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#. Kann mn&G. era ST:AND ZEN ' AVE. IMPORTANT SALE 300 Sem i=Made SKIRTS In the Silk Store Street Floor at Very Special Prices An unusual offer of these popular Summer Skirts made in the very latest fashions and fabrics. Flaring models with patch pockets and pearl buttons. Sew up the one seam left open to fit the skirt to your figure and you have in every way a man-tailored skirt of the very finest materials, at a very special price. Sizes from 24 to 32 in. and all lengths. White Washable Washable Chinese White Washable Corduroy Skirts Shantung Pongee Corduroy Skirts Skirts $2.95 $3.75 $4.75 For $4.00 Values For $8.00 Values These are in the For $7.50 Values A summer skirt fash popular nar-row Eng- B o t h p l a i n and toned on next fall's th wale. Choice of pleated effects in three st e of wide wale, three models. all with very new models. Kind nollow-cut corduroy. patch pocke s and that will launder per- with new style pock pearl buttons. fectly ets ent has dispatched sixteen American ar shp s to Domirican waters and there IT W1I~i ~ willi soon be a force of 3.000 American ma rines on the island If Arias is deter mmned to precipitate a conflict the United States, which : backing the customs sur plus, will not he found unprepared. President Flees. Former President Jiminez. a hn ree;gned and fed from the capital after hearint Adninistration Shortly Will a ant r Have 3,000 Marines on Hand fhn a-hington a'ti ~ returns the D~omiinican repub-I to Prevent Raid on Do- e and ta'ties to the nted states In addition to the :m ri 'an marines flrady in gn r-ings. the f rib regi The preparedness of the administration henr .f marinas ithe Dominian, rpb meet emergency in foretgn lands Is-7 H. Pendletin. sel San thg ia we1ll~ustrated, according to ce-tatn of- line , for New Orleans, ahre til dil here, by the powerful American hoirtned b the nihth ,rs-tan tr and marine forces which have been i cavil tlon the Ame ma rne a a threatend rail m-h in , Dmg th r rg hn the Dominican customs mo.rntr. b tofd r,"n I.' then oen. an f,, eenor Arias and his hand of adventursa sin d followers. Arias. with a jodognard bh a *20 or 30, is concealed somewhere in the T district of San Domingo City. To hold him in check the Navy Depart FRIENDS NOTICED U Hitchcock Not Thoroughly Acceptable. THE CHANGE IN but Choice Would Placate THE HANG INProgressives. Chares 'ns tughes' fr.-, ti tasv HER CONDITION ah a (ettpag a o-dnar- ondtiosthivar osit R oubdt g Washington Lady Found Ben- t.h;nk. iho led hie in efits by Using the New si epta',e to those laders who aceeptcd Hughes only when they icould not put 1*'(across another candidate. Medicine. Hitchcock. however would he acceptahle to Prog ressive part' leaders. andhs -- elevation to the chairmanship of the na Tour friends are the frst ones to tinna: committee would be in the nature t motice a change :r your condition. f firther peace offerings to that faction whether it s letter or worse Suchs. Hi-hoc, throughout the pre-convention Irs. A L Kellar, of 3314 Eighth street campain, aas believed to have been I rtheast. soon fe ;nd re, she '-sa trongly ied to the Colonel as a sc I have suffered for years from nd emotes. The Od Guard leaders hoa ptomach trouble and constipation. ever, sll seek to have Chairman Hiller poor appetite and sluggish lver I retained. ait.tcu h middle-of-the-road bad a spell of grippe that pulled me men in the party believe this would be (own very much, and I was looking an inneessary affront to the only half gretty thin I have now taken two nipenlant Progressives bottles of Dreco. and my friends all The name of George w. kersiim, Iremark on how I have improved AmAttornei General under President Taft gain:rg mn fesh and strength daily My : mentioned as a compromise in this con appete Is trne and dizestion as well as neslion. ever. Am free front constipation and my iver acts we! In fact. all m old trou- Auto Breaks Boy's Rib. ~les aharleeven andughee'lfthat I sta-k tell ever-- one of t'e splendid -es i l Four-year-old Jesse Flax. 