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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; FRIDAY; NOVEMBER'S.' 1015.
i . BRAND WHITLOCK WILSON AND FIANCEE C. H. DODGE'S GUESTS They Take Luncheon With New York Financier Return to Capital This Afternoon. MAY ROOMED BE FOR SECOND PLACE Return of Minister Arouses Gossip in Administration Quarters. FAVORED BY MANY OHIOANS Marshall's Attitude Toward Democratic Machine May Become Factor. Oossln conccrnlnB the return of Min uter DM nd Whltlock. of Ohio, from hill pout nt Hrussels to the United States continues to be current and of many varieties. Although tho state Department Insists that there Is nothing of a political na- ture Irt the return of Mr. Whltlock and that It Is due only to his III health, rumors are colnc the lounds that he Is favored by the Wilson Administration for Vlco Tresldent. Another rumor Is that the Ohio Democrats will put him forward forKovernor. Such tenoits are not admitted to have anv foundation In Admlnlstiatlon quar ters. Another ancle to the Whltlock case Is the German allocation that the; Ilritlsh government iu guilty of bad faith In changing the leports made by tho American minister In such a nay as to reflect on officials of the German mili tary regime In Ilelglum. It Is said Min ister Whltlock's reports, which were published h ihc Ilritlsh government, were sent by him to Ambusador Page "for his information." It is strongly Intimated that Mr. Whltlock did not in tend what he said for the Information of Iagc to bo given to the press. This phase of tho Mutation has led to a recurrence of talk that back of the piopo.ed visit of Ministci Whlt lock to this country Is somn form of expression from Germany of the dls pleasuie of that ko eminent toward him. The nomination of Ml Whltlock for Vice I'lpsldcnt would be highly satis factory to many proRiesshe Demo crats. Lint the Administration would have to face the problem whether It would help the Demociatic party with the Coi man voters. There Is no keen or overweening de sire In Administration riuarleri to have Vice Picstdent Marshall lenomlnaled. Much will depend as to MuMhall on whe'her he obeys the orders of tlm Demon itlc machine In the Senate this winter In making parllanientaiy i til ings. If he dors not. It Is openly In timated he will get Into hot water and find trouble In renominatlon. 'Baptists' Evangelists Have Day of Fasting The Hapllst evangelists engaged In the campaign for better living In the Dlstrlft are observing today as a day of fasting and praer. A continuous meeting of the workers In the campaign. from 10 o'clock tlil morning until 2 o clock this nftermon, was held at Cal vary Hantlst Church Plans arc being made for a rerlcs of street meetings tomorrow night All street meetings for today have a'so been suspended. The usual services will be held In all Baptist churches this evening. NI2W YOIIK. Nov. B.-I'iesldent Wil son nrosn early today at tho home of Col. i:. M. Mouse, where ho rpetit tho night after his Manhattan Club speech, and motored to the Kt. Kcgls, where he met his brldv-to-be, Mrs. JSormau tlall. At I p. m., the President, Mrs. Halt, Miss Uertrude (Jordou, and Miss Helen Woodrow Hones were luncheon si'est of Cleveland II. Dodge, the tlnancler, an old mclid or the President. Presi dent Wilson and Mrs Halt will leave for Washington at i o'clock this aller noon. Pieslilent Wilson Joined Mrs. Gait nt the Kt. Itegls at 9 o'clock. An auto mobile 1 1 lp through the parks was huk- gestea unu dismissed, ine I'resinetil pie- erring lo siay vviin nts itancee until time, to go to Colonel Dodge's far lunch eon. A laig bouMtiot of red roses pre ceded the Pmsldcnt to Mrs. Gait's apartment. Wilson Refuses to Comment on Bryan's Attack on His Policy NniV YOIIIC, Nov. D -President Wil son this afternoon declined to comment win tlp statement given out nt Wash ington hr William J. Ilryan, attacking his national defense piogrum New Haven Probers Still Sift Joy Line Purchase NKW YOIIK. Nov. f.