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Senator Sherman Indicates
He Will Carry Fight to Senate Floor. WINS BY 5 TO 4 VOTE Affidavits and Personal Statements Introduced Before Committee. Senator Sherman Indicated late featerday that he will take the |?>sht against the conSrmation of the *ev- Dr. John Van Schaick. Jr.. for itatrict Commissioner to the floor ?? the Senate. This action followed i favorable report on the nomina , , n "r Dr. Van Schaick by the Sen District Committee. The vote vas 5 to 4. A continuation of the -m Dr. Van Schaick 111 "e based in part on the ab ?ence of two members of the Dis rict Committee who are believed to ?e opposed to his confirmation. Senator Jones, of Washington, in troduced the motion for the con Irmation of Dr. Van Schaick. sec ?nded by Senator Sheppard. of Tex Th* ayes on tho motion wero ?enator Sheppard. Senator Calder, jenator Rail. Senator Capper and J^nator Jones. Senator* Sherman. -Wlinpham. Vew and King voted the confirmation. Just before the action of the com* nittee Dr. Van Schaick appeared tnd made a long statement in his '*n defense. He laid before the Senators numerous affidavits to ?rove that he Is a legal resident of he District of Columbia, that he l?d not vote at Coblesklll. N. Y.. In ^?917. as has been alleged, and that Is no longer a resident of Coble dcill. V lavewtlgates Ballot Story. Most of the affidavits were collected ?y ^r- ^ an Schaick while on a visit o his former home last week. He slaimed that the vote in his name at .obleskill in 1917 was ca*t by his fcther. At the time he was alleged o have cast the vote he asserted hat he was serving in Europe with he Red Cross. I have the sworn statement of %ura J. Rrown. town clerk of Coble *'11: Fronds L. Smith, poll clerk, md Charles Rrewster. clerk of the H>ar*l of elections of Schoharie Coun y. that I did not vote In that county n 1*1,. I have the statement of 'ared Van Wagenen. Jr.. member of he assembly representing Schoharie .ountv that on or about July 4. 1919. ?o a-k*d me to come to Coblesklll to 'ote in the election of November fol owing. and that I refused, saying hat 1 was a resident of Washiftg on." Senator Calder remarked that he ould confirm what Dr. Van Schaick aid about the carrying of names on he lists of registered voters In small owns of New York State. He told of ?ne case where a man was carried ?n a list for ten years without once laving voted. Clayton Asks Questions. ^ ? McK. Clayton, who opposed the j>r?olntment and confirmation of Dr. _?an Schaick. asked where he was ^Mien he had the conversation in ehicb he declined to vote last year n Cobleskill. I'pon Dr. Van Schaick 4>lying that he was in Cobleskill, dr. Clayton asked whether he then ought to ha\e his name removed rom the list of voters. j "So," was the reply. That is all I have to say,** re narked Mr. Clayton. Replying to questions about his ? rvices abroad. Dr. Van Schaick aid that he had served as captain, aajor and then lieutenant colonel n the American Expeditionary porce ana had been assigned to the ted Cross. He claimed that he had ?een forced to spend at least S5.000 ?f his personal funds to meet the xpenses of himself and his wife rhile abroad. The hearings were loi*ed immediately after the exam nation of Dr. Van Schaick. ]UIT MEAT WHEN KIDNEYS BOTHER fake a glass of Salts before break fast if your Back hurts or b Bladder is troubling yon. "No man or woman who eats meat regularly can make a mistake by .