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OF AUTO THIEVES -'?* Major Pullman in Report Urges Stringent Measures To Curb Robbers. ? A more stringent law to ?sterminate tne automobile thief waa urged by.MaJ. Raymend W. Pullman, ?uperinte-dent of police. In another ?edlen ef his an nual report to the District Commis sioners, made public last night- ? law a+rould be enacted providing for Im? ttri-ienraent of automobil? thieve? for "TSt ?sor? than fifteen year? nor leas Uta ? one year, the Major stated. ??The stealing of automobiles is be tauen ing a nove serious problem ?ach yar with every police department In ?he l'nlted Statei?." the**report stated. '?While the Washington police were arnrtcwhat more fortunate than many other departments, having recovered In 191? more than M per cent of stolen machines, yet It ts realised that there ?? as urgent, a need of checking thefts ln this city as in other places where more cars are lost. "The number of profeulonal thieves Is increasing each year, and th? re covery of cars by the pollas depart ment is batiasslng so)??*? aad more dif ficult, and entails one of the graatMt ?rg?n??? ln any branch ef sebee woi Tea often tne ?teallng ef unlocked or Insecurely lealtad ?utoaiebU?? Is naItasi a 'Joy-ride,' and the person gats I very easily la tha cesarte. ** WOULD INVESTIGATE ACTIONS OF THE HOUSE INVESTIGATING BODIES CONTlNCgD ON PAOS TWO. aswsil. "would be sirf"?*??"?? wans.lt ?tot tragic. This Congress has been la ??salon av? month? end nothing done! The Republican leaders have cold feet on their own proposai l?gt?lativ? program. Their loudly announced legislative program la practically un touched at this late day. "The expense to the people of their inaction has approximated 130.000 s day, or 12.600.000. already expended In the current expense? of this special ?eaaton, to say nothing ef the vast additional expenditures through th? protracted operations of the various Investigating committee? "The Republican loader? in this House, although wholly responsible for the legislativ? program, hesitate. ?Me-atcp, duck, dodg? and quibble amone themselves "The country wants legislation on the railroads, the merchant marine. th? control and development of our national resource?, our military and naval policies, and ?oldler-relttf meas ure?. "Much noise wss made by the Re publicans as to the Lane land bill, and yet that bill ?trenti y sleeps on ff?e calendar, though prepared with great ???tentation in the committee room where Republican leader? had thatr picture? taken In dramatic action lav ing the soldier?. It is wall known that th? Republican leader? can secure, ac tion oa a ?oidi??-?' relief measure of aome character aay day they have tbe uassia?? to tackle It, My roaolu tlon Watt reveal to the Congress ?aast the country the amount of time ' ?d ?ad money squandared on th? political Investigation?. EXHIBIT HEaAXTHY B.ABIES IN WINDOW TO .AID DRIVE Children Seen at 1303 F Street Northwest Be ing Shown by Florence Crittenton Heme To Spur D. C. Folks to Lend a Hand. t.- far th? moat interesting store ?>indow in Washington this week la 11 It) ? ?treat, nort?rest. it hold? the miniature baby show of the Florence Crlttenton Home and Help Mission, at US Third street. northwest. The Mission la conduct ing a drive for funds, and could have iliade no more sensible appeal than t?