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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, - FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1919.
9 FORTIFIED WA ISLENINE'S HOME D. C. UN TILLS OF "PACKER TRUST" Jap Shipbuilders Study Our Methods r. WASHINGTON?- JRmri New York SAYSHOiillJFrE,.! fill II B 1 n 111 UUI 1 n IIU nUULUHIUDmiHIll LONDON, March 28. Nicholas teniae, the Bolshevik premier of Rus )a, hjur taken possession of the Villa Ostronmof "In a "fashionable Moscow street, which he has converted Into a fortress, according1 to a wireless press dispatch from Berne today. This de scription of Uenine's life has just been secured at Berne from a Russian refugee. Lenlne gives magnificent dinners, entertainments, balls and fetes of all kind. The luxury displayed at the headquarters of Bolshevism surpasses -description. , At every meal a military band is in attendance to amuse- the dictator's guests. .Frequently lie commands ac tresses and dancers to attend and firive free performances' for himself ajd friends. On hese -occasions orgies of indulgence- are enacted. Lenlne is closely guarded by a special hody" of '-soldiers. Some of these are Chinese, some are Iretts, and others are former seamen in the navy. 'This, "bodyguard protects Lenlne from his feneraies and each -section dt the bodyguard protects him -from the others; "the Chinese from the Letts, the Isetts from the Chinese, and the seamftnfrpmtbfttb. - Lenlne oWy Jea&esfihe security of his luxurious retreat" In -an -armored motor car rwjtaarmed guards as an escort - i -, Sis -cilia is .fortified to withstand Attacks &!$. ls-'well .equipped with ma chine guns ana 'artillery. COTjkr'RtJIS OTOU NEWSIES. ATJUtNTA,' Gs. March 28. News bays reitidg thelpapers in the streets, dp not vont4tute a breacH -of the peace, tfecidea Judge-Johnson in po IJce court, turning loose two newsies brought in by a policeman who had Veen disturbed by the "Wuxtrles" call. The Judge was a newsy in his youth. ST. LOUIS, March 28. With busi ness of the convention virtually com pleted, the National Woman Suffrage Association today simmered down to a program of addresses and discus sions. Miss Jessie R. Haver, legislative representative of the National Con sumers League, and national secre tary of the Consumers League of the District of Columbia, was scheduled to tell the convention of the "packers' trust" Miss Haver attended recent sessions of the Federal Trade Commission In Washington, and will detail revela tions of packers' workings present ed them. Suffrage leaders attending the con ventlon were still jubilant today over the reported action of the peace con ference in recognizing women. "It is the most glorious .and demo cratic thing that has jet been done in hastening the day when real democ racy shall prevail inaU countries of the. world," Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, honorary president, declared. BOY US TEACHER :C SB2itfW,iSHBxiflHBP'lHHHnBiHHa r AM Ss 'rmmr WtlwfSflrS'rtmmlffmrt' wrlmktKrMKIIrWiV'VrwFSL' "Tut WK m jSs5s55''PIpaSMi8HBBBiBBES5MF -SBHK . . Mi1ltFSBSJBMgBEro-iHyBBg&jtfiM --'BBmB fS &'Xi& v flSB ?KBHin"HHBflHKiJH a L "iprljviiv. fc J.cSiBBBBQHBBIpBSBBHBBBBBMSBSBBBBBBBBBJPBmr: 4HHyrf XTwHHBMiUBtiH $1 zZi&iSLfs&mmiiiiiiiii KEEP THE CHILDREN WELL TTaleas looked after children are prone to neglect themselves and become con stl paled. Bliss Nature Herb Tablets ate- a. wonderful renledy for constipa tion. Tney act tently on the stomach. 'liver aad bowels, tone up the system. brlag- back the clow of health. Improve le appeuie, ana are -easy to tajce. Take BLISS NATIVE HERB TAB. ,UKTS, and yon will remove the funda ,taentsj caaae of most all ailments, and. 