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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 28.' 1915.
S! '! COndltlfin trt Arwrofji Ikn ittft anil. 1aalA ti .....-... .. .L. market toward home. i ' I experienced no difficulty In oper ntlns tlio truck. At Drumniond lev .tBl peraoim icot off a car which wan I iu m Riieaa or mu roIhk up the road, lowed down when tho car Btoppod. Three pereonn hurried uitobs the road i Uvl a fourth one utarteil ncromt but , HUpped buck. I thoujfht he would . htm ine roaa in inn nirecuun in ; which he was Kolnir, but ho backed Mill the path of my truck. 1 worked the' wheel of my stearina near as fait and hard as I could and even "went over the tracks and ties to keep frrtm hlttlntr lil. but failed. I i thought the man was merely knocked down and not badly hurt nnd con tltvied on my thlrty-nillo Journey Into , thl) country. I reached home about il ( (olock Wednesday iilKht, I did not iniQK me man was seriously uuri, otherwise I would havo stopped and taken him to a hospital." Owns Large Fatm. Soper Is married and hss three chil dren. He owns a larso farm at (""larks burt, and has been engaged 1 1 the huckster business for u number of years. Attorney Oarrett said airs, aoper r waa nt-natrat4.il hv tliA tirra.t of hot' husband on so serious a cliirgo. Sheriff Whalcn Informed Loo 1). Lati mer, brother of the vlitlin of the triw ody, Iinmidlati'ly after the arrival of Iho offlcois and their prlnoner nt tho IScckvlllo Jail at 3 o'clock thli nioinln. Major Pullman was alro rommunlcatcJ with and thanked for tho assistance his men. particularly Uiutvnont Ulles and Detectives ArmstronB and Embrey, of the Central Office, had Rlrn tho county authorities in their search for the truck driver. Boner's case probably will ko consid ered by the December Brand Jurv. Uond insy bo Hid this week and the man released pending trial. DRINKS POISON; RUNS FIVE SQUARES; FALLS Man Is Pursued By His Sister, Who Had Seen Him Empty Bottle. ! PHILADELPHIA. Nov. IS Pursued by his frantic sister, who had Been '. him swallow tho contents of a bottle I of poison in her homo early today, William Oalt. need forty-elRht, rtn ; for llvo squares beforo he fell un 1 conscious. Ho was taken to the Epln : copal Hospital, where phjslclans say ; ha will die. . . , ! r.alt uont tn the hmoo of his sister. ! Mrs. Martha TomllnKsun, shortly after " mldnlRht. Ho said he had trouble nt J home and drank tho poison nerore ner, - tie then rusneu iriini inw uuuur. ; Screaming for aid, the woman fol- ! lowed. Policeman Hjlinm Joined in " the chaso nnd reached Gait as tho : latter fell. ! Held as Insane After Disturbance in Church Suffering from tho hallucination that his fellow worshipers In St. Augustine's Church intended "JumplnR on him" while he was kneeling In praer. Stan ton Bo-.lc, colored, interrupted this morning's services by loud talking. Also be flourished an open knife He was arrested by Policemen Wilson and Rlvcn-omli and taken to the Third precinct station. -hiTo ii chnrKo of In sanity was lodWfd ugalnst him. After his arrest Bowie beenmo calm and tnlk ed rationally to the policemen. Tho policemen say ho told them that he was n ex-sotdlcr. and th it he had been twice confined in tit. i.nznuein Asyium. Princeton 79 to Become Guests of President President Wilson will entertain his fellow classmates in the Princeton class of 18T9 at dinner at the White Houso on Tuesday nluht, to make up for his Inability to attend this ear's class din ner. Justlcu Mahlon Pitney, of the United Stutcs Supremo Court, and Cleveland DoiIko aro nmons the mem bers of the class who will nttend. Bishop Harding Holds Confirmation Services Bishop Harding of tho Episcopal dio cese of Washington ofllciated at this morning's service In All 1'alth Church at Mcchanlcsvllle, Md. Bishop Harding delivered tho sormon and gave con firmation to a number of candidates. At noon the bishop ot delated at a con til matlon service in William and Mar Church at Vulley L.oc, Md. THE WEATHER REPORT. District of Columbia Partly cloudy tonight and Monday; not much chnnge In temperatures, slight southerly winds. Marldnd Partly cloudy tonight and Monda) : not mmh chungo in tempera tures: sllizht southerlv winds. Virginia Parti) cloudy and some-' . V. n ..... n ah nl..l.. ,... ..4.... ... I ,llT.l OTMIlill-l IIJIIIHIII. iUUIIUUf lUll. moderate, variable winds New Jersey Partly cloudy tonight and Monday; not much Imnge In tem peratures; slight southerly winds be (omlng westerl. Delaware Partly cloudy tonight and Monday; not much change In tempera tures. TEMPCUATUnr.S. U. S BUREAU AFFLECK'S ft a. m 31 s a 43 J a. in "J l'J a. m 4 11 a. m -H 12 noon C2 3 a. m 47 10 a. m 40 11 a m 49 12 noon f.S 1 P. m 5l lpm CO -,.. . ..... T,DU TAHLR High tlde-12 13 u. m nnd 1 20 p m. Low tide 7.37 a. m. nnd S.02 m. SUN TAI1LE Bun rose at n-SJ I Sun sets at.. 4,40 Light automobile lumps nt 5 18 p. m. FREE HELPS for Poultrymen Helping poultrymen has been our bjsl nesa for 44 jears Wo will gladly serve you, too. Tho experts connected with the Pratt Experiment Station will give you dependable ndvlco on all poultry matters free of charge. Thy will tell ou how best to houee, fted and manage poultry for profit Hon io na rli nnd rear chicks. How to avoid and trim peultry dlicairs. Write thein jour prolilimK they will Kim jou I'CRMUN'AI. AUVICU rnicu Ak for free potilfry fcooln, 42S I'onltry Service Department, ritATT Fnnn CO.. Philadelphia. Xander': Virginia Ports World Best HealthWines 909 7th Phone Vlnln '.71 FORD HAS SHIP, BUT NO SAILING DAIE Destination Still Is Nebulous, Also Sailing Date and Eas senger List. IN'I.W YOP.K. Nov. 28 -With Henry Ford, Jitney King, on his way to De troit, Louis P. Forchnor, secretary of the Peaco Society, gao forth auch In formation as thcro Is as to the "peace ship." Hut thnt Is tho least of his anx iety. Tho automobile maker will call a strike In tho trendies by wireless. The strike is set for Christmas Day and will affect tho millions of fighting men all over Europe. The ship Is due to sail "somewhero toward France" sometlmo soon. Tho sailing dato and the exact -destination nro still rather nebulous. After leaving Washington, In Balti more, he saw Cardinal dlbbons, who would not commit himself to a con crete Indorsement. In Philadelphia he saw John W'ana maker, who asked that Louis 1'. Loch nor, Mr. Ford's associate, come back Monday and tell him more about the project. In New York ho got an acceptance of his offer to buy all tho first and second cabin occommodatlons on tho Oscar II for tho eastward vojage on which she Is duo to sail ncct Saturday. When all these things had come to pass Mr. Ford left for Detroit, partly to find out whether Mrs. Ford would accompany him on tho expedition and partly to get his other affairs In shupo for un absenco that. It Is now admitted, may continue Indefinitely. Mr. Ford took with him aboard the Wolvcrlno, on which he departed homeward, a list of those who have accepted his mu tations to help "call tho men out of the trenches." Having but an hour be tween trains, Mr. Ford was unable to make known tho Identity of these promised, and Mr. I-ochncr, whom Mr. Ford left behind to talk for him, was as uncertain as ever how many or these persons there were. Mr. Loclmcr was uncertain, too, as to Just when the Oscar II would get away, and as to when she would arrive ut her arlous European destinations. Also there was made public the text of tho letter with which Mr. Ford followed, un his telegrams of lnvijatlqn to u. list of persons that remains as much of n. secret as the list of those who hac accepted. The letter says, in part: "From the moment I rcallied that the world situation demands Immediate nc-, tlon. If we do not want the war to spcrad any further, I .IcJued those In ternational forces which are working toward ending this unparalleled catas trophe, lhis I recognlicd as my hu man duty. "There Is full eldence that tho car nage, which has already cost 10,000.000 of lives, can ;inil Is expected to bo stopped through the agency of a mndlat Ing conference of the six disinterested European nations Holland. Denmark. Sweden. Norway. Switzerland, and Spain and the United btatcs. ' Universal Peace Desire. "Enoys to thirteen belligerent and neutral European governments have ascertained In forty lilts that there Is a unUersal peace desire This peace de ntrn for the sake of dlDlomatlc eti quette, never can be expressed openlv or publicly until one side or tho other Is definitely defeated or until both sides ur, Atittrnlv oYh.illi.tt" ,! Tor lifiien months the people