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THE WASHINGTON- TDIES, SUNDAY," APRIL 27, 1019.
7 fnHI IBBBBBB: .l c i fi bbbbbbbhK bbRhSiii If BBHBBBB -ifcM' vdCSilll llBBaflBBBBBBBT: ""x&MBESBBBHnf ' Formerly i WiJh the Late W. G. Kinsman Honest Service Honest Prices j SAMUEL J. DANTZIC EYESIGHT SPECIALIST The 3)antzic Method of examination combined .with my rigid truthful diagnois has resulted in satisfaction to 20,000 Wash instonians during the past 13 years. For -Special Appointment Phone Main 5650. SAMUEL J. DANTZIC New Addres KYKSIGHT SPECIALIST 716 14th St. N. W. Next Home Snriuga Bank entire m i PARADE FN N. Y. "The Seventy-seventh Division will parade 100 per cent in New York" was stated yesterday without reservation by Benedict; Crowcll, the Acting Sec retary of war. Mr. CrowcIVs statement was made in order to answer not only letters of doubt which came in from New York, but any letters which may ar rive before the parade. The other of ficials of the department having charge of the transportation and the reception of the troops of the Seventy-seventh here say that there does not appear to be any obstacle whatever to the landing of the trans ports within six days o'f each other and that that, period Is ample in which to make absolutely certain getting the whole division into New York on the day proposed by the local authori ties. '.. YANKS DON'T FAVOR LEAGUE,SAYSfi5 Returning-' American " soldiers lite not for. a. league of nations, they don't want 'to- potltc Europe or any other part of the world outside, America or itsposscslaris, and. jBeyorc anx ious to get home and solle-dawn. This was the view-expressed' today by Representative fcrtqnapf Iowa, prominent member of .;ihV Motif e Ways and Means Committeejiii(iJQb$ck from a trip to France an3EngJand' Judge Green sa.w myencolf .Re Amer ican troops ant" tra;vele$. jjyineward on the Leviathan, with aSJirge share of the. Rainbow Djv.isibn, atjiong them the lCSth Regiment, comnoficd of troops from his own Stated jiia.riy of whom arc personal friends!, "aiidl acquaintances. KENXEOY'HttAnS CANAL BUREAU Maj. Gen. Chase W. Kennedy has been ordered to assume xomrnahd, of the Panama Canal .de'pa'rtment, ftijc War Department ' announced:,' today, relieving Brig. Gen. Richard M. Elatchford. jm.' f , J U S T R UN Y O U R HOOVE R Sew Electrically i ArQOVEjBLECTRie. SUCTION . - -. SWEEPER does ayay . with, the; danger" 6f germ ladened air in the.liQnie," 3 removing, dust and dirtina dustless Harih'er.r """"", ' ( It gets every particle of lint and fine slirt the "first run" by reason of its whirling brush attachment. The only way to clean house and ac- 4 omplish it with far less work and with out tiring yourself is to install a Hoover jElectric Suction Sweeper. i ' :'. we Carry All Styles and Let Electricity Do the Pedaling t'. - -. i Sizes of the Hoover $47.50iip jEasy Purckaie Uenns . "f . Electric Portable Sewing Machine's re 1 - so compact, so light, you can carry one wherever you wish to sew. They are simple, easy to understand and to operate. Call and fry one. No. 1. Vibrator Type One of the types most commonly used; has vibrating shuttle, and is equipped with automatic - tension ' re lease and automatic bobbin &9Q CA r winder. Price : . :. .