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' THE "bUN, 'SUM DAY, JULY 2, IMG.
157 NEW SHIPS IN
THREE YEAR PLAN
Fcnnte Committees Add $150,
000,000 to Army and Navy
HUGHES ANSWERS CALL OF MOVIE MEN;
HUGHES GETS MUCH AID SOCIETIES FORM
400 SCHOOLBOYS 60
INTO BROOKLYN CAMP
BORDER ARMY'S NEED
MAKES WOMEN WAIT
TO CAMPAIGN IN MOST MODERN FASHION jjLP FROM HIS WIFE1 C0M F0R PEACE
Will Concentrate Energies for
Relief, With a Fund of
Uncle Sam Seized Two Lots of
Cots for Mexico, but Young
sters Had Mnro Hidden.
Mrs. Milbank's Camp Wra't
Open at Montiocllo Until
Sen Air and (lolf Make Nomi
nee Feel Sprifrlitlier Than
MANY IXCREASKK MADE
tVVrillNiTO!f. July l,-Tlie Senate
Military anil Naval AfTalr committee
havrt taken the Initiative In rtroimalna. ti
put the United States lr a position of
ttti prepare tineas (or war. Recommenda
tions of more than $ln0,n00,o(in Increase
fcr the urmy nntl nearly 150,000,000 In
cr"e for the navy, over and above what
tne Houe recommended, are reported to
ny from the Senate end of the Capitol.
A formal report from the .Senate Com
mlttee on Naval Affair wan tiled to-day
iy Senator Swar.on of Virginia. It cull
fnr a bulUlltm programme or, ton liattte
rh!p. 'I" battle cruliem, ten Kcout
r;u'rf, fifty torpedo liont detroyeri,
;lne fleet nubnmrlno!", tlfty-elKht cou..t
luhnurlnee, belde other Htixlllary craft
)T(Tejr,atlnK tr J new fhlps. all to be In-
iludeil In the three year building pro-
The committee rocs even further than
the report of the (iener.il Hoard, of v.li.'',i
Admiral George Dewey In pteyldent. but
H Is understood that tho board heartily
lutcrre the Increase. In explaining Its
report In this respect the committee s.iy
"It eeems to the committee that the
ireitramnift for live years proposed by
Oetieral Hoard was not Milllclfnt to
tr!r.s the imvhI forces of tin. I'nlleil
Mates to the position which they oiiKht
m hold nmonc the navies of the world
ji an parly enouKh pi-rlod. Th com
mittee therefore induced the time cov
ered b the programme from Hip years
n thrt-e years, the committee being con-,
ilr.ced that the sootier we could net an I
ultr)u..tc n.ivy the- better, as the navyi
iut always be our llrst line of defencl
and na have two meat coasts to defend.
InerrniM for Ammunition.
"The committee Increased the appro
priation for ammunition for vessels from
lll,:45,P:5 to Jlli.ISS.5P0. This was
Hkyi. BT H3(2'jlkii'
nKfHNK TOUR IN AHiUST
'opr1ht tntpriMllonsI rilm Service.
rpHK lntest photofrraph of Chnrle Kvnns HtiKhe. futhnr's knec. and Mr?. Huches occupies the other
and his family, taken yesterday on the lawn of chair. Miss Helen Hughes, the eldest dautrhter, is
his summer home at Bridgehampton, L. I. Ella.- standing in the centre and Mis Catherine to the
abeth, the youngest daughter, is seated on her right.
I tlln; ha not been loot upon hi main- .
gcrs. So he Inrarmcil witnam " ui-
made rfcessary on' account of the In-, C )l II fl'll 1 11 II Willt'OX LeaVCS f Of j fox' Hepubllcnn national chairman, e
creased number of ships to bo built nt '
nce and for the authorizations to be'
constructed within iho next two years." I
The total sum authorUed In the bill
to be appropriated In three ears s
J0(,olS.S7n.Sr. It Is pointed out that
the Senate committee')) report not only
has Kro'ii: llepubllcan support luck of
It but that It is Indorsed by President
WIIon ami Secretary Hanlels. Srrre
tary Patilels suert to-day a statement
In vthih li fully concurred In tho dra
tic measures of real preparedness ad
vocated by the committee.
The ureat Increase In the building
rrosrsnime Is. of course, the feature of
he bill, but other Items of Increase over
the House appropriations were the fol
lowing: Arming and equipping naval mllttla.
