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THE WASHINGTON TBEES: TUESDAY: SEPTEMBER 5: 191S.
2T I BRITISH ULTIWIATUIVI SENT TO BOLSHEVIK (Continued from First rase.) sacked and all papers destroyed. Sim ilar attacks, it is found, are Immi nent. French Ilnllrtinc Knfrrrd. "The French embassy and French military missions building had al ready been entered, but the papers had been removed previously. Word of the British cabinet's decision has been sent to the Soviet commissary tpr foreign affairs." Captain Cromle, the naval attache rho was killed, commanded the Brit ish submarine E-13, which operated In the Baltic in 1315. sinking a cruis er, a dcstrocr. and ten merchantmen. AMERICANSREE TOWARD FRONTIER Americans are fleeing Russia. The State Department today recelr ed word from the American consuls at Helslngfcrs and at Stockholm to this effect. According to the report from the latter place forty officers and .members of the American consular forces In Russia, forty Y. M. C A. jforkers. twenty-five employes of the T'etrograd branch of the National City Hank, -two Red Cross officials -and fifteen- other Americans are en route from Fetrograd via the Russo-Finnish frontier, on a special train. The Helsingfors message says that they already- have reached Finland. .which they are crossing In a special train, and that they are due at Hapa- FURS OF DISTINCTION Take Advantage of These Great Savings on Furs Buy Now and Pay Less AH Our Furs Are Guaranteed A Deposit Reserves Any Fur or Coat Until Desired An attractive selection of fur coats and sets, suitable for the school and college wear. Also chil dren's fur sets. :,WM. rosendorf; 1213 G Street N, W. Opposite Dulin &. Martin's oP SCHOOL TOGS For "Tots To many mothers of Washington the re opening of school is synonymous with a visit to Kafka's. Kafka's is the shop supreme for young folks' wear, and never was this fact so apparent as right now rhen we are showing new things for school days. Tub Dresses. Serge and Silk Dresses. Coats for the little tots, 2 to 6 years. Coats for the girls to 14 years, Middy Skirts. TKafka'S randa "about September 4." There have been renewed wholesale arrest of British subjects in Fetrograd and Moscow. American Consul General Poole is reported as having remained In Petro grad to assist hU colleagues there. RUSS FORECAST MURDERS AMSTERDAM, Sept. 5. The Mos cow correspondent of the Frankfurter Zeltung reports that a member of the Soviet has asserted that the Russian government contemplates Informing the entente countries that any further attempts upon the lives of Russian government officials will be countered by attempts upon entente statesmen in their own countries. The same correspondent is quoted as saying that It has been declared in Soviet circles that General Boris Savlnkoff organ ized recent crimes against high per sona in Russia. SOVIET ARRESTS BRITISH While Bolshevlkl at Fetrograd were 'killing Cromble,' British naval attache, arresting the British embas sy staff and sacking the embassy there, arrests bf British off Iclals were beln made In Moscow, State Depart ment advices said today. information concerning the anti British outrages came from Consul Hayncs at Helslngfors, under date of September-it. Other department advices were that approximately 150 American con4ul,.missions, nationals, Italians andBel'slans, were crossing Finland from Rurtsta, in special trains, due at Ilaperaude September 4. Stockholm reported that' this party, en route to Stockhdlm.' contained forty American officials, forty Y. M. C A. workers, forty-five of the staff of the Na tional City Bank, of Sew York, two Red Cross workers and fifteen oth era. "The House of Fashion" rHlC DRESSES AND SUITS That appeal to the smartly dressed Miss who desires charming style and individuality of design in her .clothes, Choice Models at prices ranging from 57.50 to $25 oonee; Baltimore-Washington-NewYork 2115 G SLN. W. to Teens Coats for the misses and flappers. Middy Blouses. New Hats for the children. All sizes for school and dress wear. Very mod erately priced. "3F at Beittb y MAY REIT E SEPT. 12 Iocal draft officials today announc ed that men subject to call under the new man-power bill and who expect to be out of the city on registration day. September 32. may register with their local board hero before their departure. This is being done to ac commodate the large number of Gov