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WILL CELEBRATE >
CAPITOL HEIGHTS', Md., July 1? *
Arrangements for the annual town *
carnival for the benefit of the municipality
to open Saturday and continue
through Tuesday are complete. c
On the celebration Monday a parad* 3
participated in by town officials. 8
fraternal orders. churches and a
others will be a feature. Chares F. 3
Lambert will be maishal.
A flag, which saw service on a S
battleship in the world war will b3 J
presented to tfie town by school J
children. George Finger, president J
of the Civic League, will accept the
flag on behalf of the town, in the J
absence of Mayor Gabriel, who 1? *
recovering from an operation in a
Washington hospital. Athletic *
events, a baseball game and other ^
features will include the program.
Miss Elizabeth Lindsay
Marries Morris B. Mount t
CHARLOTTESVILLE. VI., July 1. J
?A social event of the season wss ^
the wedding last evening of Miss ^
Elisabeth Fairlax Lindsay, daughter ,
of Mr. and Mrs. James Hubert Lind- '
say. this clt. and Morris Blake f
Mount, Lynchburg, Va. The cere- j
mony occurred in the University j
Chapel, the officiating clergyman be^ j
ing the Rev. Dr. George L. Petrief j
pastor of the Presbyterian Chu^eh.
Mrs M. B. Faville. Roanoke, was t
matron of honor, and the best man j
was Martin Baker, Knoxville, Tenn.
The maid of honor was Miss Annie
Lipscomb, this city, and the brides- ,
maids Misses Eleanor Williams. ]
Richmond; Barbara and Mary Mount. ,
Lynchburg, sisters of the groom; (
Mary Saunders. Roanoke; Catheryu
Banks. Mifflintownt Pa., and Mar- :
tha McCue, this city./ t
After the ceremony a reception j
was held. Mrs. Lindsay was assist- :
ed in serving by Mrs. Charles G.
Maphis. of the University; Mrs. W. i
R. Morton. Mrs. Watson and Mrs.
John Staige Davis. There was dancing
Mr and Mrs. Mount left on ?n
overland bi idaJ tour by automobile
to Seneca Falls, N. Y.. the former
I home of the groom's parents, and
| thence to points in various parts of I
Hyattsville Sees Growth
In New Business Blocks
HYATTSVILLE. Md.. July 1. ? A
building of concrete block now being
completed by former Mayor William
P. Magruder on the east side of
Maryland avenue will be occupied by
an automobile accessories store and
perhaps also a drug store. By full
Mr. Magruder plans to tear down al!
buildings fronting on Maryland and
Johnson avenues as far as the post- j
office on Maryland avenue and the I
.Prime Georges Dank on Johnson!
avenue and to replace them with a 1
two-story modern brick building 1
The first story will be given over to
i stores, with offices on the second. The '
! bank wiP occupy the space at tho |
I corner rt Johnson and Maryland
J avenue.*1. A. E. Burgess' newspaper
j and cigar store will be located next
j to tht? bank on Johnson avenue.
Hanging for Stopfer;
Life Term for His Pal
CUMBERLAND. Md.. July 1.?
| James Stopter was sentenc^i to hang i
1 and Tony Gradiscen to life impris- I
lonment at Marlinton. W. Va.. for
[participating in a b??id-up of a *wm- i
jer camp nef. Marllnfon. when l'im- i
! 'rmen. who hid just revised 'heir
pay. were r d of *3.500. ai d s
Russian laborer, who refused to
hand over his money, was kiiled by |
Gradiseen was captured In thk
, city with $1,500 of the loot. A third
'robber. Josepn K>buck. is still at
terge Stopter confessed and l?..pllI
cated Klobuck. Stopter attempted
| suicide In 1 is cell by shallowing
broken glass from a bottl* and tain
condition is reported as serious.
Silver Spring Benefit
Carnival Begins Today
SILVER SPRING. Md.. July 1.?
! The sixth annual carnival for the
I benefit of the volunteer fire department
will begin here tomorrow af|
ternoon to continue through July 9.