*ushing the kidneys occasionally, says , well-known authority. Meat forms Tic acid which excites the kidneys, hey become overworked from the train, get sluggish and fail to filter he waste and poisons from the blood, hen we get sick. Nearly all rheuma Ism. headaches, liver trouble, nerv ousness. dizziness, sleeplessness and xinary disorders come from sluggish Sdneys. The ifcoment you f el a dull ache o the kidneys or your back hurts r if the urine is cloudy, offensive, full f sediment, irregular of passage or .ttendcd by a sensation of scalding, top eating meat and get about four unces of Jad Salts from any phar aacy; take a tablespoonful in a glass f water before breakfast and in a ew days your kidneys will act fine, ?his famous salts is made from the id of grapes and lemon juice, com lined with lithia. and has been .used or generations to flush and stimulate he kidneys, also to neutralize the cids in urine so it no longer causes rritation, thus ending bladder weak-j l^iesa. I Jad Salts is Inexpensive and cannot ?jure-; makes a delightful effervescent Ttiia-water drink which everyone hould take now and then to keep the adneys clean and active and the blood ?ure. thereby avoiding serious kid ley complications.?Adv. Capital and Surplus. $2,000,000 Getting ahead u largely getting the first few dol lars in bank and then adding steadily to them. IT This fifty-four-year-old bank invites deposits of every size? pays uniform rate of interest on accounts, large and small. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES at Moderate Rentals. " National Savings & Trust Companj , Cor 15d and R. T. Am. FIFTY-FOURTH YEAR THE BOYS IN THE OTHER CAR By GROVE 'GI^EEt . "Boys how's all THe Boys-' AND EVES?' LIL "THING y eve1 boov HAPPV THIS h^>cn^iNiM<3 V/HA SAV EH T Acheerful II VIRGINIA BREVITIES * ? Richmond?All but three of the city aldermen of Richmond will seek re- J election this spring- Those who will | 'withdraw, according to announce-1 menf made here, are T. Gray Haddon, ! Morgan R. Mills and John R. Jeter. Candidates must file by February 5. Danville?Mrs. Eva Estelle Mace. 27. wife of H. H. Mace, died at her home I here from influenza. There are thirty! cases of influenza in the city. Four of the nurse* of the General Hospital have been stricken. Fredericksburg ? Prof. G. Amaud. ' for thirty-flve years a resident of1 Fredericksburg, is dead at Atlanta. ; 'according to word ^received here. He! was a member of the family of Am- j aud de Bournonville. He held several | degrees from the University of France and formerly was professor of litera ture at Fredericksburg College. Lynchburg?One million dollars will be added to the endowment of the Lynchbura University by the Disciples ' of Christ nationwide campaign for I funds, which will start In April. Bristol?Organization of a Kiwanls club will-be completed here Friday when officers will be elected. I Reidsville?An insane woman in jail here attempted to end her life by set- ! iting flre to blankets she had wrapped) around her body. The turnkey, a for-J jmer army man, rushed into the cell ; wearing a gas mask and saved heri ! Hfe. ) j Danville?Daniel Bolt, charged with1 'the murder of a revenue agent who | was attempting to raid a still near 'HillsviUe. was removed from School-! field to the Carroll County Jail. ! Richmond?Miss Viola Carter, school teacher at Church View, fell from at ' window at the school building when; she fainted. She sustained a broken; j back. She Is under care at Memorial , , Hospital. I ? ! I Fredericksburg ? The Wakefield ' Farm, the birthplace of George Wash- j | ington. has been purchased by Will- j lam G. Latane. of Butte. Mont, i , Latane recently maiTied Miss Mary ? Lindsay, of Fredericksburg! of 10i> W. Main street, died at his | home here. News of Warrenton, Va. ? ? Warrenton. Feb. 2.?John Butler land Andrew Butler, of Yonkers, N. Y., have purchased 320 acres front E. U Rector and 211 acres from A. L. Waddell. near Rectortown. Cook Reid. of Uppervllle, has re cently been appointed the represen ! tative of the Potentate of Acca j Temple. | The grand jury failed to indict Ithe five citizens who administered the* hickory, tar and feathers to Lloyd Johnson. Johnson has left the community. A bill has been introduced in the State Senate, authorizing the boaid of supervisors of Fauquier -County to- erect a county