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"' -tTsi- tijy--vtT- -5-i v-r iV - V 1-r v THE WASHINGTON HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1915. HAITIAN TREATY WOULD AID I) S. Strengthens American Posi tion in Caribbean and Pro tects Panama Canal. PROVIDESCONSTABULARY Document Permits Thi Country Maintain Order and to Su pervise Expenditures. to MaJ Gen Leonard Wood, of the United States armv. was yeaterdaj severely rep rimanded hy Sccretarj of War Garrison foi permitting Theodore Roosevelt to de liver to the business men in the military camp at Plattsburg. N. Y., tin. sensa tional fcpetch in which Mr. Koosevelt de nounced the Wilson administration for its failure to put through a big military program at the last session of C-in-grf-s Political leadtrs interested In the ad ministration will ue everv endeavor to dii-Udde the President from imposing pumsnment on Gen Wood bevond that intiicted by the telegram of leprimand forwarded In Secretary Garrison The fear .m issue has been raised through which Mr koosevelt ma be able to maki political capital on tho alleged fail uie of the administration to adopt a progressive policy in tin upbuilding if tin aimv and navy Tho telegram to Gt n ood amounts to n rebuke to the former I'ltsiiltnt and it is generally ev ptcted that it will luing forth a prompt ispon from Mr Kooevelt KcliuUril' bv flnrrlftun. Socrotirv Garrison's telegram to Gen ood follow "I hive just setn the reports in the newspaiM r of the speech nyde bv former President Itooevelt at the Pljttsburg camp It is difficult to conceive of anv- thing which could have a more detri mental effect upon the real value of this speriiiiint than such an incident "This camp, held under government niisph-es was suectsjjfully demonstrating mil v things of great moment Its vir tue i onsisted ill the fart that It nneeri the rnited Mit on iiplev Hull whihlts own improwve lesson In Its practical inner ino piopn., irrnv i - r h and successful opention and rcsuItH No least tin vns. I'lhi I lis sn. thf-io will j oppfrtumt should hive been furnihea i. no.iiigirof niv power .meinptnu o j to iny one to present tn the men inv neroi h !' Il.iit-s vfnereintv With ,,,,, r excepting that which was essen tia retirement of the Ainenein foi" ., )o ,)lL , CP..ar training they were his sovenuiK nt will undoubtedlv rc-erve I theie to receive Anvthing else" could the ii,-lit to nonupv in the cvhiu 01 ine nl, Ilp ,1P enV t of distracting atten- Tha' the iction of the I tntnl Mates in n .1'ening in the irpubhi of Haiti mask" a mu h lugt-r puips that will eraduallv be un'.ldid is piivateiv lilmit ted bv olflcials eharsccl with rti-ponsi-l'll tv In fi.inun., t'le Aineiictn foreign policv With fcanto Domingo and Huti nde th, pioteetion of the l'nit d Stales danger of tomphcations th it would n sue if either or both countries wire ur c ipied bv a foteigu power is avtrtnl t the same tun. rs tcion of tin two le publiis strengthens the mcrican io-i-ti 'ii in the ctrlb!iean w hu h will be vat htd jealouslv b the I niled tates f the end that no foici,;n power so ill a n a footholil In close preiimitv to th I n m,i Canal Tho KnitiM State- otb a s su. has no selhsh puipose tos-eive t the e"nse of e ithe: .-vmto Iiumin,c . Haiti It Is now engaged in tin task oj putting s mto nominco em her fee t. and is about to uneiertake like woik of econstruction in Haiti Tt mav 1m st ited upon tulhorilv tint h- t'nited htates his no intention of permane'nllv occupving tlie Mol. Jt Nie hoi is .,n the M- eoast of Haiti ipnn wliith Ge-iminv has been easting eager eves n inanv vn& s long as Gen. Wood Given Sharp Rebuke For Sponsoring Tirade by T. R. 4 Secretary Garrison Reprimands Army Officer for Per mitting Attack on Wilson Political Leaders Fear Roosevelt Will Use Incident in Campaign. ilar camp for any such unfortunate con sequences " Whether further action will be taken in the Wood case prohabl will be deter mined bv President Wilson It is alto gether possible that the ofTense will be noted against Gen. Wood's name in the elTiclencj records of the War Depart ment. This would add to the severity