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THE WASHINGTON TIME& SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1919.
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ASK LEAGUE CHANGE
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BOBTOK, Oct. S. Ratification of
the peace treaty, inoladtag' the League
I f Nations covenant, J favored la a
resolution adopted by the Democratic
jstate convention here, yesterday, pre
Tided It is amended, "to rive to no
other nation more vote than the
United States, to protect the sover
eignty of the American people, to
protect the right of self-determination
and to refrain from adding: to
me burden of peoples wanting to be
free and independent."
The resolution caused heated de
bate. The Boston police strike also
aronaed lively discussion, which re
suited ! adootion of a platform
'.plank to the effect that, "while we
do not condone toe poiwe who lert
their post of duty, we condemn
Governor CoolMge for his Inaction
and culpability in falling to protect
the lives and property of the people
of Boston."
The treaty plank debate centered in
an amendment Introduced by John
fcU0H
State
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ZARIN BROS.
727 12tk Street N. W.
L. Donovan, of Boston, which was
finally rejected. This amendment de
manded that the treaty of peace and
the covenant of the League of Na
tions "he considered and- acted upon
as separate and distinct documents,"
that the Senate reruse to approve any
such document "which dees not Rive
self-determination to all small na
tions, whsther oppressed by the vic
tor or the vanquished, especially Ire
land, to whose sons and. daughters
these United States owe a debt of
gratitude which can never be fully
repaid," and that the Senate "shall
ever keep before Its mind the fact
that we are net ruled by autocrat or
emperor and that not even the Presi
dent of the United states may usurp
their functions."
The convention extended sympathy
to President Wilson In his illness and
"cordial wishes for his immediate
restoration to good health." The plat
form expressed "hearty commendation
of his Administration."
Other planks favored legislation to
aid farmers to increase food produc
tion. State ownership and develop
ment of water power, uon-contrlbu-jtory
maternity benefits and old age
pensions, legislation making per
missible State ownership and opera
tion of gas and electric plants and
street railways, a graduated Income
tax "bearing more heavily upon the
large incomes of the rich," a "sub
stantial additional grant to service
men," in addition to the SIM bonus
alrsady given them, and deportation
of undesirable aliens.
Births, $a wages, H paths
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Funeral services for Rear Admiral
Aaron Ward Weaver, U. 8, X retired,
the oldest graduate of the Naval
Academy and one of the oldest offi
cers In the navy in point of service,
will be held In Holy Trinity Church,
Georgetown, at II o'clock tomorrow
morning-. Interment will be at Ar
lington. Admiral Weaver died Thurs
day afternoon at his home near Balls
ton, Ya.
He wss born In Washington, July 1,
18M, the son of Lieut. William A.
Weaver, a hero of the war of 1812.
Mis grandfather served under Gen
eral Washington. Admiral Weaver's
mother was a descendant of Commo
dore Lawrence, aad It was from her
that he Inherited his love of the sea.
He was appointed a midshipman
from Ohio in 1148 and graduated JUly
IS, 18C4. He was made a master Sep
tember IS, 18M, and on the next day
was commissioned a lieutenant. He
was commissioned a lieutenant com
mander during the early days' of the
civil war.
. Married Miss Ida Kyatt.
He married Miss Ida Hyatt, daugh
ter of Alpheus Hyatt, of .Baltimore, is,
184, just before the close of the war.
He was commissioned rear admiral
June 27, 1IJ, and was retired on Sep
tember M of the same year.
His flrst taste of warfare- came in
18ST. when he was in oommand of the
U. S. &. Marion, operating against
slave-runners on the African ooast.
He returned on the prise slave bark
Ardennes, hie flrst conquered ship.
During the civil war he commanded
the Susquehanna aad took part in the
bombardments of Forts Hatteras,
Clarsfe, Beauregard, Walker and Fort
Royal, g. C He saw service on the
Mississippi under Farragut
Cosasssuaded JfavyYard.
