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American
MEN WILL GO
OVER AS FAST
AS W CAN
BE SHIPPED
The entire army In training In the
United States will he transported to
France Tvltbout delay. The speed with
which these unlta regulars. Federal
ized guardsmen, and national army di
lslons are to be shipped over seas
rests with the allies.
Paris and Lonlon, with the com
plete records ot reeded shlpmen's of
munitions, foOJ. and the like at their
disposal, will decide what additional
transports can be diverted to troop
movements. ,
Then the mn. now practlca'.lv all
drained sufflcienily to participate in
open fighting, and many of them
with combat tralnlne experience, will
be shoTed forward as fast as the
transportation problem will permit.
Reply 1a English Appeal
That Is the reply of the United
f States to the request of the British
premier. David XJojd George. oiced
.v.n..nk imhiuiilor Earl Reading in
New York city two nights ago.
The United States has loyally and
pladly accepted the naming of General
l'och, the great Tenco airifc"M -the
general in command of the co
ordinated military operations on the
west front. Already General Pershing
has accepted a position subordinate
to him. The American army In
"France, all divisions combat as well
as constructive, are at Foch's dis
posal. - And military officials here
who know what It all means say that
the result of this must soon be in
evidence.
From now" on General Foch will be
responsible for all operations in the
west. He will have the assistant of
the French and British commanders
aa well aa of General Pershing. And
he will be able to meet very Ger
man move with a mobile force of
troops who can be utllUed wherever
needed regardless of the particular
-i..it.. .f tfe men tfcnt are in
the particular sector chosen for
operations.
f "Will "Warls Aa One Army.
nrmn strategy for the first time
"" In this war Is to be met with allied
strategy. Instead of separate units
j.t.a Vm, tiv n1aa the entire
allied forces on the west wll be
operaiea as a gigantic uujj. -j-erves
will be as available to Foch
aa they have been in the past avail
able to the German high command.
And officers here Who know all that
Is Involved declare that this action
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Ub I Willi ALICE BRADY In
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CTDANTI TODAY-BEfeSIE B ARRIS
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ITHMP 13 c Street Xorthraat
nUlTlr, TODAY-HARRY MOREY Jn
THE OTHER MAN." Extra, "JIonttDM
Quartette" Extra.
nnMC'C cAnonxA
IlUmEr J llth X. Car. Ave. SX.
GRAND OPENING TOVIGHT
THEDA BARA In "CAVULLE
EXTRA "MO.VTROME QrAItTKTTK."
PAPnFW TODAY-MONROE SALTS
UfltXUrU BURY AND RITH CLIF
FORD in ' Hl'NCRl EYES
fRANDAIJAS .j-".'rSf ' .
IrODAT CMILT BTKVZS3 Jn "DAT
BFI A3C0 Teiueht at J SOcloJt.
tLHJilU Mit ToUar, 50c to i00.
SAN CARLO
Grand Opera
COMPANY
Today Mat. LA TRAVIATA wltli SHIi
CELLA CRAFT: tonlaht. 1L TJU ATORB.
SUNDAY ft? AT 8:20
GRAND OPERATIC CONCERT
SAN CARLO GRAND
OPERA COMPANY
All Principals Orcfceatra and Ckorna
I'opolar Prlera, SOe to 1.50,
SEATS NOW SELLIXO.
Caxt Mon. Matlntea Wednesday and Saturday
WILLIAM MAXINE
FAVERSHAM ELLIOTT
IRKN'n MACLTJ
US LOSD A.ND LADT ALQX.
Troops Now In Training Here
Mike and Ike They Look Alike
l mV CTPOAlJK-ROY
1 Mlfce.uilLL. bGLIJ6r
THIS HT TO -touvi
I titl;c- TtAls;
I A.e-rrrOklr"V"Al
"r A
V MR.&SS IS
TgO
alone has shortened the war at least
a sear.
The news of the appointment of
Foch today overshadowed all else
even the great conflict which still i
in progress. It was believed here
that it might be two or three days
yet before the effect of his appoint
ment would be observable In the re
ports from the front.
Generally speaking officers said to
day that the war reports were sat
isfactory. The German gains south
of the Somme are- small, they say.
while at Jilt other points they have
either been halted or held back. The
French retain all positions near Mont
dldler despite the fact that the Ger
mans are reported attacking with six;
dlvlslosi of reserves.
MUK ROODS STREET
WHEN WAGON UPSETS
Milk flowed like water on Seventh
street southeast, early this morning.