'lay iae zonnaauon xor a neaiiny, cner- uu. sappy existence. Tney are- the ealy recoraised standard Herb remedy, asd the genuine have this trade mark. race per box or 200 tablets. fl.00. Look for money back taarantee on every box. Sold by leading draccicts aad local agents everywhere. -ANN ARBOR,' Mich., March 28. Robert Warner,-nineteen, of ""Jackson, Mich., who yesterday 'fatally shot Miss Irma Calef school teacher, to day said 'wlld Jealousy "must .have made me do It." s Warner and thevdead teacher had been friends for the '-past ten. Tears. Recently, friends say, the teacher re sented Warner's attentions. ' Warner fled after' the shoptlng, .but was arrested three "hours .later, near Manchester, and, according to au thorities, confessed. A party of- Japanese representing the leading shipbuilders, owners and engineering experts of Japan are making. a special' investigation into- the methods used at the Robins Drydock, Brooklyn, in the big job" of gelding a complete new stern on the freighter Lord .Duff erin. This is 'said to be the biggest welding .job eyec-.attempted. Oxy-acetylene. torches are being used to accomplish the work. Sixty feet of the hull was cut-off the freighter wtien she was struck by the transport Aquitania in New York bay. Y. Konishi, S. Sayeshima and I. Taniguchi, members of the party, stated. :that they intend making a tour of inspection through" all the large shipyards in the East, especially the plants of the- Todd Shipbuilding Corporation, in order to learn of methods applicable to the shipyards and drydocks in Japan which are just now m the midstof a boom. .. wo NAVY COTS - VON WRISBERG HEADS FOE MILITARY PCE ENVOYS E DRAFTSMEN'S PAY Ev& Hangs Gibraltar , Rtick Around Artists NeckH Aamits It BERLIN. March, 2SV-TJnder. the - - chairmanship of -General Von Wris TerBT. of the Erjjsslan" JViarrMnlsW.v the following will constitute the"roul tary members of the German peace deleeatlon. it was announced todav: General .Von Hammerstein, military president of the Spa armistice com mission; Major .Von Bock, former member of the crown prince's staff; Lieut. Col. Von AylandeK " of the Bavarian general staff ;Major,.Bpet tlcher, of the Saxo'n general staff," and Captain Geyer, of the Wurtemburg army. - v - Officials of the American Feder ation of Labor, today charged. 4hat some one of the Navy Department .was attempting to beat down the wages of the naval drafting force. They based their charges on a cir cular letter signed by Secretary of the Navy -Daniels; which directs a reduction of-10 per cent in the draft ting force and that-thet drSftamfctf are to be reduced to the grade lower than the one they now occupy "on their own application." Labor officials pointed out that only those who ap plied for demotion would be retained, and they would hold their jobs at a lower wage than the one they ar.v now' getting. I Frank Morrison secretary of- the v:ith Navy Department officials in the next few dayji. NEW YORK,, March 28. The. art ists ialnt pot 6nd a woman a rouge stick are diametrically opposed." "God gives man the gift' of ,art ; Eve and a bab'y carriage takes It away from him." t ' ''Marriage the conventional: 'Rock of Gibraltar that -welghaupwMn'e; artist's soul." Thus spoke William Auerbaca Levy, Greenwich village artist to a gathering of Intimate' friends not long ago. But this was all prior to February. JO, when he startled the' residents of this ultra modern com munltjr, b'y committing the unpardon-j able sin. For Artist Levy fortrot his own sayings and shouldered the Rockfnounclng jnarrlage as the of Gibraltar ;with7 "the assistance ofatU evils. Justice William C. Rungee, of Green wich, Conn. ' The news is just out. ' ' Miss Florence von