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COURT DURING DAY San Francisco Official to Be Arraigned Today on Mur der Charge. By the Associated Press SAH FRANCISCO. June 8.—Frank J. Egan, for 11 years San Francisco public defender, faced arraignment in Superior Court today on a charge cf murder. With him to be arraigned were Verne Doran, convict and former Egan chauf feur, and Albert Tinnin. an ex-convict formerly employed by Egan. All three ; were indicted by the grand jury Sat urday, charged with responsibility for the death of Mrs. Jessie Scott Hughes. 59-year-old widow and reported bene factor of Egan. Surrendered Yesterday. Egan surrendered to police yesterday, ending an intensive search which be- i gan Saturday. Egan. Doran and Tin nin were indiclea that day, following Doran's purported statement to police the slaying of Mrs Hughes was guided by Egan and earner, out by the two i former felons. Doran said in his asserted confession that Egan was hard pressed for money and was the beneficiary of Mrs. Hughes' life Insurance and a legatee in her will. The former chauffeur said he and Tin nin were coerced by Egan into killing Mrs. Hughes under a threat of being railroaded back to prison. Doran has since been sent to prison for robbery and then returned here, while Tlnnin's parole was revoked. In his statement Doran told of run ning a heavy automobile over Mrs. Hughes' body and then hurling the body into a street to make it appear she was the victim of a hit-and-run auto mobile driver. Attorney Won’t Talk. No hint was given by Egan concern ing his movements while a fugitive. He slept last night in a cell at the county jail. , . . The grand jury convened last night with the expressed intention of consid ering whether Vincent Hailinan, Egan's attorney, obstructed justice by keeping Egan out of the way of police from Saturday to Tuesday. Hailinan. called before the jury, declined to testify on the ground he might incriminate nim- j self and the jury adjourned without , taking action. BOOSTERS TO PLAN CHESAPEAKE CRUISE -j Merchants and Manufacturers’ Committee to Hold Meeting Thursday. Pinal plans for the twenty-second annual Chesapeake Bay booster trip of the Merchants and Manufacturers’ As sociation the week end of June 18 will be worked out at a meeting of the i Booster Committee tomorrow morning In the headquarters of the merchants' group in The Star Building. Dr, M. G. Gibes, committee chair-1 man. urged that members expecting to make the trip obtain eariy reservations to be assured of accommodations. A golf tournament at the Hampton ’ Golf Club and a swimming contest at the Hotel Chamberlain swimming pool at Old Point Comfort, Va„ will be fea- | tures of the cruise this year. according i to James E Colliflowcr, chairman of the Entertainment Committee. Charles Frame, head of the Itinerary Committee, slid the greater portion of the time would be spent cruising on the waters of Chesapeake Bay and ad- j jacent rivers, with a trip planned to the Virginia Capes. The voyage will begin Saturday afternoon, June 18. re turning early Monday. REMOVAL STORY DENIED ; I Gov. George A. Parks of Alaska to Stay, Say Interior Heads. Interior Department officials said yes- j terday the administration of George A. Parks—Alaska's Governor—is entirely ; satisfactory and that published stories that he is to be supplanted are without: foundation. Col. James Gordon Steese. who is in ' Alaska on a pleasure trip, W2s said in Seward reports to have been selected to j succeed Parks. Interior officials gave Steese letter of introduction and they ] believe that their presentation has given rise to a misapprehension as to the t purpose of his visit. Two Are Drowned. McALESTER. Okla., June 8 (VP).