153.00l; ships for naval militia of II
' nols and Minnesota. $U',n00: bureau of
ordnance Items, Including ll.f.SO.nOO for
latteries for merchant auxiliaries, ami
tl9.0M for a torjiedo station at New
port; experimental laboratory In conned
!on lth the navy yards. JI.ooo.OOO,
tmproxrments In navy yards, more than
!:.W0.00O; :,433.:o for pay of
Adiroiulncks to Stay Un
til After Fourth.
Candidate to Take Monday
Afternoon Off for Benefit
of Camera Men.
TAFT AND T. R. MAY MEET
-avy based on the Increase of the navj
en'.lsted personnel to 87,000 from M.ooo,
and an Increase In the enllstnl strenittli
ft the Marine Corps, to 17,(00 men:
MOO.ooa for two coast guard vessls. one
n( which ulll be for service In New York
The Army lnpremes.
Coincident with the Increase reoom--ended
by the SnHte Naval Committee I
rcreaes aggregating more than fion.
"on.fpOn oxer the House bill have been
etatlvel airreed upon by thi- Senate
'"omm ttre on .Military Affairs. The work
vlll be completed Mond.iv and the bill
"111 then lie read to be rcpurted to the
In Its pi in to put the army on a real
Msi ef pierr.ircdnesf. the committee has
n'nen the ai ice of military experts and
as needed t'ie ;e.-oiis w-nch the Kuro-
jnwi' h ts poiniedl) t'Uisht. Thus the
Home appropriation of J 000.000 for
"eld .miller) for the National liiiard Is
.iicrease.l jo I H, 300,000.
The Importance of Held artillery and
thu necessity of an abundance of these
'vespon h.ia been one of the striking
fors of the war In Europe, md tho
Id alio of 3 per cmt. artillery In pro
lyl I m in t-iM p in the Held Is now coo-
in aiitiiiu.iteil Id. a liy tunn olll
1 I' l.-e.i;eiit,y the N.i lion.il iiU'ltil,
.- iiiti ' innnlti e's efforts Miecenl,
i if eiUlpped III this illlnir'..ll'! ,1111
"''.I is. model a .innks nun lighting
' K r.C'.ie.
Ill" Senate committee has followed
ke unio Idea with reference lo mro
iu; .'h and uas jncriasid the appioiiriu
on '.y the ilouso for the signal corps
. r.d aviation from f 3.775,000 to H,ii'J7,-
This sum Is mlllclent to build up a
illy otllcient aeronautical branch of tlm
irm other increases in.nle by the St:i
ste eotrmtttee .ire In the following Items:
Ordi.aine stoies and ammunition,
Hou'e approjirlatlon of (4. Son.OOO In
rcafei ,y the Senate committee to 112,--T.j.000
Miiall arms target practice,
'i'iio appropriation of $1,200,000 its
c-fsseij by the Senate committee to 13,
''t.OOO; automatic machine rifles and
'lulpment. House appropriation of $2,
O"O.O0O Increased to B,5S.1S0: armored
motorcars, Houso appropriation of $300..
"10 Increased to tl.l4S.000. The last
"turned Increase Is distributed as follows:
'Ifty armored cars, 200 shielded motor
ycles with tide cars, 600 motor earn
lth side cars for ammunition and 100
Individual motorcycles with nlde cars.
The great Republican serial photo
drama, "Charle Kv.um Hughes In Ac
tion" will he rllined to-morrow aftei
nooti at Hrldgehampton, I.. I. For the
first chapter of the Interesting serle
Treniedden ban been selected as the scene,
and In and about Its confines the grlndeis
of reel are expected to dispose them
selves In .ucli a way h.h to show forth
the Hughes style of home life and recre
ation. Numerous motion picture men
hae been Invited, and there Isn't any
doubt that before another week ha
ended Mr- Hughes will be campaigning
the I In tho mot approved modern fashion,
I terdav that he had decided to take Men
I day afternoon off for the benellt of the
camera men. He Informed Mr. Wlllcot
that he would be at their disposal ab
solutely, which means that he Ira. no
Iden of taking a holiday. Tne camera
men have told Mr. Wilcox that they In
tend to exercise their privilege of having
I Mr Hughe do whatever they ask him
, to do.
Willi nnnniineement Mr, VUUenr
sneH mr vesterdnv afternoon to the Renuhpcan lieadntiartrr yeterd,iy nould
Adlrondacks. where he will remain tin- j rnture to na. but tin suggestion that
til after the Fourth tV'fore that he had j-omethlng eo.ii.illy gratifying mlcht hap.