; The opening feature will be a base:
ball game between the Bethesda and
Silver Spring teams of the Montgomery
County League, and each
evening there will be dancing and
It is estimated that during the
' last year the company saved not
j less than 5200.000 of property in and
i near Silver Spring.
Recent Rains Save Crops
In Prince Georges County
HYATTSVILLE. Md.. July 1.?
Heavy rains of the past few days
have saved farmers of Prince
Georges County thousands of dollars,
helping corn and other products
to a marked extent, and probably
saving about one-third of the
earlv potato crop.
Truckers declare that the recent
drought has been the worst this
county has experienced in forty
years. Wells had even dried up in
Miss Gladys Schoals Weds.
FREDERICKSBURG. Va.. July 1 ?
Miss Gladys C. Schoals. niece of the
Rev. A. J. Arthur, became the bride
of Dr. Christodulo Constantine, of
Baltimore, at the home, of the Rev.
Mr. Arthur. In King and Queen
County. Dr. and Mrs. Constantine
left for Baltimore, whence they
sailed for their new home in Jacksonville,
For babies tortured by
j teething or stomach
rash, eczema, etc., there is
immediate relief ia a jar of
Resinol Ointment. No
smarting or stinging when
applied. Gives just the
cooling touch to produce
comfort and sleep. Sold la
two rfaes tj lO dnss*U.
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i STATE I
French Withdraws, Leaving
Field to Patrick
THE HERALD BT'REAC.
A. S. Doniphan.
727 King Street.
ALEXANDRIA. V*.. Julv 1. ?
George S. French who several
weeks ago announced his candidacy
for the office of city tax collector
subject to the Democratic primary
on August 2, today withdrew from
This leaves only one candidate for
the office, Patrick F. Gorman, tht
incumbent. Mr Gorman has been
serving as deputy collector of taxes
for several years past, and succeeded
his father, the late P. F.
Gorman, as collector.
Announcement was made today by
Mayor J. M. Duncan that city licenses
of merchants are now overdue.
Many merchants have failed
to pay the tax. and the mayor requests
that they do so.
The mayor also announces that all
persons who have not yet taken
out city automobile licenses should
io so at once. These licenses also i
Pupils in the piano class of Sherman
B. Fowler last night gave a
recital at Mr. Fowler's residence.
316 South Washington street.
Frank P. Wilson, field secretary j
for the Christian Union, who wil>
ipeak In a number of churches and
Sunday schools here Sunday, arrived
today. He will also speak
tomorrow evening at the lawn social,
which will be given from 7
till 10 o'clock at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Swan, North
The flrst ceremonial session of the
, Drder of Red Deer, this city, will i
be held the night of July 15 in the
r :>ld Elks' Hall, at Prince and Royal
streets, when it is expected that be:ween
forty and fifty candidates will
, receive the degree of the order.
George A. Kaus and W. H. P.
' Kelly, past exalted rulers of Alexandria
Lodge of Elks, will leave tomorrow
for Los Angeles. Cal.. to
attend the national convention of
Arrangements have been completed
by Fitzgerald Council, No.
159, Knights of Columbus, for its
' annual excursion next Thursday to
I Marshall Hall.
STRANDED IN SPAIN
WHEN SHIP SAILS
FREDERICKSBURG. Va.. July 1.
| Ernest T. Rice, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Rice, of the Northern Neck
[ 3f Virginia, who is in the United
states merchant marine service, was
eft stranded in Spain several
. igo when his ship sailed without
' lim. H#> was on a visit to the interior,
and on his return found his
I ship had sailed. His application to
I :he Spanish government for a pass(port
was refused, as his credentials
aere carried away by the ship.
Efforts will be made to secure *
passport t'nrouerh the United State.Embassador
Will Meet in Rockville
ROCKVILLE. M<1.. July 1.?A
meeting of the Republican County
!*entral Committee will h.- held here
next Tuesday afternoon, the call
.laving been sent out today by Taul
One of the principal matters to
some up is the holding of a county
convention or conference for the seI
lection of candidates.
