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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1919.
Congress Has Duty To
Perform For Capital,
Andrews Tells Chamber
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"Until trtrr Senator and member years was a resident of the District,
wtr k. irny. ..t. tt- riuriv in ))! I told hew he had. become a convert
mind that he has a duty to perform
by his National Capital as well as
by his home State, he will not he
fulfilling- his mission In Congress."
This statement was the keynote of
an address'' by Congreeman Wllliain
E. Andews. of Nebeska, befoe 200
xnembes of the Chamber of Commerce,
who assembled last night at Raa
echer's Hall for the first fall meet
ing of the organisation.
Twenty members of Congress, and
District officials were the special
guests of the chamber at toe meeting-,
and It was particularly to those
men that Congressman Andrews dl-1
rected hi, appeal for a better un
derstanding of the relationship be
tween the National Capital and the
nation at large.
Was Unity of Sentiment.
"We ought to make Washington,
the National Capital, the most beauti
ful city in all the world, commensu
rate with the dignity of the Ameri
cas people and the greatness of the
United States," declared Mr. Andrews.
"We must bind the thoughts of the
people of the States to the National
Capital as their natlsnal home, and
we must bnd the thoughts of the
residents of the National Capital to
the States ia order that we may
haTe unity of sentiment ami pur-
Mr. Andrews, who for eighteen
If Constipated, Bilkws
or Headachy, take
Sick headache, bttionsnsss. coated
tongue, or sour, sneer stomach al
ways trace this to torpM liver; de-
inyeo, iermenung xooa in the newels.
Poisonous matter clogged in the
intestines, instead of being- east out
or uie system is re-ansoroea into tn
etooa. wnen tn:s poison readies tae
delicate brain tissue it causes eon
gestion and that dull, throbbing-sickening-
Cascarets immediately cleanse the
stomach, remove the sour, undilut
ed food and foul rases, take th- i-
cees sue xrom u ver and carry!
out an tne eoasupatea waste mat
ter and poisons in the bowels.
A Cascaret tonisrht will sural v
straighten you out by morning. They
wont wjuh jug sieep.
from a "Congressional scorner" of
District Affairs to a staunch enthus
iast. "I have become a thorough con
vert to the idea of a national ar'oh
of triumph.", the speaker said, "and.
I am convinced there is. Krjr one
place on earth where such an arch
should be located, and that is In.
Visions liensrfiCal JrV. "
Mr. .Andrews outlined a plan' of
beautifying- .Washington, along the
lines of "binding the thoughts of
the States to th KatlonaKCapltal as
their national home." He submitted
a plan of a park for all the States;
each State, having s, building in the'
passe to exhibit the, products of that
State and to serve as the State's
home la Waslilntrton. And it was
suggested that the national .arch of
trimnen be placed at. the entrance jo
the all States' park.
The special' guests of the Chamber
of Commerce who .heard the appeal
of Congressman' Andrews' wars JSen-
atocs Wesley u. Jones, L. HeJeler:
Ball. Arthur Capper and Nathaniel
B. Dial; Congressman Stuart F. Steed,
Vredertek N. -.Zihlman, Edward D.
Hays, Thomas S. Williams, Milton A.
HOntJue. James P. Woods and Fred
U. Jjaaham; Commissioner "W. Owynn
Oardtaer paid Raymond W. Pullman;
and Justices Charles H. Robb, Josiah
A, Van Orsdet, Walter1 J. McCoy and
Conatanttae J. Smyth.
Miss Mary OTooie, a member of
the 'board. f directors of the Quern
W c Commerce, and chairman of a
committee to Investigate the Prison
ers' Relief Society, rendered a. strong
report .In which she urged the eom-
merleul organisation to indorse the
relief society, .and the ladtriduaL
members to lend their financial and
moral support to thy movement. Up
on a resolution pros anted ay Mies
OTeole to that effect, the chamber'
heartily indorsed tho movement.
"The -society has helped some O.Ofo
jea nurtaa: the pant fjye yeara,
ipM Miss O'Teole. "This may seem
Wonder What a Messenger With $100,000 in Liberty Bond .Thinks About. . .... .By BRIGGS
(Copyright, 1918, The Tribune Association, Inc.)
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a large flgTiremtil en is told that
at leant 300.00 men are iiberated each
year mh prisons, . i
Over M per cent of those helped
have male good. Throttgb th of3"!
forts of the society practically Aevery
concern will now give-employment to
Mr. Sidney West, chairman, of the
membership committee, reported hat
twenty-seven new members had been
added, to the roll, since the last meet
ing In June. Applications are .now
coming- in, he said, as result of the
membership drive that is now being-
conducted, and there is, good prom
ise of many now members joining the
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MBW YORK. Oct IS. Tho
of Lieut. Com. Christopher
who is on trfal before a. court martini
at tho Kow York navy) yarn, charm!
wttli soUlns; places in th naval re-
were mis noil
of which tho nccnsTsd mam had chaise;
Arthur H. Ftjsjm tosClOed that ho
had heard "Lieutenant Commander
Mawden talk ansr tho telephone with
Lieut. Benott J. apart, who has plead
ed gnilty to acsmKing bribe. Tho
witness declared that th accused told
Btlort that tho tatter's ssggestion
eoaoemins; rattnspi for men wore un
fair. Lieutenant Commander lmrmdsm
declares; he had boon responsible for
the niacins; of Investigators fat the en
roUmont office, according" to the wit-
Lieutenant Commander Maradsa
be careful in the examination of
for enrollment, but that physical de
feats to whlce he objected wens ferer-
leefeed by Davis.
