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Ye Springtime Gossip By A. B. ? REMEMBER THE little girl - a m e WHO WENT -. 0 a vj TO THE party a a a JUST TO show that ? ? ?> SHE WASNT insulter! e ? a BECAUSE SHE wasn't e e a INVITED?-WELL that'? me. e e ? EVERY "CELEBRITY" in e e a TOWN HAS been asked e e ? TO SAY something e ? e ABOUT THE Time? , e e ? ON THIS first anniversary e a a OF ITS regeneration. gene, NOBODY ASKED ? e e e TO SAY anything? e e ? BUT HERE I am. e e e YOU'LL SEE the pictures * ? ? OF ALL the artista ? ? ? IN TODAY'S paper e e e EXCEPT ABC, ? ? e WHO MADE the Time? a e e FAMOUS WITH his little e a e ADS FOR the firm of e e a D. J. KAUFMAN. e e e ITS A great paper. a a a TAD, POWERS, McKay. a a a K. C. B.?ALL get paid e e a FOR THEIR space, * a e AND WE have to pay e e e FOR OURS. e * e CAN YOU beat it I THANK YOU. O* LOANS HORNING I III Bat, ._ ISooth ?at Blfhwar Bird?? , ? f-e A?????M>blle? from Ita and ? ata, aw. I .john poole to head World rotary clubs ? lewa was received here yeaterday erf the election of John Poole, president t?jr-the Pederal National Bank, aa pree rtBnta of the International Association tt Rotary Clubs at Its ninth annual ?amventlon in Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Poole was elected on the second ballot by a large majority. His elec tion waa made unanimous on the mo tten of Robinson A. McDowell, of Louisianan. past first vice president and a candidate for president. "Three vice presidents were elected on the first ballot. They are Albert F. Adam?, Atlanta. Erward R. Kelsey, Toledo, and William I. Lansing, Prov idence. Rufus I. Chap?n, of Chicago. waa made treasurer and Alfred E. Rowlands, of El Paso, sergeant at WASHINGTON'S RIFLE VICTORY PRONOUNCED Work of Local Teams at? Glenburnier Outstand ing, Recoid Shows. Victory for the Washington Rifle Club at the two ?Jays* shooting car nival decided June S and 23 over the Navy Rifle Range at Olenburute, Md., wat more pronounced than generally ?opposed, according to the official record of the contest? juet received. Thl? lUt indicate? that tbe Washing ton Rifle Club team- won three of the four club team matches decided, and ?atme ??econd in the other, being beaten by fifteen point? in this match by tbe crack ?hots from the Navy Rifle Range at Mt. Pleasant, S. C, with sixteen teams competing. Altogether there were fifteen ?lift?r ent contest?, including those of an Individual character. Analyst? of th? situation shows that the Washington Rifle Club not only won the three team matches referred to, but It? member? carried off first honor? In seven of the eleven Individual matcl-.es and did not have entries in two. tSeM ?fee-alt Braucht Back. Gold medal? were awarded tn ne.iriv all theae individual match?-??, hence the local boys have returned covered with glory and all Und? of ?hooting tro phies. Aa a matter of fact. It was the field ?gainst th? Washington Rifle Club, is tbe organisation was recognised on the grounds as having in Its i.itmbrr chlp some of the beat rifle (hots In the country; so It was no disgrace for the gallant young navy ? ys to go down to defeat before, such unerring aim. The shooting all the v>ay through waa carried on In a spirit of friendly rivalry, and It was admitu-d th-tt the two day?' tournament would operate aa a great Incentive for th?? nnvy boys to cultivate their marksir-nnshlp over the range?, because ti.ey knew they were up against foemen worthy of their ?teA The Navy Departnrnt le offering every possible eneouraut-ment for these matches between its own men and civilian?. Maj. W11IIhi-i C. Hart lee, TT. 8. U.C.. I? the ?.hlef director of all these contests, nnd In that ca pacity has under his charge fourteen different navy rifle rang?? throughout the country, distribute?! a? follow?: Rana?-? trader Maj. Harllre. Naval Academy Rifle Range, Anna polla, Md.; Virginia State Range. Vir ginia Reach, Va.-. Navy Rifle Range. Mt Pelaaant. 