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REPORTED OUT House Leaclers Plan to Call Up Measure in Few Days. The House Commut?e on Ae-ricul l*re yesterday reported out the bill pro-ridine for Federal regulation of the cold storace industry, a* recom mended by President Wilson in'his -Trent hlRh-cost-of-livin^ addr.?.-. to Concreata. It is the plan of the House leaders to call up the bill wttbin the next few day?. The principal featurr.? of the measure are: 1. The time "limit for ? . :iHon of foodstuff* in cold .tora;, is lixerl at te.ei-.e months. ?. Each p?r-kagr withdrawn from cold atorase must be plainly marked lo ahow (he length of time the food ' has been held. 2. Violations of the proposed law rie made punishable by a fine not exceeding; 11.000. imprisonment for not more than one year, or b..th. enforcement of the aet is vested In he Ber?Mai) of Agriculture. He la directe?! by the bill ? o require cold storage operators to file monthly re ports. In addition lo ihr pcnilt> ertion. ? he bill also bars from interstate com merce foodstuffs not handled in com pliance with the law. Adequate pro vision is made for the enforcement of aanitation in all plants. The Sec retary of Agriculture is empowered to seil? food thai he rinds unwholesome or unlit for human consumption, and the Department of Justice, through '.'real district attorneys, is s?ven the ?luty of preventing Us sale. Such un fit food must be condemned for de ?truction or other disposition. For th* flrst year the law is In operation th? Secretary of Aariculture is irlven S?1.000 to defray the expenses of its enforcement $2,000 FOR MEMORIAL FOR EDITH CAVELL Th?? rlnve for thr F.dith Cavell-Marie Depage Memorial Fund was opened y?_eterday with a m ee ti ? g at the hom** of ?p*.. \??? Anderson on Massachu setts avenue. The meet ins was well attended by women prominent socially and a*? leaders and representatives of various wonifn's orfranixations of the oit>. A sympathetic interest was shown in th*- movement and almost $1.000 contributed to the fund by those present. Tn addition to this Tne Rlggs National K.*?.nk. which is acting- aa treasurer for the fund, reported $1.000 .?.-ready received prior to the opening of the drhe. making a good start to the -*um hoped for from the District. This fund is for the purpose of erect ins: an international hospital in mem ory of Kdith Cavell in the city where she spent her last years. This com mittee is under the patronage of the Kni? of Belgium. ABANDON ALL HOPE FOR MISSING SHIP Mobile. Ala., Sept. 3.?Hope for the safety or the Munsoo liner. .Munisla. ! row fourteen days overdue, from | Mobile to south side Cuban ports. I was abandoned today when search- ? injr ye?scls reported r?o trace had I Ijcrn founr- of the missini; steamer. II is ne. believed that the M?*M* was cnculfed by the tidal wave ?.. h ioli recently swept the Gulf of Mexico. The Munisla carried a crew of ihirtv men. IT HAPPENED ON THE HILL The Senate yesterday confirm?-*?! the nomination of Houston Tbomp- j son of Colorado to be member of! the federal trade commission. This is a reappointment. Claiming that th" President had no constitutional right, without the consent of Congress, to accept gifts from foreign rulers or states. Rep rejKBtative Rodenberg. Republican, Illinois, yesterday introduced a reso lution in the House calling for an investigation. Authority to carry commercial passengers and carero on army trans ports has been asked of Congress hy th" War Department, it was an nounced yesterday. legislation providing for the fu ture of the American merchant ma rine is to be framed by the House t rnmmittee on merchant marine and if*sheries after hearings, which be ?ran yesterday, are completed. Charges that he has violated civil F^PTrce rule- in selection of post masters are unfair, unjust and with out foundation of fact. Postmaster I Cenerai Burleson assorted yesterday ? n a letter to Speaker Cillett of the Mouse. The letter was in response io m Honre resolution asking in formation about filling of poktofflce vacancies. The House Committee on Foreign Allaire yesterday deferred action on ?he resolution of Representative Hust ?d. or New York, calling on the irov ernment to follow a policy of "hands "tr" in the Fiume controversy. I SHE'S FOR IRELAND?AG/\fflST AGI?ATORS. LADY D^eCZUS' New York, Sept. 2r.?Ireland is the most prosperous country in the world and would be all right but lor agitators, say? l.ach Decies, who has arivid in this country for a visit. Lady Dccics was Vivian Gould before she married and went across the water to live. Aichitects to Compete in ? Planning City Club's Home Quarters Will Include Auditorium Seating? i.ooo. Dining Rooms for Men and Women. Gym. Barber Shop and Card Rooms. A nine or ten -.story clubhouse, cost? ins J7O0.0D0 and containing uiany unique feature.