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KING VERDICT OF $52,575 Dwtfct Awarded in 8hU A gamut Wall Street Kim for Broken t'oa tract. NBW YORK. May l?.?A Jltfy In the supreme court ?e?ierd?y awarded ? verdict of IG3.676.4T to King <jeor?r ? f England agalaat Krneat HarrAh * Co Wall ttrMl brokera. The uruiaii government eued in tt?? Ring* name to racovar damagea for tha defendant'a failure to deliver all of lIi.OOV lona of acrap Iron according to a contract made on February 19, 1?17 The King aaked (or 1176.000 The acrap Iron waa Intended for Italy. Uraat Britain being aponaor for the ueieaaary cradlt. shipping faollitlee b?< aiue ao bad that It waa decided to divert tha order to a fac tory In Youngatown. Ohio. A diapute aroaa over the quality of tha acrap. payment waa refuaed, detlverlea were held up and tha ault waa a reaull. HOUSECLEANING TIME SUP COVERS gfT) 75c m LxrJm ^ T? Stripe Belgian Dtmwk, Woven Iinane Cretonne* and lal feta*, 39c to $2.49 per yard.' Furniture Reupholstered 3PIECE parlor suit, re upholhlered like rew; frames cleaned and oiled. S?* our new pattcrua of Tapeatry and Leatherette*. 1-abor Only ? RMIaaln ?!>? oa Kin?? ( ablart Wnk ul IWW?U??. Writ* or ptbnr ud BU will rail with UNITED UPHOLSTERY CO. 625 D Street N. W. Phone Fnnklin 6482-J Elk Grove Butter is a superior cream ery butter that is unequaled for sweet ness and high tasting qualities. Elk Grove Butter is put up only in one pound cartons, and never sold in bulk. Say "Elk Grove" the next time you buy butter. AT LEADING GROCERS Golden & Company Distributors BONUS BILL "SICK," US ADVOCATES SAY Measure to Compensate Former Service Men Lacks Twenty Votes in House. Where la the bonua bill, |nd how does It aland f House Republican leadera sadly ad mit today that the number of adch queries la piling up on them hourly by letter* and telegrams. They are forced to reply: > The bonus bill Is, sick, and It has no standing In the House. Advocates of the legislation admitted that they were tweiMy votes short of the re quired number to Insure adoption of a special rule under which the bonjJa bill could be brought Into the House safe from amendments. The bill will not be brought Into the House until It Is certain that Its friends will have a sufficient majority to prevent It from being shot to pieces by the sub stitution of forms of taxation to ralae the funds for soldier bonus that can not be accepted by the Republican Congress. The lines of the fifty Republican members opposed to soldier bonus at this session of Congress are holding firm today. To offset this loss the Republican leaders must get pledgee of support for the special rule pro posed to carry the bonus bill through the House from at least twenty Dem ocratic members favorable to the leg islation. Thus far they have pledges of Bupport from six Democrats only. Under these conditions It is not pos sible for the Republican leaders to bring their bonus bill before the House tomorrow as planned. They do not know when they can bring It out. There was talk among the lead ers this morning of waiting until the House goes under gem ral suspension rules which are applied to facilitate legislation In tl-e last six days of a session preceding an adjournment or a recess. But it takes a two-thirds vote of the House to suspend the rules and pass a bill and the leaders ere uncertain that they can get thia vole even for direct consideration of the bonus bill. All realize that with a little more Jockeying opponents of the bill will have it killed. REFORESTRATIONONLY PULP WOOD SOLUTION Review of Newsprint Paper Situ ation Calls For Prompt Action, Says Association. A review of the newsprint pap*r situation, made public to day by the Federal Trade Commission, showing increased production and decreased exports, indicates clearly that a na tional