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Ice Creui Freezers.
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dluALL J Phone M. 9981.
lisaMds, Witches, Jewelry
Sooth Ead of Highway Bridge
art at I3tk atml mm*
OuuylnBla irciie far M?tk
ead mt Rlgkw j Bridge. Far* ft?
Here's a very
?to get your summer suit at a
very low price?in fact, lower
than you would have to pay
for a ready-made.
I am making this offer solely
to keep my incompatible force
of tailors busy during the sum
Those of you who have
bought Witkowski suits in the
past appreciate their excellence
of cut and finish. You will rea
lize that this is indeed an op
portunity to save money on your
originally sold up
Palm Beaches, Mohair,
*27 so Up
1421 Peua. Ave. N. W.
New Service Arm to Leave
For Coast Some Tirpe
Before August I.
Movement of the new Pacific fleet
from the Atlantic coast will be be
gun by August 1. Secretary of the
Navy Daniel* said yesterday.
The fleet practically will be formed
before Jt starts through the canal, bat
will be joined by a few ships on the
Secretary Daniels may accompany
the fleet. He will visit the Pacific
coast. In August, and hopes to be able
to sail with the wsrships.
Vessels that will make up the fleet
are not yet known. Daniels said, witk
the exception of the battleship Idaho,
Tnis ship, after taking President Pen
so*. of Brazil, home early In July,
will return via the Panama Canal. It
b* expected to reach the Pacific coast
ahead of the rest of the fleet.
Exodns of Baltimore Ramans.
The Department of Labor has re
ceived estimates from Baltimore
that half the Russian population of
that city, which is about 5.000, In
tend to return to their own coun
tries as soon as possible.
Maybe Hell Fiffct Now.
New Tork. June X?It's awful to
be called a liar by frtendi. foes and
relative* constantly, so Gporge F.
Liar had blx name changed to Lear.
What's Your Husband Doing?
Are Your Eyes Weak?
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BERMAN OPTICAL CO.
Hi Seventh Street Northwest
IIf 70a wast Rood dmtlBtry. r*B?
te oa. Satisfaction or pay.
largest nad bent equipped of
trca aouth of New York.
P.rrelaia .nd Gold lmlaya a
C.ll for Fre? El??l?.tl.a
III aura : XiSO A. M. t. b P. M. Sbk
<?'/, 10 A. H. ?? 1 P. M.
403 9th SL N. #.
Over Straod Theater.
Open to 10 P. Af. Saturday
? HAT STORE
825 7th N. W.
Men*8 2'Piece Summer- Weight
That SaU Regularly at $1.50 aad $2.00 Per Gament
Price for a Few Days, J 1 .15
Per Garment ... I
Tki? talc pretests aa unusual opportunity far yoa to tecve
cool, comfortable, summer-weight uaderjarments AT A DECIDED
JAS. Y. DAVIS' SON, Inc.
12th and Penna. Ave.
Oppadte tka Raleifk
"Good. Morning, Judge"
Human Interest Stories of Police Court
Happenings and Other News of the Courts.
By RUDOLPH PERKINS.
She WuM H?r W?rtJ.
Pleas falling to persuade her hus
band to stop shooting craps, Bernlce
Collier decided to make him atop.
She hid a pair of dice that her.
husband. "Shorty" Collier, ar?uee
"Shorty" wouldn't dare flirt with
strange dice, and he was vary mucl)
peeved when he stuck his hand In
his pocket and dlsoovered the loss.
He asked Bernlce to surrender the
bones. She replied that she would
rather have a bone broken than to
tell him where the dice were.
Not much given to argument,
"Shorty" slammed her on the law,
and Jarred several teeth loose.
According to his wife's story In
court. "Shorty's" Idea of Paradise
Is a pair of dice and a crowd of un
lucky crap shooters.
"Shorty" admitted that craps Is his
favorite sport. Indoors or Out.
When his wife hid his favorite dloe,
he argued, she committed an unpar
He promised the oourt to stop
(ambling for a while, and ho was
placed on probation, the oourt sus
pending a thirty-day sentence.
Lsoklsi far Bsgl list Bar Chewed.
Judge Hardlson. in polloe oourt yes
terday morning, refused to convict
Bessie French, colored, for biting on
a piece of the left ear of Samuel
Baylor, also colored, with whom she
The woman testified that Baylor at
tacked her. and the only way she
could stop his onslaught was to blto
his ear. Baylor argued that the wom
an bit htm because he refused to buy
her Ice cream. He thought he was
going to be hugged, he said, when
the girl threw her arms around him
and put her teeth In his ear.
Geta IS Rnra far C?sl?w?t
For refusing to answer a question
by Judge Hardlson. James Gordon,
colored, was sentenced to bo locked
up for 12 hours for contempt of court.
Gordon charged Robert King, also
colored, with stabbing him In the
throat. When the court asked him
why he was stabbed, he refused to
answer. King, through Attorney Royal
I A. Hughes, admitted they had an
argument over a team of horses.
Replies to Wife's Dlvaree Action.
