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CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
View the Parade Comfortablyi
Here Is the Way
Va-h t ('hairl Folding (hairs Folding stools; Folding Chairs
foldi nor -t% Ie maitpIe frr.a!e
With nrms; a- with carpet seat S t rang frame strong fram e,
var Seat and -finely varnish- and plain khaki wood back and
back. Special, ed. F p4Ai. k haki Seat.
top. spe- 250 Spe- 3~
$1.49 $1.00 cia e 250 35#
$13.50 a Des. 1 11.00 a Des. .75 a Dos. eLO. a Dos.
Folding Stooiai hard- Folding C'har; hard- Laws Denehi hard
wood frame. blue and wood t h r nau h o u t; wood; 4ne es long;
w wn !, --mva i top: I - finei ~ar n Iah e d. in red orizre n.
s49e $-0 . 1.00 .. $1.00
3 Dox. 10.50 a Does. $10.l a Doz.
Kann-. Fourth Floor *and Street Floor Bergain Table.
Congressman Hits Pacifists. be I would Just as soon think of at
.i-mz th. dl' uesion of the fortinea- tempting to stop two hulldogs fighting on
1: ' bil -s, tida.. Repr-nntive Mon- a street corner by reading them Tennv.
TaIe,. formr- gasernor of Virginia. at- son's poem as to think that such efforts
tarked the rcinst. ie sd We (an- will bring An early peace in Europe."
ot hope t, ('I minate the war in Europe
t. reach r, aAnd parchments and lofty Germany now has iron money In cir
\amnpl S. d!-urab ,I though that end may culation.
Electrified Momtain Route
T HERE are two wonders to thrill and instruct on
your trip to the Pacific North Coast this sum.
mer - the stupendous achievement of electrifi.
cation of the main line of the "St. Paul" over the
great Continental Divide-and Nature's "Old
Curiosity Shop," Yellowstone National Park, which
is reached by a side trip from Butte, Mont. The
Circle Tour of the Park from Butte costs less
than via any other northern route.
For 440 miles the main line of the "St. Paul" iselectrified (230
miles in operation). Giant electric locomotives haul the all-steel
trains-"The Olympian" and "The Columbian "-smoothly
silently, over the mighty Rockies. No smoke, cinders or dust to
annoy or mar your vision of the magnificent scenery on view
from car window and observation platform.
Milwaukee & St. Paul
Between St. Maries Idaho, and Spokane, Wash., travelers on the
"St. Paul" can without additional cost make this lap of the
journey by steamer down the "Shadowy" St. Joe River and
across picturesque Coler d'Alene Lake.
At the end of the journey is Rainier National Park
and the innumerable attractions of the
Puget Sound Country to be enjoyed.
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ALL ORGANIZATIONS WILL NTrl
Assemble Peace NMe ment, a. m.
Maj. Pullman and platoon of police.
Honorary grand marshal. Gen. S. M.
Marshal. M. C. Hasen and staff.
United States Marine Band.
The President of the United States.
The executive committee.
Secretary Joseph P. Tumulty and the
White House staff.
The United States Senate.
The House of Representatives.
Assemble Beoued street, head at B
street northwest. 9 a. m.
DivisIon marshals, Herman E. Gaach
and ClIfford Lanham.
State Department, second street, head
at B street northwest.
Treasury Department, Second street,
head at B siteet, behind State Depart
Ilate Printers' Union.
War Department, second street, head
tat F street northwest.
Department of Justice. Second street.
head at G street northwest.
l'ost(ofie Department. Second street.
head at Massachusetts avenue northwest.
ity Postoflice. Second street. head at
H street northwest.
Navy Department, I street, west of
Second street, head at Second street.
Interior Department. C street. east of
Second street. head at Second street.
Agricultural Department. . street.
west of New Jersey avenue, head at New
Department of Commerce, 1. street.
west of New Jersey avenue, head at New
Department of Labor, District of Co
lumbia. Interstate Commerce Commis
sion. NM street at Third.
Smithsonian. Civil Service, Federal Re
serve Hoard and Federal Trade Commis
slon. N street at Third.
Government Printing Offce, on North
Capitol, head at G street.
Building and Grounds, Library of Con
National Aerial Coast Patrol Commis
Assemble at New Jersey areaue,
head at 8 street northwest, 10 a. m.
Divisle marshals. Gen. William E.
