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TM3 WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1918. The Kind of Roman Candles We're Shooting Off This Fourth . l.1JLA.naler. . Jy Goldh&Tg Copyright, 1918, ctsjz'- . . VT t --jy,; - DATS PAGEANT IC SYMBOLIZE WORLD'S NEW LIBERTY ERA . ., i ill I ! U4 t . . . i m t irniaii 1 m -w. ,- .w" -a sr a vfci- .-r-Jaf ..in wzm . .rBsT kk i ihjh (Continued from First race.) jsut and Is now Hying on foreign soil to offer protection to humanity. The "mcltine Dot" has welded the tA- tlon Into one people, under one Sag and under one constitution. That they may bare an opportunity to. show that they have assimilated the Ideals of democracy, representatlres of more than 10,000.000 citizens In this coun try of foreign birth or parentaxa hit upon the Idea of gigantic pageants and demonstrations in each Important Amer ican city. In Washington the pageant will carry the Idea of Democracy Trl' umphant." Liberty's Birth rictured. Contingents representing the tx1 ous nationalities have been assigned locations in the vicinity of the Wash lngfcon Monument on which to stag this afternoon "actions" which will portray, in each case, the story of their respective national hero and the birth of liberty In each land. The first "action" will begin at 5 o'clock when Serbia, through her con tingent, will depict In the park below the old Agricultural building the "Harvest Home Festival" of that land. Serbia was the first nation to enter -the nresent war. She will be assisted by Jugo-Slavs and other of the oppressed Slav peoples. This action will be repeated at 6:45 o'clock and again at 6:30 o clock. Other actions will follow by other nationalities, to include, in the order In which, they entered the war: France, Belgium, Great Britain. Montenegro, Japan, Portugal, the Latin American Republics, Italy, San Marino, Greece, United States,. Slam. Liberia. China, the Jugo-Slavs, the Lithuanians, .Roumanians. Ukraln pear are the Russians. Armenians. Llthnnanlans, Roumanians. Ukrain ians. In each action the national costume AMUSEMENTS TODAY'S FILM THEATER ATTRACTIONS ml VMPiropESrs at eiso p. m. lULIUlTlU THB HAS WITH- I 1431 IT St. OUT A COTO.7RT." STRAND -gMg?" to GARDEH K i PI A7n l?tk st. x. vr. 1 UUittltnTH CUFFORD tn irm. I NIGHT MADNESS." IXrUJEA TODAT AND AU. THE WEEK GLAOTS EROCKWEU. l with too IU.C0O Pip Ortan." National .Todav Make Yours a Glorious Foartli SeeD.W.GHIFFITH'S-f-: HEARTS tOTE AWT, LAUGHTER THniI.t.5 rt03iAM:n WORLD Seota senior for second and Ural weak. XlXhta. Sc to LM Mats. Sc to 11 CO. E9 I? Wl"RJr2Bo B.l-.ld I n9.g, DAILY g SUN JiSHOL'YSh" "UNUSUAL"-HEALD "Where Things Happen" A War Flash" In Six Scenes. T. ROY BARNES Mnr. CbIUon-Os.rm.ui, Dron A BiMttIii, Othffm. I0EWS COLUMBIA Ba CssUami 1 tt A. M. to II f. IL M I CssUemi 1 tt . M. to II f. IL NOW PLAYING DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS In "Say, Young Fellow" - STRAND 15 TODAY LAST TIME ELIZABETH RISDON MOTHER HS18- GARDEN f8- TODAY LAST TIME Monroe Salisbury THE EAGLE TIIEATEn 71b nod p gts. franklin 759 UGH' HOME OF BCRLESQ.UB The Victory Girls WATlPfKES, SilSt KvnX!.OS, 8ik8 FOLLY BUR LESS Pcnna. Atp. at AIM. :3! 