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8 THE WASHINGTON TIMES: FRIDAY; JULY 26,' 1918. few- NAVY NEEDS 20 HOSPITAL SEY'WEST APPRENTICES The navy today sent out a call for twenty hospital apprentices for duty at headquarters of the Seventh naval -district at Key "West, Fla. Applicants HIl be enrolled at navy recruiting headquarters. 30G TClnth street north Wt, Washington. Pharmacists who have the neccs- iCuiiciira Soap Best for Baby Sa.sSe-Ol.tmmtSaSeL.TttoaSiZVi. Bmsi- "Ccatn&uaa irt by -umcui, urpc c ixmot. -IMPORTANT NOTICE- girls AND WOMEN TRAVERS SHOES. IN OUR OWN -FACTORY AT CANAL AND PLUM STREETS, CINCINNATI, OHIO. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO OPPORTUNITIES. v- FOR THE WOMEN OF JHIS TO BUY THEIR OXFORDS AND PUMPS HERE IS A REAL-SHOE OPPORTUNITY SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE OF EVERY TRAVERS SHOE INTHE Sf"l,0K HOUSE w Hirr.0 AT Be ture BABY'S FIRST Notr the little heir of the house will use up more energy than ever. And thefneed for nutritions, sustaining food during the sultry days of summer becomes supremely important. Eagle Brand will relieve you of all worry about hot weather milk contarrination. It is always pure, dependable and uniform. Then too it allows you to gp away in summer without changing baby's diet, for you can obtain Eagle Brand everywhere. When Nature's food is insufficient, use Eagle Brand the pure and easily-digested infant food which has stood the test of actual use through sixty torrid summers. You will find it economical, too. At better groceries and drug stores. BORDEN'S Borden Building, sary qualifications may be enrolled as hospital apprentices first class. Other men who have high school training arc ellgiblo for admission as second class hospital apprentices. Seventy-nine men were, accepted for various grades of service at the loca recruiting headquarters last weeK. TO ADDRESS SERVICE CLUB. Through the courtesy of the Ital Ian Military Mission. Lieut David A. Costantlnl, of the aeronautics divis ion, will address the officers and members of the United Service Club of America tonight. Lieutenant Cos tantinl will tell of his three years at the front and show son pictures never before exhibited in this coun try. TVant to start aomethlngt. Well, semre Home vrnr M vines stamps zney will vartir ipem 1st nari sue cesafnl subsidence. ARE NEEDED TO MAKE VISIT US TO DISCUSS THE Travers 314 7tH St. N. W. CITY WHO HAVE WAITED HIGH BOOTS White Ki3. White Buck, Black Patent, Black Kid, Russia Calf, Washable Gray and Ivory Kid, White Nile Cloth. Also Nearly 800 Pairs in Other Styles andLeathers atThis Marked-Down Price in the M -89 . f$usi Nothing: Priced Higher the Eagle it on the label." u CONDENSED MILK HAPPENINGS IN Summertime Activities of Society Officials Take a Vacation During the Congressional Recess. T HE President and Mrs. Wilson and Miss Margaret Wilson attended the performance at B. F. Keith's Theater last evening. The Secretary of War and Mrs. Newton D. Baker have as their ruests Mrs. Baker's brother. Ralph Leopold, and her cousin. Miss Elizabeth Frees, nf Pottstown. Pa. Mrs. Baker Is nnllnir today In Clarendon. Va, Mrs Baker will sing several new selections next Tuesday evening; at the United Service Club or America in Dupont circle. Mr. Leopold will play her accompaniments. Argentine Editor Feted. Tlr. Joreo A. Mitre, editor of La Naclon. a, leading dally of Buenos Aires, who has been the guest of the Argentine ambassador at the cm bassr here, went to New York for the luncheon yesterday given by the Tan-American Society in his honor. Dr Mitre will return to Washing ton the first of next week. Madame Mitre, who accompanied him to this country. Is the guest of Madame Naon. wife of the Argentine ambas sador, at her cottage at Buena Vista Springs. i Commander Charles Theodore Jew ell, U. S. N., entertained a company of young people at dinner last even ing at the Club de Vingt. Mrs. Don ald Washburn chaperoned tho party. Breckenrldgo Long, Third Assistant Secretary of State, had a party of ten men dining with him, and Mr. Ersklne entertained In compliment to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Chad- bourne, Jr. other club members who gave din' ner parties were Mr. and Mrs. Thoro- Blacden. Miss Harriet i-ccKnara nfl (-untaln Itleh. Mr. and Mrs. A'K- sel Wichfeld and Mr. ana Airs, .rower H. B. Frellnghuysen had supper Bar- ties after the theater Visit St. TnuU Senator Frank B. Kellogg . has joined Mrs. Kellogg-at their home