> simply ?how the practical result i" fund? already contributed. Every o:ic of the perfectly beautiful babies on display Is a living, breathing wit** nca? to the able and beneficent ad ministration of the Mission. There are two little fellows, aged two and three months, who are quite unawsre that they are very much In the public eye. They ?pend most of their time In the Land of Nod. and ?re wakened only at bathing and meal time. There are three little fellow?, each aged one year, wab bling about in a ?mall pen. occasion illy sitting on a toy piano (which has long since had all the tune sat out o? it?, or wrestlln; good-naturedly tor the possession of a small red ctnarr. A dear little girl of two-and a-half. In pink rompers, plays In a pen In the center of the window. To th? right of her. two young tiers of ais. months each, roll about Hi a small white crib, or, lying on their stomachs, raise themselves on rheir hands, and stare wld*-?y?d at Uie admiring crowd. To the left, a ?.aller crib holds two more youngstars. ? ho have seen about four months service In this hard old world of ours. There seams to be a preponder ance of boys among these preci ??us "love babies.'* and handsome. b-uneinsr. healthy boys they are! The Florence Crlttenton Mission Is ?heir home; it opened it? srms to rheir trembling mother?, and wel qomed them when they came. It is.? taken the most sdentine care or them. They are clear-skinned. Healthy, kicking, normal kiddies. V they were to be listed for adop tion, every one of the ten would Une a thousand takers, and there ?Ire many other babies just as fine iti the; mission nurseries. | ? area for Mather? aad ?able?. ? But that is not the purpose of the M ?pe and Help Home. The babies * long to the mothers who bore ?*_?ean and the mission care? for both linder and baby for as long as tine;- may n-^erj rare. The matron ?taled that they urged every rfi.ther to stay for at least six j ?ii'nths with them and her baby. Il?? s enables the girl to get h?jr atiysleaI -trength bsck. to see her !?>!?? get a gr??d hold on Ufe, and, s'hat Is more Important, It enables i,.. habe to get such a hold upon I? r tv-artstrings that she wtll nt??.??",- be willing to give it np. "Tiien ?-lie good and broad-minded ?s > v. arm-hearted women of the raiss or? try in every way to ? trr-nr;.hen the morale of the ??VKher. ro that when she goes out ?pu? the world again she will not lal'.ind?"?" a second time. They And ?e position for her, usually In th? ?*>?intry. where ??he can have her ligVby ?villi her. but they will not G. a'ly turn her baby over to her tenni they are certain that she la BlblBaj to try. at least, to "keep ?jialght." * Alaaa to Mel? Methesa. 'tie Tilth??!? of the babies are not l"*u gira; they ar? weak, or footsh. ?* inexperienced: but they are well wo. ? h s?vi?i~. ?.ml the mission figure? ?al io give them ? fresh ?tart In lit- . to ???? them their own baby, rad get them to assume reaponalbillty ?V,? if. will go farmer toward keeping lassi,-, straight and helping them m?? ?.dye uto proper womanhood than aay ? ?i? r influence that could be brought : ? bear They have found, from long eapertenc?. that If the child Is taken from the mother, or If It ?Mes, ?he 1.? u? lo go to the bad as fast as l'**s.''!e. Vet of the slrls cared fer at the ????.'?Ion are what one might term ??jfh-cla.ss girls: They are clerks. ?crcr-aptier?-, sometime? even teach ? and graduates of college?. They ?HASTY COLDS ARE i RELIEVED AT ONCE - "Pape? Cold Co-peutT Twsu ????? Up a Old i. ? I Few Hoar?. ????n't stay stuffed-up! Quit blow ??? and snuffling! ? dose of "Pane's Old Compound" taken every tw?. i?nirs until three doses are taken su?M.? breaks up a severa eeld and 'itds all grippe misery. Tli" very first dose opens ?roar '?sTged-uB nostrils and the air passages of the head; stops nose -unninar; relieves the headache. jullneas. feverlshneaa, ?neeslng, loreness and stiffness. Tape's Cold Compound" Is the lutckest. ?rarest relief kntown aad rarit? only a few cent? at drug ?t?jre? It acts without assistance, ?He* nice, contains no qatnlne? (asset uBpn Papa's.?Adv. w?ra not everybody's girl They war? one-man girls. Oh. certainly, the girl? were' weak, of course, assi equal]/ to blame, sometimes; but ?bay must still be strong enough to shoulder ail the responsibility, while tha men are running around quit? unconcerned. Tht matron ln charge of tha mis sion said ah? '"hoped to God" that Or Ellen Spencer Mussey'? proposed bill, which would practically