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THE WASHINGTON TIMES: THURSDAY; AtJGUST J.5; 1918.
12 -m -i GETS 1 YEARS FOR KILLING DRY AGENT Seven years was Uie verdict re turned by a mixed Jury composed of six "wets" and as many "drys" in the cue of Junii Davis, thirty-three, cqlored, who, on the night of June 25. ebot'and killed J. C. Shellborse, a Vir ginia State prohibition agent, while on board a southbound Southern train near the city limits of Alexandria. Sbellhorse with two co-workers were In the act of searching for "booze" on the moving train when the shooting took place. The iurv deliberated for more than six hours. As the Jury Anally filed, into the Jury box to make known ltSi verdict Davis betrayed only silent j Interest. When asked how he felt he grinned and said, "Fine," When Informed that he would soon know bis fate he grinned once more and replied, Tes, I hope it's somethln' good." During' the trial Attorney Robin son Moncure, counsel for the priso ner, attempted to prove that Davis Is mentally unbalanced. Davs spent three years at the Government hos pital for the insane. I Moncure appealed from the decision on behalf of his client on the grounds that the Jury found their decision contrary to tbe evidence and law of the case. Tbe appeal will be re viewed later bytJudge Barley. EW1PEY DENIES HE SLURRED DRAFTEES EAGLE RIVER. Wis., Aug. 15 "It's all wrong. I didn't say It," Arthur Guy 'Empey declared here today when told that the report was going the rounds of the press to the effect that he lost his captain's commission be cause of derogatory statements he made about drafted men when he spoke at the National Theater in Washington. Enioiv said that he had received a telegram from New Tork branding! tbe report as pro-German propaganda. He explained that be had been made a. captain, but on account of a new rnllhg from Uie adjutant generals office, no captains could be made from civilian life. He was, therefore, hon orably discharged, he says. HOLD-UP MAN FIRES ON PURSUER -A daylight hold-up man who fired a shot at Frank Mitchell. 720 Thir teenth street northwest, when being pursued after robbing the cash regis ter In the store of Nicholas Versis. 1401 Ninth street northwest while holding William Versis, a fourteen-year-old youth, at bay with a revol ver. Is being sought today. Young Versis. was in the store shortly after 1 o'clock In the after noon when the robber entered and asked for a cigar. As Versis turned to reach for a box. the robber called to him, "Throw up your hands!" Ver sis saw the pistol and did as com manded. The robber then rifled the cash register, taking about 450, and as be backed out of the store he said to yonng Versis: "If you holler. Til shoot to kllL." When the tblef reached the pavement. Versis, ran out and cried for help. Mitchell was passing and. learning from Versis that the fleeing man had robbed the store, started in pursuit. The thief ran Into an alley, and when he saw Mitchell on his trail palled tbe pistol from his pocket and fired. Mitchell stopped and the robber es caped. ' SPAIN SENDS MISSION LONDON. Aug IE. A Spanish mili tary commission accompanied by a nurdber of Spanish editors has gone to France at the Invitation of the American general staff. They will follow the operations of the American army. The members of the commission In clude Gen. Frederlco Monteverde. Majors Luis Firndo de Saint Germain and Pedro Ellzabeld. Capt. Enrique Monton. Marquis Valdel Gleslas. editor of Epoca Leopoldo Vejarano. df El Liberal; Esteban Colantes, of tbe Fabra agency: Gulllernd Bruno, of Vozglpuzcoa and Eduardo Galzet. of ImparclaL 3rJL ORIENTAL RESTAURANT 1347 Pa. Ave. N.W. Offnnfetpal BMc Jut Across the Way.) AMERICAN and CHINESE CUISINE NOW OPEN Up-to-TJate, JJedrrn. Sanitary. Imported Chinese Delicacies. Special ArtenrJoB te After-Theater Parties. OHstHORNIHG LOANS On Diamonds, Watches, and Jewelry (Sooth of Highway Bridge) KXCX.C BCslAESS TRASS ACTED BITELY 1TIEUE. Take cars at 12th at. and Pennsylv a are. tor south end of Highway ridge. One car ticket each way. Women's Hand Bags and Vanity Books Special Assortment frf QQ Women's Hand Bags, Vanity Books" and Pursei, in an assortment of new and novel shapes, as well as nnmerons practical and serviceable "ty8, j0 black and colors. All made ol good quality leathers and finished In superior style. Goldeohers's First Floor. Summer Store Hours: J):15 A. M. to 6 i. 31. IT PAYS TO k DEAL AT CMiiifefeMil 0TH SIDES OF 7 AT K ST. THE DEPENDABLE STORE Beautiful New Ribbons 5-inch Ribbons, in moires, satins, light and dark fancies and a complete assortment of light and dark shades for hair bows, sashes and other 7 V, purposes Fine Quality Ribbons, includincr taffeta with satin strine. tilam worm and satins, in pink, blue, mais, Copenhagen, black, savy. blue, nile, white Q7 and other es. .1. Coldcnbtrgs Flirt Floor. Women's White Footwear Up to $3.50 Values, at pZi.ZiU Women's White Canvas Pumps and Oxfords. Discontinued lines; high and low heels. All sizes in the Jot from 24 to 7. Clearance of Women's Low Shoes ' Worth Up to $7 a Pair (fro ?Q at a Pair .'