of the world havo waited for "tho gov ernments to act, have waited for governments to lead Europe out of Its unspeakable agony and suffering. and to nrevent Europe' entire destruction As Kuropean neutral governments are unable to act without the co-opcratlon of our Government, nnd as our Oo' ernment, for unknown reasons, has not offered this cooperation, no fur ther time can bo wasted In waltins for Government action "In order that their sacrifice may not have been in vain, humanity owes it to the millions of men led like cat tle to the slaughter house that a su preme effort be made to stop this wicked wasto of life "Tho people of th ebeUlgere.it coun tries did not want the war. The peo pie did not make it. The peoplo want peace. It is their human right to gee a chance to make it. The world looks to us, to America, to lead In Ideals, The greatest mission ever before a nation Is ours "Men nnd women of our country, representing nil IIh Ideals and all Its activities, will start from New York December 4, aboard the Scandlnavlan Amerlcnn steamship Oscar II. The peace ship tnat carries tho American delegation will proceed to Chrlstlunn, where Norway i valiant tons and daughters will loin the crusade In Stockholm tho ship's company will be delegation will proceed n Iiaca KTnl.1l n ..'a ...all MM WHITE PALACE HEg 1417 G St. N.W. 314 9th St. N.W. 1113 Penna. Ave. N. W. THREE PALATIAL, SANITARY RESTAURANTS TODAY (Sunday) Complete Plump and Tender Stuffed Turkey, Delicious Cran berry Sauce, Crisp Celery, Mashed Potatoes, Tooth some Plum Pudding, a For re-enforced by the choicest of Sweden s democracy. The crusndo will then go to Copenhagen, vhero further harbin gers of peace will bo foregathered. Copenhagen Final Port. "Theso various groups will add such momentum to tho crusndo that when tho pilgrims reach Iho Hague, with Its achievements of International Justlco and com!t, tho moral power of tho peace movement will be Irresistible. In Tho Hague wn hope to meet delegations from Switzerland and from Spam. "From all these di legations will bo selected a small deliberative body, whlrh shall sit in ono of tho neutral capitals. Here It will be lolned bv a limited num ber of authorities of International promt- nenen from oncii belligerent country. This International conference will frame terms of peaco based on Justice for nil, regardless of the military situation. ' This International conforenco will be an agency for contlnuuos media tion It will berdedlcntedp to the stop page of this hideous international carnage, and further dedicated to the prevention of future wars nnd to tho nbnlltoln of competitive armaments. "In case of a uovcrnmentnl call for an official neutrnl conference before the peaco ship departs from Now York or even reaches uropcan shores, our imrty win continue on its mission re oclloir that the official uratherlnir han materialized. We will thon place our united strength solidly behind those Intrusted by tho governments to carry on tho pence negotiations. "in rne ungue mo memoers oi ma pence nllgrlmago will dissolve. Ac commodation will be provided for each one back to his home. It in im possible to determine the exact length of time tho pilgrimage will take. Six weeks, however, should be allowed." CHURCHES OBSERVE T Occasion Marked With Special Services in Catholic, Episco pal, and Lutheran Churches. The season of advent, a month de voted to preparation for the annlverjtrv of the birth of Christ, begnn today with special ceremonies In Catholic. Episco pal, and Lutheran churches The day also marked the beginning of the ecclesi astical year. Parishioners In Catholic churches were Informed of certain restrictions placed on them during the season of fasting and nbstlnence, and all were ex horted to perform somo special devotion of sacrifice during the month. bpeclal services arc announced In nu merous churches Including a se-,cs cf ndvent sermons by the Itev Ur John M. Cooper, nt tho Chanel of CI Thomas I the Apost-'e. preaching services In the Church of the Ascension nnd In ht. .Vlnvnlii' fhtlrsitt ah.,, Inmnrrnu nluli, a novena begins' to continue until thftlPollce station, icaei oi me immaculate conception 1 Turks to Defend Posts Of Bulgars Against Landing of Russians ATHENS. Nov :-TurHli troops are to defend the Ilulgarlan