In St, raui. to remain until tho latter part of August. Senator James W. Wadswo?rth. ir is at Geneseo, N. Y. with Mrrj. Wads worth for the period of the Congres sional recess. At Atlantic City-. Senator and Mrs. Warrn G. Hard ing, of Ohio, are in Atlantic City for a visit and are stopping-fat the Tray, more Hotel. Mrs. Alexander Macay-Smlth. and Miss Virginia MacKs-sraun, wno are at their summer; home at Seal Harbor. Me- have rrith them Mrs. Maekav-Srclth's daurhter. Mrs. Will iam Bell Watklns, Ot westiown. r-a. John Barrett, director general of the Pan-American Union, who is In New York for a 'orlef visit. Is stop ping at the Astor HoteL MaJ. Gen. Geftrgp W. Goethals, TJ. S. A, is also among the guests at the Astor. Mrs. Ollle James Is staying, in Baltimore to. be near Senator James, who Is at Johns Hopkins University Hospital. The Senator is slowly re covering from a long and serious ill ness and, as soon as he Is conva lescent, Mrs. James will accompany htm to Atlantic City. Return From Battle Front. Capt. Fairfax Downey, U. S. A- and Capt. George F. Downey, jr., U. S. A., sons of Col. and Mrs. George F. Downey, of Washington, have re turned to this couatry after spending six months with the Twelfth field ar tillery on the western front. Capt. G. F. Downey, Jr- is now the guest of his aunt. Mrs. Fairfax Landstreet, at Southampton, L. I. Mrs. Downey, who went to New York to meet her sons and was the guest of Mrs. Land street, has returned to Washington accompanied by Capt. Fairfax Downey. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Moreland will STEP COMPANY New York n aaaaaaaaaaaaaatJaaLaaal BBBBBBBBBBBB?"Htwi!2BBBrYBBBBBBBBBB tr .:nWjBBSvSBK QreraSBTBTBTSBBTi mmm3k'1m asssLLLVVsK' 'iv S4 JbVbLLLLLLH Baaaaaaaaak-OfiBatiKaaaaaaaaaaaaaa sH i&M$f$ RjbM wSml 1 . Iff -iMaWMaaaaaaaSBMi MBS MICHAEL McNAMEE, Wife of Colonel McNamec, com mandant at Fort Myer, Va. arrive in tpwn today, and after. a brief visit to Mrs. Moreland's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George T. Marye. will go to White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., taking Miss Helen Marye with them. After a visit to Mrs. John F .Bodgers at York Harbor, Me., in August. Mrs. Marye will ac company Mr. Marye to Whfte Sulphur In September. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cans entertained at dinner and a box party at the Be lasco Theater last evening in compli ment to CoL Frank A. Barton, who Is their guest. Mrs. Johnston, wife of Brig. Gen. John A. Johnston. U. S. A., has gone to New York, and is a guest at the Belmont Hotel. Mrs. Carl Joerlssen has gone to White Sulphur Springs. W. Va.. to re main through the summer. Mr. Joerls sen expects to Join her in August. H. E. Yorke. of the British mission. and Georges Geoffrey, attache of the French high commission, are expected at the springs next month. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wayne Parker and Cortland Parker, 3d, of Washing ton and New York, and Mrs. W. II. Futzhugh Lee are among recent ar rivals at the resort. Mrs. Amos Fries, wife of Colonel Fries. Engineer Corps, U. S. A., now In France, has arrived at Los Angeles. Cal., and Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Walte. Colonel and Mrs. Fries were stationed at Washington Bar racks for a long time. Mr. and Mrs. Emmons S. Smith have gone to the Maplewood Hotel In the white Mountains to join their son. Emmons S. Smith. Jr.. a lad of 18 who is making his mark as a golfer. Mr Smith, sr.. is president of the Columbia Country Club of Washing ton . Mr and Mrs William T Quentell of New York have taken possession, for the next few months, of the house 1706 Twenty-first street, formerly oc cupied by Lieut. Col. Godfrey II. Mac Donald, U. S. A., and Mrs. MacDonald, and have with them their daughters. Miss Gladys Quentell and Mlsx Olga Quentell. Miss Gladys Quentell has recently been the guest of Miss Olive Graef. but has now Joined her family. Capt. Alexander Wheeler, 312th Cavalry, U. S. It., will entertain at dinner on tomorrow evening at Fort Myer, before the usual weekly hop held In the Administration Building. Envoy Msltlng Here. The newly appointed American minister to Honduras, T. Sambola Jones, of Baton Itouge. La. is "spend ing a few days in Washington at the Kbbltt. on his way to his new post of duty. Mrs. Edward N. Hurley, wife of the chairman of the United States shipping board, accompanied by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Raymond Hur ley, left for