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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1916.
ENTRIES ARE CLOSED
FOR MARCHERS IN
Republican Nominee Hughes Will
'Join Procession If in City
ALL UNITS ARE ORGANIZED
Two Thousand Women Will Take
Part St. Patrick's Parish
s --.Order Issued.
With, the announcement of the prob
able participation of Charles Evans
Hughes In the Flag Day parade, con
firmed at parade headquarters, the en
tries for the parado were closed at
noon today with a feeling on the part of
tho commltteo that the last bis entrant
made It unanimous. Tho statement Is
mado that Judge Ifughes will march It
he Is In tho city.
Tho announcement of tho .formal or
ganization of the parade units sot every
member of each unit hustllns to set
ready for tho big demonstration Wed
nesday. Tho heads ot each division
also were busy preparing their orders
Melvln C. Hazen. marshal, today Is
sued special orders to which the at
tention of unit and organization com
manders Is directed.
Announcement was made today that
B. W. Woodward will head the march
of Woodward & Lolhrop employes;
that members of the firm of S. Knnn
Sons & Company will head the line
of their employes and that D. J. Kauf
man will lead his employes. Employes
of the R. P. Andrews Paper Company
will march. Joseph Berherlch will
head the employes of the Itobert Ber
berlch's Sons store.
The working out of the headquarters
order, which wns the bluest Job of the
entlro parade, has made It possible for
each unit chief to announce his plans of
formation and time of nssembly.
The committee on law and order hat
been called to meet Chief of Police
Pullman In the red room of the Now
Wlllard this evening at 7:30 and receive
Instructions as tx, the work of the com
mittee on tho day of tho parade.
Other committees governing the vari
ous units meet this afternoon and to
night to make their final nrrancementa.
Tho announcements of theso units enme
pouring Into headquarters todav and
the indications are that the parado will
bo even liirscr than the committee in
charge originally estimated.
Two Thousand Women.
There will be 2.000 women In line repre
senting women's organizations. The
total of tho fair sex will probably
greatly exceed this number, as a num
ber of women will march with units in
which men and children will form s,
One of the large units of women, out
side the Ulrl Bcout and Preparedness
Cqmpdetachments, will be that repre1
sentlng the1 Women's' Relief Corps or
the O. A. R.
Two hundred womtn are to marcb
with this contingent, according to an
nouncements that have already been
received. It is regarded as possible
that there will bo more than that be-'
fore the entries are closed.
Department President Jennie T.
Thompson will bo In charge of the Re
lief Corps' representatives, she states
that the delegation would be consider
ably larger If It were not for the
fact that a large number of the mem
bers are women of advanced years who
would be unable to march the distance
reaulred. There will be many members
In automobiles, but aulte a number
also will walk.
St. Patrick's Parish.
At a meetlns In Carroll Hall last
night the members of St. Patrick's
parish discussed the plans for their
representation In the preparedness pa
rade. 'those taking part will be the children
of St. Joseph's and St. Vincent's Inrant
Asylums, the boys and girls from St.
Patrick's School, and representatives
from the League of the Uood Shep
herd and Sodality.
Tho men will assemble at 9 o'clock
in front of the church and the women
and girls in Carroll Hail, 'ine junior
band of sixty pieces from St. Mary's
Industrial School will take part In the
delegation which will be led by Mgr.
Russell and clergy of St. Mary's.
The marshals of the delegations are
Mrs. E. O. Mills, marshal or the ladles;
Dennis Conneli, boys' division, ana
Oliver J. Lo Beau, marshal of the girls,
The marshal of the entire representa
tion will be Richard J. Donnelly.
Capital council, Mo. 'ib, Jr. O. U. A.
M together with the seventeen other
councllo of the State body, will assem
ble at the Northeast Masonic Temple,
Eighth and F streets northeast, at S:iW
o'clock. Officers of the council will
form them In line, and they will marcb
In a body to the assembling place, Sec
,ond and B streets northwest. There
they will be assigned places in line .by
tho marshal of the division.
The order of parade will be the
marshal and aides, the band, clergy,
boys, girls, women, and men.
