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THEY ALL FLOP SOOMER OR LATER I TT r NQBRAUJS THSSe WeUi eAS) VoU rrx HAME ITS 4 fee -TOO QCPOJSJVIE UJTaS - H) TnaLSAvJe j SMALL R-( y '. . "1 -N X UXLL - J 1 I CHURCH PANTED BY CONGR CATION A ov(PC -nAlS CrR iTAKE SIX HOKUMS It- r-r- -CT 1 IT fVf&t OP AMt i v rr '- A 0 NE;W YORK. May 19. When the parishioners of Grace Reformed Church. Bedford avenue and Lincoln road, Flatbush. arived for oervices yesterday, they found the church In a handsome new coat of paint, but it was not until the middle of the serv ices, when the announcements for the day were made by the Rev. George William Carter, the pastor, that the surprise was complete. The painting waa done Saturday by twenty-five members of the congregation, and with no cost to the church. The volunteer renovators, headed by William W. Wann, superintendent ot the Sunday school, arrived at Ihe church carJy Saturday afternoon and worked untlf the rain drove them to shelter. But the task" had practically been completed. Driven Indoors the workers made repairs in the interior. When the 3ob had been finished the Ladles' Aid Society provided a dinner for the workers. " Dr. Carter, the pastor, received the workers in his garage, attired in a neat, carefully pressed suit of overalls. CuticuratheFoot-Sore Soldier's Friend After Ion? hours of hlkinr or euard- incr, when his feet are swollen, hot. itclungr or bnsterea, uie swaier win find wonderful relief in a Cuucnra Soap bath followed by a gentle anointing with Ccticura Ointment. SV-afcrtHfefSaWaCafanrwa Bathe with Se4S.aocthe wi(&0tmeae,daat wrtaTaleam. 26 cai each at aS deafen. CONGRESS SESSION 0PENS;G.0.P.HES (Continued from First Page.) The peace treaty, suffrage, prohibi tion, merchant marine, wire and rail Toad control were the paramount is sues. Discussion oT the former was scheduled to begin at once probably with statements soon by Republican leaders in the Senate and throughout the United States, opposing the league of nations. Bill? covering action on prohibition and other moot questions were drawn. Representative Sabath. Illinois, had a resolution calling for repeal of the wartime prohibition law, which prom ised an early fight on this Issue. I rgeii $300 Soldier Bonus. Congressman Emerson of Ohio pre sented a bill providing a J300 bonus for discharged men. at the request! Of discharged men of Cleveland. Ohio. Congressman Laguardia of New "Xork presented bills providing for the reinstatement of all discharged men in Government positions, held by them before the war, and for prcferonce for war veterans in civil service posi tions. Transportation and maintenance for the father, wife or mother of any man killed in action, to the latter's grave in any foreign country was provided in a bill offered by Con gressman Laguardia. AH G. O. P. Senator Present. The Senate roll call showed all Re publicans present, with four Demo crats absent Gerry, Rhode Island; Harrison, Georgia; Johnson, South Dakota, and Phelan, California. Upon an adopted resolution by Sena tor Lodge a committee of himself and Senator Martin was named to notify President Wilson that Congress was ready to receive communications from him. This will be forwarded to the Presi dent in Paris by Secretary Tumulty, it was announced at the White House. After completing its organization the Senate will adjourn until to morrow. Bercer Anmrera Roll Call. A touch of the dramatic was in jected into the House roll call when Congressman Bcrger's name was reached. The newly elected Wiscon sin Congressman, under sentence for violating the espionage law, will be challenged as to his right to hold his scat. When "Berger" was called by the clerk, there was no answer. All eyes turned toward him. On the second call of the roll, he walked to the front of the clerk's stand and answered "Here." Lodge began the Senate organiza tion by submitting the name of Senator Cummins, Iowa, aa presi dent pro tern. Senator Martin moved to substitute Senator Pittman, Nevada. Pfttman was defeated, 47 to 42, and Cummins was then elected by acclamation. This settled the question of Re- GIRL AND MOTHER STRUCK BY CAR Struck by a street car of theWash ington Railway and Electric Com pany at Nichols avenue and .V street southeast. Mrs. E. Claire Mead, thirty years old . and her three-year-old daughter Claire, were slightly in jured yesterday afternoon. The child, police say, ran from the publican ability to organize the 1 sidewalk, and while crossing the Senate. There the differences "regulars" and mins being the date. was not a sign of between Republican "progressive."