Chicago last evening, where she will spend a fortnight with her children at their new home Lieut Raymond Hurley Is now on If your ey ore nllKm-c. far Blunted or ncamlcbtrd. we rnn eorrretly examine them and make up the deflelency with nceurnerly Otted glnues. FICtlnE clniwr for IS years. Thin one line ex clusively. Sun Glasses, 50c Up QUALITY OPTICAL CO., 438 Oth ST. N. W. SOCIETY duty overseas and his wife will re main In Chicago through the sum mer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Meexn. of this -city, who were married in Now York on June 26, are at the Plaza In New York. After a visit with Mrs. Meem's sister, Mrs. Richard Dana Skinner, at her summer place at Manchester-by-the-Sea. Mr." and Mrs. Meem will return to Washing ton next week, and will be at home at the Mendota after August 1. atrs. Meem was Miss Louise Hill, of this city. Mrs. Archrbata4racle will spend the month of Anjuit at the-Newport Hotel. Bar Harbor. Me.'? Mrs. Fairfax Harrison limine guest of her aunt. Miss Cary, at Bar Harbor. . Senator and Mrs. Oscar Uridenrood have gone to their home in Alabama. where they will remain during the Con. cresslonal recess. Senator and Mrs. AUee Poraerene. who went to their home at Canton. Ohio, at-the beginnlnr of the recess, will return to Washington about the ZOth ori AUfUSU Ball Game For D. A. It. A baseball game for the benefit of the D. A. n. Red Cross wool fund will bo played on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at tho American League park by teams rrom Camp Meigs and the Army Medical School. Music will be furnished by the Camp Meigs Band. Mrs. Clarence R. Edwards and Miss Bessie Edwards will leave Washing ton next week for Niagara Fails, to visit Mrs. Edwards' mother, Mrs. Porter. They will remain away until Sep tember, when they will return and be at the residence. 1S2S Kli-htnth street, of which, they -recently took. possession. Mrs. Samuel McRoberts, wife of Colonel McRoberts; of the Ordnance Corps, has gone to Bar Harbor to pass the remainder of the summer. Captain and Mrs. Clarence Critten den Calhoun, who spent a few days at the Washington Hotel, left Wash ington yesterday by motor for the latter's summer home at Princeton. N. J. They came to Washington on Tuesday from Blue Ridge Summit, where they had spent much of their honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun (the latter formerly Mrs. Barker Gummere) will stop In "Washington. on tneir way to White Sulphur later in the season. U. S.DEDICATES HER F. PHILADELPHIA, July 20 America demands commercial as well as politi cal freedom for small nations, and to this end she will continue her strug gle for world-wide democracy, even after German militarism fias been crushed and the after-the-war trade competition begins. This was the message of Edward 11. Hurley, chairman of the United States shipping board, to diplomatic representatives of the Latin-American republics at the vast Hog Island ship building yards, near here, today. Dedicated To Freedom. Mr. Hurley declared that the great emergency fleet that Is now being turned out at the numerous ship yards of the country Is being dedi cated to freedom: that after It has served its immediate purpose or de feating the common enemy to civili zation. It will be equally effective as fin Instrument of an enduring peace. 'President Wilson has demonstrated to the world that the people of the United States are not flBhtlng for the permanency of their own liberties alone, but for the liberty of civilization every where," said the speaker. "The unselfish purpose of this country In the present war Is recognized, I think, by the peoples of the nations you repre sent. The United States, mobilizing all Its strength against the German govern ment. Is fighting for Its own protection, and for your protection. Even Germany recognlres the fact that the United Stites has no desire to extend Its own dominion." The diplomatic party came to Phila delphia from Washington this morn ing on a special train at the Invita tion of the Shipping Board and the Emergency Fleet Corporation. The party Innched at the dining room of the American International Corpora tion. The arrival of the diplomats at the shipyards was greeted by cheers of the thousands of workers. Na tional airs of the various republics were played by the Hog Island Band. Dnllnra nnd Determination spell Doom for the Kaiser buy War Sav ings Stamp. Better to have War Satlngs stamps. In your safe than the bloodstained hands of (he Kaiser's