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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1919.
ROPRIETIES IDF Rube Goldberg's Boobs THE WEEKLY MEETING OF THE TUESDAY LADIES' CLUB By Goldberg Copyright, 191, By R L Goldberg. Copyright, 1919. 9 By R. L Goldberg. 1 BY VIOLATED BY 1 SENATE, ITER SAYS J. Fr.cd Essary, Washington cor respondent of The Baltimore Sun, vrrote the following description of the scenes in the Senate yesterday when the Republican majority, aided by a handful of Democrats, defied the President and ordered the text of the peace treaty printed. (Special to The Sun). WASHINGTON. June 9. Par tisanshit) wins. It has nut one over on the President. It "has succes sively derided him. defied him. and defeated hira. It has .made the ten tative draft of the treaty of peace a public document, contrary to the express judgment of the President and contrary to the absolute as surances which he trave to the eov ernments associated with the Unit ea ocates in war upon tne central powers. All Proprieties Disregarded. In doing this the Senate disregard ed all the proprieties and all the de cencies of international relationships, but that does not matter so long as the Lodge-Borah -Johnson combina tion gets in its heavy work. That triumvirate hates Woodrow Wilson with an intensity that is almost nn believable, and its mfmhrs nr nut to scalp this pre-eminent Democrat. no matter what the consequences may be. They are determined to dis credit him before the whole world. ven though, as Senator Hitchcock charged with terible vehemence to day, the Republican leadership leagues itself with Germany. Only two days ago the Senate in a formal resolution requested the Pres ident to submit to it the treaty7 of peace "if not incompatible with the public interest." Almost before that resolution of th Senate rould be rigned. sealed and delivered to the Secretary of State, much less the President himself, the same Senate ted overwhelmingly to make a public document of a draft of that instrument brought to the United States by a newspaper correspondent. This action, of course, violated every element of courtesy and good taste, but that did not matter. The main thing was to badger the Presi dent, to embarrass him in every pos sible way and to add to the difficul ties of his, position in the peace con ference. And .this it-is that triumph ed today; that gforipusly hamstrung the spokesman of the republic an.d that tonight is celebrating the first genuine victory of the new majorities m the House and Senate. Democrats Lose Hendn. But all the honor or dishonor, as the case may be. of bringing about this result cannot be visited up.n the Republican Senators. True, tney engineered the whole business. Iiiey perfected the plot and staged tlv great game, but they had allies. A ver important group of Democrats voted with the Republicans to make the unofficial and unauthenticatd draft brought to the United States by Prazier Hunt, of the Chicago Tribune, a public document. The majority of Democrats, among them Senator John Walter Smith of Maryland, refused to be led or misled into voting that way. but some of his party associates seem to have been swept off their feet. And there has been nothing more Amusing in parliamentary annals of a decade than the sudden realization on the part of these Democrats that they had made a grave blunder. Al most as soon as the vote had been taken they began wearinjr a troubled look Grave glances passed between them. And upon the faces of the Re publicans there were wreathed broad smiles as the Democrats fidgeted. Finally the minority members could stand it no longer. 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Finally Senator Beckham, the Demo crat who was under the "misappre hension." moved to reconsider ' thft j vote. I Senate Geta In Snnrl. 