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* i?s.?d fpi ?? ??du?4, lit* ca?trt officials Oragvn Oil/ Otwirl TV AM*. ?*. Mu M. *ki? .? jtijim . w ?rr? f#r mm , ? (??!? fairolmsii likofiupd w? s I j ujair v ..-iia.gj of speeding "Tm Ml ?! *??rf llue# gfr?l???a iwi testifying la I ? Sauia for ih? ;ouu la sguoa for th? Hk> imI." Tk? America's Best Styles for Summer Wear Our Advertising can do no mure than touch on the variety ot autlienti ?tyles at your disposal in our stock. Let us suggest that you visit our store today or surely tomorrow. This Trade Mark means to you Shoe Satisfaction Preferred Styles Assured Values ' Specially Priced $7 to $8 Gun Metal and Patent Theo Tie _ With baby French heel, eagerly sought / . ?with every element |i of style. Specially Fine White Fabric Oxford , Imitation tip. leather and wood Cuban heels. Cleverly styled. Priced at $10.50 Priced $7 to $8 The Store of Values and Satisfaction 1219 F STREET N.W. THORNE SAYS WIFE LOVED DETECTIVE Banker In Cross Libel for Di vorce Alto Accuses Spouse of Grose Intoxication. NEW TORK May .'S .Joel Wolf* Thorn*, bunker, who la being sued by Mri Mary i'aat-y Thome for ? aepa latlon. retaliated yoaterday with t counterclaim for absolute divorce, llf churg?a hla wife, the former "Bella of Third Avenue." with exceaalve uae of liquor, and name* Ra>mond H Wllaon aa co-reap.?nd?-nt Randolph A. Gerard. counsel for Thome. said the husbands charge was ridiculoua He added "Haymond B. Wllaon la the private detective | engaged to remain in the houae where Mr*. Thorne Uvea ao that the other aide could not frame her You will note that thla charge la made upon the Information and belief of Joel Wolfe Thorna, who la now 2.000 mllea away out In Denver where he la trying to operate aome radium mine*. Father Has Hla lea. "He haa with him the alK-year-old boy whom he and hla mother helped keep away from Mr*. Thorne after he waa kidnaped In Connecticut. "It . la laughable to name our private detective aa co-reapondent." Mr. Thorne quotes the bills of liquor dealers who. lie says, supplied Mrs. Thorne'a household at No. 0 Kast Seventy-sixth street. In a six week period a year ago. charges were made for 1K0 bottles and aev?nty-lwu nips of atout. There was no allega tion that Mrs. Thorne drank all this herself. Other bills were for Scotch whlakey. vermouth, gin and brandy. Thorne says he left his wife Ctt the advice of physicians, who said It was not safe for him to remain in the same house with her. Since October. 1017. hfe says she indulged so freely in liquors that It became impossible for her to associate with him or his family. Paid Her ?7M Mantbly. He gives many alleged Instances jjt Mrs. Thome's excesses. He says that once she became violent In the Wal dorf-Astoria. He and a friend took her home in a cab and she struggled and kicked out one of his friend's teeth, he alleges. In the winter of 1017 she suddenly appeared In the Presbyterian Church ut Madison avenue and 121st street, he says He was attending service and declares she shouted: "I'm going to raise the devil." Mrs. Thorne further scandalized him. he says, at l<ake .Placid in the summer of 1017 when she ran out on the lawn In her night dress. He took the child away in his auto, he savs, and when he returned his wife smash ed the windshield. Thorne adds that after they separ ated on October lfl. 1017. lie paid her $750 a month under agreement, and gave her the uae of the Thorne home. |Mt M Ml ,*.8.1 TO AU.WHOM IT MAY CtJKCOW. ** (Mil > STATIC AMMY. <4# IkmmuLor Ham* mm hw ?fif fan/ ?r<f/iini ?, fjJil/tt i .aft* Q&mm4*/&wmt,Tjmm ? ~i <m) +mJL?/U fr#f*6mJLA \ - > ?? TO-DAY? Sergeant Trained mechanic Has learned to read and write English In perfect physical condition Has saved $250 V What the Army did for this man T">ORN abroad, unable to read or write Bog JLJ lish, a day laborer, unfitted for a good, job, Carl Nielson joined the United States Army. A few nidnths ago he received an honorable discharge. In one year he rose from private to corporal, then to sergeant He has learned Eng lish. He has become a trained mechanic, a valu able American citizen. ( f Ask if there's a vacancy for you in our new, democratic, peace-time Army. U. S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION 509 Tenth St. N. W., Washington, D. C. Lead a good healthy life Learn a trade or get a echooling Get military training Be with men from your own homo State Here lire your Home Stale Regiments of the Regular Army 17th Rent. Infmitry Now At Camp Mc/ide, Maryland 12th n**t. Cavalry Now at Del Rio, Toxa* 19th R*Kt Kleld Artillery Now at Camp RrasR. N. C., and Ft. M.ver, Va. 6Srd Rojrt. Coast Artillery Now at Camp ICuatia, Virginia. UNITED STATES ARMY NEWS OF ALEXANDRIA AND NEARBY VIRGINIA Ernest D??r, Who HwUintd Injuries From hall h ruin ( ?mI ( huU. Improved. * ALEXANDRIA. Va, May *?.