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er amUsef U. ma.U., antes.see News seves.a SAW ' 311011M0 9 L, Jue 21T s~w i t Oll Iis f"ros new is s Preselmo I a eseested mOT. me to Pa the Dsn---in- atIen SOmmitese es sa ..ameakae re*ed oa the Irish gM4e was asaesneed IV det " att the eflane of the ' easemissio en Irish I*e. It was anaeus4d that at a confer. partUCiPated in by national a leaders of all the tops.. woe f Irisk trom semplete unity of 0 essefeated Itf the adoption e wrid*les by the Demeerats of a k as sfieal Asoist et Sepuil" 4f *sei41s wOS reaehed. it wS 1eel, that but cae plank s the .estles wiN be presented to covention. This will deal solely SVbgittn" ' leng nade by de Valer, prebident of the ie h tpublic, who reaches the pon T ti~esdity today, to be reest'vd is a4ost imposing manner by the local Irish patriots. ,following the conference Andre* .T. Gallagher, San Francisco's chairman of the American ceanmssion on Irish In ehnee a"rd a Sa- personal friend of President D Vl be raede tolls statest: "Any thought or consolation Oat the enemies of Irish freedom may hate entertained regarding divIoion In -the rankts of the Irish and their friends as to what-would -be vresenteA to'the Demnocratic. party for eopsid eration in behalf of the Irish republic perished today. *Eyery force interestpd i Treland's fhture has been unIfied in Fran #ilhco. The one Jasue before the lIsmocrats in so far as the friends of Ireland are cencerned. must deal with recognition of the Irish republic by ti. United States. "The Democratic party will be re xppotfully but most insistently and eamphatically requested to say where t stands and where its candidates vvill stand on the proposition of ree ognising the Irish republic. "The peace of the world demands straight talk at this time in refor once to the treatment of the Irish .riais. The people of the earth are now 3lsistent as a precedent to harmonine futernational relations; that rulers so 1et4 ly the accident of birth and that diplomats titat would make a checker board of the world map, must stand aside. And there must be placed In - their stead men who are willing to follow the standards of represen :stive government and no other. "This nation has more than once recognised republics that were sinai :arly' situated as is Ireland today. Why the representatives of demoe. racy should hesitate to follow that ptecedent Is Inconceivable. "The answer to Ireland's plea for .ustee lies with the Democratic party. The world eagerly awaits the de cision."' 250 SUGAR IN MANILA. Refined sugar is retailing in Ma .lIa at 25 cents a pound, according to .- cablegram received by Senator Me ary from the acting governor of the 'hilippihes. alltatt A hoe with all the metopobIss larey so aactive to the out-cft-tao visitor to 1rew Yoak, ad all the 1oey atmosphere so desible to ever traveler. Two bleoel frem the Peuusyivania Statios. Only a few minutes from Grand Central Terminal. In UhK heart of New Verb's theatre and shoppisg districts. Zarecistls desbue I* m;e- vltWfi MOPr yord 8001101014. TrTY war swurr BY FrTH AVENUE Reflection * Bad eyesight affects the and bad nerves affect th sonality o' everyone. Yet bad eyesight car proper attention by exp where the most modern e where expert optometrist for making examination: scribing for them-you a eyesight at a reasonable c All work is done or watchful eye of the very M. A. LEES Faotassy and Offi OGHT OROOR kVsR Agaft U~fs Fim at Canote Led Siator Walsh. Sy SAM, . EAW . . -sse esI . 6Sa1 ANO 1i Juis t.-An me dertoe of "e"knsmt agwast the A4.......I seaders = -esse of what soe delegate ealled the 'egSSSe&eV pove et the Cummnings, GIs ad Colby fasees Is mnaItest bees leater David L Welsh of MaX 0aphusette and sUmter a" of Mis senar are two of the rallyg post* Open rebellion on the part oF scores of delegates was predicted bY Walsh, ,who said the movemSent would take 6rm- as soon as the esatsUled *le eat beoemg organtsd. Whothc. t * srebs15e wil open their 1gt in tergsolutions committee agelast the msu61tion 4haremaa or on the door o tha adItortium has not been do. ire to; a *ave of resentmont against the secrecy of the Adminis. tration program, Genator Walsh said yesterday. *The protest has not takun Ge65ite form yet. but It may break out in a Aght at any time. It may do velop Is oppooitieo to the chairman. @ga&nst the platform. or the Admianb tratlon candidate on the floor of the convention. "Of course the Indignant delegates are not organiSed. while the other side i, but you an bet they will before long. This feeling Arst began to brew on the trains coming out, where delegates discussed the issues and felt each other out." There is another element here, however, which says that the vrebels'' will never be strong enough to make an open fight and that they will be badly beaten if they try It. These delegates can see nothing here but harmony. Those who are opposed to the Administration forces here ciaim they will fight the League of Nations treaty as it stads. They want res. ervations similar to those advocated by Reed and Walsh. PRESIDENT TO PASS ON NAVAL AWARDS Will Decide Which Men Are En titled to Get Medals and Crosses. After all the investigations 1n'4 opipions of high and low officials on the subject. President Wilson is to decide who were and who were nut entitled to awards for distinguished service medals and crosses anong navy officers. According to law, the President is the final judge. Usually there in no difference of opinion between the awarding boards and the Secretary of the Navy, and the awards go on the rubber stamp -rinciplo. The ques tion of award; nd punishments was. however, refet d to what is known as the Knight board, of which Ad miral Austen M. Knight is chairman. The board reported. Secretary Dan iels received it and made changes. Admiral Sims and others then pro tested. Secretary Daniels referred the matter back to the Knight board with additional names, which had not been passed upon at the time its first report was filed. The board agreed to the additional names. but it is Etated that the board does not ap prove of the changes made by the Secretary of the Navy and stands pat on its original recommendations. The Knight board, as a general rule, held that officers who lost their ships were not entitled to awards, crosses, etc. The issue created by the board is clear-cut, and can now only be set tled by the President. Mr. Daniels understands that the present stand pat report of the board should be referred to the President. The brother-in-law of Secretary Daniels was one of the officers who lost their ships. "HOBO" HAS MONEY. PONTIAC. Mich.. June 27.