hordes at your throat. KHoofcwarb New York SHIPS TO RFFM1 -j DEGLARES HURLEY Washington Closed All Day Every Saturday During July, and August I Other Days, Store Opens i- Have You Seen Tliis Dssing: Boyl riu--" - v wftSssssavsl mHIIIIK ""Mwtttmk iHHIIH Ir -JJBBp$wx PJHHbH aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVLBflrC' - .dBBtaBfth LbH HHbwJ aaaflaaflMHsBf bbbbbH LLbLhbLbLbhBBkS lBBlJ9BBBBBn JOHN CARE, Thirteen, years old, who disap peared from ills-home at Easton, MiL, June 24, and is believed to be In Washington seeking work. His mother, Mrs. Clra. Care, has asked the police to And the boy. TO BE READY OCT. 1 ANNAPOLIS. Md- July 36. The Secretary of the Navy baa authorized rush work on the "new south wing of Bancroft Hall in order that a portion of It, at least, -will be completed by October I. six months In advance of the time agreed tipon between the representatives of the Government and Miller A Co., the contractors. The east wing will be completed at the same time. The completion of the east wing and partial completion of the south wing means that there will be accommoda tions at the Naval Academy for at least 3O0-'rnor 'students than esti mated, or actually room for 866 ad ditional In Bancroft Hall. This means that there will be a larger class of reserve officers when the new scho lastic year opens at the Academy. Some time ago It was estimated that on account of lack of space and the greatly Increased number of mid shipmen, not more than 300 or 330 reserve officers would be taken for the Intensive course. Now It Is quite possible that the class the fifth will reach 600 or more. , The body of midshipmen will reach about 2 J 00, by much the largest class which has ever been in the Academy. 17 F LSHEVI STOCKHOLM, July 26-Tho so viet pan-executive council has placed its approval on the execu tion of former Czar Nicholas, it was learned hero, today. Chairman Sverdloff announced at a meeting of the council that offi cial notification of the execution had been received from the Ural Soviet, adding: "The Moscow government had planned to give Nicholas a trial for his crimes against the people, but efforts of monarchists to kidnap the former Czar made his execution in evitable." The pan-executlres then passed the fol lowing resolution: "We recognize that the execution of Nicholas was absolutely correct." Everdloff also told the council that the body had come Into possession of valu able documents taken from the former ruler. Including his own diary and that of the former Czarina, and also corre spondence between tho former Czar and the monk, Rasputin, and between the Czarina and the monk. This will all be published shortly. It was said. The press of Russia. Including the Socialist newspapers, is condemning the execution, declaring it cruel and unnecessary. Nicholas, they point out. was harmless, and they declare that the Bolshevik claim that the Czecho-Slovaks were planning to kid nap him was made for the purpose of discrediting the Czechs and also to excuse the execution. Reports have reached here that the Grand Dukes Ingor Konstantlnovitch, Kanetantln Konstantlnovitch, and Sergei MIchaelovitch have been kid naped from AlpayevsV after a severe battle with Red Guards. & Xotbrop Paris Tomorrow and 9: 5 A. M., Closes 6 P.M. t. .,. t lt BANCROFT HALL -AT NAVAL SCHOOL ZA .' EXE N ULLY APPROVED BY U - l CENTRAL CROWDED; BOARD RESTRICTS STUDENT BODY Restrictions for entrance to Cen tral High School because ot over- rrnwrilncr frtr fnfailias. wi. . changes affecting the organization m Kumiouirauoa or local hlgn school, were made by the Board of Education yesterday at Its regular meeting. Limited restrictions proposed to re lieve the strain at Central High School are as follows: "All students promoted from the eighth grade to the high school to take academic work who live nearer the Western High School than "the to the former school. "Students entering the high school through the high school admission board shall nnt h Bittmaii a ..- tral llfcrh &fii,l ott..,, wfc - rial hardship would result from such nsaianuicnt. r&nilfr f,nm -a .1 TTI V School to Western High School jnay do mob oi students entering the Cen tral High School who can convenient ly reach the Western High School. Another Important measure adopted by the Board of Education waa the appointment of & special committee to redraft the fraternity rule in such form aa to male ltfnt-n M.. wi. out reasonable doubt. 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