A horse attached to a milk wagon
owned by the Swiss dairy became
frightened while being driven by
Robert Gray, thirty-four years old,
401 Ea?t Capitol street, and ran away.
In his efforts to stop the animal. Gray
drove against the curb at Seventh
and H streets. The wagon turnea
over and Gray and many cans or milk
were spilled.
William H. Hughell. eleven jears
old, 323G N street northwest, was
badly bruised last night when struck
by an automobile operated by Charles
a Hall. 3337 N street.
Frances Merrill, nine year old.
2424 - Fourteenth street, was hurt
slightly when hit, at Fourteenth and
Irving streets, by an automobile op
erated by W. V. Orecr, 920 M street
northwest.
MEXICANS KILL U. S. SOLDIER.
SAX ANTONIO, March 30. Private
Theodore K. Albert was killed at Pllares,
Mexico. In a battle Thursday, between
Troop G. EiKhth United States Cavalry.
and the Mexican bandits who raided the
Neville lUnch.
AMUSEMENTS
B.F.KEITHS
J5e
&up
MYHJSUII.iflHOL'SS'ft.V
"A SENSATION" Star
Drmeat Hall A. E.
CAINE& ANSON
Marie Nordstrom, Keno, Keyes, and
Melrose, Mcintosh's Musical Maids.
Cnarile Howard A Co . Kuran Tomplctas.
Bert Jlanlon. Othr Succcma I
- STRAND "ysv.
TOIJA1 LAST TIME
BESSIE BAMISCUE
In "WITHUf THE CCIV
I Mat.. r.ADnCM Er.
TOIIAY LAST TIME
MOMIOE SAI.ISUUnY and
nUTIf CLIFFORD In
"HUNGRY EYES"
STRAND
KASTEIl 'WEEK Sl'ECUL
Adolpk 7-nUor Preaenta
StETi:ni.ICK,S
THE BLUEBIRD
I B ABicmrntrd Urebeatm. Large
i oerti. surpriae iriogue.
T
Tunis)!. SlIB.
Hlli.
n. f.
lJVno aata. 2&
Special Eaalrr Holiday Matinee
Monday, Sil3.
POLI MUSICAL. CUMEDV PLATERS.
Victor Hcrbcrt'a Qreatnt Hit
"SWEETHEARTS"
Pricea. Sc Me. "Zc II 00. The Theatre
Para th War Tax
Tt Wek 'THE WIZA11D OF Q2 '
GAYETVoll
THE HIP, HIP
HOORAY GIRLS
Next Weak The Boatonlan With frank fin-
5r.
I VITIIli Peo". Ave. at lllii
LIULUm TOICEMILY
BURLESQUE
W1SHIIBTM1 BIG6EST CCAOTY CHSBSS
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GERMANS
DRUNK
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PHILADELPHIA, March 30. That
whole regiments of Germans were
drugged and drunk when they faced
the deadly fire of British gunners in
the present German offensive Is the
assertion of wounded officers and
men arriving here from the front,
aas a copyright London dispatch to
the Ledger.
"No living -creatures could have
faced such terrible Are If they" had
not been either drugged or drunk."
an artillery sergeant declared. "In
some engagementa the Germans
danced In front of our machine guns
while others staggered boldly and
apparently with no concern Into cer
tain death.
"Our machine gunners fired until
they were sick of killing."
One officer reports that a detach
ment of 1,500 Germans charged Into
a battery of British machine guns,
and not more than a dozen of them
survived.
The Germans are now using dye In
their gas shells. It stains the craters
caused by the explosions, and serves
as a warning to the Germans to keep
clear of them as they Rdvance.
Another new gas Just Introduced
by the Germans Is known as "blue
cros." It Is odorless, and Is reported
to be one of the most deadly the
enemy has et ued In more than
one attack the gas ha been so dense
that advancing masses In close for
mation could not be sten until within
twenty yards '
LOW WAGES.
"I didn't know he was that hard
up"
"What's the matter. He Isn't hard
up"
"He must be I see by the papers
that he's working for the Government
for a dollar a year
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IDESiTi
THOMAS A. WISF
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TiekeU at T. Arthur Smltk'a.
For Newcomers in Washington
The Illustrated Story of
WashiigtonandVicinity
By Frederick L, Fuhback
Monday, April 1, 8 o'clock
N. Y. Ave. Presbyterian Church
ftrrr York Atenue, 1.1th and II
Streets .V W.
Music Reception.
Admission Free.
LOEWS COLUMBIA
Contlnuoja 10 30 A M. to II P 1L
Morn . Afu. 10c. lSc Nlht. loc. IV:, So
.NOW I'LAl !... .