He was in oommand of the Wash
ington Kavy Tard for nearly two
years, beginnin- in 1872, aad was a
member of the 'naval retiring and ex
amining boards from 188S to 1889.
Whale in this city he lived at Twenty-ninth
and X streets, Georgetown.
He had lived at Ballston for nearly
twenty years. He had been actively
engaged in charitable work there aad
almost unaided financed the Catholle
Church at Chorrydale for many years.
He was a member of the Loyal Legion
aad of the Sons of the Revolution.
He is survived by a daughter. Mrs.
Mary L Decker, wife of Rear Admiral
Decker. 17. S. X., and by a grandson,
Lieut. Benton C. Decker, U. . X.
aad aresUont f tta F, P, My Mart
war Company, Wr MM yeeurtar
morning at har homo, lift WyontfMF
avtnu. aoUma HUH rNt !
wss celebrated at Hi. PfcuTu 0h
and Interment was n Mount Qilvtt
Cemetery. Mrs. May, who wM ltr
Ave years old, died Tfcutar of hoarf
disease, fallowing an Dine af two
months,
Mrs. May had bee a resident at thM
city all her life aM was widely
known here.
She Is survived by tw sons, Arthus
J. aad Leo a May, of Washington:
four daughters, Miss A. Adele aad
Miss Helen M. May, of Washing ten;
Mrs. Daniel R. Forbes, of Chloago. and
Sister Louise May. a religious workar
In an Albany, X. Y hospital, and by
her father. Owen O'JCare, who has
been a resident of this oity aar more
than seventy years.
CAPT. E. G. PARKER.
CapL Kdward Graham Parker, U. I.
A., superintendent of the dispensary
at the Washington Xavy Yard, tied
yesterday la his quarters at the Navy
Yard, from what Is believed to have
been an attaok of heart trouble. "Cap
tain Parker had been stationed, at the
Xavy "Sard during the war. Ho was a
Massachusetts man and was . forty
nine years old. He is survived by his
widow, a daughter and a sop.
Funeral services will bvheld at St.
Thomas' Church at 2 o'elook tomor
row afternoon, and interment wiy be
in Arlington Xatlonal Cemetery.
JAMES S. JORDAN.
Funeral services for James S. Jor
dan, prominent Baltimore merchant
and a resident of this city for twenty
five years, will be held at bis homo,
l7 Second street northeast, at 3:1
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Inter
ment will be in. Rook Creek Cemetery.
Mr. Jordan died yesterday af teraooa
at his home following a year's illness.'
He was born in Pennsylvania, where
he received his early education. He
went into the merchandising business
in Baltimore and in Wheeling W. Va.,
and was well' known to business men
in all parts of Pennsylvania, Maryland
and West Virginia.
He retired from active life ever
twenty years ago and had lived in
this city continuously for twenty-five
years.
Mr., Jordan is survived by ,hie
widow. Who was Miss Dotte" Beanlng
haus, of Charleston, W. Ya. Mrs. Jor
dan is an auat of Mrs. Blaine Mktes.
MRS. MINNIE K. MAY.
Funeral aervioos for Mrs. Miaale X.
Msjr, widow of Frank P. May, founder
MARRIED
f Nebraska, took plaee en Teweay
eveBlBs, at S o'ceeic. at fcr aeet's rest
desee, 111 SeveaUeath street BOrth
VMt, September e, 11. The 'eerr
laonx wss performed by the Rev. D. r.
Brows. t.t
DEATHS.
AIX?KssM-rOa Btotor4av$eteer 4. lslf,
at 6 e'oleek p. m. fcLXsm, beloved few
bud of 'Bttaabeth JLUpreat, aged sixty
alae years.
Faaersi from bis kUe resideaeo, 14S T
streK aerthweat, on Keaeay, Oetober .
at 2 p. m. Relatives aad friends Invltea
to attend, latornest at aieawooa cm
PARR On Prtdar. Oeteeer S, ll, at S
p. niu at her resldesee. Beat Pleesaat.