'lR Tenth obtained from taking Dreco." street northwest, while playing at Tenth Dreco 's sold by alt the (oienmeell and R streets northwest last evening drug Store.- Bury's in Anacostio. and was struck by n automobile and ouf ;Allen's in Alexandria.-Adv tered a fractured rib. The unidenttned ______________________operator of the machine drove the lioy to Garfield Hospital. where he was treat trea-ed and later went home. The poics are evtin to ate che owner of the a Hit6h.16ckA T O r IA strdeonNDlyo ifndto thaCned a asc Coc ttlain9ed U. altorg mideoftera n - - -e m th -at eiv thi woldb anogter~ funnTeesaL affdn toteo0 haf reenteat rogesieof The$name o luGor e s ofkshm eautfll bouninsea gan lmpme binis can blesarere'ieve an ee ft t I hlf-on iAutoras BysRb tell very ne o tu sanid su y Fou-xarol J2 ess Flta. 11 et Dreo sld y al heAR T'DOnnel and R see n eura evening, perato of the macheine dove thbo 00dams News feot HNsintandwhr he as. N.eat Pug.E. J Es-ines and6- Fote enth St.e.Th W olic A are Ne s Dt rN o. 2, 20l o urte enth S th. N. W; G~Crde 's 1404 RS ForrenhS.N . Wnaes aNw Stade3 -am - - -.. -. - ... "SUFF" ENVOYS READY TO MOVE Plan Invasion of St. Louis Con. vention to Fight for Equal Rights Plank. Miss Lucy Burns, vice chairman of th Congressional Union; Miss Katharin Rolston Fisher. Mrs. Henela Hill Weed Miss Edith Goode and Mrs. W. Thompso Burch returned to Washington yesterda from Chicago, where they participated it the national convention which launche the Woman's Party. Other Washington delegates at Chicag will go to the Democratie convention i St. Louis this week, and will there hol< a hearing before the Democrats, urgin them to secure the passage of the Fed eral suffrage amendment at this session Miss Alice Paul, chairman of the Cor gressional Union, accompanied by Mrs Robert Baker, Miss Doris Stevens, Mrs John Jay White, Miss Mabel Vernot Miss Anne Martin and Miss Maud Young er will be among those who will atten the convention of the Democrats. Miss Burns made the following state men t: "The plank in the Republican platforn declaring for woman suffrage was th first suffrage plank ever adopted by on, of the dominant parties and indicate a tremendous national pressure behind the suffrage movement. The Progressivi plank espouses woman suffrage both b: the State and the Federal method. Plank Worded Cautiously. "The Republican plank is more cau tiously worded: but it is clearly devise< so as to leave it open to the Republicani to support either State or national suf frage if they wish to do so. "Republicans are not anxious. at thi, ime, to take any stand which will spee< .p Democratic action in favor of woman suffrage before this session ends. If the: declared for national woman suffrag, they would leave the Democrats nothing !o do, with 4.000,000 woman voters in the national field, but to pass the nationa suffrage amendment this session. 'Such a record would give the Demo rrats an enormous lead over the Repub lans in the twelve suffrage States, bu still the Republicans have it entirely in their power. if they should control the next Congress. to seize upon the suffrage ssue. and make themselves the party o enfranchisement for women." AUTO HITS BOY WHO DIES LATER Car Was Driven by Cousin o Ambassador Naon, of Argentina. 'The m1r 'ar of Abel V Ezeyza. 17 1:i'.ach a 't . enue northwest. ran n hri Leroy shepherd, a fou olsr d held. ;t the corner o Tn, iteth tid 1. streets northwast earl a tham of rliss Ruetta Wright Tu.ntie t street northwest. the ch:l< S dei t. Em rterganer Hospital in it I zeza-s car. here he iled of a fritured skill and internal ujurirs j sa than half an hor I wr m in 1 : 1 pane sith his mother Nett r Shepherd. who lives at 133 Nin ., n n'' northwest, and was riding t- ,c dow1n , street at the time T '" a t 'mol I wa'.n s going south o Tn'ntoth str "I It is said the child rat o'r the u ,rb int. th path of the car \ith itr Ezs'sa. at the time was hi: r:. Sarah FEzza. wh. Is the :aughtr-r o <I. Eduardo Raybaud. mil itar attache if th!e Argentine Embassy Mrs Eze'za was overcome by the acci dont and ne arlk collapsed as the chili wa- rushel to the hospital with hig grief-sir kin mother. 