." Cum- progressives' candi- JiTART SUFFRAGE MOVEMKN'T. Efforts to obtain votes for women were started in the Sixty-sixth Con gress this afternoon when Congress man Mann of Illinois introduced a con stitutional amendment providing that there shall be no abridgement of the right of suffrage because of sex. RSI lour Druggist Nurses Are Odd Beings Because They Seem So Exacting About Trifles but any nurse will tell you nay prove, that trifles are only trifling when they are right. A minute or two is trivial but that same period of time is vital when life is dependent upon the arrival of certain drugs or medicines. tracks was picked up by the fender of the car. Mrs. Mead was injured on the head and left arm, when she was struck by the car in an attempt to rescue her daughter. Mrs. Mead and her daughter were taken to their home, 2243 Nichols avenue south cast. Leonora Budd, colored, twenty-four years old, 1808 Fifth street northwest, is in a serious condition today at Frecdmcn's Hospital suffering from injuries received last night when she was knocked down by an un identified automobile at Seventh and R streets northwest. An automobile operated by John Cotter, of 821 D street southeast, col lided at Tenth and D streets south east, with, an automobile operated by Pollceman James H. Lee, of the First precinct, last night. Lee received a fractured wrist and I ruts over the left eve. His son. Robert E. Lee. seventeen years old, a passenger in the machine, was cut on the right knee. They were taken to their home. 520 Eleventh street south cast. Charles Riddles. fnrtr.(lr -.,- ! old, of Pcnnsgrove, N. J., was knocked down by an automobile at Eleventh street and Pennsylvania avenue northwest last night. The machine, according to the police, was operated by Joseph E. Goodkey. of Berwyn, Md. BALES OF BILLS AWAIT CONGRESS YANK ARM BILL 'F, LIKELY TO BE LAW 12th and F Sts. Franklin 3407 426 Ninth St Franklin 2760 9th and Pa. Ave. Franklin 2433 BCBUTESS ESTABLISHED OVER SIXTV TEARS CHI3I5TIANI DRUG CO. 426 9th St. N. W. 9th & Pa. Ave. 12th & F Sts. N. W: Ther seems to be little doubt that Congress will look favorably on the plan advanced by Secretary of the Interior Lane for giving farms to re turned soldiers It is probable that an appropria tion will be forthcoming this .ession to carry on the work. The main opposition to the bill has been on the. ground that the o-erwheIming amount of now land reeiaimed would work against the exiting farms, and that the increased production would so lower food price? as to be of ma terial harm to the farmer. Secretary Lane points out that the 3.000.000 acres it is planned to re claim Ik only two-thirds of 1 per cent of the total unproductive land in the countr, and that the products from this new land would not be suf ficient to care for the normal increaj-e in population. It ik nronnseri in ih hill tn .f-.t operations n-ith ih 1 r.fi nnn mnr. i, i . . . . ...... vr,wir mill i 2 .....-. - . estimated will come out of the armv'phase.v of the cost of living also will Bales of bills were ready for intro duction today in both House and Sen ate aa Congress got under way. One of the first and foremost for the hopper would repeal the luxury taxes. Congressman Moore of Pennsylvania prepared the measure in the House, and Senator Penrose in the Senate. They promise to get speedy action on it. If passed, it will take off those new taxes on clothes over a certain price, ice cream sodas, and many ev eryday "luxuries." Other important measures ready in clude: Return of the Wires Congressman Steencrson of Minne sota and Senator Kellogg have lder. tlcal resolutions for Immediate resto ration of the telephone and telegraph properties to their owners and de manding an accounting from Post master General Burleson of the way the money appropriated for Govern ment operation was spent. Badge t System. Many bills dealing with establish ment of a budget system have been drawn. Senator McCormick of Illinois formulated a series of them. Under their provisions the President would assume direct responsibility for all financial recommendations made by departments, and Congress would as sume responsibility for appropriation and for auditing expenditures. One of McCormlck's bills would create a Congressional audit bureau for this purpose. Senator Kenyon has a resolution creating a commission to report a nlan for the budget system, after thorough study of methods in use In other countries. Antl-Bolaberlk Bills. In both House and Senate numei ous measures are aimed at curbing Bolshevik!. anarchists, and "red" nronaerandists. Senator Overman, chairman of the Senate committee that investigated Bolshevik propa ganda, has a drastic bill covering many phases of the subject. Senator King of Utah has one mak ing it an offense to belong to the I. W W. or any organization teaching sabotage or interference with the Government in any way. Another measure of King's provides the death penalty for anyone sending a bomb through the mails. Limitation of immigration, de notation of anarchists and Bol- sheviki. and suppression of "red" pub lications is sought in other bills Woman Suffrage. The woman suffrage rei-olution is scheduled for early action in both houses. It mufct pas the House again, as this is a nr.w Congress Da; light Snlng. Demands for repeal of the da light saving law will be made on behalf of farmers and workers who have to get up early. Senator Capper of Kansa.s may introduce a bill for thiP in the Senate. Packer mid LUng Cot. Senator Kenyon will introduce a measure for rigid Government regulation ot the packing industry Rointi'-.n. dealing with various j desirous of returning to farm life. I bul in need of Government assist ance to flo so. These men will he utilized to Hear the land They will, of course, bf -. id for their services, and lhv should he able, jn the time they ar- at woik to sae enough to make the initial pament on their farms when the land is ready be offered carlj. .Miacellaneou. Senator Kinr has a bill .