Md.. MARY E.. beloved wife of Bowman
T. Farr (nee Xayet).
Fuseral Monday. October 6. at II a,
is., la Addison ChapeU Seat Pleases t,
Md,
FLORAL DESIGNS
IXOWBJtS for all oeeaeiosi. Call Fraaklm
4(6, rosideBce. PraskUa 11S6. 6 BO. X.
COOKS. 11 Cobs, ave. mylS-ltat
FUNERAL DESIGNS
Of every dftscriptloB Moderate prlees.
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UNDERTAKERS
J. WILLIAM LEE,
XJXDKRTAXBR AND LIVERY.
MS Pa, Ave. N. W.
Telepseee M. I. WAlHtKOTON. n
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
CEMETERY'
NEW CEDAR HILL
Peaaa. Ave. 8. X.
"Waehlartea's Beaatifsi sV'.i Park"
Special Prieea. Sttea $16 to I2E.
Buy Now. Choice Locatlofii.
Secure tbe Beet Kasy Term.
For Information Address
JOSEPH J. CAYLOK,
Lincoln 82. 723 Fifth at. N. E.
BIRTHS
SOKS.
Oeorte aad OUve 8. Baesabert. -FleMs
MoM. aad Oeorzle C. Oeeerae.
Jeaa D. aad Mary X. M array.
Robert L. aad Gladys M. OeeeeUt
Harry L. sad ., M, Hlltea..,
Joe and Mary SHewHeh.
Rallo H. and Marie Brittea.
Frederick T. aad Xva R. Apsetl.
Jasaes aad LIUie Theratoa.
Floyd IV. aad Irera E. Xebiasea.
Georse aad TalCp Peek.
Willie O. aad Braest Jebaeoa.
Edward T. Cand Araee Cephas. -
DAUOHTKR3.
Wilbert C aad Aaaie C Taaker.
Georse J. aad Lillte M. RelBcrabor.
Ralph. X. aad Wanda Reeds.
William F. and Annie M. LeGrew.
Mark aadvXNIa P. Linen.
?'lllard C, and Edith M. Josef : .
onatl ksd Marietta Tsatfwa. - "
Georse P. aad Florence L Bafter.
Morsan L. and Ztltas. Brett. -WiUlafR
R. and Mary X. Braaaer. -Beajitaln-
J. kad Jeeete A.-Rapter.'
Rlehard N. and Mary W. Carter.
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caTastw oad Alton viodact. a aatf
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afa boras; drawn hi a tone frotcbt
tMafcft wbosi Broke kntako boaass ood
doasV sjswo way aad essjood taoaa ts
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DEATHS
Brally Behra, 33 yrs., 1el 6th at. aV.
Catherine U. March. 29 yn..iass G sC ae.
Thomas J. Fiaher. St yri., jeiz Kal rd.
Marsaret Goddard, 47 yra Oeersetws
Uslv. Hoa. .
Biles Saraes. 18 yrs.. St. XHa .Xes.
Elijah Conyers, yra, 3 Peeeersy M. ae.
Reaetta Jones. IS yra. 2121 Pratr nw.
Sarah L. Brooks, 69 yra., 1117 Half tC aw.
Anna Cooper. 19 yra, Freedmea'a .He.
Joeeph 8. GasusS yra., 46 Btsstea ave. se.
Raohel Nloholsoe, 73 yra.. Taeereateets
Hos.
Catherine Smith, 67 yra., IIS Vs. ave..w.
Alice Smith. US yrs.. Garfield Hoe.
Alberta Anderses, 31 yra.. Freedntea's Xee.
Jerry Wlleon. 4t yra. Freedmea'a Xea.'
Shooting At Husband
An Amusement. So Site
Has to Pay War Tax
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Oct 4.
