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PRESIDENT-ELECT OF BRAZIL COMING Expects Interview With Hoo ver During Two-Day Visit in Capital. By the Associated Press. RIO JANEIRO, May 2—An official announcement from Sao Paulo yester day said that President-elect Julio Prestos will leave Brazil for his long expected visit to the United States on May 20. The President-elect will be accom panied by members of his family, his physician, several secretaries ana diplo matic attaches. The party plans to remain in Washington for two days, I during which Senor Prestes expects to have an interview with President Hoover, and will then spend eight days In visiting various cities. After consultations with bankers and business men, the party will leave for Europe. EPWORTH LEAGUE MISSION AID ASKED Renewal of $400,000 Responsibil ity Over Four-Year Period Is Proposed. By the Associated Free*. NASHVILLE. Tenn., May 2.—A rec ommendation that the Epworth League of the Methodist Episcopal Church South again assume responsibility for financing missionary projects. Involv ing the expenditure of $400,000 to be raised by the organization, was con tained in the report of Dr. D. L. Mum power, superintendent of the depart ment. to the General Epworth League Board, in session here yesterday. The league would raise SIOO,OOO a year for the four years under the plan. Mission work recommended for the league included Africa, Cuba, young people’s work in Belgium, the chair of music at Scarrit College and Negro edu cation at Paine College. The league has accepted SIOO,OOO a year as Its financial share of the church’s missionary program for the past four years. threecon’victed IN MAIL FRAUD CASE Two Are Acquitted of Charges Based on Promotion of New Mexico Company. By the Associated Pres*. SEATTLE. Wash., May 2.—Three of five men charged with fraudulent use of the malls in connection with their promotion of the stock of the General Mining, Milling it Power Co. of New Mexico today stood convicted by a Fed eral Court jury. Those convicted yesterday are Dan iel A. Levy, New York, and Harold Har ris and Meyer Morris of Seattle. They will be sentenced next Monday. Wal ter D. Forsyth, San Francisco broker, and Ernest R. Heath, Seattle stock salesman, were acquitted. GLASS OF BEER COSTS GIRL DRIVER SIOO FINE Court Opinea That Drinking One Teaspoonful of Current Brew Is Being Very, Very Reckless. By the Associated Press. EVANSTON. 111., May 2.—The beer out here is very potent, said Magistrate Barber to Miss Helen Lynch yesterday. The charge of reckless driving against her was regarded by Miss Lynch as “ridiculous.” “Why,” she said. “I had only one email glass of beer.” “You mean to say,” interrupted Prosecutor Stolle, “that you consumed a glass—an entire glass—of beer? Why, that makes a complete case against you. A whole glass of beer—an auto mobile—reckless driving. It’a an in evitable combination." “That is correct,” said the court, fin ing Miss Lynch SIOO., “Any person who | drinks as much as a teaspoonful of j the beer now In circulation hereabouts is reckless—very, very reckless.” ENGINEER SUCCUMBS CL D. Lunsford Died at Warren ton. Services Tomorrow at Alexandria. Be nisi Dispatch to The Star. ALEXANDRIA, Va„ May I—Charles Douglas Lunsford, 78, a railroad en gineer, died yesterday at his home at warrenton, Va„ and his body has been brought here for burial. Funeral services will be at 2 o’clock tomorrow afternoon from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles Dean, 210 Gibbon street, and will be conducted by Rev. D. L. Synder, pastor of the M. E. Church South. Interment will be In the Presbyterian Cemetery. SOCIETY (Continued From Third Page.) bert W. Simms, Miss Grace Roper, Miss Florence Marlatt, Mrs. Ada S. Hatcher, Mr. Bates Warren, Mr. Charles J. Hap pier, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Sommer ville, Mr. Adnrew D. Sharpe, Mr. H. Randolph Barbee, Dr. G. L. Collins, Representative John D. Clarke, Mr. A. Coulter Wells, Representative