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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY; "MAY 2: 1915.
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Times Beauty Contest
Will Close Tomorrow
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eligible; Pictures Mailed Tonight Sure to Reach
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Oalx a few hour remain In which
ta rubral: phtojeraphs In The TlmrH
beaotr contest which haa captlvattd
attracttTe Waehlnston Rlrla and
their a4tnlrera for the last month.
Th- roBtent cloaea at noon tmorrnw,
and pbotoajrapha which have not
been received hy the Beauty Kdltor
by that hour will be Ineligible for
!"ttocnpl. mailed tnnlRht ahould
reach tl. lleauty Kdltor In amplo
time Tlie picture of Washington
dr who are aspirant for the fren
aarney to the Pacific coast may ho
rat by mail or brought In person to
The photographs have flffuratlvely
rained upon the iWuty Kdltor d ur
ine the clcslns; houra of the content.
More tjjan twenty were received In
one raall. and yesterday afternoon
man eonteatants. or their friends,
brecsht photocrapha In person.
Metker Enters Picture.
A tapther brought In tho picture of
a beauUful daughter and asked "If It
roold look right for a mother to en
er her own daughter."
HSe waa Informed that many mothers
hare come forward during; the contest
with llkeneraea of a favorite child; that
fathers, alatera, and brothers havo en
tered the photographs of beauties, and
there existed no reason whatever why
rhe ahould not give her daughter nn
opportunity to win a free Journey to
the San Francisco and San Diego ex
positions. Nor Is It regarded as "forward" for
a young woman to submit her own
photograph. A beautiful girl may bo
conscious of her charms without being
vain and egotistical, and If she believes
that nature has so endowed her that
he haa a chance to win she la certainly
to be pardoned If sbo enters her own
Not a few Washington girls have
availed themselves of this privilege,
and In several Instances where a girl
haa sent her own photograph tho aamo
picture has romo In lnlrr from another
source showing that there wcro others
who ndmlrcd her.
With tho closo or the contest to
morrow, n dny or two will lapso for
tho listing of belated entrants. By
tho middle of the week It Is expected
that all of tho nhototrrnnhs submit
ted during tho month tho contest has
run will be In the hands of tho Judges.
It probably will require a week or
ten da"H for the Judges to examlno
fairly tho big pile of pictures. An
announcement of tho winner, It Ih
thought, can bo tnnrie heforo the mid
dle of May, thus giving tho fortunoto
girl throo weeks In which to make
ready for tho trip West.
The Itinerary for the Journey was
published In The TImoH yostorday. It
callR for a greeting from the Mayor
of Chicago, a brief tour of Kansas
City, Denver, and other cities on
route to the coast, a day or so at
Universal City, built expressly for
the staging of motion picture pjays,
a delightful stay at San Diego, and
San Francisco, where tho two exposi
tions colebratlng the opening of tho
Panama Canal are In full swing, a day
at the Grand Canyon and rail and
Tho Journey Is to bo made by special
train, leaving Chicago, Juno 6. Tho
winning girls there will bo fortywsdd
beauties aboard should reach their
homes again late In tho same month.
Newspapers In all sections of tho
United States are conducting beauty
contests, and the Washington winner
will find beauties from practically every
Stato In tho Union when sho starts
Wcstwurd with her companions. Tho
entire party, as previously explained,
is to bo chaperonod by several women
of prominence and every caro will bo
taken for tho comfort and safety ot
tho young women so fortunate as to
represent the National Capital and the
sovereign States In this nation-wide
It Is now up to other Washington
beauties to seo that their photographs
are submitted to Tho Times berore
BERLIN ADMITS RIGHT
Dernburg Asserts Germany Only
Asks Equal Rights to Buy
Food From Here.
THE "ScATHER REPORT.
to locate and demolish them with
bombs, but so far without success.
Just how many are In use Is known
only to tho French and British high
army chieftains. All Information con
cerning; the Dunkirk situation is re
fused. But refugees who aro arriving here
on every train say they believe there
are at leaat two. They throw greai ex
plosive shells, which wipe out all
buildings near where they strike and
leave grat holes In the ground and
piles of shapeless debris.
The ehelU so far have fallen In va
rious parts of the city and rumors are
afoot here that one at least has fallen
on tne outer ior, """";:.'---them.
To date moro than thirty per
sons have been killed and half a hun
dred injured. , . .