of the reprimand. Gen Wood and Mr Roosevelt have been intimate friends for jears Wood was colonel of the Rough Rider Regi ment that saw service In Cuba In the Spanish war. Roosevelt was lieutenant colonel While President Mr. Roosevelt showed in manv was the high esteem hi which ho held his old commander. eif te V filutlou 1-ratitK DHTer Mn lerlnll . Tin tie itv ivin-, the I nit. d fitf- a m.imiil pr it. e ton!, eiver H liti differs in .mpoitieiit inrticul ir" from the Santo lioniingoin convention It avoids the we ik points of the Dominic in conven tirn dis is.il in th. pist few vears The H litlMii lein-ention eontenpl ites not mlv the le.lleetion of th- lev. nil. of the e-ejuntrv but superv 11011 over expendi tures a power lb it i.innot 1. e l ( sed h the l i ueI M ,t, s m th. sister repub lic The I nite-d St it. s also will establish in Haiti i sii..n , oust ibiilarv to main tain liw me! en 1. 1 then mil to support a st ibie cove mm. nt Iiisoder- continue in San Domingo Ixm aue the I niteel Mate, jnder its tictv ni r mqe me nts with that republ c Ins no ii:hnntv to maintain sue h a fore e It has iee n issiiturd in some qtiiirter" that Xmericdii Intel ventn n in Haiti me in th it this iveitiinciit will tike eve (h maneiit eontn.l of th. AIol. J 5t Nlchol s and establl-h on it eitlnrj nav ii base or 1 i o iling -t itlon There t s autlieil tv foi til. st.it. tnent th it the i Haitian featv e-e.utains n. eu )t provi-j sion H nil in le id. r- he often el to! eed. the Moll but I'tesidinl Wilson Is 1 s id t b 01 p.sd 1 ' iii.t'tiiti . eif in I Haitian t uitoiv The 1 nite.1 ctates ' is not wot 1. .1 ilM.llt tile M'.le unless .in' lettempt should power lee s. ize it J- ni a eontiueenev l-t believed will b. aveilnl In the n. w elation ibout to l.e . stabhshed b tvveen the I nlleii st ites mil Hull Stat 1) nar! Ill' lit ortblils iw in m tle.ll 'v th. Ifiltlen ei 'in in lit ejn t'l. tre.lt 'hilt 1 lie. V tb subj t eif II. e,Otl ltl'.lis i.twi n tb. tvvn i.rul.llis This g.iv.rn n n will ive Hiitiius f. isunable tni. vim ii e t 11 th. V s'ioii el f.ll li 1 i to I i t.'"-,si thai tb. I lllt.il lion from the real nature of the e xpen- lu.it. eliveiling consideration to issues which ecite eontioversv. antagonism and 11 feeling, anil therebv impairing, if not elestroving what otherwise would ha.e been so effective ' Theie must not b an opportunitv MALONE CALLS COLONEL'S SPEECH "TREASONABLE" Plattsburg. X Y, Aug 26 M.aJ Gin Leonard Wood refused todaj to comment in any manner upon the reprimand telegraphed him by Secre- tarv of War Garrison for having 'per mitted" Col. Theodore Roosevelt to de liver his speech at the business mens' camp last night. ' It is known that Gen. wood re ceived the telegram from his superior. but when ahked directly whether he had been censured, the general re plie-d that any information would have to come from Washington Prominent men here are franklv at a lost, to understand how Gen W ood can be held responsible for Mr. Roose velt's utterances Thev point out that not onl waK the objectionable state ment made after the Colonel had left the military camp, but Gen. Wood had no means of knowing what topic the speaker would select Commenting on Col Roosevelt's statement. DudIej Field Alalone, col lector of the port of New York, said tonight "This is a novel and treasonable doc trine Mr Roosevelt as a former President, and knowing the teirible tesponsibilit) of the President, he might remain silent, at least, when he can not be generous or loval enough GERMANY YIELDS TO AMERICAN DEMANDS (CONTI.MJED FnOJI PAGE ONE.) ,;iven at Plattsburg 01 at an) other sim- ' to support Mr. ilson " French Air Squadron Carries War Across German Border In Greatest Sky Raid of War Aviators Inflict Severe Dam age on Arms Factories of Dillingen Aviator SinksJJ-boat. Iin.l.'ii ui: i DainiB exploits b aviitors living in vast fleets, have- maik ed tli last few davs of lighting on the western front The w ir lias been car ii. d into the air. While- on tile earth onlv minor in fintrv actions and artillel v duels are ill id bv -ome foieign I reported huge squadrons n high have maeie