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NAVY LEAGUE BALL Every Phase of American His tory to Be Presented Lin coln's Birthday. Kveiy piiaae of American UlstoAy from the landing of Gelumbua to Ufa cluaa uf tbe civil war will be accu rately portrayed la an American pageant to b? presentad in ?li? ball rot.in of th? Saw Willard Hotel oa the night of Lincoln's birthday, Feb ruary 1J. In connection with a grand ball concluding tbe t?vo days' annual tnealla? of th? Navy League of th? lini??4 Ita ' ? Th? ball is being givon under dl ?set supervision of Mr? Jamea? Car rail Frasn. vie?? president of the Mavy League The Community Serv ie? is contributing the services of mtr?. HtanUolph Keith Forrest, direc tor uf pageantry und drama, who jaJanne.i the proposed pageant and Is ?itrectliig di?? atenea which will make It possible for the sponsors of the ball to piou.-ni <?ae of the most col om.l and brilliant spectacles in tlie history of Washington. Members of th? Cabinet will either tgke part in the pageaat or will b? gctlvely engaged in the work of stag ing the historical incidents. Original gigners of the Declaration of In? ajepenu'ii? ? will b? representad by ltneal descendants. The pageant will open with Amer io?, personified as the mus? of history, ss? an honor guard of four torch bearer?! bringing the everlasting fire from the North. South, Bast and West. Various phases of history will pass tra review as the pages of a great hook are turned. The first of these will be termed tbe melting pot. Real Indians will be present, including Mrs. Oertrude Bon nln granddaughter of Sitting Bull. Its their order will come the Virginia aattier . the Pilgrims of 1620. the Dutch, the Quakers, and the Mugue reets. The Revolutionary group will be headed by Washington and his staff and will include John Paul Jones, father of the American navy, and his ?asociales. In this group also will come tho ?lgning of the Declaration of Inde pendence. Bvery State, in the Union will be represented by tableau in the his t?rica! serles that follow. LORD CECIL ADVOCATES NEW POLICY IN ENGLAND Interdependence Must Come, He Saya, If League Is to Be a Success. LONDON, Jan. 19.?Lord Robert Ce cil, former minister of blockade, to day, in discussing the league of na ttons, ?in l/iri?.| ?hat the selfish, na tionalistic, devil - take - the-hlndmost policy that Germany openly adopted at the beginning of tin? war was no different from the csmouflaged policy of Great Britain and other allied na tions. Tills policy, he said, must give way to a new policy of Interdepen dence if the league of nations Is to become a nueces??. The league enthusiasts sro not srare the organization which was for mally launched in Paris on Thursday Without American representation will aolve the immediate problems, either individuai or collective, confronting the various powers. I.ieui. Karl Cavan, one of the most ardent league advocates, said: "No man dare prophesy the result ?t an alignment of Oermany and ? us ala In formation of a counter league again?? France and England. "Let ue not deceive ourselves," said LuSrd Cecil. "The treaty of Versailles with Germany is in force, but peace, real peace, ia still a long way off." , SPECIAL ALL THIS WEEK Whole Sol? With Rubber ?**--!* n-eolin 2 IIIEX Whole Sties with lutar Heels, $1-75 SELIS 10 MINUTE SHOE REPAIR SHOP ?Best White Oak Leather U?ed 521 9th St. N. W. 6 Doors Below F Woexdettul Volume m Every Department Where Waehtnoton Old Dutch Mattet Anniversary Sale NOW IN PROGRESS-LASTS THE ENTIRE WEEK THIS is National Thrift Week. Mo*t appropriately, too, it is the week we celebrate our TWELFTH ANNIVERSARY v-ith a rec ord-breaking serie? of the year'? biggest values in every department. Every Old Dutch Market is always a Thrift Center, and never more so than during Anniversary Sale. Get in on the ground floor of economy by taking full advantage of this week of extraordinary value-giving in table and food supplies of all kinds but of one quality?the best the market affords. Go 0!d-Dutch-Market-ing Every Day This Week and Thrift Week Will End With Greater Profit For You in Savings Made 1500 8T? "HOLLAND BELLE" MA FLOUR--12 ?. 