Illack Sea coast against a Itumlan landing. Ottoman transports are reported on their way tonight from Constantinople to Virna. with strong forces of the Sul tan's soldiers. Escorting them aro threij submarines and the cruisers Goeben and llrezliu. once of the Kaiser's navy but now Turkish. Varna and Ilurgas are the onlv Bulgnr ports accesilble to the Russians. The Journey from Constantinople could bo made by rail, but the loute Is roundaliout. Ily sea the voyaKe Is about 1J) miles. Oreat quintltlcs of German arms have now been delivered In Constintlnople A laige part of the l.ftio.Ono men the Sultan has been unable to equip probab'y are serv Iceable at present. Italians Capture Monte Nero Zone, the Key to Capture of Goritz HOME. Nov. M. Conquest by the Ital ians of tho whole Monte Nero zone, the kev to Tolmlnn, was announced In of ficial reports tonight. Monte Nero Itself was taken some time ago, but the adjoining peaks were still held by the Austrians. The posi tion is twelve miles above Goritz and Its possession by tho Italians opens tho way to an encircling movement which nrmv experts declare must mean Gar Itz'a early surrender. Incessant lighting nnd steady Italian gains about Goritz nro reported 'Our bombardment hns deslioyed tn barled wire network covirlng tho east ern zone." savs the official statement, i "and wo have taken thirty prisoners." There's A Treat Coming To You TODAY If You Eat Your DINNER Turkey Dinner Bread and Butter, Coffee, Tea ..... . reasi ru rv A.' -? a King! NEW CHINESE ENVOY HAMLINE CHURCH ' REACHES NEW YORK BEGINS JUBILEE Or. Koo Silent on Possible Mon archy at Home Comes to Washington .Tomorrow. NEW YOIIK, Nov. M.-FlylnK at her mainmast the Hag of the Chinese re public, tho New York, of the American line, reached port this morning. On board wns the newly appointed Chinese minister to tho United States, Ur, D. V. K. Wellington Koo, radu nto of Columbia, nnd tho younirest min ister ever sent to Washington. As the New York steamed up the harbor the flag attracted much atten tion. It consists of llvo horizontal trips of black, white, blue, orange, and yellow. Dr. Koo was Accompanied by his wife and secretary, Ur. Wen Pin Wei, who will become first secretary of the legation. Af the pier. Dr. Coo was met ty Young Kwal, counselor of the legation, and by Frank S. fierce. United States Inspector, who irave him and his party the freedom or tho port. The new minister said ho had herd no discussion of the possible return to monarchical government In China, and also that he had no Idea his country would participate In tho Kuropean war. He laid stress on tho wonderful op portunities for Increased commerce be twMn thn TTnlted Htafea and China, and spoke with Interest of the , proposed i steamship lines between tne two coun tries. "The nppolnlment as tnlnlste- to tho Fnltcd States." he said, "came to mo as tho highest honor my country could confer on me. I received my education In the United 8tats. was graduated from Columbia In 19W. and took my de gree In ISIS. New York and America seem like a second home to mo, and whatever I may bo able to do to strengthen tho bonds of friendship be twe"n tho two countries will give me lm fitfrhoat frntlflratlnn " Dr. Koo will go to Washington morrow . to- Bed From Shop Window A Haven in Rough Sea NEW TOUK. Nov. M Made weary bv carrvlmr heavy cargoes of liquor about town. Hugh Mcrhllllps and Charles Steel forced the door of Sam Kchlossmsn's furniture store, dragged a bed from the show window to the street and after removing their shoes went to sleep They woke up this morning In a "77" Humphreys' Seventy-seven For Grip, Influenza , COLDS That Homeopathy requires faith to be of benefit is disproven by the people of alt beliefs being constant users of "Seventy-seven." To get the best results, take "Seventy-seven" at the first feel-, ing of a Cold lassitude. If you wait until you begin to cough and sneeze, it may take longer. A small vial of pleasant pellets, fits the vest pocket. :So and ttos st all drucrtsts or millM Illltnphros' Ilsinra. MtOlclna Co. l'l William Hlrttt. New York. SIGNET RINGS Alrrajs are In favor. We have man) stiles for on in choose from at $5 Inclutllne monoKi-nm. R. HARRIS & CO., Tin: ji:ui-i,r.it. SIIVIINTII tM) D HTIUSKTS or Milk. -X al"t Celebration of