important raids anel counter l.iids. indicting damage on positions of great value Mn-I hinded in one of the' mot dir ing actions of the war a voun,; Hnt ish flight commander, Arthur W Riggs worth ha 4 sunk .a German submarine. Tin fust of the reat raids was made ,.n TtitsiH. n lien four squadrons of ie roplanes. composing a great fleet of sixtv-two m ichines, set out from The same French air fleet also bom barded the German camps of Pannes and Bussant. in the W. oevre. fires springing up where their bombs fell and in concert w ith Ilritish and Bel grin aviators on Tuesdav anil Wednes dav nights shclb d German positions in the wood of Houthulet From these latter raid" the French war eifhce reports, all the allied ma chines returned safelv The railroad station at Hoven also has been bom barded bv French filers, 127 bombs be- tng dropped Alriunn'ft Vim True. si it." iii 1 1 iitlmi ii f.tiees n, th. in Northern France and swept clear to I land i i iwai, the vKiiim of i s.. n ite Kb. inish Prussia, bombarding a German hat w i II i i with th me ii an pro-j she II manufacturing depot at Dillingen - ' I "I n1 luii einvi v In, w isnoith of ba irlouis In all. 'A bombs led .1 i il ofliee i i vv we. Is ni, j we re dropped, thirtv of which were of ml u il i' an r itii.-lv mi ihb t. jlai... i abb. r I he I If. I ill lime me nt 1 be s, . iii ! I 'en. 1. I 111 of p I' . Hid i II HI ali.l tl! ellsapp. It ill . i i' of I'll .s tb it Ii iv. I. .1 bv s.,,,1,,1 , r state pl'il. sslon il I, veltlltlOlust t.ermiuiM lake Itriftier. lust announcement of this raid was I made in officii! communique issued to lelav In Paris The Hcrlin war office later J made publU i statement to the effect ti. itv in i. s pre sent foi u I l" ,l several pel sons ma ucen hiucu I K the ... ...... l.i. r.f ti. ""'I injured bv the .air bombardment of in orpor i- i at the in . , I 11.1. l th.slh,"Kt- It T'e II .1 - - i i . I'l 1'! hllien e ,t .. , h w ,. fl tl e,n titllli in . e'ul t n t Hi I in d Mutes T ' ' tii I nit. -el s-t ,t, , ,x 0 , ui ul tiv ii ii. in i iv ,,f oidei i su ,v nam I. sj emsibllities foi 'u- ba t icb lb, lliitlm iiistium. nt i expressly ,n it. .1 tn i. - veis alihoui.li it s take i r in .1 this ovoinnunt w ii' I i imi'.en.v ileal with llmti Just s I IlllOlleil IO elf with i uIm un ulb i 7itivti if the I'ublli eon mxliheel bv the Plitt ami nd- s.iarliuils anil that the French had piid foi their exploit bv the loss of four ma in letalntion it stated a German air ,, i s.ii idion d. scended eluring the night on en.- ri.ii.n .Mii.'ii ..n-i- ,.i .Mtiiii HIIU elropp. .1 bombs Tlie materiil damage at s.alrinus, Ilerlin claims, was unimportant e Hi I' III me t I ST ,,, 'e I a I m. ri e e n i i v. Illf slllll I v vis re nfil at the avv sieieU fiom dmiial Ci tinik that meriian mum s l miN w.le fiieKl on tw ee e i-ht in l'on in Pi m. . No - . I lepoited The RU Ix'lt The British admiraltv rfs fit to 1 m ike an ollicial statement, the hrt of hasel"! Kn in tnontns, regarumg ine ex ploit or Higswortn. a voung avtator who has been in the serfce only ten months and has nen to the position of "Jli k lit squadron commander through daring .and efficieno The statement explains that the an nouncement of loss of German sub marines often prove important to the German admiraltv The ba'tle occurred off the Belgian coast in the viiimtv of Ostend As he sunken submarine has been lo lated b a German e.estrover the aa miraltj feels at liberty to describe Bigsvv ortii's feat The fight between the hawk and the shark raged onl) a few minutes The daring voung Hiers aim was accurate and. though subjected to a heavj fire from light guns on the submersible, his bombs found the mark and the submarine went to the bottom with her entire crew to her submarine commanders against attacking passenger-carrying vessels without observing the rults of search and seizure and protecting the lives of Americans on board. Controversy to lie Settled. Tt Is understood hero that Ambassador Gerard's dispatch to the State Depart ment contained confirmation of the issu ing of these orders and held out the strongest hope not only that the Arabic