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S at ri to Ati t= ~s ts smUaebeu. or-" MR M s o0w4 aso C CutcumFor AD 1aw 30he I i! e: law w d The Tonic To Take In The Spring Many .s-oalled tonics are mgrely stimulant. They fall te iesak or remedy 9e real Muse which makes ro"u run down or Mat of sorts. The safe tonic a food medicine and the greatest body 'buildar is 3iather John's Med loine, waose pure Vood elements are easily taken up by a *eakened and run down system. This old prescrip m5on contains the greatest of food medicines w1oh doctors have pro -elbed for years for their patleuts. It is guaranted free from drugs, al eehol or any other kin4 of stimulanta. At builds g the body, enriches the blood. It Ts a builder and not a tracer. COMB SOUTH. I - EAST -SAVE MONEY THE ST EASTER Values $19.75 Select the Easter Coat offering in'the coat section g $;1.50 coats at $tS5-right sson, too! They are in ti models in both Polo and SP reindeer, Pekin blue, navy an finished; you'll find them marl and $22.50... . .. . ... Beautiful Silk D RESSES Ye. Should Have Two of at the I They are sold about toe they ar~e fIn finest taffetas and browp; full size range; tomop from'the new complete lines, TRIMME H A TS,at . -The Cleverest Hats you .aTmiost endless array of dain even five dollars is tomofroi several hundred extremely sam sive one-of-a-style creations f mer wear' in a great variety ol Coats, at.S........O For tomorrw we wIA have let et Coats fer the lIittl ones, j-s right far the childe.'. a goed hlmewaig mril a ver tatis.............. 'USAPRIISAI AJDEYL FOL(S Restatsat K.ltifs o That Day WIS . to Inuranoe Fund. Washington theatergoers are Ised a real treat ait Keith's Theater 0n April 8. whiob is the d#te set for the aual national testimonial of- the National Vaudeville Artists' entertainment in this City. An elabqrate* entertainment of fua. me y, fe4lery. and other elements be offered as a special induoe raftt to the people of Washington t turn oqt in large numbers ani kive the National -Vaudevile Artivts a bumper sum as the quota from this eity. Vaudeville theaters aU oves the oduntry will turn tver .to tae organlsatida the entire reoeipts of the matinee performance on that day. The wonderful improvement in the quality of . amusement offered in vaudeville is said to be due, to a large extent to the efforts of thin organisation. In previous years va riety was considered a,sort of a lark to be indulged in by a star when no other form of engagement was of fered, and then only under cover of semi secrecy. Today vaudeville Is the ac knowledged amusement of every class, nationality and creed, and its ebtemnors are of the best that. th has to offer. This great change for the belter has been brought about through the influence that the National Vaudeville Artists have exerted themselves in eliminatipg the discord between the por a the people associated with him in a business way. In recogii tion of the important part that the organization has played in the eleva tion of the vaudeville business, the vaudeville managers have set aside one day each year when the proceeds from the matinee performance 'will be turned over to the artists. Theproceeds will go toward estab lishing andmaintaining a permanent insurance fund for each- member of the organisation. This testimonial Is not in any sense an appeal for chatlty, ad patrons of the peformance are as sured full value for the money spent in admission to the entertainment. - Killed in Legal Duel. MONTEVIDEO. Uruguay,- March 22. -Arhe first fatal duel since the recent adoption of the law legalizing disel ing occurred here when Captains Melo and 9omesa, of the Uruguayan army. fought with pistols. Captain Melo was shot through the heart. . 8200,000 Fire in Sidney. 8IObNXT, Ohio, March 22.-Fire of u11&nown origin 'festerday destroyed the Thompson block, entaning a loss of 8200,000. LSH NEV COAT A' mmd $2250 tomorroyI! The day's ive-youi the $19.75. and at the beginning, of the ie new and smart belted ort Coats; colors include I rust; finely tailored ana These Chaninhg Drsse. Wee n at A22.50 and $i5.oo; satinst bue, black, taupe, aw's sale gives you choice' at only $15! . D$*5 'd see anywhere, and in ty new effects. And an r's price for choice from' rt Easter Hatsalil exclu or spring- and early sum-y new 1921 effects. .$7 9 Boys'$16 .