Among those being talked of for
various nominations are Paul Sleman.
Willis B. Burdette. Thomas I
Fulks. Alfred C. Warthen, Charles
F. Kirk. Charles T Johnson. James
M. Mount. Windsor W. Hodges.
William E. Brown. Frank L. Hewitt,
T. Cranmer Griffith. Wilson L.
Townsend. C. W. Clum, Charles R.
? Rowdybush. J. William Garrett, E.
BwriCi Crawford, Frederick MPage
Society Holds Banquet
FREDERICKSBURG. Va.. July 1
?A meeting of the F*rdericksburg
Medical Society was held at the
Princess Anne Hotel this evening.
En elaborate program was carri^i
>ut. including a banquet and read
ng of medical papers by Dr. T. A.
Williams. Washington and Dr. Garlett
Nelson, of Richmond.
Funeral of Mrs. Humes.
UPPER MARLBORO, Md , July 1.
?Funeral services for Mrs. Adeline
2. Humes. 77 years old, widow of
Dr. Mareen B. Humes. Ions a prominent
physician. Democratic politician
and Mason of Prince Georges
bounty. who died Thursday after a
ong Illness, will fee held tomorrow
norning at 11:30 at Trlnty Protistant
Episcopal Church here, the
3ev. F. E. McManus. rector, officiating.
Burial will be In the Eplsjopal
cemetery. Mrs Humes was
t laughter of the late Thomas
nagett. of "Weston." the historic
riagett homestead in the lower secion
of the county.
Police Seek Speed Maniac.
DANVILLE. Va.. July 1.?The poVe
are looking for an unidentified
*r driver who last night crashed
,?to another car. upetting it. inuring
four persons, demolishing a
arm wasron and later driving up
-he Ringgold road at such a gait
hat Theo Harris took to a ditch
a avoid collision. H. Goodman. In
he early crash, sustained a broken
Two-HeadeA Calf Dies.
LTNCHBVRO, Va., July 1. The
^*o-h?aded calf belonging to Oscar
irooks. which attracted several
thousand people to his home in
-oraln street, is dead.. The freak
.ppeared to be lively and active unII
a few hours before it died ye?erday
morning. An effort Is to be
nade to have the carcass of the ani
Women's Suit Compromised.
FREDERICKSBURG. Va .July 1 ?
n the Circuit Court of Stafford
ounty In suit of Lottie Parker vs.
Slisabeth Smith, to recover fS50
he attorneys reached a compromise
rhile the case waa being tried, and
: waa dismissed.
PHILADELPHIA. July ??
aultry?Fowls, fancy, fat, 34aJ5c;
edium, 31a33c; spring chickens,
r6ilers. good quality, weighing 2
> 2H lbs apiece. 52a54c; weighing
to 1V6 lbs apiece, 38a45c; hpring
Sickens, Leghorns, weighing 1% and
lbs apiece. 25a37c; do, smaller sites,
0a34c. Ducks, white Peking, 10a
Dc; do, mixed colors, 17allc.
igeons, per pair, old, 45a50c; young,
Butter ? Fresh, solid packed
reamery, fancy, high scoring goods,
7Via39V4c; the. latter for Jobbing
ales; extra. 36%c; $xtra firsts. 34H
35He; firsts. 31a34c; seconds., 27a
0c; thirds, 24a26c; sweet creamery,
hoice to fancy, 38a39Hc; fair to
food, 31 Vja374c; ladlle packed, as
0 quality. 23a25c; packing stock,
8a23c. Fancy brands of prints were
obbing at 47a49c; choice. 39a40c.
Kgga?Nearby extra firsts. 31 He;
to, first, 31c; Western extra firsts.
lVfcc; do. firsts. 30a31c; do. seconds.
5aS0c; Inferior lots lower, fancy,
arefuly selected candled egg" were
obing at 41*42c and fair to good at
BALTIMORE, July 1. ? Wheat ?