Harvey and Col. R. D. lmms.
Grand Army of the Republic.
Associated Survivors of the tth Army
Spanish War Veterans.
Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Sons of Veterans.
Woman's Relief Corps.
Ladies of the Grand Army of the Re
I)aughters of Veterans.
Anxiliary to Sons of Veterans.
lIgion of iLval Women.
Robert F. Lee Chapter, U. D. C.
Military Service Legion.
Istrict of Columbia Ride Association.
High School Cadets.
Ex-Hgh School Cadets.
Camp Fire Girls.
<;onzaaa College Cadets.
Military Training Camp.
St. .lohns College Cadets.
Assemble at North Capitol street.
head at B street northwest, 10j30 a. m.
Diision marshals, WA [IIam J. Fay sad
Jobn 0. tikeen.
Army and Navy Academy.
Iolton Arms School.
Stewart's Business College.
Straver's Business College.
IHigh School Teahers' Association.
'r mple Sohool.
All scheol children are urged to joia
this greup. Parents. teachers or
aunrdians stay accompany. All must
carry an American Flag. .... ... .....
Assemble Delaware avene, head at
B btreet northeast. 10:3o a. m. Divialem
imnralaI J. H. Brewer and Raymead
'hrrh of Epiphany.
t'um-harton Avenue Church.
St. Patrick's Church.
The Church of the Go:rd Shepherd.
Inv Rosary Church.
'tworth M. E. Church.
Parred Heart Church.
rakorna Episcopal Parish.
Young Women's Christian AssocIation.
Washington Emergency and ReceIving
Assemble First street N. W. head at
Indians avenue Iarthweat, 10,45 a. m.
Dlvilsen mnarass Thomas J. Ftsher
and John Bestie.
Knigts of Pythias.
Woodmoen of the World.
Daughters of American Revolution.
Washington Camp of Modern Wood
men of America.
Sons and Daughters of LIberty.
N avy Leagcue, women's section.
Wives and Daughters of Army Men.
National Security League.
National Service Carnp, Navy League.
Red Cross Society.
American Society of Colonial Dames.
DEMOCRATS REPLY TO
DATTLE CRY OF HUSHES
Representative Bailey Says German
Americans Are Deleriously Happy
Over G. 0. P. Nomination.
Political dIscussion in the halls of Con
gress. Democratic and Republican alike,
centered yesterday around "The Battle
Cry of Hughes," .as the Republican can
didate's telegram of acceptance was
characteised. By Republicans it was
universally indorsed; . by Denlocrats it
was considered dangerous In coaneotton
with their own carnpaign plans. Here ard
some of the expressions of opinion
"What would Mr. Hugghes hav, done
would he heave Nuerta recogiied?" ashed
Chairiman Mal Flood, ot the Reuse Vet.
.*. mut .a..... their f... at
lw an mareb in tull raa to divi.
t PA3.ADE VIA PMACE MONUMEINT.
IAdles' Auxiliary, NO. 4.
Knights of the White Camellia.
Elks, Washington Lodge, No. 15.
National Lineal Society Of Spanish
Descendants of the Signers of the Deo
laration of Independence.
Maj. William Overton Callis Chapter.
Daughters of America.
Junior Order of United American Me
State Courill Junior Order of United
Camp No. 4, Patriots of America.
American League National Defense of
Ancient Order of Hibernians.
American Clan Gregor Society.
Assemble Third street, head at a
street northwest, It o'cleek. Division
marshals, A. E. Landvolght and W. A.
Washington Railway and Electri, Com
Woodward & Lothrop.
Williams & Allen.
Amatpur radio operators.
Banks and trust companies.
Paper and Stationery Section.
Builders and Manufacturers' Ex
Carrol Electric Company.
Galt & Bro.
Orocers, wholesale and retail.
Flour and feed, wholesale and retaiL
House & Herman.
EqOultable 1,Ife Insurance Company.
International Brotherhood of Book
S. Kann. Sons & Co.
Lansburgh & Bro.
Moving picture operators.
Hecht & Co.
Real Estate Association.
Washington Gas Light Company.
Washington Steel and Ordnance Com
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company.
Fidelity Stnrage Company.
Aasemble Fourth street, head at In
diana avenue 1130 a. m. IMviaon mar
shals. Maj. E. S. fledgen and S. J.
National Geographic Society.
