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KEEP ISLE OF PINES,
PRESIDENT (SURGED
Woman Planters Present Petition
With 100.000 Names to Bar
Cuban Jurisdiction.
0
TREATY IS NOW PENDING
1.500 Americans Residing on Isle
Join in Plea.
President Coolidge was presented
today with a petition urging the re
jection of liie Hay-Quesada treaty,
(•ending since 1902, which would give
to Cuba permanent jurisdiction over
the Isle of Pines.
Mrs. H. P. Wheeler and Mrs. Charles
r. Fetter, American woman planters
i f the island, presented at noon, to
the President, a petition hearing 100.-
oiio names, including those of the.
1.500 Americans on the isle.
The women, sent by the chamber
of commerce of the Isle of Pines,
which is about the size of Rhode
Island, and is located sixty miles
1 south of Cuba, were accompanied by
.fudge and .Mrs. M. (i. Hall of North
•akola. Edward Vanish of St. Paul,
Minn.: T. .1 Keenan of Pittsburgh
..ml .Miss Florence Tichenor of this
Setting forth that the Americans
. re slowly being pushed off the i.--
iml. under conditions imposed hy the
•!■ facto government of (tuba, the pe
tition made a pl> a for tin- retention
0 Ihe island, which, it is stated, was
• ded the Cnited Stales under
: 'tide 2 of the treaty of peace of Ix9.''.
The two women told the President
that they pay taxes and duty to Cuba.
.Hid duty and income lax to the
1 nit* d States. There is no trial by
jury in tin island, they staled.
They asked for the retention of
tin isle as American territory, and
the restoration of the American Hag.
■fen thousand purchasers of land
i n the island obtained ten names
. o n to the petition. The two del, -
gates declared that, the Genera! Fed
eration of Women’s flubs lias backed
their petition.
Saturday right .Mrs. Fetter will
broadcast from station WHC a talk.
"A Sketch of the Isie of Pines." and
describe this "modern isli of para
dise,’’ as she calls it, and tell of its
political history, and of the hopes
o the American residents
CALLS MARYLAND
G. 0. P. CONVENTION
Chairman Tait Suggests Coolidge
Support at Gathering
May 14.
Ft tep Prr>«.
BALTIMORE, Md,. April .. --Cairn
J.. Tail, chairman of the republican
slate central committee, y. sterda.
issued a call for tin repubi cun stai
convention to be h. Id .May 1! Ah,
” primary election, at which d, ;. gat. .-
to the convention will be selected,
will be held May 5. The state con
vention will select nineteen deleaa.-s
to the* republican national conven
tion.
"It is generally assumed lint since
President Coolidge is the only can
didate who lias filed in .Maryland, if
i"> other tiles he obtains the delega
tion by default.” .Mr. Tait said in
his call. “This is not strictly, true.
The primary law provides that tic
primary ballot shall be. so printed that
n republican can vote for any pres
idential candidate who has tiled or
ma,'. vote for an uninsiruefed celt -
gation to the national eon, 'Lion."
Chairman Tail suggested as -prin
• pies or policies'’ that republlear.s
should support President Coolidge at
the May primary; that the slate con
tention should pledge the delegates
to the national convention to vote
for President folidge; the adminis
tratin of President Coolidge should
h. indorsed, and that suitable recog
nition in the national delegation
should be given women and negroes.
WAGE ROW CURTAILS
ORCHESTRA’S PLANS
{Philadelphia Symphony Organiza
tion Gives Up Scheduled Trip
to Coast.
Be the A sat*-idled Preps.
PHILADELPHIA April 2. Dis
agreement with th>- musicians of th,
Philadelphia Orchestra over a new
wage scale lias result'd in th. aban
donment of the proposed tour of th.
orchestra to the Pacific coast next
season. Arthur Hudson, th. manager,
announced today, fit hers closely a
- with the organization said
that unless the differences were ad
justed temporary disbandment of th.-
orchestra might become necessary.
About tw.nty-fiv. concerts in dif
ferent cities had been planned for 111,
Pacific coast tour ami part of the ex
penses of the trip had been under
written.
Mr. Hudson said the present, mini
mum wage rate was S6O a week. The
men at first demanded a 40 per cent
increase, but later agreed to accept
25 per cent.
Thomas Rival, president of the lo
cal musicians’ union and a. member of
the orchestra, declined to discuss !h ■
situation. A conference of union <>f’i
cials and representatives of the or
• •hestra association is scheduled for
later in the week.
| 1
OPPORTUNITY
Thf* Washington. D U . A sen «ry of
The Mutual Lift* Insurance ( ompany
of Now York will icangiiratr <’las?p*
of Life InMirarit-p Instruction anl
Salesmanship cowrins • TlfO!H*Ui,n.