letrltl matlse all children, give a child Its father's name where parentage I? proved. And ?nabi? It to Ittherlt prop erty the asme aa other children, born la wedlock, would be ?peedtly passed. Senator Edge Ad Crab Speaker. Senator Edge, of New Jeraey, has been ?elected as the principal a peak ?r at th? first luncheon to be bold by th? Advertising Club of Wash ington, scheduled for. this afternoon at IM? o'clock at the Willard, last ing only one hour and fifteen minutes Zapatiitaj Raid Mexico City. New Tork. Oct. 20.?Mexico City has been raided by Zapatista band? of rebels, according to Excelsior, ont. of the leading papers of that city. slated October 11, a copy of wnleh waa received here today. *==-^= Three Doctor? Advis ed Operation, But Virginia Man Take? Hudson'? Iron and Nux Tonic Instead. Large Knot aad Severe Soreness in Stomach Disappear After Tak ing Three BottJes of Virginia Doctor'? Prescription. "l'or a long tima I ?uff?red with a large knot and aavere and painful ?oreness In my stomach. Three doc? tors prescribed for me, ?und each of them linally advised that an opera tion was absolutely necessary. 1 bought a bottle of your Hudson's Iron and Nux Tonic aad after taking thl? bottle I felt ?o much better that I bought two other bottles. Aft?r taking th? Ihre? bottles th? knot and soreness entirely dUappearad and 1 never felt better ln my life." Thl? voluntary testimonial from Ray Smith. Hopew?ll. Va., recounts one of the many instance? where truly remarkable re?lts have followed th? use of Hudson's Iron ano) Nux Tonic, a wonderful preparation put up In liquid form by a Virginia drug gl?t. It la all medi?la??no boos*, no dope. Hudson's Iron aad Nux Tonic en rich?? the blood and supplie? It with iron, which la nccetsary for repair ing worn-out tissue. It build? up a healthy circulation. It restores sluggish liver? (from th? liver the blood I? poisoned) and kidney? to a normal, healthy condition and act? gently on the bowel?. Thus by fur nishing a supply of rich, revivifying Iron to the system through the blood and promoting a proper elimination of polsonou? Ml? through the liver. kidney? and bowels, It restore? list less, anemic people to vlgoroua health. Rheumatism, catarrh of th? ?torn aci-, running sore?, bolls, pimple?. ?lek headache, asalaria, chills, fever and Jaundice disappear after taking Hudson'? Iron and Nux. Uniment and salves can do no good If th? blood falls to perform Its function. I? your blood impoverished? Has the hot weather left you weak and run down? Take Hudson'? Iron and Nux Tonic and feel your ambition and energy return aad your brain become once more clear and keen. A general worn-out condition la difficult to treat In any other way becau?? a blood purtnar aad general tonic 1? n?cd?d. and a supply of Iron for the rebuilding process. Hudson*? Iron and Nux Tonic supplia* all th??? ne?d?. Treatment for the ?tom ach can do little good If th? liver and bow?l? are alugglah. A purga tive 1? only half a remedy and leave? one weaker than before If th? blood I? thin and lacks Iron to build up new ?tr?ngth. That Ir why ao many people give up hop? and reconcile ?.".""??T? te "S? ?* ?leerable half.uaafplnaaa. Thousand? of men a.r? ?,ew.*?. w**r*ng out under th? ?tre?? ??f th, demand? of office or ?hop. Thousands ef vetan drear t'.**?Ur^ ???"?*?*?? roars of house; holrf drudgery with bodies too weak to stand the -?train. Hud.? ?*, fron and Nux offers them relief from their ml?ery without nausea, without swallowing; pills' or table??, without losa of Urn? from busiaea? or oleas ur?. Tmprov?m?nt follow? the fir? dose and continue? until completa bodily strength returns. Hudson*? Iron and Nux build? up a reoern power to re?i?t attack? of coif grippe. Influansa. eta. The return aetTSSfLifi W ?? Pl^Ctid by health official? af man'? and (Mag and by army surgeons. el.tloa .of Europe and America. No one ?hould ent.r the winter in a g-n?ral atato of dabtlitv. Qs? Hudson'? Iron and Nux Tonic? a full 1?