Receipts, 55.898 bus by car and 12, 40
bus by boat; shipments from
levators, 153.852; stock in elevators.
100.472 bus. Sample lots of nearby
That sold at 80c. Carlot sales: No.
! red winter, garlicky, spot, $1.25Vfc;
*o. 2 red winter. spot7 $1.47; No. 2
ed winter, deliverable July 5,
1 47H: July, first half. $l.2?. Closng
prices: No. 2 red winter, spot,
ll.46\; No. 2 red, garlicky, spot,
11.24; July. I1.23V4.
\Corn?Receipts. 24.734 bus by car;
ihipments from elevators. 124.585
bus; stock in elevators, 787.006 bus.
A cargo of No. 2 white corn sold at
70c. Carlot sales included No. 2
fellow, Mount Clare elevator, 73Vfcc;
contract spot. 70c. Track yellow
L-orn. domestic, closed at 73Vic; cob
&t $3.70a3.75 bbl; contract spot. 71c.
Oats ? Receipt^ nil; shipments
from elevators. 3.730 bus; stock in
elevators, 17f.765 bus. Market closed
at 4EHc for No.. 2 and 45c for No.
Rye?Receipts. 49.527 bus; stock
in elevators. 144.892 bus; shipments
from elevators. 3.000 bus. No. 2
Western .spot. $1,361%.
Hay?Receipts, ?2 tons. Standard
timothy. $22a22.50; No. 2 timothy,
$21a21.50; No. 3 timothy. $14al8; No.
1 light clover mixed. $19.50a20- No.
2 light clover mixed. $15al8; No. 1
clover mixed. $18al9; No. 2 clover
mixed. f-14al7; No. 3 clover mixed,
$11al3; No. 1 clover. $15al6; No. 2
clover. $12al3: No 3 clover. $l0a
11.50: sample hiy. $10al4.
Straw?Receipts. 22 tons. No. 1
tangled ryf. $17; No 2 tangled rye.
$16: No. 1 wheat. $14a$14 50; No* 2
wheat. $13a 13.50; No. l oat (nominal).
Millfeed?Citv Mills winter bran,
per ton. in 100-lh sacks. $29; Patapsco
millfeed. per ton in 100-lb sacks.
$27; white middlings, per ton. in 801b
cotton sacks. $38; same in 100lb
jute sacks. $36. These quotations
are jobbing prices.
Five Storekeepers Pay
Fines in Police Court
Five storekeeper* forfeited a total
of $27 Thursday morning; In Police
Court by their failure to appear
and nnswer chargrs of violating the
Ernest Efantis and Oeorre Vathos.
charged with storing vegetables
tn a stable in Jackson Hall
alley, forfeited $10 and $S. respectively.
Shea Mensh. of 905 Ninth
Street northwest, and Antonio T,as7aro,
of 1023 It street northeast
proprietors of confectionery stores,
forfeited $5 each for failure to
sterilize their drinking glasses
properly. Emma Eagan. who conducts
a near-beer saloon at 822 H
street northeast, forfeited $2 on a
W ape Board Compromise
City Workers' Pay Cut
An increased allowance which will
mfan a decrease of only 7H per
rent in the pay of city employea
was provided Thursday by the wag*
board in order to make up to th*
employes the loss of the annual
$240 bonus ordered withdrawn by
Congress. Nearly 2.000 employes,
representing over forty different
classes of laborers and mechanics
are affected by the loss of the
Commissioner Charles W. Kutz
said Thursday night that some of
the employes will be dropped in
order to keep the former pay of the
employes near the old rate.
Assails Irish Who Rap
De Valera's Peace Plans
Assailing1 Irish extremists who
are criticising Eamonn de Valera
and other officials of the Irish republic
for their peace negotiations,
Andrew I. Hlckey. prominent Washint.?n
lawyer, addressing the Abraham
Lincoln Council of the American
Association for the Recognition
of the Irish Republic. Thursday
night ur*ed members to wait developments
before voicing objections.
11 e NCarn>l Club entertained th?
