W. E. Ryan Says $50,000
Will Be Asked as Balm
For Solon's Letter.
LIKENED TO GERMANS
Southerner Accused Erin's
Advocates of Making
U. S. Cat's-Paw.
It will take more than a league of
nations treaty to make peace between
Senator John Sharp William*, of Mis
sissippi. and the Washington branch
of the Friends of Irish Freedom, for
W. E. Ryan a friend of Erin's cause
announced last night suit .would be
entered for 150,000 as balm for the
stinging remarks of the Southern so
Senator Williams took exception to
- resolutions forwarded by the local
branch to the President and Congress
urging defeat for the league of na
tions because Ireland was not recog
nised and compared the campaign of
American sympathisers to that of pro
The letter in question reads:
"I have the communication which
you sent to the President and mem
f bers of the Foreign Relations Com
mittee. As well as I can make it
out. you are suffering from a sort
of form of 'dual allegiance.' to-wit. al
legiance to the United States, your
adopted country, and to Ireland, your
native country; and led on by that
dual allegiance you wish to make a
cat's-paws out of the government of
these United States to pull these
?toestnuts out of the fire for Ireland
"The German-Americans wanted to
do that. too. when this war started;
only they wanted to pull out the
chestnuts for Germany. My answer
is 'Nay. nay. Pauline.' "
In reply Ryan, a member of the
committee which presented the reso
lutions, paid his respects in a lengthy
epistle which said in part:
*1 am the son of a Union soldier,
who died for his country in the Re
bellion. 1861-65. while you are the sotT
of a rebel soldier, who tried to pull
down the Stars and Stripes, to dis
rupt this Union of States, and was
particeps criminis in accepting the aid
of England in so trying to do." (
Rossa F. Downing of the committee
also replied: "I am afraid that age
ar.d infirmity have warped your na
turally brilliant mind. Otherwise you
would remember that Washington and
Jefferson pledged Ireland this coun
try's aid in her struggle for liberty,
in return for helping Anierica to pull
her chestnuts out of the fire."
Annapolis Md.. July 14.?The Demo
crats carried Annapolis in the mu
nicipal election here today. They
elected the mayor, city councilor and
six of the eight aldermen, the Re
publicans barely managing to retain
their membership of two aldermen
in the City CounciL
The political complexion of the
Council for the next two years will
remain Just as It was prior to to
day's election John J. Levy, Demo
crat. was elected mayor over Dr.
("harles B. Henkel by a majority of
1*3. In similar manner George Rull
man. incumbent, defeated Dennis
Claude. Republican, by 741 to 657. It
was on these two offices that the
Republicans had concentrated their
While the fight had been said to
have been waged along strictly party
lir.es. the controlling factor in the
victory of Levy was his fight In
Council, while an alderman for the
past two years, against the present
management of the Annapolis Water
Company and its agitation in favor
of an expensive filtration plant. It
was on this issue, and that alone,
that he won the Democratic nomina
tion a few weeks ago from Winson
G Gott in one of\th#? bitterest pri
mary fights the local Democracy ha*
witnessed in many years.
New Hears Grand Jury's
Indictment (or Murder
Los Angeles. Cal., July 14.?Standing
with fists tightly clinched and gazing
squarely into the eyes of Deputy Dis
tnct Attorney C. W. Frickey. Harry
S. New today heard read in court the
grand Jury indictment charging him
with murdering his sweetheart, 30
year-old Frieda Lesser.
Han. Officer Caught in London.
London, July 14.?A dashing young
German officer masquerading as a
South American has been arrested
while promenading along the Strand,
the -Daily Express learns, and is now
m Brixton prison. A grave charge is
expected to be lodged against him.
WATCH THE COLOR
OF YOUR SKIN
Yellow Means Yon Need Calotabs,
The De-Nauseated Calomel Tab
let that Is Purified from the Nau
seating and Unpleasant Effects.
Feel mean, look yellow? Your liver
is out of fix! The poisonous bile is
being retained in your system. You '
need a good do*e of calomel for it is
the only thing that will do the work.