— Mrs. Floyd Sandlin. 36. and Mary | Frances Bost, 13, both of Hartshorne, were drowned Monday in Dow Lake, I near Haileyville. in an attempted rescue ! of Sara Belle Kay, 12, who was saved i by others. All were members of a Sun- j day school picnic party.I VJ U 5 < o o A s i-4 o w 53 H o H < 03 6 o ss o Now, while railroad fares are less , than ever before, is the time to go west through Canada’s Rock ies! Store up unforgetable pic tures of snow-crowned peaks, glaciers, pine-scented forests, jewel-like lakes and mighty Mt. Robson itself. . . Stop at Jasper ; Park Lodge in the world's largest I National Park. (On Iy $8.00 per day j ♦brrt-omandmeals.JAskforbook- ' let and complete information. *116 50 II HOUND TRIP FARE TO VANCOUVER — or include Canada via Toronto, if desired, in your trip to California, no i extra cost! GEO. L. BRYSON, norm 220. Shnreham Bldf. 15th and ••If S'roots N.W. Washington. D. C. Phone National 2333 Canadian National flht Xafjat foulu rnjJyttuK uc odmiricA. I Nationally Famoiu 39c to 98c Toiletries PONDS acaJ 3f~$l 5flc hits Lncuentine 2.°4) Sheet* Lady Janis Cleansing Tissue 98c Size Bath Salts in Glass Crystal SOc Size Tek Tooth Brushes S<ze Colrates Tooth Paste r»Oe Size Castile Soap tide Size Roger of Gallet race Pouder CUc Size Yhaudou Astringent Cream •19c Size Sodiphene Antiseptic Size Witch Hazel 1 9Sc Box*' Sachet •9c Size Hair a Grain Shampoo JWc Size Lady Janis Water Softener OPEN UNTIL 9:30 P.M. THURSDAY %-In. Garden Hose 25 Feet for Full $1.75 Valum Excellent grade of black hose, com plete with couplings. Limit, two to • customer. $1.50 Candlewick Bedspreads 1 8 0s 105 i n c h • i. Handmade, rote, gold, green, or chid. Beau tiful for Summer. High-Grade WALL PAPER Per room lot, 1 Values from $3 to $5.95. Enough for 12x14 - foot rooms —ceil ing, lids , walls, bor ders. Come early — just 500 room lots. r>nc Size Hair Dye t'Oc Size Lyon A Lyon Theatrical Cream liOc Size Lvon £ Lvon Strawberry Cream . A Lemon Cream 63c Size Ponds Cold Cream 30c Size Phillips Milk of Magnesia ^B^L ■ W) Resinoi. ^BbBB* 30c Size Yardieys Milk or Lavender Cream H^K While Quantity Lasts. Take Advantage HHH H This Spectacular Offer! ^ ~ White Linen Laundry Soap. 30 Cakes, $1.00 Hand Tumlce Soap, ItO Cakes, $1.00 lllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHI DOLLAR DAY brings you the most sensational values we have ever offered at any time. Plenty of Free Parking Regardless or how extraordinary the values may seem you know ever article is first class and perfect v quality. The buying power of your dollar tomorrow is indicated by the former prices of $1.19, $1.25, $1.39, $1.49, $1.75, $1.98 and even higher. Many items are not advertised because of the limited quantities. Shop through the store—look for special signs. Buy for future use, buy gifts for Fathers’ Day, for friends, for bridge parties, etc. The savings are truly remarkable. WOMEN’S AND CHILDREN’S WEAR •i.AMOSET 70c CHOCO LATES, also "Pegiry Kel !cgs" dark and milk choco late, assort 3 lb». lor S1.00 COSTUME .IEAV ELRA’, necklaces, pendant*, bracelets, initial clips, ear rings, pastels and 2 for white. WOMEN'S SI.98 BATHING SLITS, all wool, latest models, popular new colors. WOMEN’S SI.50 SILK INDIES, genuine French crepe dance sets, panties, step-ins, jJiojcg slips. CELLl’-ETTES. nationally known brand of sanitary napkins, regularly 21c box. J^x in 7 boxes for 51.29 SIDE-HOOK GIR DLES, new mesh and bro cade. Sites 26 to 34. Also brocaded foundations, 34 to 46. 