.... fpO.OU Although wearing lime for summer. footwear is at its height, we must clear stocks of broken lots and incomplete lines therefore this sweeping reduction on women's low shoes tomorrow. . This season's most popular styles are included In this sale. Pumps and Oxfords of gray, brown, patent colt and black kid leathers, with high or low heels; welted or turn soles. Sizes in the lot from 2 to 7. ' Advance Showing of New Fall Dresses Moderately Priced for Early Selection $16.50 to $45.00 Nowhere in Washington will you find a more complete stock, a better assortment, prettier styles or finer materials than we are prepared to show tomorrow in New Fall Dresses and Frocks. From the less expensive gar ments to the higher priced models you will find the same careful workman ship, the same' attention to details, of trimmings and styles, as you would expect in dresses costing twice as much. Pay our dress section a visit tomorrow and acquaint yourself with the authentic styles for fall and winter, 1918-1919, and at prices much lower than elsewhere. Featured for tomor row are charming dresses of C&arineuse French Serge ' ' 0j- iV Chiffon Twills Chiffon Taffeta III 40 IS eW Satin Georgette Crepe J?aU StuleS 'Wool Jersey Men's Wear Serge J . "' U Colors of Navy, Black, Burgundy, Taupe, Brown, Green and Khaki. V 1 Vi " """eCTr V"lcT H 1 1 Women's Silk and Fibre Hose "Seconds" Jbf $1,15 Values, QFp Women's Thread Silk and Fibre ,MIxd Hose, In black, white, Russian calf, gray, navy blue, taupe and other shades; seamless foot, double sole, heel and toe; good elastic "garter tops; subject to slight manufacturer's imperfections, which will in no way aneci ine wear or appearance. w5? TVomea's "Bura Hose, light weight; the hose knit to at. Is white- and black. Stain less foot, double sola and toe. Sec- AKt onds ol the regular 75c value........ 1i)V Waseca's Lisle Hose, seamless foot, double sole, heel aad toe, In black and SF. white .- OdC 3 pairs for ax.ee: x,, wxii v4.c- with double knee. sole, heel aad toe The most practical hose tor boys, being specially knitted to give lasUng service. Sizes 6 to . at We. Sixes 8W to 11, at . GIdabeTSs Flnt Floor, Special Offerings in Summer Toilet Needs 7c Pond's Tarnish lag Of. or cold creani tuba Odorous, relieves exeesalvef Qa ersp!ratIon: bottle ......... A Babeoek New Bottsrfiy Taleast fowder. ffcest quality, with fr-in-ant and refreshing scent. QKt via. i.tr f tha VaBer Toilet Soap, three cakes 12C for wmismst Tsti ssi rentier, all odors, can 15c Jtaaaa Cavalier VsitUstng If. CreaasrJar ................ iv 39c 50c 15c Febec Tooth Pasest, tabe ...t , Bleb's 87 Xa, large class-stoppered bottle...... Cauda Stiver Polish, ter GoldeabusS mot Heo. August Sale of High-Grade NEGLIGE SHIRTS Made to Sell for $1.50 to $1.75. at $1.15 iSd dozen Men's High Grade Negligee Shirts, from one of our best shirt makers, made of fine quality printed madras, per cales and crepes. All perfect quality, full cut sizes and hand pressed, the pattern includes the season's very best Shirts made to sell to the best trade at 1.50 and $1.75. AH colors fast. Sizes 13 to 17. Men'i Norfolk and 'New Brmuwick Under wear, or white same Hen's Thread Silk Half Hose, in black and plain colors; reinforced heel and toe, Sec- iff onds of the regular 60c and 69c values. ... fxU C Mea'g Faultless Pajamas, of madras, crepe, cambric and other high grade materials, perfect quality. Valnes worth to 1 TQ SZ50 ....G , Jlole7 Meo's Harris Make Suspenders, of fine qual ity mercerized lisle webbing, in plain 9Q. colors only. Worth 60c OVC ' Attractive Values -In Dainty Undermuslins Women's Bavelope CbesaUe, of soft Cnlsh nalnook, trimmed with lace and embroidery In back 7Qr and front: all sizes I7U Corset Covers, of nainsook, trim med with wide or narrow