ANN PENNINGTON
in "Sunshine Nan"
EXTltA KATTl AUUUCKLE
soMirriii.(. msw
DANCING
to MOTiojf Picrunns
Tonlskt and Eiery Me tit SOO to 111)
Penn Gardens. ,", X-
SI'ECIAI. TtTESIlAY EVE. ATOIL
MISS EVA CI. WTO N
Will Sins; as Toa Dance to Motion
Plctmras.
DRUGGED
AN
NTO DEATH FIRE
TFTR WASHINGTON .TTMES:
PrCPP'S OVJR.
siKSte tou'vJe
Mr beucrVtesseM store
TrXVce this "cHeese
',H5?0 SCRrlBUti
ANJ6KJUG
, -- - M Hi 'nil I I'll! 63h( ' . - 13
i tiiiar in iiti. wwa7v i r ns is
. .-
Congress miYZ&
Tke Straggle ip the Seaate to Iatrodace Pressiaa Bketl asd
Iroa Kaltir as a Permanent System Passage of the Bill Cw
scriing All WEo Reach 21 Seed Graii aid Yelnmlary Labw
Mobilization m th House The Honskg Problea The AAra
btration War Loan Bill The Qaestion of Veracity With Oricial
Journalism General Beil's DiscoYery in Military aad Political
Science.
By W. V.
mii i..: fnmni nn .r)e -
cember 4. Mai. Gen. J.Franklin Btli
arrlrerl ln Paris. December 24, re
turning home on March 27, and ap
pearing Marcn za Deiore mc .mm'
tary Committee of the Senate, to It, as If nothing had occurred, was
SvS it the benefit of studies of thelP" ' 8herloclL, "0,mes
fit of scientific war, as he had in-,uld hard I, ; havesnrpassed Uie way
vestigated it in aU Its brancnes.
iciunni ilium u. mv 6.v-v - ;, "
est and value for war, but of all he
reported to the Senate committee
nothing else compares in present and
permanent value with a discovery he
made in the psychology of getting
"approximately correct information"
of what the enemy means to do to
you from the war the enemy lies
about it.
1.J ......ata n9 .ha RTCKTPli: lTltr
Somewhat condensed, this discov
ery of General Bell's is as follows:
'If you compare a sufficient number
of lies, you can get very close to the
truth" (or "approximate it," as Gen
eral Bell mint prefer to have it
stated).
This announcement came at the
psychological moment, but its use-
..!.. :. . i;;o,i ' a,t ny'nrorjoaine to Introduce the Prussian
year. The war will be over some 1 system of universal compulsory Kul
time. It will be needed worst then.itur. beginning with boys of nineteen
when everybody who has used "win-'A motion to Uble the amendment was
nine the war" as a pretext for fraud lost by thirty-five to thlrty-twa The
and predacity, for Treasury raidinjr. t, ?J b' mar tc , M
for oullyinj: and bulldozing, for all veUaUeliJoT oUieV"
the scandalous forms of craft and JV ,e militant plutocracy of
profiteering, ill come to fragment ",5. systematic preparation
Then, when they try to "lie out of gent"heU on earth In Eu.
g." General Bell shos what to do. t0T l ,rJgun by the pupils .of
By simply taking a common filing sman and Von MolUte'a school of
hook, costing not over 5 cents, and blood and-lron." The author of the
filing m their order of date, a euffi-ladmenthJldBlready Emitted that
cient number of lies told by any he hoped t0 make this system per
given perton, or group of persons, in raanent In America after the war.
about six months or a year, compari- Tne bM pag8ed finally after tho
son of the newspaper clippings or amenauient had been voted down,
omciai aocumenis on me nooic win.
come very ciuse ui snuwin ine
whole habit of the liar and the na
ture of his lies. How could Gpneral
Bell have served his country better
than by discovering this scientific
method of comparison as applied to
mendacity? It is now practiced in
France after raiding the enemy's
trenches and capturing prisoners
enough to tell the number of lies
needed for the scientific comparison
Immediately after the opening of
he Senate, Senator Wadsworth of
N'ew York Bent to the clerk's desk to
be read from a copy of the "Offlclnl
Hulletln," of March 28. repeating on
naee 8. the statement In connection
with Photograph Number CSBS, that!
