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WFf .- w- ? y TH3B WASmif&tOff TIMES W3DW1WUY, MARCH 5. lfcLCv1 Will is m m SINGLY URG CE ED American Association Would Make Plan .Compulsory for Wage Earners. . . Compulsory be1th insurance on earners bjr legislation, which is being cefltlderM by a number of Stale legis latures, is atrongtr favored by the American Association for Labor Legis lation. Ther association includes among Its of ficers President Wilson. Secretary of rOommefc' Redfleld', Louis t. Drandel. Idas Jam Addama; Mrs. Florence J, KarrJman. and the following Washing. -Ionian: Chafes V. Nell. Klherbert Stewart. Henry J. Harris, John A,. ISyan. Charles H. Verrlll. B. S. War 'xm, and WlWain B. Wilson. - Tha association, which Is working dill xenUy for legislation of this char 5aetr. particularly In New York. New Jersey, and Massachusetts, 'announces t favors the enactment of the law "because It U just. It Is successful, it Increases' general prosperity, provides needed, rejter, and diminishes Illness," Case, of Germany. A statement by the association con tains the following: "Compulsory workmen's Insurance' has raised the working classes in Germany In respect to health, economy, and standing In the community, and It Is clear that, with their aid only, Germany has maintain ed her position In the markets of, the world. And, furthermore, hundreds of thousands now fighting on. the field of battle for the fatherland may traco their health and capacity to the timely and proper treatment received with the aid of sickness Insurance." The foregoing was quoted from a bul letin of the American Chamber of Com merce In Berlin, written in December. The compulsory Insurance -of wage earners haa been In operation in Uer many for more than a generation. .'Or. Alice Hamilton, of the united Btntes Bureau of Labor Btatistlcs, is quoted in the statement to this e fleet: "The obligation of the employer to In sure will serve to call his attention to the cost of sickness, and will bo & strong Incentive to sanitary methods and precautions." Responsible for Poverty. Dr. Henry J. 'Harris, chief of docu ment division, Congressional Library, Is quoted as follows: "The burden of sick ness now borno entirely by the work lngman, it is estimated, is responsible for one-third of the poverty in this country." The association's statement contains a number of other strong economic and humanitarian arguments in favor of compulsory insurance. Among the ar- mwienta In favor of it it the statement that in -no country where the system haa been inaugurated haa it ever ocen repealed, but each year has witnessed further extensions. New Hampshire Society Hears Scientific Talk Interesting astronomical phenomena were described before the New Hamp shire Bqdety at the W. C. T. U. rooms last night by Dr. Charles Q. Abbott, of the Astro-Physical Observatory. Piano duets were played by Messrs. Keyssr and Whlttaker. Appropriate Floral Decorations and choice home-grown spring flow ers for all occasions. Qude, 1214 F at. -Advt. Concert Today f OnlMwtHd CMMrtlW 'Mm U. .& aMMMTaV " MMMtL M ftaRky KaHat 6' Vfe. JOHN 8. M. ZIMMBRMANN. XHrecter. March. "German Fidelity" Blankenberf Overture. "Peter Sehteoll" Von Webtc Entr'Acte- (a) "Arabian Serenade" Latigey A young Arab singing a sere- nade to his ladylove Is inter rupted by the sounds of Turk ish band in the distance. He re sumes; his adored one oeasion ally joins the song. The band passes the house. The sounds dlo away, and also the serenade ( In the evening nreexe. ' (b) "Modltatlon" Drumm Selection, "Ernanl" . Verdi Ohlneso TlecollocUons...Zlmmermann Valso Hesitation. "Annette" Baxter Blow Fox Trot, "Underneath the Stars" .......... i. Spencer Finale, "Sissy aiggtea'.....,.,4.lfcwe "The Star-Spangled Banner.' LOCAL MENTION. Oh, so funny. Charlie in Jitney Elopement V. today. Damaged Goods," with Richard Bennett and co-workers, rriday and Saturday. Empress Theater, 416 9th St. N, W. The Bandar Evening Times Gives reliable advertisers a last minute talk With over forty thoisand homes. Fresh Strawberries. Lincoln