embroid ery and ribbon run beading: well made and finished; sizes np KQ Women's Kartra- etso nightgowns. of soft finish muslin, tucked yokes and long sleeves: finished with neat raffle around neck. and sleeves: cut generously fulland QSp Goldenbui TtW Floor. Round White Aprons . At 39c New arrival of Women's 'White Aprons, of striped dimity, with era broidery ruffles,, in assorted pat terns: wide tie strings. Dainty round shape. Goldeabercs Third Floor. Bungalow Aprons At $1.69 Women's Bungalow Aprons, of One quality percales, in assorted ntet'-pfctterns. Open front,' kimono sleeve and square neck; ' finished with pocket and belt in back. Full cut and well made. GoIdesbenca Third Floor. Men's and Young Men's Suits 4 m Regular Prices $25.00, $27.50 and $30.00 $21.00 This lot consists of our high-gradePclothing in finest quality materials and high standararjnailoring; most desir able patterns; neat plaids, mixtures, stripes, dressy gray effects, brown mixtures and many others In full and half lined; Sizes 33 to 42. $21.00. &PALM BEACH SUITS Natural Tan Color Pvrv ii?r riMk thft penuint. Palm Beach label aad is '"ell faaored aria" finished in superior manner. Now is the time to bayyoHr Palm Beacm Suit while this sale offers such extraordinary values. All sizes 32 to 48, including stouts. Men's Good QaaGty Khaki Pants, made of fine-twfllcd doth? double Sewed1 SCUM; pat ent buttons; cuffed bottoms; sizes 32 to 38; regular price, $2.79 $1.95. I Mm Bft 1 l.tA H T&S HP $6.75 Girls' Dresses Specially Priced for Friday Girls Middy Dretfes, $3.49 Girls' Middy Dresses, of white lonsdale Jean, with navy blue sailor collar and cuff; trimmed with three rows of white braid, sUk lacer and loose belt: full plaited skirts with deep hems: sizes 6 to 12 years. Girls' Woke Dresses, $4.98 Girls' White Dresses, of batiste, high walsted models, trimmed with lace insertion and embroidery: full skirts, with fine tucks. lace inser tion and edging trimmed, and deep bems. Finished with ribbon tasb: sizes 6 to 14 years Little Girls' 'Dresses, $1.69 Little Girls' Dresses, of gingham, in plain and combination colors, stripes and checks: high walsted models, with full skirts pockets and loose belts; sizes 2 to 6 years. Little Girls' Dresses, $1.25 Little Girls' White Dresses, of lawn, high waist Jacket effects. fuU skirts and deep hem. Choice of several new and smart models; sizes 2 to 6 years. Girls" Dresses, $1.49 Girls' Gingham Dresses. In checks, stripes and plain colors: some with white collars, loose belts and pockets; sizes 6 to 12 years Girls' Serge Skirts, $3.25 .Girls' Separate Serge Skirts. In navy blue: stylish plaited models, with waists attached; sizes 6 to 14 years. Girls' Serge Skirts, $5.98 Girls' AU Wool Serge Skirts. In navy blue; plaited models with deep hems: separate belts. Sizes 12 to 16 years. Girls Nightgowns, 79c Girls' Nainsook Nightgowns, slip over style, with kimono and set-In sleeves; trimmed with embroidery edging: lull cut sizes from 12 to 14 years. Misses' Drawers, 59c Mlases' Closed Drawers, rood quality muslin, with buttonhole bands and trimmed with embroid ery edging; sizes 14 to IS years. Goldenhen. Third Floor. Men's and Women's UMBRELLAS Special Values at hm ) Men's and Women's Umbrellas, extra fine quality taped edge American taffeta covers, 26 and 28-inch sizes; paragon frames. 'Special assortment of handles, including hardwood missions, natural woods, fancy carved and ebonies, many with six cord loops. Goldenberc's First Floor. , Women's Union Suits Worth Up to $1.00 at 69c Women's Cotton Mercerized TJsle and lisle Union Suits, V shaped necks; crochet "end French band neck and arms. Lace trimmed and Ught knee pants. Included are also "Comfy Cut" garments? sires 34 to 42. Women's Fine Ribbed Union Suits, with bodice tops; in A Kg. flesh and white: sizes 36 to 42. Seconds of the regular 79c values tOC Women's Gauze Vesta, low neck and sleeveless; taped "JOl neck and arms; sizes 36 "and 38 . 