Although no oinciai aiuiuuii''"""'-
succeed In piercing our linos. They
aro now trying dnly to Influence neu
tral opinion. This latest manifesta
tion Is devoid of military effect and
the situation Of the armies In Tinloinm
to not modified in the slightest degree."
Defeat of Allies on
Is Claimed by Turks
LONDON. May 2. Despite the denial
by the British war office that tho
Turks have gained tho slightest advan
tage ovor the allies along the Dardan
elles, tho Turkish war office statement
issued today in Constantinople and sent
hero by wireless from Berlin rrltcratos
the claim of Turkish victory. It reads
PHILADELPHIA. May 2. Dr. Born
hnrd Dnrnhnrir. former secretary of
stato for tho Gorman solonlcs, and next
to Ambassador von Bernstorff, re
garded as chief spokesman for tho
Kaiser in Amorlca, took advantage of
the platform of tho American Academy
of Political and Social Science yester
day to brand oa falso a statement by
Dr. Charles Noblo Gregory, of Wash
ington, that Gormany had protested
uiiuliiHt flhlnmiMit of arms to England.
Hn also declared that some clause
making posslblo compulslvo arbitration
should bo Included in tho treaties of
peaco at tho closo of tho European war,
Ami fnvnrnrt iihIiic "economic prcssuro '
against offenders to bring about arbi
tration in tho future.
Dr. Dernburg arrived hero Friday
evening just in timo to hear the clos
ing address at tnat session
that city effectively, as tho caliber of
tho guns of tho light vessels Is only 4.6.
Tho shells mmX on Dunkirk wen? rjll of
Speaking of tho operations at tho Dar
danelles, the minister assorted that de
clslvo and dollnltn results, which he
awaited with absoluto continence, might
bo expected soon.
Important Gains Won
By Czar in Direction
Of Stry, Says Petrograd
PKTROGRAD. May 2, Important
Russian gains In tho direction of Btry,
whoro two hills havo been captured and
l.OOJk Austrian and Germans made pris
oners, aro claimed In an official state
ment from the war office. Soveral ma
chlno guns also were taken. Tho war
office announced that the Slav offonslvo
in tho Stry region continues.
Near tho Ursok pass tho enemy was
on the offensive in a serious engage
ment Thursday and Friday near Pol
ena, but was repulsed with heavy
The Russian forward movement along
tho left bank of tho Nlomen, In Poland,
is proceeding satisfactorily.
3 Die in Launching
Of French Warship
PARIS. May ?. Tho launching near
Bordenux yesterday of tho Langue-
doc. which, with tho Normanaie,
BUILT N U
New Yorker Promises to Submit
Proof They Are Shipped to
ripudotnv In Wlthnrsnoon Hall. This ., il. . TTV.npVi hnttloshlD
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auurcss was Dy ur. uregory. noviuuj
to that Dr. Dernburg had insisted
that he bo excused from speaking,
but when Dr. L.. S. Rowc, tho presi
dent. Informed tho delegates of Dr.
Dornburg's prosenco yesterday at the
session at tho Hotel Walton, and ox
tended an Invitation to speak, tho
Gorman diplomat did not rcsltate, to
Dr. Itowo's surprise.
"Germany never and at no timo
has disputed tho right of tho United
States to ship arms to England. Tho
statement of Dr. Gregory is abso
lutely false." This was Dr. Dorn
burg's emphatic denial, and, though
unqualified In his address, ho ex
plained it afterward to newspapor
"Germany admits tho riitht of tho
United States to ship munitions of wur
to whomsoever she cares," ho said, "and
the Gorman government has never pro
tested against It. But if Americans uro
upheld by the United States In ship
ping arms to EnBland, why does not tho
United States demand that her pooplo
havo tho right to ship food i to Ger
many? Germany has mado no protest
aguliiKt shipment of arms to England,
Krwico or Russia, but England has
Placed an embargo upon American ships
carrying food to Germany. All Germany
asks of tho United States Is to accord
to tiermany tho same treatment In re
gard to foodstuffs as sho has accorded
to England in regard to arms."
Dr. Dernburg s statemeents ns to what
ho considers should bo embodied In the
ia we . the instrlct of Co-rmano-
VrraJt ttlr tnU;bt and ilon-
; t oSTat tXTtrwn winds.
Xarrtas 0-araaj fair tonight and
Maea?. pi. to exxferate northern
Vbxia Fas- toeirht and Monday.
"it t nHl northern nlnda.
