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EIDER DOUGHERTY 1 FIGHTS FOR MONEY Son Deposits Check for $149,000 Won on Derby in Own Account. By the Associated Press. QUEBEC, Quebec, June 7.—Although the check for $149,000, won on a $1 ticket in the English Derby Sweepstake. I was in a bank last night, all was not serene in the Dougherty family of ! Brooklyn. Edward Patrick Dougherty, 19, in whose name the ticket was registered, deposited the entire sum to his ac count. He had gone himself to the 1 headquarters of the Quebec army and navy veterans’ organization, which or ganized the sweepstake, obtained the check and deposited it in the bank be fore the rest of the family caught up with him. Daniel Dougherty, the father, and Daniel, jr„ accompanied by a lawyer, dashed into the bank to find Edward posing with the check for cameramen. “The winning ticket was mine,” said the elder Dougherty with a glare when invited to stand before the cameras. "I’ll come into a photo when these boys sign a paper saying they will ac cept $41,000 each, and not before,” he roared. “The boys can’t do anything with the money.” he added, “as they are minors, and I’m going to see that I get it. This isn’t the end.” WOMAN ENTERS CASE. Charges She Is Deserted Second Wife of Daniel Dougherty. NEW YORK, June 7 (IP).—' The com plexities that entered the life of the Doughertys of Brooklyn with the $149,- 000 won on the English Derby Sweep stakes were increased yesterday by the appearance of a woman who charged she was the deserted second wife of Daniel Dougherty. Mrs. Margaret Dougherty had little patience with the stories Dougherty, a Brooklyn apartment house doorman, has told reporters, portraying himself as a fond and self-sacrificing father. “Bringing up the children himself and slaving for them night and day!” she exclaimed. “It’s not true.” “He may have $14,000 and he may not. But if he has, I have two things to say, and I’ll say them to him, too. and that is I am going to sue him for support, and I’ll warn those boys that if he lays his hands on that money, It’ll be gone in a year.” Before they left for Canada last night to collect the money, Dougherty | and his two sons. Edward and Daniel, both clerks, announced they would share the money equally. editoFhonorguest OF MU-SO-LIT CLUB Sr. W. E. B. Du Bois Makes Talk Before Organization at Headquarters. Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois, who is the editor of the Crisis, the organ of the National Association for the Advance ment of Colored People, was the guest of honor of the Mu-So-Lit Club Friday night at a forum meeting of the club, 1327 R street. He was presented by M. Grant Lucas, president of the club. Dr. Du Bois selected as his theme "Abysinnia,” of which he gave a his torical sketch. The Amphion Glee Club, directed by Prof. J. Henry Lewis, gendered musical numbers. Dr. P. M. Murray, a non-resident member of the club, introduced Dr. Walter G. Crump, a noted surgeon of New York City, who gave an account of his efforts and experiences with his own race in behalf of proper recogni tion of Negro physicians, surgeons and hospitals. Judge James A. Cobb of the Municipal Court of the District of Columbia expressed greetings for Dr. Mordecal W. Johnson, president of Howard University. A feature of the meeting was the tribute to the Mu-So-Lit Club by Dr. H. B. Humphrey, a member of the Cosmos Club of this city, who spoke of his visits to Tuskegee and Hampton as a representative of the Department of Agriculture. Others who took part in the speaking were G. H. Murray, Prof. W. H. Brewer, W. L. Savoy. Dr. B. Price Hurst, Dr. J. Hayden