3Mr Ezeyza. who is a cousin of Am hassador Romulo Naon. of Argentina went to the Third precinct and made a personal report of the accident. He re mained there until lacer released by orde "if the coroner. An inqutest will be hel< bv Coroner Nevitt at 3 oclock this aft ern oon. COLONEL'S ATTITUDE WORRYING DEMOCRAT! 'ONTINtED PRO'i PAGE ONE. ers and delegates and visitors, glanc a little way Into the future, and ar. really appalled at the prospect of un broken placidity. They have beei getting off into corners and trying ti start an argument, hoping that I might lead to something worth whil in the way of a battle, but they find themselves presently agreeing tha Wilson and Marshall must be nomit nated, and that the Colonel has playe them a cat's trick. and they go arrr in arm for a nip of something at th bar. Where the Republicans ardently de sired peace, the Democrats crav trouble-not a fight that would tea things wide open-a fight led by Mt Bryan. say-but the appearance o controversy over something vital They don't intend to let Mr. Bryat through the rotpes, because he migh not box according to the rules whichi this year. are framed against biting trouging and the surreptitious use o brass knuckles. The men who ar, running the convention are givini Bryan bench room among the work ng correspondents, that's all--and hi will have a difficult time in startini enything even If he so desired. ilttle Too Much Amity. What the leaders and delegates arn praying for is a sharp, stiff issue te truse--something that will produce o1 of readable speeches-and thereb: nake for most desirable publicity l'he outlook is poor. If the Democrati< onvention possessed a press agen hat loved his art, be would he hunt ng for another job. Toby Hamiltot vould shake his head over the situa ion, for there is mighty little pub icity meat in sweet amity. Nationa ~ommitteeman Marsh, of Iowa, pu' he case this afternoon: "What wi teed," he said. "is a rip-snorting <nock-down fight, followed by all tround handshaking." At first glance there would seem t< >e small likelIhood of Mr. Marsh get ing his wish, but you never can tel tbout a Democratic convention, ever vhen Bryan's hands are tied, ILook ng about wistfully, the Democrati ibserve a collection of candidates fot lice President who might at a pincd tart something in the nature of a usa, The program is to renominati rice President Marshall, but there art everal persons who want the honor dissouri has a candidate in Gov. Ma or. Nebraska offers Gov. Morehead toger Sullivan insists that he is noi oking in putting up his name, and |enator Owen. of Oklahoma. would noi efume * uominaaa GROUTI SEE hEWEIEB. Violate Tomb of One* Noted Beauty in Their Search. Paris. June 11.-Seeking a marvelous emerald necklace and other jewels worth $100,000. ghouls yesterday violated for the second time the tomb of Ginette Lan telme, the famous beauty and wife of the late Alfred Edwards, who was drowned in 1910 while traveling in a houseboat on the Rhine. Although the oak lid of the leaden shell was ripped off, the robbers left empty-handed, the jewels having been re moved from the Pere Lachaise Cemetery at the end of 1911 after the first atteript to rob the gem-adorned remains of Mme. Lantelme. U. S. CITIZENS AREMENACED Mexican Situation Soon May Reach the Critical Stage. Outbreaks Feared. Mexican affairs are expected to take a critical turn about the time the Demo - cratic national convention assembles at St. Louis to renominate President Wil son and indorse his policies. Omcial reports from all parts of the Mexican republic indicate a rapidly spreading flame of anti-American feel ing. The Carransa government, which advices to the State Department indi cate is nearer than ever to the brink of n complete