90 Very Special Value at the Old Price During Anniversary Sale Week 500 Cases. Fels NapthagHr!;e6cakes43c1 EC? SOAP ?STE?. Cake 5c ONLY our foresight in buying ahead enables us to sell this ?me flour at such low prices this week Since we bought the above quantity the prices of all flours have advanced more than once, and when this stock is exhausted we shall be compelled to advance our price. Why not take advantage of the ?Anniversary Sale opportunity and lay in a good supply at a big saving? 6-lb. Bag, 48c 12-lb. Bag, 90c 24-lb. Bag, $1.78 TROCO Pure Nut Butterine Special During Anniversary Week Only lb. 35c, 3 lbs., $1.00 Mad,? from the white meat of cocoanuts, churned with pure pasteurized milk, TROCO achieves the final perfection of flavor. Anil?tho final argument?every pound you buy save* you at least forty cents. Try a pound tomorrow. A Solid Carload of New Pack PRUNES Of standard quality in every way, will be placed on sale this week at mpst attrac tive Anniversary Sale prices. Four different sizes to choose from? Mammoth at, lb. Medium ?ize, 11?.. . . . nodfJKe a\Zm.t \\j. "Sunmaid" Seeded Rabins, package, 23c 40C ES ia. 25c 8? 35c 15c The Big Anniversary Week Feature? A Sensational Sale of Highest Quality CANNED FOODS At Extraordinary Money-Saving Prices . Positively every line below is of standard quality and known merit?as good as money can buy. We guarantee every item to give the fullest satisfaction. All are fresh, new stock, the very best the market affords. Your particular attention is drawn to the EXTRA SAVINGS to be made by buying in case or dozen lota during this week. Supply your wants now for many weeks to NEW PACK come. Extra Fancy, Small, Lean C lb. S ? 0 RED ?r SHOULDERS, ?<J In spite of increased cost to us?for all pork products have risen sharply in price within the last few days?we will sell these choice small sired shoulders at this low price just as aa Anniversary Sale Special. Average weight, ? to 8 lbs. Mild, sweet cure and hickory smoke ?the perfection of flavor. Choice Smoked Hams, 8 to 10 lbs., Ib., 34c Breakfast Bacon, machine sliced, lb?, 48c Just in time for Our Anniversary Sale, a shipment of extra?ne Home-Dressed ?ppf ?and?? Home-Dressed Porlr Direct from our Frederick plant, dressed under strict U. S. Government inspection and of the choicest quality. Delicious Fresh Pork Cuts PORK CHOPS, the very choicest select AC center cuts, lb."??JC PORK CHOPS; cut from the blade end. Special value at, lb. PORK ROAST.S, the more delicious se- A*} lerted cuts from tho center of the loin *?C PORK ROASTS, shoulder cuts from O-C fine young pork. ?? C FRESH HAMS, extra choice, lean and Ol just the right sise?8 to 10 lbs. OLZ FRESH SHOULDERS. Fancy ?utiaII lean shoulders that make delicious eating. 0*7 ? Pound. ?ii C 38c SAVORY NATIVE STEER BEEF All cuts at the most reasonable pric<es. SweetmeadowCorn BOO launa nt thla in?..? II?- l.riinal of ?a,r. I. I :. tier, corn all ur? >??:. ?>n? i?n?k Malar ?i.?i. \ nniar rum ? Sala? pria'!*?. Early June Peas $3.60 $1.85 16c '.mi ...?-'?? Of ?Wh.Ir I loud" limnal of al.ll. ?..??? ,?? ai ia e lairiral parea?a pnr I. ulnrl.a Mllrii.liir a ?IUl li ili.?.? low \ lanla ? r?;.r ? ?air prla-r?. $3.45 $1.75 15c ?SSar Tomatoes Klrh, ripe i-raj. full-flav i.ri-rl loin..???!?, plilard Bl llicir l.r.l an. pat Up a? II. urla aalaol?- ?? paa-aaalblc. * u n i a rraarj Salr prier. Case Doz. cans 3 laif e cans $3.85 $1.95 50c Asparagus Tips, Del Monte, small round cans, each, 20c; dozen .$2 35 Asparagus, ungraded, Eagle brand, large square can, 35c; 3 for $1.00; dozen.$3.85 Brussels Sprouts, Del Monte, finest quality, can, 20c ; dozen.$2.35 Stringless Beans _nSO ennrm of fttrinalriKa Bra?, ??