incident would be disposed of by Ger many to tho satisfaction of the United States, but that an understanding would be reached on the entire submarine con troversy. Although the German Ambsassador In Washington has no ollicial Information as to the character of the instructions 1s- sueel to the submarine commanders, there is gooel reason to believe that he ex pressed to Secretarv lousing the confi dent opinion that they were of a charac ter that would satisfj the t'nited States Mr Lansing also learned that the Ger man Ambassador Is now entirelv confi dent tint the submailne Issue between the two governments will be satisfacto ry adjusted within a short time The German Ambassador called at the State Department vesterdav morning in response to an invitation from Secretary L-ansmg The "secretary of State Inform ed htm tint the I'nited States would ac e'ede to the icquest of the German gov ernment to reserve Judgment on the Ara bic in-i until the German sld, of the in cident had been presented Mr. Lansing toM the Germ in Ambassador, however. that the inipcinl government should not expect the Fulled States to wait longer than a reasonable time, and he urged the neeessitv of expediting a report The Ambassador seized upon the oppor tunitv to express to Secretarv Lansing his hopeful views in -egurd to the en tile sin. ition Count von Bcrnstorff his been urging upon the Germ in govern nuit fiom the beginning of the eontio versv the neeessitv of making more sub stantial concessions to the L'nlted States He warned his government that anothei case siieh as thit of the Lusitania would put the situation Ixvond his control and be refused to b. ansvvrable for what w uiild happen. Hcr-iKiorfT's vievvi. reepleel. W ishington is now convinced that the German government fiinllv has accepted the views of her diplomit in this couu- trv ind has decided to enter upon n con clll.atorv course tow aid the United States. It can be said, too. that Count von Bern- si. me ins urj,ea iiom ine nrst that or ders be issued to the submarine com manders ainst attacking passenge-r ves sels without warning and without safe guarding the lives of those on board This npparentlv is the course that Berlin llnall has followed and the German government, acording to the Bethman Hollweg statement, stands re-adv to ren der sjtisi.ietion to the i nited States In th. . ise of the Aiablc if it is shown thit th. siibnntine commander acted he von.l his instructions. The belief here In official quarters Is tint Gerimnv. while continuing to as seit on paper a determination to wage her subiiniine camraign in her own wt. . has e.uietlv issued orders to commanders of the unders. a boats to respect the lives uf non-ioinbatints The Arabic incident appar. mlv is omg to result in a dis closure of this orele r Ther. is some uneertalntv here ns to whether nnv nnal agreement which .8 reached between Geinnn and the I nited Mates will tie made public. Thc.e hive bcn suggestions that Germany might enter into a private understanding with the Washington administration on the submarine Lssue s. but this plan seems to b. impossible of fulfillment now that the attack upon the Arabic Ins brought forth some of the facts in regard to Germ in, s change m pohev mbissador von lieinstorff will remun in Washington tor several davs, prob ablv until he has received Instructions from his soveriment as to the next steo ie taken toward satisfjing the de- oi ine L nited Mates DANCE PRECEDES CAMP DREAH District Militiamen Hold Bril liant Hop; Today Strike Tents. MELON RAIDERS CAUGHT Three Guardsmen Surprised in Patch One Placed in Guard house Farmer Repaid. to maml BERLIN BELIEVES ARABIC DIFFICULTY IS SETTLED SEES SUFFRAGE VICTORY. the best reasons for believing that suf frage will carrv " I IT 11 .1 i iai I tli. Nine enth vv I! in i liuiH iins ii ' i . I i v w in, s, ie ni,.ht -h p I'en .it ut is ii -rt del ' s.t, , u ! , t tt , i,r I V I ! I T i ton n I . , f.eiv e'rneir of Pcnnft le. nnln nv Stnte Will (.lee Xvomeil ote. ' Penver. Aug ; That Pennsvlvanla will g for equal suffrage this fall and enfranchise 1 lOO.non women able to throw control