-Arrest ad for vagrancy when found loitering at Novi. Fred Sweat, forty-one years home, was found to have $61 in money and a hobo's complete cooking otfit. He asked the sheriff to take the money and buy a new suit of clothes before ho has to appear in court. !When you look at your reflection in your mirror, are you look ing upon someone who Senjoys perfect eyesight or are you gazing -'at one whose eyes haye been neglected? Health, personality, and beauty are actually reflected in the eyes. erves-unquestionably health, beauty, and per be corrected if given the rt optometrists. Here uipment is installed, and are ever at your service of your eyes and pre 'ill -be able to correct your the premises, under the xpert who prescribed for E OPTICALCo. 0a. 614 9th St shgtEVERYBODY'S r3"Choose- Your- Own" Sale , XEverybody'a rushing to attend obur great "ho own Zonomy Sale. The entire third flooris crowded yith tables coniaining the biggest and beat shoe values in the city. You are the sole j of your purse. Ev y 's is well known for its Shoe Bargains as a Manu facturer's eStore, and right now we have on our Economy Counters an array of Shoe Bargains that will surprise you. Take your time and inspect these wooderful values thoroughly, because table is labeled right and every shoe is made right. Select t shoe you like at the price you wish to pay. Our seve yourself= lan helps us to help you cut your shoe costs. Asaquicknd esnt convninc thelvator hi at yow sai*, md this low rent upetairs ervice, saves mmy of dollars for you. Third Flo Economy BaBrga Entire third floor devoted to bargain table display of merO chandise. Direct elevator service for your convenience- ust a step inside D street entrance. We invite you to come up and save money. Right off the elevator we have displayed several large tables of Meys Summer Low Shoes, Glun metal and Tans, English Lace and Semi-Englis Q Blucher Lace; -also straight last Lace Vici Oxfords; all Good year welts, New England factory made. Splendid merchan dise. Goodsizes. EconomyBargain...................... $5 25 A short space from above lot you will find another lne of Men's Low Shoes displayed on self-serving tables. Help yourself plan. We want you to look these over. Men's Tan and Gun Metal Oxfords, English Lace and Blucher style. Goodyear welts. Economy Bargain B...........argains.....,.................. $3 8 ,Men's Tan Leather Elk Sole Seamless Oxfords, unlined, cool and easy; just the proper -thing for house, yard of for your summerout ing or vacation. Sort of a sacrifice idea. You can't afford to miss this Economy Bargain. Size 7 to I SI.........p ei95 Men's and Boys' Tennis Shoes. A table well filled with Men's and Boys' High and Low Cut Tennis Shoes, for romping and general out-of-door sports and athletics. Boys' size up to men's size 11. Why stop at one pair? Buy two or more pair at Econ Lace Shoes. Weber Brothers nmake. Goodyear welt soles. Soft and easy. Conservative lasts. All sizes. Economy Special Men's Hosiery Men's Ideal and Onyx Lisle and Fiber Silk Hose. Black, Grays, Blues, Etc. Economy Speial. ws E Woamen's B.argais White ih Shoes Chidren's Shoe A table of Women's Gray Kid Lace Oxfords, Here we have two tables right in center of third At Economy Baraine light summer weight, turn soles, wood covered dress floor, Economy Dept-Women's White Cloth, White Why Pay Hjiguer Pric for Foostw Before heels, A, B and C widths; sizes up to 6Y2. NVe tell Canvas, White Kid and White Nu-Buck Lace, and a sI ooking Thee Bargains Over. you this is a wonderful bargain. few Button Shoes. Seasonable bargains just the right 60 pairs of of Children's White Canvas Button Do not miss this. Economy Bar- time to wear with light dresses. Shoes displayed on self-serving tables; walk right up gain at ........................... Make itapointtooseeuthesetand y to tables and pick them out; sizes A few Colored Kid Pumps in lot; small sizes. two pairs at Economy Bargain ..... h*so 13 to growing girl No. 5. Econ Within ao short space of above you Bill find 2 Another great value in white footwear-several omy Bargains....................... $* large tables filled with women's miscellaneous Oxfords tables of Women's and Children's White High Shoes Children's Black and Brown Shoes and Slippers, and. Pumps; blacks, browns, grays, field mouse, etc. among them-Sport Shoes with rubber and fiber infants' 2 to 5and 4to 8, spring heel styles; season's Among them well-known trade-marked shoes. Make it soles and heels. Could not have accumulations. Cut your children's shoe bills; look your duty to come up to third floor and look this new soles put on for the price. these tables over-there will be4 lot over before buying elsewhere. t a.something here at Economy The saving is yours at Economy Bargins....1 .. Grays,....B..ues,...Etc.3HoEconomyan Spcal. .............. Cuban miliary ad hig heel.ite Highr Shoesk forEcnmDetWomen's White FierSlkB oth, AWhitenfns'adhlde' Little Tos'Slippestopoe . 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