^. bottle for 11.90?fronl your druggl.t. and If. after taking It you aro not satisfied wtth thi rewlt he will r**fund ?5?G mono* Tf vour drugglat cannot supply yo? e-rvter ?rem the Hudson Medicine Co?. Ine, r-eUr.burf. tftj. jjki?d by ?Si ?c*en People'? &ugr ?Horae.--Adv. MASONS RECEIVE BURNS VOLUMES -;??t! Rare Collection Presented Scottish Rite at Temple a House. Dedication of the William R. Smith "Burnslsna" collection, com prising several hundred volumes 01 rare works of the poet. Robert Burns, was a feature of last night's meeting In the House of the Temple, Sixteenth and 8 streets, of the bien nial sesaton of the Supreme Council of the Ancient and Accepted Scot tish Rite for the Southern Jurisdic tion of ths United States. Theodore W. Neyes made the presentation ad dress. Statues of lai* and Neplithya wer? unveiled at the foot of the main stairway leading to the council chamber. David Bdstrom, the sculp tor, made an address In which the symbolism of the statues was ex plained. The exercises last night were witnessed by prominent Masons of Washington and. their famille? and some specially Invited guest.*. For mer Senator Clair Lee. George H. Unir and George Fleming Moore made short addresses. Mr. Moyas told the history or the Smith collection sad related the man ner In which the collection eras ob The first session of the ?upnia? council ?vas held yesterday morning behind tiled doors. Sovereign Grand Commander George Fleming Moore read his allocation before the council, which repreienta the active Inspectors general of the Thirty-third Degree of Scottish Rite Freemasonry. The session of the Supreme Council will continue throughout the week. A meeting ef the Royal Order of Scot land will be held tomorrow nicht, and this order will hold He banquet Thurs day evening Th? Grand Lodge choir of Maryland. composed of forty voices, under the direction of Dr. Angus tus Hobart Smock, rendered several selections at the exercises last night. Bequeathes To Wife Bulk of His Estate Lewi? B. Thomson, who died Oc tober 15. In his will filed for pro bate In the District Supreme Court yesterday names his wife. Annie R. Thomson, as executrix and gives her the greater portion of his es. tate. He bequeaths to his wife a house at StlS Center street northwest, a piano, all household furnishing and a $1.100 promlascry note. Thr others who will benefit through the will are Alfred R. Thomson ?nd Harriet H. Glbbr. The will is dated October ?7. 1?1T. 7 YOU ? ? WANT TO DANG? ?' YOU CAM LEARN AT THE RIGHTWAY SCHOOL OF DANCING Opaa * ?. as ?O? Up.? UIC ?KW YORK AVEJtlK IBXweea 12th ? ?tb Ms.l I'rof. Cala. M Im Kits husk aad Mr?. H. I.. Hol? neraonnlly ?cach ili? all the latest afp? fea ?ret. waits, aae-atep. ete. Privat? lea se?? aay hoar. T5e. Che??? tb? ItlOHTWAT ACADEMY aad yea will ne? beT disappointed. Dane? lag every night. Yen need not bare appaiata????. Capital ?nd Surplus ? 12,000,000 THESE are abnormal times; prices are in flated; a dollar will buy possibly ? third less thai it would before the war. ?I Stack away as many dollars as you can spare and you'll have money to utilize to ad vantage when economic read justments bring the dollar's buying power back to par. _r\Vr invtt? demstta In any arso?t-rar uniform rat? taf Intere* on ?mall an-l lare? account?. National Savings & Truet Company, Cor. ISA aad ?. T. Are. riFTY-THino year. MEETING TO DISCUSS TRINITY HOME DRIVE Vinal plans for the participation of Washlngtoa's business mon In the drive for $10,009 for tbe perma nent eatablishmant ln th? Capital of a jionsectarlan Trinity Commun? ity Bouse will be made at a meet? Ing this afternoon of the team cap tains It. headquarter? of the drive In th? Wyatt Building. Percy 8. ? Foater, campaign man ager, ha? appointed the following men to head the various teams: William Knowle? Cooper, ?. ?. Adam?. Allen Cowle?, Roland Reb bi ns, Charles