policy of reforestratlon must he adopted If the pulpwood industry is to live, declared a statement from tlx* American Forestry Association today. The Federal Trade Commission re port shows an Increase in production of newsprint of 10 per cent for April, 1020, over April, 1919, while Imports for March, 1920, were 2.810 tons more than In March, 1919, and exports for the corresponding months 6,505 tons i less. I "These figures are the danger slg ' nal to the publishing business," de ' dared the Forestry Association. "We must plan now for pulpwood, which will mature in fifty years." i Slaa 30i 3 30xJW 32x3H 31x4 32x4 33x4 34x4 32x4 S 33x4 4 34x44 35x4 H 36x44 33x5 35x5 37x5 V? Caiiiifi Fabric 18.45 23.70 27.90 37.30 37.95 40.05 40.85 52.75 54.90 55.35 57.SO 58.20 67.40 70.95 74.60 ?^T 38.551 ? 42.9519X1 54.45 56.00 57.40 61.35 63.00 64.65 66.15 67.80 76.60 80.35 84.05 Tr?.J 35.851 ? 39.95 J 49.05 50.45 51.65 53.75 55.20 58.20 59 60 61.00 68.95 72.35 75.70 Tuba* Rcfvltr 3.00 3.50 3.80 5.20 5.25 5.50 5.65 6.80 6.95 7.00 7.10 7.30 8.05 8.50 8.85 Tnt^' Tub.. Eitra. & !>?? 3.75 4.40 4.75 6.50 6.55 6.90 7.05 8.50 8.70 8.75 8.90 9.15 10.05 10.65 11.05 Economy Prices . ?prevail on Vacuum CupTires and "Ton Tested" Tubes, as proved by a comparison of these stand ardizcd net prices with tho^e asked for ordinary makes. The present moderate schedule is made possible by greatly increased production by a thoroughly com petent organi2ation, an up-to-the minute factory using every im provement and labor saving device, and a zone selling system which markets, with approxi mately the same selling facilities, an ever-increasing production. These prices are s tandardizednet, uniform throughout the United States. Pay no more?do not expect Pennsylvania products for less. Adjaatmant haul* ? per warranty tag at Uchad to aach eaaingi Vacoom Cop FabHc Tlraa, 8,000 Mflea Vacuum Cup Cord Tlraa, ?,000 Milaa Channel Traad Cord Tires, 9,000 Milaa PENNSYLVANIA RUBBER COMPANY Jaannatta, Pa. 'WILD OATS' DOTYS DESK, WIFE SAYS Sues for Separation Because He Yearned for Cabarets?Mar ried Fifteen Years. NKW YORK, May 2? ?"On July 1T, l#lb, when we had been married fif teen yearn, my huaband became very reatleaa and said to in* that he waa not cut out for a domestic life; that there waa nothing in that life for hltn. He aald he wanted to go .about caba reta and attend wine auppera." Thla declaration waa made to Su preme Court Juatlce Leonard A. Gleg erlch by lira. Joaephlne W. Doty at the bearing of her undefended aepar* tlon action against her huaband. Douglaa iS., who. ahe aald, waa for merly a magazine edMor and now con nected with a film company. Doty entered an appearance in hla wlfe'a auit aome month* ago by hla counael, Wellman, Smyth Schofleld, but neither he nor hla attorneya came to court yeaterday. Continuing her narrative to the court. Mm Doty aald that one night In the tea room of the Manhattan Ho tel, after they had carried on a lengthy converaatlon on thto fame Bubject, her huaband mentioned aome wealthy man of hla acquaintance who. he told her, had aown hia wild oata early in life and did not need excite ment now. Doty, according to his wife, felt that he ought to have a chance to see aome gaiety. When they reached their apartment after thla talk, Mra. Doty aald her huaband had unlocked the door, threw It wide and then hurled a auit case the full length of the hall, ex claiming "D you, you will drive nie crazy yet." Next morning the, wife aald he left her and never came back. llut ahe aald he sent her money for the support of herself and child, who la In St. Agatha School. 