G. H. Stalker, Miss Marjorie Lowe, Mr. Bern hard G. SpUle, Mr. Alan T. Delbert, Mr. A. W. Perrin. CoL Rawson War pen was chairman of the reception com mittee. Following the concert the artists were entertained at a supper by officers of i the club. LET McDEVITT MAKE YOUR SPRING DRAPEPIES Get the benefit of our year* of experience •nd low price* on made-to-order draperies. We'll Gladly Estimate McDEVITT-Sf” Arthritis! The torturing pain of arthritis, gout, rheumatic fever, neuritis, need not spoil your life. But you should have real help. The burning acids in your body must be neutralized and eliminated be fore they make you an easy victim ol more dreaded diseases. Nationally rec ognized Mountain Valley Mineral Water Is a dependable aid. 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They're cut to fit and i Short Sleeved Or The Scalloped ( that Xm jacquard moi Si"l 8 to( Caped Chiffon Caped or Belted / young fashionables have the correct apparel at the r \ correct time. For instance — Beys’ Wesr Shop—Street Floor I ■% / l J # \ H hr r I ,03 r; / confirmation dresses are now (JL X UV-IV ♦ ♦ \ here for May processions, first com- I munions and confirmations; of flat ( $10.75 $16.50 $10.95 A« J (T T*% / - . . w * t • t • \ SPRING COATS, of broadcloths, twilla XA.il Cl IOX JL/ r C o 0 WLJ / Certainly no Junior Miss who Not the fashion-wise Junior Miss 1 and baaketweaves; satin or rayon lined. ACC • r'X T»! > sees this wonderful collection! to be sure—for she knows of their ( ShowS injpa?y!thn, r££ <fe 1Q Q 4 /VItcUTS t \ for evening, lovely florals! 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Jj) J ( A Flattering Hat Need Not Be ) i More Expensive Than ) , Hundreds or New | " As Smart As This ( Jiff'Sj ' ( " ' ) White Dresses for $2,95 ( 1 ' ) Toddlers, 3 to 6 / \ Os a toft white crepe de chine, in This bag nos tapestry—one of the season* I _ / straight line styles with dainty yoke and •martest handbag fabrics! But you will also find ) NetV AS the SeaSOtl Priced at SavitlZS \ waistline models with pert &C OC flat crepe., printed crepes, silk moires and I . _ ) cape collars shantungs in multi-colored effects, pastel or high / O | £ O 4_-x \ And these for warm Summer days shades for accenting new Spring outfits. Envelope, I I | 1 M \jf Q TS / are of crisp, cool, white voiles with frame and back-strap styles! / & L\* V/J- Upl \ lace, ruffles or running cape collars. H.ndhsr.-strrrt rioot . r . _ . __ / With short or three-quarter-length W A Timely Opportunity \ sleeves $1.95 .nd $2.95 Silk or Wool Coat at JaMb*. \ Shoes That Walk Away ( lyLf Smk With Spring Honors ( m $23 !rM/ | modest price! Also step-in pumps and smart ( No fashionable woman wiU fail to at* \ ol ~ one straps-in white, berge brown and black ( Ml tend this important event-for if she ) bhoeS That Will ReSISt snake. already owns a wool coat she mil want ) the PranKS Ol Children One of 100 Styles / HBIM one of flat crepe for warmer days. Os x Let them have their fun-but put Lansburgh’s at This One Price f black silk crepe, faille, covert and trico / super-built shoes on them to cut down footwear /POSth. . .. / ImIHHBjk broadcloth—with youthful capes, cravat . \ expense! ( 9 collars, jabot collars, scarf collars, nar- / MARY ANN TIES, in patent leather m • • ( \ / "»» b 'l*» fl»red or princess line,! MMP ) " "J** for girk £, n , * n X , / \f One of the most style-right collections we \[/ \ PATENT LEATHER STRAP PUMPS. ✓ W ‘ tan ’ green * nd navy - Ivl 4to 14 $3.50 to $5 \ H Wsmen's and Mlssm’ Costa—Second Floor IM I / BOYS SPORTS OXFORDS, tWO irw tone tan or elk with black calf trim, 11 to 16... .$5 and $5.95 •Mas Shoo—Second Floor Camera and Roll of LANSBURGH &. nRO to our Stationery Dept., Street Fine lisle hose, in striped and Floor, and receive thia at* f* *4* \ diamond patterns, and plain tractive gift. 7th. Bth and E Sts.—FAMOUS FOR QUALITY SINCE 1860-National 9800 th THE EVENING STAB, WASHINGTON. D. C., FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1930.