-Thc New Haven's acquisition of tho Joy Bltfam. shlD line was still under Investigation when the trial of Indicted dlrecjorswas resumed In Veilernl court today, Krank )iT. Dunbaugh, former piesldcnt. of tho Joy linn, lesumed the stand, ' Kiom Dunbaugh. attornevs obtained tho ) statement that K. T. uucaianu, auur ney for the New Haven, negotiated the purchase of the Joy line In 1503 for IS10.MW, Including ITO.OO) In stock. Women Vote For Saloons In Two Illinois Towns T lined In the Manhattan Club speech last night. 'xhe President obtained bis first In fot million of Brian's ntatk fiom the United Press. He read a summary of the United Press dispatch at the .St. Itegls Hotel just before leaving wllh Mis. Gait, his fiancee, for a luncheon at the home of Cleveland II Dodge. Persons close to tho President, hovv evei, pointed out that lie nntlclQated such attacks and auswereil tlicjn In advance In hla speech last night? when he said "If men differ with me In this vital matter I shall nsl; Hum to piake It clear how far and In what they ner intrested In mak ing the (ii rmanent interests of the country stfe against disturbance " The President's prlwite car was lo he attached to a train leaving for Washington at 3 o'clock this iifternoon. Whether any statement In replv to Hivmi will be issued at the White House has not been determined CdllCvOO. Nov. 5 lleardstown and Mounds, the two wet towns of eleven In Illinois where local option elections were held, voted to continue wet. The women's vote proved u surprise to tho nnll-sa'oon forces, in lleardstown at least, piling up a large majority In favor of xaloons. ' Of nine dry towns, two, Percy and Wllllsvlllc, voted to let saloons return. President of Pennsy Undergoes Operation I'HII.ADKr.PUtA. Nov. 5.-Snmuel Hen. president of the Pennsylvania Hall rood Company, underwent n minor op eration today at tho Presbyterian Hos pital. It was performed by Dr. Ilenja mln Thomas, who announced President Ilea was doing nicely. President Itea was operated on last August, and, ac cording to his iihvsiclan, today's opera tion was to Insuiu it morn rapid and complete return to normal condition. Big Ammunition Cargo On Way to Carranzistas I.AItlUX). Tex., N'ov 5 -Half a mil- as out-'Hon lounds of Manser ammunition con- Two Divisions Leave Saloniki and Rp-enforcements Arc Being Entrained. (Continued from Klrst Page.) boat mi the Danube, a landing can be made on Unitarian soil! It Is thought no time will be lost by the Husslans In taking advantage of this route. "Important Change in Conduct of War" Is Expected in London LONDON, Nov. tf.-The Dally Ex press gives grcot prominence this morning to the following sentenic which It prints In heavy type: "We understand that a most Im portant chance in the rnnduct of tlm war Is to take place almost Immediately." The Greek nnd Serbian ministers hero conferred today, presumably with refer ence 10 ureeK item ror Hernia, wntcn me Kerbs are admittedly hopeful will result from tho Athens cabinet crisis. Anglo-Fre,nch Forces To Land at Dedeagatch, Athens Now Believes lonlkl, which will form a railway con nection between Athejis and Salontkl, Is being pushed night and day, accoid tug to a Ha Ion I 111 dispatch to the Temps. The railroad Is one of great military Importance, German Attacks Near Aisne and Oise Are Repulsed by French PAItlH. Nov. 5. "A fierce nnd Ineffec tual ntotack was delivered on our lines Thursday night between the Atsnc and tho Olse, In the regions of Pulsalclne. and Otieiincvlcres," roported the war ornce toon v. "We letitilsed two grenado attacks. supported by liquid tire against IA l ouriuie, in i,nampagne. "In Alsace our aviators bombarded the Germans' asphyxiating gas plants." A'ustrians Repulse Assaults on Goritz One Year Ago Today in the War The Germans surrendered Tsing-tau. Tho British cruiser Good Hope, with Admiral Craddock and 000 men, was officially ' reported lost in the Chilean coast naval battle. Heavy fighting at Yprcs, and minor advances on the whole front were re ported by France. The British claimed a slackening of tho German offensive. Germany claimed gains at Yprcs and