ItRlPCKHAMrTos. N. Y.. July 1. Sen
air mid dally exercise on the llnko hae
made Charles K. Huglics feel sprlgM
Her than nt any time In m.iiiy months.
Unsaid to-day after a lound of tho
golf course that lie bad thoroughly cn
Joed the last few weeks. It was Just three
weeks ngo to-day that no resigned irom
the Supreme Court lo accept the Presi
dential nomination. He wan very tired
when ho laid aside the Judicial robes,
but now. despite, the many conferences
and political planning, he feels rejuvenated,
Yesterday was his llrst day or real
elntiitlnn slnr last October. Ho In
tend to continue exercising as lotu as
possible, ilevotbig the mornings to golf
as it preliminary to work at his desk
In the afternoons. Tills despite the con-
fesion that Lawrence 11. C.reen, in sec
retary. Invariably defeats him in uic
matches on the links.
When ho arrived here a week ago .nr.
Hughes told Brldgehamptonltfs ho
u.iiiir.l tliem in consider him a neighbor.
and they have taken him nt his word.
Members of his family navo lormeu
many acquaintanceships sinco iney
moved to Trcmeden, aid to-day tho
Misses Helen. Catharine and Kllr.abeth
HueheH walked bareheaded on a lour
of the vlllairu's small shopping district.
In his correspondence and even in tne
preparation of hi. speech' tho nominee
receives much assistance troni .Mr.
Huche. He ha referred to her as hi
chief counsellor and It is known that he
places ii high valuation on her sugges
tions and criticisms. It was regarded as
somewhat significant that although for
mer President Taft was here less than
two hours yesterday, nnd the former
President and the candidate discussed
impalKii issue In detail, Mrs Hughes
wa present nt the conference.
.Mr. Hughes's active participation in
the campaign, from present Indications,
will begin In August. It Is probablo his
first tour w 11 take him to the I'.icllle
coast, the outward trip probably being
made, by tho northern route and tne re
turn by the southern.
Though Mr. Hughes does not discuss
the subject for publication It is pre
dicted here that ho will approve the Mde -
lion of a few former Progressives for
places on the campaign committee.
NOTIFICATION DATE SET
tlxed the date for notltlcatlon of Mr,
Hughes that he ha been nominated by
the Republican party as It candidate
for the Presidency, Thl ceremony will
take place at Carnegie Hull on the af
ternoon of some day between July 20 and
July 25, and Mr Wlllcnx Intimated that
there I a strong likelihood that upon
I the stage with other distinguished
pen was not frowned upon
Mr Wlllcox expect to announce, the
membership of the Republican campaign
committee next week. Ho has already
made up hl mind with respect to some,
of the member, but said he wanted to
make alt the names known at the sami'
time. prctru.ibl) the announcement of
the new treasurer of tlie Mittonal rum
guests on that occasion will appear the I mittce will be made nt ihe same time
i only living e-Prc.sdents, Col. Thcodoio
. ' tl.......l, 111111,..,. Ilnu,.nl r,.fi
Mr. Hughes has been Importuned ever
since his nomination by the movie men,
and the value of that kind of ailver-
Roosevelt and William Howard Taft
Whether there will be a meeting of tho
two men before that date or whether
the notltlcatlon ceremony will be selicd
upon a a titling time for these two for
mer friends to unite In a handshake
for Republican t-uccess no one about
! bv the "steering committee ' ieorge R.
Sheldon, having ri signed and expressed
th" desire not to serve again, the com
mlttee Is ending about lor a new man
Among the names most frequently men
tloned Is that of Ueorge !. Dawes of
l.wiusvllle. III., n former Comptrolkr of
j the Currency,
TO SUPPORT HUGHES
Will Form Branelies of Alli
ance in All Cities Through
OFFICES IN HOTEL ASTOR
fun, Mr Victor Mornwltz.
.Mr.KfiW it a.
Mrs. Henry ' MAYO SUED FOR $100,000.
Mrs. Truman It, Nwbrry.
Mrs II. II. u Hurra.
U'StiMURhn. ss ,
Mrs Krati.k A. I'tttson,
rinvnet. jirs. .mnn I I'rmt.
Mis. .fdlue- II Ityiin'ds, Mrs Heril.iid
II P.ld.l-r Ml.. .Mine iiii,m.. Mi, .tolm
Kldille .Mr. ti.itiK a HiHli "i M- llenrve
A rtotn.ui.. Mm. I'liarlm r Itumsr, lr
.Irsrlra ttu.srll. Mr. Arthur llwrcin
Mr" Itslph S.iligri Mie Herbert Hit! r
Ise. Ml.i l.iutne ihuler. .Mr Arthur
crllnsr, Mrs. Henry .ssiigniun, Mtii
rnllnri to I'nrr) (In) Term
turre mm! rliitrued.
