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THE WASHINGTON TIMES: FRIDXY TO3SE W 1919.'
HUOJUS DIB FROM FAMUTE.
NEW YORK. Jnna 6. Deaths are
ccrine in India in appajlinp nnm
era, because of failure off the crops,
according to the Rev. Dr. R. JL Home,
trho has served the national mission
ary council of India for forty-two
years, and who arrived yesterday on
his first furlough In eight years. He
Brought with him a message from
the viceroy to President Wilson.
BROADWAY DELICATESSEN STORE
Why Cook This Hot
Only Real Delicatessen in the City
Why Not Buy Like
Everything cooked you can think of.
Potato Salad, made
with Raymond's Mayonnaise.
Large Roast dj f a
Chicken k.UM Ctt.
Fried Chicken. Roast Beef. Home-Boiled Hams.
Home-made Bread, Bzscaits, Rolls, Com Bread.
We Make the Raymond's Mayonnaise, Sold
By AH Grocery Stores.
BROADWAY DELICATESSEN STORE
Cloved Sundays 714 K St
N. Y. BANKERS BAND
TO FINANCE EUROPE
NEW YORK. June 6. Initial steps
to co-ordinate the flnenclal and Indus
trial resources of the United States
for extending credit to European
countries were taken at an informal
meeting of twenty executives from
the largest national banks, trust com
panies, and private hanking houses In
this city at the offices of J. P, Morgan
& Co. here yesterday.
The meeting resulted In the ap
pointment of a subcommittee of five
to develop co-ordinating plans to set
similar committees at work In other
large cities of this country and to re
port to a larger committee.
H. P. Davison, of the Morgan firm,
who presided, explained that bankers
were engaged merely in creating ma
chinery necessary to extend the
credits which will be required to set
European countries on their feet and
get them back to Viormal industrial
and financial conditions.
Bankers in Chicago, St. Louis, San
Francisco, Boston, and Pittsburgh and
other important financial centers will
be asked to take similar action.
Bltftis, (Bantagts, Heaths
Notices May Be Phoned UjiHI 1 p.M. Ham SS60, Branch S.
OR DAVID VOLLAND
TAFT SCORES AXTI-IilAGTTERS.
PHILADELPHIA,' June 6. Former
President William H. Taft was the
orator at the thirty-fourth commence
ment of Bryn Mawr College yesterday,
at which he discussed the League of
Nations. "I am a Republican, and I
will live and die as one," he said,
"but certain issues are above party,
and personal hostility will never ex
cuse In the minds of the people an
opposition to the league which has
no reference to its merits or demerits."
Funeral services will be held to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock for
David Volland, forty-one years old,
at the home of his sister, Mrs. Anna
E. Haislip. 87 V street northwest.
Mr. Volland died Wednesday night.
The Rev. James D. Buhrer, pastor of
First Reformed Trinity Church, will
officiate. Interment will be in Pros
pect Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Volland was born In Washing
ton and lived here all his life. He
Is survived by a sister, Mrs. Anna E.
Haislip, and three brothers, Fred,
Charles, and Edwin Volland. He was
the son of the late David and Anne
HOWARD L STRAWN. .
Funeral services were held yester
day at Iaurel Hill, Philadelphia,
for Howard I. Strawn, sixty-three
years old, for thirty-five years a
clerk in the Government Printing
Office, who died Tuesday night at his
home here, 3006 Thirteenth street
northwest. Brief funeral services were
held at the home Wednesday night, at
tended by the members of ML Pleas
ant Lodge, No. 33, F. A, A. M. The
body -was taken to Philadelphia by
the family yesterday.
Philadelphia was the birthplace of
Mrsk's Shoe Stores, 1026-28 7th St.
As the Thermometer Climbs
Throngs Come to Hirsh's
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Pi mwit. T i obi
There is a real reason why we have been
so busy every minute of every day these past
few weeks. Hot weather just naturally invites
attention to our smart array of cool, com
fortable, dressy white footwear, and the prices
speak for themselves.