Why not try Calotabs. the new and
improved calomel tablet that is as de
lightful to take as it is beneficial in I
cleansing the liver and purifying the
system? Calotabs contain all of the
valuable medicinal qualities of calomel
but are freed from the unpleasant and
dangerous effects. One tablet at bed
time, with a swallow of water?that's
ali. No taste, no griping, no nausea,
no salts. You wake up in the morning
I feeling fine, with a clean liver and
a hearty appetite. Eat what you please
Calotabs are sold only in original,
sealed packages. Price thirty-five
rents. The finest medicine in the
world for biliousness, indigestion and
constipation So fine that your drug
i gist ib authorised to refund the price
as a guarantee that you will be thor
oughly delighted with Calotabs.?Adv.
PROBES GIRL'S STORY
The Western Union Telegraph
Company began Its investigation
yeaterday of the alleged assault on
one of lta messenger girls which ia
said to have occurred laat Friday
In the passageway between the
Capitol and Senate Office Building
If the alleged assailant can be
located and identified the Western
Union authorities Intend to proa-J
According to the reports, the girl
waa accosted in the underground
passageway by the man. who la
said to have made an attempt to
make an engagement for the even
ing with her. When the girl re
fused. the man. It la alleged,
grabbed her and attempted to force
his attentions on her.
Fear for other messenger girls,
who In some cases must pass
through places that are just as un
guarded as the passageway ts at
times, prompts the investigation. It
FOR BASTILE DAY
Pershing and Yanks Help
Celebrate Greatest Fete
Paris. July 14.?France swept
aside the accumulation of half a
century's bitterness and woe today'
with the greatest celebration in her
history?the victory parade.
Hundreds of thousands of people'
from all parts of the country
crowded into Paris and cheered the
allied soldiers in their five-mile
triumphal march through the heart
of the city. It was the day Prance
had waited since her crushing de
feat by the Prussians in 1870, and
she made the most of It.
The city was a riot of color when
the 25.000 aflted veterans began their
march. Flags were fown from every
building and each street apparently
tried to outdo the other in gaia
Foeh and Joffre Lead Parade.
It was just 5 o'clock when Marshal
Foch and Marshal Joffre with their
staffs rode past the **arch of
triumph." As the parade proceeded
[ the cheers and shouts increased in
volume until they became deafen
ing. Behind the famous French com
manders were a battalion of dough
i boys and a contingent of American
! sailors. At their head rode Gen.
Pershing and Gen. Harboard.
Hundreds were in line. Pershing
mounted on a French chestnut
thoroughbred. accompanied by a
group of color-bearers.
Behind the Americans came the
i other allied troops, the larger na
tions represented by a regiment and
; the smaller ones by a color guard.
Field Marshal Haig and Gen. Rob
ertson rode at the head of the Brit
Famoaa Leaders la Line.
The French section, by far the larg- ,
est in the parade, comprised repre
sentativesof every military district in
the country, as well as every branch
of the army. Marshal Petain. Gens j
Mangin. Humbert, Lyautey, Gouraud .
and other famous French military |
leaders were in line.
Preceding Marshals Foch and Joffre '
were a band of girls from Alsace
Lorraine. strewing flowers gathered
from all parts of the republic.
The first soldiers to pass under the
Arch of Triumph were two legless i
poilus. conveyed in a wheel chair by
two other French soldiers, each of
whom had lost an arm. They were J
followed by 1.000 mutilated men. who
later were stationed opposite Pres- 1
ident Poincare. at the reviewing stand, j
President Wilson sent the following
cablegram of greting to President
Poincare, of France, through the
American Embassy at Paris, in
honor of Bastile Day in France:
Bastile Day in France:
"May I not on this day which
rommemorates the breaking of the
chains which once bound France
to an intolerable servitude, convey
to the people of France the cordial,
fraternal greeting of the people of
the United States and their sense
of privilege and joy in having been
associated with France in breaking1
the bonds of the world.**
!few York Celebrates Day.
