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j SPECIAL NOTICES. |
A SPECIAL MEETING OF KSTHKR CHAPTElT,
No. 5. Order of the Eastern Star, wilt be held I
In New Masonic Temple. April 4. 1817. at 9
a.m.. for the purpose of attending the funeral
of Mrs. ADA LINK L. WALKER. Services at
Wriaht's undertaking parlors. 1337 10th street
northwest, at 10 a.m.
KMMA E. RILEY. Matron.
A MEETING OF THE 811AREHOLDKRS IN
the Washington Real Estate Investment Co.
Is hereby called to meet on Tuesday. April 3.
7:30 p.m., in this office, for election of officers
and other business. EDWARD 8. WE8COTT.
1907 Pa. ave. n.w. I
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDcrs
of the Great Falls Power Company, for the
election of directors nnd the transaction of
such other business ns may properly com** before
said meeting, will l?e held at the office of C. C.
? arlin. No. lt?7 North Fairfax street. Alexandria.
Vs.. on Thursday, April 1017. at 12 o'clock
noon. S. It. l'.iTWKX. Secretary.
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Motorist Avoids Child; Hits Man. (
K. AL Hefiin, 323 <' street southeast,
operating an automobile near 3d and N
streets yesterday, made a quick turn
to the pavement to avoid striking a
child playing on the roadway. The car
hit a tree and then struck William A.
Clements. 604 <4 street southeast, injuring
him about the hands and legs.
He received treatment at the office of
a physician. A. F. Wright. 1301 Lamont
street, occupant of the automobile, was
treated at Homeopathic Hospital for a
cut under his right eye.
What Doctors Use
A soothing combination of oil of Wintergreen.
Thymol, and other he-ling ingredient*
called D. D. D. Prescription is now a favorite
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It penetrates the pores, rives inttant relief
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Labor Manifesto Cause of
SENTIMENT FOR REPUBLIC
X tlio A?v>ointp?1 Prens.
MADRID (undated), by way of the
Spanish frontier, via Paris, April 3.?
'trong measures adopted by the Spansh
government have checked a widepread
agitation which assumed a dislnct
revolutionary aspect, although ,
'rentier Romanones in a formal staterient
declares the government refuses
o treat the movement as revolutionary.
The troubles of the past week were
ased on a manifesto, signed by tweny-six
heads of labor organizations in
11 parts of the country, reciting the
rrievances of the workmen, attacking
he present form of government and I
nnouncing that a general strike would
e inaugurated. The demand for a
hange in the form of government was
egarded as more serious than the
hreat of a strike, owing to the unrest
hat follower! the nnheaval in Russia, i
nil the government decided upon
rastic measures. s
Sixteen of the leaders who signed
he manifesto were arrested, charged
rith seditious utterances, the labor
xehanges in Madrid and the provinces
i*ere closed and a royal decree was isued
placing the country virtually uner
martial law by the suspension of
he constitutional guarantees for free
peech, speedy trial, etc. A rigid cenorship
also was inaugurated, preventng
mention of the manifesto or refrence
to the character of the rnovelent.
Immediate Danger Passes.
At the outset there was much appreension
of eventualities, but it is now
elieved the summary action of the
overnment has postponed development
f the movement if it has not entirely
roken it up. Only a few scattered
lovements among the workmen tliemelves
are in evidence, making it plain
hat there is no organization capable
f coping with the strong military and
olice forces under government conrol.
Troops have been moved to Barcelona
ml the northern mining section,
'here a large labor element exists,
ut the only serious disorder reported*
'as at Valadolid, where a clash beween
workmen and gendarmes led to
he injury of three guardsmen.
Republican Feeling Stirred.
The capital remained calm, but exectant,
apparently believing that the
vents in Russia might lead to somehing
similar here. There is no doubt I
:iuv. me riussian movement a.iiu me le- j
ublican regime in nearby Portugal j
ave stirred feeling in Spain along j
imilar lines. It is also asserted that I
erman influence figured in stirring up
iscord so as to keep Spain fully occuied
with home affairs.
The manifesto which precipitated the
roubles was the outgrowth of the
iigh price and scarcity of food and
oal. the suspension of exports in
pain's wine and olive oil trade beause
of the blockade and the general
erangement of labor and industry as
he result of the war.
King Stays in Capital.
King Alfonso remained in the capital
hroughout the agitation and is reorted
to have told his advisers that
here would be no repetition of the
xperience of his cousin Nicholas in
Lussia. as he would go to the head of
he troops if necessity required and
hare fate with them.
This report has had the effect of raisng
the king's prestige, making it apear
that he would display firmness
nd courage in any emergency likely
o arise. The action of the governlent.
however, has virtually crushed
he movement in its inception and the
aim prevailing in most of the princial
centers leads to the. belief that disrder
has ceased to be a probability
or the present.
TROOPS FOR WHITE HOUSE.
leDorterl Regulars Are tn "Renlnee
Police Force There.