I "The D.
ifl Unlike But
';! When thinking of E
fields of clover and the
cup* bloom and daisies
hundreds of pure-bred i
!j |j land, supplying- the iw
!,!; delight?ELK GROVE I
of the I
jjij; Elk Grove Batter Is
OF DELAYIN RELIEF
OF EX-SERVICE MEN
Secretary Mellon Tells of
.Plans to Utilize Soldiers'
Net only Congress, but the executive
branch of the government,
Is proving extremely dilatory In
meeting the deminds of proper care
and relief of former service 'men,
according to officials of tha American
With the Sweet bill to create a
veterans' bureau still awaiting action
by Senator Smoot's subcommittee.
it became known Thursday
|that Secretary of the Treasury Mellon
has not yet begun construction
of the new hospitals for which
the last Congress appropriated
The appropriation was made
available March 3 last, but In the
four months that have elapsed on:y
twelve projects, costing $6.100,000,
lave been approved, and the funds
allotted. Secretary Mellon is being
advised on the expenditure of this
appropriation by a commrttee consisting
of Dr. William C. White, of
Pittsburgh, chairman; Dr. Krank
Billings, of Chicago; Dr. John (j
bowman, of Pittsburgh, and Dr.
Oeorge H. Kirby, of New York.
Approves Five rrojeeta.
Mr. Mellon announced Thursday
ills approval of the allotment ot
13,100,000 to the boaru of managers
of the national homes for disabled
volunteer soldiers to be expendeu
in the development and expansion
of five existing soldiers' homes into
hospitals for the treatment or
world war veterans. The approves
Milwaukee (Wisconsin) Soldiers'
Home?Erection of hospital for 500.
Dayton (Ohio) Soldiers' HomeErection
of new hospital for !50
Leavenworth (Kansas) Soldierr
Home-Sew hospital for ^Ou tuberculosis
Battle Mountain Sanatorium. Hot
Springs, s. DaU.?New hospital for
tuO tuberculosis patients.
Marion National Sanatorium, Marion.
Ind.?Additional building for
fifty neuro-psychiatric patients who
ar^va'S2 sufering from tubeiculosis.
The Secretary said these projects
would be completed by January 1
next. Previously he has approved
The I18.M0.000 appropriated will
provide about 8.800 addi.jonal beds,
a number far short of requirement!,
as was demonstrated in Congress
when the fund was voted.
thf so!rti2in*Jhe decisio" to utlllxe
the soldiers homes, Mr. Mellon said
tion th #**. tll.ken ln,? consideration
the fact that tuberculosis and
1 .are forn'rVOU" caSe" r^'re long
.1 1 '"J.0"" a"d reh?'>ilitation. Aft
er looking over the various hosplHealfh
? BS' lUCh a* the
| Health Service hospitals, the army
and navy hospitals and others we
have decided tha, the existing Z
I .10? soldiers' homes afford tn?
best facilities for the treatman*
long illnesses. The ?,?* 7n " .
t'ons will be utilised-principally"";
b.'Lhf "?W appar'n? that we will
gress for hospital if, on nf ^Cv?""
i r.?on. we np%wob".nb<!yor;,;;raLco.nb*,,;ur
I adopted th? was
j Silvers and Kane Estates
Valued at About $10,000
IIOOM w Va',"'d at ""Proximately
J ,?"" '"'t by Mrs. Elizabeth
JoHa V v d,e,) J,,n* and
1 aeeltn Kan*' who died June 26
according to the wills of the de
ceased filed for probate Thursday.
771 4<T ?11 *s,ate valued at $5..
' '? bequeathed to a daughter.
Marion Dorian, while the Kane es(
ii'! 'i,7,va,u"i a' <"""? J
, ,s devised in trust to a
niece. Joanna L. Rarnes. and a
j nephew. Charles E. Kane, with infated
1?"* k'0 P*y be<lu"ts stipi*
j lated in the will.