collapse, is either powerless to suppress the demonstrations that are taking place, or is making no effort to suppress them. Five different factions are at present operating independently of the de facto government, all of which, apparently are taking advantage of the presence of American troops on Mexican soil to undermine Carranza. Although both the State and War De partments were without any fresh ad %ices yesterday it was feared that at any moment news would be received of an attack on American citizens some where in Mexico. The State Department has been advised that a Paclfic Coast mail steamer is due today at Acapulco on the west coast to take off the American refugees there, and arrangements ha-c been made for the vessel to perform a similar service at Salina Cruz No re port has been received concerning the Americans still at Chihuahua. I is now expected that Secretary Lan ring a reply to the Carranza demand for a withdrawal of the American forces wil be despatched to Mexico City within the next few days. Mail Service Extended. Delivery of mail from the Washing ton Postoffnce has been extended to Friendship Heights, Somerset and Drum mond, Md. suburbs lying just a-ross the District line, along the Rockville Pike. Mall for the residents of this section which has heretofore been addressed to Bethesda. Mid.. and delivered by rural carrier from that office. Is now de livered from the Chevy Chase station of the Washington office. Fire Does Damage of $850. Fue in a stable of the Columbia Bricx Company at 33" Cedar street, Takoma Park. last night did $-5) damage to the tuilding and 510 to feed and harness stored in it The fire occurred in the early evening and most of Takoma Park itizens turned out to see the blaze It was some few minutes after the fire ap paratus arrived before the flames were under control. ALL OF CLOSED HERE FOOD: LARG 5 POT) 1-4 P. .ar -r Prime Native Beef Sirloin Steak, lb .. 28c Round Steak, lb ..26e Chuck Steak, lb ..20c Hamburg Steak, lb. . .16c Fresh Plate, lb. 12%,c Beef Liver, lb. .. . . ..1c Spring Lamb Loin Chops, lb... .. ..30c Shoulder Chops, lb.. .22c BREAD Hot Morn and Noon frodl odr own ovens, 3 Loaves, 10c FRESH CR DELLFIELD BRAND. Lb. .. * 7 at 10th G IRLS of the various High Schools, this is the final sale of Graduation Dresses. Your choice of the dantiest White Net Dresses, White Taffeta Dresses. Soft Voiles-a wonder ful collection and at very moderate prices. $15.00 $16.50 $19.50 $25.00 White Tub Skirts for Preparedness Day. $1.95 to $5.00 Light-weight Summer Suits. Checks and Plain Colors, $10.00 All-Silk Suits. Black or Narv Taffeta, Reduced to $19.50 Silk Jersey Sweaters, all shades-White. Rose, Gold, Kelly, Purple and Combinations. Special, $12.50 a h wear a d com- th; - t oh SHOOTS HERSELF W~HEN an rry nd om. ph He f- r.nd the womar. ta.-. . e ,. Mr Ka-fman began dlv'>rte proceed ns. HUSBAND WINS DIVORCE = = = ==t a -if- *e'ea n crtb- aS. Hpa.er .- d t.) h.... ex aa~g the het. hat a d1moree rrevieue. obtalred t"" t ---- -- a-:fe frer fors'mer h-shard as r a Woman Writes Note Asking that She The Pouth ha. r. e r . xt:_.' m ar Be Buned in Wedding nale he h wer- r-a a: . -a G ne Gown.rente Ne York June 1-Foowin a decision PREPARE FOR n the Supreme Court yesterday erntPnE a dvce to se&t . Kaufman-acPREPARnEESS PAR AlE, tu:-er of Pafety razor-. fr m 'h'S wife Ir.- Angela C Kaufnar M r. Kaufma.n ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14th ret .rned to her home at t W-est Seventy aecond -treet. care'u:y laid out upon her There %I]: he t-o:,ands in line and a. bed her wedding d-ee- w rote a r.te direet- who mar- should fertify their fee h ng that ahe be burled in and ytn- sraking A:en P Foot-Ease the aratisepur d.w n beside the ean n. presa d a revolv r oace:. : , t'e:r anoes It removes arnd a Fainst her brea-st arnd rled the Ir.iger r revents 'r - ore:ese. smart:og ar. ach The bu et glanced off a r:" and came that enme mw th Er-m days and a e-!"r So! her body agamn o.f' ti e a pain " It takes the iction from the shOe an' t t r.t Per:nu. wound F..rg.f: e he- rests the feet I ver 100AW package Inte !t:on to ki:1 : the w ureded are bemrg used by the treep. In t.e wa w-.man draaged herself to a t ep- and zor For ac-: aches. sprink:e Aier. caled y, a Dr Stepher.sr .