St. Mihfcl. "The greatest victory thus far in the war, "Tor Russia," was Petrograd's designation of the battle of Jaroslaw, near Przemysl, with 5,000 Austrian prisoners. Turkish ships bom barded Batum. Colonel Roosevelt Silent On Speech of President OYSTEIl HAY. Nov 5 - Colonel nooseet today had no comment lo make on the natlonil defense program proposed bv President "Wilson In his Manhattan Cluh speech last night. At his home It was said to Ae altogether unllkelv that the colonel would Issue unv statement Girl, Aged Thirteen, Is Married in Missouri IIKA.M.W. Mo. Nov. 5 -Dorey Davis thirteen. Is Pettis county's voungest bride In tvcnty-flve years. Her mother gave her consent to Dorsey's marrlage to Jeffeison Da Is Clesser, Iwenty-two. signed to General Oalics, Carranza com mander nt Aitua Prleta. Passed through hero today. It was snt from the Mexican arsenal at 'Monterex and will be shipped In bond through the United Htates. Linoleum Balance of Trade in Favor of U. S. American linoleum manufacturers have their greatest trade extension op IHirtunitv because of the war th De pal tment of Commerce announced to daj. The linoleum balance of trade, usually against the I'nlted States, has elre'idv shifted In favor of American nvinufacttiiers, imports havlngdecressed and exports already Increased W per cent Imports have usually doubled ex ports. Believe Hot Doughnuts Caused Teacher's Death I1AYONNE. N. J.. Nov. 5 Physicians bellee h'it Jelly doughnuts caused the death of Miss Anna Cohan, a school teacher, who died at the tlayonne hoe pltal Police today wtre trjlng to find the 'oakery w litre Miss Cohen boufjht the doughpiits a few hours befote she took 111 with ptomaine poisoning Discord in Minor Key When Music Sues Music CLEVELAND. Ohio. Nov. 5.-Har-mony was larktnr; In Judge Kstep's court today when Mrs Mary Music, faced her husband. Charles Music. Each wants a divorce on grounds of "cruelty " ATHENS. Nov. 6. After the allies' naval guns have cleared Dedeagatch and Its environs of llulgarlan troops. It Is believed today that French and Ilrit lsh forces will be landed there. The fleet Is still bombarding the port furiously under the direction of avia tors who hover over tho town, signalling the range to the gunners. Military men do not think the shelling would be so persistent except as a preliminary to land operations. The Bulgarians have been driven by the bursting shells a short distance lnt the Interior, but are said to be near enough to be ready to resist a landing. The flofla government has already taken over the railroad through southern Hul garla and has forces of peasants throw ing up entrenchments and mounting guns on the Greek frontier. Defeat of French Near Prilep by Bulgarians Reported by Berlin HKHI.IN (via Hayvllle wireless) Nov. S Complete defeat by the Hul garlans of the Krench forces northeast of Prilep, In southwestern Serbia, was reported here today. Part of the FriOi.li troops were routed and part captuicd by Itulgars, It was stated. SALONIKI (via Athens), Nov 5 To help the Serbians, who are defending Prilep. thlrtv miles north of Monastlr, against the Hulga-lans. the Frew h ex tended their east and west front In southern Serbia todav as far east, as the Pabount hills. In whleli Prlle's guardians are entrenched The town Is safe temporarily. A VIENA (via Ilorlln nnd Bayvllto wire less), Nov, B. Continued Italian attacks on -the bridgehead nt fjorltz and re newed assaults on the same front on Podgora and Zngoro heights and Monte Son .Mlchelo have all been repulsed by tho Attstrlans, the wnr oftlca announced today. German Submarine Is Interned by Holland TE HAUUE, Ncthtrlands, Nov. & A Qcramn submnrlne In distress, said to bo tho U-S. was towed Into Terschel- llng, a Dutch Island In the North sea. by a Dutch lifeboat off Noordergroud this morning. Tho undersea boat Is being closely guarded. Aeroplanes Attack British Steamship MNDON, Nov. 6. Tho Cork steamer Avocet, which has arrived at Manches ter, tells of a thlrty-tlve-mlnute en gagement with three hostile aeroplanes on the morning of October .R One of the aeroplanes was a largo battle plane, which dropped thirty-six bomD, some of which mlsseil tho steamer by not mora man seven net. Thousand Boy Scouts To March in Parade As a preliminary to the campaign to raise $30,000 with which to flnanco tho Hoy Scout movement In Washington for threo years, a parade. In which IO) "llttlo troopers" will participate, will take place November. 