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Announcement Follows Pro
longed Conference at
10 Downing Street.
By the Associated Press.
LONDON, June 10 —An official an
nouncement at No. 10 Downing street
this evening said there had been no
agreement at the conference between
representatives of the governments ot
Great Britain and the Irish Free State.
Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald
was the first to leave the conference
when it ended. He drove straight to
Buckingham Palace to report to King
George. . t , i
The announcement came just after
6 o'clock, when the conference ad
journed.
President De Valera and the three
members of his cabinet who came here
with his from Dublin left to catch a
boat train on the way home.
Crowd Gives Cheer.
A crowd which had waited in Down
ing street all afternoon gave a rousing
cheer as their automobile, flying the
Irish tricolor, rolled away.
The official announcement said:
"There was prolonged discussion on
the points at issue, but it was not found
possible to reach an agreement."
President De Valera and Vice Presi
dent Sean O'Kelly refused any com
ment.
The official communique said what
everybody knew—that Mr. De Valera
and Mr. O'Krllv had attended for Ire
land and that the British represent
atives were Mr. MacDonald, Stanley
Baldwin, Sir Herbert Samuel and J. H.
Thomas. The statement said the meet
ing had lasted all day.
Experienced political observers could
not rcrall anv similar conference which
had ended with a biunter. briefer state
ment.
Primarily this meeting was expected
t,, deal with problems directly con
nected with the Imperial Conference,
which opens in Ottawa next month.
Both sides said there would be no dis
cussion of Mr. de Valera's plan to abol
ish the Free State oath of allegiance
to Great Britain or of his determination
to discontinue payments of the Irish
land annuities.
It was believed, however, that any
discussion of Anglo-Irish problems
could not omit these paramount issues
entirely.
Extradordinary police precautions
were taken to guard De Valera and his
party. A force of Bobbies kept th"
crowds away and a burly plain clothes
man was most vigilant, even with those
who possessed credentials.
Guard Forming Report.
The Daily Herald printed a dispatch
from Dublin today saying De Valera
was forming a national guard. Although
jt was being organized on military lines,
the dispatch said, it would not be a
military body, but an athletic organi
ration. , .
De Valera was given a typical Irish
Welcome here by a crowd of his country
m°n and women at the station. Police
kept the crowds out of Downing street
itself. There jas no disturbance.
rrwo MORE ARE KILLED
IN GAS WELL EXPLOSION
foil Now Four as Fire in Missis
sippi Still Is Beyond
Control.
£v the Associated Press.
JACKSON. Miss.. June 10.—The death
list in an explosion and fire at the
Atkinson Valentour No. 1 gas well near
here late yesterday was increased to
four today.
J. W. McCarroll and Bill Taylor,
Workmen, cied this morning as conse
quences of inhaling flame.
Laurie and Wayland Attkinson,
brothers, and part owners of the well,
tiled of facial burns last night.
Jack Burnham, another worker, was
burned on the body, but his injuries
ere not regarded as critical.
The well burst into flames as the men
w^re repairing a leaking valve and blew
thtm from a platform. A spark from a
tool was blamed. The fire still is be
yond control.
FRENCH AVIATRIX DIES
Bena Bernstein, Endurance Mark
Holder, Planned New Flight.
BISKRA. Algeria. June 10 ijP).—Lena
Bernstein, the French aviatrix who set
en endurance flight record of nearly 36
hours in 1930, died here yesterday. She
„ was preparing for an ambitious dis
tance flight, but had not selected her
Objective.
Born in Russia, she left there In 1917
fend studied for several years in France
end Belgium. She began her flying
career in France and later became a
citizen of that country.
At the Juvenile Shop ...
Saturday
Special
A wonderful selection of
new, crisp, higher priced
Girls* Frocks
Sizes 3 to 16 Years
A good many with
slips to match. For
Graduation, Party, Street
and Sports Wear.
Materials:
Silk
Voile
Plain Organdy
Embroidered Organdy
and other fine Novelty
Materials
White, Pink, Nile, Maize
Blue, Etc.
Come Early to Make Beit
Selection
EXECUTIONS DELAYED
Stays Granted Seven Colored
Youths in Scottsboro Girl Case.
MONTGOMERY, Ala., June 10 C4>).
—The Alabama Supreme Court yester
day suspended the death sentence of
the seven colored men scheduled to die
June 24 for attacking two white girls
near Scottsboro. Ala., pending action i
1 of the United States Supreme Court on j
their appeals. i
TARIFF DUTY ON PIG IRON
IS RAISED BY BRITAIN
33 1-3 Per Cent Total Ordered by
Treasury for Aid of Native
Iron and Steel Industry.
By the Associated Press.
LONDON, June 10.—An additional
tariff duty of 23 \'3 per cent ad valorem
on pig iron was ordered by the treasury
today, following a recommendation of
the Import Duties Advisory Committee,
to aid the British iron and steel in
dustry.