building to con tain the offices of the clerk and treasurer and other officers. George R. Deavers and Miss 1 Mamie A. Wines were married here, j The Virginia War History Com 'missiontfis collecting material for a i report which, when completed, will I constitute a part of Virginia his I tory in the world war. Letters, i I diaries and other material are called j i for. H. C. Groome is a member of j the local war history commission. The Teachers' Association of the j Eighth Congressional district will I I be held at Manassa*. Va-. on Feb- 1 I ruary 26 and 27. Mrs. Philip Triplet has gone to! Tampa, Fla.. for the winter. Navy Yard . , j Guy Lansenll of the mount store, j had his left hand severely crushed j Saturday. Pete Lynch, of the plating shop, has | returned to work after an illness of ? twenty-two days. t Fred Wilcox, formerly of the proof shop, has resigned and is now in the | insurance business. | Misses June Neiowich and Fay j Clements, of the planning office, are I visiting friends In McKeesport. Pa. Jack Reese, formerly of the gun shop, and Miss Xlice Dletry, of Rich mond, Va.. were married there last j Friday. Would Treat Witk Canada. j Senator Underwood yesterday In ! troduced a resolution requesting President Wilson to name a com mission of Ave authorised to nego tiate with the Canadian government for cancellation of restrictive or ders-in-council. which virtually prevent American lessees of crown lands in Canada fr6m using timber for ?o*4 pulp to make newsprint. * Govt. Printing Office Mrs. Margaret G. Schooley. wile of Elmer E. Schooley, of the proofroom, died Monday after a week's illness of double pneumonia. Funeral serv ices will be held Wednesday at 10 a. m. in Deal's undertaking establish ment, at 816 H street northeast. The services will be private. Richard B. Topham, of the night linotype section, has presented the of fice with a handsome music machine for use by employes in the music hall. Robert W. Marshall, pf the linotype section; William H. Mason and Thom as G. Hall, of the casting: room, are organizing a club among the 300 col ored Masons in the shop. It will be known as the East Gate Club. Overton C. Boteler has returned to work in the hand section after suffer ing with a broken ear drum and a split chin from a fall on the ice. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Boate have retuemed from a two months' trip to Florida. Electric metal pots will be installed in the linotype section as soon as the Cutler-Hammer Company can begin deli verity The iron floor and oteiy head pipes will be removed. Chief Electrician William J. Sam mon has been notified that he suc cessfully passed competitive civil service examination as master elec trician. Foreman James A. Broadnax has re turned to his desk in the job room after a week's illness. The lists of prizes for the Govern ment Printing Ofice Bowling League have been approved, and will consist of cash gifts for the highest individ ual averages and the highest team averages. The game between the Bind ery and the Linos Tuesday night has been postponed. The standing of the clubs to date is: G. Wi. L. Pet. Monos 45 Xi 13 .711 Jobs < 42 26 IS .a?l Mctbs 39 25 1? ,SK)| Binders S3 19 20 .4*7 Stars 45 13 31 .3111 I.ios 42 13 29 .309 i Ink master James B. M. Dulin is back on the job after an attack of in fluenza. Clinton O. Price has been detailed from the proofroom to the pressroom as press corrector. Nominations by President The President yesterday sent the fol lowing nominations to the Senate: To be secretary of embassies or | legations, class four. George A. Gordon. New York City; auditor for the Interior Department, John E. ? R. Ray. Memphis, Tenn.; captain of 1 engineers. Coast Guard, first lifcu ! tenant of engineers, William Endlcott iMacCoun: registers of Land Office, ! William B. Dickson, Dickenson, N. (Dak., reappointed, and James T. j Callahan, of Guthrie, Okla.. reap