Xelaar-Jrm fair tonight and
Jiday T94--t !jK-ra winds.
V- Jw -rarl fjr tonight
ad Va4i3 OMWat. northern ntnda,
Eatr fVar Mania 5eoerallj- fair
re"aifc art Mwi tn rMitle to moderate
WTrra rVy1"nl I'naettfo to
rScS aad 3aaiy probably ahowera.
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- a m. and 4:57 p. m.
2-n a. m and 10:41 p. m.
Xnide'Tt is understood the civilian pop- '8
i .,-... I- i..lnc? hurred out of Dun-''" I0HOWS.
Ui. ," " ...e . T.-nKnA1.M ... ,U t
kirk and vKvnliy. I " -'-.-i.-. mo j".'iimHiua or
It Is hoped that the new German Gallipoli, tho enemy wad shut In In a
guns can oe pui oui u, """"'r"""" "' narrow strip or land, and. after at
tne alliea airmen, uimw ' -- -now
operating beyond Dunkirk, but
the government believes It will be best
to get the civilians away from the
danger one without delay. It Is stat
ed, however, that thoro has boon no
panic In the city.
Germans Meet ReverHCs.
Serious lighting also Is roported from
the Champagne region, on the heights
of the Meuse, and In the Vosgos. Tho
Germans have been repulsed at every
point where they have essayed an of
fensive. It Is stated, and the only
worry Is over tho Dunkirk situation,
where, because of the enormous cali
bre of their siege guns, the Germans
have an advantage.
rt,. war ntnen takes the position
that the German bombardment of Dun
kirk is a confession oi wmiuiwa uu
th part of the Germans. It says in
TTie bombardment of Dunkirk Is a
fresh proof that the Germans caanot
tempting to fight his way out, was
forced to retreat to the protection of his
ships after suffering, enormous losses.
On tho Phores of tho Bay of Saroc an
attempted landing by tlu rnomy was
frustrated with heavy loas. Tho official
British communication reviewing the
fighting from Sunday to Thursday ad
mits heavy losses to the allied army and
treaties of neaco are renarded oh slgnlfl
cant of tho sentiment of tho Kaiser and
German government. As Ambassador
Von Bornstorff Is limited in his state
ments to purely diplomatic matters, and
then only upon direct instruction from
Berlin, Dernburg has becomo moro than
ever tho "Kaiser's official mouthpiece."
Only Small German Ships
Have Eluded British Fleet
nnrtDEAt'X. Franc. May 2. "Tho
English blockodo remains as firm as
evec. and It would bo a dangerous ex
perience to attempt to forco it," said
Victor Augugncur, tho Frencl ilnlster
of marine, speaking on the subject of
the (lurinan bombardment of tho French
seapdit or uuhkick.
"SSw has It Ix-on a question of the
bombardment of Dunkirk by a German
floct," the minister said, "or b,j; the
enemv's vessels of largo tonnage
against our coasts. The enemy's pro
jectiles came from tho point of their
front nearest to Dunkirk. Tho city was
bombarded from tho land, not from the
"We know that light cruisers of thirty
knots belonclng to the enemy have
forced one point Rnd arrived off the
Belgian coast, but these vessels, assum
Ihk that they wcro able to reach the
lelnity of Dunkirk, could not bombard
floated since the war began, proves
the unprecedented rapidity and effic
iency of tho French dockyards. Tho
Longucdoo Is one of tho twenty-eight
capital ships that, according to the
naval construction program voted In
1810, must bo completed before 1020.
Others of the class are coming on
splendidly, many Improvements being
Introduced Into the original speciflca-
The launching of tho T-nKU0
was attended by an accident. Tho
essel left tho ways with such speed
that It stranded on tho bank or the
river. It strtick and crushed a
lltrhter, killing threo men.
The Longuedoc is of the suPe,r
drtadnaught type, of 24.S30 tons, with
a speed of more than twenty-one
"knots. She carrier tweivo ja.i-incii
guns, twenty-rour f-b-incn. n "".
six toipcdo tubes. She has 38.000
horsepower by means of two alterna
tive eneines, and also 20,000 horp
power from double turbines. She is
G74 feet long, and cost 13,321.000.
150,000 Canadians to Be
Sent to Battle Front
OTTAWA. Ontario. May 2. -Though
there- Visbeen no official announcement
of Ujo number of men Canada win send
to swell tho ranks of tho allies. It
is understood that according to present
plans 150.000 men will bo sent to the
firing line, and moro If Lord Kitchener
Instead of. sending the mon over In
batches ap re-enforcements when re
quired, the third and fourth contingents.