Now It is paying; the amusement
tax for those women who indulge
in the pastime of shooting-at their
husbands. This is the ruling- of
Judge A. J. Harrod, of the Kansas
side' police court, when he fined
Mrs. Anna Young, a negress, for
shooting at hec husband.
"Your fine will be S2S plus 25
cents." the Judge said.
'What dat 25 cents fo? asked
the woman.
"The 25 cents is am amusement
tax. payable to the city treas
urer," replied the judge. -
l neat let careless exnensirare am
a sieve ef year parse. Bay wisely,
and Increase year money heldlags by
, Investing- in W. S. 8.
CJraaOag an atdteiinal boaiM to
sorvioe ae woaM moan tao aotg
of another largo Osvofiaeta boad
IseiM, wkioh tao ssaatry ta sot ia
aoaition to otaad at a pes sat, Issrs
vary t the Treasury atass toid tao
soeoial Xottoo bwdget eiassalttoo lata
yesterday.
Glass streagiy seesiid the boaiM,
oiaiatiac that aeajoHty af taa sorv
ioe neon would consider It an affront
to their patriotism at a time, wftea
the Government is sorely la need of
funds.
. Today the credit of tao Baited
States is Imoeriled" bo said, "by
aroJeota initiated la Coagreos t6 got
the soidier vote. I do not believe
that these flae young neon, it thdy
realised waat it is that la proposed la
their behalf, would aeeot a alft xnade
at tbd expense of tboir fathert, moth
era and eUtersand the oaiMroa that
are to come aflor them ia order to
give them a holiday,
xpeet DMhi seoK.
4 do not aatioipate a doddt ia th
current Ascal year 'of mre than
Jtaaajooe.; bat I say to you in all
sotoBHiHy that a aosaat aad ins
mediate halt ia not ceiled to this groat
peril there must be aaotfcr Liberty
loan, the proceeds of wMoh are to be
given away to taa waU aad the strong
young men who you. know wont out
to fight la a spirit of uaoelashaose.
not solf-seekiac.
"No faUaey ia more grotesque than
tao aseussatioa that by Isottiag bonds
or notes or certificates of indebted
ness bow wo may pass on to future
raaoratloas the burden of our own
extravagance. The burden of theso
issues will have to be met today, sat
only ia interest aad sinking fund
charges added to aa already heavy
load, but la the oxaomoion of credit
which ia inevitable -aa a roealt of thai
iaeue of suah seeurittes.
Taft for Baisnt
WUliaa Howard Taft. preceodiag
aocrotary Glass, indorsed the budget
syarem', aad" adrocaed tao ate of
Cabinet members being given the
privilege of speaking an the floor of
tao House to defend and. oxalate
taoir financial requirements; Ma also
indorsed President Wilsoa's plan of
delivering nia COftgreseiottal jaoaaaga
in parson.
The ox-Fraaldoat stated suck a
program was the only means of ob
taiaing economy aad efficiency la the
Government. Ha recommended a
budget staff under taa direction of
the President white Secretary Glass
thought such aa organisation ahould
be under taa Treasury Deaartsaenc
Questioned aa to tad possibility 6f
Cattaet member a dJoagreala with
Tceommendationa of the budget staff.
Baft said:
They might drop back late civil
life te that case. From experience I
.have found that ia not such aa awful
aaiamity.H
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HORNHLU JC. T.. Oct. I. t'Our Per
sons were ainer jevevr jtvrc im m. sw-1 1
UsiSn betaveea an automoblU and a1 1
metarevcle. The dead arC: Thomas
V." Rogers, fifty years; A. Vincent. j
twelve; oeorge m. marua. fourteen,
and Miss Amy Vincent. I
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MANY weeks ago we announced the arrival in rFfi
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New York. Another instance of the fact that the new
things in footwear are shown first at Hirsh's.
The Daytona is a beautiful, little, long, slender vamp
pump, with the new Baby Louis heel, ft is correct for
evening or afternoon wear.
The new Baby Louis heel is a sensible and damty
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