pointment; postmaster at Duluth, Minn., Thomas Consldine; captains to be majors of Field Artillery, Thomas D. Osborne, William H. Dodds, jr.. and Walter E. Prosser. Operators Claim Miners Make $5.50 to $14 a Day Miners in the central competitive Aeld have received wages considerably higher than the $5 per day which they claim was the basic wage for workers before the 14 per lent vdvance was granted, according to figures submit ted by the operators to President Wil bon's bituminous coal commission yesterday. The figure*, submitted by Ralph Crews, as attorney for the operatois. tended to show that during the ten months' period from January to Oc tober. 1919, the men were able to earn anywhere from $5.50 a day for day laborers, to $14 a day for the machine miner. 1,150 Pittsburg Saloon Keepers Want License Pittnburg. Feb. 2.?Faith that pro hibition will be short-lived has been shown by. 1.15-) saloon keepers who have applied here for flcenses to sell liquor during 1920, It was learned to day. This Ls a drop of but 20 per cent from the 1*9 application*. To Nominate Officers. Nomination of officers for the en suing year and delegates to the national congress will be made at a meeting of the District Society of the Sons of the American Revolu tion. at Rauscher's tomorrow night, at 8 p. m. Mexico Recognizes Germany. Mexico has recognised the Ger man republic, and has appointed Isldro Fabela as minister plenipo tentiary. the State Department was unofficially advised yesterday. II BILIOUS! ! Quick! Get Lhrer and Bowels Right with "Cascaret*." Furred Tongue, Bid Taste, In digestion, Sallow Skin and Miser able Headaches come from a tor pid liver and sluggish bowels, which cause the stomach to be come filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments, form ing acids, gases and prisons. Cas carets tortlght will give your bil ious liver and constipated bowels a thorough cleansing and straight en you out by morning. Casca rets never sicken or inconvenience you like nasty Calomel, Salts, Oil or griping Pills. They work while you sleep.?Adv. Offices Are Open Today From 8:30 to 5:30 POINTERS In Planning a Budgfet 1. Underestimate your income. 2. Overestimate your expenses. % 3. Your income is not elastic. If you spend more than the budget on one item you will have to cut down on another. 4. Percentages are unreliable. Thirty per cent for rent may be all right on $2,000 income and all wrong if it is $5,000. 5. The first dollar that comes out of youT pay-envejppe is the easiest to save. We have a "Budget-Book" for you. A > John B." Lamer, President ALEXANDRIA TBE HEtALD BUBBAC. A. B. DoBlpfct*. TS Ktnf at?* Alexandria. Va.. Feb. 2.-A citizens' association waa organized at a mass meeting of citizens held tonight tn the Odd Fellows' Hall.' A.hby v Bladen waa chosen temporary chair man and a permanent organization waa effected with the election of the following officer.: F. Clinton Knight, preaident; J. T. Luckett. secretary, and F. T. Qulnn. treasurer. The pur pone of the organization Is to make Suggestions for the general betterment of the city: the recommend&tlona 01 the association to be presented to the city council. Another meeting will be held next Monday when an executive committee of eight will be oamert_ Among the speakers were I^mbert D Sullivan, Jame* T. L*ickett, M. T. Tvwyer. F. W. Deeton. F. T. Cminn. Ashby Bladen. John J. Bayne. D. R. "Btansbury.' Jamea Duncan and F. Clinton Knight. It la expected 100 delegates will at tend the annual convention of tne Christian F.ndeavor Society' tlfp Second Presbyterian cnurcn. Welcoming addresses wlll be deliver ed by Rev. Dr. John Lee Allison, pas tor of the Second Presbyterlan Churrfi. and Herman Hose, on behalf of-1 societies. A response will be made by President Lome Comley. Miss Anne Hartley dropped dead this morning at the fesldenceofhw neohew. Michael Downey. 