ernment clerks who arc going out of the city on their vacation and per sons leaving the city on business. In cases where a man who claims Washington as his residence and is in another city on registration day. ha may register with a draft board in the city wherein he Is located and the card will be mailed to his local board here. Registration cards have already been received from Washington men engaged in work with the Emergency Fleet Corporation in Philadelphia and wish to credit Washington with their registration. SOLONS REGISTER Five' Congressmen from Indiana who voted against exempting mem bers of Congress from military serv ice complied with the new man power law yesterday when they reg istered at the city postodicc. They are Congressmen Oscar E. Bland. Richard N. Elliott. Albert II. Vestal. Fred S. Furnell. and Everett Sanders, all from Indiana. They are the first to register out of 125 mem bers of Congress under forty-six years of age. By registering, the Congressmen are not made liable to military duty. The new bill carries an amendment which requires all members of Con gress to register, but automatically exempts them. The five Congressmen left the Capi tol for the postodicc together. Their cards were mailed to their draft boards in their home cities after be ing properly filled out. N. Y. DRAFT RAIDS Charging that the government Is trying to terrorize the American people. Senator Johnson of Califor nia, today scathingly denounced the recent draft raid In New York, when 30.000 men were arrested. Johnson's bitter speech followed criticisms of the raid by Senators Chamberlain, Calder, and Gore. All declared It an outrage, totally out of harmony with American ideas, and likely to do more harm than good. "The law of suspects, the law ot the French Revolution, has come Into our lives," said Johnson, reading tn ac count of the raid from a New York newspaper. "Unless I told you where this thing occurred, you would never believe it was in the Unltl otate. You'd say It never could happen In free America in terrorized Prvssla it might. What's the reason for it? "Terrorism the terrorism that pre vents any American newspaper today saying what it thinks, tnat Keeps loy al citizens from voicing their honest viws en rostrum or In public "These men were rounded up and herded in a bull pen becaue some extra-judicial authority suspected that they were in the draft age. Many of them were taken because they looked old enough or young enough to be within the draft limits, when in fact they were not The yhad to stay in captivity until they could prove their ages. Grow ye your own gray whisk ers now, we well preserved men who look as though ye might be within the draft age. or you II go to the bull pen." SENATOR REGISTERS Senator Henderson, Nevada, reg istered today by mall under the new draft law. He is the first member of the Senate to register. Senator Hen derson Is forty-four years old. E The celebration of the Jewish New Year begins tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock with the Rosh Hashana, which will be continued to 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Itabbi Simon will deliver addresses at the Kighth Street Temple at both services Memorial kervices will be held in the Hebrew cemetery on Sunday morn ing at 10:a0 o'clock Rabbi George Silverstonc will rpcak at the Israel Congregational Church at Fifth and R streets, on Sunday morning, and at the Georgetow n Congregational Church In the afternoon. September 0 occurs the Fast of Guadallah. September 10 Is the Day of Atonement (Vom Klppur) which. with the possible exception of the Jewish New Year Day, is the most rigidly observed of all the Jewish religious rites. This day Is devoted to worthlp and all manner of work Is forbidden. The Day of Atonement occurs on the tenth day of the seventh month in tbe Jewish calendar. On September 21 win bo celebrated the Feast of Tabernacles, commemo rating the dwelling of the Israelites in booths during the pa.ss.age through the wilderness. The Feast of Taber Jiaclos lasts from Friday evening, September 20, until the Feast of the Eighth Day, on September 27. ARMY NEEDS HARD BflEAD. To keep up with the demand for hard bread for the army, the War De partment announced that the quarter master's department has requested bakers to stimulate the production of this commodity At present the pro duction has reached TOO 000 cartons packed In tin cases and 200,000 cartons in waxed paper Swift A- Company's a of fresh b.ef la Whlnton. D. C. for tho vtk endlnc Ratttrdav. Anrtl.t 11. 