Everybody connected with the parish
will wear a green hat or green decora
tions In honor of St. Patrick. The unit
will loin the parade at Four-and-a-half
street and Pennsylvania avenue.
Members of tho Woodmen of the
World have been directed to assemble
at tho corner of First and Indian i ave
nue northwest ut 10 o'clock. Wednes
day, morning. Each member has been
directed to provide himself with a
small American ting and report to Non
tenant Colonel Wilshor.
The Anacostla Council. Junior Order
of United American Mechanics, nas
appointed a committee to prepare plans
for the nrcnarcdneds parade.
J. D. Simpson 1m In charge, and his
associate committeemen are T. M.
Harkncss. N. J. Thomas, J. 15. Frye.
and P. A. Smlthson. The committee
hopes to securo the attendance of a
majority of the 300 members of the
council In tho parade.
Dr. Lewis J, Battle, chairman of the
medlcar nld committee, has announced
that sixteen first-aid stations will be
established along the lino of march to
give aid to the pnraders and to spec
tators who are overcome. Two physl
clnnp will be In ohrre of nch station
The American Red Cross local brajich
Will provide three ambulances for a
There's Solid Comfort in a
Westinghouse Electric Fan.
CARROLL ELECTRIC CO.,
71 12th St. N.W.
LEADERS OF PARADE
I " - T
'Tho points designated for tho assembly means the points where
organizations or units are to form as such.
All bodies must reach the designated points in the official formation
in full ranks and at the time appointed.
Alt units or organizations must arrange to form as such at their
respective headquarters or at points removed from the points
indicated for assembly of organizations.
Units will be formed in columns according to time of arrival at
division assembly points.
All units or organizations must march to their positions from tho
north of Pennsylvania avenue.
MELVIN C. HAZEN, Marshal.
station at the Peace Monument; one
for a station at tho Monument Grounds ;
one for a station at Thlrteen-and-a-half
There will be two nurses in attend
ance with each ambulance. Physicians'
automobiles will be provided with dis
tinctive flags that admit them to the
IlDe of march, and each physician will
have an emergency kit and a first aid
The physicians have been asked to
meet In front of the War Department
on Pennsylvania avenue Wednesday
morning at 9 o'clock to receive.
The relief staUons on the Avenue will
be as follows:
Station 1 First street, south side of
Pennsylvania avenue. Dr. Oliver C. Cox
and Dr. Samuel E. Watklns.
Station 2 Second street, north side of
Pennsylvania Dr. M. H. Prosper!.
Station 3 Third street, south side of
Pennsylvania avenue. Dr. A. W. Valen
t'.ne. Station 4 Four and a half street,
north side of Pennsylvania avenuo, Dr.
Thomas Miller, Jr.
Station 5 Sixth street, south side of
Pennsylvania avenue. Dr. H. W. Mofflt.
Station Seventh street, north side of
Pennsylvania avenue, Drs. C. W. Bow
ker. and W. O. Wotmore.
Station 7 Eighth street, south side of
Pennsylvania avenue, Dr. Qeorge Hel
nccke. Dr. Walter Vansweringen.
Station 8 Ninth street, north side of
Pennsylvania avenue, Drs. Wade Atkin
son and W. A. Frankland.
Station 9 Tenth strcot. south side ot
Pennsylvania avenue, Drs. A. J. Hall
and O, U. Morris.
Stetlon 10-Eleventh street, north side
of Pennsylvania avenue. Dr. Lewis J.
Battle. ... ...
Station Il-Twclfth street, south side
of Pennsylvania avenue, Drs. F. H.
Machen and Paul Johnson.
Station VI- Thirteenth street, nortn
side of Pennsylvania avenue, Drs. Will
lam J. Thomas and T. C. Cooke.
Station 1J Fourteenth street, south
side of Pennsylvania avenue. Drs. E. M.
HasDrouck and George C. Clarke.
Station l If teenth street, north side
of Pennsylvania avenue, Drs. A. O. Car
rlco and A, W. Uoawcll.
Station 1& Fifteenth street and New
Sfork avenuo, Dr. J. Lawn xnompson.
Station 16-Beventh street, north side
of Pennsylvania avenue, Drs. L. M.
Hynson and J. F. Hilton.