P. Light, Fulton T?ewj?. Charles Henry Butter, I. Goldhelm, Joseph Kaufman, Thomas A. Lee. William o. Csrter, B. Age? Bowles, Ueorge P. flacks. P. B. Flrtcher. H. T. Taft. Harry King. J. Boober. R. Fulkerson, Q. Lydano nnd II. Lansburg. Women captains are Mrs. Robert Reese and Mr?. Townsley ?. McKee Committees sre being established In the various'government depart ment? and bureaus, and already a tentative list of chairmen have been announced. They follow: Edward Stewart, chief clerk. Department of Justice: William M. Lockwood. In-* ? erst ate Commerce Commission ; F. W. Flncher. United States Railroad Administration; Rutkln R. McArdlc, Po?tornc? Department- ?. P. Web ster/ Panama Canal Office; William H. Smith. Board of Mediation and Conciliation: Allen R. Boyd. Con gressional Library, and Robert M. Ree??, Department of Agriculture Husband Seeks Divorce And Custody of Child Charging mlicondeet on the part of his wife while h? wa? ?erring la the world war. Herbort F. Weser yesterday Hied a suit for absolute divorce In tb? District Supreme Court against Vera Lan? Weser. According to the bill, the Wesers ware married in Alexandria. Va September ST, 191S. They have one child. \ Mr. Wasar. la hla bin. state? that his wife left him May 20. 1919. Through his attorney?, Whttford and Emerson. Jr.. Mr. W??er ask? the court to glv? blm th? cuatody of their ch-Jd. Supreme Court Upholdi Con-riction. The Supreme Court yesterday, by refurini.' lo r-vltw th? c???. uphiii the conviction of Frederick O. Bal coni, of Rhode laland. who declared during a liberty bond campaign, the, covernment claimed, that the war bond? are **not worth the paper they are printed on."_ ) afka'8 ? FOR YDUNG FOLXS AND APftBAFOR F ?t TetvtK St. FOR THE KIDDIES Fascinating New Styles in , the Warmest of Coats Fashioned of Soft? Woolly Fabric? Which Will Keep Out the Chill of Winter Winds. SMARTLY-TAILORED COATS ?for the girls of 6 to 14 years. Broadcloth, velour, Bolivia and silvertone?with muffler or convertible col lar?buttoned belt. Some fur-trimmed. Priced from $19.50 to S45.00 COATS FOR THE YOUNGSTERS ?2 to 6-year sizes. Good-looking coats of excellent quality chinchilla, broadcloth, zibeline and cheviot. Colors are reindeer, navy, green, brown and gray. Prices range from $10.00 to $35.00 GOVERNMENT SALE Furniture and Household Goods Thl. ?ale inrlutJe? ll-rlr.or. Ihm, aad nlalaa Floor. Farnllarr. Linea?. China aad lilaaaavare. Kltebe? rienr.Ha and ?bout FIVE THOUSAND BLANKETS At $2.50 to $6.00 Each All Item, will be ?old at ?et priera, aad la ?ay ftnaattty ?ralred. A ?ale for the ha rei vrlth limited aaraaa. ?ale. from 1? a. m. ?o 4 p. a?, eaeh Mondar. AVednr.ri.j? aad Friday darlag Oet.ber, aad ?wadaeted by United States Housing Corporation la their ?varehoaaee at North Capitol and D Streets. Mercer Motors Co. announce the election of ? s ? Mr. Emlen S. Hare -*? as 'President and 1 General Manager 1 IT HAPPENED ON THE HILL A Mat resolution authorising tha United Mat?? to paitlcpata ta tas work of the International Aircraft Standards Commission was adopted by th? Senate yesterday. The House Banking aad Currency Commuta? yesterday reported th? Bdge bill ?allowing national bank? to tnv?at la corporations carrying oa foreign trade. Inve.tlgetion of th? Congresslon?! Investigating Committee was asked in the House yesterday afternoon by Raprooatntatlve Aswtll. Democrat, of leoutalaaa. H? claimed numerous in vestigating committees are ?pendln?: laie*? suina on junkets aad clerical staff? while their member? are urging strict governmental economy. Aswefl attacked Republican lead??