-, is .?tiled for in the terms of the architectural competi tion ?n connection with the ercct.un of the City Club's Sl.OO&ftt) nome, ac cording to announcement by the building committee. Th*4 terms have just been approved by the club's board of governors, according to J. A. Whitfield. president of the club. The clubhouse, which will bo loca ? ted on the site at UM to 1330 G. j street northwest, will be fireproof ! throughout. The total cost will ex ceed IM-MM, as th. cos: -r the site land furnishings art- in addition to the maximum build in* ? o.-t of ?Rt*\u0O. Certain Feature? >perifie4. The. architects ma}? u.-r their own ingenuity in the nrmnftemenl of tb? clubhouse so long as certain features are embodied. Tho rlub will havr an auditorium that wiil seat at lea.-t 1.000 person?. This will be adaptable for lectures, addresses, concert.??, entertainment??*. mais meetings, dancing and moving pictures. There will hr a lar-.? dining" r-wm for ladi's and prentle men and a not he- onf- exclusively for *entlem*-n. Therr will bf nu merous ?onfenne?4 rooms with ??a pacities ranging up to sixty per sons and so arranged as to mak*? expeditious restaurant service in each one possible. A ladies* lounge and rest room will provide con \cnipn-~cs for tho.???* wom^n who ar?"? entitled to the club's privileges. A uniqu*1 feature will be change room?-, where boainess mm may shift from their office to evening clothes without thr inconvenient" of coing home. A member will b?" able to leave his evening clothes -it the club in the morning with in structions to have th? m cleaned and i pressed and ready for use at a cer tain hour. Shortly be for*4 the time for his e venin* engagement he can | rail at thr club rind, with the a*d ! of a valet, make a quick change ' that would do justice to a vaode ? ville actor, as far a.> speed La con ? cerned. ?(.TMiiuiim and Pool. The ruth will have a large gym nasium and a spaicous swin-n.in,g pool, ooth of which will be available on cer 1 tain specified days for tho families of i members. There will also be hand I ball courts. howling alleva, card I rooms, Im. hard and pool rooms, and ! approximately 1:5 sleeping rooms for | resident and non-resident members. The architects have been instructed to provide a roof garden, whicn probably will be used for danring and movine pictures, as well as for dining. A writing room and library also is plan ned. Five Arefciteetr. to Compete. A unique feature will be a cafeteria. 1 where quick service can be obtained by those memhers who have not time to visit the regular dinin* rooms. A barber shop and a news and cigar stand will furnish members every con venience. There will be special rooms for various officials of the club and rooms for valets will be provided. The competition is limited to five local architects, all of whom are members of the City Club, selected by the building committee. Invitations to enter the competition have been I sent to them. Above All, Teach The Children To Save Make the habit of THRIFT and SAVING one of the principal teachings of early childhood. Teach the child to save his pennies, nickels and dimes. Then, take him to the bank, open an account for him in HIS OWN NAME and teach him how to make his own deposits. It will very early tend to instill a feeling of self-reliance aiid independence that will be a ready and valuable asset during his school days and early business career. $1 only is needed to begin here. ?AND TRUST CO. *esottace s m tj. 000.000 ?John %. L?r-er. A**/ata*t The architect.-? arc A. P. Clark, jr.. Marsh & Peter, Milburn. Heister & Co.. Freddi ick I?. Pylc and Waddy l?. Wood. Plans muist be submittca to the Jury of award by Novem ber 1. The terms of the competition have the approval of the Washington Chi pter of the American Institute of Art hitects. The actual framing of Ihe termi was in the hands of a f-ub-committee composed of Ciccar A. Thorup. secretary of the building committee, and D. B. Casley. other members of the building commute*"1 which had entire charge of the work are James Sharp, chairman; Thoma.s Rones. William P. Kno and I. C. f.raham. Daniels Adopts Plan For Better Navy Pay Secretary ?f -h? Navy Daniels yes terday adopt id ? new and ?hort cut to legislation in th?