Florist Club of Washington.
George Washington University.
District of Columbia Library Associa
Graduate Nurse Association.
Mohawk Athletic Club.
Munn & Co.
Potomac Boat Club.
Voluniters of America.
Washington Canoe Club.
American Society of Marine Drafts
Washington and Suhurban Radio Club.
District of Columbia Motor Cycle De
American Racing Pigeon Union.
Aseemble Capitel plas, east trout.
11:45 a. m.. Division marshals. George
von Dechenhausen and assistants.
Federation of Citizen.' Associations.
Georgetown Citizens' Association.
Brightwood Park Citizens' Association.
Mid-City Citizens' Association.
Park View Citizens' Association.
Petworth Citizens' Association.
West End Citizens' Association.
Assemble at C street. head at Third
street northwest, 12 sen. Divislen
marshals, Floyd E. Davis, Henry P.
West and William J. Latimer.
ALL MEN AND WOMEN NOT AF
FILIATED WITH A MARCHING UNIT
.MAY MARCH IN THIS DIVISION. ALL
MCST CARRY A FLAG.
jEleventh Division (Colored).
Assemble at First stOeet southwest,
head at 8 street, se.th, 12 ues. II3
liten marshals, Jamses William Man
ree, Joseph S. Jgines, H~arrtMt. Good.
nich, Claude B. Amos ad (0e1. Arthur
Knights of Pythias.
Knights of St. John's.
Deanwood Citizens' ASsoolation.
Howard Park Citisene' AStociation.
A. Mi. E. ministerl.
Business Men's Association.
campaign wit; be a real fight, but the
Democrats have nothing to fear from it.
W.e admit that the Mexican question is
a problem we have not been able to solve
as yet; but we would like to know In
what respect our Oritica would have aet
"Mr. Hughes' statement appeals to me
as a wonderful exhibition of prepared
ness," declared John JT. Fitzgerald, of
Brooklyn, chairman of the ApproprIation
Committee of the House. "It retninds
me of a man who arises with the an
houncement. 'I will now deliver my
carefully prepared extemporaneous
speech.' As for the Repulblican ticket,
it doesn't make any differenee who they
name, we'll win in a walk next Novem
"There is no question but that the
German-Alnericane are deliriously happyt
over the nomination of Mr. Hughes in
Chicago; and there is no question that
Mi'. Hughes' nomination was clearly due
to the belief that he eould COrnmand the
votes of the 'hyphenates,' " said Repre
sentatt=e 1rn Wrthe man... as lea
Democratic Leaders Change
Platform Draft to Meet
Hughes' Virile Stand.
ly JOUEPH P. ANNIN.
All Democratic campaign plans are
being readjusted to meet the unex
pected menace of a virile Republican
candidate with a united party behind
him. running on a personal platform.
which Democrats regard as far more
dangerous to their interests than the
comparatively innocuous platform
adopted by the Republican convention.
Political nionkey-wrenches. are be
ing plied with renewed vigor, tighten
ing every bolt and. screw in the Wil
son steam roller. Every possibility of
a slip-up is being studied. Party
solidarity is being raised to the nth
power and no bad boys need apply.
(Lincoln, Nebr., papers and Tammany
chieftains please noticel.
The principal hope if Democratic
leaders now is that a little careful
fostering of the (lerinan Alliance in
dorsement of Candidate Hughes may
Iforce one of two developments:
I. A violent repudiation of this sup
port by Candidate Hughes, which
would drive the German vote back to
Wilson as the lesser of two evils. or
2. A repudiation of the Republican
candidate by Col. Roosevelt and his
followers and the injection of a third
party into th campaign, in the event
that Candidate Hughes declines to
drive the Gierman Alliar,ce away from
Few Democrats Leave.
Of course, It is realized by this time
that Mr. Hughes Is about as ssceptible
to the "smokmig out ' ro- ess as a du-k
i_ to chIlblains. But at least. they hope
that the Colonel will nime to their aid,
even at this late hour, despite the fact
that the Progressive larty, with which
he would he expected to ect Wilson.
is now worm-food.