653 Went ICnd avenue. Hla first remittance waa $260 a month, ahe aald. and he agreed to aend her that amount reg ularly each month, but haa not kept hi* promise. Mra. Doty aaked Juatlce Glegerlch to grant her the cuatody of her lit tle girl and an allowance of (250 a month. Declaion waa reserved. CONFEDERATES ASKED TO JOIN G. A. R. PARADE "Fitting We Celebrate Memorial Day Together," Says Chicago Invitation. CHICAGO. May 28.?All that re mains i>f Mason's rind Dixon'* line will be oblitcrtitcd on Memorial Pav, if the handful of <1, A. U. men and tho young veterans of the A. K. F. have their way. For the first time in Memorial Day parades in this city an invitation has been extended to Confederate war veterans to participate. Gen. K. M. Van J?andt, commander of the Con federate Veterans' Association, re. cetved a letter from Comrtr .lolin R. Thomas of the Chicago division, O. A. U., yeaterday, saying: "It ia fitting that we celebrate Me morial Day together, therefore, we. of the Grand Army of the Republic extend an invitation to the Confed erate Veterans' Association to march in the Memorial Day parade with us, Monday, May 31. as a tribute to the honored dead who gave their llvea for their Slate and Nation." "The feeling that the sons of the North and South who fought aide by side In the Kuropcan war no longer harbor enmity toward one another, and that their fathers should become reconciled, had much to do with ex tending the Invitation," said Col. John V. Clinnln, adjutant general of the parade. There are approximately 1.200 veterans of the Confederate army In Chicago. CAPTURE PIG AT SEA HEADED FOR EUROPE Swimming Porker Explode* Old Theory About Cutting Throat With Feet ? VKW YORK, Mar 26.?Vr* Is plas wherever they may be, whether sleep ing in their etlea or twlmmlng In the sea. A smart white pig was found swim ming across the Atlantic yesterday afternoon by two Staten Island fish ermen. The pig, name and adress unknown, wan in perfect health, thus dissipating an agevild theory that a swimming swine will cut Its own throat with its fret. Charles and Frederick Petersen, prominent citizens of Tottenville, S. I., went fishing three mile* off shore from Kevport. N. J. They were drift ing in their motorboat when Charles glimpsed something swimming near by. The brothers agreed It was a sea turtle and decided fo capture It. One of the brothers boarded the dinghy, overtook the swimmer and brought him aboard. It was a nice young shoat, weight, thirty pounds. They cnrrled him hack to Tottenville and Intend to make a hog of the derelict. * Frederick Petersen la chiefly Inter ested in the blasted scientific theory. It la thought the shoat fell from a steamer. GLUE NOW USED IN FILMY PARIS GOWNS PARIS, May 2?.-Glue la used to hold In place the filmy chiffon bodices that are all the rage here now. Kven Jewelled shoulder straps are considered too heavy to faaten the clouds of tulle which are an Indispen sable part of the smartest evening gowns of today. INSPECTOR TAKES PIG AWAY FROM HIS PARLOR KANSAS CITY. Mo., May 2fl.?A real rase of a "pig In the parlor" waa un covered here the other day. Sanitary Inspectors found a hog being kept on the first floor of tha home of Juan Do I.osn, INflO Terraca place. Despite sundry squeals of protest Ihe porker was removed to a more appropriate place of abode and tha house was put In a sanitary condl Copyright 19-0 Hart Schaflaej & Man Right over the plate 74 That's what lots of the F J fellows said when we f(Lil started making boys' clothes as good as father's mK ' ' . ' ? The "big league" style makes a hit; mother and father like the idea because they win too; they spend less per year for your clothes \ Graduation suits?Boys who are to graduate from school need such clothes; boys who don't graduate, but who "take part" need them If you don't get complete satisfaction? money back 4 Hart Schaffher & Marx ?? 1 ? ? - You'll find a great selection of graduation of suits for boys here made by Hart Schaffner & Marx Raleigh Haberdasher 1109-11 Penna. Ave.