for shot,pm426 Ninth St. N. W. GrS3f&t FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Mnch time and discriminating: buying makes 1Mb big event "pbssiBlc. All. areT standard brands -of Drags and Toilet Articles needed for the home, at savings worth while supplying yoar spring needs. .Sale starts 8. A. H Friday. Malt Telephone .and C O. D. orders: fiBed, We rtBCrte tha right to -limit qnstities to prevoit-deakTBibHyiag. ' 3Qc Refinol- Soap - MvC 10c Sulphur Candles 4 for 25c 75c BeTJans for Indigestion 55c H 4 30c Tyree's Antiseptic Powder 23c 30c Liquid Rubifoam 25c $1.75 id. 3. i3. Blood Remedy .35 2&Oz. ske Nujol I5c Sayman's Vegetable Soap i. fc 30c MsimeD.1 Large Talcum 23c 8 10c 85c Beef, Wine and' Iron 69c "PPint Pecoaooe Hydrogan 15c 60c Glyco Thymoline 2fc BeecEam's Pills XafC m tthA Outor.Oa 50c fe' 75c Wyeth's Sage & Sulphur 59c $1.00 Hoi-lick's Malted Milk 79c 60c Doan' 50c Lavoris Thetricl Axi Kidney Filk l MouA Wuli II Cold Cream 42c 39c 31c 1 lb. - Hospital Absorbent . Cotton V 44c 30c Piso Cough Remedy 25c 25c Squibb's Talcum 17c 50c Cutkura Ointment 38c 65c Gl overs Mange Remedy 53c 100 5-Graia Park, Davis & Ox's - Cascara Tablets 21c 60c O-Dor-O-No for Perspiration 50c Pebeco Tooth Paste 37c 42c 75c Pinaud's Eau de Quinine 55c 25c Cream Tartar and Sulphur Lozenges 19c Men's Wearables Golf SOc 15 Hen's Fancy Plaid and Striped Wool Caps, discontinued styles; sizes 6Ts and 714 each: were i.oo. 72 pair Men's Fine SIlk-and-Llsle Mixed White Socks, made with triple woven heels and toes, and double soles: sizes 0V4, 10 and 10s.. 20c pair; were 7Bc. 56 pair Men's Llht-weight Black Cotton Socks, ffcamless: triple woven heels and torn and double soles; size 10H only. (J pair for 81.50 1 were SOc pair. 37 Men's Fancy Foulard Silk Four-ln-Hand Ties, fltrured patterns, in medium and dark colorings. . SOc each; were 65c. 75c and. $1.00. Men's Furnishing Department, P'irct floor. 15c Lux Soap Chips Ik 10c Wanous' Shampoo Bags 2 for 15c 50c Oakland Chemical Go. Dioxogen 39c 25c Zymole Trokeys 17c 25c r Daggett & Ramsdell Cold Cream 18c 15c Diana Velour Puffs 9c i ib. - Powdered Boric Acid 25c 35c Gimonet's Natural Rouge 29c 25c Blue Jay Corn Plasters 19c $1.10 La Creole Hair Color Restorer 79c 50c Gem, Jr. Razor Blades 39c $1.00 Comp. Syrup of the Hypophosphites 79c 75c Djer Kiss Face Powder 63c .