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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1918.
Allies Urge U. S. To Favor Intervention In Siberia Before German Peace Move
EXPANSION IN
RUSSIA WILL
BE ASKED IN
FOE PROPOSAL
Germany is preparing for a vig
orous peace move at the expense
of Russia.
To meet this anticipated move a
tremendous effort is being made to
bring about unity of purpose be
tween the United States, France, and
England on the cvestion of aid for
Russia. England and France today
are carrying on the strongest pos
sible propaganda to swing Ihe
United States Government to favor
American-Japanese or allied inter
vention. President Waits.
President Wilson Is said, upon ex
ccllent authority, to have made no
change In his determination not to
Intervene in Russia now. lie Is de
termined to save Russia, if possible,
from Germany. But he wants a con
certed allied effort that will succeed
when made.
It appears likely now that this
country will soon suggest an allied
mission to Ko to Russia, mingle with
the people there and try to learn just
how Russia needs and wants to be
helped.
The need for some agreed policy
Is admitted Cermany, by launching
a peace offensive, offering to give up
Belgium, northern France and make
satisfactory settlements with Italy
provided she be allowed to expand In
Russia, would confront the French
and British governments with a very
serious problem. .
AMUSEMENTS
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FILM THEXTEXL
ATTlacnONS
PI A7A ' st- k. w.
ibtUirl TODAT and TOMORROW
WM. S HART In 'THE LION OF
THE HILLS."
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LEADER
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TO DAT AND iU.
WEEK-JT7NB CAPRICE in "BL.UK
ETED MART " St Uaatar -with tbs
U,00O Pip Organ.
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Mike and Ike They Look Alike
Copyrltnt, 1918, by E. A. Bun?.
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Goldberg Is At His Best in His Cartoon for Next Sunday's limes.
JEWS PLEDGE LOYALTY.
PITTSBURGH. Pa., June 24 Su
preme Court Justice Louis D. Brandels
left for Washington today, after yes
terday addressing a gathering of sev
eral thousand Jews, who passed reso
lutions pledging loyal support and
unlimited aid In the battle of democ
racy The meeting was held under
auspices of the Zionist societies of
the world The resolution of loyalty
was offered by Judge Julian W. Mack,
of Chicago.
AMUSEMENTS
NATIONAL """"GiiT i sio
" IWHHL Wei!, Mat Sat.
Pop. Mat. Wed. Bt Seat. 51.00
Roland West Offers
THE UNKNOWN
PURPLE Brilliant Cart Includes
- Richard Bennett
HIT THE TRAIL TO
THE BEACH WITH
BILLY SUNDAY
Tsbexxatde Worker
Chesapeake Beach
Tuesday, June 25
A Good lime for Erery One
ATHLETIC EVENTS
WITH MANY PRIZES
Band Concert In Afternoon
BR. PERCY S. POSTER
In Charge of Slnsie
AAilts, 35c; Children, 25c
",5?- STRAND 15-
FOR TIIC EVTIRE WEEK
Oell B. IMlllrs Greatest
Picture
Old Wives for New
With Elliott Dexter. Theodore
Roberta, Florence VIdor and
Great Ail-Star Cast,
?&TS- GARDEN $
TOIIAY TtJESDAT
Nell Shipman
is
Baree, Son of Kazan
G. U. MAN AWARDED
Fl
WA
R HIS AMONG CANDIDATES
BRAVERY IN BATTLE AT NAVAL ACADEMY
Lieut Edward Eugene Conroy, for
three jears a resident of Washington
while a student at Georgetown Uni
versity, has been awarded the Croix
de Guerre for valor on the field of
battle, university authorities were
notified today
Lieutenant Conroy was a student in
the academic department when he en
listed last summer In the Forty-fifth
company of the Fifth regiment of
United States Marines. He would
have received his diploma at this
spring's commencement.
The Georgetown student was
awarded the French War Cross on
May 8 last, the official French cita
tion reading "He led his unit with
great courage and coolness in a
hand-to-band fight with an enemy
force superior In number, which was
repulsed with high losses."
AMUSEMENTS
23c
And
UP
B.F.KESTH'S
DaayJSStmfSHol'y, S.3
Tt Uttls Fairy of Vaudeville
NAN HALPERfN
Josephine Victor & Co.
In llstl of Franc."
jDlimir Doolcy. Helen Trlx & JoEcphfao,
Kmmet DeVoy, Hooper A Murphy. Other.
DAN6.NG
EVERT NIGHT 8.MT0 1S.
On marble and ictus ortr electric
Ilcht to motion pictures and Jardln
music dlrlnc. In open-air and Ameri
ca's noil beautiful raid-city gnrdrns.
LIBERTY ELECTRIC PARK
Pcnn Gardens, IVnu. Ave., at Slut.
Mm Lcmr Entndlng Car Ride Horn. Early
r
COMING
BACK!
