K COURT DENIAL
"MPs. Christopher Courtney,”
ffesentee of Lady Salmond,
. * Refused Palace Honor.
Bg tin Associsted Pr«*s.
LONDON, June 7. —Mystery today
aurrwjnded cancellation of the court
presentation of ’’Mrs. Christopher
Courtney” at the first royal court at
Buckingham Palace. May 14.
The official London Gazette published
the sparse three-line notice:
•'Lord Chamberlain's Office.
"St. James’ Palace.
"Notice is hereby given that the pres
entation of Mrs. Christopher Courtnev
at their majesties' court on May 14 has
The London Morning Press republish
ed the announcement, but made little
• hazard as to Identity of the Mrs. Court
ney. evidently fearing to name the
wrong person. Only two papers ven
tured to name the person they believed
. to be the presentee, now disavowed.
Report* of the May 14 court aaid that
Mrs Courtney was presented by Lady
Salmond. wife of Sir John Salmond, the
air marshal. The Dally Express today,
seeking communication with Lady Sal
mond, was told by her husband, “My
wife and I have no statement to make
about it. Lady Salmond is upset at in
quiries and it is impossible for any
one to see her.”
Neither was there any suggestion as
to why the court action was taken. The
records of presentees usually ere in
vestigated thoroughly. Divorcees have
always been personae non gratae.
The last parallel announcement was
aaid here to have been made in 1903.
.canceling the presentation in 1891 of
Mrs. Eric Gordon to Queen Victoria.
Mrs. Oordon later became Lady Gran
There were more than 800 women
presented at the royal court on the
Bight of May 14. most of them by the
diplomatic corps. They Included eight
GORE IS CANDIDATE
FOR RETURN TO SENATE
Blind Oklahoman, Who Served 14
Years, Say* Hat Is in Ring
and Heart in Race.
•Bt the Associated Press.
OKLAHOMA CITY, June 7—T. P.
Gore, who for 14 years served Okla
, homa in the United States Senate,
announced his candidacy last night for
the senatorial nomination on the Dem
”My hat's in the ring; my heart’s
In the race," the blind senatorial vet
eran declared in his platform declara
tion. which stresses a demand for
taxes, more trade, no trusts.” and
asserts his belief that, though the
galoon "is dead as human slavery," he
has a boy and shares “the anxiety
which every father and mother must
feel over existing conditions and tend
Mr. Gore became a United States
Senator in 1907, at the time Oklahoma
became a State, and was defeated in
1920 for the Democratic nomination
. by Scott Ferris. present Democratic
, national committeeman from Okla
EDITOR OF PLAIN TALK
DIES OF HEART DISEASE
•erald D. Baton Had Been Active
in Magazine and Literary
Work Since War.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK. June 7.—Gerald D.
Baton, founder and editor of the maga
line Plain Talk, died last night in St.
Mark's Hospital of heart disease. He
gras about 35 years old.
Since he left the University of Mich
i tgan during the World War. Mr. Eaton
had been active in newspaper and
literary work. During the last three
» years, since Plain Talk was founded,
he devoted himself to the magaslne,
earlier he contributed to magazines
notably the American Mercury, and
published a novel, "Back Furrow.”
For a time he was on the staff of the
Associated Press in New York. He
also was connected with the Morning
• *felegraph here, and with several news
papers in Detroit.
He was bom in Michigan. His
■Bother lives in Detroit.
FOR PRESIDENT RAISED
Vrelimghuyaen Asks Opponent to
Declare Whether He Aspires to
By the Associated Press.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., June 7
Former Senator Jospeh S. Freling
huysen yesterday called upon Ambas
sador Dwight W. Morrow, whom he op
poses for the Republican nomination
for United Btates Senator, to declare
whether he is a candidate for the presi
”1 have received circulars asking me
to join the Morrow-for-President Club,”
Senator Frelinghuysen said in a .state
ment, "and there is evidently a definite
oeganization being created for that pur
pose. Mr. Morrow was nominated by
f two prominent citizens for President
former Gov. Edward C. Stokes and Dr
John Grier Hibben, president of Prince
• “It is a laudable ambition to aspire
to the presidency of the United States
but it is somewhat confusing when s
candidate for the presidency still re
tains the portfolio ss Ambassador to
Mexico and also is a candidate for
United States Senator.”
GEORGE H. FEARONS DIES
Served as Western Union Attorney
for 26 Years.