Thomas B. Briackley was on duty
at tho enrollment office for tea
pee ths. He testified ha haeV never
heard of any gifu or bribe beta
ntren to LiootemvK CoeasBnader
htamden. He said that the day before
Be was discharged from the service
he .presented Lieutenant Coasmaader
Marsden with, a pair of goM saa links
valued at SIS. He declared that tt
was merely an effort on his part te
aaow his appreciation of the kind
treatment he had recotved from Lieu
tenant CommandorMarsdea He ex
plained that Lieutenant Commander
Marsden took a proneaaced interest
In all ef the men under him and
made every enTort te aid than ta ob
tain advancement, bat that at no
time warn component loaa or bribes
Lieut. David Joseph, of the medV
eal corps, who la assigned to the re
serving ship New York, testified he
was on daty at the enrollment office
during 118. Lieut. Benjamin &
Davts, wno is now serving- a term of
twenty years for naval frauds, was
senior medical officer. The witness
seldhe received instructions from
within the ; very near
Urge Two Mere iTndges.
J The legislation .committee's report,
which was read by Chapin Drown,
-outlined the necessity in the District
of two additional judges to the Su
preme Court of the District and the
enlargement of the Jurlsdibtion" of
the municipal courts, to cases involv
ing from $fi00 to $3,000.
A bill Is now being- prepared to
embrace the two prepositions sug
gested by the legislative committee
of the chamber, and it will .soon be
presented to Congress.
"The calender is so crowded," de
clared Mr. Brown, "that the courts
will never catch, up unless Immediate
relief is given. If a person brings
suit now for $300 in the Supreme,
Court bf the District, he wilt not be
able te get judgment for three years,
Ana yet inTtockvMle, Ma.; a man can
have a trial by jury within three
months. In the criminal courts there I
are not enough judges to handle
even the jail cases."
Draw Up Merger Bill.
James T. Lloyd, chairman of the
committee on public utilities, reported
that' a bill had been drawn up outlin
ing a plan of -merger of the two rail
way companies, and that copies of the
bill were now in the hands of the
heads of the companies and other in
terested persons in the District. He
said that consolidation of the two
roads is now merely a matter of ar
ranging the stocks of the two com
panies. Isaac Gan reporting on the police
and firemen of the District, advocated
that an increase in salary take Into
consideration the cost of the uni
forms of these employes. Ross P.
Andrews advocated that the District
supply uniforms to members of the
police and fire forces.
A meeting- of the Alexandria road
way, oomaakee. Cfaaiman Robert N.
Harper aaejouneed, will be herd to
night a 8feeieek to settle n -ways
and means to raise $56,000 to' help
complete f concrete road between
Alexandrla'ami Washington. Howard
Norton is chairman of the committee.
AUTO "WAS KKGULAlt TAXK.-""
SKOWXBOAX, He., Oct. IS. An Ir
rigation project . was nipped in the
bud hers, whoa a flivver comisyr from
the Canadian ntde of the ttrntf was
searched and yielded up ninety-six
gallons- of the real stuff. .
.PT OF KATVawsjqK fj .
MUsWAYsLLX, 111., Oct, 11-
through a straw stack. It was four
teen pays meMnr the trip and dur
ingthat period had no water. The
stack fell in behind the animal, and
it ate Its way out.
DROP HIRED CHOIRS
Prof. Foote Terms Practice
"bfnrd and Blofioal"
BALTHCORB, Oct 14-Hlxed sing-
hired moaaners-'it a funeral
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local tew. lost 300 pounds wVHe'aftliisri&eary Wilder-Foeta, of -the Harvard
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tfehoel; in ah address at the
opening session of the twenty-seventh
annual meeting -of the General Con
ference of Ifnitarlan Societies here.
Prof. "Foote presented the commit
tee's report for uniformity of
ship and spoke 'on "Public Devotions."
He declared the hired quartet and
all hired singing- to be "absurd and
logically indefensible. " JHe pleaded
for congregational singing.
Democratic courage, endurance, and
self-seerlnce shown by Burope and
America In the recent war could
never have developed under an auto
cratic mUltary imperialism, and that
the greatest strength for controversy
or ooMlct, whether intellectual, moral
or political, depends entirely .upon a
genuine love fonneace- and unity, a
fine idealism, a love of liberty and r
reverence for humanity, were
ng the salient points In an ad-
Sy tne my. .Henry cow, an
eminent Snglish divine.
The address was the of fteiaf message
in celebrating- the centennial ef
"Chaaning's Baltimore sermon." which
marked the beginning- of the Unitar
ian denomination in this eountry.
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OnaWTANlA. Oct. leT1m Dag-
MaortinsT two taspertant
by Premier Knadeea and the
minister at Paris, T. H.
Jarsberg. with i far sac te
s political aad eooaomie
drawn the cenclnetoa from
m of -Oreater Norway
that Spitsbergen aad also the atur
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