1 And it was this move that tied the Senate' up in a tangle and flared it up n as nasty a snarl as any observer , h&" witnessed in years. And as the i ena OI ine peculiar proceeamg oena tor Borah, fearing that the move to reconsider might possibly carry, se cured the floor and began reading the treaty into the. Record. This he has a right, of course, to do. and he let it be known that he would continue until the Beckham motion was with drawn. The Beckham motion finally came to a vote, and was defeated. Borah then desisted from reading the draft, and sent the document to the desk. For three hours and a half before Mr. Borah began his reading of the 75.000-word document the Senate was in a veritable ferment. There was angry shaking of fists. There was violence of voice and threatened physical violence Mr. Ashurst, in a wild outburst, declared that' he was prepared to fight, outside the Senate, any Senator who might challenge a statement of his. or something to that effect. Hiram Johnson, who. by the way. has become a regular bear cat as an indignant resenter of every thing on earth since the Sun printed the soldier poll, screamed his defi ance of the President, of the minority and the rest of it. He said that what Wall 'Street has the rest of the coun try is entitled to have, meaning the treaty, of course. Senator Hitchcock thundered back at Johnson, who meanwhile moved over to a scat beside Borah. The Ne braskan declared that the Republic ans were playing the German gov ernment's came: that they were in terfering with the processes of peace, and that they were lending them selves to enemy propaganda. John son hit back for a minute or two. telling Hitchcock that the latter was making deliberately unfounded state ments. All the while Lodge was walking from th floor to the cloak room and back again. He did this probably twenty times, always an In dication that the Massachusetts Sen ator has lost his composure. ninmal Exhibition. The Senate, it must be said.- staged a good performance today, but it would have been far more entertain ing if it had not been dealing with vital national and international mat ters. As a verbal field day it was a great success, but as an exhibition of exalted patriotism, of broad-minded consideration for the people's welfare and an intense desire to serve the in terests of the nation it was a dismal and disheartening failure And it is a fair indication of what the country may expect during the re mainder of this session. The lines are now tightly drawn. There will be rampant partisanship from first to last. There seems to b no hope whatever of escaping it The major ity leaders will stick to their courss of nagging the President and of heckling every defender of the Pres ident who has the boldness to cham pion any White House policy. They have let this be clearly understood. And the minority is in a bad hu mor. It has neither calmness nor especial resourcefulness. It is quick enough to intervene in behalf of its party's policies, but it is. showing neither teamwork nor headwork. It is allowing the Republicans to make it mad every time there is a duel, and instead of assuming the offensive all along the line, as it did on the par ticular occasion when Hitchcock de manded the leak investigation, it is permitting itself to be kept more or less on the defensive. But perhaps there will be a change when the President returns. He will be here by the end of the month, and it may be assumed that he will come prepared to give battle every tiiie there is a challenge. He rather eu-j-"ys a good fight and has shown dur ing the past seven years that he is a dangerous proposition to tackle. CROWDElf TO RETURN TO CUBA WITHIN FORTNIGHT MaJ. Gen. Enoch Crowder, former provost marshal general, who re turned to Washington recently to supervise the preparation of legisla tion affecting the modification of the army's court-martial procedure, will return to Cuba within a fortnight to complete his work -there in connection with revision of the republic's election laws. Organization of the machinery necessary to take the Cuban census is now under way. TO SPEAK OS "HEALTH." "Regaining, Conserving, and Pre serving Health" will be the subject of .- - - -- -- ..-ww w, or jniJaaejpnja,.Banrraay eYenlmj at the central T. 1L C A-, 1738 G street. 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On June 1 there were In the bond ed warehouses 5.899.503 gallons of whiskey. 8.319 gallons of gin, and 1.256. S03 gallons of alcohol, or co ogne spirits, and since then the with drawals have been very light, even lighter than they were in April and May. It had been expected that the withdrawals would grow tremendous ly as the date for national prohibi tion approached, but that does not stem to have been the case. In April there were 453.488 gallons with drawn, while tge May withdrawals amounted to only 460.558 gallons, about 7.000 callons more than were withdrawn in April. Thus" far the June average per day has not been up to that for May and now the in ternal revenue officials are saying that the withdrawals probably will fall off tremendously, if not cease altogether after June 15. The reason for