141 ...r.p-f, 97 94 UNDER M DRAFT SENATORS ASSAL JEWISH N WYEAR BEGINS TOM ORROW cents pes ponnrl. idvu HAPPENINGS IN President Receives Visitors From Greece John Barrett to Give Reception Society at the Resorts THE PRESIDENT will receive the Archbishop of Athens, Meledloa Medaxakls, and Mr. N. G. Kryiadkldes, who are at the head of the mission which Is lay ing the foundation for an archdioceso of the Greek Orthodox Church In America, at the White House today. They will be accompanied by the Min ister of Greece, Georges Roussos, and the secretary of the legation, Spero X. Constantinldl. The archbishop and his suite will leave Washington tomorrow evening or Saturday morning for New York, where a brilliant reception will be given In their honor on Saturday by the Greeks of New York. Mr. Roussos. who will attend the Lafayette Day celebration in New York tomorrow, .rnrrti tn leave town tonight, and Mr. Constantlndl starts tomorrow for Boston to eb gqne several days. John Barrett, director general ot tho Fan-American Union, will give an Informal reception at the Pan-American Union this afternoon at 0:30 o'clock In compliment to Sir Maurice de Bunscn. ncaa 01 a u""" commission, which Is en route home ... ......nil.hlnr Imnnrtsnt WOrK SUIT a.vuitipn.io -- , . in a commercial and financial way in South America. Sir Maurice n" in the British diplomatic service forty I.-U .-. Imnnptitit nOStfl years, nan ncm ... .......... .- -- and was his country's ambassador to Austria-Hungary wnen int i broke out. Members of the dlplo- .. - .n hif-H nrnelAls of the State Department will be present at Mr. Barrett's reception. This evening Henry White, for many years In the diplomatic service of the United States, will give a din ner In honor of Sir Maurice and the members of his mission; and last evening they dined with Thomas Beaumont Hohler. secpnd counselor of the British embassy, who had a distinguished company to meet them at the Metropolitan Club. The Sec retary of State. Mr, Lansing, and the French Ambassador, M. Jusserand, u -Mnnw 1ia ft,t whfl ftlso In- CIC tt.l.uu,. tut- a....-.. .. . eluded diplomatic representatives of South and central American cumi trics. The French Ambassador and Mme. Jusserand, who will attend the La fayette Day celebration In New York tomorrow evening, will leave town tomorrow morning. Members of the French High Commission will also go to New York to be present at tho ex ercises. Envoy's Wife Sponsor. Countess di Cellere, wife of the Italian ambassador, will be sponsor for the Flave, a new merchant ship which is to be launched at noon Sat urday at Kearney's Point, N. J. Count ess di Cellere will arrive In town to morrow from her summer home at Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., and will go to New York, accompanied by the am bassador, to attend the launching. They are expected back In Washing ton on Sunday evening. The American Minister to Sweden and Mrs. Ira Nelson Morris were the guests In whose honor Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F, Logan entertained at luncheon at the Willard today. The' distinguished company to meet them Included prominent officials and mem bers of the French and Italian mis sions. Ttif!j talilnn TMM.V rf thl. Uni ted States Supreme Court. Mrs. Pit ney and Miss Beatrice Pitney, who are motoring through New England, have arrived at the Equinox House, Man chester, Vt. Sirs. Melean at Springs. Mrs. Edward Beale McLean has gone to White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., where she expects to remain a month. She Is accompanied by her two smsll sons. Vincent Walsh Mc Lean and John R. McLean, 2d. Mrs. McLean's third child, born late In July, is at Friendship with his nurses. Senator and Mrs. Oscar W. Under wood are in New York, where they went to meet Capt. Oscar W. Under wood, Jr., on his return from France. They are expected back in Washing ton today or tomorrow. Mrs. Oscar W. Underwood, jr., is also In New York to meet Captain Underwood, and they are at the Wolcott Hotel for several days. Mrs. Blaine Beale has Joined the Washington colony at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.. and Is at the Green brier Hotel for a visit. Returns From Cleveland. Gen. Emlllo Gugllelmottl, military attache of the Itallnn embassy, baa returned to Washington after a brief vl.lt to Cleveland. Mr. Richard Hooker has leased her residence, 1814 Jefferson place, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pratt, of New York, for the coming season. Mr. Pratt is with the War Trade Board. CoL Arthur Pakenham, of the Britli-h army. Is the guest of Capt. and Mrs. Terry Belmont at Newport, 'apt.iln and Mrs Belmont will keep Belcourt open for some time, having clfiided to spend the early autumn at Newport Mrs. Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte has arrived in New York by motor after spending the summer at New port and on the North Shore, and has Joined Mr. Bonaparte at the Rltz C'arlton Hotel. They expect to come to Washington shortly.' Going to the Coast. The Cuban Minister and Madame de Cospedes, accompanied by Countess Rlna Catelll, of Italy, will leave Washington the end of the week for Atlantic City, where they will spend several weeks, going later to Asbury Park. Countess Castelli returned to Washington yesterday from New York, where she has spent a few days. The Rele-lan MlnlBt.r r A. rai Ha Marrhlfnn r.ttirn.ri fn V7--I.I.-. ton yesterday from Chicago, where he anenaea uie ceieDrauon on Labor Day. Senora de Zaldlvar, wife of the minister from Salvador, returned to Washington yesterday from the North, wlrere she has spent the summer. The minister, who has spent the sum mer in his own country, will return In the fall. Congressman and Mrs. James R. Mann are at the Traymore Hotel, Atlantic City, for a stay of several weeks. Miss Sally McAdoo. daughter of the Secretary of the Treasury, left the city yesterday for the White Sulphur I -V 'A y.ffif I A rfr.-fcft V ,,- :i tf t, jtX 4 pp - -v t) rv1? jp- ' Jo SENORITA LUZ CHAMORRO. Daughter of the Minister o'f Nicara gua. Springs, where her father has a cot tage for the season. Miss McAdoo came to Washington early, this week w ith Miss Helen Carusl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Carusl, from Camp Aberna, at Belgrade Lakes, Me, where they have been camping for some weeks. Visiting In New York. Mrs. Lewis Nixon and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Stanhope Wood Nixon, are at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, New York, for a brief visit. Major Wlnthrop Murray Crane, ordnance department, U. S. A sta tioned In Washington. Is passing n ten days' leave wlth Mrs. Crane In Dalton, Mass. Bauldwln Dade Drane will cele brate tbe anniversary of his nine tieth birthday on Monday evening, September 9, at the John JJlckson Home. Capt. Archibald Roosevelt, first of the four sons of Col. and Mrs. Theo dore Roosevelt to be wounded In ac tion, arrived at the family home at Sagamore Hill, Long Island, yester day afternoon after surgeons at the 9 ue4 fe. W-S Gold Crowns and Bridgework $5.00 Member Federal Start Now Save Systematically BE prepared to profit by the in vestment opportunities that are sure to come your way from time to time. Open, an account with this Bank, add to it systematically, and when you are ready to invest your money consult our officers freely. Checking Accounts Savings Accounts Interest Paid on Deposits GdntinentalTrust Co. Nathan B. Scott, Pr&3tderrt: FDur.iEenih.at H Street SOCIETY army base hospital at Williams bridge, tn the Bronx, had given him an overnight leave so that he could meet his five-month-old son. Archie, who was torn In Boston while Cap tain Roosevelt was In France. Mrs. Roosevelt, who was Miss Grace Lockwood. of Boston, came to Wash ington, expecting to meet Captain Roosevelt at the home of his brother-in-law and sister. Congressman and Mrs. Nicholas Longworlh. but has tened back to New York when she received word that he had been di rected to proceed to the base hospital at Willlamsbrldge. She went straight to tbe hospital, where she found Col onel and Mrs. Roosevelt, and they all motored to Sagamore Hill as" soon as arrangements were completed for Captain Roosevelt's leave. r Will Be Nurse Ja France. Mrs. Thomas R. Patterson will ar rive In Wa'shlngton on'Monday for a few days' visit on her way to New York, whence she will "all for CiniAA tr sarvn n nifl at (4 Carl th ' the Red Cross. Mrs. Patterson and her mother, 'Mrs. H. M. Cottlngham, made Washington their home last year, but returned. In- the fall to Marietta, oa, their old home. Mrs. Cottlngham will continue