The Washington Post from Washington, District of Columbia on December 23, 1919 · Page 4
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The Washington Post from Washington, District of Columbia · Page 4

Washington, District of Columbia
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Tuesday, December 23, 1919
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WoilJana bureau of the department yeslfrday conducted a round - up In - ovfntown department stores and ar - rpsfed four women on charges at shoiiittlns More than JliOOO worth of BOcgis stolen from stores h the last Treffi was recovered if was Intimated at headquarters last niht that the accused women wei4 from reputable families of Wajhlnffton and Virginia and for Uialj reason their correct names were witjjiheld I Charged to Customers CWe girl was arrested by Policewoman Clark charged with the theft of 5wn and hats from a department stofia In which she was employed Afccordlngr to the police the girl chaf red the articles which she took to thefs - ccounts of credit customers and In Sils manner obtained several hundred doilars vorth of merchandise Afiother girl arrested was found In posjession of several hundred dollars woAh of articles alleged to have been takfen from several stores Made Gifts of Loot Vhen this girls home was searched iheipolice say a number of parcels neatly wrapped andaddressed to juvenile friends werefound The girl hadjaiot retained any of the articles shelis alleged to have stolen for her perjonal use the police assert Because of the girls unselfishness in the disposition of the alleged stolen articles operatives of the police department finally found a person to depslt collateral for her Of all the women arrested during the Christmas rush only three have bee sentenced to pHson The others wTrfined from 5 to 15 and released Tlie stores through the efforts of the shoplifting squad headed by Detective Jacob Berman have recovered raoi than 8000 worth of stolen goo in the last three weeks The annual loss at the hands of shoplifters is eftimated at more than 3000001 OfgBfmmspsEPm B1MM - 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2 - 55jtVrBdarllc sarlic 330 piot Kred v winter 2ar rreagarlici2J6 rNcrA 5 Vredxswfcter VJfei54 j - iTedsarlIef 9X Ess JJif f - i tCOKK Track - vellow Jfd 1 or better l70SCbvxornryeJIowi ChlcagoV VDoLV SZvJIods - H eavyJJTdlSSSmedlamr 1380 3ivv iignt iantuffisvtiigflt light 13251375i heavy-packing sows smooth as201360j - heavy packing sows rough 120 J 1325 pigs J250 1350 - - CATTXiE Beef steers medium and heavy weight Choice and prime 18752000mediun abet voodll00 13757 common 50 - 1EW liight weightif Good arte KOZtOn J choice 1351925comtrion ana Mlddiins - New York3325 Nor - medium 7501350sButcher cat - - tief Heiiers e3japnu cows WJ - 5 1335 cannersandcutters 510 6l8 veal calves - 1525 l0O feeder steers 575125 stocker Steers 6t01025 - i mixed not quoted r No 3 mixed f SIEEP JambB 15251750 culls and common - 1I25 1500 Ewes Medium good and choice 7751000 dulls and common 450 750 U S LINER RUSHES TO New York and Norfolk Receive S O S From the Princess May FAKE TAX COLLECTORS OUT 6 Internal Revenue Bureau dainst Misused Iietter Heads TBe internal revenue bureau yester - dayvvarned the public to watch out for jBke tax collectors One way the fakjtax collector operates is to sell a taxpayer a book with directions to fill it offt and make his returns to a fake income tax bureau Alleged letters of authority sent out by nseudo collectors are printed on lettoSr heads of the income tax bureau in ytashington and bear impressive goldenseals Alafjra Over Small Shoreham Fire Hundreds of people gathered at Fifteenth and H streets norihwest yesflrdaj afternoon when an alarm thatrtthe