New York, July 14.?Memorial
wreaths and flowers were laid at
the base of the Joan of Arc monu
ment here today as part of a big
open-air celebration of Bastile
FORD ON STAND
IN LIBEL SUIT
Moout Clemens, Mich., July It
Henry Ford took the .Und today In
O.O0O.OOO libel suit against the Chl
ca?? tribune. Ford followed hla son,
Edsel, whose explanation of Ford gov
ernment contracts occupied the morn
Asked whether he wrote articles and
advertisements disapproving war. he
said he,had suggested their content,
but that the actual writing had been
by his peace secretary. William De
'la it not true that you and the
Tribune split on preparedness?" At
torney Stevenson asked Ford.
Ford assented, but qualified by say
ing he did not read the paper.
"You state here." said Mr. Steven
son, exhibiting a Ford article, "that
preparedness Is the root of all evil."
Yes, sir,' was Ford's answer.
Ford was on the stand only 30
??~na giving th? Tribune s
ideX- automobile klnrs war
ifVf5',1*?'0 changes from the original
l-lans for Liberty motors were nec
essary before the perfect motor was
found. Edsel Ford testified, explaining
his company's activities liTgovera
ment work. govern
i ,hfer,**id th.? CO*t of E**'* boats and
: tS'jssnsL ^
I ? luoom.
am tin Etfe'e l^?at P<ant required
MO.000 above the U.500.000 allowed by
the government. The
, never repaid this. Ford ?id.^
I In November. Ford said, hla com
the government still owes the com
P*ny on every contract.
Baltimore, Md.. July 14.?Saw to
hate had sweethearts all the wav
from Quebec to Baltimore. Ld to
inTmfZT h'* courtin? by wearing
I wS v "rmy and navy unt'orms.
William Newman, alias Arthur C
rt*"on. 3 >'ear? o'd. was arrested to
fr! ?Kargfd with bsving deserted
Vw'r v'a K"'v'-"th Cavalry, Ht Fort
J^1?" IOCked up here- he w?re a
I white navy uniform, but ths police
i later recovered his khaki clothes from
I a man to whom he had sold them.
Newman was arrested on complaint
of George C. Carbls, a member of the
fire department. Vt whose house New
J man had been cominir to pav atten-'
tions to Corbls's daughter* A^'n,
appeared at the Carbls house in
"av-v uniform, but at other
times he was seen on the street In
,'earned. as he told the po
lite. that Newman had a wife, who
had followed him here from Can
ada and that other women in New
traH Philadelphia were on his
| Newman, according to the girl
j from Canada claifnlng to be his
I u* , t0r^ UP thelr rnarri*K<" cer
S !'M tc,and dl'owned her. Newman
| told police he was never married to
V1* eirl. and said she followed him
j here from Canada. He said the
other girls meant nothing to him.
( Newman, according to police, en
| listed in the navy two years ago
and after serving thirteen months
in foreign waters and eight months
along the Atlantic coast, was dis
I charged. He later enlisted in the
! cava!r> under the name of his
tirr th?*r-in-Iaw. Arthur C. Carson,
and was in training at Fort Myer.
It is alleged he deserted June 28.
HEARING 0NFIUME FUSS
| Flume, July 14.?The Allied-American I
j commission, appointed by the "Big
j Four" to investigate the Franco-Ital
ian clashes In this bitterly disputed |
Adriatic port city, arrived here today
: and immediately began its hearings, j
i Sitting at the local casino, the com
| miss.oners took the testimony of nu- I
jmerous witnesses, including the com
manders of the Italian and French
forces here, as well as prominent
*aj. Gen. Suramerall represents the
United States on the commission.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind Too Have Always Bought, and which has been
In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of
/p and has been made under his per
/7* ,sonal supervision since its infancy.