UUAUTIUAI. TRAINING. Kn«*h class !
will moot two nights ••very week to j
complete thf* toursr in six weeks, }
HKBINNING A PR! I -ml *i
Ambitious. high-grade men and women I
preferably thos** without Life Insur
ant* selling experience. are invited to j
make application f > join the April
classes.
Upon completion of racli course
places will he offered to members who
qualify. THIS ACKNCVS SYSTEM
OF rO-OPEUATION MAKES IT PRAU
TICAHLE. THROUGH JOINT WORK
WITH EXPEUIKNUKH RERRESKNT
ATIVES FOR STUDENTS. TO KKAIr
IZR AN INCOME EVEN DURING
THE PERIOD OF INSTRUCTION. It
is the object and purpose of this de
partment to develop successful life
underwriters for this company.
Life Insurance is today i nart of
fbe modern m heme of business and
social life. Life Insurance practice,
therefore. invites one to a more
speedy financial success than most any
field of endeavor, where HONESTY.
ENERGY and BRAINS are ESSEN
TIAL PREKBOriSITBS.
Men who have n»mc t»» a realization
of l the income limitations of their
present occupation or employment will
do ■'veil in seriously consider and in
vestigate this opportunity.
It is our work to SEE THAT TOE
srrcEED.
Conferences at our offices berinninr
MONDAY, MARCH 24.
Call , Write or Telephone
HENRY S. BAKER
Assistant Manager
W. W. WINSBRO
Agency Instructor
423 Southern Bldg.
15th & H Streets N.W.
Alain 782-763
I
Emma ” Asks Job
! On Police Force 9
Name Bars Him
j
■ By the Associated Press. »
| NEW YORK, April 2.—Harry 1
I Armstrong cannot Join the police I
| force because his name is Emma,
j in applying for the force he had j
j to show a birth certificate, and he j
■ went to Southampton, I* 1., to get |
i one.
"You arc a girl.’’ said the clerk. j
1 “I am not,” said Armstrong.
1 “Weil, you were registered under ]
I the name of Emma Armstrong.” ]
I replied the clerk.
i Armstrong disagreed violently.
| but was told be would have to
| take legal action to change his
name to Harry.
IMPROVINQ the country’s
vision is an important job.
The Bausch & Lomb Op
| tical Company has never
! skimped in 71 years of lens
\ making. It feels the obligation
i —and proves the business wis
i dom —of giving the finest pro
; duct it can.
\ The same policy produces
Hearst’s International.
\ It is the policy of counting
j the result as more im
portant than the cost.
Every issue is filled uith
! features, any one of
j which might be enough
with which to go to press.
Read “Diamond Dick”
hy F. Scott Fitzgerald, in
April.
Heams
International
SPLIT UPS
i Or with softening, antiseptic »
Imenthojlatuml
them smooth again M
Terri |
Vanities — J
The v. ry latest idea. Si
gm in novelty Vanity Gases |=||
—conta i n » T’o w d e r.
sgt Rouge and Hip Sti.-k gg
l-lr Neat oblong case with
alternate stripes of -il
ver and black or (iold etea
• gug and' Black, also a very
attractive Tapestry de -
sign. You won’t find Igi
Hg anything that will be
more acceptable -a re- gm
memberance. And the
53.75
The National
Remembrance Shop *
(Mr. Poster’s Shopl Wm
14th Street f
Msu 122.1 I hi. lie.
i
i ———.
: Neuralgic
headaches
So acutely painful! Get relief
quickly. Apply Sloan’s. Just pat
j it gently on. Almost at once the
| pain eases off —soon the headache
• is gone. Get a bottle from your
druggist today and have it on
hand—3s cents. It will not stain.
i •- ■ -
I 3000
CONNECTICUT
AVENUE
| Ready for Occupancy
ADJOINING Cathe
dral Mansions,
these attractive new
apartments will
strongly appeal to
those seeking refined
comfort with reason
able rentals.
! I
One Room and
Bath to Five Rooms
and Two Baths. All
large, outside rooms,
with spacious closets
!
Oprm fmr li«»Pclion mtll i> P. M.
WARDMAN
1430 K Street
Mala 41M
THE EVENTN(i STAR. WASHINGTON. U. WEDNESDAY, AERIE 2. 1024.
I BRYAN PROPOSES U.S.I
PAY CAMPAIGN COSTS
Says Candidates and Parties Thifs
Would Not Be Obligated to.
“Interests.'’