Nkw llH, i'iiii'i ltl I lldward
(I K.i'i'.-n and Ireliiik I: Kingston,
representl! g l. II. Ilailles f. i't,, f thl
cn... 'o-d.i) brouglr sui' f.ir H"i.i'io
against Vlrgmnip .1 Mnn and 'he Mnvo
ltadlitor I'ompany. alleging future
Chiirl- it. .shsfnsld, Mrs Jii.fph SHtiiiueei , carry out plans touaiil a reiirgatitr.atloii
f'". Ms He'll Mlioiil. Mrs H -lit s . I. 1 n, r J.!Jut'l lit of tile cull. e-i Se..,
Vi'i V.r.i'u -.r.h, ViL . r- pieces of proper!) belonging to Ma
Murk Stilll v.iii. ' ' and Hie Mao Hull. iter l.'ouip.mv wire
Mr. WHII.lln Tim'" .Tr Mrs N.illisnls' .itl.i. lied.
tlll'sr. Mrs. l.r inelllits, .M e. I.n I i -p,
Mr. Kred L'phani
SUBMARINES AT CAPE MAY.
rrle for Independence Hay Cele
bration In the- Harbor.
f'rr. Mat, N. J July 1. The V, R. H.
JUhhrell, In command of Lieutenant
1 'mmmder Davbl V, Hoyd, arrived In
'ne Cape May harbor this afternoon and
s shortly followed by the submarine
'.3. l.leut Jiupreo .1. Krlcdell In com
mand, anil the eiibmarlne Lieut.
,' In I lam-nek, ,ir In command,
The r jt. s. Vixen with the New
''rsiy naval reserve and tho Reale, with
'i" Pennsylvania naval volunlecrB will
irnve to-morrow, us well ns two oilier
"Jbniarlnea. They will take part In the
'e'Jrth of July demonstration In the
'"ormnodore Phillip II, Johnson of the
I'Mladelphla Yacht Club Is here nlM)
!th his yacht tho Viator.
BIG CUNAKD BUILDINO READY.
Milp ( iimimii)' ('oiiiplelra Splendid
Mrnclupe In London.
The imw building for the head offices
'f the Cunarrt Hteamshlp Company on the
'ier Head. I, vernoo . Kntrland. hail lust
''ten rmnpleted. Tho building embodies
"rniy feature of the Italian Renaissance
" represented In the Karnese Palace in
"ome although the Cuuard building I
'"'I 'll nvno vast.
The impression of the new building I
of spHelousness. It In seven -dories
''. 12S teet The front on the I'ler
Jieaej is 170 feet wide r ntl the deptn HO
eet The floor mace inrmtei 100.000
1U'trs, yarde, or .pproxlnu.tal twenty
More than one hunlred women, prom
inent socially and because of their ac
tivities In various other spheres, have or
ganized the Women's National V.in-
mlttee of the llushe Alliance in sup 1
nrt of Charles II Hughes
Thise women have been sele ted fi.ipi
man) cities and section". They Include
Republicans, Progressives and Inde.
pcndiiits. Ileadiuarters have peeii
opened In lloout His, iioiei nn, nun
branches arc being organized through
out the country.
Krom now until the polls are closed
this organization will conduct an active
campaign In cooperation with tho Re
publican National Committee. The tem
porary secretary of the new organiza
tion Is Frances) A. Kellor. and tem
porary treasurer is Mrs. Clifford Plnchot.
Among the ."sew iorner on uie i uni
mlttee tiro Dr. Katharine It. Pavls, Mrs.
Vincent Astor. Mrs. uorneuus vanucr-
bllt, Mrs. Herbert Katteriee, .Mrs. n. i-.
I lav son. Mrs. .lolin nays iiuiiiiiiuiiu
and Mrs. Henry L. Stlmson
Among the women or, i uicago mi u
are Mrs. J. Ogden Armour. Mrs. Fred
Uphani. Mrs. T. B. lllackstone, Mrs.
Watson Rlalr, Mrs. Arthur Ryerson and
Mrs. Marshall Field 3d. Mrs. Kdward
T. Stntesbury of Philadelphia, Mrs. Tru
man H. Newberry and Mrs. Charles II.
Warren of Detroit will nUo be on It.