White Reign (Mth
$9.45 $9.95$ ?45
ok Ji I !
lW PS Iv v
Continuing the Sensational Sale
of Novelty Footwear
Slender little pumps smart little ox
fords dainty little colonials the season's
newest, smartest models at a price that
simply cannot be duplicated. Buy several
pairs it's wise economy.
In Patent Colt,
Dull Kid, Tan Kid,
Tan Calf, and
All the Delicate
Shades of Kidshin.
of Shoe Styles
1026-28-? st N.W '
the High Rent
Mr. Strawn, and he came to Wash
ington to accept tho position in the
Printing Office thirty-five years ago.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Katherlne M. Strawh; a daughter.
Mrs. Irwin S. Porter; and a son. F.
Manderson Strawn, VfrS. A., of 1818
Kalorama road northwest
JAMES B. KNOTT.
Funeral services were, held this
morning at .9 o'clock at St. Jo
seph's Church, Second and C streets
northeast, for James B. Knott, a sol
dier recently honorably discharged
from the service. Knott died Wednes
day afternoon. He had served three
enlistments, through the Spanish
American war, and$the Cuban and
DAVID EDGAR ANTHONY.
Funeral services were held this
aftornoon for Davfd Edgar An
thony, .lawyer, journalist and poet,
who died Wednesday at George
Washington University Hospital
after a briet Illness, at V. L.
Speare's chapel, 040 F street north
west. Interment was in Glenwood
Mr. Anthony "had been a prominent
member of the Washington bar for
twenty years. He graduated from
Harvard University In 1874, and from
the Albany Law School In 1876. "He
was an ardent sportsman and yachts
man, and took, a great interest In
military affairs. Several years ago
he was a staff officer of the Eighth
Regiment of the New York national
guard, and was succeeded In command
by Col. Theodore Roosevelt:.
He is survived by his wife. Mrs.
Jeannette Ballou Anthony; a son,
Robert Perry Ballou Anthony, who is
now In the army overseas; a daugh
ter. Mrs. M. A. Hamilton, nnrf a. c-mnri-
MRS. LOUISE A. BERGER.
Funeral services wm ftin vt.-
day afternoon for Mrs. Louise A. Ber
ger, one of the oldest residents of
Brookland, D. a, who died at her
home, on Sargent road, Wednesday.
She was seventy-seven years old, and
had settled in the District before the
civil war. She was prominent in
church work In Brookland. Interment
was in Rock Creek. Cemetery.
Mrs. Berger la survived by five sons,
Henry, Charles, Theodore.. Ernest and
JOSEPH BERNARD KNOTT.
Requiem mass was celebrated this
morning for Joseph Bernard Knott, a
recently discharged soldier, forty
four years old, at St.' Josoph's Church,
Second . and C streets northeast.
Knott died Wednesday at Providence
Hospital. Interment was at Arling
ton. Knott had been In ti.4. regular army
for three enlistments. He served
through the Spanish-American war
and 'the Philippine campaign. Ho
was the son of Mrs. Sallie A. Crown,
who is employed in the Census Office,
and the late William I. .Knott.
Earnest H. and Nona B. Mayer.
Laurence ana uoru C Knott.
Ralph C. and Florence Thompson.
George and Nannie Newman.
Jamea and Elisabeth Mills.
Samuel and Millie Edmonston.
Edward and! Gertrude Taxman.
William E. and Florence M. Davl.
Myrl BerUa .Smith. 22, -of Belfast, Me. and
Violet Army Rose. 19, of Eaat Lonalng.
Mich. The Rev. J. H. Dunham.
Robert C. Clark. 37, andd Mary Frances
Donohue. 26, both of this city The Rev.
M. P. J. Egan.
Frank Williams, 25, and Marie Spllman.
31, both of Cumberland. Md. Tho Rev.