*? on charges of delaying important legisla tion, such as the railroad, army reor .tion and merchant marine bill?, while the laveatKatln?; committee? "?peni week? trying to dis up cam paign mater?I for 1W0." , The argent deficiency bill. c?rryinc approximately ??0.000.00?. wa? report ed to the Senate yeeterday by Chair man Warren, of th? Appropriation? Committee. The Senate expeeta to act on tha measure today.. The Senat? Judiciary Committee yeeterdey ordered a favorable report on the bill to prevent ?endlnc of bomb? or other explosive? through the mall. The bill wa? a retrait of the bomb plot exposed laat eumm.r. which Included dynamltine tb? home of Attorney General ?raimar. D'Aam-sf? Ti??te. OvH- 30.?Oebrlele d'Annun zio has laened a proci?_iati?? dedar liisT that henceforth ?nume will be coneidered In the IKht of a fortress In wartime, it wae learned yeeter day. Persons professing sentiments hostile to ?"lume*? "cemee" win be retarded as enemies and liable to the death penalty, the ?tatement ?aid. ?f Filai Cra* i Is Held by Coroner's Jon diaria? C. Nuk, tha.? n ? the street ear that figured la tha fata crash with a Oaarf arana af ?Srp trook of the Walter Read Heasatt? Monday of last weak at nni|k ave aue aad Dug???g ?treet ua?tha??' >eeterday waa iirtaigl by a e?r?a?r' Jury to be bald tor ?he action af th grand Jury. 1?aeh Is at tlaerty ?nade The eras* of the atreet car aad ?*> truck reaalted la the death af tw person* and the Injury of ????iiH?si Miagara ralla. ?. T.. Oct. M - Prince of Wale? today prsaa medals to about thirty Nlageura trk-t -asea who ?9?uwed bravery In the world war. Striks TI? Up Str-btt Cn. , Knoxvnie. Tana . Oct. LtV okiaat as*? ?enrice continued at a atandatlll t? day. tbe third day ef the strike. Kf _< forts to bring about a peaceful ?ttl? " ment have -net with fallara. We Close Saturday at 6 o*Clock OLD DUTCH MARKET OCTOBER SALE A Harvest of Lowered Food Prices AD This Week w HO want? to reduce the cost of living? Then read every hem in thi? ?<f?_ti?*jn?? t_ Every day thi? week we will offer a ?enes of ?ales-compelling value? that will make big savings posiible for every housewife in Washington. Here we the first day*? of fering?. Don't miss one of them. Watch Every Evening'? Paper fer Hei? Sale Hews. FRESH HAMS, 8 to 10 Ibi. Average Weight 1L32C Pork Chop?, Ib.. ?12c and 45c Pork Lo_, whole. tV, 40c Pork Roasts, lb., 41c aad 44c Chuck Roast of Prime Native Beef, lb.:.25c Gold Medal Buckwheat Flour, pkg.lie Aaat Jemima Paecake Flour, pkg.14c White Cora Meal, 12 Ibi.55c Yellow Cora Meal, lb. Cc Shredded Codfish, pkg.ISc Viaco Sah Fish, pkg.20c Flemish Cape Codfish, ft.2Sc N. L Codfcsh, 2 pkgs.ISc October Sale Bring? Low? Price? oa EVERT Sire of CRISCO" 33c S50c ~98c "M.95 ?All ?hortoning?purely vegetable?absolutely pure. Gold Dot, large pkg.28c Felt-Naphtha Soap, 2 cake?.ISc C. it C. Oleine Soap, cake. 6c Export Borax Soap, cake. 5c Cox's Gelatin, large pkg.ISc Kaox Gelatin, largo pkg.2*c Raisins, new stock, pkg.?...lie Can?its, new stock, pkg.24c October Sale Prices On "Holland 12* Belle" ^ ?FL0UR Will Set Was-nloi T.Ik_g "Gold Medal" 12-Ik. bag.... 85c Rumforcl's BakingPowder,'?!?, 25c Buy Them by the Dozen Cans and SAVE! PEAS "Hobn" Telephone 7?" $1.00 "Kingfisher" Peas, Oaa Dae. 15c $1.75 Tick o' the Pach," Caa r>??. 19c $2.25 Campbell's Soups ?"10c All kinds except Tomato or Qiiclcen. CORN "Young H?aa," 12.C $U5 "Sweet Meadow," 15c $L75 "Couatry "???G???." ?Oaa Daa, 19c S2.25 "EVERYDAY" MILK, 7 S-gl-6 s_40c Challenge Condensed Milk, Can, 18c Sweeten? your tea and coffee a? well as color? it?use it instead of fresh milk while sugar u *o scarce. Our Special Orange ? Pekoe Tea, lb., 75c If you are faddy and hard to plea?e about tea just try this one?. For quality, flavor aad aroma you'll find it fully equal to most teas at a dollar a pound Our Special Santos Coffee, lb., ?40c We're keeping it at this price w_le the October sale lasts. The same high quality as always, freshly roasted, and ground in your presence, coarse, medium, fine or pulverized, just as you prefer it. Sunshine Spicy Snaps, lb? 18c Specially fresh, thin rolled and baked to a turn, ??nth the real ginger flavor?you can't help but enjoy them. While they last during the October ?ale? 18c lb. 2 lbs., 35c