$ 18.75 Sui .. ..l.a (,.. omsalabI~ At*t you ehe 2 to 6 years- and Steel Fibti ing 'wean mu wool and easel browns ad gra md $798s o ats. can buy a $16.71 'U daes, th howme TWO ,elarl New Orleas qan Lives TwMno tpix Hours Wits Orgaw NUW-.OHLNANU, Mareh U. elang at a local heital decided 0o farajh i ecomplete record for the medical journals of the case of ae Joelse, afty, who 4di aturday aftor living twenty-six hour& with hsLheaWt espesed to the ese of hospital sir ile working in a local Coffee grindifg plant Friday, Joelsel's left sleeve was caught lp a machine. His arm was mangled and a piece of flesh the sie of his head was town fro the broapt, leIvink his heart o:1 pos , the rdIlrectly over that or gan aIs being torn away. The fact that the injured man lived twenty-six hours after the accidient id said by physicians observing the case to be onp of the most remarkable ever recorded. FISKESATAKON DANR SAilS NAY War Sretary "Unworthy" of Trust .and a "Falsifier," Says Retired Admiral. High naial ciroles wet'e 6uszinig with excitement today over the Ian guage used by Rear Admiral Bradley 4. Fiske, retired, in expressinr his opinion 'of the manner in which Jo sephus Daniels conducted the Navy during the war. Admiral Fiske ex pressed himself with unprecedented force in writing an 'introduction to Lieut. Tracy Barrett Kittredge's "Naval -Assons of the Great War," wifich has been privately distrubted to heads of departments. Admiral Fiske bluntly caNs the former Secretary of the Navy "un worthy" and flatly charges him with falsifying. The book Is dedicated to Admiral William S. Sims, and is gen erally looked upon in naval circles as Sims' expIanatiop of his long and bitter controversy irfth Daniel.. "This book." wrots Admiral Fiske. "shows that the principal naval les son of the war is the menace. to the national honor and safety that was involved in committing the manage ment of thp navy to unworthy hands. "The Secretary of the Navy should be V man of the hfhqet order of abil. ity, knowledge and foresight. This bqok shows that Secretary Daniels was so far below the standard that the Navy ,might have been caught wholly unprepared6 when we entered the war, and woul have been Inef fective during the war if certain Navy officers had not sacrIficed or WE ARE OPENING FURNITURE. CHARGE CODUNTS V$ r15 A 0 1 d 75 and Hav 2 air Pats) ' o rmthe famoua Dubbielbilt Suits, in a great variety of' mere effects; fancy mixtures, ys; somes of the suits have two and all pants are ful lined, and seat. 7 to 17yeYes Iable Re t i I Pastoer's Life Paf Quits GUNEVA., ~ 33-A eaeof a an' h cs to beat ter fourd A~er tfdW'ig ork resprtedwhere~j a. tor Ol Roy. ofuden beeher r in a ed dead,' dolya The Rev. Baudenbaehar Atty years old, suffering fro I trouble of iong atanding, fell F"seleesFriday. His physielan sued a death gerti Seat. arrangements re made for the funeral a Xkterd4y's news ,pepers publisW -eulwegzof hi.U pastor awoke afteft ten surprised to Gad his bedlOp hI with lowers, wreaths and -lsegaso. late relations and frieads. No bald weakly. "My call- has nt yet oeme." The funeral has been postsfned iq definitey, as the doctor said. Mr. Baudenrcher pay live many rears. Nhc. Gewge's KYA'FIVJLLE, Md., March 2. Peace oonce more reigns over Prince George's county. ' Controverdy over the correct spelting of the name 'f the county has been definitely sepled. With out blood'i~ed. The fina word was spoken by Daniel B. Lloyd. of Llendala; -Mar ion Duckett, of Bladeasburg; and C. C. Magruder, Jr., of Glendale: all prominent citisens, who, after ex tensive delving among dusty rec ords, arose -and proclaimed fn cborus, "Spell it 'apostrophe..' " Their opinidn is based on the action of the legjIature which met in Annapolis in 1115 and passed in act which defines the boundaries of t ecounty and States that it "shall denominated: called and known -by the name of Prince George's county." - endanger~d their positIo* b putting through impostaht measu without his knowledge. '"The Secretay of the Navy should be a man of the highest character. This book shown that Secretary Dan is. both In writing over his'official signature and In oral official testi !zqny before Congressional commit t& made many .tatem.nts about ie portant naval matters, with his cog nisance, that were absolytely false." SOCIYMAN SLMN BYAYENEnS'E" Brothers of Wronged Gi Took Graves for Another and . 