Tho (irst meeting of tho full com
mittee will be on July 7 at a luncheon
given by Mrs Harry Payne Whitney ut
Roslyn, L. 1. A definite programme for
the campaign will be outlined here, and
the committee members will have tho
Mis. Cornelia Aldl". Mr;. J. W. AUnp.
Mrs trz Amler-on. Ml.s Mary Ant n. Mr.
J Of Jin Armour, Mrs. Vincent AHor,
'Mr Kranvl. McNeil lUcen, Mrs. Hobert
lliu.m, Mrs. It. I.lvliigln ""V.'i"";..".":
T II. IllsiJislotie. Mr. llarrK-t !"!""
IsbIs Mrs. VVatsmi HU Ir. Ml Helen
VhFM Hoswell. Mr.. Pvlll" Hrooli'. Mr.
Willi mi Unint tironn. Mm. O, Hrant,
Mrr.Ar,!l"h. t!1" Child.. Mrs. Winston
Churrhllb 1... tVoul.o llsrvey Clarke. Mrs.
rjvSfS t Colby. Ir. CHrollne H.rllsli Crai.e,
Mrs. W II. Crocker, Mrs. John C'orbln,
Mrs. Jainss Cushinsn, ie,h.,i-
Mrs. Walter llamrnsch. MIm KKtherlns
II Iiavls, Mrs II. I'. I)vlnn, Mrs. William
"I'irtl. i)eni"ret. Mra. Clarence Undge.
Mr.. Wllllain P. Draper. Mrs. Colem.n du
1'mV. Kntheryn rhllllpa Kdn. Mrs. Maud
Howe Hlllotl, Mrs. Ralph Ellis, Mra. Uuy
B,M'".0nj. Blo.t K....U. Mr.. M.r.hall
rlMr3Jaine. R. narll.M. Mrs. K. J. flave.
en, Mrs. Prank A. Ull.suii. Mr.. Lee Uoldi.
boro, Mlsa Florence Guernsey.
Mra Chauncey J. Hamlin. Mr.. Jonn
Hur. Hammond, Mr.. John Henry Ilam-
T llsrrlfk. Mrfc Thorn. HltencecK. Mtn.
(itorie Q. Horowlt., Mr.. Colgate lloyt. Mr..
Mr. Arthur I.elln. K
Mi.a France. A. Keller, Mr.. Abbla K.
KrM.S: Hrran Latliiop. Mra. Owen tj Fjvr,
Mr. Wllllm l.oh. Jr., Mr., wwia i..
Mr. Curnellua Vanderbllt, Mrs. (ieotue
Mr.. Fella Wrbur, Mrs Harclay War
burton, Mra. Catiot Ward, Mra. Charle. II.
Warren. Mrs. Charlea 8. Whitman. Mr.
Travis II. Wtiltn'. Mrs. Harry Whiteside.
Mrs. ileorgs Wli kersliam, Mr.. Orine V 11
sen. .1r.. Mr. Heekman Wliithn-p. Mr
IVMiit, Wltheri.es, Mrs ch.irlss Hnueli u
WiiimI, Mra. l.ewi II Works
LUSITANIA SURVIVOR SUES.
.1. I,. Mrr sUs m.lMtlt (or In
juries Mincrcil In Disaster.
A suit for 7ii,."ir..-. against the Cunaiil
.siteamslilp Cnnipaiiy by Joseph I. .Iv ik
who w.'ih severely Injured on the l.ul
taula, was tiled In the Supreme Court
)eslerday. The plaintiff says in wa
vice-president of tho Anceln k Meis
Company, In charge of Its business in
Kngland and France. The complaint te
cites the (iarman warnings as to vessels
in the war zone and states that the l,u- -taula
was In this zone wla.ii she w.i
"The Lu.itanla did not follow a proper '
and prudent course," says the plaintiff,
"but on the contrary maintained a course
litiown to be dingcrous and Infested with .
hostile submarine.". The defendant's otll-1
cers, although well aware of tho danger.
falWd to warn and direct the commander
to lake euch precautious us would be i
likely to avoid danger. The Lusltanla
failed to mnlutaln her maximum or usual ,
speed, but proceeded at a reduced rate, i
thereby making her a target for hostile I
submarines while proceeding through tho j
The plaintiff suffered broken legs nnd
broken ribs and lost his Interest In hi
business. He asks 171,000 for this and
f l.aSB for his personal effects.
pipei-. in the case say ;nn an
the pl iiniHT- entered Into in agieeme i
whereby Ma.vo was to sell to the pla.n
tiffs ..on,nno of the preferred stock
the company for i:r.0,000 and that ns
additional compensation for flnanclns I i
deal the pi ilntiffs were to receive lino,
oo of the common stock. Kami- .ml
Kingston snv Ma.vo refused to earn ieit
tlie terll . of t'ie ilgte.llieut
Plan wero announced )eslerday by
th" American Committee) of the Inter
national Reconstruction League, 200
Fifth nvenue, for a 110,000,000 combina
tion of war relief agencies to consolidate
their work during and after tho war and
to prepare the way for permanent peace.
