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First entries in tie oeeing ehi re's pa.get were made at a mae. or mothers in the auditorium 1f W ward and Lothrop's thin morm ing, when the parents gathered to hear of the pleas. Aa4 who the Meeting had come to lose 20? babies had been eatered the irst being Ella Adelaide MacKensie, five years old. She won frst prise in the recent baby show at Poll's In the 4-5 class. Beginning with what she called the "greatest pageant the National Capi tal has ever dreamed et.," Miss Ina C. 'Emery, in charge outlined the pigns. She stated that 1.000 children from the eges of kindergarten to that of high school will participate. The event, scheduled to take place September in the stadium of the now Central High School. will cost from 9,000 to *3,000. The parents were assured that tho beat dancing teachers sad physical culture experts would be hired for the drilling. Rehearsals will take plac. throughout the entire summer. Miss Emery said the pageant had the sup port of the National Congress of Mothers and the Federation of CitI sens Association, as well as the Com munity Centers. To eater your baby, get in touch with Miss Emery at 5315 Connecticut avenue northwest, or call her at Cleveland S6, Another mass meeting will be held at Elizabeth V. Brown School. Chevy Chase, tomnrrow. Parents are invited to attend. A small entrance fee of $1 will he charged as a means of financing the scheme. The pageant will be picturesque, Miss Emery said. There will be cupids. flower girls, fairies, and a guard of high school cadets. Two of the attractive scenes will be a flower garden, and a fairy land. Competent Judges to decide the eligibility of the children will be ap pointed soon, and if you want your child to participate. make your entry aa soon as possible, as the number will be restricted to 1,009. 500 ORAN CILlDREN GUESTS AT POLI SHOW Walter Reed Convalescents Also Esjoy Film Program and Auto Ride. Convalescent veterans of the world war at Walter Reed Hospital and more than 500 children from six in stitutions in the District of Columbia are guests of Poli's Theater this aft ernoon at a performance of "Keep to the Right." The Walter Reed boys were brought to the theater in automobiles and the children marched part of the way. The institutions which accepted the invitation to have their little charges view this film, which In a strong plea for "Americanization" and has a spe cial appeal to youngsters through its numerous scenes in which juvenile actors are prominent. werd Washing ton Home for Foundlings, St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Industrial School for White Children. Industrial School for Colored Children, Jewish Foster Home, Children's Temporary Home and German Orphan Asylum. COMM RS PROTEST FARE ON W. B. A. LINE Violation of Law Charged in Com plaint Lodged With Commerce Commispion. A further protest against the fares charged by the Washington, Balti more and Annapolis Railway was led with the Interstate Commerce Commission today by the W. B. A. Commuters' Club, through John R. Riggles. chairman. The protest calls attention to an al leged violation of the interstate laws by the Washington. Baltimore and Annapolis and the Washington Rail way and Electric Company, in that the fares between Baltimore and Washington are advertised by them as midcity terminals. It is claimed that the commutation books issued by the Washington, Bal timore and Annapolis Railway are good to the District line only, and the commission is asked to remedy this situation. AGED MAN FOUND DEAD SITTING BY GRAVESTONE Robert L. Law, Seventy, Succumbed to Heart Disease, Police Believe. Found dead sitting next to a grave stone in a monument yard s,,TPhird and C streets southwest, Robert L. Law, aged seventy, was removed to his home, 115 Third street southwest, early yesterday morning. Edward Frame, colored, I11 Third street southwest, discovered the body. Pending' the arrival of a nephew from Atlanta. Ga., funeral arrangements have not been arranged. The coroner gave a certifleate of death from natural causes. The aged man was afflicted with heart disease. ICE SHlORTAGE IN D. C. IS AVERTED, SAYS FOWLER Increased Production Assures Ample Supply This Summer, Canvass Shows. Ice is plentiful in Washington and the danger of a shortage this summer is practically passed, according to Dr. Willinm C. Fowler, District health of ficer, who has just finished a canvass of the various ice manufacturing plants. Production of ice in Washington has increased by 365 tons a day, Dr. Fower said. The investigation, made under the direction of Dr. R. R. Ash worth, chief of the food inspection service, also showed Washington has storage facilitIes for more than 80,000 tons of ice. Several months ago most of these storage houses were filled to capacity. EXCURSION TO BEACH. An excursion to Chesapeake Beach will be given tomnrrnw under th' Joint auspices of Goodwill Council, No. 15. Daughters of America: An. drew eouancil, Ne. 6 and ter-Npsh ged manner Couancii. No. A, Junior Order of U'nited American Mechankte. POILY AN(D HIt PALS ..tV.gi. i lll Tryig 0AMA& -M b .w r n b u# ,MAK6A '91* /' Ii j bt 0' d . aaS M ag Tgwy , As'b;e, A4 out aa.easease Lrk, h!S 3m Afa 77 JERRY ON THE JOB V. 6. r... . Youth with an Idea A- -a m a urAajL,,s. - .-0 p~~~rm -K caawa ma-eo T -~ *~ V ~ t. I W - - W_--. E AME SAwlE FOIL. (NI. ABIE THE AGENT lag"tS .a.aMt em. 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