Wlen, of-Cedar horst. Long Island,a demure Urtle,- t,uucu-utireu; oiue-eyea girl of twenty-twot-ls the one who is respon sible, for the .artist's sudden ohnnra -of mind. . . - Not 'AH Her Fault. "But don't get the idea that vit was all my fault," she .told a reporter. "Billy and I held the same view 'when we first met about three "-months ago, but I was shocked to find so many of our friends who held tne same views .actually oppose our plan. And yet these neonle can alt down and write page after page de- greatest of i Our Windows Reflect Washington's Most Exclusive Footwear ';--!...' Scores of distinctively beautiful models styles that have been introduced to Washington by Hirsh's creations designed exclusively .for us are to be seen, and they are but an index to. the profusionof dainty models which are stock. ".',. ...-.'. ' . --" Colonials Wk fords Original Beautiful Distinctive ffj-fr . - t . 7. iiV i 1- M4 ma If Hi 9 f B BlNk. 1 NKSWj. Pumps m HBBBPB. I v K v ' ' a, - - --,-', , prices. 1 Drawn from , r I actual model. .. ' '' 1 . Jj Drawn from fl actual modcL . 'M 1H1"1V if- Originators 1 HI lUPS 1 IB I KWf L jl) 1 of Shn Stoles WEBSM -JMl HT rag , 1 De Luxe I S ' -,-- r, ,-.t,. . - T 'gb3;iiir;:i.-fti:a;i;,M, ii.iimiiii.i;;-.. m iJ-UioJ'MMMBBiMi--i, , , Zt i -t 'r . The newest shades-the-latest mMH profusidn of the smartest styles of thepftasqfi' -and all at Hirsh's amazingly reasonable " V A - Smart pumps are featured in the grae&ulp new long vamp effects, .charmingly fyfCttk $ onials (with scores of beautiful bucklestifagd v with th6m)'. Trim little oxfords,' stylish-t&hd dressy in all the new shades of kidskin,' in white buck, white Egyptian cloth, In hfefetk colt, gun metaltan and black sued?', tan calf -" -an array of models that excels anyl other In town. - - . v. 1 I"- , The Hirsh Low Price Range of $ si.85 $S.85 $r?M I still believe there's a lot of truth in what they say. though" she Jaughed. "Especially that part about 'the ball and. chain ' . becausn thn J surest way to lose a man Is to put a 4 padlock on his affections and tljrow ftjhe ky,away "TTMy and I could live together every- ort as happily, and perhapa just a little more spontaneously so. if -we'dr ntver gone through that foolish cere mony up m ureenwicn. But, then, -I suppose there'd always be a lot of silly, medieval neonle whnM snv Klm't It. perfectly dreadful!" I AVoulda't Take a Chance. f "Whe.n -a fellow meets the one girl ,in the world It's foolish to take any .chances with, the convenlions," Mr. Levy frankly admitted. J"Even my friend, Joe Kling, who edits the Greenwich Village Pagan, and who is very much averse to marriage,? ad vised me not. in talrn -that- .V. ..,... LThen ,tbere's Barney Galant, manager ia-iuc-ui:iiwicn laeaier, ana JacK 'Charash all "Bitterly opposed to the ytie that binds until they met the -e.ri. "We- didn't Intend to let it get out that we were married, but whit w twer haying a wedding supper at the rFickwJck inn in Greenwich 1 made a rougn s Ketch of Mrs. Levy on th menu and sent it with the announce- .menc 10 a select circle of friends "wjH?m we believed we could trust.. Some one must have betrayed us." Mr. Levy is a former student of tT Natical Academy of Desltm and wnn .the Paris travelinir scholarshin in 101,1. He studied two years -at the Academy of Julian nnri Pcnio io. rBeaux Arts in Paris, and at the nres- lont time conducts a class in etching at ine .national Academy of Design. She's "a Poet, Too. Mrs. William Auerbach Levy is the -younger daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Yon wien, or uetiarhurst, L I. She played the principal role in "The Golden Knight," the first of Harry Kemp's series of playlets to appear at the