Shoreham Hotel was ablaze called out all Are equipment In the dowhtown district It developed that an overheated radiator set fire to a window sill on the second floor No other damage was caused New York Dec 22 A wireless S O S message was received Tiere tonight from tbe British stfeamer Princess May owned by the Canadian Pacific Railway saying that she needed immediate assistance She gave her position as latitude 38 15 north and longitude 7SJ50 - west The Princess May is a small steamer of about 1200 tons and was approximately 100 miles east of Delaware bay on a return trip from the West Indies when she sent out the S O S The American steamer Tjenape two days out from Jacksonville for New York picked up the distress signal and notified the local naval communications office that she was 60 miles away from the Princess May It Is assumed the Lerane has erone to her Warns I assistance The coast guard cutter Itasoa which was lying off Fire Island was ordered to proceed to the assistance gf the Princess May Norfolk Va Dec 22 The radio station at Hampton Roads naval base received a wireless S Q - S tonight at 7 oclock from the Princess May saying Want tow out of commission want assistance at once At 737 p m the second message was picked up saying - Am in sinking condition engine room flooded The radio also said that the wireless had been temporarily put out of condition by the flooded engine rooms but that they were senamg with a i COiL Later on In the evening the station intercepted a message between the American stamr Lenape and the Princess May in which the former said Airf 70 miles from yon can get to you by 1 oclock Still later a final message was received from the distressed ves - say No danger now without any further explanation aa to her condition TREATY VOTE BY STXTDEHTB Special Referendum January 18 at George Washington University George WashingtojJjUriiversity students win vote on the peace treaty atad the league of nations - at a special referendum January 13 Separate votes of the students and faculty members will be taken Ratification of the league and treaty with out amendments or reservations opposition to the treaty in any form ratification with the Senate reservations and any compromise will ve voted on Senators Lodge and Hitchcock have been asked to issue statements summarizing their views - 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holster - and shot himself i BetweenDiE Kr BetweenD gg il Grafonola Style E - 2 100 Bffit - - - 1 - 9Hr r r This fine Columbia Grafonola in your home - will make Christmas a real joy Brings to you all the latest sentimental anddance music It is not too late to have this beautiful Grafonola in your home for Christmas A small payment delivers it and you will appreciate Christmas time as you never have before HEAR THESE FINE RECORDS Tell Me Al Jolson Santa Lucia Unknown Riccardo Stracciari baritone solo 78100 10 - in Single disc 00 - Tha Hnd TJiaiHoeked Mr Cradle Rules My Heart Medley Fox Trot Whoa January Medley One - Step Introducing Theyre All Sweeties 6126 10 - in - 836 - v Wonderful Pal George Meader tenor solo 2JB1 10 - in 85c Casey Jones Irving and Jack vKauf man tenor duet Steamboat Bill Irvjrig Kaufman tenor solo 2809 10 - in - 85c fc l - sTrMznfco This Columbia Grafonola Is very neat inap - pearance sweet clarity of tone complete tin every detail finished a mahogany or golden oak flj r Eg 9 y BbBBBSbBBw fl - BbSKSBbbbbbJ1 fi STZPERTONB GRAFONOLA i i Supertpne Grafohoia a veryiapeelal i - - lvalue neat in appearanbes willfe brighten any room wlthits cbmpan - y - ionship and good cheer - JBqynient ipelmers Any Grafpnola To bis cook - For distinguished service before a grilling fire at a close range Embroidered In wooIttJn1 silk la gold