this is that the railroads sre not guaranteeing de liveries of shipments, particularly of liquors shipped as freight, and most of the saloons and hotels of Balti more now ha'e more than enough on hand to last them until Julyl. when the country will go dry under the wartime prohibition act. and they are not going to buy the stuff and pay a tax of $G.4 a gallon on it for the sake of holding it and seeing what is going to happen. Moreover. the men who have been buying whis- t key in order to hold It for their per- , sonal use after the country becomes I dry seem to be about stocked up. and , there are said to be few purchases now being made to be hoarded up ( against the long period of drought ; that is soon to ?pt in. ' Most of the whiskey now In the bonded warehouses will stay there indeflntcly. and it is likely to be come a serious problem for the Gov ernment. The warehouses will have to be .maintained, and a large force of employes, such as watchmen and a1p a 4 h m.-J 1 mt. ' uic nc. iw (juiiru ann Keep a cnecx on the liquor in bond, will have to be employed. Congress will have to wrestle with the subject and arrange some means, euhf-r of confiscating the liquor and destroying It. or of per mitting its use in medicinal or other preparations. And if it does the lat ter, it probably will -have to reduce the tax materially. BILL GIVES VOTE TO Several thousand women in the District of Columbia will be given the right to vote and hold office in their churches, if a bill introduced in th House by Congressman Cald well of New York becomes a law. The -bill provides an amendment to the charter of the Protestant Episco pal Church of the diocese of Wash ington, and sots out that on the peti tion of the vestry of any parish or separate congregation women's dis abilities may be removed and the may vote and hold office, as is now conferred upon men by existing law. This move is the outcome of a plea by the women for a voice in church affairs, which took the form of a pe tition signed by two hundred of them and submited recently to the T-.ventv-fourth Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church The convention passed resolutions asking Congress to amend the charter rrar.t ed the Washington diocese Ma.ch " 1.S96 There are about eighty churches and chapels of the Episcopal ('hu""i in the District that would be affe.-ted by the passage of the bill. BIG RAPIDS, Mich., June 10. Stu dent marriage here Is dangerous. Classmates took Harold Tlbbett, clip ped his hair, ducked him In a lake and made him -walk back to town ai4 wbuv ami w&i ua. barafooted for marrying one of the coeds. 00 HI LIQUOR MM)M UN SHORN AND DUCKED EOR WEDDING COED 9 VJCTJ iaTiry,i hBMai, MY tokS" MORJOIOCSJ BELIEVE WAR PAY OF NAVY TO BE PERMANENT Lieut. G. S. Home, officer in charge of the .local navy recruiting station. 306 Ninth street northwest, was noti "fied by the recruiting inspector of the eastern division today that the pres ent war pay of men in the navy will be made permanent under the terms of the new appropriation bill now before Congress. The House Naval Affairs Committee has promised naval authorities, it Is understood, that the provision to keep navy pay on the present war basis will 1 become a law. Lieutenant Home was instructed that, while no positive assurance can be. given navy applicants that this item will be included in the bill at passage. Its enactment into law seems certain. Sounding a warning that there is n campaign being conducted delib erately to poison the mind of the pub lic and of Congress against the Mon dell bill providing for community I A ... t ?mv rp I I IHIHlHHHfckx ...vicAXJ L 1 iB ,W W C A . -- m fi.-r-rACfc: v IS LS fk esstn vcmAYAm . ioov-is N r HAW i :R7Lr,rrzSL-r-.tSK5 r I i ww mv -sO"" tuBstfW 1 1 fZT'J&z' &v 0 SSS iWP V dSasKrW!7A U - J Wit A , J WARNS OFDRIVE AGAINST LAND BILL agricultural settlements for dis-. One reason why army men arc op charged soldiers. Congressman X. .1 P"'"'! to calling out the First and Sinnott of Oregon, chairman of the Second Texas cavalry brigades, it is Public Lands Committee, todav call 1 , understood, is that they are declared attention to the misrepresentation , h,"rc l" bp n no shape for mobiliza- that has been made against the mca?