-.-.- ?V " No. 2 Rotary Type Has rotating bobbin and automatic tension is free from vibration; silent, efficient, high grade. Runs oneThird faster. Simply constructed -&v.'''flA and easily operated. Priee..V'lwV '" y " y - No." 3. Automatic Type Known; too, as single thread machine produces chain stitch without a bob bin. Stitch can be unraveled? by break vmg thread At- any point (Ehis is con venient if you're remodeling fcCQ CA garments. Price..- ...,.,..-.. wywJy Everything, for M 1.' Mat, . HHRvIAIJLffB BMBKjCfpfrBKJMfr B m H VOtVOI&L tAi 6800 The Store -for Thihgs Electrical Keep From Entablements That the general feeling among th troops is in favor of the United States keeping out of any arrange ments with European powers; which wHl entangle this country in tho many quarrels of Europe, Is assert.:-'! by Judge Green. '"l talked with many officers and men." said Judge Green. "Tftey arc not for a league of nations and they are opposed to any arrangement which promises to entangle Us with the troubles of Europe. They found and I found that and ambitions oXvflips. pepaje r&! very uinerent rroQurs; -ftt tite European 'peo'ple doniWrHlerstnnd u.-, and that Jt Is doubtful' whether .we understand-them. v . v. . "I found that the traopsigenerally were extremely anxious -to get home. Moreover, in my talk with them, I failed to find that iheyv favored uni versal training op cbrhprilsVVy scry ice.'" .(..-- ?'3ieDrentct'ivc'',"-Green said" ,;-ithc ioQp3v1K-ltK"v"'honv he. talked did "not complain about the fighting, but did compl&fy because a good- deal- of the urae iney souia nei notam surncicni Xopd, supplies, cloth1ng-,and shoes. Brest in Bad Condition: Judge Green had opportunity to see much of the Brest qam'p.'ji?9 in spected it closely.. He'ekid tie "camp was formerly in.Jjad shape, but was now improved to some extent. - ."Brest, "has .a wretched 'climate and it' is a poor place for a camp," 'said Judge "Green. "I was lold a'largo force of engineers had to be kept there constantly to keep the camp up. "It. .must have '.hcn.-a. very bad plachefonS It', goJT'w'iaks and lai provCjme,nts. In talking .with a num ber Jot officers, I swarf tc4d by them that- tHe. reports rtohiing the early conditions wer not exaggerated." h W''g- , Store Opens at 9:15 a. m. Qoses at - -6 p.- m. Be Here. at Store . r 4)pejiing Time Tomorrow EX B ' THE SHOPPING JMlJJAWkMm D JEJiii ,filMlifi . iwrf11! F a q a b a b b ts' a q b o a. sa a a a m m; ICENTEIIL' 1 E5TAB. 1677 mi m J 3 rC- llih and G Street? y A.HSHEBJ- . i i JTlie. jIosl' Remarkable 'Values in the History of fr. tthe Bargain ,i,$aseent. 'OroraoroVf m the tfrcatt AHnijersary Sale m w a m t; ITm Beginning Tomorrow, Monday fjlf .A; 1? i 2S90-50 L BRlflSH CHILSELFARE EXPERTS ARRIVE IN U. S. -- " -i. , Sir CjjtjMoj'BJlJls child wel fare expert, hfejarrYJjhjNcw York on his way.. fh- atijh'tl'ftte interna tional child W Kaf .?! congress to open here soon, jte)i,j;jCapo.VJIVrJJepartment learned todajrft' iS' Jackson Wyie'lvth'ecbngress how England, pfMjtiwar conditions. maintained.'AenC$tnt mortality rate at the prewar Jo"!vel. Accompanyjfigackijon'B,re Sir Ar thur Newsnotn.'Jt. C Pavfdson, and Mrs. Elcanorartbn, .all British dele gates to thCVjJongrea ' isrii r r 