49c LINGERIE, run-resist ant and mesh step-ins, panties and bloom- 9 ers. Sites 34 to 44, ° 69c RAYON AND COT TON SLIPS, white, peach and flesh. All reg- 2 for ular sites. $1.19 GOWNS AND SUPS nade of beautiful rayon crepe, full cut sixes 34 to 44. . WOMEN'S 69c to 9 8c SWEATERS, with or with out sleeves, newest colors; all regular 2 for sizes. GIRLS’ 98c DRESS AND HAT SETS, crisp organdies (t>B and lawns, beautiful sortmcnt. Sizes 2 O tnr“m to 6. L 10F BOYS’ 2-PANTS SUITS of fine quality broadcloth and percales. Sizes 2 O (nrYl to 6 years. “ JL 69c CREEPERS AND^i ROMPERS, with or with-(£B rut sleeves, dimities, lawns, tbB broadcloth. Sites O (nr T B 1 to 3 years. L Ior KNIT UNION SUITS for beys and girls, cool and comfy. Sizes 2 A X__ to 6. * lur “Royal Purple” Silk Toe to Picot Top Chiffon Hose Pairs for Same Quality Last Year 98c Our famous “Royal Purple'* brand, full-fashioned, perfect quality. Also service weight; 8% to 10; beauti ful shades. Buy for vacation days. Every woman loves nice hosiery, and a box of six pairs makes a gift that will surely be appreciated. Truly Amazing Values! $].98>«2 50 and «3 Summer Low Shoes Three Styles Are Illustrated Each in Black Kid and Patent. Cool, comfortable, perfect fitting footwear especially priced at one dollar for this important national event. Buy for months to come. The genuine savings are most unusual. Sizes 3 to 7. Half the Price, Twice as Smart! Washable Frocks 2 for Last Year Dresses of the Same Quality were Real Bargains at Twice the Price! Cotton is the ideal Summer fabric! Sizes 14 to 52 Sheer and Heavy Cotton Prints Sleeveless and Short Sleeved Pleated and Flared White Collars and Rufflings GUARANTEED FAST COLOR! Here’* Your Chance to Buy a Beautiful Hat for Every Dress. Cl Dollar Day, each X A great Sears purchase fresh, | new, beautiful hats in many shapes. White, pastels, c o 1 ors, c o m b i n a t ions. All headsizes. Excella Pattern E3727—25C Exquisite New Silks Regularly Low Priced at 69c to 98c Dollar Day, 2 yds. for 33 and 39 inches wide. In cluded are all-silk shantungs, crepes, georgettes, radium I and channelise. 45c All-Rayon Taffeta 3 yds. for. 39 inches wide. Large as sortment of colors. Make lovely slips and bedspreads as well as novelties. 24c Pastoral Prints 6 yds. for. These are the finest prints made and are shown in the new and colorful 1932 pat terns. 36 inches wide. All tubfast. 15c White Broadcloth 10 yds. for. Genuine Peppered broad cloth weave. Full 100x64 thread count. DOMESTICS 25c Tl'RKISH TOWELS.fS . 23 x 46 - in. double - loop\H yarns; fast-color C i.-Yl border . u lur ■ “PATEX" KITCHEN?* TOWELS, 18x36 inches:\B first time ever H L.tI so low priced... * J| 4 2x 3 6 -IN. PILLOW-^| CASES, made of good^* grade of bleached muslin.tRl ^fe,yhfm; 12 for 89c and T9c BED SPREADS. 80 x 105^1 Inches. Striped designs,JSB inoidro.,f:..b,ur: 2 for j DOCBLE BLANKETS.JB made of fine combed\l cotton. *0x80 in.- NcwtI plaids and stripes. Apr. ■ Men! What "a Buy Even at Double This Price Fine Shirts Dollar Day, Buy for Father*’ Day. The*e are fresh, new, perfect qual ity broadcloth shirts—collar attached, in white, plain col ors and new stripes. Get a supply and sare. Sizes 14 to 17. Shirts and Shorts 4 for ^ 1 Fine Broadcloth Shorts, with balloon seats for comfort and wear. Sizes 30 to 42. Also Swiss Ribbed Athletic Shirts. Sizes 34 to 44. CHECK THESE OUTSTAND ING HOMEWARE VALUES $1.10 WILLOW CLOTHES® BASKET and Sturdy^* $1.00 Ironing Board,1?! both for.. 8 $1.98 and S2.98 CLOCKS.;® novelty, boudoir andffH electric, alarm. YV'onder-tpB ful buy, each. B METAL FERXERY. strut!® legs, roll edges, 25 in.CB high, 26 long. 9>£ wide.'f'B Green enameled. 