to live in Marietta until her daughter's return. Mrs. Patterson will spend part of her time in Wash ington with CoL Clarence Connor. U. H. A., and. Mrs. Connor. Here From Guatemala. Mrs. Rockwell, Loomls, of Retallju leu, Guatemala, where her husband is In charge of the John T. Wright Interests, is visiting herK mother, Mrs. Jane K. Dickson, 201 A street south east. T ,(f frm TTnrrr Tjivmftn have returned to town from Manomet. Plymouth, Mass. The trustees of the Corcoran Gal lery of Art have Issued Invitations for a private view of the exhibition of original war drawing's and litho graphs ny Joseph Pennell on Satur day afternoon, September 7, from 4 until C The public exhibition will continue from next Sunday untU the 29th of this 'month. The Director of the Mint and Mrs. Raymond Baker have leased the home of Dr. and Mrs. Louis C Lehr. at 1627 New Hampshire avenue, for the coming season. Dr. and Mrs. Lehr are both overseas. Mrs. Baker ac companied Mr. Baker to Washington on Tuesday and will return to Lenox today. They will take possession of the house about the end of this month. Miss Joan Ohl left Washington yesterday for Swamscott, Mast, and will be the guest of Miss Ruth Hitch cock at the summer home of her parents. Senator and Mrs. Hitchcock. School Days Again TIME to bsTC the IlHlc one's teeth pot in good shape. For youngsters with good teeth always stand higher In their class. My specialty is fixing children's teeth. Give me a trial. EXAMINATION FREE OF CHARGE. $5.00 m mm UP FILLINGS, Silrer, Gold, Porcelain, $1.00 DR.S.B. JOHNSTON EXPERT DENTIST Velati BIdg. 9th and G Sts. N. W. Phone Main 1711 Hours; 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. neaerve. System. MH BUSy;CORNElCLl!ENNA.lWE.AT 8T.H.ST; Open Dairy, Inetadlns Saturday. Oils to 8 V. M. Why the Crowd A Women's At a Pair Was such Rood news that "they" could'not resist and 'V AH,C ucgu WUUU all this week. iieajiy au sizes ana i ; widths will be found in the ! ; assortment, though the ma :Jori.ty are sample sizes from 3 to 4H in A, B and :C widths. These .represent special !; purchases' secured from ; ; several of the best known ; makers. ITHE LEATHERS ARE: Russia .leather, black i ! kid. ivorv kid. white Ieath- ; er. gun metal calf, patent ! : leather, brown suede, gray : kid, brown kid. and many ; ; others, in fancy effects. Some of these have nov lelty toppings, and both ! uuivun ana lace snoea will be found in the assort- 2 meat. Z TT- .... . nauu -Fourth Floor. . J,500 Short Lengths of Silk From a Well Known Manufacturer Lengths from IV2 to 6 $1.25 I; You know what silks like these would cost you at the j: regular price a yard, and, therefore, can see what an op- ; puiiuuuy u iu icmic uic ;: price: Colored Satin Mescalines Crepe de Chines Georgette Crepes Printed Chiffons And Fancy Silks Kami's Strett Floor. . "MADGE HVANS" HA IS : As Charming as the Whom They tractive little to vou bv 2 if yu are m r-rencn W iwwwwwwnwntrMwwfwwt VOILES p-p-'rp4 ? Remnants of Plain Voiles and Remnants of Printed Voiles Tomorrow Useful A Yard i Lengths 18c Kami's Street Floor. n Crvr- T Jt1rtlMmC Scores of Lengths; I Ud to 10 Sonare Yards RftmlArIv.Sl.25 Off the! ! Roll, also 40 Full Rolls 75c ; ; Felt Base Linoleums, rn iday, 59c Sq yd- A Friday clearing that? brings a value well worth 2 hincr hprp parlv for. Fine 1 1 . -.U..n. rA 1.r 2 ,-lUl Ui ydllClllO aiiU WIUIO. I Kami's Third Floor. 2 'jint4ftrertrrrrmrmmmmmrrrrrrt T Came: Because Sale of High Shoes yards, to go on sale Friday iuiiowiug Kinus ai uus special; Colored Pongees Prated Pongees Colored Taffetas Black Silks I -i'i . ? Little Movie Star for Are Named ; $4.95 'i J!.,, t;1 i! tQi flm w J RSI'' Tv f auba 4 4 ?v ' ' Xj tflnn 1 'J sol'1 lira IV ml 3 jf KX ' fa J 1LP ? ;7 K9 C J b 51 Zrair ' if r Very becoming they are also to Wash-: fngton's young girls just let your at daughter demonstrate this trvin? one on tomorrow when: e sore- reus, veiveieen nais, vel vet Hats, Velour Hats, and Beaver s Hats. rj Priced from $3.95 to $15.00. 5; Kann'a Girl' Store Second Floor. ? Values to 50c a Yd. sssi BRASS BEDS at $15.00 ;; many uiuat-uvc ucaiua I; to choose from, including ; I continuous post, corner ; ball, and straight post ef fects all outside posts are l;two inches in diameter. Choice of bright and satin ;! finishes, guaranteed lac l;quer; .ill sizes. '' Iv Ann's Fourth Floor. . Imnf I Sold Up to $24.95 1 . '