' w ftiryZ auow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children?Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing Syrops. ' It is pleasant It contains
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic Substance. Its
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea-; allaying Feverishness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
In.Ose For Over Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THt agHTAWW COMCAWY, NIW VOW* CITY,
Word hu Just been reo^iyed of th?
marriage in Chicagd of Thomas Ad
amson, a former plate printer in the
bureau. Mr. Adamson was employed
on the night shift In Motion , and
resigned last Decentber to accept a
position in his home town.~ Mrs. Ad
amson Is a 'Chicago girl.
Mips Irene Owen, clerk In section ?.
night force, has been detailed to the
Printing Office force.
MIhh Minnie Kohler. of section ?
been visiting her home in Mauch
Buddy Myers, of section 4. with his
family, teft Sunday for Conelntal
Beach, where he Intends to spend a
Kiss Mary Devlin, who has been
detailed to the Treasury Department,
returned to her old Job In the stamp
perforating division Friday.
Much Interest Is centered In the no
tice posted yesterday stating that
there was no money available for
paying the majority of employes on
the l.Hh an<T Ed. on account of the
President's veto or the sundry civil
bill. This action In all probability
will alter many vacation plans this
Archie Olbson Is back at his press
in section 4. after a month's abseroe
due to illness.
Joaeph W. McFate, of the engrav
ing division, and his brother, Harry
McFate. superintendent of section J.
left yesterday for Chester, Pa., to at
tend the funeru] of their cousin, wllo
died Sunday night.
The Bureau Band held one of Its
best rehearsals Sunday morning #rtth
a lure attendance. It U htptd that
the interest displayed at this rehearsal
will be continued.
Elmer Jordan, of section 1 la off for
Jack Tavanner, of the engraving di
vision. returned to duty yesterday
after spend In* a few days at Atlantic
City with the Elks.
It seems that Otto Erdman. of sec
tion 6, was not sure of his ability to
select a rood looking "Kewpte" at
Kann's the other day. so called on one
of the girls jn his section to assist
him. And she got it.
Fred Lipp, of section 4. questions
everyone he meets In reference to
houses. You know, Fted is looking
for one. I
M.ke Moran. the bureau short stop,
is kept busy In the dry box section i
Some of the boys In the engraving di
vision have received cardi" from Gab
riel Swart stating that he has arrived
la lesland eafely, and will be married
W. O. Marks, of the eariTlni dlrl
elon, l? on lee re.
Joe SUalesewald. of eectlon I la on
the eick Uet.
John &. Rhodes, of section C, night,
ha* returned from e ten-day vacation
at North Beach. UA.
BROAS CASE VERDICT
Chesterton. Md.. July 14.?'The Jury
of Inquest which met to inquire into
the deeih of Mlae Helen Broae. of
Washington, here Uet night *?.?? a
verdict of accidental death, and ex
onerated the driver of the auto and
all others concerned of all blame.
The body of the young -woman wae
prepared for burial and shipped to
Washington this afternoon.
Mies Broaa wae inatsntly killed
when an automobile skidded In try
ing to pass another car about one
mil* from thu plae* and (track 0...
t?l?crasb palt Thra* othar unnrtm * .
" "?? party wara only allgbUy ???M
i?w that drop, a apot of oolort?e *
mattar oil a htn'i back to ikn
Montana man ha* invaataf ??<
To Ward Off Summer
Tto tap tto Am* i
akin. ?o eoDunoD ?t tfcte wmi, la (
^ uaDy abaortod by tto w?i tad wplwi
BO Ul? Of the WU.
mmar of maraotiaad ?u at ur 4"* star* a*
on it like cot^ *nu? will heir ??t Mi
at <*?<-* and in a week or ao tto uuarii dob wfl
look mtfUbT cto, y**m? ia4 ba*ltl?? -Ada
PEOPLE'S SAFE SUPER-SIX?HOME OF LOW PRICES
These Price$ Do Not Include War Tax
Mail Order*?Plcue inclose war tax and pared port fee.
N.W. N.W. IN.W.
No. 2 .1 No, 31
1 & E14&U
7 & 5N 8 & H
K.W. i N.E.
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Promjtct Mouth Hygiene.
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