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Unless Grave Emergency Arises 1II
Not Meet Until December. Record
of Failure Declares Garrett.
'Washington, June .--Il'ho Sixty
sixth congress ended its second ses
sion today, adjourning sine die at 4 p.
m. Unless a grave emergency arises
which makes necessary a special ses
slon, It will not meet again until De
The close of the session was marked
by nodb of t'he hectic rush that gen
erally attends a getaway of congress,
but there was the usual applauding
and cheering In the house chamiber
after Speaker Gillett's gavel had re
leased the members for the flirt long
vacation congress has had since the
United States entered the war.
The 'house cleaned up Its work early
in the day and twice recessed to await
possible senate action on pending
measures. The senate remained in
continuous session and, as the result
of a small sized -filibuster there, the
bill to establish a national budget sys
tem failed of passage.
Final sessions of both houses passed
without the plethora of political
speeches which had been expected by
many since congress was quitting on
the eve of the national political con
ventions. Just at the finish Represen
tative ..londell of Wyoming, the llejub
lican leader, delivered an address
praising congress for the work accom
plished at, this session. Representa
tive Garrett, Democrat, Tennessee, re
i)lied, declaring that -this congress had
been a "humiliating failure."
The nearest thing to a political
speech in the senate was an attack by
Senator Pomerene, Democrat, Ohio, on
the contingent expense committee for
delaying in reporting his resolution
proposing an investigation by the elec
tions committee into expenditures in
the forthcoming presidential and con
gressional campaigns. He declared
that the Democrats would not and the
Republicans could not say to the peo
ple that it was none of their business
where campaign funds came from or
how they were expended. The resolu
tion was adopted without a record vote.
President iWilson's criticism in his
telegram today to the heads of the rail
roa(I brotherhoods also passed without
cenimment in 6ither houise.
Practically the only action by the
house during the (lay was to pass the
budget bill after amending it to meet
Man and Wife, All Ru
(v Y 'WIFE' and 1, after a hard
sping1 on. th. farm we..
Mr. .1. B. Mulkey, or Route 1, Acwortl
Ga. "WVe neither felt well. I knew my
blood was bad, as I had little boils on
the back of my neck.
"We felt we needed a builder. We
had heard of '/iron andl thought it
must be what we needed. It certainly
was. We took It faithfully, and after
a week or such a matter we began to
feel better. My wife felt like cooking:,
It's so easy
to have well
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the president's objection that it -took
from the executive authority to remove
the comptroller general and assistant
comptr'oller general, officials appoint
ed by hhn under the measure.
Republicans abandoned their plan to
call for a vote on the resolution re
fusing 'President Wilson's request for
authQrity to accept a mandate over
Armenia., The measure had already
been adopted -by the senate. 'Chair
man Porter, In a formal statement,
said Democratic .inembers of the house
would have blocked transaction of all
other business had the resolution been
While congress was winding up its
affairs d'residen. IWilson was devoting
his entire time to signing bills. Some
measures enaoted, however, were not
reached by him !before the hour of ad
journient and automatically !became
dead under the law prohibiting the ex
ecutive from passing on legislation
while congrea is not in session.
The exodus of senators and repre
sentatives began almost immediately
after adjournment and will continue
tomorrow and Monday. Many of the
Republicans of both houses are 'head
ed for Chicago to attend their party
convention -there. Some of the Dem
ocratic mombers also will attend that
convention, but most of them will rc
turn home to await the time for going
to San Francisco for their party con
The house was in a restless mood
throughout the (lay and efforts of
imany members to have taken up spec
ial bills in which t-hey were interested
failed. In tie last half hour the house
settled down to give close attention
to the addresses of ,Representatives
Mondell and Garrett.
Mr. Mondell declared that this con
gress in its two sessions had made a
saving of $'2,374,460,817. Eight appro
priation bills that passed -the house In
the sixty-1iftoh congress, but failed in
tle selnate fillbuster -were reduced
$940,5l0,598, Mr. Alondell said, and the
estimates submitted by the govern
ment del)armcnts for the next fiscal
year were reduced by $1,433,850,218.
Several laws were cited by Mr. Mon
dell as "constituting a record unequal
ed in American history." lie included
the transportation act, the woman suf
frage amendment, the merchant ma
rine bill, the mineral land leasIng bill,
tie waterpower act, the civil scrvice
-Down fr n Farm Work,
and sure fCelt like eating.
' 41ron sure did us good. It mado
iboth feel stronger' and better for
lhe fail work, whIch everyone knows
is 'some wvork' on a farm. My boils
began to diry up, though just at first
they seemed worse.
"We are mnuch better andl can highly
reconmmend~ Ziron, and gladly do so for
it sure d1id us good."
Ziron is a safe, reliable, tonic medi
cine, good for men, women and child
ren, wheni an Ironi tonic is indlicated.
It is easy to take and contains no
Ask your druggist or dcaler.
the Sur face
retirement measure, the Volstead pro
hibition enforcement law, the exten
sion of the waftine food control act
to puniah proflteering, the repeal of
practically all war laws and other
"Take it all in all, the record of the
congress is one of which every mem
ber may well be proud," declared '\r.
Mondell. "It is a record that com
mends the congress to the favorable
Judgmenit of the American people."
Referring to the Reiu'blican ap
plause while' followed Air. 'Mondell's
spee'ch, Mr. Garrett said the Repub
lican leader 'had spoken "to the only
audience In the United States where
his speech could receive applause."
He declared it was "absurd" to say
that the work of this congress "mneas
ured upl) to any of the past."
Turning to the Republican si(e, Mr.