to anv of the three major parties was the prediction made to oav bv M irtin Grove Brumbaugh, gov ernor of the Kev stone State 'I vv is elected on a personal plat form favorinic wolnan's suffrage," said he governor 'although the Democratic ington todav bv Police Detectives am' Progressive parties united to rte-1 Stringfellovv and Becklej. of the Dis fe.at me I consider that fact one of trict police Alleged Murderer Arrested. Maj Pullman superintendent of police, leceived Information jester da of the arrest in Richmond, Va , of Mack Dennis, coloreel. wanted here for the murder of Luke French, col ored, who died from knife wounds August lb. a few hours after being in a fight in Columbia street The accused man will be brought to Wash- Meire' Hour. llnllv Open I.". . 11. 1 luce : l .11. I slnMlslierl ism. Unusally Interesting Values Are Quoted in Today's FridayLimits Here Are a Few 69c Satin Prunella Hiilin Aug ill -It is learned on high authoritv that the German government todav cabled to Count von Hernstorff its nuinaii Ambassador, for transmission to th- American Mate Department a pledge that hereafter German's warfare will be carried on in such a manner that American shirs and American citizens will bt safe on the high seas It is liarred hete that even before tho sinking of the Arabic the German gov ernment had adopted a pollcv looking to the protection of American passi ngers on trans. Ulantlc liners and designed to set tle the entire, s ibmarine controversj with tlie I nited Staters It is the belief in official circles here that the Arabic Incident mav now be con sidered closed and no longer a menace to the frlendlv relations between the United Mates and Germany. Ample reparation and German "s sin cere smpath will be offered to the I nited states should reports. ct to be received, establish the fact that a Ger man submarine commander violated his orders and torpedoed the Arabic It Is still incomprehensible to the Ger man mind why Americans should Insist upon traveling on belligerent ships In inesc aisturnen times, but since thev do uerman will take all pnlns to safeguard them 2,500 CELEBRATE HIBERNIAN OUTING at WILL AID IN SELECTING I i: The School for Son or Daughter 1 istre bl.-ck LI in buv ll. all wool with a s finish. In n iv v bli i lien. and one elre: iv eu vt(i st Annex Matting Suit, Caje 95c Value s pattern to a 69c -4-Inch Matting S,m Cases with loek and kev and brass trimmings Limit, one to a buver 1th Floor Writing Paper, worth to 39c e Udds and ends or Pine iVtitlim Paper, pliin or with initials, it sheets and H envelopes in a box. Limit. ; boxes to n buer Main l'loor 50c to 75c Wash Goods :. to 10 In. wide Included are hilk and Cotton Crepe de Chine and French Crepes. In plain, fig ured and embroidered stvles. Limit one dress pattern to a buyer. i Sth Street Annex. 25c Information concerning the schools and colleges in the District of Columbia will be furnished by The Washington Herald Educational Bureau. Fill in the blank below, it will materially aid you in selecting the proper school and it in no way obligates you. Information concern ing any particulai school will be furnished on request. Address The Washington Herald Educational Bureau, Washington, D. C. 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Nearly 2,500 persons jesterday went to Chesapeake Beach to help Divisions No 5 and No. 2, of the Ancient Order of Hibernians celebrate their annual excursion There was no set program and not even the customary athletic events were run off. but barrels (of jovialitj) were on tap and those in chargo of the outmg sad that it was a distinc tive! great da Fishing, crabbing, bathing. plaing the slot machines, elancing. listening to the band, and do ing the amusements and the board walk fakirs constituted tho unofficial program in which all took part Ilv n Staff Correspondent. Camp Ordwa. Colonial Beach. a. Aug 2i. Following the entertainment last night b) enlisted men of the various companies In front of Brigade Headquar ters, and the final review or the entire brigade on the drill field, shortly before sundown tonight, tho District militia men