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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1919.
$.0. P. BITTERLY ASSAILS
SUjrpjftr President "WillJam Howard
Tilt'was bitterly assailed yesterday
in a.tatement issued by the Republic
an Publicity Association, through its
director, Jonathan Bourne, jr., for his
8and on the league of nations.
8Tie mental operations of our ex
Bresldent. are pitiable and have caused
his countrymen to stand aghast and
fljafrjends to marvel at the change
in the' man," said Mr. Bourne. "It
Would be anlasu4t to American in
tfllljnce to dignify Mr. Taft's utter-aces'-as
AS.K CONGRESS FOR FUNDS
TO PAY D. C. TEACHERS
A supplemental appropriation to
meet the longevity pay of teachers
and allowances to principals of
schools in the Distriqt of Columbia is
asked of Congress by the District
Commissioners. It meets the defici
ency in the months of May and June
for the fiscal year ending 1019.
Vice President Marshall transmit
ted to the Senate the Cdmmissioners'
request sent to hjm by the Treasury
Department. It will, be included in
the urgent deficiency appropriation
bill now under consideration in committee.
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xuquao iu ui -iaitwci.
,' Company and the other
'fqod things," sal;
lire well teJH&v
wiches that looked oh, eo tempt
ing, would grace a yellow plate.
Or, "How would we like a to
mato bouillon on a cold, blowy day
like this?'' And & package of
X. B. C. Zwieback would be forth-
from t window cupboard,
tomMi bouillon was made
hot JR-er the alcohol lamp.
ating the momentous
tiaMBtafiSL birthday this
!ge of Snapefoons, while
Itle of grape juice"
s cream cheesHtallLyes
ard to-day; Terawiut
tie Butter Thin Bls-
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bespeaks favor for
the contents the contents be-
sneak favor for all time. What
wonder that this perfect soda cracker
has entrenched itself as a staple diet
in all climes and with all sorts and
conditions of society? You should
SooTwh eat them always and often 1
closed a varaabv
the refredundfew NATIONAL BISCUIT
rirli." the young hostess
announce. Then out would come
box of Uneeda Biscuit and a jar or
potted chicken. Ximble fingers
would set to work and in a twink
ling little piles of ohicken sand-
e little circle
of friends grew closer, day by day,
chatting in the sunny bay win
dow, sipping tea or coffee and nib
Ming National Biscuit Delicacies?
(in an sdiertlacment)
wht you are best fitted to do. Ttys is the best and
quickest way of notifying those in a position to
'offer you a better job that you are looking for one.
-V The "SITUATION WANTED" column of
jtar Washington Hmt$
is-.read by hundreds of business men who are looking
for ambitious workers.
Free to Discharged Soldiers
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WORLD DRY LEAGUE
The "AntfeSaloon League of Na
tions," with its aim of making the
world safe for the teetotaler. w(U be
organized here today. The American
Anti-Saloon League is the sponsor.
A "covenant" has been framed by
a special committee for the interna
tional organization, for submission
to the American league convention
Plans arc for all nations, large and
small to have an equal representation.
but it is admitted that the United
States, being the dominant prohibi
tion power, probably will be in con
trol. The "secretariat" is expected to
be located -at "Washington. A special
foreign relations committee of the
"league" is provided with James A.
White, of Columbus, as chairman.
Germany has not yet applied for ad
mission to the "league." But othr
nations that will have charter mem
bership besides the United States are
Canada, Mexico, Great Britain, France,
Ireland. Italy, Scotland, Japan, New
Zealand, and Australia.
"The "call .of countries," arranged
to give official representatives from
foreign nations an opportunity to re
port 'on temperance conditions, was
completed at a closed meeting of the
committee on the league constitution
last night and the views submitted, it
was officially announced today, "Were
such as to strongly sustain the plan
f6r a world-wide organisation." '
"William Jennings Bryan will ad
dress a mass meeting here Sunday'on
behalf of the league, and will then
start a tour of the South and South
west in support of the world movement.
Let the Wedding Bells Ring Out
By JEAN KNOTT
DOES $300 DAMAg
Damage estimated at $300 was
caused yesterday by flre in the kitchen
on. the top floor of S. Kann Sons Com
pany, ighth and Pennsylvania ave
nue northwest. The fire was caused
by a pan of grease ignitirg.