Johnson, Dr. A. M. Curtis, Dr. E. M. Gould, Dr. W. A. Gilbert. Dr. U. G. Daniels, Dr. J. A. Earley, Dr. W. H. Wilson, Morris Lewis, W. T. Andrews. W. L. D. Wil kinson and Walter J. Singleton. President Lucas announced the names of 50 newly elected members of the Mu-So-Lit Club and Dr. Du Bois as an honorary member. ,V. F. W. SHIP RESOLUTION ASKS STUDY OF TREATY Hold Senate Should “Take Ample Time to Investigate Thoroughly” London Pact. Resolutions which had been adopted, Stating that in its opinion the Senate should "take ample time to investigate thoroughly” the London naval treaty %ere made public yesterday by the Admiral Robert E. Peary Ship, No. 427, Veterans of Foreign Wars. In giving out the resolutions P. V.! Templeton, head of the organization, | said the post had a membership of more than 1,750, with about 90 per cent in active service, including men with ranks as high as rear admiral in the Navy and major general in the Marine Corps. “We feel ourseleves well quali fied to pass an opinion on this treaty,” j said Mr. Templeton. The resolutions expressed the opinion that the United States "has taken a disadvantageous position in abandoning the 5—5—3 ratio after paying such a Seat price to obtain it at the Wash- I gton conference in 1922.” Copies of] the resolutions were to be sent to all members of the Senate and referred to the adjutant general of the Veterans of Foreign Wars for action at the national | encampment of the organization in Baltimore August 31, 130 YEARS EXPERIENCE! IN WASHINGTON Dr. Freiot ban practiced dentistry riebt here in WasbinatOh* for 30 years. In that time he has successfully treated thousands of rases. People who have suffered from many ailments have been cured by Dr. Freiot because they had bad teeth. Make sure that yours and your children's are healthy . . . have them examined TODAY. FREE EXAMINATION $lO S2O Gold Crown and Bridge Work Per Tnoib. $6 and SB. Guaranteed All Graduate Dentists. Oral Hygienist and Maids in Attendance. Pain Pre ventive Methods Used. Large. Comfort able Offices. Terms of Payment May Be Arranged. DR. FREIOT Phone National fl#l9 407 7th St. N.W. Untrance Next te Kay’s Jawetll Store || awlsisiilisaa allT«'ijawTw' 1* i i ■■ ~ ' • ■'ii'iiX'ii i ■III 50c Jar of Per-Od-Ex == SdCCIbI i. "" ~ 1 .-««• ■— * ■ ■ ■ ——7 l $1.98 = Men s 39c to 50c , I With 65c Barbasol 1 J I ~~ ITPAYS TO JL DEAL AT Sweaters | Fancy Hose 1 »*- 50c i ‘“roc" sl - 59 1 ife I Barbasol is a delightful skin » (WW/ A *P ecial purchase of light- || Ra yon -mixed hose in fancy pat- !(■ I d r a?n h tr e new a d d eodorrn? d 'creamf or M Perfection Salad / * ? . ÜBf) Whh o! H 7™ J?“T* - h * ,to * cr '* m ' by the ■ LBOTH SIDES OF 7™ AT KST. “THE I L h o„t ,' « '«* s£. 34 to 42. ■To tTi”, Main Floor. S Pineapple or Raspberry Sherbet 111 ~ " Second Floor. ~ Main Floor. H I Just in From New York! Purchase of Cool New BAnother Sensational Goldenberg Sample Tine of 1 I ~\| JYIVIFR / Purchase! 10,000 Yards 0( Tub Frocks I 0 r\ # $1.95 to $2.50 Newest I M RPESSEy Printed Silks 79‘sfk 111 Many with § jhHh Sizet jßr IMF! N tj/f W rpr 1° # c 2n Ch ir ff n n % a l! d Ge yn et i es \<£ dtf AW SS. ~SB J Dots ... White and Pastel MM SO igf —All 111 Full Bolts, and Only m m i look her prettiest of tJjgd mp/S: Cre PasteV Snor'tVnft wwt ifir Brand new patterns galore in these two beautiful i|J II M Lor "ITternoonf”'” 8 UfliHlMT* '§W • Suifs : . djintv and smart y Ml sheer Summer silks that are theoutstanding favorites f H 111 . Be . c « * t3 d C J if HI . as can be! ■ AUtiF of the season for all sorts of afternoon and evening l M M M lor both the slender IAVvIm Fashions for office, • frocks! And the price is as thrilling as the selection —why / ’ T)o take a tjf In fv.vtft - s||Bhpl| : La Jd ?or the Slender budget of 1W Plenty of cool polka dots.. .crayon prints (those soft \ H they’re bargains. F’**f-**y X\ for women and misses Who m outlines that are so flattering and cool to look at)... and dainty 1 if.