-' .t Wee Feot-Ease :r i. Foot-Bath and Pea.k ar^ FItfieth st-et. her !ari: y-s n-r rub the feet Sol. by Lrug st.s and I. Doctor. Is. shot myself and am dymng partnt-is Stores everwh ere. |ce gt LRKETS WILL BE )AY (FLAG) JUNE 14 F BIG SAVINGS IN AND TOMORROW GRANULATED Pride of Columbia SUGAR, FLOUR, Lb. . . . LB 2 Kellogg's Krumbles, 3 pkgs ........... 25c Hershey's Cocoa, small can. 7C Takhoma Biscuits, 3 pkgs ............1 OC QUAKER CORN CAM PBELLS' FLAKES, BEANS 2Pkgs., 9c 3 CANS, 25c Veribest Evaporated Milk, small can.-..-. -4C KaoSyrup, 2 lb. can................8C Peanut Butter,16....................10OC Fancy Japan Rice, lb.................-7C J E UNMATCHABLE IN PRICE J lirA(AND QUALITY HOLEAHlAN BELLE, Ii.. r ,..34'C~ Extra FanyQuahy 35c LLOYD GEORGE FOR HOME RULE Proposals to Irish Party Meet ing Include Imperial Con ference at Close of War. By the Sun News Service. London, June 11.-The proposal.s made by Mr. Lloyd George to the Irish party meeting, which may he regarded as the proposals of the government, Include provision for an imperial conference. which shall include representatives from all the dominions, to meet immediately after the war to consider the government of the empire. including Ireland. The official report of the meeting gives Mr. Lloyd George's proposals as follows First-The immediate operation of home rule. Second-The introduction immediately of an amending bill as a war emergency act. Third-During the war the Irish mem bers are to remain at Westminster ana the six Ulster counties are left under their imperial government. Fourth-Immediately after the war an imperial conference of representatives from all the dominions. will consider the government of the empire. including Ireland. Fifth-Immediately afterward- and dur ing the war emergency interval the permanent settlement of all the great outstanding problems shall be proceeded with. The meeting protested against the continuance of martial law in Ireland. and demanded that prisoners undergoing servitude in connection with the rising he treated as war prisoners. It also ex pressed dissatisfaction with the personnel and conduct of the inquiry into the Irish situation LIONESS AT SHOW LEAPS ON TRAINER Mme. d'Orcy Regains Feet as Women Scream, and Drives Beasts Into Cages. New York lune 1: - 'hile an audienwr if soveral hundred persone watcned Mme Georgia d'Orc. put a dGzen performing lions through paces at the Bostock animal arena in Lura Park. Coney Island, last night, I-ma, a lioness, after snaring de fia:t of cmmands. sprang upon Mime. d'ore., bore her to the floor of the cage and sank her teeth In the trainers left arm While womtie n the audien shrieked attendants fired blank art ridges at the tonesa and prodded her with bare, Mrile d-Orcy. after a few sceonds' struggle. retained her feet and slashed the roaring lioness with her whip Attendants opened tne exit trap door in the rear of the cage and the trainer fought th animals back to the runway leading to their cages Irma. the last to he backed into her cage still snarled at her mistress. who. though suffer:ng from sho k. maintainen her omposure. Ste -pasred ' r auhen with a few words and withdrew Tihe act was r:t contlmned Dr. P I Nash. of 52+ Nept..t aa n .e Coney I ar.! treated Mme I fry for seteral deep wounds en the left arm just belts the Sira Shhas ! e r. an animal trtarer twen tv ,ars .nd ha.; be'n with Lt Postock show ftr twelve OUR M/ WEDNESI ISA LIST O SFOR TODA) ENEW NTOES ine Value1-Pk " Price. " . STRICTLY EGGS,C Dozen 2 . Milk-Fed Veal Rib Chops, lb.. .. ..22c Loin Chops, lb.. .. ..24c Cutlets, lb.. .. .. .. ..28c Breast, lb.. .. . .. . . .16c Pure Open Kettle Rendered LARD, 15c Lb. .... EAMERY BI 3I DERRYDA 3C BRAxn Ln