"though hundreds of aeroplanes hae
Mready been shipped, our factor l de b Senator John Sharp Wil
have reached quantity production and g J Mississippi, who, he said,
thousands upon thousands will soon expressed his ideas wore elo-
'ollow
fjoman explained with Indignation
that the "hundreds already shipped
"iad heen reduced to only one that
his had been admitted on evidence
if record before their committee, and
rorrectlon promised for what Sen
ator Thomas called "an absolute and
'nmltl-atrd fnlvh"Q'l " "Hie penTi'
ADVERTISEMENT
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feellnir of the committee, after the
art and science displayed In nailing
the "absolute and unmltlBated false
hood," was that the war the "Bulle
tin' came back and "stood pat" on
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1 - - .- . -
The habits of official Journalism at
public expense were further objected
to by Senator Reed. He found Dr.
Garfield's publicity department send
ing out advance extracts from Sen
ate speeches on the Good Doctor's
side and none whatever on the other
side. It was highly resolved that
"the time had come," etc Perhaps It
has, but somebody in Congress an
nounces this high resolution every
day or so. Then, after speaking at
length to support It, the practice up
to date Is to vote the other way.
The bill extending th draft auto
matically to all wbo reach the age of
twenty-one, was taken up, and dis
cussion began on the amendment.
thirty-sit to twenty-six.
tv, Tiffmofrata onnosed. usually
on the ground that to begin drafting
two million boys now, when not
available for war, -would greatly in
terfere not only with fighting at the
front, but with food production and
all industries necessary for war. The
squared issue was presented by Sen
ator Gronna, who has sent his son
into the regular army as a private
Of the many Prussian exiles from
their "Fatherland" he had talked
with, he knew of none who did not
condemn this system. Agreeing that
Prussian despotism must be put
down first in Europe, he said that
afterward he would be "glad to sac
rifice hi3 own Hie against sucn a
system, no matter where it was
I v . ..' tt .- inrinrm'ntr n eneivr,
quently and beautifully than he
could do mmseii.
It was one of the days on which
Senator Williams recurs to his 1896
Democracy. He had said that Amer
ican institutions meant preparedness
not for cutting throats, but for peace.
imwinc alwavs trreater and irreater.
until it brourfht the brotherhood of
man, nnd that we are ngnung in
Europe now not to Introduce Prus
sian despotism in America, but to
abolish it throughout the world. Of
the many speeches made on grounds
of expediency, mention cannot be
made here, nor is it necessary to do
so when a man like Gronna,. who
speaks out his heart sincerely when
he is really moved, has defined tha
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30, 1918.
1918, by E. A. Kuraley.
spirit in which, if Prussian "blood
and iron Kultur is introduced in
America after the war by imitators
of Prussian plutocracy, it will be
met Tha issue is, of course, mortal,
admitting no compromise.
By a vote of 251 to 6, tha House
passed the bill authorizing the Sec
retary of. Agriculture to use $7,
600,000 in 'loans to indigent farmers
who need seed wheat, barley, rye
and corn, with $2,500,000 for use in
the "voluntary mobilization" of
farm labor. The last rally, against
the bill on a motion to- recommit.
was headed by economists from
South Carolina and other States
which are made safe for Democracy
by colored Republicans. It waa
feared that if these Republicans!
had their railroad fares paid, as
proposed in the "voluntary mobil
ization," they would go for a ?joy
ride" and never return while cotton
Is worth ovrt thirtyiceitts if at aU
s-x L.,- -
The fiouseMQk, up" the 'Housing
bill. Under it, $50,000,000'is to be
expended under the Department-of
Labor in providing decent 4uarters
for workers on war contracts at all
points of congestion. It is expected
that 910,000,000 will be Added for
housing in the District of Columbia.
After working through tho day
on the Administration BoirTbill. the
House Ways and Means Committee
ocmpleted it for introduction late in
the afternoon. It follows the gen
eral lines already announced by the
Secretary of the Treasury. Pre
cedence will be given it and it will
be urged to passage.
Mr. Jones, of Texas, introduced
a bill forbidding railroad companies
to give cheaper rates to towns and
cit's with water competition than
to those which are too far inland
to have .this advantage. The bill
followed, an able argument by Mr.
Seth.Mann, of the San Francisco
Chamber of Commerce. He ap
peared before the House Ways and
5Ieans Committee to demonstrate
that when cities are on the water
!t is imposs'ble to give, them the
same disadvantages as cities which
are not He argued that all laws
attempting to do so are doomed to
failure.
Through Mr. Treadway's resolu
tion, the Postmaster. General -is
asked to inform the House of the
results of his latest restrictions on
mail for the boys in the trenches
also whether the same restrictions
apply to matter from "bureaus of
public inforamtion."