It Is stated, will be mobilized and sent
forward earlier than was at first In
tended. Exportation of Cotton
From Britain Forbidden
LONDON. May 2. Thv exportation of
A-aw cottin from the Vnltcd Kingdom
was speclfica!'!' prohibited in a speclaj
supp'ment to tho Official Gazette.
Tho prohibition covered all foreign
ports in Europe and on tho Mediter
ranean and Black seas, except thoso of
France, Russia, bpajn, ana t'ortugai.
Russian ports on tho Baltic aro Included
in tho prohibited areas.
Tho demand of the English public for
a specific prohibition agajfist tho ex
portation of cotton has been insistent,
but tl9 government heretofore has con
tended that th export has been pre
vented by the general blockade against
Officials of the State Department have
been advised by Gaston Bullock Means,
of New York, that ho will submit proof
this week that submarlno parts arc be
ing built by the Foro River Shipbuilding
Company at Qulncy, Mass., and sent to
Montreal to bo assembled and tested for
use by tho British government.
As evidence that there haa been a
breach of noutrallty in these transac
tions, Means says ho will submit num
bers of thenars which carried the sub
marine sections to tho McVlcar plant In
Montreal. Ho says that armed sentries
patrol tho Montreal shops, whero the
submarines aro assembled, and that a
Chicago bollcrntarkcr was shot and
filled when ho 'attempted to enter a
.uumreai snipyara WlUiout irtVlne tho
Information of other activity In tho
manufacture of war supplies In this
country has reached Washington. Bar
on Andre Beckendorff.'a Russian noble
man, now in tho United States, says
orders have been given to the J. G.
Brill Car Company, of Philadelphia, for
tho pnnstrllettnn nf 9(VW M.An..
wagons at a coat of $3,000,000. The
uiiiuwin uucumouve vvprKs, tho baron
said, has an order for tho construc,
tlon of 150 armored locomotives. Of
ficials of the Brill company havo de
nied, however, that their firm has such
Ship Off Irish Coast
LONDON, May i!.-Tho Gorman sub
marine claimed another victim yester-
dav. thft flteftl Hteamn,. T.'Maln X f 1vt
tons, owned by tho Dale Steamship
jiujjuuy, HU.VIU5 uccn lorpeuood and
The admiralty announcement did not
stato where she was sunk, but said
tho crew had been safely landed at
Scllly, u flBhlng village on tho coast
of Ireland. This leads to tho belief
that the Edale fell victim to the U-S3.
which also sunk tho Russian steamer
ALL NEUTRALS ASKED
TO OFFER MEDIATION
Women's Conference, in Turbu
lent Session at Close, Cables
Thanks to President.
THE HAGUE. May 2. All neutral
countrfes will bo invited to take steps
for a conference at which they can of
fer continuous mediation to tho warring
European belligerents and also to Invite
suggestions from tho belligerents them
selves, as to tho most reasonable pro
posals for a basis for peace.
This In effect is about all that the
Women's International Conference ac
complished. Tho closing session waa
In its manifesto, which was written
by Miss Fearn Andrews, tho congress
recommends the holdlngof world-wido
mass mootlngs for the'purposo of in
fluencing tho press. Tho brocuro calling
for a conference of neutrals and con
tinuous mediation without an armistice
was introduced by Miss Wales, of tho
University of Wisconsin.
The congress agreed to havo the In
ternational committee namo two dole
gates from each country to arrange for
another and moro representatlvo con
gress to bo held simultaneous with the
next Hague conference.
Desplto tho fact that the French gov
ernment had prevented any French
delegates being present, tho congress
adopted a message of greeting to tho
On motion of Dr. Ausberg a cable of
thanks was ordered sont to President
Wilson for his unofficial support and
sympathy for tho effort of tho women
to bring about peace.
After tho congress adjourned French
newspaper representatives demanded of
Mlbs Jano Addams why a protest by
French women against tho congress
tnkinir nnv action was not read. She
said it was received too lato, but that
anyhow it would not have been read aa
she had ruled out of order a whole
trunk load of similar protests. They
were not real protests, sho said.
Miss May Holliday Invited the Ameri
can delegates to proceed to Berlin and
seo for themselves how Germany's
enemies hnve misrepresented the situa
tion. The Invitation created no enthusiasm.
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