8:30 roruLAn iiuces Goldberg Is at His Best in His Cartoon for Next Sunday's Times will be worn, folic songs and dances will bs featured and representatives of the various nation In diplomatic circles here will participate In some war In the actions of their respective nations. It will be a veritable world In re view and the actions will re-enact history of the nations from W B. C. to the present time. , With the conclusion of the inde pendent actions, all contingents will move In parade formation Into Twelfth street. There they will take their positions In the order In which they entered the war. A croup of marchers thirty tn number will head the parade. carry Ins; the banners of thirty nations. On of these the Polish fUsT has never before been raised In Wash ington. Another, that of the Juvo- Slavs, will fly today tor the first time. It will be raised at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon and officially dedicated. As the various contingents follow. each will carry a banner deslcnating; the nation represented. Iteate of Fara.c. The "parade of nations' will move through Twelfth street, beginning; at about 7:10 o'clock. Through Pennsyl vania avenue the parade will move to the east Capitol steps 'for the final tableau of SJjemocrarjr -Triumphant." . 9 President Wibion and the allied diplomats will review the- parade and witness the tableau from a special reviewing stand. The tableau opens with "Human- AMUSEMENTS Xall7 Mat. J:10. So to tl Eve, at 1.10. Sc to tl 50. POLI'S The Meet Vlfal Fletare Ever Made Amkaasaoor JAMES W. GERARD'S four'Vears in germany RPl HnO Tonlttt. :. He to GOO SEL1VYX AND CO. Pmnl Taelr ltl8 Laaa-fc Festival DOUBLE EXPOSURE By Avery Hopwood, Author of "Fair and Warmer." "Seven Daya," Etc. KEXT WEEK SEATS NOW. A. II. WOODS PreaeaU "COME ACROSS" A wew'Arterteaa Play With An American M.tlvc. Or Max Ha4ln, With A DUtlnxnlahfd Company ity," portrayed by Florence Iubena Newbold. descending the Capitol steps. Happy children dance upon the scene. They meet a sorrowful group symbolic of suffering- Europe, fleeing; from the ravages of barbar ian militarism. "Humanity" contrasts the unhappy children of the war-stricken group or nations witn oer own joyous ones. The chorus slnts "Oh, God, Our Help in Ages rasu- "Humanlty" summons to her aid -Justice." played by Maud Howell Smith, and "Justice" In turn calls on "Columbia" (Anna Brett Summy)." "Columbia" appears, singing The Star-Spangled Banner," after whleh she summons her resources to offer to the struggling peoples of the world. Her resources, portrayed by girls rrom tne various aovernmtnt agencies here, are ahown to be money, food, armament, loving serrloe and ber own sons. . Deaneerary Triomphaat," Then come the heralds of the allied nations announcing with joyous trumpeting the coming of the hope of the world 'Democracy Triumphant." "Democracy," played by Flora Uc GIU Xeefer. appears bathed In the white light of her purpose, bringing to me utile peoples, as wen as to tbe great, the fulfillment of Lin coln's words, "government of 4h people, for tbe people and by the people." As a climax, a chorus of 10.000 voices Joins In singing "The Halle lujah Chorus." Music will be by the Department of the Interior Band. Eat potatoes Instead of bread. Po tatoes are eheayer than bread aad Jnat as aeorUhlas. AMUSEMENTS DANCING HVHIT NIGHT. IflTCU On marhle and prlaa over eleetrle llarfeta tv motion letnree and Jardln tnuale divine. In open-air and Ameri ca's moat beantltnl mld-clty gardens, LIBERTY ELECTRIC PARK Penn Gardens, Pea. Ave, at 21a& No Lour standing Car Itlda. llama Earty. CHEVY CHASE LAKE DANCING TWO BIG PAVILIONS "On tAe Beautiful Potomac" FREE DANCING LaTxwt Pavilion Booth ef Nrw Tor and All Otber Amnsameeta. Steamer Ckarlea Maealester Daily & Suaoar. TIE It. Wharf, la a. m., tsV J P. U. too Reun4 Trtn. Ie. War Tea. ftamer Dally, Except Snnday few lit. Varaoa at It A. K- and 2dO P. lb TELEGRAPHERS TO CONVENE HERE TO DBS STRIKE To determine) on a course of