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STAND BY SUTE "Penrose and Warren Are Ticketed for Important ? Chairmanships. Hm "DM Guard" organiser* of th? hMtt have gone back to their original elate and have decided to J tot It read this war: Appropriations committee chair ator Boles Penrose. " Finance committee chairman. Sen man. Senator Warren. j Senator Reed Smoot. of Utah, ?who wanted to be chairman of the "Appropriations Committee, and. was the candidate of the Progressives for that place, will have to take the chairmanship of the Public Uads Committee. Senator Wads worth. of New Tork. will Ik- chair man of the Military '?'(? Com mittee. ? The slate has been agreed upon J^7 the Committee on Committees "Jrhieh Is almost ready to make Its ?sport to the Republican caucua * Senator Borah, of Idaho, who has M the light on Penrose, la not feady to concede that the battle is at an end. He aald yesterday that |e was unwilling to speak for the ether edren Progressives who were with him In the flght. but that he Is Just as mnch opposed to Penrose as ever. ~ There la no concealment of thej ict that tremendous pressure has' ^sec brought to bear on the Pro- j greseives during the past few days i to get them to let up on Penrose. | The chief argument ha 1 been that! the chance of party success in 1930 if of paramount Importance to such questions as the selection of com mittee chairmanships. Penrose ad herents have argue! that even If he should be elected chalrmcn. he will b*: only one member of the commit tee anyway and that so far as the committee's policy on financial m*t icis Is concerned, the majority vote of the committee will have to de cide. WOULD DEPORT ! RADICAL ALIENS Rep-Johnson Declares Time Has Arrived for U. S. To Clean House. * Deportation of aliens who wtih rtrew their first naturalisation rapers to escape the draft and other tcreisners who are spreading thej doctrine of revolution, was urged in j the House yesterday by Represen-| tative Johnson. Rcpubican. of! ^vashington, chairman of the Immt- J e ration Committee, and Represen tative Emerson. Republican, of, Ohio. . I "The time has come to put a check on those who come here to 00 no good." Mr. Johnson declared. "It lht*v are not citizens of the ; 1 nited States, they must be sent out at once. If they are citizens, tnev rhoud be put in jail. on the raeifle Coast th- alien slackers have brought about an acute situation. Mr. Johnson said., Th. people out there arc against th--m. "and justly so." he add-d. They are finding it difficult to sc- j ?ure employment and are com plaining to their governments^ T;?,?c governments ure complaining to our Stat' Department. He con tinued: ?My contention is that tnose men. bavins withdrawn thetr dec laration of intention, in effecthav-, ingsaid. I do not want to be an' American.' it if our duty to see to it that they shall not and cannot income citizens* of the United States, i and further than that we should ?ce to it that they are deported and sent out of the United States. Mr. Johnson asserted that there also ought to be legislation to temporarily huvpend immigration, ?notwithstanding the hue and cry that will be raised that labor is going out of the coun The "Revolutionist." h newspaper , published in Boston, which has not re- . cei\ ed the priNilege* of the mails, was tiled as an illustration of the work the radicals are carrying on in the United States. Mr. Jrjinson said he would "lay a bet" thai not a single one of the seven or eight editors of this paper is a citizen of the United States. He continued: "They are spreading that all oicr the United States, even In the smallest places, endeavoring to preach and bring on a revolution of blood and iron and I would like to ask how long the people of the United States will stand and let that thing go on. PAUUST SINGERS DRAW 616 CROWD More than people were turned away frlm Liberty Hut last night, when the Paulist Boy Singers gave concert under the auspices of the Catholic Wtmen's War Relief Socl a# \* " To accommodate this disappointed audience a second concert will be pre vented at I o'clock st the Liberty liar The program of list night will o? repeated. Sixty-five boys, between the act" of 13 and It. compose the personn- l of the chortle. which is under th< direction of the Rev. William J Finn. Their program includes Russian ehoral songs, the Inflam matus. by Rossini, and msny ejec tions of a ?eml-rellgious and cls? sical nature. The pubic Is invite,I in. attend this afternoon's concert, lor which no tickets of admission are necessary. _ > LOCAL "MENTION. Mixed tea. JMIri Star eoeaa. rire ?epp.r. IOclS can.