Builders Plan Formation
For Preparedness Parade
The Builders' and Manufacturers'
Exchange will bold a special meetlns
thlB evening at 8 o'clock to. mako ar
rangements for their participation In
the prcioredness parade Wednesday. ,
At least 160 men from the -exchange,
nw expected to 'march and they have
arranged special features representing
Unclo Sam and "The flplrlt of '78."
There will also be a hollow square, in
tho center of which E. Hi S. Kmbrcy,
president of the exchange, will ride.
Each man firming the sides of the
square will carry a letter spelling the
words "Builders' Exchange.
Public Order Committee
To Meet This Evening
A meeting of the publlo order conv
mlttee for the preparedness parade
has been called by Major Pullman,
chairman of the committee, for 7:30
o'clock this evening at the New Wll
lard. PIans for patrolling the city during
the parade and to warn citizens to
leave their homes well guarded will
be formulated at the meeting.
Every effort is being taken by the
chief of police to guard against an
Influx of thieves Into the city for the
parade. Most of the police depart
ments of nearby cities are sending
men to aid the local authorities in
the prevention of thieving during
A dozen detectives from New Torlc,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, and other
nearby cities will be on duty during
the demonstration. Plain clothes men
will patrol the outlying precincts and
suburban districts In automobiles
while the parade is in progress, and
all residents and apartment house
managements will be advised to keep
a strict vigil on their premises dur
ing the day.
INDORSES FLAG DAY
PARADE FROM PULPIT
Rev. J. S. Montgomery in Sermon
The Preparedness Parade to be held
In Washington Wednesday was Indorsed
as the national expression of the present
need of the country In a sermon by the
Rev. James Shera Montgomery at Cal
vary Methodist Episcopal Church last
Dr. Montgomery's subject was the
"Disloyalty of the Pussy-footed." He
criticised pacificism and held tho ability
to flsht was tho best Insurance of peace.
The nation should prepare Itself
against Invasion by a foreign foe. Dr.
Montgomery said, on the same theory
that prompts the Individual to prepare
his soul against intrusion of alien
thought or wicked Influence.
Dr. Montgomery pleaded for Inculcat-
Feet and Limbs
are promptly relieved bv aonlylng Ab
sorblne. Jr., tho antiseptic liniment. It
Is soothing, healing, and Invigorating
puts vim and energy Into Jaded muscles.
One of tho manv enthusiastic users
writes; "I received the trial bottle of
Absorblne, Jr., all right and at that
time was unable to walk without a
cane. Just around tho house, I used It
freely and inside of two days could
walk without limning, something I had
not done In two months. I went to the
drup store and procured a 11.00 bottle,
and today can walk as good as ever.
I'll never be without It. I am recom
mending It to every ono I can. for I am
a living witness."
Absorblne. Jr.. should always be kept
at hand for emergencies.
At druggists, 11.00 and 12.00 a bottle or
tent postoald. Liberal trial bottle for
10c In stamns.
W. F. YOU NO. P. D. F.
448 Temple St., Springfield, Mass. Advt.
Ing Into the hearts of children the les
sons of patriotism that would Influcnco
their actions In later years. In this con
nection ho expressed gratification that
the children of tho schools will par
ticipate in tho preparedness parado on
Radio Workers Urged
To Attend Meeting
All radio amateurs and persona In
terested In wireless nro cordially In
vited to be nt the mooting of tho
radio amateurs of the city tonight,
Monday, June 12, 1916, for a final dis
cussion of to plans for the. prepared
ness parado entry.
The placo of meeting Is tho armory
of the Signal Corps of the District
National Ouard, First street and In
diana arenue northwest Just above
II street. The time 7-JC p. rn.
To Celebrate Flag Day
In Interior Department
Members of the Department of tha
Interior will celebrate Flag Day by
an entertainment In the court yard
of the Pension Building nt 8 o'clock
tomorrow evening. An extension pro
gram has been arranged, of which a
dramatization of tho Continental Con
gress will be a feature.