Little Thimble Theater this season. Mrs. Levy, is also somewhat of a poet, as well as a writer of short stories. Justice William t. Rungee, who brought the idealistic couple down to the plane' of commonplace mortals, is the same rural official who tied the knot for the late Richard Harding Davis and Miss Bessie McCoy, a mar riage that turned out so happily that . even the Idealistic villagers ought to be convinced that It's not such, a bad institution after all! DUBLIN, March 28-Prof. Edward De Valera, head of the Irish republic, declared in a statement made public today that self-determination, for Ire land would be equally advantageous to the Ensclish. It was the first for mal statement he had made since that recently given to the world through the United Press. De Valera, who made his first pub lic appearanco yesterday since his escape from Lincoln prison, visited Lord Mayor O'Nell at the Mansion Hoifse. He gave out a statement later. He said the details of his es cape and where he has been since must remain secret for the present,. Before the "conscription menace," De Valera declared, he would have accepted colonial home rule If It were urged by other nations, now, ne maintained.- tt Is the traquestlonable rleht of every enlightened people to trovern themselves. He aeciarea inatr Ireland claims the right to enter the league of nations as a separate tinlf. Any ' partnership with England, he said, must be voluntary, and England must give Ireland freedom to" emer whatever association with herIre Iand may.dfislre. , -- HTS qOPWHO ?AVEDHIM FROM INDIGNANT HUSBAND CHICAGO, March ih8.-jEllet Lucas' resentment at being arrested, even thouch it had savedUhlnafrom a pro tracted thrashlngrTcaulted jn his ap pearing In police court on two ehargesliistead !o Lbnei ' Accordingto police, Jiucas. .accosted Mrs. Anna McGfeal ie"af hrJ.bom.e. Her husband gave film a sound thrashing, whiehV terminated when Vice Squad Policemen Page and Mil ler arrested Lucas for disorderly con-, duct. i:? . While injureiwcre .being-jattended In? Huron Road Hospital njs'cfearjred, he struck Patrolman Page, breaking his nose. ..Result an additional charge of -assault and battery. ELOPERS ON TRICYGtE Cprr.,ESCAfE,JOLICE 4rWTrTAfcft TCfnAh 2S Tt hrfrt all hw , errnafks'wof an- elopement but the ponce naa to spoil iz aiu two and one-Half years old. of, Evans- tori, and Llllle Dove, of Evanston, aged one and one-half years. LUlie'a mother called up the Evans ton police. "My little girl has dls appeared?" she- cried. Detective Ser geant Charles Paasche was detailed on the case. He found the children eight blocks from hpme, Kenneth en- ergetlcally'tDeralng a, tricycle, with' uune naugmg- hdu oenina. i'aascne steered them homeward. Help bring the Tsoys heme froa Fraaee. War Savtagx Stasapa vrtll do. it. Things to See When You Come Shopping . The Duplex Chamo Gloves The kind that look exactly like suede, and tlteee new fabric gloves wear well, fit well, and wash welE. rhey have a noteworthy feature in that they are nude with that comfortable Bolton thumb you knew the; kiwi that allows entire freedom of motiom without caaataatly ripping at. the bend of the thumb. There are afeadee that match well with the spring frocks, especially' a lovely new shade, a soft creamy gray, called "Buck. Of course there are, white gloves, Jind at the least dis tance youd say they are suede. But once you see the dark- gray Duplex Chamb Gloves -you'll never evea think of asking for Mocha Glovki for general wear. 5?i-i sa$s&e price olf these splendid new glomes thereH terthTour seeing next time you're- w "cwes iur spring thaa. JaiksVTKseahSSkr'which' confes in al tSe' IflrM , ?Lrtt.Thi TilaMn A.i. --u VI J 1 TusSakrSllk. VOarnaw.da marlo fmm T,o oflt- wild .cecobn WW a St' rougher' than other si also ut lS''nsehtnttfl)2J. snl ttrtea-o .l.rt. - -ra. washes, too, a good feature for school frocks. 