- J on- Rf;,ports mfde rT,ont y nicatp. I it is said, that it would take at least ure. "Poison Is being sent among South ern members of Congress that th'sj hill is a big scheme to irrigate Wes? -1 ern and lands.' Mr. Sinnott declared. "At the same time the minds of West ern members are being poisoned, or an attempt is being made to poin them, against this bill on the grounl that it is intended to buy and drain swamp lands of the South. Among Northern members, the bill is or- scribed as one to irrigate desert lands in the West and drain Southern swamps. "I do not know who is circulating this poison, but the committee would like to know. This is a non-sectional bill, applying equally to all parts of th United States." Retention of Boiling Field as Wash ington's air station in a chain of such stations being planned through out the country, will be furthered in a resolution to be introduced by Col. Robert X. Harper, president of the Chamber of Commerce, at tonight's meeting of that body. The field, the only air terminal of the Capital, was yesterday ordered abandoned by the War Department. Walter A. Brown, president of the Washington Board of Trade, has com posed an appeal to Secretary Baker to retaiJi the local flying field. Arm aviators fear that unless this site be set aside definitely, encroachments through building and other operations may deprive the city of its onl site for a flying field. Maj Gen. Charles T. Menoher re cently recommended permanent bar racks, hangars and other improve ments to cost $2,000,000. Secretar Baker and the general staff discount enanced the proposal YANKS OF 31 2TH No longer :s the 312th machine gun battalion "Washington's Own." a part of the army of the United States, for yesterday " the 150 Washington members of the unit received their discharges. The 312th exists now only In name. In France there no longer remains units composed of men from the Dis trict. All of the former members of the District national guard here and men drafted into the army have re- -turned to this country. Capt. E. W. Jordan yesterday said farewell to the men of the 312th, and expressed his appreciation of the werk done for him and with him by the men. WAN NG RETANED AREMUSTEREDOUT. ZjrAmwMar 8 sssssHsiB inV X 08R T ON BORDER. BELIEE Continued reports of Villa suc cesses in northern Mexico today left Administration officials unchanged in their view that there are sufficient troops there to meet any conting ency. Though reports from unofficial sources in Mexico indicate presence of Villa troops within 100 miles of the border, and capitulation of the Federal garrison at Juarez, Just across the Mexican border, is expect ed in case of an attack, it is declared here there is no cause for uneasi ness. General Cabell's report declaring unnecessary mobilization of two bri gades of Texas national guard cav alry, as asked by Governor Hobby of Texas, is expected t6 be final as far as the War Department is concerned. Cabell declared flatly there are plenty of regulars in Texas to prevent trou ble. Much of the confidence felt by of ficials here that there will be.no trou ble is due to the fact that Gen. Felipe Angeles is in charge of the Villa movement. Angeles, educated in France and distinctly friendly to Americans, is expected to nrevent anv aggression by wild Villi3tas against border Americans. three months to get the brigades in any sort of fighting shape. Ml. VERNON DOCKS NEW YORK. June 10 The trans port Mt. Vernon arrived today with more than 6,000 troops of thcSixth div ision. This regular army division drew draft replacements from all parts the country. The organizations on board were: Sixth division headquar ters troops. Fifty-fourth infantrv. 111th field artillery; Sixth field bat talion, signal corps; Twelfth infan try brigade headquarters. Maj. Gen Walter H. Gordon. division com mander, and Brig. Gen. Lucius L Durfee. Twelfth brigade, returned. The Santa Oliva was due this af ternoon with the 3.13d field hospital (Eighty-fourth division). Eighteenth and Nineteenth evacuation ambu lance companies; 307th mobile laun dry units; 303d butchery compan. 311th salvage unit; Seventy-sixth sanitary squad. "BIG MARY." STII.U TAKEX. ATHENS. Gil, June 10. "Big Mary." the huge moonshine still captured in Greene county recently, has been sent to Washington. D. C The huge still was sent to the Capital "for safe keeping." Its capacity is 175 gallons of "joy iilco" p,.r jif.m. and its own ers have established quite a record for evading l'nl. .Sam's sleuths. BARRACKS is made with this reinforced Ob' long Cable'Cord Buttonhole. An exclusive feature of OLDEST SKAND IN AMERICA ansa tmmr oettsu oo.tbov, n. IIHMI!II'I,.HHHI ROOPS NOT NEEDED WITH 5,000 YANKS iKSlS Pllllli;,,,,i(itllJM johfars no 1 -vcnJow wWevo rvy system i our op cFtre soess i eat TOO MMY HCALS .adBBh B. HHBBSbMBb-3. . UiLL, ITS tl(OM.