Cafe, 70 10th. 8L FatriokB Day favors, aOULD'3, S! 8th. Phone Your Want" Ad to The Times. Main E360l To Pay Official Visit to Henry W. Lawton Camp Oommander-in-Chlef I C. Dyer and the officers of his staff, together with department officers of the District of Columbia, will pay an official visit to Henry W. Lawton Camp, United Span ish War Veterans, tonight. The camp will meet in Perpetual Building Association hall. Eleventh and K streets. Chauffeur Ends Life With Illuminating Gas Edward H. Neltsey. a chauffeur, twenty-nine years old. formerly em ployed in Detroit, was found de4 in a rbs filled room at 915 Maryland avenue southwest late yesterday. Coroner Nevltt gave a certificate of suicide. On a table near the body was a .note which the coroner says requested that clippings concerning bis death be sent to certain friends. GIGANT1CTR0USER SALE GIVEN NEW IMPETUS More Than 3,000 Pairs Added to Friedlander Stock at 428 9th St. BILLY SUHOAY FLAYS BALTIMORE SHIRKERS Hints Hi May Have tp Quit Campaign T.her Unjm He Gits Help. ' BALTIMORE, March 16" Huskily proclaiming that, hi hoarseness was brought' about by his strenuous ef foits made because others would not do personal work. Billy Sunday flay- ea. and Jamoasiea uauimoreann ior ne.t ftretUn out to do "personal work" In his campaign how, ... He made this statement at his home, fnllnwtnr his aventaw sermon. In which he had scored clerKymrn and church workers for not "geiunsr into th game." and he hinted that It his hoarseness kept up he might have to quit. , . . "Baltimore ,in many respects is hav ing a campaign better than any I liiv. avar nnmluMaA." lift ilM "but you are hoi doing enough In personal got to help ma. "Hero I stand up and wear ray self out. and yoB'ra-Jtot doing-'what you should You've either Uo to help me or I'.ve got to Quit. I'm having to tv.irlr fiaMm at th aftnr-meotlnm than I do In preaching tho xermons.". Huskier Than-In JO Tears. To 'a visitor at his -home he com nfented upon the condition of his throat, saying "My voice la huskier here in Baltimore than It has been in all my twntv vam nt titwnrhlnff.' "Do Vou think It Is the cUnateT" he was aaKCd. "No." fie replied; "it's just because I'm tired, tired." The backwardness of Baltlmoreatvs In getlina out among the members ef the tabernacle congregations and urging others to hit the trail is giving Bunaay muh concern. in all other respects he takes occa sion time after time to comDllment the residents of this city upon the manner in wmen mey nave co-opcraea ip make the campaign a success; upon the slse of the throngs that have packed the huge building again and again, and Upon the tardial houritallty that all have extended to the aundsV party. us ma piatrorm witn me nunaaysi ear. farmer Oot, and Mrs. miHo Lee! WTHMonrmiiBTO. Kiifuiav imhimi ina ffer geverner's heni Atid expressed Ms plere at seetiif Mm. , J , "Vou mdst ceme to some m6re ineot imM," he.iavlted. Mr, Oolaworowib at ,tfcla meflient frit weant efneer of the jiolle deparlnetit, SHMA SHnrTl Uwwl 1tf-ft1nJln Klliai H. Miller, Both policemen had Just hit the tnUl-the teurth ami fifth m ili1 fampaign and 'rjflch was c overjoyeJi 'TS.?" wwr naa to wig aoout r. . "Billy Sunday is p happier than I am." he, said, after Mr. Ooldeborough had grcetrd him. , rix-altsK WeniW he as dmpciwible to erti- mimtsk as 4hsa sJeAvk assttA aW e... , . .v sua uir uiwirn us niswi in Wtj cjean. thegrak.s of sand on Ihe sea shore, or tlwcffireseekers aftsr a Pres idential election." lie urgod his hearers to 1st Ood guide ihelr feet, their hands, let Him control their speech, their thoughts. "What would Uncle 8am do with an army down on the Mexican border if ho couldn't control their feetT" he asked. :And yet you will not let Ood give the orders, op when If ,oa vnti Mwlll not obey them." in mm closing prayer ine evangelist gave thankg for '"staying the rain, as I asked You. so It would not natter down on the roof go make It hard for the audi enoe to hear ma." iKitx. Flos the UtMt equipment ax- , plains ue supnutuy of our I work, Kvery man In ear em- Iiley bss