8 $1.50 MAGAZINE BAS-aB KET. embossed Spanish\B leather effect. A" ■ beauty for jj II $1.50 METAL LTILITvfB CABINET, for corners, door with' metal cIIp-tB | B8xcd-in bock . J| 24 - INCH WINDOW^ SCREENS, extension to*B 33 inches, heavy pB mesh, hardwood 2 for I frames . “ 25c lS-YEA^SILVER^^ WARE, lovely RosalindTH pattern. Forks, StainlessaB Steel Blade *rB Knives, T e a, C B Table Spoons. * | “NO-O-DR” HEALTHdi PILLOWS, feather stkB washed clean of animalJnB matter. Pure, 9 fnrYB | odorless. *■ 1Pr I 3-PC. CRYSTAL J U GjfB SET, with black covers can be con venientl y*r H placed In refrigerator... I $1.35 20-GALLON GAR-j4 BAGE PAIL, lock • typcXB coven hot dipped gal-*rl va nixed steel. H TRIANGULAR OIL MOptV cleans, dusts, polishes.xH Also 8-oz. b o t t 1 e*rl polish, both for. 1 |~49c ETCHED GLASS WARE, bon-bon, pickle dishes, salad plates, rake stands, etc. Rose or green. PAINT YOUR AUTO! l£fl quart enamel and 1 pintJSI top dressing, both for... ■ O L - O - T E X”^ TABLE SQUARES.** pyroxalin coated, fleeced jr)* back, stainproof, crack-T* proof. Colors. 51.50 LINEN CRASH?* LUNCHEON SET, 54x54-1* Inch cloth; six napkins'* 13x13 to match. * 51.00 LACE BOUDOIR^ PILLOWS, kapok filled,** plain rayon, lace |;r,2 hr J. I 89c RAYON DAMASKdtf PILLOWS, kapok filled,** covered with rayonAH jacquard. £ for I Lovely . DIAMOND METAL PEN^* men's or women's, 14-kt.l* gold point, guaranteed"* for life. HE I Open Until ^ T A H C "TS?*" TOMORROW JLArVj __130_ ffi5^N§IWRCROADA/I^5thANDHSTs!N!E7 15c MARQ VISETTE.tfl suitable for Summer cur-\H »o yJ» 29c to 39c CRETONNES.Jjfl 36 in., washable, sunfast.VtH Very beautiful C vJ patterns. u Ju®* ■ $1.25 ICE CREAM tV FREEZERS, 2-qt. white >■ pine wood tub, rust re- *r ■ slsting steel gears. « Make Your Floors Lovely for a Trifling Cost Floor-O-Leum Perfect A SQUARE t'ertect /■ YARDS Quality F0R Regularly 39c and 49c Yard About 1,000 yards in full rolls, per mitting tbe purchase of the proper amount in each pattern for any room; 6-foot width in very smart patterns— now discontinued. 18x32-in. COTTON CHE NILLE RUGS; washable, reversible, beau- O for $1 tiful colors 1 FIBER RUGS, 30x60 and 36x72 inches; new, $1 colorful. . . X Sporting Goods $1.59 FIELDERS GLOVE, genuine horschide, oil treated; soft, pliable. ■ $1.79 PITCHING HORSE- !?■ SHOES, cold rolled steel. lweSation Set of four j LIFE PRESERVER BOATaI CUSHION, kapok filled. simulated leather; approved U. S. Govt.. jf MOHAWK GOLF BALLS, a| standard size; g JSI while they last.... I “CROSS-CO UNTRY" MOTOR OIL. 100', pure Penn., finest it is possible ^nl 2-gallon can Boys’ Wear 55c HERCULES. JR. WORK SHIRTS, fine for vacation days. O Sizes 12 to 14'. . . J I0F $1.59 & $1.79 BREECHES, khaki twill, gray and tan whipcord. Sizes 9 to 18 years . BOYS’ WASH S V I V S . fruit-of-the-locm fabrics: d>B sleeved and sleeve- ^2 less. Sizps 3 to 8 O 1 9 years .. BOYS’ $1.55 LINEN aB LONGIES, washable. 3-\9 inch extension waistband. tB Sizes 9 to 18 years. Electrical Goods I $1.98 ELECTRIC SAND WICH TOASTER, nickel (£9 plated. wood handle Jgl free” A bargain for ELECTRIC B A T II TH BRACKET, with extra out- \B let. all porcelain finish; nB pull chain socket. M I PENETRATING SEARCH LIGHT. 5C0-ft. focusing (>B head, chromium plated: «pB highly polished; complete B with cells. I ELECTRIC STOVE, made cf stamped steel, chrome J^B plated, black legs, 759-watt Cl element, l^hcd' Complete for NOVELTY ELECTRIC afl LAMPS, complete with\H shades, cord and plug. tI Wonderful values at. ■ $1.79 BEAUTIFUL LAMP Tl SHADES, for Junior. \l fe Choice *1.98 B ATH R O O M I?B LIGHTING FIXTURE for \9 sidewall; chromium plated. tI Modern, beautiful. ■ $2.98 5-LIGHT CEILING ^B FIXTURE, metal, in golden\B broyze. for dining or living room . 9