retired early tonight In preparation for the strenuous elay tomorrow, when tents will he taken down and packed for their removal to Washington. To morrow night the troops will sleep In dog tents The dancing pavilion was the scene of the annunl regimental hop of the offi cers of the Third Infantrj here this evening, music being furnished by the National Guard band, Jacob G. Moody, director When the hand broke Into the first march shortlv after 9 30 o'clock tho floor was swarmed with tho white uni formed officers nnd their wives and sweethearts, and, as the program of dances progressed, the throng lncreaseel. While the guard hand furnished the best music Colonial Beach has ever known and the full moon cast its sim mering reflection on the water, the dancers trlppeel avvav the hours until long iast midnight, while the entire pop ulation of Colonial Beach looked on from various points of vantage. Gen. Hsrvry Dnutes. Gen. William Hnrvey and Mrs Harvey led the grand march which set the hop in motion and continued to dance as long ns the oungest couple present. By special Invitation from Gen. Har vev. Mayor and Mrs William I'. Blllings lev and the Misses Elizabeth and Louise Bllllng8ley were present with the mem bers of the town council and their wives. Mr and Mrs. Kdward Geese, Mr. and Mrs Ford Tajlor, Mr. and Mrs. George Staples. Mr. and Mrs Joe Bollins, Mr. and Mrs Frank Bcnshaw, and Mr. a!M Mrs if w. B Williams Among the officer's of Gen Harvev's staff and their guests who were much in evidence during the evening were Maj llartv Coopc. Mrs Kthel Bender. Mrs M.ushall. the Misses Johnston, Maj F. B Wheaton. Miss Dorothy Torrens, Mrs Duvull. Maj J C Whitnkcr. Maj T. V. Walker and Mrs Walker. Miss Katherine KaldfU". Mrs Maxwell. Miss Lucia Max well, and Mrs Kerlln. Mrs. Cahlll Brvan and a party from the Breakers were present, among whom were Mis S Gerrv, Mrs. A Kopp, Mrs C. r Huestis. Miss Helen Lennon. Mrs J. J Lennon, Miss Olga Forsberg, Mrs Oils W Forsberg. Miss Nan Kellam, and Miss Blanche Blundon. Others present were Chaplin and Mrs. George r. Dudley. Miss Margaret Hehonefeld, Miss Julia Lembkey. Lieut. J Ralph Tchr. Cupt W. B Hudson, Miss Annlbel Hudson. Capt John J. Brooks, Capt J. B Brvson. Capt Zea. LIeu Gnlliher. Lieut W. L Hazard. Miss i Garner. Lieut Joseph A Giovannonl. Miss Giace Garner. Lieut Col Antoa Stephan. Lieut Herbert F. James, Frank famith, Theodore Marks. Miss Anna Bndlev. Maj W. A McCathron, Capt and Mrs Alvan D Hathawav, Mrs. Spencer I Bomar. Capt W. M Smart. I' S A . Lieut F E Miarpless, Capt. H C Karnshuw, Lieut C E. Smlthson, Lieut P L Baldwin. Lieut, and Mrs. Trank B Schlosser. Lieut. C D Snlftin. Mrs E W. Blerbucher. Capt T P. Heap. Lieut J R McKe. Miss Irene Garde ner. Lieut J S Oliff. Capt. C. L. Adam3. Lieut. J B Jones. Lieut. F C. Martin. Lieut C M Belch, Lieut L L Johnston, Capt. and Mrs L B Ernest and Lieut. P. V. Thompson Tho committee In charge of the dance was composed of Maj J. F. Hadgsun. chairman. Lieut. C. E Snithson. Lieut. George A. Monagan and Lieut. Frank Sharpies' rrnnireineilt Cemmittee. The outpost problem of esterdav was continued this morning along more ad vanced lines. The entire brigade vv is lined up on the bank of the river to witness the machine gun company tar get practice and the officers were each given a chance to trv their hand at fir ing Lieut. F. C. Martin established tho best record for the day. The First Separate Battalion was set to work digging trenches started yes terday, while the rest of the brigade engaged in outpost maneuvers. Col Glendle B. Young, who returned from Washington last night following a visit to the bedside of his wife, who has been seriously 111, addresed the offi cers in the school house this afternoon and laid great stress upon the necessity of avoiding depredations on private prop erty. Last night three guardsmen were surprised raiding a nearby watermelon patch and one of them was captured and placed in the guardhouse. Fifteen dol lars vvas paid the owners for the water melons tplrlted away. Close order drill will be on the card tomorrow morning, and Capt. H. P. Hobbs, V. S A., military Instructor here. may give out another maneuver problem- QL0HMID il I II , 111 7th and Que Su. N.W. 7th and B Sts. N.E. 8th and E Sts. S.E. 7th and H Sts. N.E. 1105 H St. N. E. 1632 N. Capitol St. 930 La. Ave N.W. 1778 U St. N.W. 3420 Ga. Ave. N.W. 3101 M St. N.W. 3113 14th St. N.W. 1440-42 P St. N.W. 1935 14th St. N.W. 726 7th St. N.W. OUR FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS 1Ar SMOKED PICNIC 1 f IU ik SHOULDERS lU Af9 Lean, Tender, Mild Cared. Mcely Xmokeil Shoulder c lb. Legs Spring Lamb, lb 20c Fresh Pork Shoulders, lb. . . 