418 DuK? ?treet- The deceased had just return ? f?m the Candlem*. apices ft. Mary's Catholic Church Heart ? rouble 1? thought to have been * ^er.M" Richmond. iJMffsSS'SfS sHSifsl v?aHVi for several' years. H failing ^'"^'wra Christian, and ThVute Jacob Bohr.ua Beside, his mother he 1. .urvlved by a brother, mother, ne city. isSsa ks " ^ tj? Rev D J- O'Connell, bishop 'morrow afternoon ?* hfI E V. wlikes street, the Rev. *-? (Regester officiating $40 and Costly Lenses Stolen in Schultz Store Five costly lenses and *40 were obtained last night by thieve, who robbed the establishment of ?red A Schultz. ?13 Fourteenth street northwest. Mr ^chult. told the PO jllc# that he valued the lenses ^?""reach Mr. Schultz's office., the intruder piled up boxes. s<"a,e^ f I wall and made his way over roofs. When he had dropped from ?***?? to the second ?loor a bo'tedjindow still remained between in and his loot- Thl. was smashed with 8?The'lenses, which were of high ^Xrofu.eUro"he=^a.. son OF netherlands diplomat dies here Sw'nd*re?. ? * 0,d' ??n ot 'onkboer R. d. Marc., van Sw,?d,r(n. former ?nt, the to th.l United States, and ?rand.on of' Rlr if' 0l0Ver pre,l<1<'nt ot th. ft hi" *' Bfcnk- Sunday ? grandfather's home, 170J K "treet, from a month's nines, with meningitis. ! I hi." ?v?dp?? * ".v'e ; Glover (luring Si 1 LlncUay sr.r?s? wUhln". ~wTa>rled by """ from and Wisconsin . Massachusetts ?>'? mJrXr n.t*nT: m?"t will be ,l ~ock ?ak Hill Cemetery * " ,ot ? who d^d"1]?? y'*r? old. home, n,, ^ erS* .? ?? hi. will be burled ,^Jl! <Lnor,hwest, will be held from hi? the fnneral o clock thi* m home at 11 Army" c^'p*,.1?0r- ???? The Grand terment wil h* #u ?fflrl*te. iB Cemetery. ** to Soldier.' Home year. old. presldenJ* r'*?e?. 4; of the Arm of Middauth*1 tr?Mur*r I "on. Inc., who SiJli *nd Sh?" j hi. residence liM* % Saturday at I will be burled t". w'Urr"hl* ??d. several v>i>. J , after!>oon. For trance Into the 7eal?ti" h?.,hU *n" "a. a prominent cirtj ^",ne" he government service *n?ln*er In J vlved by hl."?? ?M? ?ur &Kod 12; hl, """? v<ctor Clunet I Clunet. of BaltTml.61"- Victor ! 'rs, Frank, of ml(i? t? broth I ??? Of r-aytoi. OhVo ", ^"hanfe! Jack.onvllie, Fla ^ Paul- ot ?*?:s? ,rr,rvrrs - be In l^judon Park wl,! Baltimore. Cemetery in i^ho^ VrJ1-- <? Tear. 1 provldeoce Hospital */ sht at 1 W"1 he burled tod' 'u???0"^ Service both on the vr n v"aw er and In France i,Can bor" tenant in the ???? d flrst "e? pSince he was l^fna*ter corP.. 1. 191$. he has li?i>i> ,e?- AB*u?t ter. Miss Jf C Whei. J? hl* B,B I I'leasant street. He*"* 1 Mount , ber of Georee ki * mem the American * ? po? of Veterans of Forfi~?V of th? ral service. will be heldThi Fnnt* ing at S:30 o'clock frit, morn ?t hi. sister. Mass i?m i? me at 9 o'clock eV o 1 be ??ld Benjamin F. Fennel -? who died Sunda\ n 11.1 ,y?ar* old. home. ?0?0 First .trei? *l h,s I will be burled t" d.V^ ?f"h'?t. vices trill k* h?i<? ; '. *"n?ral ser residence at 3 orl^'u th* fam,,5r b"? ? resldent? corkWash,'had i since hi. retirement frnm^ i , fourteen year. 1*1 J" bu?<??. i vived by hi, daughter. mv'h?? i .onl,racnvf rtr*,d"?* rl^T'rrl pc'" furniture merchant, will b* burled today. Funeral aenrioM will be held from the family residence. Ill Fifth etreet aoutheaet. at I o'clock thl, morning. She U eurvlved by two daufhtera Interment will In In Bonle Brae Cemetery la Baltimore. T? ' Bnrean of Engraving and Printing 4 <1 There 'will be a grand visitation held tonight at old Masonic Temple, j Ninth and F streets north went, by the Andrew Jackson Council. Jr. O. U. A. M. Speakers from the national legislative committee and sevral members of Congress will lecture. AI. Baldus. piste finisher In the en graving division, is ill with pneu monia. Joe Halleran. of Section 9. is back | at his press after a two weeks ill ness. Miss Minnie Bryan, of Section 6. Is on the sick list. Miss Fsnnie Simon, of section I Is ? 