- Th? condition oI Krneit Dove, il|htMi> yes'* old, who was Injured by s fell la?t Wednesday, la reported to b? Un proved today. Young Dove. who I* t-ruployed at the plant of the Alex andria County Lighting Company, fell from the coal chute at the company's plant and auatalned tnjurtca to hla head He waa taken to the Alexan dria Hoapltal.' Workmen art' still engaged In re moving the (witch of the Washing ton-Virginia Railway Coropanay at the corner of King and Waahlngtoo streets. The ?witch waa under the ii<* w street recently put down and wax cemented to the ground, and the work of removing the ilea la alow. Many people attended the social and dance at'Lyceum Hall laat even ing, given for the benefit of St. Mary a Church Sunday School. There waa mgning by Waahlngton and Alexan dria talent, followed by a dance The proceed* from the social will go to the fund being ral*ed for an out ing for the Sunday achool children. At the Young People'a building this evening the Fairfax County Circle of King'* Daugliteia will be addressed by Mr* Henry Kley, of Suffolk. State president of the King's Daughters. The funeral of the late Llewellyn M Cook, a former Alexandrian, was held from his home at the Montgom ery Apartment* In Washington to day. The remains were brought to the Presbyterian Cemetery In this city for burial. % . A large crowd attended the ladlfa' night and dunce given by Alexandria Lodge, No 75K, Benevolent and Pro tective Order of ?lks. at their hall last evening. Under the auHptccn of the Chris tian Kndeg*or Society of the Second Pre.by terla.-i Church an Illustrated lecture will be given In the West minster building this evening. The lecture will b<- on the Christian En deavor convention held recently In New York. The third Installment of picture* for the benefit of St. Paul's Sunday School wll be shown at the Norton Memoilal building this evening at 7:30 o'clock. DRINK The Health Beverage Delicious and refresh ing. Keep it in your icc box. Every Day Bottled In Sanitary Plant at 225 Penna. Ave. N.W. Preserve Your Holiday? You'll fret more fun out of any trip you take over the Holiday if you take a camera with you. Your pic tures will be permanent re minders of your stood time. To be sure that vou jret the very best finishing service brinfr us your films?they will be handled by experts in our own shops. You will need fresh films ?Ret them here. NATIONAL REMEMBRANCE SHOP (Mr. Foster's Phopt Open Evenings Until 9 o'Clock FOURTEENTH STREET, One Door Frost Pa. Ave. Mr/ Open and Lighted Until 8 o'Clock P. M. Daily North Capitol and Bryant Sts. 16 Built?6 Left H.R.HowensteinCo. 1314 F St. N. W. or 7th and H St.. N. E. Ready to Move In Take North Capitol st. cars to Bryant st. and walk east one-lialf square, or phone us for auto. lHoohmarh &TGottirop Open 9:15 A. H New York?WASHINGTON?Pari* Close 6 P.M. Closed Monday, May 31 A Special Purchase Misses' New Wash Skirts Priced, $5.00 and $5.75 Our first shipment of misses' and small women's skirts have arrived and we are pricing them special for Decoration Day wear. Of excellent quality gabardine in fancy or plain models, three of which are illustrated. As you can see, .some are embroidered in eyelet and solid embroidery, which is a little dressier than the average wash skirt. Others are trim med with rows and rows of fine tucks, while still others are plain tailored. # Some are gathered all around, while others are gathered in back and have straight fronts. 