An oil stove in the' kitchen of th.e
home of Edward Lowe, 409" Second
street southwest, exploded yesterday
and caused a flre which resulted in a
loss of $2S.
A pile of trash in the rear yard of
409 Eighth street southeast, caught
flre yesterday, but was extinguished
by members of No. 7 truck company
before any ramage resulted.
Fire of unknown origin yesterday
caused ?10 damage at the home of
Alfred Robinson, 45 Canal street
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WOULD AID YANKS
Congressman Dick T. Morgan of
Oklahoma today introduced In the
House a bill proposing a plan where
by every honorably discharged sol
dier, sailor, or marine may obtain a
loan of ?4,O0O with which to pur
chase a farm homstead, or a home
stead In a town or city, in the Stte or
locality of hfs choice.
The loans would be .rqad at 3
per cent interest and, may run for a
period of sixty years.
Under the provisions of the bill
there will be created a corporation
with $100,000,000 capital, subscribed
by the Government. '
Using the $100,000,000 capital fur
nished by the Government as an op
erating or revolving. fund, the cor
poration will issue and sell -bonds in
an amount equal to the loans made
to' the sdldiera.
"To those who purchase farm hemes,'
an additional loan of $1,200 may be
obtained with wich to purchase live.
stock and equipment.
BELIEVES IN LAWYERS TtOW.
PHILADELPHIA. June 6. William
Vanderpole, colored, didn't beli.evo la
lawyers, so he appropriated the
money given him by a woman to
hire, an attorney for her eon. Now
William wants a barrister to cut
down b.Js one-year sentence.
will help your skin
Tticre' s many a girl who goes through
the pangs of jealousy and envy when
she. sees her frien the girl wjthohe
radiant complexion enjpybg things.
I ( yon are a sufferer from skin troubles
and know the embarrassment and pain
they bring, waste no 'further time
fretting about 'your' ailment but com
mence immediately the Resinol Oint
ment treatment Pimples, blackheads,
blochy patches on the face, raygi ttd
skins, speedily respond tdthe soothing,
healing medication this ointment coo
Even quicker results maybe obtained '
by joint use of Resinol Soap with Resi
nol Ointment. Apply the ointment at
night,' Wash the race with the soap
Sold by all druggists.
TO MEET SEPT. 24
Cardinal Gibbons has announced
that as chairman of the general com
mittee on Catholic affairs and inter
ests, he has issued a'call .fqr a meet
ing of the entire Cathoic hierarchy
of the country to be held at Catholic
University on September 2.
This will be the first meeting of the
kind Hince the third plenary cquncil
in Baltimore in 1884.
Meeting of the" hierarchy are to be
held nnnuallv after this to frame a
Catholic program and take steps for
carrying it out. The coming meeting
will dibcutis not only ecclesiastical
matters but will take up social and
educational questions and matters in
volving Congressional legislation. It
is said a uniform Catholic policy is
to be formulated.
The calling together of the Catholic
bishops marks the establishment of
a new custom in the church of this
country, under the approval of Pope
MRS. ELDRIDGE HEADS
WAR LOAN DIVISION
Mrs. Charlotte B. Eldridge. who
took an active part in the past three
Liberty loan campaigns, has been ap
pointed director of the women's di
vision of the war loan organization in
the District of Columbia.
In the Victory loan campaign, Sirs
Eldridge had charge of all tanks, mo
tor cars, airplanes, and submarines
used in the drive. She was the first
woman to sell bonds from an air
plane, flj ing from Boiling Field and
landing in Potomac Park.
The local organization has its head
quarters at W-D V street northwest.
ISSUES MONTHLY BULLETIN
The National Catholic War Council
has isbued the first number of a
monthly bulletin, in interest of the
An article by Rt. Rev. Peter J.
Muldoon. bishop of RoCkford and
chairman of the administration com
mittee, reviews the work per
formed since the council was or
ganized; John D. Kennedy reviews
the work of the Knights of Colum
bus, and Mihs May M. Murphy tell?
the story o f the National Service
School establibhed here for women.