J. E. BriffKs.
Dan C. Herrlnsr, 38, of Woodcllffe. N. J..
and Hazel Alice Dewar, 21, of Amhurat.
Mass. The Rev. O. J. Larkin.
Wesley L. Beasley. 22. and Esther E.
Dorey, 21. both of Richmond, Va. Rev.
John H. Jeffries.
Walter R. W. Hall. 27. U. S. N. and Ella
u. Btant. 31. of this city. The Rev.
Howard L. Btewart.
John Peter Loud. 45, of St. Charles, Mo..
and Marie Theresa Wilson. 23. of Rich
mond. Va. The Rev. P A. Cave.
Selma W. Simmons. 25, of Flncastle. Va..
and Lucy F. Delsher. 22. of Eagle Rock,
Va. The Rev. H. F. Downs.
Eppa L. Non-ls. 21. andd Susie G. McPher
on, 23, both of this I city. The Rev.
John C. Cepenhaver.
D.wlght Gordon Washburn. 22. and Kath
leen C. Doyle. 19, both of this city. The
Rev. Percy Hall.
Adam A, Sapnlel. 23, of Sutersvllle. Pa .
and Florence C. Elchler, 20. of Blythe
dale. Pa. The Rev. Jamea A. Smyth.
John L. Credille. 39, and Zclla Bradley
Fender. 33, both of this city. The Rev.
S. H Greene.
S A. Sharps. 23. and Grace Tollver. 23.
The Rev. W. D. Battle.
W. T. Adams, 26. and Rebecca Good. 26.
The Rev. D. E. Wiseman.
R. E. Curtis, 23, and Grace E. Vincent. 18.
The Rev. P. C. McAllister.
H T. Mills. 38, and Mime Brooks, 42. The
Rev. W. H. Jernagln.
J O. Fox, 2E. andd Juanlta Baker, 21.
The Rev William H. Dean.
George W Stevens. 31, and Ruth M. Rog
ers. 29, both of Fredericksburg, Va. The
Rov. J E Brlggs.
Herman G. Lazarus. 22. and Eva A. Jones,
18. both of thla city. The Rev. John H.
Oliver W. Helnecker, 23, and Helen Grayce
Crossley. 21. of Boston, Mass. Tho Rev.
Forrest J. Prottyman.
Gordon Granger, 48, and Julia Evelyn
Price, 47, both of this city. The Rev.
Harry Claton Hardy. 21. of Baltimore.
Md . and Anna Beatrice Dill. 20, of
Boone. Md The Rev. William J. Meeks.
Albert M Arrlngton, 43. and Martha C.
Lechler. 32, both of Philadelphia. Pa.
The Rev. John H. JefTrles. .
Joneph Leroy Spllman. 21, and Emma S.
Jones. 23, both of this city. The Rev.
Frank X Blschon.
WIlBon Barker Navln, 25. of New Tork
City, and Margaret Darby, 2.1, of this
city. The Rev. Lewis E. I'urdum.
Earl William Barrows. 24. of Hartford.
Conn, and Lerinda Jeanette Smith. 23,
of Brooklyn. N Y The Rev. Howard
Thomas E. Colson, 23, and Helen G. Zaras,
iz. both or ualtlmorc. .Mil The Rev.
T E. Davis
W II Coombs, 29, and Kettle Adams. 23.
The Rev. I. C MrAllliiter"
J C Jackson. 29. and Edith Dotson, 2T.
The Rev W. II Dean.
P. Hale. 40. and Barbara Butler. 39. The
J. H. SMALL & SONS, Florists,
Corner 16th and H iU, WASHINGTON;
(Valdorf Asturla, and 405 Madison av..
New Tork. Flowers for funerals a spe
cialty. Prices moderate.
FLOWERS for all occasions. Call Franklin
4606; residence, Franklin 1166. GSO. H.
COOKE. 1102 Conn. ave. mylS-150t
Of every description Moderat prt
1J14 Y ST. N. W.