*? rh.lr r ?. * a brunii noted for Ih. Ir flnr, ?Irlli-ioo? flavor aad ......a...nl Ifir.l.rn. .. lln) a ? n?? al ih. Aaalvrraary Salr prime, Case Doz. cans can .$2.40 $1.25 lie Canned Beets 273 Cintro of (.ariani! Uro?. . Ina l.r. .liliali, l.l.ao.l rrd Jilrawlarrrjr Brri?, .. -|tlrn?i:?l nrll. ir ?ad irr,* ?|?r. lull? prl.-ni. Doz. cans Lfrge can $2.65 23c 5 ~itm a^nom%sene^^m~ F cuT5??_i Yellow Cling Peaches ii.i. . a ini-cin? good anilla! .tSO p?*?-? of lim.? ? ??*?-,.,,rli a - liraail \ rllaaav 4 lina Prarkre la h. Ii? . ?amp to lir iilnr.il on ?.iilr .liiriou Anaalacr. arx Wa-rk at a bla rrdua> tinB. Case 24 cans Doz. cans $9/J0 $4.65 45c Cut Stringless Beans, Boyer's, can, 15c; dozen, $1.75;. case . $3 40 Cut Stringless Bes?is, Wagner's, 3 cans, 50c; dozen, $1 90; case.$3 70 Lima Beans, Curtice Bros.', can, 30c ; dozen cans for.$3.50 An Apricot Bargain A a o t h r r rr?Mirko.)Ir ?olor? i?<? rasent Of Hunt'.?? foin..??? "??rriiril a " l.r?a???l ?Idi. ?..??? Apriroto la rirk ?arop al ?pr.alial 4 ?? o I a. r?or, Sale reduction?. Doz. -cans Large can $5.00 45c Sweet Corn 635 riutea of Hlurhrll, (un. ? ? ? ??unit '-4 ?? 11? m uh ? Nvvet't 7#snK ? ora c*? 20c ^$4.50 i""? .n?.-? of Hoary llrop ??.,, ?. ?? Mniii. Suicnr 4 ora, a unii, flnr nrtlrlr. * i.ola r r?m a unir pilai S- 23c c-$5.30 Del Monte De Luxe Flums 3TS Spasa of extra I-m. . l>rl Montr Dr I na. l'Ir.m. . . I. la h.r.. a ?arop 4ni.liri.mi Salr pal?*? . Large Can, Dozen Cans, 40c $4.75 Peaches, Beverly brand, choice fruit, can 35c; dozen.,.,.$3 85 Peaches, Del Montr Yellow Cling, No 2 can, 38c; dozen .$4 25 Royal Ann?? Cherries, Hunt's Keystone brand ; large can, sale price.48c Gormai***??? ?Salm?Th GORMAN'S SALMON, h lb. Flat Can, Anniversary Price, 15c A ??.I. n.Ii.i urli. Ir at an r\? < ptl..mall, ultra?-! la r prlrr. I'knlra?. ....?no?.? red .laalaa Salmnn, put up for ua '? ? a rrlla'ile raaarr. Chum Salmon, "Express" brand, in till cans, can.19c Pink Salmon, "Lily" brand, tall can.25c Fancy Red Salmon, can, 38c; 3 can* for .$1.10 BAKERY SPECIAL! Fresh Pound Cake, Plain or Raisin, lb. .... . Fresh from our ovens to you. This delicious pound cake is made* from finest quality pur?? materials. You won't find a nicer cake of i is kind anvwhere. Granulated ? U il ? ? s_[." ^I'riTe *&. 1 I 2 C Rolled Oats ftfi lbs. 25c Millbrook y> ?0 eggs 65c Catron of 12 The very best Egg value in Washington to day! Large, meaty, selected April eggs, care fully graded arnj individually packed in cartons of twelve for safety and convenience in carry ing them home. Every egg guaranteed. If You Want Good BUTTER Delicious in flavor and of unquestioned purity, go Old-Dutch-Market-ing for it. We sell only STR?CTLY FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER from absolutely sanitary creameries. Our butter reaches your table as sweet and delicious a? the day it was churned. Holland Belle BUTTER, lb. Our Very Best Derrydale BUTTER, lb. 76c 69c Second only to "Holland Belle" Both these kinds are also put up in HALF POUND PRINTS at 36c and 39c for the i-on venience of thoM who prefer to buy their butter in smaller ?luantitie-. White Corame?], our price, lb.6c Yellow Cornmeal, our price, lb.6c Navy Beans, fancy hand picked, lb.10c California Black-eyed Peas, lb.10c Pearl Hominy, fresh-milled, lb.6c 30c Anniversary Sale Values in Fruits and Vegetables at All Our Markets POTATOES Best (.iialit ? New York State Stock. pk.,69c a 37c ORANGES Qftr DOZEN.^FV/V/ Finest Florida Oranges?thin skinned, sweet and juicy. Exceptional value. 25c APPLES 1-4 Peck . . . ".I??n illuni?'?fancy box apples?delicious either for ialini; or cooking. Onions, "Yellow Globe," lb.8c Grapefruit? juicy, small size. . 4 for 25c NEW CABBAGE Just received from Florida Anniversary Sale ptice. 12 c lb. And d Complete Assortment of Staple and Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables al Old Dutch Market I.on' Prices.