4 I5,IHK) S$qgEle nOBI TRCK. .STAUNTOSr.Vva.. April' 27. Fifteen thousand dollars incurreqey, consign ed to the Treasury -Department by a local bank, wis stolen'from a railway mail truck here. " Postal inspectors are today working on the theory- that the theft was committed by a person hav ing previous knowledge of the ship ment. --; 9 t V E Z Ta m V 6 (E Z in Name-easy in action) When Constipated, you want prompt-relief, but. you do not want a violent purge such as salts or calomel, E Z Tablets .act promptly yet gently without griping or dis comfort. ,: "' And they are more than a mere physic but contain val uable tonic ingredients. 100 Tablets k ?JWw$ i&ttrai rtfOCOli tvSI 25c AT ALL DRUGGISTS rstmm 1. - t . . . M , f -T. " . .. l I I 9 I I I 1 1 i 1 e i I 1 I i B i 1 B I t .i B H B i 8 H I i ,v.J : v- pe Unparalleied ValueVjng.lfnt of 'ife Whole Year in Our Jteafojsetaent THE PAtAIS-'ROYAL BARGAIN BASEMENTrSmne: fdur -y SgS,'vhas quickly developed into a Most Efficient Economy.Storeahdis hotv; orjefeof theMcfst; Helpful Mercantile Institutions in Washington to AllThrifty SKbppers.1 - Qurr ' Bargain Basement Policy at All Times is to Give Every Ounce of. Style, , Quafity,: and Value for the Price, and for this Anniversary' jSale Profits 'vyill e practically;, ; forgotten, Wthe object is to have. aT PHENOMENAL' StLE and bririglMeiyhopC c per in Washington into Our Bargain Basement. Thle; Yalue$ Off er-ea Are -Most- tLxtraordinary. ' . ,..; .. i-i-f V SRP". 79c to $1 Qualitiesui Turkish Towels Subject To a Slight OU Spdt, Etc. A great purchase of "Run- or-tbftill" Towcl3 In . siz& I ilxiS-a big, generous size ' towel, extra heavy. Finished with wide borders, in pink; blue, and gold and silk striae. . Basemertt ANNIVERSARY- SALE PRICE, 47c each. , . Palais Royal Bargain Basement p3 Large Wardrobe Trunks Aa An Extraordinary Annlrcnsry Special Strong, 3-ply vencer-A covered wardrobe Trunk bound with vulcanized noer;- soi:a stcei, Drasseu- .i cprner support; good, strong nap lock, striped j lining; cpmoinauon uangers; convcruoie nai dux and shoe pockets. Anniversary Sale Pries, ii.$27.75 Palais IlojalBar grain Basement. Nickel Alarm Clocks :$1.39 .Made by the A N S O N I A CJock Co. A cood timc-kceo- cr. loud alarm. Regularly old for $1.89; Annivorsaryi Sale Price, 51.39. ralnl Royal Bargain Basement. STANDARD $L 00 Qualities Fine Nainsook and Muslin Nightgowns As An Anniversary Special, 77c Kat-h Our regular $1.00 Gowns, together with some now purchases made for this sale comprising 1,000 in 1 all. Of muslin, nainsook and batiste, some with fine lace panels or embroidered yokes. Of fine qualitv; some very pretty designs; in pink and white. Sizes 16 and 17. ANNIVER SARY SALE PRICE, each 77c. rnlais noyal Bargain Batcnieut. m Thousands of Kjf. - -- m- ' -. m- - H ' im -i i - ik. i m 'ji' .ar Tiic; 11VTT K-JL AJliLk Special Purchases Grouped -In Three Remarkable Lots 88e, $L24 and $t,59 yd. At SSc-PIip, nd fancy silks in J lengths from 2 to to -yards. 'gJ .-. At .