Rev.. W. J. H. Baldus.
J. C. Thomas. 21, and Ruth H. Wilson, IS.
The Rev. C. M. BUI '
E Pendleton, 22. and Jda M. Anston. 21.
The Rev. A. Sayjes.
E. C. Love. 24. and Jennie V. Boon. 23.
Tho Rev. S. Miller.
E. C Trice, 33, and Beatrice B. Galloway,
29. The Rev. W. B. Hill.
S. Lee, 24, and Florence Thompson. 22.' The
Rev.'W. B. Johnson.
I. K. Jones, 35, and Rosa B. Henderson, 38.
The Rev. G. L. Davis.
Herbert N. Martin. 42 yrs.. Sibley Hos.
Julia A. Barrett. 73 rr.. 1367 Columbia rd.
Laurence S. Beckley, 74 yrs., 1311 10th st.
Pearl Tatten. 5 yrs.. 1100 I st. se.
Mary Kldwell, 37 yrs.. Sibley Hos.
Clarence Weaver, 64 yrs., 1206 East Capitol
Joseph Wasteoski, 61 yrs.. en route to
Rebecca Jenkins Fletcher, 36 yrs., 2016
George W. Davis. 47 yra, 2354 6th st. nw.
Alclnda Payne, 68 yrs., Freedmen's Hos.
Hattle Stewart, 38 yrs.. 131 Reeves cL nw.
Rebecca P. Douglas, IS yrs., 2619 Va, ave.
Sylvester C Thompson, S dya., 1076 Wis
consin ave. nw.
Peter Bell, 35 yrs., Georgetown Hos.
Amos Hall, 11 yrs., E. Branch of Potomac
BACK FROM FRANCE,
YANK SEEKS DIVORCE
Archie M. Murray, a soldier recent
ly returned from France, has filed
suit in the District Supreme Court
against Mrs. Nellie M. Murray for an
absolute divorce alleging misconduct.
Tho husband represented by Attor-.
neys John R. Shields and William H.
Hoover, alleges that his wife, whose
whereabouts he does not know, and
who will be notified by publication of
this suit, trained their Infant daugh
ter to believe that "the other man"
was her real "papa." Murray says
he enlisted In August, 19J7, and went
overseas, and that his wife moved
to 1006 Fairmont street northwest.
Two boarders came, avers the hus
band, one of them being a clerk in
the quartermaster's department. He
was ordered to San Francisco, accord
ing to Murray, and Mrs. Murray fol
lowed him. being "impelled to do so
by infatuation. They were married
at Alexandria, Va., September 23.
PARTITI0N OF AUSTRIA HUGE
TASK, SAYS LONDON TftlES
LONDON, June 6. The Times yes
terday, commenting on the Austrian
peace terms, says: '
"In the main, as was to be expected,
the draft of the treaty presented'' to
Germany's ally closely resembles that?
handed to Germany. The territorial
clauses havo been rendered far mora
complicated by the extensive trans
fers, said to. amount to 160,000 square
miles and 35,000,000 souls rendered
necessary by the rise of new states.
"This breaking up of the great em
pire inhabited by some dozen differ
ent races has confronted the peace
conference, with one of ICa root -
dupus tasks. They have not yj. solved
it altogether. There.is.no paftfof the
treaty which is less likely to satisfy
everybody than that which xel&tece
these problems' of territory uj o: .j
"If the treaty affords even" fctf 'apt
proximate solution ifwlll hve.'cftAi.v
all that can reasonably bj- hpfiedv
Time and. the machinery, of-c thftj
League of Nation nuat bofufejqT
for minor adjustments In'thB Tatder:
A aUESTIOW OB TASTE; AT TltlTt
BOSTON, "June 6. A 'p?o aiiyat?
with an ear for music -nearljc-broke t
up a concert here during the pktyin?
jot Wagner's muIc The cat. raised.