111 In Sibley Hospital with typhoid pneumonia. | John W. Connors.' pressman In the surface division, is spending a week | in Warren, Pa. ? J John J. Devley, superintendent of * work, waa much elated a few days ??o when he learned that h? Wi Wen admitted to the District Bat. Harry E. Smith, pressman la the surface dlrlslosL has beej confined to his home for lbs put week am account of Illness. William Kerose. former plats fin isher In the engraving dlvtsloa. but now practicing dentistry, is ill with pneumonia. The Merrymakers' Club was enter tained Sunday afternoon at the hone of Miss Catherine Dugaa in Alexan dria About twenty members of the bureau band were on hand at the smoker giv en by the bureau branch of the Fed eral Employee' Union Batiday night in their roms in New York avenue. Mrs. Robeson, wife of Joeeph Robe son. of section six. died Saturday at a local hospital, death being due te Influence and pneumonia. Her hus band is 111. lUolueUeri Mast Serve Seateace. The Supreme Court yesterday by declining: to review the cased al lowed decisions of lower courts tm stand holding A. J. Partan and W. N. Relvo. owners of a bookstore at Astoria. Wash., guilty of violating the espionage act by circulating din* leyal Finnish publications. They must serve two years at McNeil (Island. ? 2 jit all of these prominent places ?and at ?cores of others of equal note, it is Fatima and not an expensive, straight Turkish cigarette that leads in 6ales: Atlantic City The Ambattsadar Hotel Tnymora Cambridge, Mast. Harvard Univer*ity French Lick, Ind French Lick ipriap Hold LouievilJe, Ky. Churchill Dow Nnc ffmw. Conn. Yale University New Orleans. La. St. Charles Hotel JVat York City ? Hotel Astor Biltmore Hotel Hippodrome Waldorf-Aatoria Palm Beach. Flo. The Breaker* Washington. D. C Capitol Building The Shore ham The New U illard FATIMA A Sensible Cigarette Id Buteh flBarfeet % LLTAere TJUh.shmytozi Hauseurizses Save. Tuesday and Wednesday Specials New-laid Eggs h.i)prn h. net Cmttrtrnntwn A hen/iitel11 / Dozen Every Egg Guaranteed Absolutely New Laid 74c Butter If you want a good butter at a reason able, price buy our " I .crrydalc " brand. We eifcrantee it to be STRICTLY FRESH Creamery Butter, an unusual thing nowa day* at, lb.... 69c Lard Our own render ing. A distinctly su perior product ren dered in open ket tles from the finest leaf lard and "back fat." Extra value, lb.... 30c Soap The Celebrated "P. & G." WHITE Naphtha Soap, made by Proctor & Gam ble. Every house wife knows itJ mer its. Our price, Tues day and Wednesday, ClCT cake Honey A big duction of the Airline Pure Honey, only, regular 20c jar for special re on 250 cases well - known Brand of Strained This week 15c Peas 300 case? of De licious Sifted Early June Peas (Family brand) at a most at tractive price for this week. Buy half a dozen cans or so at, each... 12k Apple Butter?Lowered in Price A delicious, wholesome spread?give it to the kiddies on their bread. Van Lill's make. Regular 60c pail; 3 lbs. net weight 49c Curtice Bros. Pure Fruit Jams Your choice of strawberry, raspberry. ^ ^ _ blackberry, damson, peach, pineapple and llT Specially priced this week, jar... quince. Another Shipment of Fancy FRESH PORK CUTS-Old Dutch Market Quality Direct From Our Frederick Plant * 1 Although wholesale price* hare advanced, we are still maintaining the same prices as last week. Whole Pork Loins, Average Weight, 8 to 11 Lbs., Lb...? 32c Pork Roasts c?iCT 42clb. Sder36clb. Pork Chops c^ster 45clb. !ndde 38clb. Old Dutch Bread, 8c; 2 for 15c Old Dutch Bread is a generous-sized, full 12-oz. loaf, BAKED?the biggest bread value in Washington today. And it's GOOD bread, made from the finest materials, nourishing, wholesome, good to eat! Make it the foundation of every meal. jjj Old Dutch Raisin Bread, 16-oz. Loaf 14c Tiy Oar Cocoannt Marshmaflow Cake, portion, 20c and 40c % APPLES, fancy box stock, Vi peck, 25c. thrge GRAPEFRUIT, 3 for 25c NEW CABBAGE, lb., 12c.