An unfortunate complication in theatrical
bookings which Mr. D. W. Griffith has been
unable to overcome, has brought to an abrupt
halt the record-smashing run of his latest and
greatest wonder spectacle,
T
WD FOUND UNFI
T
A WAR BABY
rCoprrlftt: ISIS: ftr Jsha T. XeCotcbson.1
ANNAPOLIS, Md, June 24. Due
largely to the fact that the Naval
Academy authorities took steps to
warn youths who wished to be mid
shipmen to have themselves thor-,
oughly examined physically before!
coming to Annapolis for the official'
tests, the percentage of failures be-1
fore the examining board Is very
small.
In fact. It Is hardly one-half of the
average for some years The general
average for some years past has been
about 10 or 1- per cent, and the per
centage of absolute failures thla year,
up to the present, has barely reached
5 per cent.
There have been some cases of
minor troubles, such as enlarged ton
sils or slight eye defects, where the
candidate has been directed to have a
sligM. operation performed and re-i
turn for a further examination
Ther have alxn heen nnn nr two I
failures for color blindness.
Hearts eWorld
I OEW'S COLUMBIA
BSS Continuous 10 JO A-M UUPM. ir&
Uom Aft.. 10c. Ife Klsbu. 10c. lie. Sc
HOW 1LA1IG
GEORGE M. COHAN
In tlHT-THC-TRAlL IIOLLIUAY"
St.
CASINO JKTER
ilkb THIS WEKK
VICTOR GIRLS
BURLESQUE
Hatlnrct 2il5. Mxht. 8il5.
ASHOW OF TIIE lIOL'R.
CHEVY "CHASE'LAKE
DANCING
IWU Dllj fAVILIUHo I
iv i PTrTtS Thi I m Rl 1 1
I r A . T T . J I - IT..3 .. - T - T i
Jn tls Keautiui Potomac"
FREE DANCING
Larrest Pavilion Eontb of New Tork and
All Otber AmuMoenu i I
Steamer Charlcii Macalcster
Dud' & SunUi-, ib M Whurf 10 a m I n
-J ' u V Hound Trip Inc Wr Tss
.yfeauicr Daily, Except Sunday for
Ut Vcraon at 10 A. M. and 3)30 P. H.
But Mr. Griffith
Is Pleased to Announce that the
NATIONAL
WASHINGTON'S FOREMOST THEATER
Has been secured for a continuation of the
Washington engagement and that presen
tations will be resumed at that playhouse on
MONDAY, JULY 1
(No Presentations in Washington This Week)
SAME ORCHESTRA SAME STAGE EFFECTS
SAME THRILLS
SAME PERFORMANCE HOURS
TWICE DAILY AT 2:10 and 8:10 P. M.
QAMF DDIOETQ- NIGHTS, c, 50c,$1 and $1.50
Hrat rllEUtO. MATIHEES, 25c. 50c and $1
SEATS NOW ON SALE
AT THE NATIONAL BOX OFFICE
BALLOON BASKET PUZZLES.
NKW YOItK. June 21 Naval au
thorities here today are investigatinr
me nndlng or a basket of an ob
servation balloon which was washed
up yesterday on the beach at Coney
Island. So far as known, no reports
have been received at the navy yard
of any naval balloon having been
wrecked recently along the Atlantic
coast
AMUSEMENTS
nL cut I KP DX 1 1 J W
JtATTEACTlONS I
First Performance in America Tonight
WILLIAM A. BRADY, Lid, Presents
"THE CHINESE
PUZZLE"
A new Flay of Diplomacy Loie. and In
trtjrui
By Marian Dowrr and Leon M. Lion.
BE AFIRSTNIGHTER
Wahlnrton ha th opportunity of tnr
this play I for It Is inn In New Tork at
"Tho Playhouse "
Now being produced In London by Sir
Charles Wjndham !
Nights. 60c to Jl Thur. Mat. iZc to U. !
BaL MaL, 2Sc to lift)
RolflQAH Tonlpht LOcloKNI
DCidauu XIat Wpd rctoM (
FRKDRRICK McKAY OFFKUS
"Another Man's Shoes"
.1 Revr Amrrlran C'omrdy Vltli I
Lionel Atwill
Free IVnr Stamps With All Tickets!
Tonlcht. j
T "DOUBLE EXPOSURE"
ADOPT Will
GRAFTEXPOSEMAY
CHANGE MM OF
ARMY FOOD BUYING
Reorganization of army purchasing
systems loomed up today as probable
as a result of ths exposure of collu
sion between Washington merchants
and mess sergeants, involving a food
graft ring at Washington Barracks
and Camp Humphreys. Va.
I Officers in the quartermaster gen
eral's office say that changes tn tho
system of buying- food probably will
t follow the Inquiry now being made.
At present mess sergeants buy food
on requisitions approved by- com
manding officers. This system has been
found faulty.
PrMrcatlan Delayed.