The arrangement committee Is com
posed of Hon. E. J. Ayers, chairman;
Mortimer Whitehead, vice chairman;
Phillip Rlefkln, secretary: H. P. Seld
man. treasurer; J. L. McBrlon. direc
tor of the play; Henry 8. flelden, stage
manager: A. H. Winter, architect; and
Miss Edna Scott Smith In charge of
tho music. The floor committee Is
composed of Dr. F, B. nylngton. Dr.
A. B. Wilkinson. C. O. Townsend, John
Francis, and Louis Lowe.
Wife Would Drive Parson
To Drink, He Declares
MILWAUKEE, Juno 12. "My wlfo
would force a minister to drink."
So declared Oeorgo Robrahn, In tell
ing of his troubles In municipal court,
where he was on trial for abandon
ment. "All last winter I was my wife's hlrid
girl and did all the .work." ho added.
''Before that Ume I' walked , around
looking fort a Job until my feet were
aarp. ay, wuo wouifl not give me car
fare." The Wherefore.
"Flubdub's home seem badly ne
glected.' "Well, his wife Is Interested In prison
reform, better roads, pure politics and
clean plays." Louisville Courier-Journal.
$1.50 and $2.00
This Great Retiring Sale
Hart Schaff ner & Marx
Schloss Bros. & Co.
Spring and Summer Suits
At Reductions From 25 to 50 Per Cent
$10.00 Palm Beach and Suma Cloth Suits
$20.00 Mohair Suits
$15.00 Mohair Suits
$15.00 Suits for Men and Young Men in Newest Fabrics
$20.00 Suits for Men and Young Men in Newest Fabrics
$22.50 Suits for Men and Young Men in Newest Fabrics
$25.00 Suits for Men and Young Men in Newest Fabrics
$30.00 Suits for Men and Young Men in Newest Fabrics
Extensive Line of Pinch-Back Suits, $7.50, $10.75, $13.75 & $17.75;
fr.SO Panamas that
vre sold at 9-1.38,
$10.00 P a n a m n
that we sold at IKl.IW,
now ,....: 94,05
93 Straw Hats.. 91.18
92.50 Strnw Hats 91,55
98 Straw Hats ..91.75
93.50 Straw lints 92.15
94 Straw Hats ..92.55
KAUFMAN CLOTHING CO.
IMG COST INQUIRY
Votes to Take Up Fortification
Bill instead of D. C. Investi
Chairman Johnson, of the District
Committee, attempted today to obtain
consideration In the House on tho
Joint resolution providing nn Investi
gation Into tho cost of living of wage
earnors In the District. This resolu
tion had been reported favorably by
the District Committee. When it was
brought up recently on tho unanimous
consent calendar it was carried ovor
with tho expectation of being called
up on District day.
Congressman Sherley of Kentucky,
in chnrge of the fortifications bill,
prevented consideration of-tho reso
lution by a preferential motion that
tho fortifications bill be taken up.
Congressman Mnpes tried vainly to
Induce Mr. Sherley to, hold up the
fortifications bill until the Joint reso
lution was considered. The resolu
tion provides that the Department of
Labor should conduct tho cost-of-living
investigation, and backers of the
measure, Including tho Consumers'
League, believed It would form tho
basis for a minimum wage law In the
Attorney J. H. Ralston Appears
In Court for Colored Man.
Attorney Jackson 11. Ralston, Demo
crate candidate for Congress in tne
Kifth 'Maryland district, appeared In
Criminal Court No. 1 today for the
first flmo In many years of his career
as a lawyer on tho defense sldo of a
Mr. Ralston Is chief counsel In behair
of James T. Allen, colored, charged
with murder in tho first degree. Me ts
assisted by Attorney Stonloy Willis.
Assistant District Attorney William H.
Leahy Is prosecuting tho-casc.
Allen was indlotcd November 17 lust
for stabbing his wife, Clora Allen, In,
me Jienn. iiovcmDcr u iasi, at ineir
home, mi Potomao street northwest.
Sclf-derenao is tho plea of his at
torneys. Jamaica Ginger Flows
In Town Ordered Dry
CLEARFIELD, Pa, June 12. Home
made drunks have become fashionable
among a lot or professional topers of
this town who had their regular drinks
of whisky, rum, etc., cut off when
Judge Bell Inaugurated a court order at
tho February license court prohibiting
me sale of bottled goods In ctearneid.