The new duty, which raises the total
to 3312 per cent, applies to pig iron
other than pig iron smelted with char
coal; to castings weighing less than 112
pounds and to spring steel.
At the same time an order was issued
reducing to 10 per cent from 331 a per
cent the duty on wrought iron bars
produced by puddling with charcoal
from pig iron smelted wholly with char
coal, and on rolled strip over 10 Inches
wide in coils weighing more than 336
pounds.
Curfew for Strikers.
Following the serious rioting at Vienna
by textile strikers in the Isere Depart
ment of France, Vienna has been put
under curfew law. All cafes must be
closed at dusk and no public meetings
have been permitted after 11 o’clock in
the morning. More than 5.000 workers
went on strike and several cafes and
shops were wrecked during the rioting.
CANDIDATES WARNED
DENVER, Colo., June 10 (A*).—Prom
ises of candidates for political office to
serve for less than the salary provided
by law constitutes bribery, the attorney
general’s office ruled yesterday
Many citizens had Inquired into the
legal status of such campaigning.
•-•
The fins of the shark are the greatest
edible delicacy imaginable for the Ori
ental people.
FATHER AND SON SHOT
TO DEATH IN JOB ROW
ST. Loins, June 10 UP).—1Two men.
hired by the General Material Co.,
following a strike of union employes,
were shot to death In St. Louis County
today.
The slayers were seen by a berry
picker, Mrs. Alice Jordan, to run to
their automobile, leaving their victims.
Ben and Clarence Dody, father and
son, lying on a road.
BOYS’ QUARREL FATAL
WESTON, W. Va., June 10 OP).—A
quarrel over a rowboat and a shotgun
ended fatally when David Henline, 15,
shot and killed Archie McCauley, also
15. a neighbor farm boy. last night.
Police said the lads had been arguing
over their possessions for several days.
They met on a road near their homes,
and McCauley fired at dose range, blow
ing away his former friend's left side
with the weapon they had disputed.
Moses endeavors to sell its merchandise
at least 6c.\ less than it could if it did
not sell for cash.
The only exception arc in those prices set
by manufacturers
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SPECIAL LUNCHEON
Fried Chicken, 45c
With Cream Gravy.. .French Fried Potatoes
Buttered New Peas.. .Roll and Butter.
Iced Tea. Coffee or Milk.
TEA ROOM—LOWER FLOOR
SPECIAL
SELLING
New Cotton
Frocks, s3 94
A special purchase brings
these remarkably good look
ing frocks at this price.
There are embroidered ba
tistes, striped dimities and
eyelet batistes—but in an
entirely different treatment
from those you’ve been see
ing. All white, pastels and
combinations. Short sleeves
or sleeveless. Would regu
larly be much more. Sizes
14 to 38.
The eyelet dress pictured uses that
striking style of brown on white.
At the neck it uses a clever imi
tation of handmade Irish lace.
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$5 to $7.00
Bathing Shoes
54c and 94c
Beach Clogs
64c
Bathing Caps
23c to 94c
Polo Shirts
64c
Beach Pajamas, $1.94'
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A Pantie and
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Made of a fine
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Rose
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9x12 ft. $28.74
6x9 ft. $14.24
8x10 ft. $21.49
3x6 ft. $4.84
6x12 ft. $18.99
27x54 in. $3.34
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MOSES—THIRD FLOOR
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MOSES—FIRST FLOOR
4
Amazing Red uctions on 42
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One of the many suites in tomorrow's great selling; a
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6 Suites \ 6 Suites \ 4 Suites \
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and $195 ) to $298 ) to $395 )
7 Suites \ 11 Suites \ 4 Suites |
R7m'{ *195 R*"1 ‘239 R1"' ‘319
to $450 ) to $580 ) to $745 )
THESE SUITES HAVE ALL BEEN ARRANGED IN A SPECIAL DISPLAY ON THE 6th FLOOR
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"Pied Piper"
Children's Shoes
The scientifically made shoe
with health features exclusive
with these shoes.
In all styles. Today we feature
a white strap slipper with a
center buckle. Sizes CA
8>2 to 12.
Children's Beach
Sandals
Sandals in white or red with
cork sole and steel shank. Chil
dren’s sizes 7 up to misses’ i
sizes 7. Y 1
Also bathing slippers, all C A —
colors; sizes 6 to 2.
Boys' & Girls'
Vacation Wear
Boys’ QLr
camp suits. /wv*
Boys’ Ob
long pants. ,uv*
Boys’ LAr
sport shirts.
Boys’ t LQr
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Boys *)A
golf hose.
Gills' QQ
sports dresses. 'OV.
Girls’ kk r
beach pajamas. OOt
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wool swim suits. #7C
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