**.** */*!». Vi ,ike to have ,ot * of inex- M jivTr floral patterns. In light, brilliant and dark colorings. Both are I seeond Floor. j jf, * >'tA pensive frocks for Summer 40 inches wide. / 9HMH || j pi* •"*"•***' * tel * C^ rabinationS Suntan fr $1.50 Printed >4** Qy $1.19 Imported Honan Shantungs I 89c Porto Rican Gowns j ill »* J* shades, too. lcw Silk Shantungs i v X * A full range'of Summer colors in \ |Mf | lESKffVfcI ESKffVfc A decided sports favorite for Summer-smart these rough textured shantungs that ( I \\4^| \ sdWr and washable. Widely spaced fast colored designs are so much in demand this season. / M W 4// v, I \ on natural or pastel grounds. 33 inches wide. 33 inches wide. ) w \ \ - „ . , „ . „ . 1 /\ \ \ gowns, with round, V or square I \\\ GoUenberg S—Main noor. 1/ \\ , / 1 necks. Attractively embroidered by I 1i iA m ~ • mm m m j/, j hand—in lovely colors. Women’s. hm Emphasizing the Vogue for Sheer Cottons, in a Sale of 10,000 Yds. a " d ,i “ s ; OO 1a re T | yx • | nri 11 • $1.98 Rayon Satin Slips « l ooc and 45c Lovely Printed lub rabnes “SSS.H *1.49 40-inch Printed Voile* 36-inch Printed Dimities f 36-inch Printed Lawns 36-inch Printed Batistes K ”” ZT V It is fashionable... inexpensive... and cool to include ish 1 aOOO $5 911(1 yO rK [mmVW a number of sheer printed cotton frocks in your vacation 0M M B " wardrobe —and if you do your own sewing, you’ll also M n » g V appreciate the fact that each of these lovely tubproof fab- W i*Mr ■■■ dTtt Ties is a joy to work on! Here are 10,000 yards, in ex- Wm m M W I quisite patterns-and cool colorings—awaiting your selec- ' fIMM All Fresh and New QQ tion tomorrow—at a very remarkable price. YARD in the Height aD 'W 89c Printed Celanese Flat 59c Rayon Flat Crepes Printed Rayon Chifions i . of Fashion—and f |J|| Crepes, 58c Fine-textured 36-in. » Sheer and filmy as \ P"9Tremendously Underpriced **’ Handsome celanese-and-cotton qualitv, ra }° n an 1 cottnn flat can | )e j n exquisite '£ Unless you are familiar with GOLDENBERG’S mil- A | rich and silky in appearance—and abso- crepes lor blouses, lingerie, ; cool designs that are ) * linery sales you are likely to underestimate the qual lutely tubfast. Hose of smart designs. 36 kiddies frocks, etc. White, black and a j o y to behold, and to wear; 36 tmi jty and charms of these hats... for it is not often / inches wide. colors. inches wide—washable, of course. MnXßk that $2.39 will buv beauties like these! Including \ / 59c Plain Rayon Satins Printed HoUywood Voiles 39c Fine White Broadcloth I Shimmering all - rayon \js ari , Extra fine quality print- \ Yarn mercerized qual- \ m. shades; light-weight Stitched Crepes for jßm> \jß| quality—a “best seller” for / LLIIP ed chiffon voiles, featured V ity equally appropriate \ yOL vacation wear; dainty Hair Hats with jggggS*), I costume slips especially. ) i n cool, misty prints. 200 ) £ or mascu ij ne shirts or ) off-the-face or drooping brims; Tai- Msi | 40 inches wide, in black, white and colors. pieces for selection. 40 inches wide. feminine frocks. 36 inches wide. lor J*. d IiIIL M I MAin Floor. brimmed Straws —many types —''TaPla j* a a a As am i • and colors; cool/ lacy straws ySp! I Cedarized Garment Bags SI.OO & $1.25 Boys’ $1.50 to $2.50 n^l,y braid ‘ * alore - O Summer Wash Suits colors and styles for jSK A Summer Ullfllcs High Grade A- 1T > 'Tide-how" yWli Neces.ily! A. 3 5 -|p i Sample. 51 1 5 enthuse when I 3 for II A Special Purchase in . 