-Jt Our Motorcycle Delivery System serves you when you need service most and a phone call brings it to your very. door directing the State Department to negotiate a treaty with Mexico lor appointment I of a joint commission n lainm vi Amencnn elt'zens "ho suffered loss ihronch depredations of bandits I lie also has a hill pro Iding that all J jpublir lands shall he ceded v the 'Federal Government to the States rw .. .. .. twithin which Hie lands lie Another l DT U. W. U. NLlrlNUS i measure King offerB proUdes that the. Interior Wepartmeni inn m- uimiu Unire.iu shall be moed from 'Vash lh the Lniled States i 1 . . ,.i.,q nnlnts In the West Congrcbsman McArtiuir 01 ureKon has prepared a bill for three sessions of each Congress Instead of the two now pro idcl for Senator Jones of Washington has a bill providing for a temporary ship ping pollc. Senator Kenyon sponsors a bill creating a Federal industrial rela tions commission and another creat ing a housing commission, to report i to Concres.s on a why to make it FREEDOM DEMANDED I Belief duty-bound to grant independence to the Philippines at once was expressed by Maximo M. Kalaw and JoBe Santos, former George Washington University students, and now members of the Philippine mission in this country. They spoke at rhapel exercises in George Washington I'niversity "When the United States took pos session of the Philippines."' said Mr Kalaw, "she promised independence would be granted as soon as a stable I easier for everybody to own a home. government was established. Under i the guidance of the United States, the' ?aatp,Ktr,fd.th,r VhlUXn. ,hv d" CHAMBERLAIN TO PUSH vast btndcs forward until now t hev l,;:Kcab.i,rJi,:d a rirm gov"nrnt fight on courts-martial .... ii. iipcn ii- rvmence or mcir abllitv to rule themselves." "The request of the people of the Philippines is the logical outcome of the political ideals taught by the United States." said Mi. Santos. "The Filipinos have been taught that the United States stood for liberty above all things and it is only natural that they should ask for what they have been told s the rfeore t of heritages Regardless of an incstigatton into the court-martial sstcm now being conducted by the ar Department and a committee of the meriean Bar Association. Senator Chamber lain, former Democratic chairman of the Military Affairs Committee, in tends to carry his fight for court martial lejorm t" 111 fl'or of ih Senate during the early period ofthe present session of Congress. He will introduce in the Senate in a few days a measure prepared by Lieut. Col. Samuel T. Ansefl, who was demoted from acting judge advocate general following a controversy over the court-martial subject that caused a rupture between Senator Chamber lain and Secretary of War Baker. The outstanding feature of the pro posed bill, which provides revolution ary changes In the present procedure, provides for a military appeals tri bunal composed of civilians empow ered to review cases. There Is at present no appeal to any civilian au thority, unless the right to have the case reviewed by the President is so considered. pure and sweet POMPEIAN OUVE'OIL 0 "always fresh?9 Makes Appetizing Salad Dressings Has the Native Olive Flavor Sold Everywhere Swift tc Company's tales of freah beef in Washington. D C, for the week end- i inr Saturday. May 17. 1919, averaged 22. 2 I cents per pound. Advt. Let Us Send You a Swift Dollar " For a Pocket Piece e It will interest you. It shows where the money goes that Swift & Company takes in. It shows thrft out of every dollar received by Swift & Company from the sale of meat and by-products in 1918 1 Swift and Company paid for live animals - 85.00 cents 2 Swift & Company paid out for labor, freight and other expenses - 12.96 cents 3 Swift & Company had left a profit of only - - 2.04 cents Total 100.00 cents The 2.04 cents remaining as profit equals only a fraction of a cent per pound It is too small to affect materially the price of live stock to the farmer or the price of meat to the consumer. A "Swift Dollar" will be mailed you on request Address Swift & Company U. S. Yards, Chicago Washington Local Branch, 10-14 Center Market D. T. Dutrow, Manager . i m-v v7Ti'T?ti'Tnriii TiWSt.1 !Pi ar.a