Battle of Belleau Wood
Urging support of the movement
recently launched to rehabilitate
the village of Bellea-j, Secretary of
' 'hve Nav'r Denby, in his addrest
, Thursday night at the aMrine Corpa
, commemoration of the third anniversary
of the Battle of Belleau
wood, declared that the restoratior
i *ou'<l be a fitting memorial t<
American participation in tha'
aiTy Spread on the Dail
strictly fresh fancy Bi
ter That Has Been HeU
Always Sweet and Whi
Ik Grove Butter one is apt to pictui
cool and shady banks of limpid sti
nod their heads to the accompani
cattle scattered over the countryside
eet butter fat which is in turn i
iter that is served on /,
best families in th
Sold by Grocers Who Sappl;
,N & CO., Dij
Guardian Refused VI
Right to Use Fund
Justice Hit* In Probata Court
Thursday refused to allow John -W.
Thompson, ruardlan of hi* brother. ^1
Donald D. Thompson. 17, to draw
$2,SOO of the funds of. the boy's
estate to spend for a trip through
Yellowstone Park and other points
In the West.
Donald D. Thompson Is a aon of (
Ross Thompson and grandson of the of
late John W. Thompson, millionaire
Washingtonlan. The boy has an Income
of $15,000 a year from his
grandfather's estate. It waa declar- die
all of^ '* "0t aUowed to 'Pead uni
FIVE ALLEGED AUTO 5
BANDITS ARRESTED =
Hold-Ups on the Bladensburg bl'
Road Charged Against
Suspected of terrorising motor- vo<
ists Along: the Bladensbu/g road, W.
Ave alleged auto bandits were arrested
Thursday by District police
after a hold-up reported by J. W.
Smith, 1759 Park road northwest.
Those arrested are: Alfred D. Mc- as
Curley. I'OSX Ninth street northwest;
Herbert^Huff. 220 E street north- fai
west; Taylor Freeman. 2328 Georgia
avenue northwest; * Herbert coi
Kins:. Ballston. Va. and Aaron orj
Cracl. ten berg, 920 Fifth street ter
Smith told Ninth precinct police do
that while ieturning to Washington all
esrly Thursdsy the bandit car, thi
dashing up alongside of his ma- lei
rhir.e. compelled him to stop. Three i Fe
m.*n alighted and demanded to cai
search hia car for whisky, he I
claimed. j ?
RufT, Freeman. King and Crach- i _
ten^crg were arrested at Fifteenth' J
and K street northwest by Ninth .j
precinct police upo narriving in fl
Washington. McCurley was picked , 2
up *iter by Detective Sergt. Allijjood
a*a suspect. He is charged j
with assault during a hold-up on '
May 23 along the Bladenburg road,
on R. A. Furlington. 102 Fifteenth
street southeast. - j
Defense Funds Spent,
Clerks Quit Courtroom
DEDHAM. Mass.. July 1.?Stenographers
and clerks employed by
the defense in the murder trial of j
Nicola Sacco and Bartlemew Vffn- |
ritti walked out the courtroom
Thursday when they learned that
the 350.000 defense fund had been
Wealthy persons who believe that j
Sacco and Vanretti are being perse- j
cuted because of their radical be- j
liefs declare they will raise additional
funds by the time court con- j
The 150.000 was raised at meetings I
in all parts of the country. Three j
witnesses today corroborated Van- j
zetti's contention that he was in an- j
other town the day of the payroll
Bodies of 119 Soldiers
Buried at Arlington
One hundred and nineteen sol- j
dlers were buried Thursday at Ar- j
lington. Among these were four
officers. 11* enlisted men and one j
Among the bodies to b? buried j
were First Lieut. Earnest A. Love. j
of Prescott. Ariz. Lieut. l>ove. a j
flier, was shot down during the St. I
| Mihiel offensive October 4. 1918. |
The Earnest A. Love Post No. 0. j
American Legion, of Prescott, Ariz..
sent its post and national ^colors to
the District of Columbia depart- I
ment of the legion. Details from
the Bureau of Engraving and j
Printing Post, the Jane A. Delano
Post and the Vincent B. Costello
Post attended the funeral.