hs4 rears ef exper nee. Oor faeterr It Mulimd with Ue vry latest raachlnsrr, I - orncAu co Keawved te tO If. South. Mdf, Added Impetus has been given the record-breaking sale of trousers at Friedlander Bros!! 418 Ninth street northwest, by an additional purchase by that firm of 3,100 pairs, which have been added to the stock and are now being offered at the same sensational prices that have caused all Washington to wonder. The range of fabrics and shades is so varied that It is possible to match al most any odd coat, giving the wearer what is practically a new suit at a mere fraction of Us cost Every popu lar weave and pattern, every wanted size, and all the new and more con servative models are embraced In this vast assortment. Every man with an eye to thrift should purchase one or more pairs ef these thousers at these phenomenal prices, as Pay Day money could not possibly be expended to & greater ad vantage'. Tho entire stock has been di vided Into four different lots at four different prices, as follows: Trousers that sold up to 13.00, now I1.S5; trousers that sold up to li.60, now $2.35; trousers that sold up to tS.SO, now K.85; trousers that sold up to 17.00, now S3.35. Haste is necessary, as It Is a cer tainty that at these very special prices this stock cannot last long. Remember the name Friedlander Bros. and the address 118 Ninth street northwest Advt. (mseaai A Sensation in Pictures J I tA'XU.MUa.JUAJU raAfcrAzarvKi jrreseuaa agisting rue Allies Belasco Theatre sssnssswgJTSSP1" Cy? t ?T"'!lTiT,v "y aft " w?fcWiJ$'" t sssssflsssmWisflhP IsMEV v. :- " rWvtBmftU. imMm 'mm .M-ts" V$ Uh? i at, ,v :u v ..ICviSiXkUJuitAMrf. . vr.l TinicH, March 1 "They oro far beyond most of the war pictures that have bean veen here In the a'ctuul battle scenes that are photo graphed." Star, March 14 "Realistic charges, ni'tunl combats on land and in the air and other thrllllnr scenes in France. A particularly thvllltrig Hceno Is Riven of a fight In the air between a Zuppelln and a French piano." rout, March 14 ."The pictures tell the Inside stcry of the great war and actual buttle sconce between tjie French lluht nrmour sky planes and those high air fortresses the Zeppelin." Herald, March 14 "The greatest nnd mast darlnst picture ever taken l)v a photographer shown at Belasco Theater." Matinee Every Day and Sunday AL. 15o. 2, 3:30 and 8, 9:30 OltCH. 2So WEZZANINE BOX 50o HORNING !UU. Va. faeath enfl ef Hishway liridse). rr automoMle tram ttn mat D sts. nw. are - IWI'III'I Ull " " ' ; ' mi, Mil SSi -mm .iii.li ii ,. . --.---.--s . a.., ft .-. . ....... m . .-.-.. ...-.. - - - - mm, i-1 7 1 u nday : Vtti drew attention to the act when a special program mothers' day, would be roilewed at the tabernaoie. The evangelist preached -on "Personal Work" In the afternoon, and he flayed his congregation for not aiding him in this respect to a greater extent BUY COAL NOW! AT LOW PRICES Due to die threatened suspension of all work on 'April V in the an thracite mines, we advise 'our cus tomers and the public to buy coal noy. RJ.&M;C.GRACE 4thandFSts.N.E Phone Lincoln 233. EYESIGHT troubles peraa Bontlr corrected with classes prescribed by Dr. Baker, ear ophthalmologist. Free consultation and examination. Lenses are (Tound in oar own es tablishment at lowest cost, which may be paid 60 cents a week. Cattelbergfst93S Pa. Ave. lOe.fct GARDENS 15c 6 P.M. STAR MIRIAM NESIITT IN THE CAT'S PAW DATES WED. THUR. PLAY FOURTH EPISODE STRANGE CASE OF MARY PAGE I0c'6 ,:!!: STRAND 6 P.M. TO il 15c HAMILTON REVELLE WED. THUR. PRICE OF MALICE Southwick Shops, Inc. 14th and New York Avenue Lease and Fixtures For Sale Final Wind-Up Sale Now On! Everything. Must Go! Oar Entire Stock of High-Grade Mens Furnishings and Clothing From Our Boston Store 1$ Being Sold at Enormous Loss to Us! - . -- . Any Winter Overcoat d 7 In the House P No. 2-ROSE MELVILLE in "She Came, Saw, Com All Collars 9c $20 and $22 Suits $9.75 Boston Garters $10 Raincoat? $5.75 Southwick Shops, Inc. 14th and New York Ayenue Open 8:30 A. W. Close 5:30 P. M. Saturday Open Until 6;00 P. K. rfU