(
! illiam Jenning.v Bryan brought j
| forward here yesterday a plan* to i
j let the government pay the qam
| paign expenses of candidates fdr
public office, which would save par-’!
| He.s and candidates from “obligating 1
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j -
Important—Due to the Inclement Weather and Slush Under
foot. All Sales Events Advertised in Tuesdays Papers Will Be Con
tinued Tomorrow. Phone Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention!
.. ( .’ ,R !:, S _ S,LK HR ESSES SMALL GIKI.S’ (iINIiHAM
1 a TkTCDT TDr 1 !! On r\ s
i LAN bDll RoM i 3iik).
i
418-430 7th St. N.W.—Thru to Bth OUR ONLY STORE Phone I ranklin 7400
'JXI-' ; ;\4£\ AMkj ylfG j Ml, ■ i-:f ■ ,
'jOT \ v SW'-i /Oil 'o ,:m ■ i
X [A I f \ y ( .7 * 1 \\ * ' \ / ' [ /■ i £ / y \ i / -«
•/ V X A%J/. i?S ' '
BSjiMUtTk Os \ ital Importance—Dont By Any Chance Miss This
Sale of Spring Blouses
1.300 Blouses — Handkerchief Linens —
Many of I hem Exquisitely Hatulnwde Ji kite f tales. \ eiv Dimity ami Cham If rays
Soft, handkerchief linen blouses in colors with drawn- gp Daint}’ while voiles wit Vi touches of bilci or Isabv lri>h
work and other dainty handwork adorning them. Strictly B laces-—and new Dimities and Chambravs with \an Ilcusen
tailored styles with Hobby or I nxedo collars and others with a Jp collar and cuffs that need no starching* and arc stunning’ tor
feminine frill dow n the front. Designs mi varied they beggar sjiorts wear. (fverbloitse stvlcs for the most part —but some
description. Seven of the numerous styles as sketched. , tuck-ins are included. Sizes 36 to 4(>. Hatiste. sizes 48 to 54.
SECOND FLOOR. EASISBURGH i- BRO.
Continuing the April - Chalk I p Another Success!
Saie of New Spring Coats Sale of Collar-Attached
| | —Shirts Is Going Good
. i ’ i And No W onder. U 7th F
| i English Broadcloth and r . '%r~ -~~
I SOO Strings o£ Alpha Oxfords ' ...X ~ 2 ~
Ka j — si,BB mm
I \ (Manufactured , ■ rr? ■
It has set the whole town talking, for women
were quick to appreciate the timeliness of this A v \ q Jk bgn> poiima i- it> time- j | “
big special purchase that brought brand new. V 1 \ ,\ splendid oppor- :nl D'; ...... * : 7 mbliwP. i
- i • ii , < i i ■ i i ! odav - -cllnur. m >puc 2 - 49M|k -±r.
fashionable coals at Siß.oo, with haslet* only tunny, tor they arc O the weather proved J"
llirCC weeks a wav t.xcipii.n.i an* that we had ganged uiir
mice " llk. ,xs%. 111 the popular 00-inch 1 ’
' (S/’ 11 j 11 eu>iomei > nced.» nicely. - giE^agy
r.i, 1 • , ,1, T&ytSr l ! I ,’7 - . . . for thev've been busv
Ihe styles are entirely new, as you 11 recog- 11 : \y * ,tt - od r ' V p a buying good >hins all day.
nize when you see them. Swagger sports Styles SHP r ll X Xtnn.V' in tomorrow, selection b >till cxei-llem. Gen
with flare backs. Semi-fitted styles and straight- ■ j I inily suuran'iced" ' “."jt'anf TtV 77:!-’,'
bllC tube-like affairs. 2y -I street floor careful tmyer will fancy. Sizes I,V_. to 17.
1— - I i MENS SHOP—STREET FLOOR
. Rich, quality fabrics such as Berkshire
Plaids, .Soft Polairc, Angora Polaire, Tweeds. MODAR I Many Homes ire More Attractive
Camelaire, Sport Fabrics, New Checks, Sue- L CORSETS Because of This Wonderful
dine and others. M, Scientifically Fitted Sale of Floor Lamps
All the best plain colors of the season as well Leave Nothing
as novelty checks, stripes and plaids. Sizes for ■ to Be Desired Q C A
Misses and Women and some Extra Sizes as j \\ p \\e arc i»ruud to exploit
II . ■ Li their merits- to the tlis- fjIWW F"' i ! I’ Wf
’ tB cerning women of W a>h- . i|i|! |j .!i 1 | is |
second FLOOR, lansburgh & BRO j S' ingtoii, lor their careful dc- Complete With Rich Sill: 1 dill I; f Jj■.. J if , ||, j|j j
signing and beautiful work- ... , ..... .... . fXI I
! manship are well known Shades. Tuto S,lk Pull Cords.