14c Prime Native Rib, lb 20c Choice Chuck Roast, lb. . . . 16c Lamb Chops, rib or loin, lb. . 24c Veal Chops, rib, lb 22c Smoked Sausage, lb 14c Home-dressed Stewing and Frying Chickens at AU Our Markets. HAMS Sugar Cured, Lean, Tender, Mild - Smoked, 1 k1 Lb. . . IO2C LARD Absolutely Pure Open Kettle Rendered, Lb. . . 10c CHEESE Fancy Whole Milk, Wisconsin Lb. . . . 18c Here Is the Big Peach Sale You Have Been Waiting For All Genuine Elberta Yellow Free-Stone Peaches The Best for Canning and Preserving XXXX Fancy Elbertas, Choice Elbertas, x . . Large Basket 60c 45c GRANULATED SUGAR 10 lbs. . . . 58c PATAPSCO FLOUR 6-lb. Sack . 24c Coffee, Fresh Roasted, lb. . 23c I Chum Salmon, Tall Can . . 8c j SweetWrinkled Peas crr? 15c Fig Bars, lb 9c BANANAS Large Ripe Fruit, Dozen ONIONS Nearby Grown, T VA Peck C Nearby Grown, T Dozen 1 Vf V V4 Peck kJK Lighthouse Cleanser 7ilSKE 10c Oleine Soap, 3 Cakes . . 10c I FISH ! 10c lb. Famy Tc,iT?rr M 10c lb. SEA BASS, lb 12y2c BLUE FISH, lb 12i2c CRAB MEAT, Quart 25c Halibut and Salmon Steak ikkgrJ1 sent one of its members with the First Separata Battalion to oiganue ana con duct a place for social and moral influ ence among the soldierB while in camp This year the tent has offered addition al adanta6es to the men in furnlshlns i - .! o tloU n luxuries In the evenins the command will prepare , newspapers, periodicals, magazines. for the eacuat!on Saturday morning. Gen. Harvey announced today that the District pay would be distributed on the St. Johns going home Saturday, while the Federal pay will be given out when the troops report nt their respective armories. The Colonial Beach merchants are disappointed that the guardsmen will not be paid here, as they have all along expected to reap a harcst on pay day. llnnch GetM Mnlarln. Ralph S. Busch. private In Company Kf was sent to the infirmary thl morning suffering from maliria fcer. Thu third Jose of the prophj lactic treatment against Uphold fecr was administered at the infirmary this morning. I.ieut. William J. Bacon has been committee on arrangements for Diw- eton No 2. and M-uthew JIalloy pre sided oer the festivities for Division No 5 Other members of. the com mittee on arrangements were James S Dug-in. John J Dolan. M. H Tolan. and John Sheehan :: ADDRESS V-v C J Carmody was chairman of the j granted leae of absence on Important business Capt. John E Brooks. Company B. put his men through a competitive drill In the manual of arms jestcrda). Scrgt. Lawrence N. Miller winning first prize. Sergt. Harrv L brand second prize, and Sergt. Francis P. Dewey third prize Col. R. D. Slmms. Capt. "W. W. Cook son. Frank J. Bain and Charles J. Town send were visitors of Capt. Brooks yes terday. The First Separate Battalion has held two parades during this camp, both of which have been highly complimented. The health of the officers and men has been excellent, there bring practically no sickness. A coincidence with respect to this battalion it that It has the same num ber of officers and meh In camp this car as last 0. The food of the men has been plentiful and well cooked, an Important Item when It Is considered that an army marches on Its stomach, so to speak. Tactical problems hav c been worked out by tho battalion each day except Monday and the men have entered Into their In struction with enthusiasm . The Twelfth street branch of the T. M. C A. has- for a number of years Colored Woman a Suicide. Mrs. Margaret Green, colored. 