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TBS WASHINGTON TIMES, , 3PffPAY SEPTEMBER 15. 191$.
FBS TO URGE HOUSE GRAN 10 CHECK Witfc spige cases of Influenza"-already reported by the United States Public Health Service, efforts will "bo made this week to spur Congress into taking: steps that will prevent a general recurrence of the disease, as it occurred last year. Congressman Fess of Ohio, who has Introduced a bill providing' for Gov ernment investigations in the hope of Xiadjar a cure for theplague, Ib planning to point out to the Houeu this week the grreat danger of Con gressional inactivity. His bill has .'been slumbering in a committee for -several naosthff. All scientists agree that the only way to -flod a cure for the disease Is 'to isolate' the germ that causes it, Vr. Fef states, -and this probably c&b be accomplished only through expefeslve experiments In government laboratories. 'CoBgress apparently is showing a distinct apathy for this legislation." Sure Relief EFO! 6 Bell-ans Hot wafer Sure Relief LL-AIMS FOR INDIGESTION Fess said, "and despite its great im portance, there seems to be little in terest in It. Congress must either appropriate a comparatively small amount to And a cure for influenza, or we may be confronted with tho necessity of providing large sums for relief work, if a general epidemic re occurs, as many medical men pre dict." ,w . . Fess urged that communities hard hit by the epidemic of last year write their Congressmen urging action on the bill, before the epidemic comes upon the country. 12 OFCREWLOST; SURVIVORS SAY But Owners of Barnstable Hear All Axe Safe Save Two. SAVANNAH, Ga., Sept. 15. Fifteen survivors of .the steamer Barnstable, which sank during a northeast gale off the Georgia coast Saturday nighM arrived here- today. Twelve men are missing. All are members of the crew Among those reaching liere are George J. Bruch, Second mate; ,Bert Williams, " chief engineer; W. "N. Tiencker, and "Wi J. Purdy, assistant engineers, and Boatswain J. I. Taylor. The survivors made St. Catherine's Island on Sunday afternoon In a row boat, after a twenty-four battle with mountainous sjeas. They were placed In a motorhoat Vnd taken to th Isle of Hope, eight miles from Savanaah, on Sunday night." The Barnstable 'sprung a leak Sat urday afternoon and was abandoned at midnight,, the survivors said. NEW YORK, Sept. 13. All but two members of the crew of the steamer Barnstable, whjch went down off the coast of Georgia Saturday have been rescued, it was, stated (n reports re ceived from Savanaah today by the Barnstable Company, owners of the vessel. " Capt. R. B. Moon, the ship's com mander, and his brother, a member of the cre.w, are still missing, these re ports said. The Barnstable with a dead weight! tonnage of 16u0 was bound for uuoa. PERSHING PARADE IVES ATI O'CLOCK N $BtBAmm fi D.C. 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(Continued from First Pago.) era In the railroad yards and march to the east steps of the Capitol, where they' will bo photographed by War Department camera men ftn a bat tery of moving picture machine oper Foiiowinr their Dlcture the Infantry brlsrades and "Pershing's Own" regl- -mmfc -of nlclfftd men. will march" to their formation points on streets leadl ine to the Peace ikionumeni. Line Up In Morning. The troops now stationed In the three camps around Washington will leave at 7:30 o'clock on Wednesday morning, marching to their concen tration points. Upon arriving at their designated positions for tho "Jump off" at 1 o'clock, the troops will be allowed to fall out along the streets and rest until the parade starts. Following are the points trlven -I or the mobilisation of the units before the parade; On tew Jersey Avenue northwest. General Pershing's guard of honor regiment division headquarters, head quarters -troop and headquarters de tachment, the wounded of the division carried la automobile" and trucks, SfieoTirf TUald SIrnal Battalion: First Engineers and the First, Machine Gun. Battalion, formed in the oraor gvca toward" the Peace Monument. Permhlac .Arrive Iater. General Perahlnsr and his staff will Arrive -a little before tho designated time of the departure, and will take up position hearhe Peace Monument. On North Capitol street tho First Infantry ' Brigade, composed ' of the Sixteenth and Eighteenth Infantry with the Second Machine .Gun Bat talion, wlli form facing south. On Maryland avenup.nprlhe.ast the Second Infantry Brigade, composed of the Twenty-sixth and Twenty- elthth InfantrV afld the Third' Ma chine Gun Battalion will form facing southwest. On Pennsylvania" avenue southeast the Artillery Brigade will form, facing west. . ' On Hew Jersey avenue southeast, facing northwest, and on 'Delaware avenue southwest facing northeast, the divisional trains, including all horsedrawn "arid motorized transpor tation will be formed, and will follow behind the Infantry and artillery. "Welfare Workers In Line. The troops w,IU march in the order named for forming, and. will be ac companied' by the welfare workers who served with the division in France. Fornier members of the di vision will march- wih -their old" units, reporting to the unit command ers, with steel helmets and gas masks, on the morning of the parade. Contrary to previous announcement, they will not march as a separate body. -Following the parade, the Infan try brigades, nart of the engineers, and all troops arriving In Washing ton Tuesday night will, turn from the line of march at Nineteenth street and take the most direct route to the detraining points. They will be taken to Camp Meale where arrange ments