$1.24--Choice Qf satin de luxe, chiffon-"taffeta, crepe de chine, and crepe" poplin in the wanted colors. At $1.59 are 40-inch printed georgettes, plain georgettes, crdpe meteors,, silk' poplins, silk foulards, 1 in various colors; also oiack aucnesse peau de cygnfe and satin elegant,, . ralaU Itoynl BarcnJti Basement. $1.50 : i ''.. Tbink' at it co&fols-,' tnat we actually sold In this:. . aiepartment not 3. months aeo at SS.00 -and- L430, e,ah Filled, y-Jh- flne EOf.t nte cotton m .ana.cjoYeceo vriin priniea FUKoiinc. in Mreuy t.- orings: good full size. ANNIVERSARY SAU3 PRICE, 9JJSO each. Palais Royal Bargain Basement. Women's Umbrellas 150 Handsome Styles Greatly Underpriced AYumrii'iirAmrrlt'itn Taffeta lOotton) Umbrellas, on para gon frame?, iO-inch sizt; Alth bakalite ring handles or silk cord wrist loop. Regu larly ?i.23 each. Anniversary Sale Price, Palais Royal Bargain Basement. . : ::.; e or oou rise .,f. x nv',t Bed m a B I I 1 I a i' i . Jt -T$$t Are Reaftr WendeijfoJ-yaJue,". t'iL ' : . 3(KrWomenJr Special for $1.19 Excellent qualities In Women's Knitted Pants, with muslin bands: spring weights. laee-?che.' gtyle:"-jsea 32 to. ."8. . Casement Apnlftt-sary Safege, 4 fo?3l2lfc Palais Royal Bargaui Baseairnt. Extraordinary AflnivprgTSalef? - UnionSuitat2forr75 . -CflcQ.aaIltIo In Spring -weight Union StiRx. i sizes 20 to 32, for boss or girls. .. Anniversary Sale Price. 2 salts fr; Palais Ro -iar'v'W ?. -rmn' $1.77 Women's Chamoisette Gloves W'ttn embroidered and stitchod h.-ick.: a broken assortment at al bargain price for this sale; colors arc gray, masti white and blark. Actually worth $1.00 ner pair. Anni versary Sale Price, 40c I'uIoJm' Royal Bargain Baxctncnt. L.TJ? - AJ - a.' .- . r.dt Mfc V ml--'-f--.-,- 1 " 'Values Euf PVomen s LM.lw Women's Union Suits Siren 38 mul US Women's SprInu- A jT irclght. low-neck, sleeveless, tight 01 fll v bloomer-knee st.vl. nd ?onif witn LJL W I laco. kno7-iuaIities worh G!.: JL V Uasc-msnt Anniversary Sale Price. -40c' Puluis Royal Bargain Basement. I(M) Prslg Silk Hose In Sizes 9 and BVz Sale Price Two Prs. for 75c Think of it! Beautiful quality Silk Stock ins, with long silk boot, reinforced heel and toe and Hsle garter tops, in bla'Ck only SHghtly imperfect qualities that we will place on sale tomorrow as an Anniversary Special at S.palrs-for "Cc. - - Women's Cotton Hose, 3 Pairs, 39c OSO pairs In thl lot. Made with roinforc-.-il heel and toe; black or white: all sizs. Very desii'aMc for weat arohpd honte. AX.MVElt StRYtSALE PRICEarpntru-fbr 33c. Palais Royal Bargain Basement! I As the Feature Extraordinary APHENOME i B I a e s a B B H- B. a a a a a a a a a o a a a a a B a 3 s SAL e h 5LE YOU KEEPING UP Wtfrj$. THE TIMES ISJf JB Bk HLp Pq jgtr WiJF , -.-, . IE 8 "This sale surpasses in importance and magmtucfefcany sale 'attempted since 91 ins this great Economy Basement. Styles and quali ties' Sffered will suit the most exfct- in?, and the values eclipse any that we have ever beenble to offer in the history, of.lj. the store. "-... '?; 1401 Newest Spring Dresses a . t Actually Worth $32.50 $27.50, $25, $22:50, $20 and $18.50 lUftttt a ij: - uver iou cnyies q j! to Choose From. . , ...'.All. Sizes; All D !r Colors. Of Finest Silks. H ISi H ! I SEl COMPLETE DETAILS OF THIS AND OTHER FEATURES IN ThinWftt&. 1,401 Dresses Dozens- and- Dozens Worth $3fc5D, . 'i u- TODAY'S STAR OR POST. larscla JBa mrnl. i i t lii B B B S' -a - 1 i j A i -:ii 1 i OBaiiiiaiiiiasaQSQEDiiQiiQiDsy f i .