NEW YORK. June 7 <JP>.-George
Hadsall Fearons, 78. general attorney
for the Western Union Telegraph Co.
from 1892 until his retirement in 1918.
| ‘died of a heart attack yesterday at his
K'e was born at Newport. Ky.. where
his father, George Richard Fearons.
had been mayor and judge and one of
the leading lawyers in Kentucky. He
was graduated from Bt. Louis Univer
sity an<f later entered the Cincinnati
Law ScHbol. After practicing law for
a brief jllriod In New York he returned
to Newport, where he entered practice
His k|| connection with the West
•rn Umgn started in 1880 as a clerk in
the officii of the superintendent at Cin
cinnati s_A year later he was trans
ferred x*,fche company’s New York of
fices arit he rapidly rose until he be
came general attorney.
From 1885 to 1904 he also was gen
eral counsel for the Southern Bell Tele
His second wife end their son, George
H. Fearons, Jr., survive.
HAVANA, June 7 <A»>. —Twenty-
seven labor unions with headquarters
here yesterday were charged by the de
partment of administration of the pro
vincial government of Havana with be
r ing communistic in purpose, working
under orders from Moscow.
The charge was ftltd with Judge J.
B. Potts, special Judge of instruction.
REVISITS FAMILIAR SCENES
James Hamilton Lewis, former United States Senator and now a candidate
for the Senate again from Illinois, viaited his old haunts at the Capitol, where
he was greeted by Senator Millard E. Tyding* <rl?ht), nrmocrat. of Maryland.
Lewis will hare Mre. Ruth Hanna McCormick as his opponent.
—Harris & Ewing Photo.
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TTIE STXDAY STAR. AVASH IXOTOX. T>. C.. JUNE 8. —PART ONE.
TO AID HOSPITAL
Proceeds of Trip to Piney
Point June 24- Will Go
The excursion steamer City of Wash
ington will donate the proceeds of its
moonlight trip to Piney Point on Tues
day. June 24, to the Casualty Hospital
building and equipment fund. Roscoe
Fertich. chairman of the hospital’s
campaign executive committee, an
nounced last night.
The offer of the benefit was made by
E. S. Wilson. Jr., of the Wilson Lines,
and accepted on behalf of the hospital
i bv Mr. Fertich.
Tickets for the occasion will be dis
posed of by the membership committee
of the Washington Board of Trade.
Mr. Wilson has planned a program of
entertainment aboard the ship for the
trip, which probably will include music
and dancing. Negotiations are under
way to acquire the services of several
popular local entertainers for the oc
A meeting of all campaign Workers
has been called for Monday night at
the campaign headquarters. Fourteenth
and H streets. Those to attend will In
clude Mrs. Htartha J. Vaughan, chair
man of the women’s committee: Stephen
E. Kramer of the men’s committee, and
Arthur Carr, chairman of the special
The hospital is conducting a cam
paign for $50,000 to retire a part of the :
indebtedness on its new building and
for the purchase of additional equlp-
Forced to Give Up Flight.
LONDON, June 7 (/P).—At times the
Scotch air is too boisterous even to
accommodate the Scot who runs things
for John Bull. Flying from London to
his Highland home, at Loosiemouth.
Prime Minister Macdonald was forced
to change to an automobile.
On Sale Monday and Tuesday
The Store TltTC* We Invite
for Thrifty Charge
People 1316-1326 Seventh StN.W ■
Fabrics and Styles of $lO to $12.95 Bargain Briefs
Silk Dresses jffo
Appear in This
Silk Chiffon dj M fk Stehli, Crepe, A Column
Shantung Georgettea \ A 1 Men’s Wool Bathing Suits
Pttlkm Date m H W _, . , _ I it 1 100 % pure wool, in navy\lue and
roine uots ■ Printed Crepee J \ \ black; one-piece with two-
Silk Lace, U Washable Silk, f \ \ Jj eoe eflcct 61168 36 w $1.98
/} / I i \ Men’s Straw Hats
_ . # . t .l i_ a , . , /1 / i | \ Soft and stiff straws, in new and
One needs so many frocks for the not summery days to make them f; I \ \ popular shapes; black and si