A report was in circulation this afternoon
that it is planned to replace
he police guard at the Whitf> House !
vith a guard composed of regular j
roops. About fifty policemen are on j
luty at present in and around the i
iVhite House, and the:;r release, it is J
aid. would permit of better police proection
to the foreign embassies and
egations and the preservation of order
The report could not be verified at
he War Department, and its only basis
ippeared to be frequent conferences
etween Secretary Baker and Major of
Jolice Pullman and the fact that the
st Regiment of Engineers has been
rdered to this city and that infantry
roops are do be added to the cavalry
nd artillery troops at Fort Myer.
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CITY NEWS IN BBIEF.
| The direction that French art la likely
to take following the close of the great
war was predicted by R. N. Brooke,
vice president of the art school of the
Corooran Gallery of Art, in an illustrated
lecture on the history of modern
French art delivered by him yesterdayafternoon
at the auditorium of the gallery.
The fifty slides shown were illustrative
of the best work of the artists
The Wednesday Evening Social Clnb
will inaugurate the opening of its new
clubrooms tomorrow evening with a
dance at 1121 Vermont avenue northwest.
A feature of the evening will be
exhibition dancing by Miss Mabel Callan.
The Smithsonian Institution announces
that its secretary. Dr. Charles Doolittle
YValcott, lias been elected a corresponding
member in the class of physical
sciences of the Royal Academy of
Sciences of Bologna, Italy. Correspond
me memoersnip in thisi society is only
conferred upon foreign scientists who
have distingushed themselves in their
special line of investigation.
Ylnltation night will be held by the
Federal City Lodge, No. 20, I. O. O. F.,
tomorrow evening in Northeast Temple,
8th and F streets northeast. The Grand0
Lodge officers will be present. c
Pledge* of nupport to the Pre*ident
in the present critical international
situation were contained in a resolution
adopted at a meeting of the Colored Patriots*
Common Defense and Welfare
League of the United States last night
at the home of Joseph Milton, 1220
Kirby street northwest. .The resolution
was offered by H. A. Clarke, councilman
of the Maryland division of the Sons of
At a meeting of President** Own Garrison,
No. 104, Army and Navy Union,
this evening in (I. A. R. Hall action will
be taken in support of the President in
the- present crisis. This organization,
which is composed of former soldiers,
sailors and marines, has already tendered
its services to the government in
any exigency that may arise.
The nlnging of Mr*. Panl Voder was the
principal feature on the musical program
given last night at the Arts Club.
Others who contributed to tl\g program
were Miss Mona Jelliman and Lewis
Thompson. Mrs. Emma Prall Knorr was
chairman of the music committee.
The Study Club of the Drama League
is to hold its first spring meeting this
evening at th,e Public Library at 8:30
o'clock. "Dramatization in the Schools"
is to be discussed. Miss Laura Wessels
is to read the paper of the evening.
Those familiar with this sort of work, j
those ignorant of it, those with any
r?r? ininnu _ .1: ; ?
?cgai *ntig it. are invited
The entertainment planned by the
Women's City Club of Washington for
tonight. Tuesday, has been postponed
until April 17.
The Cranch-Tyler Home and School
Association is to meet Thursday after- j
noon at 3 o'clock in the Cranch School.
Miss Jane Lockwood is to speak on I
"The Philadelphia Dental Clinics for
The Washington, D. Hoy Scout
Band is to hold a special meeting this
evening at 6 o'clock in G. A. U. Hall.
After two hours' practice there will be
an inspection of instruments bv the
officers of the band. Credits will be
given for personal appearance, set-up
anil general condition of instruments.
The public is invited.
Out of Doom With the Boy Scout"
is the subject of a lecture to be given
by Depuiy Commissioner J. Woodridge
Patton At a meeting of Troop 53 this
evening at Clarendon. Ya. Following
the lecture a demonstration of Boy
Scout preparedness is to be given by
the troop, under the direction of its
scoutmaster. J. Ralph Thomas.
The first monthly meeting of the
Pennsylvania State Alumni Association
of the District is to be held tomorrow
evening at 6 o'clock at the New Kbbitt
House. It is expected that a reel of j
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[motion picture* showing: various phases
of Pennsylvania Htate College life, including:
drilling: of the Cadet Corps and
| the experiments conducted with alr|
planes, will be shown.
At a meeting: of the Petworth
Woman's Club last night the fallowing
officers were elected: Mrs. S. W. Norton.
president; Mrs. Sidney Thompson,
vice president; Mrs. EdWard Ruff, recording
secretary; Mrs. Wirt Taylor,
corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Walter
Criswell, treasurer. Twenty-flve
dollars was appropriated to start Red
Cross relief work.
Howard Moore, colored, who pleaded
guilty to manslaughter, in causing the
death of Jesse Harris, also colored. January
15, 1915, was sentenced today to
serve seven years in the penitentiary.