One day this week, ranged along the
ton of a fence in front of n (rionrtloin
livery stable, there were sixty-seven
empty Jamaica ginger bottles, eleven
empty alcohol bottles, and one empty
Whisky bottle. The bottf?s had'been
picked up In an alley near by and were
me narveat toiiowing a night s debauch
by tho professional soaks or the town,
who are no longer able to buy whisky.
The labels on tho ginger bottles said
they contained ltt fluid ounces, whlr.h.
according to the label, wos put up "for
cramps, collo. etc.. ' and was announced
10 contain -noi over v per cent alcohol."
Crowding 2 Days'Business Into 1
This Store Will Be Closed Wednesday,
June 14th, Flag Day.
Make your preparations ahead, and
get in on these remarkable low prices for
High-Grade Clothing, etc., at
50c Porous Ilndrrwear,
30c, 2 for 75c
91 Light Weight I.lsle
Union Stilts, 00c,
2 for 91.25
Nainsook and Crossbar
Underwear. 35c, 3 for 91
91.00 Dnthlnr Suits 70c
91.50 Bathing Suits OSe
,91.00, 91.50 and 92.00
Negllsro Shirts, stiff
91.00 Sport Shirts 700
91.50 Sport Shirts 91.10
933 Pa. Ave. N. W.
Austria Doesn't Want
Serbia, Says Leader
By CARL W. ACKERMAN.
BUDATE3T (via Berlin delayed).
June 1. "I do not look for the annexa
tion of any large part of Serbia by Austria-Hungary,"
declared Count Albert
Apponyl, opposition, leader In the Hun
garian parliament. In an exclusive In
terview granted the United Press to
day. "Only strategic positions must re
main In our hands."
Count 'Apponyl Is often called tho
"greatest statesman of Hungary." Ills
statement Is Important not only becauso
It Is the first publlo utterance by a lead
ing statesman "of the dual monarchy on
the Balkan question, but becauso It gives
the world an Idea of what Hungarians
bellevo should bo done with Serbia at
the end of the war.
"It Is their Idea that Austria-Hungary
should retain, strategic points that will
rirevent tho Balkans from again 'kind
Ing a world war.
"I personally do not believe that tho
Karageogvltch dynasty which formerly
ruled Serbia should return," continued
Count Apponyl. "Tito Karageogvltch
rulers organized nermanent consDlraclcs
I against our safety, culminating In tho
Federal Judge Pays High Praise
to Feminine Prosecutor i n
SAN FRANCISCO, June 12,-Mrs. An
netto Adams, whoso appointment as as
sistant United States attorney, caused
excitement In officialdom in Washing
ton nnd San Francisco, has made good.
While hero on a visit Federal Judge
Bledsoe of Los Angeles went out of his
way to pay his resoects to the Federal
prosecutor and tell her he was sorry he
had opposed her appointment.
"I'vo got to tako off my hat to you."
said judea Bledsoe. "You have mado
good, and never aaaln will I refuse to
Indorse a wbman In anv capacity."
During the bomb dot sensation In San
Francisco Mrs. Adams worked all night
and prevented an Important Indictment
from being auashed on account ot tech
Mrr Adams Is distinctively feminine,
not only In her personal mannerisms
and attributes, but In her methods of
procedure In th court room. Her per
sonality gives tha austere chambers a
"homey" atmosphere. She presents her
arguments quietly, but with vtreat fidel
ity to the jsentlals.
During the absence of District At
torney Preston. Mrs. Adams directed
the affairs of the office without a hitch.
Her handling of the United States neu
trality cases especially won admira
tion. The Age of Woman.
M. Babcock had Just been telling his
wife of an old friend.
"And he said he knew me when I
wan a little girl?" interrogated the wife.
"No." said Babcock. "he didn't say
anything of the sort.
"But you lust said he did," said Mrs.
"No," said the man. "I didn't."
"Why. Charles!" exclaimed his wife,
"what did he say. then?"
"I said," replied the brute, "that he
said he knew you when he was a little
boy." Now York Times.
