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MOM TO STAY IN TWO CONTESTS Mew Jersey Senate Candi date Will Make Race for Short Term. Tr *hc Associated Press. NEWARK, N. J„ May 21.—The Re rubhc.in nomination for New Jersey's short term in the United States Senate —a trim nr four months —was won yes terday in the eyes of his followers by Ambassador Dwight W. Morrow. The term, representing the lapse be tween the November election and March 4. 1931. was caused by the resignation of waiter E. Edge, upon his appoint ment as Ambassador to Prance. Joseph S Frclinghuysen withdrew his candidacy for the short period yester day, and Franklin W. Port, who sup ports the eighteenth amendment in opposition to Prelmgi'.uysen and Mor row. is-candidate for the six-year term only. Only ,John A. Kelly of Newark end Belmar will make the race for both t£J'ms against Morrow. The, primary will be held June 17. : Alexander Simpson, former State | Senator of Hudson County and an j anti-prohibitionist, is unopposed for ! th® Democratic nomination for the long term, and Miss Thelma Parkinson of Vineland for the short term. Ambassador Morrow, whose advocacy of the repeal of the eighteenth amend ment %nd the return of the State* of the right to control liquor traffic at tracted Nation-wide attention, decided to remain in both contests after all day conferences with his campaign managers. DUKE’SBOTTLE PLANT CLOSED FOR A YEAR Padioik Ordered by Justice Bailey Against Establishment at 1125 D Street Northeast.. % S- ■ Justice; Jennings Bailey today granted a permanent “padlock” injunction against the Duke’s Bottling Works, 1125 D street northeast and ordered the place closed for one year. Neither the tenants nor the owner opposed the granting of the padlock order. ' Those named as tenants were Ellis Duke, Fred H- Middledorf, Andrew Clark, W. A. Keyes and Dennis Graves, while Henry P. Kern was said to own the property. The tenant* were repre sented by Attorney Bertrand Emerson, ,ir.. while Attorney D. L. Grantham ap peared for the owner. The Government was represented by United States Attor ney Leo A. Rover and Assistant United States Attorney Harold W. Orcutt. More American tractors are being bought by fanners of Italy than ever before. at Electrical Headquarters | I GENERAL I ELECTRIC AML "STEEL I REFRIGERATOR H Pay a Small Amount Down 1 —the Balance in Convenient Amounts 1 on your Monthly Light Bills I “No Owner of a General Electric Refrigerator has paid lc for service 99 . H I POTpMAC )^PI^ECTRIC UARTERS w 14th. ' Phone NAtlonol 8600 . La-, ' l ■■ ■■ ■ „ - -™, ■■■, r 1 4 —rrr;r J. MUSIC GEORGE WASHINGTON’S *’ GLEE CLUB. It was a gala occasion last night for the Glee Club of George Washington University. A large audience, which naturally included many students and members of the faculty of the local university, but also included an un usual number of musicians of the city, gathered in the ball loom of the May flower Hotel to hear this club in its first public program since it won the national championship of all the glee clubs in the United States. The club ■ won this honor a little earlier in the year when, for the first time, it par ticipated in the finals of the intercol legiate glee club contest in New York city. It won the place with an ad mirable percentage of votes from judges who are distinguished authorities on choral work. Naturally the chief portion of the credit for this fine glee club goes to its leader, Robert Howe Harmon. The au dience called him before the curtain last night after the program. The club also has an excellent accompanist in Mrs. Harmon. She, too, was given special applause. The principal achievement of the club is a most noteworthy one—that is, the singers have, been so well trained that they give the effect of unified yet com pletely spontaneous and natural sing ing. Each singer is sure of himself 1 and there is no uncertain lagging on the of any one to blend his tone completely with that of his neighbors. The ernVlciation. too, is outstandingly i good. The club does considerable very soft singing in numbers where such singing is appropriate. The more ro busto tones came out ringingly in the three sea chanteys. There is no doubt that the hit of the evening was the humorous "Old Man Noah.” Every number on the program was well done. The only improvement that might be suggested would be to have more songs requiring full voiced tones, not- neces sarily more sea chanteys, but things like Sullivan's “March of the Peers” to balance the very soft-toned songs. As it was, the greater number of the latter tended to give a monotonous color to the program except for the brief, bright moments of the sea songs. Richard Kilstein, tenor soloist, gave some Interesting contrast effects in his singing of “La Borrachita,” by Esperon, using for the middle verse the very soft tone that seems to be a leading characteristic of this club’s work. Mr. Kilstein has Italian warmth in his tone quality and is inclined to use what is called the "sob tone” quite a pit. The other soloist of the evening was Herman Weihe, a young violinist who showed a good singing tone in his two numbers. The student conductor of the club won much applause for his conducting of the three numbers in the group which the, club sang at the contest in New York. H. F. •- ■ Plans for electrifying railways in Cal cutta are being made. Graduate ■(•Comtek Medical Clone* Fitted Colics* Bros Examlaod DR. CLAUDE S. SEMONES Eyesight Specialist Phono National 07X1 THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 21. 