1 T ; ' 1 » V I •* V • you see 0® t moVh er d usVpToof * b^s y for Time for Hot Weather! Lots at Mm the, “ ! WIL jffjj | —69 c and other popular styles for little fe - || newest closing device. ... Rpantifnllv t-iilomd rlre- IZ&li fabrics in tan, blue, green, white and other Mill II % W M ".«p- \ IfAM shades. Purchase/ 10c Real Hair Netg, “Anna Ann” ,ns ar >d bloomers ideal \ nr'TVi D_„_l <PO 70 Ciaite A- _ __ I make; perfect quality, cap shape as- Summer undies because Yl 1 DO y S iV V ' am P DUKS IQ RlparllP#] I sorted shades .\.soc do*. \ \ thev are cool and so easv to 111 II fTmcUtiiiP- nf a senarate 1 ds ak UICttUICU JllCCtd 39c Rubber Tea Aprons in pretty ’ K\ nej are coo and so easj to l j if Consisting ot a separate / QC trimmed styles of many colorings..23c . \\\ launder. All are full cut [ / / sport shirt with short sleeves > I 8c and 10c Wash Cloths, Turkish /(' Y and finished prettily with K-'rrJ >= and straight English shorts to ) A Size 81x90 M knit; of good .6 for 29c dW lace or applique. match. Os khaki or covert. Sizes Bto 16 years. Inches M Goidenbfrg’s—Main Floor. Golden berg’s—Third Floor ™ _ , ... «. a. MM u • u mu m 100 dozen closely-woven, hand-torn I Eugene Permanent Wave SpCCiatl PtIPCIISISG A9 C TUPKISII double-bed sheets—greatly underpriced for' II At nnlrfonhora’e Thrift Print* l ~ this Monday Sale! All are ironed and ■ Kjuiueriuerg d miuui t ntc. Extra heavy, large, double thread bath towels—of thick, spongy quality —in this extraordinary finished with three-inch hems and are |H 57.5 D WIT I* 111 ■■ Six. 22.44 worth buying in || t Colored Border* Bleached Sheets c? r P £— v , Women’s Summer Footwear ' r c 39c Bi«ched paiow ca. e . unusually low, we use only the gen-. Boy* __ I fttCllt S' ze 4ax36 inches. Made of a fine \ psm nine Eugene sachets! and our op- dHHlik ‘ Anri j*. A"\lV n nl , quality of pillow case cotton, free l W a [H erators are highly skilled. Vacation _ Kl A 11\ I Ir.N Strap SllDDerS from starch or dressing. \ Bsi §V* || time is here already, so make your w | ______ (M * ■re**" A u* * r _ itli appointment at once. Phone Na- J[ dUIIS e rviJ_ IOC Unbleacned Uotton tioual 5220. Patents Tan, *or Children, Closely woven unbleached cot- \ Q / 25% Reductions on All Hair yl M ‘ Sizes to 8 ton of heavy, serviceable quality, s Goods During the Month of June! '5 ( 2-Tone #/ 38 inches wide. \ Bre /4 W ]II BV.UIV shon—Third Floor. S.ze. to 6 Ul/C \\ VX Combinations P JfVl! "T TTTZIir $1.89 White Dimity Spreads I 1 €!1 CC CL "i _ __ opOFt rOOiWear Two sizes—Blx9o inches and 72x99 \ a jm Lovely M.UD oneer , J , , ° ver 60 jjSESBj $4 and SS Values inches—tWo popular sizes. Ideal l .49 /« all v Boys and L»iris Styles B&BBSr . ~ . c Summer spreads. (. X Qlljr Sandals \ M p. at Great Saving* SOc Bleached Pillow Tubing IbJr JLJLjLm. yf, P » 1171 'i If I*l Heavy, round-thread quality that \ mgg W Wf \ y/ and IWPbR Cut-Outs, fTlllie contains no starch or dressing. 45 ( <K/I I HOSE V/M Oxfordsco r frt p ibl PIP ,nAns,y, “ I $1.19 Zm Si,e,< ° 2 /hg r~ ,e 11111 l Woven Sandak * W “Triple A" and oilier .veil J Boy* and Girls All Sizes v Crepe Sole Size Blx«?in'ch« for^otdjle'bedsl'f* A an /mm Extar» Sturdy “*• * ■ Sport Oxfords “ co,, °"' ,rom 1 1 ’° B and C re"foree U i ® d H !23*J~a2i*SS mSm *m. 29c Unbleached Sheeting •!. SS‘’fcJbkSUte imm Brown or QQ "c / eP * _H, JK'u,"™ l.lSd QQ 40 mehe. wide-, staunch, round- 4 - JK? J7OC . JJ, ’ i:-* *** - -»*- IyC Golden berg’*—Main Floor. Sizes Main Floor LlXtOrdS few are imperfect. B Goldenberg’i—Mala Floor. Charge Account * Invited—No Interest or Extras Aided—We Do Not Penalize Our Cn*(omer«jL— —a! A THE SUNDAY STAR. WASHINGTON. P. C., JUNE 8. 1930—PART ONE.'