always appear fresh and charming. We were most fortunate indeed / r \ fancy bands; sizes 6*; to w*
to secure this lot of these extremely attractive frocks to sell at $4.95. ' j J ) • Men’s $2 Straw Capa #
The color assortment includes all those delightful pastel tones ~T mtnt P T d ~s traw 6 - an a**crt
such as coral, pink, peach, maise, blue, nile, orchid, as well as white. / 1 colorings; 1 sizes
i Smart sleeveless and short sleeves. / / to i\ 2 *!p1.«50
I • ; •
Sizes for Misses and Women from 16 to 50 Li i\ „ 39c Pu ,D-Over Shirts
; W Q Mens Athletic Pull-over Shirts,
j ’ K»ufm»n'i—sreantf riser V Da plain and colored neck- oo
.. ” band; sines 34 to 44 AOC
O— ' ■ 1 ■■■■■— R
, _ _ Men’s Summer Neckwear
Mm.J2«,d«JCi . Smart Imported ™"
fS\ Imperial Slurb Woven Sandals r“— —
£\ ' , Long white pants for men, longies
IP *€ $4 and s4£o - andl "Ucrafor toys; size. 29
JK I Value,, Now 0 AA •— * nd .* •
/y/j t B • V w*gß I Sun Suits and Wash Suits
//////. imiHljl For Summer com- Ideal for the kiddies to play
111 l IBHI IivI “W _ fort and style there * _ around in; plain colors and
11 Every man is ac- i* hardly a more pretty prints; sizes 3to 6 CQ_
\\ \\! 1 |j|SGE~£/ quainted with wear- popular shoe than years «JUC
vSSSv II 111 ' n ff Qualities as well these woven sandals! * *i ,„ L .. ... , c TT *
as appearance of They come with $1 White Wash Suits
these high -grade Cuban heels which Just what the children need for
shirts and when they ,hTm •"*"“- 67c
can purchase them at comfortable. Sizes JsS/l vals. sizes 3to 8 y.ar5..,..
J h 4toB ‘ Khaki Play Suits
u . y , ,* m ,n All White, *ffllw*as«Lsr * L-J Fast-color khaki cloth, with red
naii-dozen lots. Blech A White, jdpr, trimming; full length, short .-l Q
_. . . " . ... Ten A Brown, AMhafFt I sleeves; sizes 2to 6 years... *** c
Plsin Whit* «ad Fancy Broadcloth*, Madras, Per- ..J White A • ' 1
calas and Raynn Striped Madras. Blonde. 1 K»efa»n »—. . Girls’ 590 Slips
: * rirti IM> Of # muslin, lace or embroidery -
trimmed models; size 4 to 0 4 _
/ w ye%rs o4c
Y. B. Stout Cape Collar and || White Ysch tig Caps, with black
Tl 1 • n V. M V* patent leather visor; all 00.
*•£■* ** (Wandv Dresses ®Vf —”s
msd vi&UIIUJ 1/1 VUUVv \Jk ■ ■ Os fancy straws and braids, in
Y*J ff w many of the wanted shapes Q’7-
J f L and colors; ribbon trimmed. ** l ~
// /\ Rayon Gowns
\ A \ 1) l > ) Beautiful quality, plain tailored
ijl 'k \ \\ Sp—i jF // and lace-trimmed styles;- CQ^.
, il 1 A scientific- ■ VB / pastel tones
YtfTW\J/ a,,yr made : —~—r ,
THmilfJwi/ belt that T ~. .. ft >K' V Seconds $1 Rayon Undies
actually re* JUSt the smartest styles one could pOS- ys\ An assortment of sought-after
mff ™r s h“™": siMy im ** ine - 50 co °' and Mnctivt for fifii, KwSmS.'nTS.f™'. 39c :■
ful effects. home or street wear. They are made of / 1 \ # Sfcond Floor #
• * b * features fresh crisp organdy that will retain its 7 U V « $2 Overall Beach Pajamas
Abdominal * origjn.l finish after tubhings. (J\V *”
Support* Attached to Bolt Scalloped edges, large cape collar or VTI bri ! ht I c , olored prmts ‘ $1.77 '
Reinforced Diaphragm capelet styles, in pink, peach,' orchid, \ 1 Full cut S res ••■ • ■ 9
D.t.cK.bl. Shoulder Stm,. *««". ">»'« blue. Many with rib- \| p,rfjt <,ufm' p to
Sixes 38 to 52 bon bows and contrast color binding. //IV an assortment of smart new c*-i
_ , _ . _ ,y Vi prints; fast colors; all sizes.. *r* |
$1.50 Full-Fashioned Picot
, Top Silk Hose
Now and Popular Weaves in tl S m to7 fi o r
i t /, C Til 7 1 r 11 • $3 Wool Bathing Suits
oummer Wash fabrics
Fix J s3* Hat Boxes v
Ever y smartly dressed woman or miss owns several or *s?: I
more attractive cotton frocks, thev are so easy to make, so made with hat form, lock «i t 9g
y J "of And key and two *
easy to launder and look so cool. All fabrics in this assort- •—sl Fringed Shades —*
ment are guaranteed fast color and tubproof. opaque cioth window shades.