* ?3c- R X pea* l.5c: 5 rsns Campbell 25c large <*ans fish roe, 19c; ?ocoanut iOcfSn: T ?tns baking Powder. Sl.N* se?4ed ralalna. 10c: :I SI?. ~rafiaies. IS^ catwp l#c: , una ftsh. ?cT*al. sordines. 1*. red tldney beans. 10? can; onl lie- string beans. IK cafi. 14SC leventh St. NL W. and all the J. T ?. Krles s??r|s. . tr*?> ? EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO ci*e you see. ceoRG-e an? i rruoieo Meoi TO<S<5TH<Sft. AMD tve U3ftT> TO G-O ON fl?4IMa "miPS TOCC-TH^R. ~ HA, HA, THrfT WeHfKJCf Of TM? TIMC" we I sTAiereJ> i*?R ? M AFTfeff ClVIWO. A P/&TI?VT A"6VIC? GAL C Ik THC NtXT AILING MOKT/4* LOOKIN6 POR l??U6PJi DON'T SQVflT IV HCR6 ANt> VISIT ill IP tbu'RC GOING- TO RuiJ A DOCTOR'S OpncO tNSTCA? Of A Social. ceo? LCT'i ^e? "<bu Do rr ?NOUfL. CvV, At WEATHER CONDITIONS. FORECAST FOB TODAY AND TOMORROW. Nmr England. Eastern New York. F?it l'rnn ajlrania. New Jewry. Delaware. Man laud. Die- | trict c< Columbia *nd Virfinia-Tartly cloudy with probably ucmaiooal "burners today and tOBvmm. moderate u-n.i>rature; moderate south wicds. WEATHER CONDITIONS AND GENERAL | FORECAST. The pressure is low o*cr all interior die- | tnct* and relatively high off th? Atlantic and . Pacific emu. This pleasure rtmtnbution ha*' been attended by warm weather over the, Northwestern Stair* and relatively pool \reether in all other districts. The highest lejnitrraturs . n-ported was 92 degrw* at Mile* CSty. Mont. During th.* last twenty four hour* there were l? cal showers in the Middle Atlantic and New England States, the Ohio and Mwsuippi Val leys. the tcfion of the Great Lakes. IVxa*. Oklahoma and the Southern Rocky Mountain , ami southern pteaieau regvm. Fair weather ur*s vailed in other districts. UOCAL TEMPERATURE *i>dnifchf. 57. 3 * rr 35. 4 s. m . 36; 6 s. m . j Jt : $ s. m . ? 10 a m . 66 12 noou. 71. 2! p m. 71; 4 p m . 73; 6 p. in., 71: 6 p. m . 1 71; 5 P m-. 7I>. 10 p. ? . 64. Hishest. 7S; ! krwtst. So Relet; ve humidity?8 a. m. 72 ; 2 p m . 47;, t p. m.. 53. Rainfall ig n m. to 5 p. m . trace: hoars of i aunskine. 90; per cent ol possible^ sunshine. 62. j DECAHTLRES. .\ctumulaU-d ei<*es c<f temperature since Jan- i na-r 1. 1919. >37^: deficiency of tem|?ratuie i suiec May 1. 1019. ?13; accumulated *\<xm ??f predpitation ?incu /an wry 1, 1919. +1.51; ex cee* ot precipitation since May 1, 1910. +2 15. Temperature same date laat year- Highest, 54; lowen. 68. OTHER TEMPERATURES. Lowest Highest previous yesterday, eight. 8pm A?he\iile, N. C. 68 4A 66 AtlaaU. Oa 75 56 76 Riama/ck. N. Dak..... *2 46 53 Hostno. Mas* 75 52 70 Btiftalo. N. Y ?* 50 62 Chicago. 111. 00 44 5* <3hey?nne. Wyo 72 50 72 I tourer, Colo 76 50 71 Dctiuat. Mich ?<0 50 58 Dulu'h. \iino 58 46 54 VA I'aso. Tnc 66 54 6j Kar?as Hty. Mo 75 56 78 Ijttle Rock. Ark 70 SO 65 Loa Arg* Its. Cal *6 54 64 M.-mphis. Tenn 72 58 64 Miami. Fla 82 W SO Mobile. Ala 78 *4 7? New Orleans. La 53 61 78 Omihs. Ncht 74 '?+> 72 (?ovtland. Me ?0 4* 52 Sfalt lake nty. Utah 78 fc? 7b TIDE TABLES. i Compiled by the I'm ted States Coast sod Geodetic Surrey.) Today?Low tide. 10 J6 a m. and lO JO p m : hiffh tide. 3:42 a m and 4 pm. THE SL'N AND MOON Today?Sun rises. 5^9 a,m , aets. I.-3) pm. Moan rifles. 1:43 s.ra : sets. 1:43 pm. Automobile lamps U, be lighted as 8JO i>m Rain fall. 001 0.01 6.01 o.u o.ij o!ao STEEL PRICES AROUSE HINES Railroad Director Declares Companies Are in "Cut And Dried" Combine. That the bin steel Interest! of the country are in a "cot and dried" combine and are rigidly adhering to the policy of "one for all and all (or one" wa? intimated last night b: Walker D. Hlnee, director general of railroads. In a statement announcing that he had been oompelled because of ?Immediate and urgent needs to purchase 300.000 tons of steel rails at the "steel trust's own price." In his announcement. Director Hlnea brought out the fact that after asking competitive bids, which were sent In by the six big companies, he was amazed to find they were Identical. Not only were the bids unU form as to price, he stated, but they were Identical as to conditions of manufacture and were In "strict accor dance with the prices approved by the Industrial Board of the Depart ment of Commerce." This board was recently ^ dis banded following a controversy be tween George N. Peek, chairman of the board, and Director Illnes In which Secretary Redfleld of the Com merce Department and Secretary of the Treasury Glass were eventually Involved, and whloh arose over the refusal of Director Hlnea to abide by the K7-a-ton price for steel