20. Tho parade will tako the form of a demonstration of the strength, equip ment, personnel, and fitness of the Hoy Scouts of Washington Headed by their drum nnd life corps, tho scouts wilt march from the Peace Monument to tho Treasury Department, up Fifteenth street to F. east on V to Seventh, south on Seventh to .Pennsylvania avenue, nnd back to the I'eaco Monument, where the procession will disband. The Parade will start at 3 o'clock, and the demonstration Is expected to last two hours. Greece Pushes Work on Military Railroad PARIS. Nov. 5. Work on the rail road being built from Lnrlsso to Sa- Italy Signs Pact Not to Make Separate Peace HOME. Nov. J Italy adhered to tho agreement signed by the. allien at I.on don on September 5, 1515. not to make n separate penc. aiys the Mp-aeagero. Japan became a party to the agree ment on October 19. There has been no declaration of war against Herman by Italy. Jail Kovno Commander For Surrender of Fort MOSCOW. Nov. 5-leneral Orlforlef. commonder of the Kovno fortress, was court-martialed and sentenced to nr- tecn ears' Imprisonment tor surren dering the fortress to the (lerman armies, although there was sufficient suppl) of ammunition and provisions lo Issl a cnnsirternwe tune. Pennsylvania Society to Hold Meeting Tomorrow The Tvnnsjlvanla Society of "Wash ington meets tomorrow evening in Per petual riulldtng Hall. A W cummins Is chairman of tho entertnlnment com mittee President Samul It. Btratton Invites Pennsjlvanlans to Join the society Retail Merchants to Entertain Laundry Men The laundry men's section of the He tall Merchants' Association Is prepar ing to entertain the annual convention of the Maryland and District l.iundry iren's Association, which will convene. at the New Ebbltt Hotel November 19 for a two-day session. K. P. Wilcox, of the. Elite Laundry Company, Is president. The other offi cers are L. W. Cooper, of Ualttmore, vice president; D. E. Downln. of iiageratown, secretary: and J. F. E man, of Cumberland, Md treasurer. The address of welcome will be mndo by Charles F. Nesblt, Superintendent or insurance or tho District. Ship Loads of Oysters Guests at Elks' Club Lew Dockstader, the Oayety Theater comedians, and a couple of ship loads of oysters were'the guests of honor of the Washington I.odgn of Elks last night. There were SOO Elks and guests assembled In tho ilnb housn In 11 street when the cook annoumed from regions below that tho oysters were properly roasted. There were oysters of every size and kind, and the guests Hnd mem brs of tho lodgo were kept busy put ting them away. The entertainment was provided bv Mr. Dockstader, loyal Elk; Peter Smith, Solomon Oreenburg, and "Pop" Douchel. The affair was managed by a commltteo of which Charles V. Meyers was the head, and Included c. O. Gardner, II. F. Peter, nnd C. 11. Her mann. Another oyster roast Is to be given by the lodgo November 1 for tha benefit of the ladles, and on Thanksgiving eve a dance will he given. At the roast on November 18 Gus Hrsh ler will be In charge of the waiters, and W. E. Mark will be assistant Door man ager of the dance. Claudius H. M. Roberts Named Captain at M. I. T. - BOSTON. Nov. R.