-nH MOLO AMb eAT r pi-st KM- Tt?tvY CARDINAL GIBBONS AT ACADEMY GRADUATION Cardinal -."Gibbons- presided at the commencement exercises, at- St. Ce cilia's Academy, Si'xth and Bast Capi tol street, this morning. Medals and diplomas were awarded to the following: Misses Jauretta Goheen. 1-401 Hamilton street north west; Dorothy Harvey. 110 Thirteenth street southeast; Josephine Xauland, 922 East Capitol utreet; Marie Mur dock. 112 Fifth street northeast, and Joanna O'Donald, 324 C street south east. Bishop Shahan. of Catholic Univer sity, delivered the graduation address. The musical program included vocal and instrumental selections. E Thomas Elzare Gardiner and Jo seph Swann Mason, both colored, of 007 Florida avenue northwest, are charged by the police with having permitted gambling in the rooms of the Southern Maryland Republican Club, inc., being president and secre tary, respectively. When arraigned if. the I'nited States branch of Police Court the case was continued for trial until June IS, and each were released after' placing a 5200 col lateral for their appearance. The men were arrested last Sun day morning, when police of the Sec ond and Sixth precincts, in seven patrols, raided the "club"' at 2:30 o'clock. Seventy white and colored men were carried to the precincts, but cliarces were placed only in the cases of the officers of the club, which is located at 625 Massachusetts avenue northwest. The raid early Sunday was the climax of long weeks of investigation M the police of the neighboring pre- :ncts. The police were led by Lieut. J. W. Pierson and Detective J. O. B. Gray, of No. 2 precinct, who carried out the plan of the raid, and Lieutenant Bremmerman. Lieutenant Brown, and St rgeant Shectz. The club is not closed but men no loiiRer remain until sunrise. cMTTrr .k r cSJrvsm BLLlBBMin TWO HELD AFTER 0 RAD OB r ... - . i '".'!.. - - - -..... BmmsSmWlmmm air ! ewelry There can never be another gift to take the place of good Jewelry it is beautiful, lasting and expressive of deep sentiment. Just now graduation, con firmation, engagement and wedding presents command especial attention, and A lavish array of genuine hand - cut cameo Brooches. $7.00 and up Dainty little solid colli laval- lieres. set with diamonds, pearls, rubier, sapphires and other van c o I o r e il birth stone'' A thousand designs from which to choose. Tricps. $5.00 to $50.00 Good Jewelry , On Easy Payments. 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The trial of Alfredo Coccfii. who mur dered Roth Cruger in New York on February 13, 1917, Is fixed tor Juna 23 next- It is Improbable that the per petrator of the crime will receive punishment more severe than ten years solitary confinement- America and Americans are far from popular In Italy since the question of restor ing Fiume arose In the Paris confer ence, and it is likely that this preju dice will weigh with the Jurors who will hear evidence against Cocchi. . As Cocchi has confessed his crime before trial, he cannot be sentenced to more than twenty years' solitary confinement. He has already passed more than two years in prison, and that will count for him when sen tence is Imposed. Besides, in all prob ability he will benefit by the terms of the royal amnesty issued recently to celebrate the victorious termination of the war. There is not the slightest chance that Cocchi will be extradited to America to be tried a second time. No proof exists that he ever intended to become an American citizen. Only an act of parliament could make his ex tradition legal, and in the present state of feeling toward America no one. here or in Rome, will attempt to amend the Italian code of laws and send Cocchi to the United States and the electric chair. , BOMB RUSS REDS LONDON. June 10. A news agency dispatch from Kern, ISO miles west of Archangel, reported that on Saturday British seaplanes bombed and machine-gunned four Bolshevist regi ments on Lake Oriega. forcing them to flee. GEN. HARRIES GETS D. S. M. FOR SERVICES AT BREST PARIS, June 10. General Pershing yesterday conferred the Distinguished Service Medal on Brig. Gen. George H. Harries at Chaurnont for services rendered as commanding officer of the base at Brest. - General Harries Is a member of the inter-allied commission for the repa triation of prisoners of war. sitting at Berlin. 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