75c Neckwear ...,48c
ROc Neckwear 30c
2Sc Wash Tics 17c
50c Hells 30c
BOc D. V. D. Underwear 30c
91.00 n. V. U. Underwear 70c
50c Otis DallirlRKan 30c
91.00 Silk Hose
Silk Hose, 10c, 3 pairs
25o Mle Hose . '. ,
91.50 Pajamas . .
91.00 NckIIbc Shirts, soft cuffs .
NckIIkc Shirts, soft cuffs..
Neglige Shirts, soft cuffs
and 94 Silk Shirts, soft cuffs
Next to Hess
assassination at Sarajevo of the Arch
duke Ferdinand, the act that precipi
tated the war. We cannot tolerate such
rule again. Furthermore, Bulgaria and
Oreeco must be constructed Into efficient
powers. Bulgaria must obtain her rights
Count Apponyl believes peaco Is not
"Before there can be effective, .steps
to bring peaco, there must tie false
steps," ho said. "This period we are
passing through now'The success of
mediation docs not hlnffn llnnn tint nor.
sonallty 'of the. mediator, but upon the
apim in wmen mediation is orrcred.
"Those who have been considered a
possible) peacemakers President Wilson;
Pope Benedict, the King -of Spain, and
tho Queen of Holland are all welcome
as peace makers, provided they, bring
real fairness and Impartiality and ad
vocate terms which can be accepted
without our renouncing the necessary
alms of defensive warfare. That means
that wo must have effective guarantees
for the futuro safety of Europe.
"There is no doubt that we can hold
out until tho coming harvest Then the
oconomlc situation will be completely al
tered, making It evident that we can not
be starved Into surrendering. I do not
think our enemies any longer entertain
hopes of military successes. When they
are convinced of the efficiency of the
economic' measures wo have taken too,
then the time will be ripe for. peace."
XLhc palate IRoai
Thousands of Flags, 3c to $15.00
The size and the quantity you require will be here
if you will be among tomorrow's morning visitors.
Palais Royal Fourth Floor.
Also English Rep
Link superior tailoring with these Suits at
$6.50 and learn that the price Is really
WOOL CLOTH SUITS
The New Shop's 14.50 Pinch-back Suits
are famous here of gray flannel, tweed and
light-weight wool mixtures now gii.75.
As famous the Serge Cheviot, Worsted and
Flannel Suits at $25.00 now $16.75.
SHIRTS Best of Tub Silk Shirts, with bright; q if
color satin stripes. Guaranteed $5.00 values. .to . . . 0r J
CRAVATS Of superior silk used in 50c and 65c OB ;
Neckwear. Any three for $1,00. Each....... ..Vfci;
"VARSITY" Best of Nainsook Union Suits at 69c Q(w ;
instead of $1.00. bhirts and Drawers, 5 oc grade I5 :
"ONYX" Silk Fiber Half Hose, in black, white, djj o $
tan, gray and Palm Beach. 6 pairs for qil.JO
Z Palais Royal Men's Shop, O street,
J. Maury Dove
Announces Its Yards and
Offices Will Be
Wednesday June 14, .916.
WEST POINT TODAY
' " ' it
President Wilson will, leave Wash
ington this 'afternoon for West Point,
where he will address graduates of tho
United States Military 'Academy and
distribute ' diplomas. He will be ac
companied' by Mrs. Wilson. ,
On arriving at New Xork tonight tha
President will go on board this May
flower, and early tomorrow morning
wilt start up the Hudson, arriving at
West Point In time for the exercises,
which start at 9:30 a. m.
He will return all the way to Wash
ington by train, arriving' tomorrow
Special interest wilt attach to the
President's speech, at West Point, as it
wilt be the first he has made since
nomination of tho Republican candidate
for tho Presidency, and Will be made oh
tho eve of 'the opening of tho Demo
cratlo convention at Hl. Louts.-
Although the speech tias not been
fircpared In advance, it' la understood
hat tho Presldont will talk largely pn
military preparedness. ,
Although both the President and Jus
tlce Hughes will be In New York at tho
same time tonight, it is toot thought
likely they will meet. ,
9 to 6
Wednesday, June 14
Closed All Day
A busy day tomorrow Tuesday
the morning hours are advised.
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two doors east of Eleventh.