8. C. ; Navy Rifle Range. Great Lakes, HI.; Navy Rifle Range, San Pedro, Cal.; Rhode Island State Range. Providence. R. I.; Illinois State Range. Camp Logan, 111.: Mass achusetts State Range, WakefleM. Mas?.: New Tork State Range, Peeks kill. N. T.; Navy Rifle Range, Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa.; Navy Rifle Range, Cape May, N. J.; Maryland State Range, Glenburnle: Navy Rifle Range, Newport. R. I.; Connecticut State Range, New Haven, Conn. Maj. Harllee'a official title It assist ant director of gunnery exercise* ?nd engineering performance?. Navy De partment, in charge of small arms department. Hit ability along them lines 1? unquestioned. Had the Navy Department searched the country over It could have found no one better qualified for thl? position than Maj. Harllee. He not only command? the highest reepect among hi? men. but there la hardly a moment he 1? not looking out for their welfare In connection with advancement along rifle ?hoot ing routes, until it haa come to pass that the lr. S. Marine Corn? has as tounded the world with it? achieve ment? in France in picking oft the enemy and otherwise. The "\A Inter Medal.?? Col. M. A. Winter, president of the Washington Rifle Club, and com manding officer of the Home De fense League Rifles, of this city. Is extending every possible assis tance to Maj. Harllee In the latter*? efforts to bring the naval boy? up to a high standard of excellence as rifle shooting expert?. They are working In perfect harmony along these line?, and the rifle range? of the Navy Department are open at all time? to members of the two organizations under the direct con trol of Col. Winter. The latter ha? taken keen inter est tn rifle shooting for upward of a quarter of a century, and I? look ed upon hereabout? a? an authority upon the subject Every year Col. Winter has given a fine medal to the local high school? to be award ed the on? making the highest ?cor? Thlt 1? known a? the "Winter Medal," and haa been the aonrce of keen competition among high school cadets for the laat ?la yeara During that period It ba? been won In th? order named by WaRer R. Stokes, Baxter, 8am Houston, Rob ert M. Morris. Percy DeWitt Gib son, and C. D. Perkins, Jr. Stokes, Morris and Perkins ?hot with the Waahington Rifle Club at.the re cent contest at Glenburnle, lfd., while Gibson, who la now an en sign in th? ?. 8. navy, wa? captain of the Navy Ram-ce Rifle team, of Virginia Beach, Va., and participat ed in the matches referred to, rank ing a? it? be?t shot! ?aaaatary mt Ttfatehee. A summary of the situation ?how? that the Washington Rifle Club caino out with flying colora in the following eventa scheduled over the rifle range at Glenburnle, June S and 28: Match ?a 1?Slow ?re. ?0 yarda Won by Robert M. Morrla. Scofe. 100 out of 100 possible. Prise, gold medal. Match No. 2?Slow fire. M0 yard?. Won by G. B. CorfnwelU Score. SO out of 100 possible. Prize, gold metili. Match No. 3?Mnrkman match, :>?"> yards. Won by Robert M. Moiri?. Score, 100 out ot 100 posible. Prize, gold niedal. Match No. 4? Expert class, 300 yards. Won by K. Chlshoim. Score, 9t out of 100 im? lilil??. Prize, gold medal. Match No. 6?Short course matoh, 300 yard?. Won by J. H. Rober son. Score. 100 out of 100 possible. No prize. Match No. S?Course, 800 yards. Won by Benjamin Harrison Corbett. Score, 92 out of 100 possible. Prise, silver medal. Match No. A?Individual champion ship. 300 yards, rapid Hre, changing positions ?nd skirmish firing. Won by P. Chlshoim. St-ore, 282 out of 300 possible. Prize, gold medal Division Team Match?Slow fire and changing positions, I vards. Won by first team of Washington Hifle Club, composed at follow?: Benjamin HaT rlson Corbett, 98-93-191; Robert M. Morris, ltW-99-l.w; Rslph C. Stoke?. 99-95-194; Alpheu? Winter. ?7-94-191: Samuel B. WetheraM, 99-87-186: G. B. Corn?\*?ll, 99-98-197; J. H. Robertson. 97-95-192: R. H. McGarlty. captain of team, 91-92-183. Grand total. 