1930. BRITAIN REFUSES ENTRANCE TO THAW Labor Follows Conservative Party Lead, Daily Her ald Says. By the Associated Preae. LONDON, May 21.—The Dally Her ald, Xdbor Party organ, today said that the government will not permit Harry K. Thaw to land in Great Brit ain. Mr. Thaw is now aboard a liner bound for Southampton. In 1828 Sir William Joynson-Hlcks, home secretary of the Conservative government, refused him permission to land. An official of the Labor government on May 16, questioned about Mr. Thaw’s reported hope that the Laborltes would give him a better welcome than the Conservatives, merely said, “I can’t say what Thaw had in his mind when he left the United States. All you can do is wait until he arrives and see what happens.” , , . The Herald last night received a wire less from Mr. Thaw, aboard the Wrench liner lie de France, saying that he was “going to Havre.” The Herald had previously sent him a wireless asking whether he intended attempting to land in England. Mr. Thaw sailed aboard the French liner lie de France May 16. He re ferred questioners to a companion named William Glynnon, who said, "Mr. Thaw doesn’t have to fear any thing on the part of British officialdom under the new ministry.” When Mr. Thaw was excluded from England two years ago It was asserted that he was a foreigner who had com mitted an act for which he might be extradited. Income tax returns in the Belgian Kongo have increased 50 per cent In the last year. SCREENS 1 Made to Order for Your | Windows-Doors-Porches j s ====================== 1 National Woodworking Corp., 37-9 New York Ave. N.E. Phone Dietrict 9741-2-3 • f \ CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. TODAY. Meeting. Dahlgren Terrace Citizens’ Association, Social Oyster House, Twelfth street and Rhode Island ave nue northeast, 8 p.m. Meeting, Trinidad Citiaens’ Associa tion, Wheatley School, Twelfth and N streets northeast, 8 pm. Meeting, South Washington Citizen. ' Association, Falrbrother School, Tenth and E streets southwest, 8 p.m. Meeting. Michigan Park Citizens’ As sociation, 3923 Twelfth street northeast, 8 p.m. Meeting, Chevy Chase Citizens’ Asso ciation, E. V. Brown School, 8 p.m. Hike. Red Triangl*' Outing Club, through Potomac Park Gardens. Meet at Bureau of Engraving, 6:30 p.m. Sup per and dance will follow hike. , FUTURE. Card party, ways and means commit tee of Brookland Chapter, O. E. S., home of Evelyn Booker, 4110 Thirteenth place northeast, 8 p.m. tomorrow. Operetta, Business High School Glee Clubs, auditorium of the school, tomor row and Friday, 8 p.m. Sermon, Vermont Avenue Baptist Church, tomorrow, 8:30 p.m. Preacher, Rev. G. O. Bulloch, pastor of Third Baptist Church. Subject, “Unbelief at Kadeshhamea Caused Forty Years’ Wandering in the Wilderness.” Card party, temple committee of Miriam Chapter, No. 23, O. E. S., home Trellis Paint jj Male* your trellis sparkle with | fresh new color 1 MEtro. 0151 ' 1 BUTLER-FLYNNjj 607-609 C St. Phone off Color Card B of William Zj. Boyce, 3136 Nineteenth street, Friday, 8:30 p.m. Card party. Capitol Lodge, No. 3, O. of S. 8., Naval Lodge Hall, 4 Penn sylvania avenue southeast, Friday night. Card party, Keane Council, Knights of Columbus. K. of C. Hail, 918 Tenth street, tomorrow night. WOMAN FLYER HALTED Plane Repairs Delay Hop of British ▲▼iatrix to Australia. SOURABAYA, Java., May 21 UP).— Despite feverish efforts to repair the magneto on the plane of Miss Amy Johnson, British avlatrix, today found it impossible to continue her trip from Croydon, England, to Australia. It was expected the machine would be ready for a trial flight this after noon. If successful. Miss Johnson in tends getting on tomorrow, continuing probably eastward along the island chain of which Java is a part to the spot permitting the take-off for Aus tralia. + , , , ■ —— Nearly 170,000 people are now em ployed in textile establishments in Po land. Walk-Over Comfort is Never Unfashionable The Romella Tie jC In beige calf with brown trim this smart shoe is a picture ©f stylish comfort—with its unique designs formed with cool perfo rations. . 11 00 WotfslVal*:€mr Shop 929 F Street 3716 New Gillette Blade makes your damaged old type Gillette Razor a serviceable shaving instrument d ‘"*** J ‘ h '“6 h >*“ A. D«inaf«d Chmh, B. .toil. wrt «l afigmnML Old t^p. daily use. They were dropped on Gillette Razor with damaged teeth and corners. Note how the old type the floor. The corners of the Gillette Blade is out of slipunait. Besnlt—a poor *«e. razor caps and the guard teeth were bent. 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Some manufacturers predicted men soon would be wearing wash suits for I A W^dTl Prompt Work Guaranteed Est. 21 Years T ribbys^^Blk -615 15th St. Nest ta Keith’s ’Hr Summer with trousers reaching to the | knee. On display also were overalls I and coveralls in powder blue, green and yellow. [Sale Thursday and Friday Spring and Summer | Flowering Plants J At Attractive Prices P Set out your Bedding Plants now for a beau* | Itiful early garden. It's also the ideal time to if start your window and porch boxes. Scarlet Sage | Wj The Ideal Bedding Plant ffeautifuf Plants 10c I No plant ia more showy || in the garden. The wonder- aj fully brilliant dazzling scar- 3j let flowers fairly hid* the Ei foliage with beauty all SuVn- j=| ■ 25c Each Other Plant Bargains I P Sedum or Rock Plant, This Sale AH lOr pa btf Hollyhock*. Dianthus. Shas- 1 nls P ta Daisy, Bachelor’s Button, Fine Coleus—magnificent colors. Hardy gn Eg Ribbon Grass, Mint Plants. Ivy—Just the kind for window boxes. 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