Ruben Stansbury. an employe of
the Bureau of Engraving and
Printing, dented Bessie V. Stans
bury's cruelty and desertion yes
terday in his answer to her peti
tion for divorce.
The husband declares that when
he reproved her for her poor house
keeping. she cursed him. On June
5 last, he states, when he returned
from work, he found his home
stripped of everything, being greet
ed only by bar? walls.
Lean to Duet at
Special Rata to AB Oar Boy*
611 12th ST. N.W.
I Lsdy SD< sent Instructor*. Studio dasigDSd it
ol N. T. Ttit Whsal D?
<3 st off St P. Opsa BosdsjL
| Special ll?e ]H"it. II I ??*.
Franklin 5756 ?
Wife Is Wealthier. He Says.
Vincent S. Marcelllno. a barber
employed In the Raleigh HoteK
answered Catherine Marcelllno's
petition for a limited divorce yes
terday denying her charges of
cruelty and negloct.
Mrs. Marcelllno. her husband de
clares, Is a yeoman (F) and makes
more money than he does, and con
sequently is better able to take
care of herself, he being In poor
health and his money going to pay
doctor bills. Harry Grant is the
Internal Revenue Hn Cssvlftsl.
Alphonso P. Payne, of Clarendon. ]
Va.. employed In the income tax di-1
vision of the Internal Revenue Bu- :
reau. was convicted yesterday morn
ing on a charge of driving his auto- |
mobile while Intoxicated and also on |
a charge of bringing liquor into the
Pavnf was arrested Thursday even
ing after Policemen Crisman and |
Moore had noticed his machine rig- |
Tagging across the Acueduct Brldge^ ,
Police found a quart and a half-pint |
of rye in Payne's machine. ,
His explanation to Judge Hardlson j
was that he had left his home in
Clarendon to take a life Insurance |
policy to a man In Baltimore. The
rourt found him guilty on both
Charges and flned him on each j
Oat Again. In Ajpnln. W Inkry.
Robert Wlnkey, colored, who had
lust been released from Jail where
he had been sent for selling liquor,
was again arrested and sent back
for the same offense yesterday.
1 The man stayed In Jail so long,
he argued, that he got in debt and
sold whisky to pay his creditors.
Sergt. w. E. Holmes and Pre- j
cinct Detectives Sullivan and Hans
?y WANT TO DANCK ?
I YOU CAN I.BARIC ?
Prof. Cain, AJS?ica'a loremoat During Mas
I tar eta tasch you in a few lissom. if yoa can
bs'tsMht Teaching eictotieiy st the
RIGHTWAY SCHOOL OF DAHCINO.
1 1318 New Ytrk Ave.
VUlt the Riftatway Brat-the only up-to-daU
Academy tooth of New Tort Prirata
> any hoar. ?c. Pitt *itit naad not bar*
I appointment. Phoot fttnk. TBi.
of Palm Beach
NATIONAL CLOTHING CO.
523 Seventh Stmt 1C? W.
Is necessary la (hit hat weather
fonae ta os and get It. We Give
Tou perfect satisfaction at the
mast reasonable prices In Wash
ington. Why go elsewhere when
Von can't do ns well aa with nsf
THE GIBSON CO. INC.
?17 G Street 1*. W.
The Store Your Physician ReetB
borough arretted Wlnkey on upper
Fourteenth street northwest after
he had sold a half pint of whisky
for |l. He admitted having sold II
half pints at this price, and had
the proceeds of these sales in his
Judge McMahon fined him WM
and sentenced him to serve .six
months and sji additional six
months in default of the >600.
Nkuta WmM Be Sfcoats.
Leroy C. Schantz. sn ex-doughboy,
asked the District Supreme Court
yesterday to change his name to
Leroy C. Shorits. As his name now
stands. Schants states, people often
confuse it with Schwartz and
Schults to his embarrassment.
Cited la Alimony AetfM.
William J. Baker, defendant in a
suit for limited divorce filed by Mra
Katie M. Baker, was cited by Jus
tice Jennings Bailey yesterday to
show cause next Friday why he
should not allow ills wife temporary
alimony pending the settlement or
the divorce suit.
Wife Falls to Get Dime*.
Justice Jennings Bailey, in Equity
Court, yesterday dismissed the peti
tion of Mrs. Jennie Brlnskl for a
limited divorce from Jacob Brlnskl,
holding that the wife failed to prove
the charges made against her hus
Mrs. Brlnskl charged her huffeand
with cruelty, accusing him of forcing
her to sleep on the floor and other
wise maltreating her.
No Bolshevists la 1%ls Baach.
Forty soldiers, some of them with
a leg or an arm gone, all from near
by camps and hospitals, were mad?
American citizens yesterday In Justice
The court asked each if he was in
clined to Bolshevism, anarchy or
other dangerous doctrines. Every one
said "No." so it could be heard. All
I were opposed to Bolshevism, a terra
! they seemed to understand better
1 than the term, anarchism.
Criminal Conrt Sentences.