The Government today delayed the
prosecution of Morris Wlttlln, owner
of the Wlttlln Meat Company, and
Louisiana avenue northwest, and
Henry B. Terrett, wholesale and re
tall meat dealer, of 950 Louisiana ave
nue, charged with violation of section
I 33 of the penal code, which deals with
attempts to defraud the Government.
The prosecution desire more una in
which to prepare the cases against
the food dealers.
The two dealers were released
Saturday on 13,000 ball to appear In
Police Court this morning. Assistant
District Attorney Ralph Given ap
proved of a postponement. United
States District Attorney LaJkey said
that witnesses will be called to tes
tify before the grand Jury early this
week. He will seek immediate In
dictments. Will Affect PUns.
Disclosures at the trial of these
men probably will have a direct
bearing on the War Department
plans to make the food purchase
system graft-proof.
Army officers today stated that
Investigation of the case has been
taken over by the Department of
Justice. The date of the courts
martial for the three mess sergeants
under arrest has not been fixed.
HE WILL KEEP THE WOLF FROM YOUR DOOR.
AMUSEMENTS
!,
ILS33asL?J
Si
aablnslon's Only Ileal Live
AMUSEMENT PARK
I'rrxrnllnK Dally I'rom I to IIiSO
25 ATTRACTION S 25
Including 3 llljc Illdra and Danrlnc
COAL ON HAND MUST MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA
BE SOLD AT OLD RATEi WILL HAVE FIREWORKS
FOLLY THEATER
PENH. AVE. AT 9th ST. N. W.
BURLESQUE
TWICE DAILY
Week Com. Sun. Mat. June 30
Dally Mnl 2il0 Ihfi, at NHO
Z5c to Sl.OO 25c to 3I.SO
POM'S
Ambassador James W. Gerard's
MY
FOUR YEARS
IN GERMANY
The whole history of Germany's plots and Intrlsnra exposed
by tae onr man best qualified ta make Americans realise thi
Biraaee or PrmMln. This tremendoas photoplay villi make clear the
whole story of the war.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Toll's newly Installed 110,000 ripe Organ, with the wonderful
Vor Ilanina1' hDmin voice ased for thr first time, with snff
menitd symphony orchestra, dnrlna this ensaaemrnt extraordinary.
AIIVAXCK HALK OF SKATa OPi:.VM TIIUUSnAl.
Washington coal dealers will not
be permitted to add the increased
freight rate, effective tomorrow, on
coal that Is now In their yards, on
dumps, or en route to this city.
Regulations have been isued by the
fuel administration providing that
the Increase, which in Washington
will be -5 cents a ton, can only be
applied upon coal upon which the
advanced freight rato has actually
been paid by the dealer.
It has been a common business
practice In the past for retailers In
any line to get the advantage of a
rising market, but the coal dealers
will be hold to strict account on their
costs and margins.
In many instances, however, it will
be a matter of but a fen days before
Washington residents begin paying
the higher rate, as dealers are deliv
ering coal on early orders a fast as
It reaches their yards, and will start
right In on the delivery of the higher
rate coal
Bell-ans
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. Druggists
refund money if it fails. 25c
AMUSEMENTS
Gear Yoor Skin
WBMwi9ep
withCaticara
U14rcx1talSossZ.OUsMt'(B.TifcajsS.
mmmtTt-0mm.ttor-t,mtmn."
.Near-by Maryland and Virginia are
to have their usual supply of Fourth
of July cannon crackers, torpedoes
and other noise makers. Washington
l.outliF. who have for several years
satisfied their yearning for noise and
pyrotechnics by excursions Into the
..i.kkn.lm ,nitnll, nrfft flnH nn
HiriiiMuut int. ..v...... ..., ..... ..-.
shortage In the supply as a result of
the war
The time honored Chlnesa crackers
and the tiny "Jap" ones are to be
plentiful. There Is no dearth of tor
pedoes, roman candles, skyrockets, or
even the "thunderbolts." "dynamite
crackers and salutes. A limit of Ave
inches In length and three-fourths of
an Inch In diameter has been placed
upon these, but they are still of suf
ficient power to send a tin can soar
ing .high.
In most cases the sale of fireworks
will not begin until seven days be
fore the Fourth.
The manufacture and sale of all
Fourth of July crackers and pyro
technics Is under the supervision and
control of the Bureau of Mines. The
Government experts found that the
powder and other materials used
were of an Inferior grade and did not
Interfere with the military require
ments of the nation or the allies.
spiNE AT THE
. MOTEL
200 SURVIVORS OF
U.S.S.SCHURZ LANDED
BASEBALL 4 p. m.
Washington vs. Philadelphia
AN ATLANTIC PORT, Juno 24
More than 200 survivors of the U. S.
S Schurz have been landed safely,
and the few wounded of the crew
have been sent to a hospital. The
Schurz. formerly the Grman raiding
gunboat Oeier, went down Friday off
the North Carolina coast after, col
l'Ion with the steamer Florida.
or were nicked up b a West
lUuiAii team&r.
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SPECIAL, $1.25
Table d'llote Dinner. t 8. Masts
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