(Carrett coltinued: "Yu seldom
paused in the midst of doing nothing,
exce(pt to (10 something worse."
liteclaring that this congress had
been "anl absolute, humiliating and
shameful failure," Air. Garrett said no
new tax hws except "sone bunk pop
gun measures" had been passed and
that the re(iuctoln of estimates which
the Republicans called savings had
been made by every congress in the
last 25 years.
''We ca'inot concur," conlluied .\lr.
Garrett, "in i wo1rd of prW.te. because
in spirit you know and the country
knows this congress has been a hunil
ON PRICE OF SU4A1I
Ienocraltc Memibers of Investriat ioin
Coninittee Take Issue 111th Majori
Washington, June 3.-Action of At
torney General 'Palmer in sanctioning
a "fair price" for Loulisana sugar was
defended today in a report of minority
nieibers of the house sugar investi
Representatives Whaley, South Car
olina, and Summers, Texas, who sign
ed the report took issue with teh con
tention of the iajority commuittee
mombers that ir. Palmer had used his
power as chief proseclting officer of
tile government "for tile purpose of
fixing ilaxinuimim prices of sugar in
Louisiana and in so doing acted whol
ly withouit atithority and in violation
of Ills owl collstructlon of his official
The 1111nority report clarged that
Co1gress, a1fter in vest igat ions 111(1 (is
closed all actite world shortage of mn
gar, ha(i failed to pass any remedial
or constructive legislation, and that
suicl lack of action, Coupled witil ilb
licity given through "many speecelIs
ill Congres" on the situation hll a
3ry "pronouned effet. oil the siga11r
13r,1k.'cet and the con1tiullouts rise ill su.
ill dieft'lse of tile attoriley genera)
and Distrit Attorney illury .\looley
of I.ouilsianla, wilo cooiperatedl withI
1h13n, the inuority bel thait thleir ac
ion ill de&termliingll a lair price to
143tlie 3 h3'ml inl te bri'ing of11 prosecli
3tions accOlllisheid resul ts whIlichl col
hav1 e been a"('o;nl Iishjedil no133 other'i
(eenipt frlomi tile provisions *of tile
I .('ver food1 (Ontl 0 act w~as brloug ht
withlint the tprovisions of the arr'ang~e
mlenlt made by tih' at torney general.
'ilTe1113 mnrt y foitte 1Wcointend(ed I hat
"we wereP not aide to learni of anyl
prloduicerin 111141uisiana realing 31 exces'.;
itrolits at tile prices naluedc by the
at tornley generaI."'
'iTe mnrity member(1110 s of thle sub -
most effective wvay to have hand(1led Ite
sligair situiationi antI 'onltirolledl thei
i(t' Os l wohl hav 'bIleen for1 thie sutgarl
tOItialiizationl botard( to have iniirchlased
the( Cubian erop for' 1i)230 andl "handollt
ranlgemlent to that exist ing foIr thlt
191I -91 I '. .3C 'p, wh'ich~l would hav111~ e been
ossible ton1ly if (congr iess$ had lpassed
the legislat13 on- (on1tinu111ng1 tile powers
formner'ly ulsed by thle suigar eq iailiza -
tion1 boardl unider thle li'eer act whenO'i
it was 5o re~uted01 1 tolo by 3te lpres
ident313 in hIs addrless of Augu413st 5, 1919.''
Th~e inilority 310o rittiised lii't'
senti33ive TJinikhlaim, rptub331lican3, .\tlassa
ehusetts5, ath or of the'l'0 litoltin dli
reeting the intilliry. .\r. Tinkhami it
wats statedl, "by)3 re-peatedi sta1tementsl3
called tile aIttenlttonl of hIouse mlembers'
and1( the 1publ1Ic inl genetral,"' to It'
Scarcily of sugar'.
"l'W/lr si1e that. 113 tim31e thr hi(Pcias bee' n
a3 continuous13 rise in the prlice of
sulgar," the0 r'eport reads, "an~d 13 is
blieved''t t hat tile acts (of .\r. 'T'inkhaml
and1( tile Ipubllicity given03 tile suigar si -
3n1titoll by hlhn3 h'iv~e ha~d a greai1t effect
1upon1 the detsire of thie c~onsuin~ig 111'l
lie to obtain an amlelI supply of sugar
and1( to prlotect themselves agaInst the
shlortalge and havl~e been3 a1 very potet
factor ill tile rie' ill tile lirles of
P'iloi Cured In 6 to 14 l"nya
Do They Sell the Rico Later? -~~T ~f~ - --
In the interior of China natives A LNew oramp . Colds Cause Grip and Inf vtben
hatch both hon and duck eggs by bury- b6 carried low on the front for( h L AXATIVE ROM QUININE Tablets remove tho
ing them iiz lukewarm rice, which t 4 red Jewel In the back to make cause. There Is only one "Bromo Quinine."
reheat daily. - erve as a rear light as well. E.W.GROVE'S signature on box qft
The nwMilcr treads out
wear others b~y 25 per cent.
Millh Cords last yar, in
tNe txtrhati factory tests,
hvaverdg( 15,000 mwiles.
A -ir is N/itiilig m1illion
Putmile onwhere a score
aOf watces are compared.
Miller Toire records are
talkcd 11)()It evcrvyvhere.
Ijc tire has tecohie the sen
sation. It is a marvel of ulli
Bwy thTie i i
Mile is11ilc the leade ofathe
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Now that Miller Tires Then adopt the "Miller, or li i e y
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Mark how the traad lasts. Miller experts have in late Your ides ,0
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Winners in Million-Mile Testsm
Cords or Fabrics Geared-to-the-Road ~Patented
Rmile contestenter trea w a
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Dealer's Name and Address GTared reto-t r d
toalkd abutr evrawere
mesh lire cogs
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