;md SpOllSOrcd I>V modistes Oil ft O/glt IC (I ItdSV Full
A Special Sale of
{ everywhere. ' /J//W |&
• -m . . A complete range of PJ
Gingham Bungalow Aprons ™„ k u „ c
nite design in mind and these exquisite lamps will add to your y
moulding the form into home. The charm of soft-glowing P
I I beauty and symetry. lamps cannot be over-estimated, and I ,
* Each of our attendants 'with such a low-priced opportunity at r i| $£
Just 500 of them, fashioned of excellent high-count gingham, in '“Xa lb I
colorful small and medium checks. X S’ndkilaV needs m IJi
Slip-over and Middy Styles, with collars of organdie, pique or ere- . the minutest detail. For Hand-carved stippled gold pnly- CIJ
tonne, fancy pockets and tic-back sashes. absolute assurance of smart chrome clTccts. topped with fine silk <j*r^
Both Regular and Extra Sizes—and every garment cut gencrouslv lines, ask for Alodart the shades, both pleated and paneled, lined C J
full, and finely made. * " * corset beautnul. with silk and double row of silk fringe. Si
a> a rni acon an Newest shapes, all colors.
THIRD FLOOR AND MAIN FLOOR TABLES LANSBURGH k BRO, IpT.UU lO %P^U.UU
CORSET SALON—THIRD FLOOR SIXTH FLOOR. LANSBURGH & BRO.
,
themselves to the predatory interest.”
Recalling' that President Roosevelt
| onoo suggested some sucli arrange
l ment. Mr. Bryan said the Senate dif»-
■ closures had prepared the public
mind for acceptance of the practical
! details of the plan and advocated
! uuick action so it could be employed
I irt the 1024 campaign.
The fo.rnial announcements of can- 1
didates would, under -Mr. Bryan’s i
; proposition, he placed before the i
: people in a buiietin issued hy the!
I government, and there would be an j
j additional appropriation from the |
j federal Treasury amounting to 10 \
j cents per voter, apportioned among j
i parties according to the last re
corded strength.
; First rainqoat ever made melted in |
I the sun. '
CITED FbR GALLANTRY.
Spanish War and Philippine Insur
rection Officers Honored.
Citations for gallantry in action
in the .Spanish war or the Philippine
'insurrection have just been awarded
: the following-named officers of the
| Army; Maj. Gen. William G. Haan.
; retired, at Milwaukee, Wis.; Brig.
(Gen. LX TO. Nolan, at the War Depart
| ment: Col. Edward Anderson, retired,
j at Ido6 Varnum street, this city; Col.
j Henry C. Fisher, Medical Corps, of
I this city, now in the Panama Canal
1 Zofie; Col. Henry A. Hanigan. in
! fantry. at Phoenix. Ariz.; Col. James
| V. Heldt. infantry, at San Antonio,
'Tex.; Col. -Monroe C. Kerth. infantry.
| at Port Benning, Ga.; Col. T. J. Kirk- i
(patrick, retired, in ’ Alexandria, Va.; |
I Col. William T. Wood, retired, at !
’ j United States Soldiers’ Home, this ;
i city; 1-ieut. Col. Joseph S. Hardin, re- j
i tired, at KI Paso, Tex.; First Lieut, j
| Daniel Wells, 20th Volunteer In- |
I fantry, at Detroit. Mich., and Second '
1 | Lieut. Marion B. Babsun, 2Sth Cnited !
.'States Volunteers, at -Marion. S. C. ,
| Posthumous awards wen- made in I
| the cases of the late Col. James A. j
. . Irons. United States infantry, of !
i Pennsylvania, and tin- lal* Ueut. Col. j
j Peter W, Davison. United States in- i
fantry, •>!* Wisconsin.

Air mail flying planes over San Fran- !
» j ciseo and the high Sierras have been ;
. equipped with snowshoes and life pre
. .sfirvors.
1 :
/=
Absolutely Pure
imported
POMPEIAN
OLIVE OIL
Makes the most delicious
mayonnaise and French
dressing
!
You Big Stiff
' KNEE—Watch Your Finish
-■•oiVn. inflamed. iheumath*
1 1 ••j’' • I t». treated with a remedy
made that purpose only.
K-' tie i.th'*r ih. 1 nano* «• f ||ii> new di
***»• #*ry .Taint Emm* and it will take nut
th*- aitoiiy. i«-• lii« *»■ the swelling and llm
l»**r up 5*1.;. t < ihled joint after ordinary
' . alls have iniherablv failed. .Inst nib
} it on ‘»tv a ti(ih• at Peoples l»r*;ir Stores
j and a'! -. a*U for Joint Ease.
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