*- matter of better pay for olBcera and men of the navy. Oanielfi announced thst he would on Monday next moot th--* chairmen and members of both committees of Con pre?-?- and give them ;tll the Informa tion he had and put in up to them to come to a d?rision. Repr?sentative? of the navy yards of the count p conferred with Seore tary Daniels yesterday on the ques tion of their right to th*- bonus or about $__?> per annum whuh waa pro vided by Oangrea? for all othr-r civil empio*. e5 of the Navy Pepartinent. NEGROES PUN EQUALITY DRIVE Will Ask $200,000 to Sup-! press Lynching and Jim Crowism. A nstional. plan wa? adopted yes terday by the National Equal Rights League tn "mske America safe" by formation of a nation-wile ?ham of equal rieht* organization? in every State. The?e State bodies will be composed of the local bodies. The object of the plan I* to de mand equal richte and self-defense acainst race discrimination, pro scription, segregation, and violence to the i-ojored race. - The l.-ncue adopted the principle of opposition to all. public-enforced separation of American citiien? for rare and color. The Rev. C. M. Tanner, paator ..t the Metropolitan A. M. B. Church, ?here the league I? holding Its twelfth annual meeting, with dele gates from thirty State*, was elect ed a? the rinuncisi director of a "national equal right? drive." This drive* i? to raise $200.finti to sup press lyneni?^. rlisfranchisemenr, r-e._regation snd Jim Crowi.-m. Th?: drive I* scheduled to begin Thanks -j: i \- * ? _r Day. ending on Douglas day. February 14. 1920 Mexico and England In Passport Squabble Mexico )? refusing to admit British subject? to Mexican territory. In re taliation for alleged discourtesies of t'.ie British government, il was stated in Mexican official circle* here yes terday. Great Britain h?s refuse?! to re ceive Mexican diplomatic representa tives and has refused to vise paas PortH of Mexican* to British do minions, and Mexico h*s done like wise. It was said. Guard? Bejin Drillt. Company B. Fifth Infantry. Dis trict National Guard, has re*umed regular weekly drills for the wln ler. A large number of men re porte?! for drill last week. Drills nee held even.' Friday evening at Na tional iiuar.i Armory, 472 I. street northwest. WATER TRIPS Old Point Comfort Norfolk Virginia Beach Ocean View Dally Ser? Ire. Verirr?. ?Ieri ?teasam. ?Kquipped with every device for the safety and comfort of pas. ?enger?. New York & Boston By Sea. City Ticket Office. 731 ink St. .V. \v.. Wasawsrs* Ball-Mat;. NORFOLK & WASHINGTON 1 STEAMBOAT CO. * NOTHEli?JTUEND /6e t_xpectantPM25 Applied Mothers ('i^l^ExteriTvally At All OresstSts _*jbbb??sbJ ?bbbbbbTbB. ?al ^^bjsjbbbbbbbbbbI BBS? BBSS*"? G| *J? ??JvpeTLLn ?fcCULATO? CQ.PPT I O, An oer_ f.. The Most Famous Musical Instrument in the World VICTROLA Limited Stock of This Popular Instrument A void Disappointment Call Today or Tomorrow This Model?Style X $HO.oo (Other Models from $25.00 to $300.00) A convenient arrangement for payment may be made SPECIAL NOTICE ALL CARUSO GALLI-CURC1 FARRAR HOMER TETTRAZINI SCHUMANN-HEISK And other exclus ve VICTOR ARTIST* */ 50 Records formerly selling up to $3.00 are now $ 1.00 . i and This is your real opportunity to add these VICTOR RED SEAL RECORDS to your library at popular prices. The Sooner You Call the Better Your Selection. Ansell, Bishop & Turner. inc. 1221 F Street (Successors to Cohen & Hughes) The Meat Moeler* nnrl M.ltnlnernt I j? Knnl.pe* Vistar Vkoerroom? la thr I nUerl Matra, en? Ike I.arar.I la Washington. Phone Franklin 6900 ? W. ^ yUosas f Sons ? ano ??Uveatl? Sis. Upholstery 25th Annual September Furniture Sale For the Dining Room Fine Colonial Mahogany Buf fet. Regular price. $181.00. Sep tember Sale price, $125.00. Solid Mahogany Buffet. Reg ular price, $110.00. September Sale price, 195.00. Solid Mahogany Buffet. Reg ular price. $98.00. September Sale price, $83.00. Three-piece Solid Mahogany Dining Room Suite. Buffet .China Case and Serving Table. Regu lar price, $195.00. September Sale price, $1(5.00. Solid Mahogany China Case Regular price, $67j00. Septem ber Sale price, $55-00. Solid Mahogany Dining Room Table. Regular price. $67.00. September Sale price, $52.00. MahoganySenringTable. Reg ular price, $40.03. September Sale price, $25.00. Mahogany Magazine Rack: Queen Anne design. Regular price. $29.50. September Sale price, $23.00. mmm+ _ The Linen Shop Places cti sale for Thursday, Friday and Saturday odd.?