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THE WASHINGTON TlJlES, SUNDAY, MARCH 26. 1916.
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JUSTICE JIHJIB
Applause Sweeps Republican
Side of House When Jurist's
Name Is Mentioned.
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Congressman fllmon D. Fess. an Ohio
Republican, occupies the position today
of having Inadvertency "nominated"
Associate Justice Charles E. Kughea as
the Republican standard bearer.
The peculiar thing about It Is that
Mr. Fess Is a supporter of former Sena
tor Theodore E. Burton for thn Repub
lican Presidential nomination.
While the Burton supporter stood non
plussed In the House late yesterday he
heard loud applauio grip- tho Repub
lican side of the chamber. It was the
first . opportunity House Republicans
had had to cheer the name of Hughes
Ad they sesed It.
Applause Sweeps G. 0. P. Side.
Mr. Fess mentioned tho name of
Justice Hughes during; the debate on
the Burnett Immigration bill. In reply
to a speech of Congressman George R.
O'Shaunessy. of Rhode Island. Mr. Fees,
formerly a college president, spoke of
the founding of Brown College, from
which came suqh educators and states
men as Horace Mann. E. Benjamin
Andrews, Charles is. Hughes, and oth
ers. As Mr. Fess reached the name of
Justice Hughes the applause suddenly
awept over the Republican side and the
Ohio member stood In rather embar
rassed fashion attempting to proceed.
Just at that moment the time of the
Ohloan expired. Hs asked for one min
ute additional, whtcn was allotted by
Mr. Burnett, In charge of the bill,
"Is Justice Hughes now placed In
nomination?" asked Congressman Gal
lagher of Illinois.
"I can say more about that If he gets
to be President," said Mr. Fobs. Again
the applause broke out.
Members Rush In.
It was the first time that tho name
of the associate Justice has been men
tioned In Houso debates since the move
ment began to make him the Presiden
tial nominee, and tho Republican ap
plause was so loud and persistent that
members rushed In from the cloak
rooms and corridors to ascertain the
clause of tho demonstration.
Mr. Fess supported the literacy test
provision of the Burnett bill, but when
he was yielded an additional minute of
time, Mr. Burnett facetiously remark
ed: "I am not yielding time to the gentle
man to make a Presidential nomina
tion." I "Then I withdraw the nomination."
Bald Mr. Fess. while tho Democrats
laughed.
POSTMASTER CRACKS
i SAFE TO PAY DEBTS
.Confesses After "Jimmy" Marks
Found on Inside of Door.
. WILKEBBARRE. l'n..' March :'.
John B. Bclblc, ibpostmastcr In charge
of ntatlon No. i has confessed to the
police that he cracked the safe In his
store room and stole WOO of the Cloveru
ment funds. He committed the crime,
he says, to get funds to meet his debts.
Belbla's bungling led to his unfit. l)e
tectlveft found that the door through
which entrance was supposed to have
Been gained by the burglars was "jim
mld" from the Insido.
When confronted with this fact BeiMe
broke down and conresscd. lie was
held under J2.000 ball In his own recognizance.
Lectures on Roman
And Moor in Andalusia
"With Roman and Moor In Andal
usia" was the subject of a lecture de
livered under the asplces of the Wash
ington Society of the Archeoloalcal In
stitute of America, last night by prof.
Charles Upson Clark, of Yale Univer
sity, who was recently appointed di
rector of the ScITool of Classical Studies
at the Amerlcnn Academy In Rome.
Dr. Charles T. Walcott, president of
the society, presided. The meeting wns
held at the residence of Mrs. Honry F.
Dlmock The lrcturo was Illustrated
with lantern slides.
He Flees War Service;
Dies On Arrival Here
BTJURLINQTON. N. J.. March M.
ton Maganlte fled from Italy a month
ago to escape war service.
On the voyage from Naples the vessel
en which he sailed was pursued and at
tacked by a torpedo boat, but es
caped. Maganltrr landed In New York a week
ago and came to Burlington. He con
tracted pneumonia, which caused his
death.
His widow and seven children In Italy
nTe yet to learn that In attempting to
save his life ho lost It.
Bishop Harding Confirms
Class at Chevy Chase
Bishop Harding confirmed r class or
twelvo children at AH Saints' Church.
Chevy Chase, at i: o'clock today, fol
lowing the tegular services conducted
by the Rev. J. W. Austin., pastor.
Tonight nt 8 o'clock tho mission will
be closed by the mlssloncr, the Rev.
Lewis H. Levering.
Choice Sprint; Flowers.
