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ACTOR MESON STAGE
AS CURTAIN DESCENDS
PITTIBl'KOH. May i* Th. per
(truict or thy play. "Keep Her .Hmll
<?(" at Ika Pitt The?l?r had ? tiagu
la.al nl?ht, when Frank Kllday.
?1sty yaara old. a raatdant of New
Turk > Uy died on th* etage lu.t a/tar
the curtain had run* down o ntha laat
ait Ha wu ??an to ala???r an the
1 rwrUI* ??> |oi>| dowu kul littta
attrntlon maa paid to him. aa na nad
juat a moment brfora uttered tola laat
aaotenca uf the play in tola uaual voice,
tout when he fall aa the curtain reach
ed the floor Hie inctntoere of (he cooip
III ruahed lo him
lie waa carried to hla dreaalna room
and a phyalclan aummonad He diad
howavar. In a few mlnulea Heart dla
, <*a?e la conaldered tba tauie of death
I None of tha audience ware aware ? of
| the da?th of the aiad actor until ihay
hraid uf it today
HOUSE CLEANING MEANS
SUMMER HEALTH
' pot.
? [he
li on
and i
liigj t
Fverv man or wdman young or o'd.
'ant* to rid the ayatam o t th<>
>olaona atorcd up In the body during
*ia lone winter month*. Nu-Vlm
Tonic ia the moat inudern *prnK
and aununer h.-allh and strength ?iv
iiB tonic for the pala. weak.. nervoua.
and run-down ayatem* Kn<lor?<d hy
diugglatu and u?rra by tlia hundred*
from lakaa to gulf and ocean to
<M.ean Nu-Vini la tlie only vegetable
lion tonic sold, anrt Btreiigtheim every
Irgan of the b"dy t>y making rich red
blood. aid* diguatlsn. innKen aour.
Ca?ay aiomarh* Mlrong. mikea the
idneye und liver healthy by elinii
Bating the pniaon ao eaeentlal to
health. Nu-VIni ia apeedv in re?tor
tng tha ayatem to a laadng healthy
condition. If you feel the need of an
honeat tonic, i-all for N'u Vim and
have no other Road (hie testimonial:
Mm. Sarah Alorrm. 1'6J- t'araon St;,
l'itt?burgh, Pa., tella the public what
Nu-Vlm ha* done for her. So If thoae
who read thia are au/ferlng with kid
ney or liver trouble, or know of any
one, pleaae tell them about Nu-Vlm.
Mr* Morri* aald My health began
lo fail. I went to two different doc
tor* and In gm to get diacouraged
and waa getting- no relief. My kld
ne>i and liver were terribly affected
and gave in- much pain and diatrea*.
Aliio liad pain* in my lung* and
ahoulder*. The demonatrator for Nu
Yim waa at Flemlng'a Market St.
Pharmacy. Pittsburgh, Pa . and he
naked me lo try Nu-vlin. He aa*ured
me I would gel ?peed> relief I did
try it, and the result waa wonderful;
pain* left me; have gained in
atrength, and feel better than I have
for ii long time. I want other* who
Hie Kufferlng a* I lo try Nu-Vlm."
|old^M^jjU^^eo?lej^Drug Store*
Plans for Carrying Out the
Retirement Act.
Johnson-Nolan Act Passe*, affecting 27 thousand Federal Em
ployees in Washington. Full details May 2i)th Weekly of
THE
A Magazine for
Government Workers
EVERY SATI'RDAi?K.OO PEn VEAI1
OFFICIAL NAtiAZI.NK OF THE
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
HKAUttUAHTKHI
14M lark Aieaae K. W. Fraaklla 4IM
Bargains for Thrifty Buyers
At Prices That Defy Competition
Leg Spring Lamb, 25c Lb. ]
V
Lamb Chops 25c lb.
Leg of Veal 2Sclb.
Breast of Veal (bone out) 25clb.
Loin or Rib Veal Chops 40c lb.
Pork Chops, Rib or Loin 35c lb.
Pork Roast 30c lb.
Aty Cuts of Steaks, QQ_ |L
Best Grade of Beef, ~?C ID#
Roast Beef (bone out) 30c lb.
Small Fresh Shoulders 25c lb.
Small Smoked Shoulders 25c lb.
Smoked Ham, fancy 35c lb.
Sugar Cured Bacon, in a piece 35c lb.
Early June Sifted Peas 12c can
Sugar Corn 11c can
BECKER'S MARKET
Phono North 3697 1918 7th St. N. W.
ONLY 25 CENTS A PAIR PROFIT'
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T H C DtA UtA
Style Whgg Struck three-eye let ae.
(joodymm %mk, Cuhmn hetl StyU 6ag6.
Ss me as above except in Coco a tan.