- and ends of tvgh-class merchandise at greatly reduced prices. No phone orders accepted. Sales are final. Pare Linen Table Goth* and Napkins 11 Hot h 5. 2_ yards. $10.50 regular)-. For $_M each. 25 Cloths, 2x2Vi yards. $H_5 regolari? For $MdM each. 15 doth?. 2x3 yards. $1-50 regularly. For SUM each. 1 Cloth, 2"s4_2H yards. $17.00 regularly. For $_UM. ?? dozen Napkins, 22x22 inches. $12.25 regularly. For $*M dozen. -, Five pieces Bleached Pure Linen Crash Toweling, plain white. 35c regularly. For 25c yard. 25 dozen Hemstitched Union Huck Towels, one-half linen ; 18x35 inches. 50c regularly. For 39c each. 20 dozen Turkish Bath Towels, hemmed; 18x35 inches. 59c regularly. For 39c each. 10 dozen Bleached "Bontex" Cotton Pillowcases, 42x72 and 45x72. 95c value. For 59c each. 8 dozen 54x90 Pequot Cotton Sheets for $1.25 each. 48 Lacc-trimmed Scarfs, values up to $3.00, for $L50 each. 1,000 Women's Initial Cotton Handkerchiefs. 2 for 25c 50 dozen Men's H. S. Corded Border Handkerchiefs. 15c regu rly. For ?le each. September Rug Specials Seamiest Velvets A very attractive sl-rowing of all-over and medallion effects in a variety of pleasing designs and colorings. 9-12, $47.59 ?"??a ? VfVy f*__?^^?' Axminster Well Woven High-pile Rugs, in deep rich colorings and a splen did assortment of designs. 9-12, $45.00 tUxlO.9, $3730 36x93, $7.5? 27x54, $430 And larger sizes up to 11.3x15. Good Quality Linoleum In a selection of designs and colorings suitable for kitchens, pan tries, bath?, etc. Special September price. 9Sc square yard. Fine Quality China Matting, new designs and color effects; a good, inexpensive floor covering. Special price, 55c per yard. For the living Room Solid Mahogany Wmdsor Rocker or Arm chair to match, with hairrJoth cushion. Regular price. $35.00. September Sale price, $2Sj00. Solid Mahogany Arm Rocker or Armchair to match; cane back, upholstered seat Regular price, $27.50. September Sale price, $77 59 Mahogany Library Table, colonia) design. September Sale price. Colonial Library Table, large size; any. September Sale price, $4949. Mahogany Round Felt-top Table. Regular pnce, $20.00. September Sale price, $12j99. F&r the Bedroom Mabogartv Dresser. Regular price, $58.50. September Sale price, $4330. ChifioTobe to match. Regular price, $59.00. September Sale price, $4339. Toilet Table to match. Regular price, $48.50. September Sale price. Full Size Mahogany Bed. Regular pnce, $54.00. September Sale price, " Full Size Wahret Bed. Regular price, $56.00. Sptaoal September Sale price, G Full Size Four-poster Mahogany Bed. Special September Sale price, $3239. Fme Large SoCd Mahogany Wing Arm Rocker or Arrncharr to match, cane wing hack, upho-rteied seat. Regular price, $45.00. September Sale price, $39.00. Three -piece Mahogany I?-?ring Room Soke. Settee, Armchair and Arm Rocker. Special September Sale price, three pi?-ces on Mahogany Da ?rea port Table. Regular prie. $48X0. September Sale price, $4139. Three-piece L*vmg Room Suite? ?Qrjeen Arme design; Large Daw-nport, cane back, spring cushion seat construction, 2 pillows and roll for d_"Penport_ dark blue upholster - ing; Aj-mchair and Rocker to match. Tbree pieces, regular price, $375.00. September Sale price, $27SJ9- Davenport, $147 JO. Arm Rocker, $S5JT Armchair, $53.90. Lamp DeoartiTgent Antrqoe Gold Floor Lamp*, b-rrmsbe-d edges? 2-ligbt nt-?re, chain socket-. $?7J? each. Antique Ivory Floor Lamps, graduated eol tnnn, deeply band-carved base, ?-light nxt-Erc. each. Solid Mahogany Chair l-mps. beaut rlufl rmished with hand-painted decorations. SSjM each. 20-irrch Silk Shades, m bine or rose silk, re?> lined with gold silk, deep pleated gatler?. fiaabed with double lilk frmge aad gold tassels. SBLM each. Parchenent Shades for Door lampa, h?nd pajnted decorations in van?os designs. S?UH each Solid Mahoganv Table I-amps. 2-ligttt fat tures. MS?. $*M and SUM each. Boodotr Lamps, in single-light styles, ia plain mahogany, decorated mahogany and ? gray, bine and rose finishes. "These are cial'ly attractive. S-M op to SUM each. ? and 10 lach Silk Shades for above. __na?. bitte, rose. gold, green and n-rolberry. fims?est with gold galloon. StM op to SitM each. Solid Mahogany Candlesticks, highly pol ished. Each has glass drip ctrp. $1_3. $_?*, $1-1 and $IM each. Daring the September Sate wo are allowing 10% discount from r?| prices on all Lamps and Shades.