Fresh cut blossoms Beautiful blooming
plants. All home grown. Chi do, 1214 F.
-Advt.
LOCAL MENTION.
Today and tomorrow I, nut vhnnre
to see "Undlno;" daring, wonderful,
beautiful. Empress, 416 9th.
Sensational, Vlllii himself nt Va. to
day In "Villa and Border Ralderr."
Also Chaplin, "In the Park."
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"Undlnr," featuring doiena of dainty
diving darlings; see today nt Em
press Theater, 41fi 9th st.
Tho Sunday Oeninfc Times Gives
reliable advertlisrs a last minute uIk
With over forty thousand homes.
"Undine" Fasrlnatlngr film "Kh
bevy of diving girls, today and Mon
day Kmprcsr, 416 9th.
Phone Your Want Ad to The Tinea.
Main HSO
CLEANLINESS OUIl MOTTO
NEW PLAZA
LUNCH & CAFE
BEST SErtVIt'E -BEST FOOD
MIW IMIICKH
North Cupltol, Muss. AVr. and
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PrAprlelora
Poison Pen Assails
Miidletown's Men
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Letters to Women, Too, Warn
Them Against .Certain In- -dividuals.
NEW ORK. March M.-Polson pen
loiters have again Invaded tho home
of a number of prominent residents of
Mlddlotown, N. V.. and postofflce of
ficials and local detectives have taken
up tho task of running down the new
writer
Willi the arrest of Miss Theresa
Parallels- of Goshen last riectmbcr during
the previous poison r?n campaign the
police hoped activities In Oranse coun
ty had ceased. i
The recent letter, however, all bear
tho MfddletnWn postmark, but It IiW
outside the city. Homo of tho inrrtctnla
thtnk the letter are tho work of a
man nnd hftd their origin In Manhattan
or Brooklyn.
The nnmes of the recipients are
wlthhtld by the police, but It Is snld
the letters affoct, mainly men of Mid
dletown. Several young women to
said to hvo received letters Warning
thm.oatnt association with' certain
men.
Destroyer Monaghan
Rammed by the Roe
KEY WE8T, Fla., March M.-The det
stroyer Monaghan was rammed and
badly damaged by tho destroyer Roe
here.
The Monaghan was tied up at the
Government wharf with her stern prd
Jectlng out r the dock when the Roe
Attempted to make, a landing. The
Monaghan was damaged nbout forty
feet from the stern and below the water
line.
The Monaghan began to settle raon
after being struck and the pumps were
started. Then nil provisions end sup
plies wero landed and finally oil pump
ed out of the tanks to lighten her.
Through this prompt action the vessel
was kept afloat. No ono was hurt.
Cyclones Sweep Around
Town of Magnolia, Miss.
MAUNOMA, Mlsi, March 26.-A
cyclone passed flvo miles went or iter,
sweeping everything before It. Henry
llnycs and wife were hurt when their
residence was blown down, each sustain
ed brbKen limbs. Another cyclone struck
live miles east, unrooting the residence
of W. A. Phelps and overturning sev
eral buggies.
Billy SundayAide Speaks
Here Tomorrow Night
Miss Grace 8axe, director of 111 We
classes in the Billy Sunday campaign In
Baltlmorn, will speak it the first Con
gregitlonat Church at 8 o'clock tomor
row night.
Tho tit:le class which Mrs. Mary C.
Htevens Instructs on Sunday afternoons
at the Y. W, C. A., has charge of the
meeting.
The committee on arrangement is
composed of Miss Qrace Iee bean,
chairman, and Mlstes May Bllby and
Mary Knrrlck.
The class Is one of the association'
religious 'activities developed durng the
present season. It was organised In U
cemtar, arid now has thirty.one mem
ber enrolled.
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Now for a'final clearance of the remainder of this
season's stock! Every pair of shoes in our entire estab
lishment must make way. That is the reason for
these phenomenal bargains every man, woman and
child in Washington should be prompt to take ad
vantage of the opportunity to obtain dependable foot
wear at a small part of its real worth.
Final Clearance Prices on
Feminine Footwear
1 Nationally Famous
"MARY STUART" AND
"VARSITY" MAKE
Footwear
All $4.00 59 (X.
Values YwoUJ
All $5.00
Values
$2.95
In proof of these remarkable
values, you'll find the standard
selling prices stamped on the sole
of each shoe. In all sizes and
more than 30 styles from which to
choose.
DAINTY BRONZE
BOOTS
Our Own $7.00 Values,
$4.50
This popular and stylish model
comes in bronze kidskin with pearl
buttons. A full range of sizes and
widths.