qH regulation size, perfect gual-
JjH ity; white, ecru and greens.
dK 45-in. Hard-twist Voile $1 Rayon Voile
An • O . . jr*A* A m 40 Inches wide, in an assortment
JV », <»■ 4U-in. rrinted Batiste of clever new bright-colored prints;
Pdm 40-in. Printed Organdy I summ? iSS* . ine ! i . Pe . nSl !? 59c
M\ % m 40-in. Printed Chiffon Voile I y i • 39c Cannon Towels
U\° m 36-in. Rayon Stripe Madras ■ W 05"
\jcr Si Cs> p . 36-in. Tissue Voile double thread, perfect quality
I* a \ c&i A' 36-in. Lace Stripe Voile 39c Cretonnes
/ph IF® __ F Rmaiilar - Yard wide, new chintz patterns <
I & 36-m. Printed Broadcloth . * [I for Summer drapes, bed sets, 25c I
40-in. Printed Voile BBcl “* Q“»l'tie. piuqw,, « r . p..t .
or? • n i , \\r 5-Pc. Curtain Sets
X. 00-in. Basket Weaves 1 Cream-color voile, ruffled valance
D . . n j i »* rayon overlock stitch in rose. blue.
36-m. Plain Broadcloths r,,,t sreen orchid and gold, au aq~
■ vards long - ;
_ ~ _ , . $1.50 Bed Pillows
Special rurenaee . . . W. &J . Sloane , Large size 20x27 Pillows, catered
v v mm v with feather proof sateen. 100% Cl
$9.75 Heavy Felt-Base Rugs i -" , r;'rr;r •
00 Women's Summer-weight Union
Size 9x12 ft. & Suits, hand top and shell
■fir . S #_T QO . _ „ _ trimmed knee. Rrfrular and OC
BHr roo™* o*oo $3 Screen Doors »^:'l yonSlrip rv^r*
Subject t® Slight Imperfection* Summer weight, regular and extra.
Be on hand early tomorrow to secure several of a, _ m m sizes. Built-up shoulders IQ j
WKmlW *hese high grade rugs away under price. Choice of six jj .5/5 IBHBI i. nd bo(licP to P
■ter attractive patterns suitable for any room in the home. I * HHRI *“ Sc -miTe? -
IHr $l4 Congoleum $4 Felt-base Rugsso.BB J* Haw Washwell Sheets
Mmlrm Qarl •? Ft Congoleum, Certalnteed md Maule frame Every sheet perfect quality, g 1
IVlaKe oXld rt. other Makes , Extra length for double beds..
RugS, $7.88 6x9-foot size. 100 rugs to sell at and B alvanlzed p;|| nw .,,„ °
Extra large size that ordinarUy this price. Plain colors, tiles and wire, size bJRMMNI z * c “Hlowcases
are very hard to stcure. These are carpet patterns. 30x78 inches; BflfcßMW . 42x36 size.
! all perfect qusUty and In desirable , ° * ’ lowcase cotton, finished with Ig
patterns. $6.95 Imported for front ° r ■ BMBB , wide hems: run of the mill.
EXTRA Grass Rugs rfar dpor! ’• $1 (81x90) Sheets
r D eo QO . _ Full double-bed size, heavy grade
300 Grass Rugs su.oo 75c Window Screens sheeting cotton, free from
c:__ 97_<i i_ __ starch or dressing. Slight CQ„
aixe S/SS4 IS. Ij g\ _ Sises SxlO feet and SxlJ feet for 55c imperfections DJ^C
Re,ulmr 99c large rooms. Heavy double-warp _ , % •
Grade rice straw, with Upebound edges. Continental make, maple 39c Pillowcases
, Limit, four Omen blue and brown round, with ftmme. s h galvanized 4 5x38’ size, superior grade
— stencuea designs. pillowcase cotton;, deep iq
$14.95 Hodges Ratt&nia Rugs $4.95 Dinner Service # Pm^ ’i'' v -■-—»
9x7V, ft. .nd 7t/ 2 xl0!/, ft. Si... . Q « $2.69 > , S1 S" w f”* ’
Aij opportunity that probably will not be pre- Jig, (i) a 32-pc. service for six people; assorted colors; deep scal
sent.d again this season, high-grade fiber rugs in a |J— — green or iyory luster finish loped egpea; some pieced, r 7Q t » i
j good selection of patterns and colorings. £ Splendid value. at top ,
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