ALL IN WHITE
Wonderful White Shoes
For Memorial Day!
THE model ihown above in Nubuck ia but
one of our many styles in white which you
have to choose from at only $6.00. Alio a
complete aaaortment of the season's moat stunning
styles in ties, brogues and oxfotda in the populat
leathers at $5.00 and $6.00 per pair.
NO STYLE OVER $6.50
T M I
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SHOES
For MEN/WOMEN and JUNIORS
1012 7th St. N. W. 929 Fenw. Ave. N
IA
PASSENGER RATES
EO REMAIN SAME
Hiflher Freight Tariff Will Yield
Necessary Income, Says
Rail Official.
Advance* In passenger far** will
not b? considered by the railroad* of
the country in connection with th*
petition for horiaontal im re??* In
freight rata*, it waa atated today by
Kdward Chamber*. vice preaident of
the Atihiaon. Topham and Santa P>
railroad t'hambara ?a* a wltneaa
befor* the Intemtai* Commerce Com
miasion on behalf of the western lall
road*. In connection with the plea for
higher ratea aggiegating *1,017,000,
000
It waa developed that the fallroada
at a making money on paaenger t raf
fle at thia time?In aome Instance*
more money than I* being made on
freight traffic. Chamber* said com
petition between the railroad*, lo
gothei with the rather profitable aa
pecl of the pa?aenger bualneaa a* a
whole, doea not make It feaaible to i
change exiating fare* to a higher I
point.
Thla morning. I* K. Welling, atatl*-!
tlclan for the weatern railroad*, con- i
aumed two houra In analysing figures
on adjuatmanta and requirements to ?
produce a return of ti per cent on the
property Investment. Hu spoke for
1M6 railroad*, with I:ifc,4l4 milea of
track. The total property invest
ment la |8,9<t3.HH:!,7.VI, of which fC.'IT,
83X000 I* # per cent of the property In
veatmenl.
lie *ald the increase ?n llrat das*
freight necessary to give 0 per cent
la 23.65 per cent: one class two
freight, Ut.O-t ad\ame; while on th*
total the advance mum average -'4.10
per cent
NAVY SEEKS CONTROL
. OF U. S. COAST GUARD
Daniel* Requests Con urea* to Take
It l-'rom Treasury Department.
Bill Is OppoHrd.
Transfer of the Coast Guard ser
vice from the control of the Treasury
Department to the Navy Department,
was urged by Secretary of Jhe Nuvy
Daniel* today before the Houie In
terstate COMHIIKI Committee. The '
Secretary stated that the coast guard
was ? necessary war machine of >.ie
Government, and could be better kept
for such service by the Navy Depart
ment.
Byron R Newton, collector of the
por^ of New York, oppoaed the trans
fer on grounds that the coast guard
was necessary for the custom ser
vice.
DANIELS CLOUDED
ISSUE, SAYS SIMS
Charges Secretary Beat Tom
i om Over Success and Soft
Pedaled Failures.
Rccrrltry Danlela 'endeavor* to
(loan over failure* by urouilnt en
thuaiaem over aucaaaaaa." Hear Ad
niiral hints today told the Henate aub
committee investigating > harges
against the Navy Department
? Hecretary Daniel* la Inclined to
conlutf the laauaa rather than meet
them." Si in pi declared. Admiral Mime
protested he was not advancing a
peisonal attack.
COPS SHOOT 3 STRIKERS;
TOWN IN FEAR OF RIOTS
Bristol, K. I., Abk? Guvrrnor lo Send
State MiUiia at
I Once.
BHISTOI.. It. I., May Officials
of this town thiH afternoon ssked
Governor Bankman to furnish mili
tary protection in fear of reprisal*
for the shooting of three striker*,
during a claali outride the plant of
the National India Kubber Company
today.
One of the victims. said to have
been shot by a Urixtol policeman. #??
reported to be dying The condition
of the other two was unknown to
Chief Thomaa Dwyer.
Kvery train coming into town with
alleged strikebreaker* had been
? toned. All deputy sheriff* of the
county. and police officer* from
Providence were hurried here in auto
mobiles
WOULD KEEP COPS FROM
HAVING BUSINESS OF OWN
A poliftemati must hold himself in
readiness to te*pond to an emergency
call at any time, and baa, therefore
no right to engage in outside work
which may interfere with the proper
performance of his duties, according
to Corporation Counsel F H. Stephenr
and Wade If. Coombf. KUperintendent
of licences for the District. in their
answer to n suit filed by policeman
George | Hellmuth to compel the
District officials to Issue a llcenae
to him to drive an automobile for
hire.
A license had been isued to Hell
muth by mistake upon discovery of
the error, the license was rnok'd
W. H. BUTLER CO.
Mauri?f F. Flynn FXablislied 1815
607-609 C St. N. W.