22. was found dead in her room at 329-A Elm street csterday by members of hrr famll). Gas was flowing into the room from an open Jet. A certificate of suicide was written by Acting Coro ner TrV. B. Carr. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Sn Use For Over 30 Years Always bean the Signature of (&Atfi ha. Aha II crnrrs. fruits. tODdCCO, W ruins material, stamps, games, concerts, and lectures, are only a few of the things furnished by the Y. M. C. A. to make camp life a happy one. In a concert conducted last night several quartets composed of members of the First Separate Battalion sang In competition for a prize. The attempts were so piln fully excrulating that two booby prizes were awarded to the quartet composed of Walter Burnett. Uljsses Tjler. Will iam Pen, and Milton Caldwell, to be equally divided among them for their successful failure to make a single pleJS lng chord AIRSHIP HEADED FOR BRITAIN. RUNAWAY MOTOR TRUCK SMASHES INTO BUILDING Zrpprlln Seen Fljlnc i Dutch Inlnnil In Aorth Sen. Amsterdam vla London).Aug .'6 Ac cording to the Hetvolk, a Zeppelin passed this morning over the Dutch island of Vlieland. living from the cast to the northwest. In the direction of the English coast. This is the second time In two davs that a Zeppelin has been seen over the Island, traveling towards England. Mysteriously Started, it Hurtles Down Hill. Crashing Through Wall. Man Escapes Injury. A six-ton motor truck carring six tons of lie hurtled down the hill at Sixth street and Louisiana avenue northwest jesterday. crashing into the front of a building after tearing through the stoni foundation of a wall, and dropped into an area-way. less than a half dozen feet from where a skk man had been sleeping. The vehicle started from In front of the Stewart Building, at Sixth street and Louisiana nvenue. It was owned by the American Ice Compun and tho driver, Cyri.s Tapscott. had got out to direct the unloading of the Ice. No oim seems to know what started the trucK, but before the chauffeur could clamber to his scat, the huge automobile moved f orw ard Two hundred feet away. G'orge Hilton, proprietor of the City Hall Supply Com pany, was asleep in the basement of his shop. lie was jolted from his cut by the Impact. The building and fence were damaged about S20O and the truck ISO. DOMEGO'S19 SPANISH XANDER'S SHERRIES TJ No Specie on the Arabic. Liverpool. Aug. 26. Another blow at any possible defense the Germans may attempt to make for the sinking of the White Star liner Arabic was adminis tered today. The White Star line Issued an official statement denying that the liner carried any specie. Boy Hurt by Tumble. rtobtrt Qulnn. 6. of 3324 Fourteenth street northwest, was Injured slightly yesterday when lie rolled down a twelve-foot embankment at Fourteenth and Shepherd streets northwest. HOUSE ENTERED; MONEY STOLEN The home of Mrs. C M. Noble. 305 street northwest, was entered yester day and the contents of several rooms were disturbed. Money was stolen from a table. Entrance was gained through a rear door, the screen of which had been cut. Andrew Brown, 468 Washington street northwest, reported to police the theft of a watch from his house. W. W. Swaggart, a foreman In the surface division of the District govern ment, reported the theft of several sacks of cement from near Eleventh and Q streets northwee A THOUSAND STENOGRAPHERS Could Sot Equal the Results ( Our Perfect Match Multigraph Letters Addreislnir. Fllllng-tn. Folding. and Seallne. A Trial Will CootIdcA I You." PERFECT LETTEK GO. Hetierott Bids. Phone M. 301X Forcing Belgians to Work. London. Aug. ifi. A Brussels dispatch says Gen. von Bisslng. military gover nor or Belgium, has issued an order providing for the punishment of eve.-v person "who refuses to undertake or carry on work of public Interest demand ed by the German authorities and suited to his calling." Italy Controls Arms Plants. Paris. Aug. 2C The correspondent at Rome of the Havas Agency telegraphs an announcement In the Mltan Secolo to the effect that the Italian government has taken, sweeping measures to control Industries concerned with the produetlem of war munitions. i 0 1 l I V &! f 'J i M. H- . - t f .i .'aSK-fm iAMfcMriaea & ..