36 inches -widee pritt j ' a yard, but it.wiU ot weMafnW frocks i ?of fppper material. aJ keep s coIorand beauty as long --as it lasts. Silk Department Second, floor. -; Popular Stockings for Youngsters Both -boys and girlsespecially the smartokbg ones that you, meet out on-the aVenues--areeMig the heavy woolea olf stockiags that come" hVjiavy, lewM. green and heather xnixtures, with a gay -coldrwr -stripe in the band that tarns down at the top. "Worn .with a middy or- reefer, a$da sldrt of wr sergVthese stogk--mgsy. that -leave the knees bare, sjg etreely stylish. You kn.ow some soldiers say thatfthey have foaad th knitted woole socks so comfortable, that they are going to wear them all the time, fo perhaps theiawiwt sters think, the same thing. They cost $l5 aa4SX5 a-palr in the .Hosiery Department, First; floor. C -' - A ',- CtS Jium.mm- JzjBt' 8?fHB5 . f "Bayer T&fclets of spirin American Owned, Entirely I Tayer Cross" origcffuure Tabfcta USESO faA Buy only "Bayer" pkclcages. m mm TV- mr- Aspirin it 4Ee tfide nartot"JBayecManufac tore of Monoacetkacidester of -Salicyljcacjd' Passports, ifrom - Misery! Out' of Patifto Comfort. Kimonos ofjkmed Swiss . J . t mZ m PJength ones, with deep Millars and tarn4 &w? 3 cuffs trimmed with vatenciennes lace, are danrty enough to wear at breakfast any morning. They, have pleats down the 'back and front, and a satm ribbon sash ' to match the color of the dot pink- or blue. Brked 47.5. Underwear Department Third fleer, t - , ' V h . f .- '-1-. with 1 seed O Is Maintained 4 .lid f t ssf-. SHOESTORES 1026-28-P St N.W Out of the Hifi Rmt District ILK SHIPPERS For Headache Golds Neuralgia Grippe ' Earache Influenzal Colds Toothache N6orittr." Gum Pain- ,JLanj&Back : Lumbago., Joint-Pains Rheumatism Pain 1 'Pain! Adults Take one or two "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" anytime, with water. If tieces- I sary, repeat dose three times a aay, aner meais. - - Always insist upon "Bayer Tablets of Aspiin.,, Quick. Relief with Safety! 20 cent package, also burger sizes. Ihc original world-famous tablets. CALL OFF STRIKE , FREDERICK, Md.. March 28. The 'threatened and pending' milk ship pers' strike of Frederick county has been called off. Farmers, supplying the Walker Hill Dairy. Washington, have accepted a compromise price of $3.75 per hundred pounds for milk for April, pending the drafting of a new schedule of rates. W. A. .Simpson, proprietor of the dairy, had reduced the price from ?4 per hundred pounds, to $a.50. which action resulted in a threatened county-wide strike. The f-eUlemcnt was reached yes terday afternoon at a meeting of the Frederick County Dairymen's Asso ciation at the courthouse. ADVERTISEMENT MY POOR FEET FULL OF CORNS miI'Moxaire: houseman dies. MAMARONECK, N. Y., March 2S J. Campbell Thompson, millionaire horseman died at his home, Xestlc down farm, early today from a stroke of apoplexy. Walking Was Agony to Dance Impossible Hurt Even While Sitting Down. "How I suffered with corn- Thy ached and throbbed so ball I could hardly sleep. I soaked them, powder ed them, wore big shoes, tried every thing, but until I heard about the new O'Joy Corn Wafers, I suffered agony. N'ow I'm delighted dance, walk, nin like a kid. O'Joy Corn Wafer are simply wonderful, that's all." No more bulky, doughnut shaped pads or burning acids. Stick an O'Joy Wafer on the corn. They are as thin as paper. Fit perfectly. Put the shoe back on. and in a day or so. out comes the corn. O'Joy Corn Wafers are sold here by People's Drug Store3 and good druggists everywhere six for a dime. Your money back 'if a single wafer fails. j - i ! .W .r. r tt . m y - J m iz is nara to Arranae a Part&u Bouquet . 