Enjoy Your Summer by Relieving
Your Mind of Responsibilities
Don't Go Away Without Pro
viding a Safe Place for Your
Securities, Jewelry, Etc.
Hiding Them in a Box or Trunk
Will Not Protect You Nor
Prevent Lot*.
Don't Take Chances?One Loss,
Say $300, in Liberty Bonds
Would Pay the Rent for
a Hundred Years.
Does It Pay to Be Without Pro
tection? Why Not Relieve
Your Mind?
The Munsey Trust Company
Munsey Building:
Pa. Ave., Bet 13th and 14th St* N W
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GETS LEMON JAG, S1NCS
ON STREET; FINED $3
CHICAGO. M?> M. Mwiwl Oleon.
? n tn>plo>e of lk? Moraine Hotel, to
Highland Park. co?c?lvM the Idea of
curing a cold with lemon extract. He
drank quantitlea of the atuff and
? h-i rautlouely te?*o4 ih? ffflracy *'
tne Umirii*! or ,t?rcn.a? ???*
throat Detectlvee from the Chi
cago avenue police etatlon found bim
at Dlvtelon and North Welle etroeta.
where be had been singing for an
hour or ao in the middle of the atreet.
When he laid J?dg* Frank N Ora
u> ab??' I *U W4 U>? c?rr
Judge Oraham decided lit* *i peri
neal would veal a 13 line.
OVERALLS FOR POLICE.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J, May 3fc?
Overall uniform* will ba adopted for
Ike summer traffic cop*. report* Chief
of Folic* Kobeit Miller, who yeatgr
day received the approval of Olrector
c* Public Ha'etv to hi* ?lan. The
i ange I* !? r ?? ?? ?*
th* profiteering tloth manufacturer*,
?aid the chief The material adopted
la the *ame blue material which lg
used by aome of the employe* of tha
Pennsylvania and other railroad*.
Flowers and Wreaths
for" Memorial Day*'
Appropriate
Floral Designs
Shipments
Anywhere
MODERA TE
PRICES
Choicest Fresh
Flowers
WITH the World War
still fresh in mind,
the significance of Memorial
Day will strike deeper than
ever this 3oth of May, and
floral remembrances will be
in greater demand than
usual.
% SHAFFER'S FLORAL
S H R V IC I; provides for
every requirement.
flOrder now for deliveries
for local or out-of-town
points. Prices moderate.
SHAFFER
900 14th Street
Phone Franklin 2362
Phone Main 2416
LIFEGUARDS CANT FLIRT
WITH SIRENS THIS SEASON
ATLANTIC TITT. May 2?? KlliU
lloua llfrguaida will be disciplined
this nmir under r?|ulilloni adopted
by the City Commiilon on motion of
Director of Public swfeiy Cutbbert
Ogling of pretty bather* by tha life
guards will ba atrtctly taboo under tha
? ?w - >*? w - *? , tha fair <jn?m ba
l>?tmilled ti lo th? p*?< to NKl
M UM (ImiM lnkMI M*
i > Mm m-ja'O* ot *ut?r tUe
Girls! Girls!!
Save Your Hair
With Cuticura
?aw mmt ^ m_
?Mfe W JSCsNlMvTJlIhC^ImmI
All the Banks Will
Be Closed From
Saturday Till Tuesday
SUPPLY yourself at either of our
offices with Travelers' Cheques and
you will not be inconvenienced by
the closing of the banks. Your money,*
too, will be safe from loss or theft. Trav
elers' Cheques are acceptable at every
hotel, ticket office or garage and are in
dispensable to the tourist.
Denominations issued,
$10, $20, $50, $100
Starting The
Summer Season
HIRSH'S Big White Shoe Sale
Washington's
Fastest Growing
Shoe House.
A Complete Variety of
Materials and Styles
In White
Every one of the styles includ
ed in this great variety is an up
to-the-minute model. And every
one of the materials is good qual
ity material.
Variety?an abundant variety,
style, quality and price. These
things dominate in this White
Shoe Sale, as they dominate in
all of Hirsh's offerings.
These are the Theo Pumps
and One-eyelet Pumps; New
ports; tongue, One and Two-but
ton Pumps; Brogue Oxfords and
Plain Oxfords?with high and
low heels, turned soles and
Goodyear welts. And they come
in white kidskin, reincloth, nu
buck, Sea Isle canvas and calf
skin.
?The Price Range Is?
$0.45t?$Q.85
9
Any of These Pictured Styles?With
the Many Others in the Store?Can Be
Had in Some Leathers at Any Price
Within This Range.
1026-28 Seventh Street N. W.
Out of the
High-Rent
District.
K and I,

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