-Claudlus II. M. Roberts, son of Trank R. Roberts, of the Cordova apartments, has been ap pointed captain of Company r. Second Hattallon, In the regiment of th Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Military Instruction. Including drill, la hero required of freshmen In accordance with the laws of the United States gov erning "Innd grant" colleges, and Major E. T. Cole, V. 8. A., has been detailed for such Instruction. Saved Her Life Tke unquallfleri endomement of Frulfota and Ttsjxo In a rerent letter from Mm. . Rrlndle, nil IK Mignonette St Pittsburgh. Pa., Trill be of Intereat to other aufferers from atomach and Intestinal trou bles. Mrs. Carlndte aasi "The doctors had given me up. saying the only hope left was an operation. I tried Frultola and passed hundreds of gall-stones with the first two bottles. Am now feeling better than I have for years past. I will be clad to tell any sufferer how It has helped me, for I owe my life to It." I'rnltola possesses properties that art directly apon'thp Intestin al parts, softening the congested waste and disintegrating the har dened particles that eause ao much Buffering-, and expels the aerura latlon to the great relief of the patient. '1 raso Is n tonlr-altera-llir that acta on the liter and kidneys, stimulates the florr of gas tric Jnlrrs. to aid digestion and remove bile from the general cir culation. It sertes to build up the weakened, run-dona fOatem For the convenience, of the iiulillc, arrangements hare been made to aupply Frultola and Traxo thronarh representative druffaiata. In Washington they can be obtained at O'Donnell'a, not F ft. .V W. Rotary Club to Give Banquet This Evening The quarterly dinner of the Itotsry Club will he held this evening at the New Wlllard George W I la iris, the president, w III preside and will put to each of the pti member a question to be answered within three minutes. The natuie ot tho questions has not been disclosed Other featutes of entcitalnmcnt will be contributed by talent from Keith s Theater. November 1.'. Frank II. Edmonds will address the club, and William J. Mc Nally will be the speaker at the luncheon on November 21! Returns Wedding License; Persuaded to Wait Year 1 With tho explanation that their par ents persuaded them lo wait another year, Harry 1.. Hest. twenty-one cais old, has returned lor cancellation a marriage license he procured Wednes day to marry Miss Lillian A Stein, aged twenty. The Itev Samuel T Nlcholie was to have performed the ceremouv. - After "Tank Station." NOni.r.SVILI.i:. Ind , Vol '. -The "wets" tried to make a "tank station" out of Nnhlesvllle todnv There is nn "wet" town between Indianapolis and Lnganspnrt, seveutv-slx miles, and to break this drpiKht Noblcsvllle was chot.cn as the most likely prnspeit. Noblcsvllle went "dr ' two ears ago by n majority of ten Ashamed of her bad complexion If you, too, are embarrassed by a pimply, blotchy, unsightlycomplex ion, nine chances out oi ten Resinol Soap will clear it Just try Resinol Soap (or a wee and see if it does not make ablessed difference in your skin. It also helps to make red, rough hands and arms soft and while. Is neft er .rubborn ci.e. KetinM Swip Hould b ild.H bra little Reilnel Omtm.nt. U.th are lM by ill Drutrm. For IrUI fict, writs to Depu 1-P, Kiunsl, Biluneit, fd. We're Giving All Former Selling Records a Smashing Blow With This Sensational Sale of KUPPENHEIMER iBgSociety &ran6 Suits and Overcoats at Values "20, '26, '27.50 and '30 You can't afford to miss these substantial cash savings on high-grade clothing of world- wide fame. Men's $18 Suit 01(1 nniMens$22Suit 019 Rf1 QIUiUUorOcoat, spiciii tpiL-UU or O'coat, sptciai Men's Furnishings $1.00 Bath Robes $2.39 $3.50 Fancy Vests $1.98 $5.00 Fancy Vests. $2.09 $1.00 White Full Dress -Vests. $2.50 $2.50 Full Dress Mufflers 98c $2.00 Cape Kid Gloves 85c $1.50 Kibbed Union Suit 79c $1.50 Wool Underwear 98c 25c Taris Garters 14c 50c Silk Hose 23c 10c Handkcichiefs 4c $2.50 Wool Sweaters $1.35 $5.00 AII-Wool Sweaters $2.69 Men's $4.00 M QQ Trousers llOv Men's $5.00 tjO AR Trousers yfti T1 w Men's $6.00 AQ AQ Trousers $01 0 Men's $7.50 &A IC Trousers nra 1 5L $75 FUR LINED OVERCOATS Handjome Marmut Lining and Persian Lamb Collar $35 $100 FUR LINED OVERCOATS Warm Muskrat Lined and Gen uine Persian Lamb Collar $60 FRIEDLANDERBR0S.,4289tKst.N.w, anaa ---t.a& atttal-ttMgiaHtsMl? Smmmmwmakl :'j -:aWlRfflVraBKll8sMtT!r5- ft .fjsssaf iMffiSsaffl iMmmwM m nWm&fflUi m ipfl- If If Ammm (i m I f F mfmBi 5 TO sVI UX 9 L II Ii M-WI TJMt ma AtJ aaaaa IMHMMMMH - &- f! M r