'Most belts are fiulv wide A*)d 'most all pockets rrc novelty style. There are several different styles from which to select and they are very specially priced. Misses' Section, Fourth floor. Lovely Midsummer Millinery Very Reasonably Priced, Too Light, durable plaided straw hats in sailor, poke and roll brim shapes, trimmed with tailored bands and bows. There are all colors as well as white. $7.50. Georgette semi-dress hats come in many different colorings, shapes and styles?so many that you will have no trouble finding one to suit your fancy. $6.75. Silk hats with pleated crowns and brims are trim med with ribbon bands, bows and ends. $3.95. Ribbon crown and straw brim mushroom hats, as well as those with full roll .brims, have fancy ribbon or naments and handwork as trimming. $10.00. Millinery Section, Third floor. Two Summer Shoes Moderately Priced We have selected two, cither of which will be suitable for outing or sport wear. One is a most popular dark brown grain leather brogue oxford copied from a man s style last, with low, broad heels, welt sole? and medium toes, with per forated wing tips. Saw-edge vamps and quarter with nerforation around the n. Price, $12.00. The other is a white canvas pump with Cuban heels and welt soles, medium vamps, trimmed with neat bows across the insteps and with imitation stitched tips. Very reasonable at $7.00 pair. Shoe Section, Third floor. "The Star Spangled Banner" Every Am eric run should display the fkig on the 3oth of May, as well as place a small one on the graves of the dear departed. Wool Bunting Flag* 8x12 feet $20.00 6x10 feet 410.00 5x 8 feet $7.50 4x 6 feet $$.00 3x 6 feet $$.50 2x 3 feet $2.00 Bulldog Bunting 6x10 feet $$.00 $x 8 feet 16.00 Silk Flag*, Mounted on Staff 8x12 inches.... 25c 12x18 inches.... 25c 16x24 inches.... $1.00 24x36 inches.... $2.00 Cat ton Flags, Mounted on Staff. 15c each. Pin Flags, 5c Each; 50c dozen. Flag Poles 8 feet $1.00 10 feet $1.25 12 feet $1.50 Flag Holder*, 25c to $1.50 We have a complete as sortment of Large Sillc Flags, mounted and un mounted; for churchcs, lodges, schools and organi zations; at moderate prices. Foreign Flags, in Cotton | and Wool Tlag Section, Fourth floor. Lingerie Waists, $1.95 These are most suitable to (rear with wash skirts for summer. There are about twelve different styles, four of which have just arrived. Made of fine white dimity in chocked and striped effects. Some of line batiste. Finished with pink or blue voile collars and ties, blue or lavender pip' ings, pink or blue collars and cuffs, or tiny pleatings. These are really verv good models and will give good service. Very special at this price of $1.95. Waist Section, Third floor. Holiday Excursion Necessities Supplying Camping and Traveling Needs Take a Kodak With You Kodaks and Cameras have proven a source of pleasure to thousands. Not only fun in taking pictures, but interest ing and instructive, besides proving an Invaluable record. Kox Cameras, $2.86 to $5.07. Folding Brownie Cameras, 18.00 to $15.00. Folding Pocket Kodaks, $9.49 to $93.54. Carrying Cases, suitable for all size kodaks and cameras, 75c to $$.50. Self Timers. $1.25. Portrait Attachments, 50c ^ Photo Paste, 10c and 15c tub*. ? ? White I/*ad Pencils, 10c each. . Photo Albums. 15c to $.? 00. Fresh Films for all kodaks and cameras always in stock. After you have taken your pictures let u* develop, print and enlarge them for you. Sporting Goods, Fourth floor. A Wardrobe Trunk For the Decoration Day trip. A Dust-proof Trunk made in the closed top style. It will accommo date the average amount of apparel for man or woman. This trunk is fastened by a l/cver lock ?It simple and positive locking device, making it possible to open or close Yhc trunk with one oper ation. The whole appear ance is handsome, sub stantial and dignified. Priced at $60 00 Suit Cases and Travel ing Rags at the most moderate prices; sood finalities can be offered. Trunk Scction, Fourth flooi*. The Wenzell Poleless Tent Is the tent every camper is looking for. It has been thor oughly tested and is in actual use in practically all part^ of the U. S. and Canada. It is light in weight, compact and very strong and durable. The auto tourist can carry them as easily as a suit case. In sizes to accommodate from two to eight people. 7x7 ft $30 8x10 ft $40 9Vtxl2 ft $50 Children's Play Tents, made of khaki cloth; size 5x5 feet, $8.00 each. Cotton-woven Hammocks, with pillows, fringe and va lance. $2.75 each. Khaki Canvas Couch Ham mocks. with rood springs and windshield. $15.00 each. Lawn Swings, four-passen ger, neatlv painted in red and green. #'J."?0 each. Fourth floor.