4 Fired In Dark .BUW ALO, March ee A . . Graves. society maR and Tge gradu ate, was shot to death Thurslay mid night by two men beat on avenging a wrong done their sister. -This is the latest statement of the ppllce in charge o( the investigation into young Graves' murder, and has substanUation in the voluntary state ment of Alexander Meyer. a friend of Graves and the son of a former postmeaer. The police aloe are aware of the nymes of the brothers and "the wo. man In the case," while a oIty-wide search is going on under peresnal di rection of the Chief of Police'or the men and the woman. AAcording to the story told by Meyer this ?fternoou, he kept his automobile. 1d a Caro just three doors from where 'Graves' oar was kept. It was his custom to use a nearby driveway getting from the garage to his home in.North street, just nine doors from the Graves home. Evidently the avengers, standing in the shadows along the drive which Graves used, waited for Meyer, who is abopt the same size and $uild of the murdered man, and who is, Incident ally, a friend of Graves. Graves ap peared, the pistols of the brothers cracked. two bullets struck Graves, he fell and the men who shot him lbd. The men who held thme pistols aide weeks ago listened to a confession of their younger sister that had to do with Meyer, he says. He is a nien of considerable prominence and l~.s moved in the best society. The broth ers sudceeded In getting idi touch with him, but he refused to see the sister again. The brothers 'declared they would kill him unless he took steps to right the wrong. Meyer didn't take them seriously. Finally another tal& was had with, the young man and the brothers are said to have'set a time limit on theIr demands. This time limit expired Wednesday evening, the night before Graves was shot. 4 PAY FAI WATER RATE Immediate enactment of legislation to requIre the District and Federal governments to pay a fair charge for water they now receiye free will be urged by the Public Utilities Group of the City Club at a meeting &t 8 o'clock tonight, at the telubhouse. Francis R. Weller, chairman of the group, who has made a special study of the situation, will report on prgg ross so far made. Equitable adjustment .of street car f~rea, fair rates of retara to public utilities, and aliied questions will be discussed. -,MA, AA.R~ (E. Why ast "'0. wt @uns play spl8er;s -by 'w* bb thiaewthan ursees? t md raas for M= %Jferoafi-Mblef WMOUis -By . P"td* g gpmm Does the taan who )wows the mostmaak the most? Have we any business ethics? J* Pat se feeed b his friends, is ' . cnto Jrdw oft hi VeIwnw MD how w6ill l =~ inm Can teob * nnienfi=1t the achin?\ Can Jicob sil play tM gae-and keep the girl he Iwss? Isftpuaraefer APXM my Month in a pctsri A An KSekesi Tacker Cmn the elass-barrirs evr levewled? Js ' there ncoa m "I 'b Cnetthis - P&at be sel d and horried 1 and impa tiene et the~cl~ih On thes bI. wa thinran k~mguif~u~" Basnotemcb.Ifhalto tat ingod"for the cr hlf of th to sm ad kw? % & NB&AMrs Ar A"an Tree Tae. Of mete.nsnmn ay Aw mrmnt A Young Man Greater Than His Frtme aB. C. Per. The Weler of Hfate y U. S. Seater MaE MOeCnmek The Childrea offeWhirtwind Why Don't I Go to (urck Dv wa hea A Tangent Into Glead . A.A Be* At the Gates of Dehi f -v ayc... Ba.s -and 12 oiker Big Neatures '. )rn Nzazrs.Ar Arza TF you are easily satisfied Ileek-out for a better magai this month or any other. of the world's great writers; the world's real leaderip; if (world's great thinkers; don't : '-starting today7 with April-. = APRIL e I3SUE - FED) RAL / . Phke Maa 7 .04~ The Golden Witch 6f .]R ifster q toe the witch," growled HaNAu but Peggie's hand, a huge eload of xn ke b dp and enveloped tbm. Do we hav magi in the twgntieth can tryP six yesrs a girl on a dert isle has been shipping gold from the Souh. Sers.. Yet expwta, cmbing the idan4/ hoe never com on a grain of preciom metal. Where doen it come from? How& it mede2 Cm egie Feedick sti, gmrd her agic set af Boliter Mand? Jksa glows iterd Mint Imtereing and Insrisee ~. MahWeM-8ps emst for Aprl -if y00 are not alwayB. On thle inie--youwion't want Hearst;s BUT if you want the woks if you want f2e words of roi want the toughts-of the !ai to make sure each month of your egl1aropy of, t.'.s OUT *psdtMa Minsion JS NEWS CO. beters for D. C. 622 D St. N.W.