action In the event of a strike on the West ern Union lines, a special convention of tbe Order of Railway Telegraphers will bo held In Washington on July S. Hundreds of small railway sta tlon are Involved. Men In these offices receive commissions for hand ling Western Union business and for serving In the capacity of express agents. . Sine Government operation of ex press and possibly telegraph lines may lead to curtailment of their In come, the telegraphers will hold a convention to decide what attitude they should assume. NEW ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES. The Treasury Department an nounces the offer of the second block of J75O.0OO.OO0 Treasury certificates of Indebtedness at 4H per cent. In preparation for the fourth Liberty loan, which will be floated In October. The first block of three-quarters of a billion has been oversubscribed. It was announced. The second Issue of certificates will be dated July 8 and will be payable November T. Sub- ccriptions will be accepted to July 10. AMUSEMENTS LmMl TODAY OF AM, DATS THIS IS THE PLACE TO RELAX DANCING STARTS AT 4 P. M. ALL OTHER AMUSEMENTS STAItTS AT 1 P. M. BASEBALLS Wuhinrtoi vt McwYtrk DOWNTOWN TICKET OFFICE, tu Jtth ST. upau mm a.au a. u. is ise e. ac VIA I 1941 NEXT WEEK-Seals Now Selliij rU LB a SUNDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT DAILY MATS, at 2il0. Ml 1MB HCKS. SUTI, Hi KVIIIIHQ8 at 8l10. in mm stout, tun, tVH William A. Brady's Biggest and Greatest of All War Film Plays "STOLEN ORDERS'" ALL-STAR CAST KITTY GORDON CARLYLE BLACKWELL JUNE ELVIDGE MONTAGU LOVE The Stupendous Spectacular Film Production That Has Everything Beauty and Romance Love and Laughter Thrills and the Sweep of Drama Battleships and Anti-Aircraft Guns in Action Battle in Midair Over the Real Ocean and the Hun Spy at Work. Now Playing at the "Lyric Theater," New York First Time Shown in Washington PERSHING REPORTS 52 CASUALTIES HIS- LATEST LIST General Pershlne today reported 52 .casualties, divided as follows: Killed la action, 0; died of wounds. 6; died of disease 6; died of accident and otber causes, 3; severely wounded, 28; mlssln&r in action. 2, and pris oner, 1. The list, together with the address es of the next of kin, follows: KILLED IN ACTION. X.IETJTKANTS. Roland Jackson, Calarad Sprlnga, Clo. J"-' - Bedley Cooper, XUvrnldc. IU. Uallloay Smith, wack. X. T. PRIVATES. Arthur Brllffenfcascn, 'Starseon Bay, 'Wis. Arthur H. Bnnec, Aahton, S. D. Chariest J. Houston, Philadelphia, Pa. Fred lb S trims;, Tjart, Mich. Cecil B. Salllvan, Butte, Mont. Tom It- West, OUrer Sprlnc Tenn. DIED OF WOUND8. PRIVATES. Beraldo Delbcato, Pachlno, Italy. Pat nostra, ULaadrununond, Ire- Und. Joncph Samnaertlnc... Brooklyn, w Y Adolph ToncttU IlllUboro, Pa, Vlrsll E. WeaTcr, Fort Wayne, . Ind. Earl R. Williams, Voder, Kara. DIED OF DISEASE. WAGOXER. Thomas B. KUton. Oawcco, Ore. PRIVATES. Anthony J. BcTtlacqna. Colfax, CaL Charles Samuel Carpenter, IJttle- ton, K. II. Bertrand C. BaweD, wclsonrllle, Ohio, nenry 0"XcaI, Columbus, Co. DIED FROM ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES, PRIVATES. Gcorjrc Aahe, New York, 7T, Y. Theodore L. Braaflat, Flaxa. If. Dak. Abraham Brown, Sew York, J'. Y. SEVERELY WOUNDED SERGEANTS. John Martin, Mt. CarmeU Pa. Robert Yarbroturh. Unar, Ala. CORPORAI.9. John TjCwU, Clinton. Ind. Charlro T. Slcrman, Hartford, Conn. PRIVATES. Atria Scaler, Bfohnton, Pa. Harry A. Coaarrore, Phlladerphla, Fa. Arthar Martin Drury, Bowline Green, Ohio. Alfred J. Gnrccan, II oat on. SInoak, Eraost T. Goodnouzb, Grreirriric, S. & Charles E. Hutton. RockrUlc. lad. narold