iUjy 6Uuo. J itM"i"'i s) ! n....a.t.lsj. lsjnsja4"'"""""' Unrivaled Offer Tomorrow, Values to $29.75 in Women's and Misses' Spring Suits -nsm Choice at An extraordinary purchase from three big mak ers, Including a line of show room samples. Th& very latest style ideas of the season made from POPLINS, SERGES, GABARDINES, NOVELTY MIXTURES AND CHECKS. . Smart spring colorings, including the popular navy blue and black. Styles include chic belted and full flare effects, pocket models, fancy strappings and button trimmed styles; also the ever-in-demand plain tailored suits. ' l&90 JMS K.90 v up to $29.75- Of the samples there are only one of a kind in sample sizes, but in the entire lot there are all sizes. Grasp this opportunity to make a saving on your new spring suit. 0. Ill III HUH II CANDIES and FAVORS For St. Patrick Day Entertainments Green Reception Wafers, in a pretty tint that will cany out the color scheme of the favors and decorations. A qa pound 3J Green, Spiced Gum Drops, a pound ST. PATRICK Favors and green satin Candy Boxes, dif ferent styles and shapes, -at, choice ) W Kami's Clreet FJoor. 25c mmmw WrZi'' r J? fa 1 BsHsssssssssssssssssssssssfc. S Mi n llllllllllllllll Illllllllllllllllllllllll tfk Take Advanta&e of Tomorrow's Big Opportunity Inlaid Linoleums Regularly 98c Sq. Yd. Tomorrow's Price, immm 69c m SJ. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Including Laying of Same, Sq. Yd., Heavv weight, all perfect, hieh qual ity inlaid Linoleum, CUT FROMFULLt ROLLS, not remnants. You may select from, an excellent assortment of patterns, such' &s tile, mosaic, conventional and narauette. also a full line'of granite or mottled ef fects. A good color range to select from, such as green, buff, terra cotta, red, black, ecru, brown, tan, oak and blue. Karni'e-ThlnJ Vloor. 'il I'li'l iii. H I I I I I'liil I lilil lil-lil I ...n.fj llllll HI lllllllllllll lil IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IH ! l , KSft Artneedleworker LARGE SIZE ALL LINEN Hemstitched Stamped Towels Values fo 65c Q(C. I Choice Tomorrow Dy Pretty stamped designs for simole or elaborate j embroidery. . CHILDREN'S r.DI?COT?0 STAMPED JLXViJOOXJO Size$ 1. to 5 vears Choice Tomorrow made or good quality lawn in pretty new styles, ready for embroidery, in neat and pretty effects. .25" STAMPED GOWNS, made of good quality nainsook, stamped in pretty simple and elab- C AC orate effects. Special 3U Kaan's-Thlrd Floor. i lil I I !! I li'l.i.i Hill II Ii In! ill In ll.lllllll I !.! .i I I I SJ Entirely: New A Trlm-i ming for the Smart Tail ored Suit or Spring Day time Frock. Waxed Braid Trimming Has a soft pretty lus- ter, in black only. Fash ion demands plenty of it for the spring outfits. 1 inch to 3 inches wide. At 35c to 89c Yard Kann's-Street Floor. Let Ease and Comfort Join f . You As Walking Companions DR. SCHOLL'S Orthoep&dic Specialist , From New Yorfe Is Here and will advise you as to the appliances you need to relieve any foot trouble. i l l l I i i i i in I . I in nil iS To Keep Our Force Intact, Ready for the Opening Up I of the Heavy Summer Work, We Are Making This J Special Offer on Slip Covers Five-Piece Sets of Slip Covers, Made of "Linnecloth," if Ordered Tomorrow, A Set $6.95 "Linnecloth" very closely, imitates linen. It is 1 similar in weight, in exact linen patterns, such as woven stripes, and will wash and wear as well as ex-' pensive real Belgian linen. Covers are finished in rloin Crnnrti CAOtn nf itriftn tonn aAna nnA ftio itmrU If he discovers that your foot r"'" , . . w" ov"""' " " f- -s-. v irouble consists merely in the manship is guaranteed to be o.f the best. , fact that you have been wear- Leave your orders tomorrow. :- U ..,r.. c..l. P .hn. h Kann's-Tlilra Kloor. Il& liiv, niwug oijiu ui oiivv .. o, will advise you what kind you should wear. CONSULT HIM. NO CHARGE FOR CONSUL TATION and no obligation to purchase because he has given you advice. Kaun's Fourth Floor. -"a "SJssjasjassi MslasasBSssBsjBjsSSjsssm sBslJissss "THD BUSY1 OOKNEK" 3Kktm xjttB fc 8TH STAND PBNWX. AVE. V V ' n i -u . i. ..j.