anclbeadedby 5 band in multicolors 5 Collarless and with collars sleeveVlong4 and elbow length blouaes ot the highest ype - in Drowns navy taupe bisque Ber Sada red kJngflsher blue flesh and - white 1 sizes at 1205 Beutiif ul CottdABltfuesl Crisp and dainty twenty new models and sizes 36 to 46 at each price r 135 195 279 395 500 Tailored models of Plain and Corded Voiles Dimity B Madras and Soft Finish Batiste ja All white and with collar and cuffs with a trimmings in colors s a Others with Venice and Val lacessome with panels of E embroidery all 6mart new and up - to - date models a Today - Palais RoTalThlfi Floor a b b a a 1 1 i is h ii bb - hb h b b k 33IE SUNDAY POST by MaUL 300 Per Year i n - if - mm r i T - i j i v - i - i - - I i - - r - - - - - - - - - - - - - - i - i i Open Till 9 PH Christmas Eve Dec 24ti GlosedOiristmas pay FANCY RKSH PORE CUTS CHOICE NATIVE STEER BEEF Prime Rib Roast lb 35c Chuck Roast ftlb25c inoked Meats Haius 8 to 10 eadi n ft 32c 4 to e lb j lb 26c sff lb48c - A Great Big Special on Rlcbnrdson RoBblna PLUM PUDDUNG Kdividoai Size Canst 9c 3 forj 25c Extraordinary valcjsl There la o better Flom Pudding made For quality ana riclue of materials fs is andnrpassed ALSO OPfS - POUHfD CANS AT 28c EACH - Our Own Make Jelici6us XMASjFRUrr CAKEi 5 OlJND A real old - fas hioned frnlt cake madefrom tae highest qaalitr materials with xilentfvl allorr - once of trait and nuts TRY OUR PliAUf FOUND CAKE - IJ3 82c Christmas Needs Bottled Cherries 15c 20c 25c 42c and 78c Pore Mincemeat lb 18c 2 pounds Sojc Royal BaklngPowder 12 - oz an - 39c Candied Orange Peel lb 40c Candied Xiemon Peelj ib v - 40c Candied Citron lb L i vSOc sPmnpkin xn 106 - 1 TUREEfS A splendid variety of strictly fresh fancy Christmas Turkeys ranging in weight from 8 to 30 pounds to select from ifi all oufl I rnarKexs - we nave jusi tnesize Dirq you4 want at - tEe lowest possible price tEvery Turkey guaranteed STWCTOY FRESH Youll find no cold storage birds In any Old Dutch Market s Fancy Xmas Poultry Chickens fowls ducks geese guinea keats etc of finest quality From specially selected small corn - fed porkers home dressed direct from our own Government - inspected plant Fresh Hams choice lb32c Fresh Shoulders lb 30c Pork Loins whole lb 34c Pork Roasts Ib35c 42c Pork Chops lb 38c 45c Yon Cfkt nhK Fnll Flavor Traen Vou Bar 7 tint In tbe Shell aad Crack Them Yourself MIXED NUTS 35c lb - 5 3 lbs 100 A iplendld assortment of - walaats almonds pecans j uroziis - ana - Barcelonas rlthAa liberal proportion ot the California Walnuts 45c lb exceptional tfOalitTv a dellsatfnl deUcaey 5 Soft - Shell Almonds 45c lb Straight from the valleys of California where these nuts grow to perfection rrynein n your turkey dressing instead of chestnuts Currants and Raisins Seeded Raisins in bulk at pound 25c Seedless Raisins in bulkat pound22c SnTimaid Raisins seeded plcgi25c JEactjra fancy - cluster TabTeraisins - r pkffV V - sV - iS 1r 3Sc Currants JO - oz package i t 25c N - - lgflHHflflil9HJi4HHMHlW x X - arsc totty nut ot Fanciest Christmas FEITaaiil POTATOE - jwG in - PlefitifMBAWortment ste s - rr - a - iarfr YeekforASc si APPDES ORANGES - - - - - - j - ORANGES - Lccio Jicy sweet oranges two zes specially rced for Tsday andO C C f G C vVednejday dozea r9 UilandfxCJ APPLES Delicious apples fancy No 1 WesterJbax y ojtl Spienbexg - i - if J r CiCfi CoaeW f i - Af aiS KWi CM e r - BS Sf csj4 v - eiHirui afsr - ii - - y - - - itrai - - QaaHtTandjdicconsiderinese are - ttiighty - nnusual value vr - i s Vi VSiS ijt T - - 8fe angenn540cDozen ra aacy 4iun aiunned juieyifraife - - 4t - i AIso - a - fTiIilJinefof Iseasanable f rriit ii it II If Mi tl mvl - frll S - T2 r 3 5SJ -

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