Mr. ordon ,of Ohio, protested in
the House against a demand from
Pennsylvania for drum-heading the
"seditions." He quoted the Milligan
case and nnnnnni-pH that the Consti
tuted of the United States is still t
'n existence, Perhaps no one . is
more in favor of drum-heading
"sedition" than a grafting contrac
tor. And perhaps no ore is more ,
active in circulating petitions4,
against tree speecn man conirucwrs
who think that interference with
'putting over a good thirg" on the
government is high treason. After
they have made their "clean-up,
with no chance of making another,
they may all turn Pacifists.
WORK HIGH IN 'AIR
AS CROWDS WATCH
How would ou like to earn your
llvine nirtlnjr with death dally as a
"human spider?"
That's what C Sllvey and J. tVillett.
two Washincton Ironworkers, are do
ing today as the danRle from an aerial
lionpT. n th(t new Loew PAlace
Theater bulHlntr, now under construe-1
tinn In Thltleenin sireei norinw-m.
Ihuusands of Washlnctonlans were
thrilled as the men went about their
work more than 10O feet above the
utreet on a narrow perch
Sllvey hauled heavy ropes to hts
high perch without nervousness
"The longer jou work at this busi
ness tho better you like it," ho shout
cd from hln lofty poltlon 'Te been
In the nny and hnic climbed some
hlch places It ! all the same part
of a ilai'a work.' I
,m
IHWIN
QUEBEC March 20. Ordar was
maintained here today by troop, fol
lowing; a night of riots. Aoti-eoa-
scrlptlon mobs wrecked Uie o&icsj of
the newspaper Xrruaeat aad the
Chronicle office, and set lira to the
auditorium building-, la which records
of draft fiaseVwire lu&L Th.h rec
ords were destroyed. "V- -
.Abont J ,&.; were Ma-;tlre -crowds,
but most, of these .were spectators.
The rioters for a while held posses
sion of the upper part of the town.
The Ontario Battalion and the
Eighth and Ninth MlllUa Regiments
were called out. After dlsserslnr the
mob, most of the soldiers returned to
barracks, where ther remained, sub
ject to call. Ther were armed with
ball cartridges.
WOMEN INCLUDED
IN ESPIONAGE LAW
The Senate hsa passed ma amend
ment to the espionage law whereby!
women enemy aliens will be subject
to the same regulations as male
enemy aliena, It does hot apply to.
American women married to enemy j
aliens. . i
jj For Easter
QUEBEC FOLLOWS
DRAFT RIOTING
i:you can ierve nothing that
will be more enjoyed than
!; Loffler'sSausage hi
8T
1
HEIR reputation for quality and
tasty goodness is of almost Fifty
Years' standing.
Made with scrupulous care of choice
Govt. Inspected meats seasoned to a
"t." All varieties smolced, green,
Frankfurter and Country Sausage.
ili Loffler'S Hams I
a a
BACON, HOME-DRESSED BEEF, '
Pork, Lamb, Veal, etc., enjoy as wide
renown f or superiority as Loffler'S Sau
sage. Always Govt Inspected.
T At First-Claw Grocers
A. L0FFLER
FACTORY:
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CEPIGlRAGE
JaTGAMP MEADE
CAITP UXASB. HA.. Mare f
Gen. JostDh'K. Kaha aad hts ataS.'ta-.
clttdfnr raaay who aara been at tfcaj
front ,Q fraaev had mora bslMa,
all over their heads riant here 1st,'
camp than they faced while ow
there. A. machine ran barraca im j
demonstrated at tha rtta raaca wits
four eaK ssaa ce4aar at fuH-UK far
nveralTBiloatev at sr Una. -Tha Ji
servers sat. la a pKiWlta their head
out of danger."" but atm aaie to
where tha bullets landed' SfeootraC;
from ijWO. to xa yard over tha op
of a-hlll, the'-sTunnarahlt a target taey
themselves coold'not see The saia
method was "employed aa that u lab
oring; artillery- The reaalts wera
vo-t- s-atlfluvta jinwa-aw tha-a
demonstration, t "j
Major Ueoearod, the British nH
chine gun expert, directed the d"em-.(
onstratlon. Ha aad other carefnllyi
charted the whole section the day be
fore. There were elaborate caleala-
tlon ueceasary- to figure out how- far
the advancing Infantry could go be-ji
fore tha barrage would hare Jo crteac
farther on or be lifted entirely. Tal
adTxnced work Is at present being
taoeht to officer. In torn, thatn
m .v M..Mttf,. eAmTnlea and tkr
machine gnn battaUon wul haTtKJ 11
learn It, - 1
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