For Friday and Saturday
r Dresses, Coats, Suits
$2.99 $5.00 $10.00 j
Worth Up to $35.00
' Hats 79c, Skirts 99c
' 812 H Street N. W.
y Bread" |
itter II i
i or Stored? ||
re undulating sun-drenched i I
earns beside which butterment
of cow belli as our ||l||
graze on "the fat of the ||
made into that epicurean 'i n
he tables iL'
e land jj'ij
r Their Customers the jf
no of theaa orranlsatton* had used
he frank of the Federal Board for
Vocational Education in lta mallRepresentative
W. D. Upehaw. of
>eorcla, addresssed the morning
lession and tald the Veterans that
ine? of political cleavage are east
iside when legislation for disabled
wen Is brought up in Congresa He
laclared that all were agreed in
lemandlng better conditions In hbs.
aitals and the Board for Vocational
The newly elected officers headed
Sy John T. Nolan of the. District
>f Col u ml>4a. national commander .assumed
their ofBce% at the session
Following the adjournrotnt of the
convention the delegates visited the
White House where they urged upon
the Preal4?nt the appointment of
Seorge W. Glllin, retiring national
commander, as director of the Federal
Board tor Vocational Induration.
to fcuccead Tel W; Umk n. religned.
I 4% Vacati
| CLOSES JU
I The Departn
>u'll Be Surprised
. We've chosen every item
sonable, fine quality and pricei
resent absolute maximum value,
to celebrate if you take advanU
Now read the "ad" and come
"Just the Thing foi
iem in Oxford weaves. Repp. Sc
;ly fine grade shirts and at the [
uaJ of elsewhere. We strongly s
$ J .89 $2-00 $<
Fancy striped fabrics: silk
frogs; sizes A to D. They
look good, feel good and
ARE good. And look at the
I SUMMER SUn
GENUINE PALM BEACH SUITS
The better kind. Beautifully tailo
one and two-button Young Men's j
conservative Styles. Pencil stri]
owns, grays, greens and sand col
SIZES: Young Men, 34 to 40; C
:rvatives, 36 to 44; Stouts, 38 to
? White Pants Men's White I
, and Serge F
c, of navy twill . Fin?st
J sizes from 31
$1.85 *595 ,nd
Men's Wool Bathing Suits
One and two piece styles in plair
blue, brown, buff and lieather wit!
body stripes; sizes 36 QC
to 44 JJ
r Uniforms at "Lowes
) Seventh Street F
ib ?f Aeyttiag That Can Be Boi
ETERAN LEAGUE :
LISTS OFFICIALS '
FOR DISMISSAL i
[aims Incompetence and <
Cruelty in Vocational j
'harres that the Federal Dturc [
Vocational Education haa been
illty of felony" In the practices |
tDf ouraged against wounded Sol n
were made In reaolutions I
inimously passed at the closing
slon of the National Dlsableo
diers' J-ieague Thursday.
The resolution, copies of which
re handed to President Harding
I to Senator Walah of Massachutj.
chairman of the committee Initigating
charges against the voJonal
board and soldier hospltlonal
board and soldier hoealt,
singled out officials of the
ird for instant dismissal on the
irges of "Incompetency and
Tea nutria In Humeri.
These officials include R. T
sher, assistant director of the
catlenal board, and U W. Moore.
H. Powers. R. 8 Jackson. M. G.
nnor, W. H. Partch. J. F. Thlbi?u,
J. S. Brand. Miss Marsh NorII
and Miss 8 N. Qulllln. of tne
ishlngton staff of the board.
The league also went on record
favoring tho amalgamation of
organizations seeking the wei-e
of the disabled soldier, and
th that cbject in view authortxec
5 appointment of a committee to
nfer with like committees of other
conizations of the same characT*he
amalgamation move was lnrsed
by tbe league, despite the
egation of some of the delegates
?t other disabled veterana'
igues were the creation of the
deral Board of Vocational Kdution.
One delegate charged that
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