I Only one person was sent to prison
yesterday by Justice Siddons, In Crim
inal Court No. 1. All other offenders
Marshall Lyles, colored, was sen
tenced to four years' imprisonment
for stealing a purse, containing $12.
from Cornelius Sullivan on December
Brady Kane, former employe of the
Washington Railway and Electric
Company, the striker who turned
state's evidence after the wrecking
of a street car on March 27, 1917, was
sentenced to one year in Jail and
placed on probation. The eleven other
men whose arrest and trial grew out
of the same offense were acquitted.
Eureka D. Penn. who. it was charged,
on December 10 last forged a check
for 1150 and parsed it In a Seventh
street department store, was sentenc
ed to three years and placed on pro
John W. Scott, convicted of steal
ing a pound of lead from the Dis
trict. was sentenced to serve two
years and placed on probation.
Lafayette M. Russell, who was
charged with stealing automobile tires
and inner tubes from the United States
government on August 31 last, was
sentenced to serve two years and
placed on probation.
"Irish Qneen" n Paranoiac.
The third visit of Mrs. Elizabeth
C. Prall. self-styled "Irish Queen,"
to Criminal Court No. 2 for a hear
ing on her sanity, ended yesterday
in the woman being sent back to St.
Elizabeth's Asylum as a paranoiac.
Twice a Jury has pronounced her
to be of sound mind. After listening
to her tale of persecution, the Jury
yesterday decided she was suffering
from paranoia, and recommended
The woman's case has attracted
considerable attention because of her
many visits to the court regarding
her alleged ownership of a certain
part of the estate of the Gordon Ho
Hnsbnndn Plead Poverty.
Two husbands, cited by the court
to sftow cause why their wives
should not be allowed temporary
alimony, yesterday, pleaded inabll
XS?1 5tor* Quality Count*
You Ought to See
KUPPENHElMER CLOTHES ?Und
built with m wipwiwity of workmanship i
are tin beat
. SAVINGS THAT ARE WORTH WHILE
$40 AND $45 VALUES
Clothes made like KUPPENHEIMERS give the very best kind of service. Our
assortment of these wonderful clothes covers a generous variety of tastes.
1013 PENNA- AVE- N-W
The Kuppenheimer House of Wathington |
ity to comply with the court order. .
be an invalid, told the court that !
David N. Moxley, who claims to j
his poor health does not allow hiin 1
to work regularly to provide for j
Mrs. Nellie C. Moxley. The hysban*l
was brought back from Phoenix.
Ariz., on a non-fupport warrant. |
The change from Phoenix to Wash
ington. he states, has impaired hi* '
health all the more, and he is less
able than heretofore to support his j
Harry E. Walls, formerly a den- j
tilt, but now a navy yard worker. !
told the court that payments on an
insurance policy, income tax. hous?* ,
rent and other living expenses ren
der him unable to pay Mrs. Martha ,
I. Walls temporary alimony.
RUSSIANS BUY HUGE
BILL OF GOODS HERE
Fifteen million dollars worth ot
clothes and textiles was bought from
the War Department today by a com
mittee of Russians.
The committee is not allied with sny
Russian faction, but "represents Rus
Members of the committee signed
the contract and assumed obligation
for themselves and the societies they
represent to pay for the goods.
COLLEGE OF MUSIC
GRADUATES 17 PUPILS
Seventeen pupils of the Washington
College of Music received diplomas
and certificates of graduation last
night at the annual commencement
M. E. Christian^ president of the
college, presented the diplomas and
certificates. Those receiving them
The PUjhooae of Distinction"
M__F Street at Twelfth
H LAST SHOWINGS TODAY
"FTLi. OF PF,P"
!? "The Lion'* Den"
OPElf UNTIL I O'CLOCK TONIGHT
Actual Weight Is All Your Burden to
Carry in a Tennille Summer Suit
LAUGH AT THE HEAT
5,000 of Them
To Take Your Choice From
Priestley's Silk Mohairs, Silk
Poplins, Air-Pore Cloth, Kool
Cloth, and Palm Beaches
A Generous and Genuine Saving Every One.
Our Special Summer Suits . $12.50
$25 Silk Pongee Suits ... $14.50
$40 Summer Wool Suits . $32.50
Palm Beach Pants $3.50
A 911 G St N. W. -??'
John K. Hayes. Store M*r.. For 25
Tnn with Parker*Bridget
John C. Taylor. Salra Mgr.. For IT
Yeara with Park?r-Brld*et
were: Leland B. Parker, teacher's
diploma lor the piano; Clare ?
Young, voice; Mary-Kate Bower*,
voice; Eetella W. Thomas. violin;
Irxna A. Dix. Lois C Goddard. Nel
lie Z. Brauer. Clara L.. Younp, Oer
trude E. Dyre. Claudia R. Gall. Mar
lon R. Spencer. Emilie B. Bishop.
Nellie E Noel. Alice D. Taylor. Helen
E. Binjrman and Regina E. Vande
veer. piano diplomas, and Rena
The Nation'* Moat Beautiful Playhoaae.
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