1,533 out of 1,600 possible. Prize, |C> each to each member of winning team. In thl? match 23 teams from the ?tate? of Maryland. Virginia. New York. South Carolina, and the District of Columbia competed. - Primary Team Match. Couree, 200 yard?, slow fire and clringing po sitions Are. Won by Washington Rifle Club team composed of the following: Alpheu? Winter, 82-90 18J: G. B. Cornwell. 97-91-10?: Ben jamin Harrleon Corbett 96-?8-1M: Ralph C. Stoke?. ?8-S1-169. Grand aggregate, 733 out of 800 possible. Prize, watch fob to each winning member. Club. Team Championship Match. Course, 200 yards, ?low fire, chang ing position?, and skirmish fire. Won by Washington Rifl? Chib te?m composed a? follow?: Walter R. Stoke?. 99-90-93-282: F. Chiihoim, 93-98-91-282; O. M. Schrlver, ??-88 ?3-277: Robert M. Morris. 1?0-77 89-3?*; Ralph C. Stoke?. 100-73-hS 261: C. D. Perkins. Jr.. 90-88-88-244: H. E. Dove, 92-68-84-244: Alnheu? Winter. 88-74-80-242. Grand aggre gate, 2.098 out of possible 2.400. Note: A heavy wind was blowing across the sight? during thl? match, thus accounting for th? low ?corea The Department of Agriculture Rifle Association team, of Washington, nearest contender to the Waahing ton Rifle Club team, only scored 1, 488, mainly by reason of the heavy gale. ?10 Caah Prises. In addition to the above, by vir tue of winning second prize in the Ships' Team Match, each member of the Washington Rifle Club team contending received a cash prize of 110. By winning the Club Team Cham pionship match, the Waahington Rifle Club brought back a banner inscribed. "Maryland N. R. A. Club Team Champtnnehlp, 1918. to Wash ington Rifle Club." CHAMBER COMMITTEE I ON CITY LEGISLATION A committee on municipal legisla tion was named yesterday by A. Left wlch Sinclair, president, president of I the Chamber of Commerce as follow?: I George H Calvert, Jr., chairman; Walter C. Balderston, Dean Caldwell. Dr. Howard P. Cobey, Louis Cantor, James P. Coon. Walter B. Guy, Arthur J. May, Edward A. Newman. Melvln C. Hazen, Perclval Hall, "Duane E I Fox. Louis Ottenberg, James A. Too ! mey. George Wallace Jones, Charle? j F. Nesblt. Louis Greenberg. J. L. Lap- ] idus. Joseph D. Kaufman, Jame? H. I Hayden. Franklin H. Hough, R. Harri- ! , ?on Johnson. William C. Sullivan. Al- ' ! vin I. Newmyer, Robert E. Mann, I Joseph T. Reeves. P. J. Halttgan, Dr. T. V. Hammond. James Francis Smith, Leon PTetzfeldor. Lem Tower?, Jr., Mark Stearman and Charle? Francis ? Wood B??&lr?AZ4S4Cr?j-kU&, , T?a/asuzAnat/tVia/ "J^ERE Comes Bv-a" MunfonitJtompson: \?^?? mSfoe^k^Cerm^TtnafCShmTtrPe^F ANN-S?TE?^ J&a^Sie*?&tf?r/rrar Emily Smiley k Cq Faye?Jack Smittu / ??ige1e*'?maee&&meBfir?n&o && ^/?anam^?zAc < ?p? 5ounsAela& Kd01x>r&K^H?g RULE G? F?YOR OF COLLECTIVE LABOR BARGAIN _ Taft-Walsh Board Decision Is Notable Victory lor Unions. The War Labor Board ha? let Ha face against the individual labor contract and In a declelon reached Friday but announced yesterday ha? affirmed the right of labor to collective bargaining. Action came In the case of the General Electric Company'? trouble at It? Plttafleld. Mass., plant. It I? the flrst decision of It? kind by the board and establish?? a precedent that will rule In all such conflict? between labor and employer? during the war. Caae ef Geaeral Electric It. The General Electric haa always refused to recognize committees- of its employe? or representative? -of the union at Its plant Individual contract? have been submitted to prospective employe? and have been signed before the roes have been placed on the payroll. The same ?ya tem prevail? In many of th? large industrial plants of the country. The case came to th? board on appeal both against th? contract ?yatem and on a question of wages. W. H. Taft and Frank P. Walsh have been appointed to settle the wage dispute along with one at the Schenectady plant of the aame com pany. At the latter plant the com