Yesterday witnessel a thin exodus of
Democrats. St. Louis boiund Few are
going to the convention, b-ause they
ran sit down right nvow and map out
the entire program. Secretary of War
Baker left with the Pr, sldnt's drafts of
the more I mportarit ; kJ ti the plat
from und. r bii arm Thee planks have
Veen ,arefuliv gone o-u r and strengthened
hv the President sin, e the piblication
;f the Hughes t' crarm of acceptance.
is :s parti ularly true of the passage
dealin; nith the Mexican poll , uhich
turmocrats reeard as the most vulnier
able spot in their rmor. and which Mr.
liu ahes emPhasized , e.retary Baker
wIl! be engineer-im-h;ie' of the Wilson
President Wilson's p:ans for a stay-at
homoe tam- len a -ae .ndergone
mark d haie Te hilcally speakinc.
ho ! iot -take the stump." hut
actually he wil be as b isy as a fiddler
at the husking His trips i I take in
set pechs" in oirtm1I1y al parts ,f
the debataslo territory Included in dates
already set are op. Vies in Alhuq.-rae,
N. M.. Detroit. New York. and Lincoln'a
birthplace in Knt cky
Ulsterites Seek Settlement.
London. June 1 --The Iiy News
learns from an oft-Ial source that the
lIster uninnist cobnel to lay authorized
SIr Edward Caron to neg tiate for a -t
tilement onl the basls of David Lioyd
George-s troposa. lut extpressed detesta
tion of home rul.-, r-serving freedom of
action if the negotlIations piove abortive.
Garden Party Benefit Given.
A garden party for the benefit of the
Washirg'on Eye. Ear arul Throat Hos
pital was held last night at the Wiliard
Home, Fourteenth a: P streets north
west. loaned for the o casIon by Mrs.
c. (. Nye. Tie committee in charge
consisted of Mrs. C. X. rliaselton. chair
man; Mrs. WIlliam Ptllard. M-e. Harry
Gentner and Mrs. A. P. Robbins.
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JOINS TANLAC RANKS
Suffered from Liver and Kid-!
ney Trouble for Long
NOW MUCH BETTER
Notices Improvement After Taking
Only One Bottle of Master
The reputation of Tanlac travels before
it. On the second day after Mr. Singer
man, the Tanlac representative. came to
Washington. Mr. R, J. Mcrlhinney. of
Ballston, Va., same In to see him. He
had already been taking Tanlac. having
secured it through The People's Drug
Store, but he wanted to talk to the
Tanlac man. His story is an interest
"My liver and kidneys were in a very
bad condition. I used to have pains in
my elde and back, which must have
)me from the kindeys I was also very
nervous and you might Asy. 'just run
down.' I have only taken one bottle of
Tanlac so far. and while I wouId not say
that I am entirely cured, I can say that
there is a great improvement, and I
feel much better since takirg this medi
cine. The pains in my side and back ars
not as bad as they used to be, and I
have noticed an improvement in my
general condition, and my nerves seem
to be in proper shape '
Tanlac, that has rendered such timely
aid to Mr. MclIhinney, is now being in
troduced in Washington. Tania1 is con
,eded to have great therapeutic value in
cses of stomach and nerve exhaustion.
and in kidney and catarrhal cOmplainta.
It's action as a reconstructive toniW,
strength producer, invigorant, and tissue
Lbuilder )a without parallel In the history
How to use Tarlac and what results to
expect from its use is explained daily by
the Tanlac representative at the People's
Drug Store at 7th and E Sts. N. W., and
every evening at Peoples Drug Store.
14th and U Sts. N. W.. It is also sold
at all the other People's Drut Stores. I
cated at 7th and K Sts. N. W. and
1150 7th St. N. W.-Adv.
WILL REPAIR TRACKS.
Fourteenth street Bystema te No
The Pubic UtilIties Commission yester
day announced that the Capital Traction
'mpany, would rebuild its tracks on
Fourteenth street. between 14 and K and
Riggs and U streets. Complaint has been
made about these tracks.
The commission made public a letter
from J. H. Hanna. %ice president of the
Capital Traction Company, reporting that
a repair gana had already startad work
at Fo;rteenth street and Park road td
repair the joints on the whole Fourteenth
Inspcitors of the Public Utilities C'om
mission have been sent out to investigate
a number of complaints that Fourteenth
street needs resurfacing between Park
road and H4 street, due to the had condi
tin of the trackm.
Care of the
and Bowels is one of Nature's reuire
meats for the maitemce of health.
As soon as any weakness Is showa, try
apid Shoe Rh
71 th St. N. W. PhMn.
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