the semt-cvblcnnlal of Ilamllno -Methodist Episcopal Church began this morning at a special tervlco which attracted one of the greatest throngs that ever packed Itself In tho present big edifice, that rew from a little frame structure erected at Ninth and P (trcts. nearly fifty years ago. Tho Hev. J. M. M. Gray, who was pastor of Hamtlne Church from 1010 to 1913. and who la now tho pastor of tho Gmnd Avcnuo M, E. Church of Kansas City, Mo , preached. Ho touched upon the Inceptlen and growth of Ilamllne Church, and hla hopes mor tho future. Tho llcv. A. K, Mobray, dean df the Lucy Webb Haves National Training School, led In prayer. a secona service win bo held this evenlnr at X o'clock. The prayer will bo by the Itev. Dr. Benjamin S. liny wood, field secretary of Sibley Memorial Hospital, and tho Rev. Mr. Gray will preach the sermon. A special musical program will be given by Iho Ilamllno Choral Society, under the direction of II. II. Freeman. Special service wilt be conducted throughout the week. PROMPT. EFFICIENT SERVICE. November 28 Purchases Delivered 1 ' "'wWmMt-m No Finer Clothing at Any Price The suits that come from our manufacturers, marked to sell for $30 and $35, represent the highest type that has ever been produced in hand-tailored, ready-to-wear garments. The style, the materials, and the workmanship are the best that money can buy. If there was anything better being made today we'd have it no matter what the price. At present, we have in stock a very large number of these highest grade suits, including the latest two-button, double-breasted model which can be found in but very few, if any, other shops. We shall offer a bargain price until a part of this stock is sold For a Few Days, Your Unrestricted Choice at $1 9-2 We are putting these suits up to dressers who are in the habit of paying not less than $30 to $35 those who wish the best and know superior quality when they see it. There are models fo r the young men and models for older men . There are striking, exclusive patterns, and many that are just as stylish while more con servative. They arc wonderful values for $19.75! BBADY SAYS DECENT DRAMA DOESN'T PAY Movies Not to Blame for The atrical Conditions, Producer Declares. NEW YOnif, Nov. 28 -The princi pal trouble with the theater today and -specially the drama la not the "movies' or commercialism, or any one of a dozen other reasons which might be given," declared William A. Brady, vh spoke before tho Woman's Press Club at the Waldorf-Astoria, "but Is with the public. The public will not patron ize the best. It does not pay to be decent. I know what I am talking about. The only producers getting rich today aro those who trade In Indecency, and the nubile Is to blame for It. "Tho general theory Is that the mov ing pictures are to blame for the pres ent condition of the drama, but that Is not the real cause. The moving pic 13i9l$21 F Street STORE NEWS. Free to Any Part of the United tures would be a kindergarten to tho regular drama, provided the regular drama had something to offer peopln after they were educated up to It, If the theater today were kept as clean, as vigorous, and progressive and showed as much effort as tho moving pictures It would not be In tho stato In which It now finds Itself. The trouble Is that you do not en courage the drama. The acting profes sion I frequently slurred and the ac tors looked down on, while In other countries he Is most respected. Today Sir Herbert Tree, the English actor. Is to be Introduced to the President, You don't take your American actors seri ously, whtlo In England they are knighted. "It Is a curse to the theater that New York It the court of first appeal. Julia Marlowe, the finest actress of the Enjt lh speaking world, haa to retire be. cause she cannot play more than two weeks In New York, and her health will not permit of any more one night stands." The one form of the drama that America excels In, Mr. Ilrady said. Is the musical comedy. If that Is anything to be proud of. Miss Alice U. Ives spoke on "Women Managers." A reception followed. Guded Flowers Aro Preferred for weddings, receptions, and all other social functions. Estimate given. 1214 T. Advt. VIBIT OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT. 1319-1321 F St. States by Parcel Post. ij