Licenses to pilot aircraft have beer
Issued by the Joint Army and Navy
Board on Aeronautical Cognizance to
the following Washingtonians:
Frederick Henry Harris, 1017 Fif
teenth street northwest; 'Howard C.
Bogert, 529 Eighteenth street north
west; Gilbert G. Budwlg; William F.
Wichart, Aero Club of America; Rob
ert Simon, Boiling Field, Anacpstia;
Donald Clifford Vande Water; F. B.
Carter. Chevy Chase; Henry C. Kenly,
and Col. William L. Kenly.
The ban on civilian flyers was lift
ed by the War Department In the lat
ter part of January of this year and
the issuing of licenses to civilians was
invested In the Joint Army and Navy
Board of Aeronautical Cognizance,
with offices in Building "D," Depart
ment of Military Aeronautics, Slxta
and B streets northwest.
So. any civilian who happens to
have an old airplane knocking around
the house, can now fly all day and
night if he so chooses. But you
can't do it without getting a pilot'.!
license. After that is attended to you
are at liberty to fly an acroplano of
any type, a seaplane, balloon, dlrig.
ble, or other "aerial novelty," limited
only by the extent of your "nerv."
and your purse.
MRS. ADA B0ARDMAN
JOINS MARINE CORPS.
Mrs. Ada B. Boardman. of the
American Red Cross, has been asked
by Major Charles P. Gilchrist, com
manding officer of the United States
Marines in England, to become an
associate member of the "first to
fght" forces In recognition of her
services to the Marines.
She will be permitted to wear the
Marine device as a result of the invi
tation. Seven other American Red Cross
Women albo received an invitation
from the major to become associate
members. They are: Miss Jane
Rider, Tucson. Arizona; Mibs Eliz
abeth Davidson. Springfield. Neb.;
Mifcs Margaret H. Stevens. Chicago;
Miss Florence Herald. Tulsa. Okla.;
Miss Alice Collingwood. Endicott. N.
Y : Miss Mildred Weinman. Glovers-.
ville, N. Y.. and Mrs. Cora C. Porter,
New York city.
OFFER LIBRARY COURSE AT
G. W. U. SUMMER SCHOOL
Now Is the Time to Ge.t Rid of
These Ugly Spots
There's no longer the slightest need
of feeling ashamed of your freckles,
as Othine double strength is guar
anteed to remove these homely spots.
Simply get an ounce of Othine
double strength from any druggist
and apply a little of it' night and
morning and" you should soon see that
even the worst freckles have begun
to disappear, while the lighter onea
have vanished entirely. It is seldqm
that more than an ounce Is needed to
completely clear the bkin and gain a
beautiful, clear complexion.
Be sure to ask for the double
strength Othine as this is sold under
guaranteed of money back if it
fail6 to remove freckles.
A course in library science will be
one of the features of the Geprge
Washington University Summer
School session, which opens June -3-The
course will cover the general
principles of library work and will
consist of practical work as well as
lectures. A continuation course, ex
tending beyond the regular session
and covering either general princi
ples or special library work, also will
be offered. Special work will be ar
ranged for advanced students.
While most of the summerschool
courses will begin June 23, some will
start a week later for the conveni
ence of public school teachers, whose
school term ends considerably later
John Barnes, forty-two years old,
of Woodburn, D. C, was knocked
down by an autompblle yesterday In
Rock Creek Park Cemetery, where he
is 'employed as a grave digger, and
taken to Garfield Hospital, where
physicians said both his arms -were
broken and he was badly bruised.
Barnes had Just finished excavating
a grave and. stepped to one of the
roadways when the automobile,
driven, the police say, by David Sa
poznick, of 027 Twelfth street, slruck
George Piatt, two years old. of 1222
Fifth street northwest, was knocked
down by an automobile while playing
near his home, last night. The child
was slightly bruised on the face and
head and taken to his home.
A wagon driven by William Dyson,
colored, 517& Tenth street southeast,
was struck by a street car of the
"Washington Railway and Electric
Company at Nichols avenue and V
street southeast. Dyson suffered in
juries to the lef. leg, ,but refused
CHILDREN tS GIVE PLAYS.