Th scheme had been discussed abroad
by Frederick H Allen, treasurer of the
American committee, who expects to re
turn next week. Tho organization hopes
to have flO.nurt.OOO to begin Its work
and John Moffat, one of the originators
of tho plan, said that very large sums
have been pledged thus far,
Tho purposes of tho league are these:
Immediate relief work for tho suffering
war victims, this relief lo continue
throughout the war: American aid for
tlie Htrlcken people when they turn from
war to the task of rehabilitating their
devastated homes; iui educational plan to
nrouse publlo opinion to Iho practica
bility of a worldwide arrangement that
will Insure H lasting peace with a view
to pledging America to It support.
The general organization I to be com
posed of the largest war relief societies.
Ureat mass meetings tiro projected to
acquaint the public with tho plans of
the International Reconstruction League,
whoso primary object Is lasting peace.
However, It Is not the Intention of the
league to Initiate pence negotiations. Its
work will be devoted hi that respect to
reconstruction after the war and to an
educational propaganda for a lasting
international law code and Interna
t mini machinery to enforce It.
The tentative scheme outlined by the
league Is to get this country to pledge
Its support lo a permanent coro of In
ternational law, a world court of Justice;
the obligation of all signatory Powers
to pledge their economic mid military
resources to the execution of the coutt's
decree, unvl the limitation of nrmament
and Its interuitlon.il control,
Among those usx'latil In the work
of the league are Mrs, J. Horden Harrl
man, Llndley M tiarrison. Henry l.ec
Hlzglnsnn, Charles r. Norton, Hasll
Miles, Mrs. Wlllard P. Straight, Mrs.
James W. Wadavvorth, Jr., and Mrs.
Leonard Wood. The cooperating or
ganizations arc th" Allied Relief Com
mittee, Committee of Mercy. Committee
for the Relief of Relglan Prisoners In
(Jrrrr-iiny, Queen of the Rvlgbms Fund,
American Committee Collecting for the
American Women's War Relief Fund and
the ltu-flan War Relief Committee.
Four hundred schoolboys In khaki
rendezvoused at Klghty-slxth street and
Fourth avenue, Ray Ridge, at 10 o'clock
yesterday morning, marched to Fort
Hamilton nnd plunged Into the shaking
down process of the first day of the
military Instruction camp conducted by
tho National Hchool Camp Association
of H road way.
Hut before tho ramp wss established
those In charge of It wero forced to
deceive the Government. !.ast week the
(lovcrnment seized 6S0 cots the associa
tion had purchased In Ualtlmore. The
association bought a second lot, but
Uncle Sam, needing the co' along the
Mexican border, seized those too. Ac.
cordlnglnty Arthur H. Hoffman, William
Hard, Frederick L. Long, ldlwln JJ. Ap
pletoti and James F. Free, the officers of
the association, purchased u third lot
and hid them In the cellur of tho Army
Because the Oovernment deolded to
prepare for possible wsr with Iftsteo
members of Mrs. ... Hungerford Mil
hank's International Order of Mlllbaiy
Women couldn't encamp at Blrchwood
Lake yesterday as they planned. Three
hundred members had enrotted to leave
by the Ontario and Western Railway at
11 :46 yesterday and had their uniforms,
guns, fishing rods, Ac, all paefcad when
the news came that there weren't any
tents there and that mariy of th other
things needed In a military camp were
lacking. A stern Uncle Ram had requi
sitioned so many of these thing for the
Mexlca border that deft. Mllbank
couldn't get any for her army.
The ramp will be equipped by Wednes
day, however, and on that day the firtt
Instalment of campers will leave by the
Ontario and Western from West Forty-
und Navy Stores In West Forty-second jeeonu sireei. uen. .MtiDanK wm amruit
street, whisking them to Fort Hamilton . opening of tho camp to aom of hjr
while L'ncle Sam was busy with other
"I liellcvn thl Is the first camp of Its
kind In Ihe country," said Mr. Long.