Justice Gould thought the circumstances
of the killing did not demand
a more severe sentence. Attorney
Charles Fahy appeared for the prisoner.
Representative William E. Mason of
Illinois, is to speak at the April meeting
of the Illinois Society of Washington.
to be held tomorrow evening at
8 o'clock in the white parlor of the
New Ebbit House. All Illinoisans of
Washington will be welcome
The March meeting of the Association
of Oldest Inhabitants of the District is
to be held tomorrow evening at 7:30
'clock at the Union engine house,
orner 19th and H streets northwest.
The Washington alumni of Colgate
University are to give & banquet in
honor of Prof. Robert W. Moore, a
member of the faculty, this evening: in
the palmroom of the Continental Hotel.
Holy week is being: observed at the
Church of Our Redeemer with services
each night. Holy communion will be
administered at the services on Holy
A meeting: of the Barry Farm Improvement
Association is to be held at
the James G. Birney School Friday
evening: at 8 o'clock at which the details
of the proposed condemnation of
the roadways of Barry Farm, as outlined
by the District Commissioners
at a recent hearing, will be discussed.
An official map of the proposed improvements
will be on exhibition. The
public is invited.
Xorman Austensen, ten year* old. la
reported missing: from his home, 717
Mr. Vernon place. He left home yesterday
about noon, the police were informed.
and had not returned this
Search Being Made for Pulp Wood.
The woods along: the Potomac river
and its tributaries are being well
searched for timber available for paper
pulp leaking. Yesterday four river
schooners arrived at Alexandria wii_h
full cargoes of pulp-making woods.
which will be shipped to paper mills.
Shipments of pulp wood from along- the
liver, through Alexandria, to mills in
West Virginia and elsewhere, the dealers
say, will he unusually heavy this
spring and summer. Much skinned pine
from along the electric roads running
into Virginia from this city is dailj
brought to the paper-making mill at
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lity in every style,
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OF U. S. PART IN WAR
Urges Every Assistance to Allies and
Sending of Troops to
Senator John Sharp Williams of Mississippi.
member of the foreign relations
committee, has set forth clearly
in an interview what he believed the
United States should do in the present
He urged that the following things
Give the ships of all the allies free
access to American ports, harbors and
Allow them free transit through the
United States and over our railroads of
Canadian and any other troops.
Take possession immediately of a
sufficient number of German interned
ships to equal the value of American
shipping destroyed by Germany.
Provide for the immediate training
of 1.000,000 men, to be followed within
three months by a call for another
exempt from the provisions of the
income tax law ail incomes derived
from investments in bonds issued by the
Send a few thousand regulars to the
European battle line with the Belgians,
for its psychological effect.
Have the big ships of the navy take
the offensive in the most effective way
possible by joining the fleets of the allies
in the scene of naval activities.
j Go submarine chasing in that same
zone from which the German government
has "so insultingly" forbidden the
United States to enter.
"Without any formal alliance of any
description, we are compelled practically
to co-operate and participate with
others who are the enemies of our
enemy." said Senator Williams. "We
should realize the situation frankly and
act upon it. There need be no treaty
in words, but there must be conventions
and agreements for our military and
naval co-operation pendento ballo."
Cuban Rebel Forces Surrender.
SANTIAGO, Tuba. April 3.?Col.
Rafael Manduley, former governor of
Oriente province and president of the
liberal party of that province, has surrendered
with :,00 followers to the authorities
at Guantanamo. The regular
forces that were in arms against the
government in the Guantanamo district 1
also have surrendered and today an i
additional force of 300. including several
officers, gave up their arms. j
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John R. Davis Reports He Was Robbed
by Two Colored Men?Mother
Asks Arrest of Son.
John R. Davis. 2202 1st street, has reported
to the police that two unidentified
colored men this morning about 1
o'clock held him up at North Capitol
and \V streets, as he was on his way
home, and robbed him of $275 in cash,
a diamond #pin worth $25 and a watch
i valued at $30. Davis explained that he
had arranged to open a store this week
and was going to use the money in the
I purchase of stock.
j Mrs. Mary C. Anderson, Mount Rainier.
Md., has asked the police to arI
rest her son Theodore <1. Anderson, on
!a charge of robbery. Detective Boyle
! obtained a warrant for Anderson's ari
rest, and is searching for him. Mrs.
| Anderson reported that her son as:
saulted her Sunday night while she
was on Bunker Hill road near Barrett's
farm, and robbed her of $65. She
stated he was employed at the East
Capitol car barn.
Detectives are trying to recover a
dark gray spring overcoat belonging
to Representative William R. Wood of
; Indiana The coat was stolen from the
j House offic" building yesterday. Lieut.
White of the-Capitol police force rej
ported the theft to the city departj
j Simon Goldberg, 627 P street, told the
police that four sailors stopped in front
of his store last night and one of them
; sto'-. ><;i>idbag valued at $3.
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Holy City?Part II
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Rameaux (The Palms)
us Dei (Lai^pb of God)
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