have been made to receive them Wednesday night. Artillery To Meade. The following day the artillery brigade 'will march overland to Camp Meade, being followed during tho week by other transportation units of the division which will make the overland trip. At Camp Meade de mobilization will be immediately be gun, the men remaining in tho army later being shipped to Camp Taylor, where work of rebuilding the divis ion will be undertaken under the command of Major General Summer-all- The grandstands lb the court ot honor and the triumphal arch at Fif teenth street and Pennsylvania ave nue wljl be completed this afternoon or tomorrow morning, it was an nounced today. Decoration of the court of honor will be done by- to morrow, evening. Including the hun dred or , more flags which will fly rom temporary flagstaffs erected In iront ox tne granastanas. B:age Honor Sign. As the troops turn up Fifteenth street from Pennsylvania avenue, they Will be confronted by a large sign, eight by ten feet, strung across from the Treasury to buildings across the street, bearing the words: "All Honor To Our Heroes." Tho sign is put up by the committee of citizens, headed by Col. Robert X. Harper, chairman. The arch of triumph will be flooded with light from seventeen search lights, teglning tonight, and will be illuminated at night until the day after the parade. Percy S. Foster, chairman of the music committee, announced today that seven bands have been secured which will be stationed along Penn sylvania avenue to play while the veterans pass, these. In addition to the chorus from Government depart ments and commercial houses of the city. As Mr. Foster pointed out, this is the first time steps have ever been taken to provide such music for any parade ever held in, Washington. At a meeting tonight In the Wil lard Hotel to which Invitation? to more than 500 business men of Wash ington have been sent. Major Pull man will outline plans for the city's protection on the day of the parade and aTaft measures by which the vol unteer civilian police may co-operate with the Metropolitan police Wed nesday in patrolling the route of march. Already a warning has been sent out, urgjng Wasbingtonians to take proper precautions Wednesday in locking up the homes during tho pa rade. Spurred by the requests- of thou sands of relatives of the soldiers of the First division, the erection of a second grandstand began this morn ing at Eighth street and Louisiana avenue by the T. M- C. A. The T. M. C. A. is the only organi zation which will be able to provide for the mothers, fathers, sisters artd friends of the men In the First pi vision, as the stands built by the War Department and citizens' committee were sold out before completion. HsisHNisisisisK$7 MISS PRANCES GULICK. Miss Frances Gulick, of 3420 Six teenth street northwest, a Y. M, C. A Welfare worker attached to the First United States Engineers, was cjtcd yesterday by Brig. Gen. Prank Parker, of the First Division. The citation reads: "Miss Frances Gulick has displayed the finest qualities of energy, cour age, and -devotion in the discharge of her duties throughout the war and occupation of - hostile territory, notabjy during the aerial bombard ment of Yaroialse .on May 30, 10J8, where, In spite of many casualties In the towtf, -she; remained at her post, From then -until the Division was re lieved In July of 1018, Miss Gulick, with total disregard- for her own personal safety, continued to operate her canteen, although "the town was ehelleil and bombed at different tlmes py Tne enemy ana ncr amicca wi was itself struck by a oomo. To the citation General, Parker at tached the following personal tribute: "A splendid type of the woman wel fare, worker -with combat troops." Miss Gulick arrived In Washing ton yesterday from New York with ten other Y. M. C. A woman work ers attached to the First TDlvislpn. Miss Gulick- is the fifth wpman to be cited with the First Division, two of whom have received the crolx de guerre. port of Commissioner Curtis, who hasf discharged tne .nineteen union iuoro and declared the positions of all the strikers vacant , He declared that tho right of the police to affllatj Is prohibited, and that" the suggestion of President Wil son to Waahlngton"'does not apply to Boston, as in Washington tho police remain on duty. There is no right to strike against the public safety by anybody "any where, anytime." said the governor. vmi sk that the nubllo safety again be placed in the' hands of the same policemen wmio mqy wnmim In disobedience to the Jaws of M achusetjs and In their refusal to ebey the orders of the polloe Onpartrnent." he said. "Nineteen men nave pnon tried and romovea. ulnars navins abandoned their duly, their places have under tne jaw neon ucuarou vacant in tho opinion or Attorney General. I can suggest no autnon ty outside f.ho courts to take further action. Takes Bread View. "I wish to join and assist In taking a broad view of every situation. A grayo responsibility rests on all of us. You can depend on me' to sup port you In evory legal action and sound policy. I am equally deter mined to. defend tbe sovereignty of Massachusetts and to maintain tbe authority and jurisdiction over her public officers where it has been placed by tho constitution and laws of her people." H9IEIH PA-N4rI-!l-i TMSVr. Prof. Cain, America's foremost Daaeta Matter, and Mrs. H. V- Holt can teacn 70 RtcHTWAY SCHOOL OF lAWM 1!!1R STEW-YORK AVE. Only up-to-date Dancing' Academy south f Nw Tork. Private lewons" any hrtOr. 76 cent, xou neta sot nave appointment. Phone Fr. 7654. 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