2 Boys' Porosknit Underwear, white and ecru colors; short OC-, sleeve Bhirts, kneo length drawers. Seconds of regular 60c values J C Coldenbcrg First Floor. "E. Z." Seal Jars Fnrit "B. Z" Seal Glass Fruit Jars with glass tops. The most prac tical Jars made; seals with a touch. Com plete with rubbers. Pint size, at X dozen. Quart size, at 8Se dozen. One-half gallon size, at S1.23. Ooldenbert's Basement. New Summer Jewelry Attractively Priced Solid Gold Tovalllers, fine solder ed link, solid gold chains, with S1.19 dainty ants Jeweled pend- Fearl Earrings, fine quality orien tal and white pearl settings; assort ment of popular sizes; pierced and unplerced styles. Values JTK worth to ILOO pair )Ut Dorlae Boxes, silver plated, dainty shapes. In engraved, embossed and plain polished fin- Qf Metal Bag Frames, fine ozldyzed silver finish, extension tops; some with tiny stone settings. CQn Values worth to $1.00 OVl Pearl Necklaces, graduated styles, full length; superior quality wax filled beads. In fine color ffO AQ and finish tMi.'zO Goldenberci First Floor. Regular $3.98 and $4.50 Silk Blouses At $3.69 Beautiful Blouses of Crepe de Chine and Georgette Crepe, in the season's smartest de signs round neck, new V neck, roll collar, square neck, lace trimmed, embroidered and plain tailored styles to choose from, in all the favorite sum mer shades. Sizes 36 to 46. GoIdenbcrgs Second cioor. Our Entire Stock of Men's Straw Hats Marked at Reduced Prices Every Straw Hat in the house has been repriced for clear ance a sale that provides an opportunity to buy a new straw to finish out the season at a saving. Get yours tomor row at these reductions: Goldenberg's De Luxe Straw Hats, $2.15 Smart Set Straw Hats, $1.95 Bradford Straw Hats, $1.45 New Trimmed Hats For Between-Season and Early Fall Wear $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 Featuring Special Values for Tomorrow This millinery section is the inexhaustible style-source of countless numbers of Wash ington women for its initia tive in showing the newest and most characteristic styles first, and the exceptional mil linery skill noticeable in all our models. pf TO Ready tomorrow are new Trimmed Hats, of Taffetas, Satins, Velvets and combination materials, in small, and large shapes styles of unusual beauty and smartness, which will jneet every requirement for dress, traveling or seashore wear. Stylish Feather Hats, at $3.50 and $3.98 An unusual large showing of stylish Feather Hats, which are so very popular for immediate wear. In gray, black, white and blue. ... Goldenbenr'a Second Floar. Special Display of,Dainty Summer Neckwear Ittnr Flattings, of organdy, single, double and triple ruffles. In white, also white combined with colors; also of fine quality net. with ruffles. Much In demand for collars and cuffs, CQp Flcbas, of net. with ruffles of net or point de esprite; also of organdy with net ruffles. Large assortment IQy of charming styles ............. Qu Organdy Collars, roll or flat shapes. In round or sailor back: ruffle, lace trimmed and embroidered ef- r)n Cecu . j w Shetland Veils, In white and colors: filaln and fancy meshes. Pretty, styl sh flowing Shape that adds charm and finish to sport CQy bats Utfl Galdenbers's First Fleor, Clearance of Boys' Summer Suits $4.69 Regular $7.98 Values, at Boys' Palm Beach, Mohair, and Staycool Summer Suits, in ecru, tan and natural bleached shades. Patch pocket Nor folk coat and full cut knlckerbocker pants. The thin, cool serviceable kind for summer wear. Well tailored throughout. Sizes 7 to 14 years. Boys' Sailor Salts, of dark blue "Palmer" linen with deep sailor col lar and short straight knee pants; trimmed with regulaUon style. Guaranteed fast color. Sizes & to 10 years of QA A( "Mother's FrfendV "Creseent" and "Stonewall" voaa Salts for boys from 3 to s years of age. In white a nd colored effects, good quality washable fabrics. In stripes, checks and combination plain shades. Junior Norfolk, Billy Boy. Salldr and other models, with 01 CO straight knee pants and long sleeves. Special values tomorrow atvJUv)t7 Boys' Overalls, In striped and checked effects; made with AQn suspender straps and bib; sizes 2 to 5 years of age fl!7Lr First Floor Bargain Booth. Boys' and Children's Straw Hats $1.50 to $3.50 Values, at 69c Final clearance of Boys' and Children's Straw Hats, shape suit able for children from 2 to 8 years of age. Fine quality straw braids. A good range of sizes, but not in every sytle. balance of our stock selling regularly from J1.30 to $3.60. Flrml Floor Bargain Booth. Boys' Golf Cap, of fancy casslmere; full shape; unlined, taped learns, and non breakable visor. All dark patterns. Sizes 0 A At to 7. Worth 53c each ft'xO Boys' $3.50 Bathing Suits, at $1.98 Boys' Dark Oxford Gray heavy woven mixed two-ploco Bathing Suits, trimmed with whlto; form fitting and ery elaatle. Sizes ii to 1(1 years. Colilrnbers' Third Floor. n ii v 1 I i'lk ' NW :t Al ! , ( A, -