Three sketches. "Little Home Ma
ker." "The FaJrv Godmother" and
"Goody Grumble" will be presented
Dy tne children s branch of the Dra
matic Art CIas3, at Wilson Normal
When you buy Dorsch's "Old Mammy's Rice Bread
you know that it has been baked under exacting sanitary
conditions in the huge, daylight bakeries that are Dorset's
pride. Further, you are assured that each loaf is made of
the purest possible ingredients and after the reefpe of a
noted old Southern Mammy..; Her secret Qfjg6fd,tfc:-
ing of good bread is now" Dorsch's--try aIbaf of it
tomorrow!: - - ' :;
And don't forget that it is .worth;w'nile tryinga4baf
of the famous "Rajsih Bread'Vrm'ade after "Qld
Mammy's" recipe also and so delicious that you regret not
having found it before!
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Daitin Farnnm an
ticipate the wave of
prohibition and has
given up smoking for
Ihe more Unmoral prac
tice of chewing gum.
in "The Nature Girl"
Gnle Henry Comedy. "Wild Women"
MGR. LEE PRESIDES AT
HOLY CROSS ACADEMY
The Rev. ijgr. Lee, rector of St.
Matthew's Church, presided and de
livered an address at the Madonna
evening program at the Holy Cross
One of the moat interesting num
bers on the program was the rendi
tion of "The Rosary" on four harps
by Miss Mary H. MacDonhell, Miss
Grace Stevenson. Miss Svlvln Hvirs
and Miss Elona. Von Culen.
other numbers included a vocal
polo by Marian. Cain; violin solo by
MlbS Nanpv MrArfnr Mkcim Pufpll,
Sullivan. Catherine Gillespie, ' Alice
Mcwaraeu. totnei waugh also added
to the musical bill.
Smoke If You Like5
At the Palace
9th St. and Pa. Ave.
SHOW CHANGED DAILY.
Bryant Washburn Finds "
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Dth Jinil O Stu. N. W.
orth Capitol and Florida Menne
Ask "Bob Lee"
Venus In the East"
Jcnusln the East" shown last night at the Hippodrome, Ninth street
and New jork avenue northwest, gives Bryant Washburn another play
in which his infectious personality enables him to score heavily.
Washburn enacts he role of uddy
McNair. Gilbert Kernochan McNair
to be exact, a young mining engineer
Who. now that he has made his pile,
decides, and docs, follow the planet
Venus "Venus in the East" that's
where the opportunities are. Such is
So he tiuys the sportiest suit that
the general store at Bear Creek,
Col., boasts, and sets his face to
ward New York. On the. way. he is
robbed, as he thinks, by an attrac
tive young woman with whom he has
struck up an acquaintance.
Buddy arrives in New York, where
he becomes disgusted with the
metropolis' high society life.
Buddy finally bumps into the girl
who. he believes, had stolen his
money She explains that she had
taken the wrong train at a junction
where they stopped and In the hurry
had taken by mistake Buddy's suit
case holding the money. Buddy finds
that she's a regular girl, and finally
decides that New York isn't such a
bad place, after all.
It's an entertaining film from first
to end. and Washburn's brilliant
work in the leading roje is reflected
in the superb artistry of an excellently-chosen
The scenic settings are of an un
usually high standard, while the
Photography throughout is of uni
Jess Wlllard has
quit the photoplay
world to train for the
big battle on July 4th.
He declares it will b
a needed rest after tha
jitrennoos life he has'
been leading before tha
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ricktord hi 9 Vivian Martin S
"Captain Kidd, Jr.
'The Little Comrade"
Where Your Favorite Star Is Playing
GORDON, KITTY Raphael
KING, MOLLIE Home
MARTIN, VIVIAN Princess
MERSEREAU, VIOLET Hippodrome
PICKED, MARY Carolina
STORY, EDITH New Stanton
TALMADGE, CONSTANCE Truxton
E. LAWRENCE FH1LUP3
Cth & t St. N. E.
la a special Metro Western drama,
"As the Sun Went Down" and
A Flajar Comedy. "The Last Bottle.