rails which was set by the board fallowing a conference with the steel men. At that time. Mr. Hlnes contended he could get lower prices under the system of competitive bidding. Yes terday's bids came as a boomerang, for every one of them was based on the $47 figure fixed by the Industrial Board. Koo Declares Chinese Still Distrust Treaty Paris. May 23.?Wellington Koo, ! member of the Chinese peace dele I Ration, declared today that the , treaty will be signed by China only with reservations, "if at all." j He said the delegation was still considering its course of action. : f SCREEN[ Doors A!fD MATERIALS SPECIAL SIZES U n o b t a inable elsewhere. Also double doors, ft X discount wttfc this ad. Phaae X. M81 SMALL'S 713 7th St. youn$ ?a6ies' Si)op 1217 G Street N. W. Suits,Capes & Dolmans MUST GO Regardless of Cost SATURDAY ONLY PRICES: $17.50 822.50 $29.50 839.50 Were $39.50 to $85.00 ? ? Some of these are reduced fully one-half of their original price and NOW is the time to get your Suit or Wrap for traveling. 100 Dresses Reduced ?Stylishly made of Serge, Tricotine, Taffeta, Jersey and Geor gette in all the newest Spring and Summer Shades. Prices to $45.00, C A Special at #>44. 3U Fishing By Dick Peed There It little encouragement to of f?r anglers except In sslt water flsh fflp TBSTWefTi muWyTwre anSTl Harper* Parry, and at the latter place both rI Tern are also high. Reek and perch have been caught around the city within the last few days, despite the muddy water: but i not In sufficient quantities to reeom- I mend fishing except aa an outing. Chesapeake Beach offers fishing worth a trial. A. L. Davla caught twnty-flrs croakers In a short time, and Mrs. Geo Halaey caught forty during th* week. John W. Hurley snd I.leut. Brown motored to Rock Point lost Saturday afternoon and fished for hard heads, landing sixty good fish. They were Joined on Sunday by Howard Brooks and Dr. W. E. WhIUon. The quartet landed forty-six. moat of which were distributed among their Washington I friends. An Immense school of rnck fish was reported around the pier at Chesa peake Beach the early part of the week. A twenty-three-pound carp was taken from the Tidal Basin last Sun day. Barnard Harding. Ban Harding, Dr. Randall Parsons and Mrs. Parsons, and Emll Haar went to Benedict on Sunday. A try for hard head* re sulted la their aatcblng twenty-four fish. Clarenoe Kohe and John Sheehan have gone to Maine for an extended pleasure trip. A good portion of their time will be spent angling in famous lakes of the Pine Tree State. John F. MurrelL, of the Washing ton Lumber Company, mentioned last week as catching an S-pound tarpon off the coast of Florida, is still at It i In a letter to Dr. Walter B. Sullivan , he tells of catching two more, one weighing 106 pounds and the other 108 pounds. Since then, the writer of "Fishing" has had a card from Jack.' and a aou written on ? scale oIf m 119-pound flsh. telling of further suc cess. His toul of bit f?!lowm now numbers Ave. with perhaps more sinoe hie last wHUnr Mr. end lira. W. E. Barron sad Mr and Mrs. Vernon Barron motorod to Great Kails on a fishing trip the first of the week. Owing to the muddy condition of the water they failed to make a large catch, bat returned with enough for a falr-sUed Ash fry. An example of what the commer cial era is doing to the aupply of Hah Is well told in the recent sale of ten large loads of herring, perch and other flsh to a Baltimore fertil ising establishment. There was a glut of flsh In the market, but the people were not told of It. These herring were nold for one-half cent per pound. Harry Forden. Frank Berras, Capt. Taylor and Ellas Wolfe motor ed to Rock Point Sunday morning for an outing on the water. They returned with a fair-sized bunchof but My the atom of Saturday la that part of the ecu/i* Interfered ?oimAM with flahlas Wolf* ex hibitor a Mf rook flah aa part of bla ?trllf. Prod Anderaon hold a clinic on the bis rock and rowa the mouth or the Bah ahowed no mark of a hook. He a*ya the ??h muat have lumped Into the boat For tha benefit of anT"v? who w?!i t? enjoy ea/Hy moralns Ashing we Slve the acheJttio of tha fti>t cai nr the ,'abln John line, bnt do t ot Vfuch for It beln* carried out. The flrat oar leaves the ham at *M a nv ?eea day*, and tM a. m. Sundaya. Somebody ahould eur??by voloe or flit?the practice of hosa who ancnor In front of you when they aoe yea catch Ins flah. There ahould he courteay on the water aa well aa in the parlor. An authentic report atatee that when the C. * O. 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