pany ha? recognised commltteea of the employes. (Te Mere Individu?! < ?.?tract?. In It? order the board directed that the Individual contract? now in effect be eliminated and that the company make none auch in the fu tur?. Th? ?ta? of the board will devise a ?y?tem of ?lactlona - by which tb? worker? may ctkooae corn mitt??? to represent them la deal* lng with th? company. "Mr. WaUh and myself," ??id Taft te the worker? her?, "will alao take up thla mattar of representation ana do with it aa we, la Juitlce. think, ?hould be done In order to ?ecere proper representation for the men"*' The declalon la regarded a? one of tue gr?ate?t victoria? for labor In a ?erte? of vlctorle? awarded it ?Ince tbe government began to mo bilise industry to win the war. WEATHER CONDITIONS IXatrlct of Cbhtmbi?. Maryland and Viigin.? Fair Hun.lay ?ad protaM* Mood??; light ?an ?1,1. ?lotla LOCAL TKMPtRtTt'BES. a4idni?tit. ?:.I ?.?.,??;? a-- ?.. ?; ?am., tt: ? ?. ?i? tf: U> ?. ??., ?7; 12 eeea. It; 1 ? m., Tt; I p. m.. K. t ? m.. B; t p. m.. tl; I? | P. a?., TO. HltliMt. II; lowf.t. at Baiati?? htmlditi-i ?. ?. (:ip. ta.. ?: t p. m., 13; ?-alateli 18 p. m. t.? 4 i>. a?.I. 0;) honra of ?unahiac, 5.4; pet cent cf tioaaibl? .ui. j ?hin??. %.. DEJ'AltTlUES. Accumulated rwttt of teeprratnre ??Tk-i- Jail iiarj 1, 1919, +?0; ?tendency of t?nn-r.itiir. une ? Jane 11 Itlt, ??l ; accumulated .lercien- \ > ' precilAtetioe aincc -laniMfy 1. itlt, -fi ?d: ?I?- ] ncMMic* ot precipitation ?ime Julie 1, ItiS. -?G ' Temperature annie date uet jawr- lli|b? ,t ? Ii.??al. ?T. S \ ?????'?;?????"???- IN OTHER CITIES Loweat aith.it ? .eiiuj- Un.? reBerday. night. |?U Atlantic ntr, N. j. a\ ?a o.ai Breton, Mia?. TI St elm???.?. Ill. ?4 ?? ?.tt I'kmland. Oblo. ft Tt Deiner. (Mo...'. tt 52 Detroit. Mich.. . M ? ft Gal.euon. IV?. tt M Indianapolis. Ind. tt ?t .... Kaaiaa City. Mo. tt * ?.? boa Ansa-In iti. It . fin New Tor?. ?. ?. ? at Plttaburwh. P?.. M 1? Portland, lia. W ? t.H Sait Late nt?. Utah. Tt St 8t. boula. Ho. ?J Tt Han Fun. w?. cai. e il TIDE TABLES. (Compiled by l.'nited MUtca Coaat ?nd Ueodetli aattBattJ Toda>-Low tide, ti? a. m. ?nd t:ll p. at.; hith Uda 1:11 ?. ??.. ?nd 1:3l u ?a. THB SUN. Today Sun rtaea, S:.5 a. m. ; mio aera, S* p. ta. Moon riare. 11S4 p, m.; wU. lidi m. m. Aut.cnobile lamp? to be lighted or lat p. m I Otte?? H??ae-<irew? flower. ?ere preferred for all oeca*i?*n?.. Prompt delivery assured. 1214 P st. ?Adv. A Clearance Sale of Misses' Summer Apparel At Greatly Reduced Prices ?iO Summer Dre?*e* developed in ?chintz, tnnted. dotted and figured voiles, linens and - nghams; all color*. Specially priced At $10.00 . t ?1 $35.00 New Georgette Drew?, beaded and plain; all color?.'' At $25.00 Special lot of Taf eta ?nd Foulard Dr wie?; value? to $35.00. At $19.75 New Satin Dreue?; all colon. $25.00 to $55.00 ! Special value* in Capes; $2930 value*. At $19.75 Sleevelet* Coatee?; afl color*; full *3k lined; in velvet and vetour; $20.00 and $25.00 value*. Special, Monday only. - At $10.00 Smart Cotton Gabardine Skirti, in ?hirred model?, with button-trimmed pocket* and nov elly beiti. $3.95 to $6.00 Surf Satin Skirt*, in ?mart model?, with ?port pocket? and belt?. At $6.95 Washable BroacWIoth Skirti? At $12.75 Baronet Satin Skirts? At $15.00 Pennsylvania Avenue Pennsylvania Avenue Don't stop buying War Stamps. We Begin Our Suit Clearance Sale TOMORROW The lots that cannot muster their full quota of sizes go into this sale. In the aggre gate, hundreds of Suits?while there may be but two or three of a kind in some lots. Each one is a Saks Suit?with the character in design and the quality in weave and workmanship that makes Saks Clothes always superior. It naturally follows that the best styles of the season are in this assortment for your choice?both Young Men's and conservative. We've made three groupings? 1 1 ? $28.00 to $45.00 Suits $18.00 to $25.00 Suits $12.50 to $18.00 Suits $23.75 $16.75 $11.75