C. Jollry, St. John. Mich. Albert Knlnulo. Gilbert. Minn. Thomas M. Knlsht, Ktmberly, Idaho. Martin G. lhnutn. Detroit, Mich. Frank Jeremiah Ion-, IIa(rrs- town. Md. Gerald IX. Landrrard, Chicago, IIL Frank A. Mataon. Hatflrld. Ark. Jamea Vlrsll liana, LoutsrUlc, Ky. Palmer A. Roye, Farmerrtne, La, Georsre X. Scbrcn. Crystal Sprtaffs, Mlaa. -William H. Shellenbenrer, Troy, Ohio. John P. Sullivan, Butte, Mont. Joseph J. Trowlatea, New York, X. T. Patsy Vance, Dlonl, Italy. Ernest M. Wendell, noughts Lake, Mich. "WUlIam Whitehead. Gleaarrea, laskntehewan, Canada. MISSING IN ACTION. PRISONERS. Ioat. Parr Hooper, Baltimore, Md. Prlrata Joseph Macelra. Havana, WoffliAreHeI?iDgTo Set Wbole Worid Free, Declares Mrs. Wilson The eteetlnr which I am. glad, to send to the women' of our be loved country who are playlaf so large and so noble a part in this day of our supreme test can have but a alncle thought for IU the mo tbe thought that It In all our hearts. .1 "That thought Is that we are sustaining, not a government, but the very principle ef bur nation's life. The morale of the war is In the thoughts- and 'aspirations and hopes of the, women as well as of the men, "They stand at the very center of every Issue Involved, as the men do, and In that sense the war Is theirs. It Is a war for what Is humane and right. They can put all that Is best of them Into the struggle. And' then-are doing ajx "I deeply admire them, and am proud to stand with them. A new glory attaches to the Fourth of July because wa are striving to make the whole world .free, "MRS. WOODnOW WILSON." Beaten, PRISONER. Lieut. Burr W. Leyson, Mass. Previously reported now reported to hava boon slightly gassed and now am doty with company. Private Edward SX. Green, Bristol, Conn. TILLMAN FUNERA L BEING HELD TODAY AT FAMILY HOI The funeral of Senator Benjamin R. Tillman, who died aj the result ef a stroke af paralysis, will bo held at the family home at Trenton, 8. C, this afternoon. The funeral party left Washington last night. It consists of the fol lowing Benators and House members: Senators Smith of 8outh Carolina; Swanson, GalUnger, Lodge. Penrose. Overman, Nelson, Smoot, Pomerene, Fernald. Phelan, Sterling, Owen, Trammel!, and MeKellar. Congressmen Lover, Byrnes, Rags dale, Whaley, NicholU, Domlnlek,and Stevenson ot South Carolina, Padgett, Vinson, Butler, Walsh. Fess, Elliott, Uorgan. Langley, William. Austin, and French. Senator Swanson -will be th new chairman of the Naval Committee of the Senate to succeed Senator Till man. A bitter controversy over the suc cession to the Senatorahlp in South Carolina la certain. Former Gov, Cole L. Blease is actively seeking the nomination. It Is doubtful whether Congressman Lever, who gave us the contest against Senator Tillman at the Instance of the President, can run under the South Carolina law. WHETHER ON 3 WILL TAKE RECESS IS STILL IN DOUBT; The per capita weakly tlsa ef potatoes la Germany is la ojoartsi la Aastrta-Uaaa-ary, S enarta, while la the Ualtaa tutea It Is only i3. Whether Congress shall recM by agreement between the two houses la still unsettled today. w If the President Insists on pasaago of the telegraph and telephone nto tutlon before recess, it is eatirelraB- certain when tii two houses yrtX) oult Though some ef the leaders tcjeV today they lookecT for speedy reeeseu others were skeptical about IL aaef predicted in the end there would, bo no recess except' such as each hptr$ might take for three days at a tlao without seeking agreement ef t&t other house. 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