3& OO-Bfi So that the lovely flower faces, -ynth their VoB3crfuI ' colorings, show to best advantage unless you use a flower block those convenient Kttle roand bits ef glass that nave holes into which yon stick the. flower steias. A new shipment of flower blocks JbrouschJ-ve &ee, " hpId-feHsix to twenty1 blossoms. CHassearJDeMrt . jneat, Fifth; fleorL,--- .'- . -vw-'j Mahogany Tea Wagons for$W.50 A .. CA. A .Are mucn xo oe desired. And tney arejp wagons, too, fitted with removable glass-bottomed and a. commodious under-snelf.. The wheels are jak tired, and you nave cnoice of two styles to in the Furniture Department, Sixth floor. Tea Wdgdnsofowitlteei Fibre for $15.00 ' & Have theremovable glass bottomed tram cretonne, and' besides the broad bottom shel J t 1 m fc L . V nore, xnere are two small sneives, conveniently. Dlaed, f K that wfll hold, afl the needfuls 'of xtfea.timS.jiMjfer- Prettii Frocks for Hot Weather Days -; : WilX be,made from that old-fashioned new fabric "GRANDMOTHER CHINTZ," which is having ae mendous"boostJn the fashion magazines. There lis la pattern of small figures on a ground of -deep Jblue'lfcat would be loyely with collar, flaring cuffs, and fluffy sash of white Organdie", whether the frock was made for mother or for, a school girl of ten. Or perhaps you'd like better one made of deep rosecolor or of white with small all-over pattern in tan and brwn that5-6ld be so- pretty when wom with brown slippers. "GRAND- " MOTHER jCHINTZ is 75 cents a yard in the-"Vash"' Goods Department, Second flBbr. Capes for Thr$eYear-Olds ',u They're the cunningest things imaginable? but why shouldn't tiiey; be, for they're mad'efrom finest . pink or blue broadcloth, lined with soft white silk. Made perfectly plain, with small turned-down collars, button fastenings down the front, and small slits for the arms, to slip through, you can easily imagine how cunning" ' they will look on a curly-topped three-year-old. There's " another cape . of English- Serge, in a deep- ridr rose shade,entirely unlmed, because the serge is quite thick. Then there is a cape for general wear that is made of navy serge, and. topped with a Jprinr turned down col lar of white' pique Prices range from $7.50 to $1&8' in the Little Folks'' Shop, Fourth floor. Nursery Seats for Little People - t They are comfortable and most sanitary, and they fit securely over any large toilet seat. Splendid to use at home, they are specially desirable to use when "travel ing, so that little folks will not be exposed to any dangers. Made of light wood, enameled in white, or stained in oak, they are easily kept clean, and take. . up almost no room. $1.80 and $1.25 each. Little Folks' Shop, Fourth floor. Do You Know About "Bunny Breeches99? Little folks certainly like them for play time: In- "' deed, one kindergarten .has used them exclusively for the play hour, and even "Brer Rabbit" himself would feel at home there. "Bunny Breeches' are overalls' made from blue or tan cloth, a good strong kind that will not tear 'easily, and across the front there is a bunnies' head embroidered, with two big red eyes to see everything, and two pert .ears that stand up on the shoulders. There. is a stubby little tail in the back. And, oh yes, there are two big pockets deep enough to hold treasures. One small boy assures us tnat "Birany Breeches" can "run very fast," and we think that they must be "easy to hop about in, too. There are sizes from two to six years, $2.00, in the Little Folks Shop, Fourth floor. S5 is ,-V' -SB-' fci - -J-" utihji ,i, i b