"We Intend that It shall bo Kxhlblt A
for the United States to show what ought
to bo done with schoolboys. Tho camp
Is going to last two months. It costs
ich boy Ills uniform, 10 cents a month
dues and 20 cents a (lay for his
sustenance. It I possible for a boy to
stay only two weeks If he so wishes.
Pergt. John Rachok, Twenty-ninth
United States Infantry, Is tho chief In
structor of the camp, having come on
furlough from Panama for this purpose.
CAMP DEWEY FOR BOYS.
Three Hundred Youngster, to Drill
Vr t London, Conn.
Three hundred schoolboys over 1 1
)ears old will soon have an opportunl y
to spend the summer lu Camp Dewey,
which ha been established on seventy
live acres on the Thames River, near
New Ixindon, Conn., by the United States
Junior Naval Reserve, Inc. It Is the
first naval and merchant marine train
ing camp of that organization.
Competent Instructors, Inspectors and
supervisors will have charge, and the ex
petie to each boy Is sllsht, hs the camp
is largely supported by contributions
from persons In sympathy with Its alms.
Junior officers, as she cannot go tfll
"I nm a wife and mother," aha aald
yesterday, "and husbands and children
have some eights after all. But begin
ning with July 10 I shall have charge
of the camp."
Women and girls will not be alone n
the camp. There will be a section for
married men and their families. Olrla
between the ages of 12 and 17 wilt be In
the Junior section of the camp and (Iris
over 17 In the senior seetlon. An active
life Is planned. Reglnnlng at A. M.
the campers wilt fish, tramp, receive
military Instruction, listen to lectures
and engage In various forms of outdoor
recreation. The board Is $10 a weak.
not Including uniforms, and no on la
to appear in camp without that khaki
uniform In which den. Mllbank drills
Rlrchwood Lake Is near Montloallo, (n
Siilllva-n county, and la 1,500 above) aa
level, thoush only 1S5 miles front New
York city. Nurses and physician wtU
be In attendance when required. Oroupa
of campers will be going up every Hm
day and Wednesday till the and af the
season, September 0.
Ilrooklrn lletttnaj Favei JfadMeV
Fred Schumm In Brooklyn yesterday
recorded a 1U of 1 8 50 to B00 In favoV
of tho election of Hughes over Wilson
and another bet of fSSO to $500 that
Wilson will not carry New York dtate.
NEW LEAGUE TOR SEABURY.
nrnoLlan OrKniiliMt Ion Went
.Indue Hlrclrd (intrrnnr,
A league. In which a few Republlc.i -
and Progressive a well as Demoorale
are enrolled has, been organized in
Rrooklyn to promoto the nomination of
Judge Samuel Seabury of the Court of
Appeals for Oovernor. Hcadmiirteif.
will bo opened to-morrow at 3S3 Fulton
The officers of the league nre Alonio
J. McLaughlin, head of the RrooV'vn
Democratic Club, president; Robert II
Klder, f!en. Horatio C King and Fred
eric W. Hlurlchs. vice-presidents. Wll
Han W. Whcatty, treasurer; Frederick L.
Crautord, chairman of the cw'CUtlve com
mittee , and James F. Duhamel, secretary.
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HOUSE PASSES VACATION BILL.
Vlrainrr ilsre ,tO Days Leave In
.vr Yard tmplo) rea.
WASHtN'iTos-. July 1. The TaJbott bllt.
-ranting thirty days annual leave to ; r
diem emplo)ees of the government mivv
yards and arsenals, pan-ed the House
to-day without objection.
The bill nffects the emplo)een of all
the liovi rntnent arsenals nml navy yards
throuirbiiiit the country. The number of
men affe'tisl by the proposed Uls.allun
Is estimated to be 40,0(mi. The meaure
a It parsed the House provided that
"each and every emplovee of the nav
yards, cun factories, naval stations and
ursemilx of the United Statts liovern
ment Is hen by granted thirty worklni:
days leave of absence each year without
forfeiture, ef pay during su. h leave
provided that pro rata leave w ith p. 5
shall lie allowed to those servlnc frac
tional parts of a year. an! provided
further that In nil cases the heads of
division shall have discretion as to the
time when the leave can best be al
leged." It Is undertood that th Tallinn
measure will ,nnn b acted upon by Cn'
Lord & Taylor
38th Street FIFTH AVENUE 39th Street
Store Hours: 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Closed Saturdays
STORK OPEN MONDAY, CLOSED ALL DAY TUESDAY
f jk A C " r niilfe -ti J r T)eAr c
J Furs, Wearing Apparel, Rugs and Draperies
July Clearance Sale
WOMEN'S FINE FOOTWEAR
In correct lasts and leathers for Midsummer wear.