Just 175 Pairs
LOW SHOES AND
PUMPS
Formerly Sold At $3.50,
$4.00, and $5.00, Special,
$1.45
Seldom is so great an oppor.
tunity offered to the women of
Washington. A large and compre
hensive assortment awaits your
choice.
THE MODISH
BELMONT PATTERN
LACE BOOTS,
Heretofore $7.00, Now
$5.50
This model comes in a pretty
shade of gray kidskin in the at
tractive 9-inch height. All sizes.
THE POPULAR GRAY
KIDSKIN BOOTS
Genuine $7.00 Value,
L85
An unusually good value in the
8-inch height, with pearl buttons.
In all sizes.
Attractive 9-Inch
SIDE-LACED BOOTS
Our $5.00, $6.00, and $7.00
Values,
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bMbtkT Jar JMjfm
$4.
$2.65
In Russia calf with cloth top,
gun metal calfskin with gray buck
top, midnight blue kidskin mid
bronze kidskin with faw;i cloth
top.
The Famous
"MARY STUART" MAKE
A $5.00 Value,
$1.45
Just a few pairs remain unsold
so be prompt! A tan lace boot
in neat shade of tan calfskin, cloth
top, diamond tip, and leather
Louis heels.
The Stylish 9-Inch
LACE BOOTS
An Actual $7.00 Value,
$5.50
The most recent style effect
old ivory with leather Louis heel
a most attractive model. All
sites.
A Genuine $6.00 Value
8-INCH HIGH-CUT
PATTERNS,
Very Special,
$3.45
Both button and laced models
with 2-inch leather Louis heels,
,,in midnight blue, battleship gray,
African brown and dull mat kid
skin. Just 197 Pairs
PUMPS and OXFORDS
Formerly $3.00, $3.50
And $4.00, Tomorrow,
$1.00
This is such an unusual value,
and the prise is so remarkably low
that the 107 pairs will not last
long. All sizes and styles.
Third Floor Bargain Table Offerings For Women
$3.50 and $4.00 '
High Shoes
$1.00
In black suede and tan nil
buck. Sizes, 1 to 5 widths,
A to D.
$3.50 to $5.00
High Shoes
$1.85
In patent coltskin and gun
metal calfskin, with gray ploth
tops. Button and laced styles.
$3.50 to $5.00
High Shoes
$1.95
A choice assortment, taken
from our regular stock. Not
all sizes in every style, but all
sizes in some styles.
Extraordinary Bargains in
MEN'S SHOES
From Our Recent $50,000 Purchase of Shoes Made to Our Order
At Radical. Reductions!
We placed our order months ago, obtaining price
concessions from the manufacturer which he could net
possibly duplicate or even approach at the present time.
Even if offered at their original prices they would repre
sent remarkable economies.
All $2.50 Values
All $3.00 Values
All $3.50 Values
All $4.00 'Values
All $4.50 Values
$2.15
$2.45
$2.95
$3.25
$3.45
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No difficulty about making a selection you find all sizes and
styles in this lot.
Nationally Known
SMITH-BRISCOE High Shoes
The fact that they're made by the manufacturers of the STEADFAST
brand Is a sufficient guarantee of their quality. Only the best materials used
by expert workmen in their making.
Made To Retail at $5.00
Special, $3.45
Parents Will Appreciate
This Sale of
BOYS' SHOES
$2.50 Values, Now $1.85
In the dressy English and hi-toe last. All sizes
form 1 to 5 ) i.
$2.00 Values, Now $1.65
A shoe (if which your boy will be proud. All
sizes from 1 to iy2.
Goodyear Welt High Shoes, $2.35.
Sewed, with good solid oak soles, and a fine
grade of gun metal calfskin. Sizes 1 to 5J4.
Great Price Re
ductions in
Infants'
Shoes
Infant' Hlih Shoe, with
soft Roles, In a vtrlad as
sortment of styles. Regu
larly 50c the pair. Q1
Choice Oil
Infants' High Shoes with
raft soles, and Carriage
Hooter In a choice selection
of styles. Sold regularly
at 7tc and $1.00. A(t
Special 4UC
Infants' Slippers, with
soft soles. Formerly sold
at 3tc a pair, but specially
reduced for Monday's bust
ness to this figure. lrn
Choice IOC
SHOE
STORE
7th
&
D
Streets
N.W.
Over Lincoln National Bank Entrance o D Street. Take Elevator Or Walk a Flight and Save a Dollar or More.
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