Its voice. Ushers raised' It Uxarejt'g'r.; t
the way. s - - -
Thrift t progress. Keep oa
ellmblas vrita W. 8. 9.
.ansaWVBBaBaaaBA aeKasA '
ON'T Give tlie Slight-
to -the grocer who jogrs a sub
stitute for Elk Grove Butter. Re
fuse the substitute una eo whe
you can buy the
AT ALL CROC
Golden & Co.
92248 U. Ave.
Open 9:15 A. M. New York WAsiiNGTp--Paris f ;
The Woodward & Jtothrop Men's Store
Catering rully to every-plan's ijot-weather neecMnt
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APPAREL HATS FOOTWE
HABERDASHERY -, )
Men look tousjfpr J quality, and werare ever urging it as a basis of ecpnonrp
buying. It's not what a man pays, bur r,ather what he gets tor what ne pa
find pvrv arfTrii nffcrprt iin nnr Mpti'q Sfnrv. fhf hpst PTfldft at 5tJ TnC-
.'?- jj i'. C.-' .
At this particular time you wilKJbe inteVeste&.iii out preparations for supplying yrrfj
We Place on Sale Tomorrow a. Specal Purchase of
MEN'S STRAW HATS
At the Low. Price of $2.65
A concession to us by the maker brings us. this new lot
of hats in this season's newest styles TfacP qualities. THrec.
distinct -shapes of sennit and fancy braids, '"'with .rouri1 and
plain edges. A hat that you will agr'e-5 is exee'ptionavalue.
at the price. ; f
New Summer Neckweaf
To Matcfe the Stripes in the ShxrisV -
Very attractive assortments of Washable Ties, with colored stripes of fast colors.
Madras with si stripes, 75c each; silk and silk fiber stripes, at $1. ,.-'
.Plain UOlorea jrepe rour-m-nana iies, ugns ana cooi, x.xa.
Plain Colored Barathea Silk Bow Ties, 55c; Foulard Bow- Ties, 75c and $1.
Brocade Bow Ties, $1.50.
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l3an dsoitte. , .
Are Correct for Summer Wear
There's little wonder men have
taken so strongly to silk shirts.
They add a note of distinction to
every man's costume; they are
cool, comfortable and suitable for
all occasions of wear. Our stock
is worthy your inspection.
For Wear With Low Shot
Silk Lisle, Full-fashioned Socks, black and
plain colors, 75c pair.
Silk Socks in plain colors and black; 85c
Black and Plain Colored Fine Thread Silk
Socks, double lisle toes, heels and soles, $1.00,
$1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
Clocked and Novelty Striped Silk Socks, $1.00.
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00.
If You Look for
Ask to see the ROCK-
INCHAIR the improved
union suit. Bend over and
stretch it. You'll find a
new brand of summer COr
FORT. Scat and crotch
made exactly like your
trousers: opens on the side
and adjusted in a jiffy:
blouse at waist back, af
fords unusual freedom of
action. 91.50 to $7.30 garment.
There is wonderful- varietyCJia
patterns ana colorings. - -r.
Genuine Silk Crepe Shirts, -$10
Wfci'o SUIT RmjtrMnfcTi
Silk Madras Shirts, $7.50.,
SUk Shirts, $10.00 ud$12A0..,
Silk Madras Shirts, $5.
For Summer Wear
A Man Must Have White Low Shoes
Not only for their attractive, summery ap
pearance, but for his own comfort. We are
showing two particular smart models at .$6.50,
One is built on a neat wearable English lastj.
of white canvas, with leather sqle and heel; the
other is a Blucher model, having medium round
toe. - -
For the Swimming Pool or
Two-piece Suits in plain colors
with contrasting stripes; also hea
ther mixtures in various shadings.
Prices Range $4.00 to $8.00
Men's Store, First floor. F and Tenth street
J. WILLIAM LEE,
UNDERTAKER AND LIVERT.
332 Pa. Av. U. V..
Telephone U. 112a, WASHINGTON. D, a