Beginning Monday, this important Annual event affords unusual econo-
rhe season s smartest novelties arc especially featured at Greatly
to meet Mr. ami Jirs.
The full committee Is ns fob
Yf." Un,1?SrWn?;;n. Mri. William F. Mor-
SIX DIE IN AN EXPLOSION.
Three More Slay Rnrenmh From
trlna Powder Co. 'a Accident.
HMltinii'M, Pa., July 1. Another ilrv
house of the Etna Powder Company,
known as No. Ill, exploded this after
noon and caused six eleaths, Five Injured
men are In the Wllllamsport Hospital,
Two of tlieni may die. Another Injured
emplovee, who Is at the plant. Is nut c.
peeled to survive.
The building was wrecked by the ev
plosion, Ihe cause of ivhlcli lias not
We Mean You
Join Ihe Depot Battalion of the I2lli
Rtfiment and show jour patriotism by
serrinf in the HOME GUARD while Ihe
bey are at the front.
Apply lo the retruitinf office, 1 2th Regi
ment Armory, 62d Street and Columbus
Avenue, any night except Saturday and
Sunday. II you can't volunteer for active
(irtrCO hart la your chance to help rifht
her at hems.
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564-566 -U.0&6S iKUUi-APrnUf.'
46 T anq 47ria7S.
Have arranged for to-morrow,
The following important
A clearance of many groups of fashionable Apparel
Street & Semi-dress Suits, $25
Formerly $55, $65, $75 to $125
De-irible models in tans, blacks, navies, check and novelty materials.
$35 & $45 Tailored Linen Suits at $18
Utility, Travel and Motor Coats
Formerly $45, $55, $65-
Pumps and Colonials
I'sualU S.oo .1
Colonial mi'' leather tuvrred bucklrs
u id covered Louie XVI lircls. Pumps in
prettily perforated, extremely L-raccful styles.
Fashioned of tmc Colored IviiUkin in
I 'car I Grey, Dark Grey, Taupe,
( hampmjnc and Ivory.
j j .Vroml
1750 Pairs Low Shoes
Formerly 5.00 to 7.00
A varied assortment oi styles, including
novelty effects marked at this extremely low
price because we do n-it intend to reorder
Patent, Dull and White
m. rS rT- i
Of White Serge Shtnlung Velour and Gabardine
Porch d Evening Wraps
Formerly $75, $85 to $95 at $45
Only one or two of a kind but styles are none the less desirable.
$15 to $25 Country Club Skirts- $8, $10, $15
Of Pique Linen and Shantung.
Sports & Semi-dress Hats $5 & $10
A Timely Offering
Of White Pique
.our of the vecy new
est models with smart
pockets in various styles;
effectively trimmed with
Waistband sizes up
(o jfi inches.
(.rotfie. I'lorr Tables.
Smart Xovelties in
(lay in colui, novel in -hnpc nnd delight- Ontrich Capes with row upon row of un-
' a I v ,tl
Fetching Fashions in
fullv effect he.
curled ostrich feather bands, mounted on
satin. Tasscled cords arc tied, surplice
fashion (illustrated) $2.95
White Marabout Capes with rolling collar
and wide satin tics $8.95
White Marabout Hoas--n effective as
white fox but much lighter in wek'hr, in
.mini 3 1 rffeets . . Si 1 QS
Hat lianas of silk braid with floral em- f Marabout Shoulder Capes Natural Col
Sport Collars of silk poplm (illustt.ited), j
brightly banded in all colors 50c !
Sport Ties to match collars (illust'd) 50c
Hat Scarfs to match 50
Hal Hands of Roman silk ribbon. ..75c
Hat Hands of knitted silk, striped or bnr-
l l ... l . i r. i 1 En..' . . ii i I
uercii aim tassei unisncd .ouu ana ol.UU j
broidery SI. 50 I
Hat Scarfs of dotted ponuco and striped i
poplin Sf.00 and $1.50
Sport Scarfs of knitted silk in bright colors j
and color combinations, bordered and '
hcailv fringed $5.00 lo 8.95 j
or Marabout feathers lined with turquoise,
coral or white satins; arc curved prettily
to fit the shoulders. Finished witn cords
and tassels in various lengths; all deep and
amazinplv effective. Are priced,
' $10.95, $12.95 and $15.00
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