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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1019.
OWEN QUITS PRESIDENT ON FE NATIONS Aa ajaendawat to the Leagae Ifatioas MTMnit, which would lasare freedom for all sasjeet er sub-merged nationalities er peoples foaad oaaafele of self-goYerament. was urged la the Senate today by Senator Owes, Dem ocrat, of Oklahoma. Owen alee advocated a reservation to the peace treaty by which the British protectorate over Egypt would be "understood to bo merely a means through which the nominal suzerainty of Turkey over Xgypt amall be transferred to the Egyptian people, aad shall not be construed as a recognition by the United States, ia Groat Britain, of any sovereign rights over the Egyptian people, or as depriving the people of Egypt of aay right of self-govenuneat." V fi mid sat. In aa address Owen, stated the prpee of his amendment and reservation .was to place the United States oa record as regarding the BEAUTIFUL HAIR IS NOT A MATTER OF LUCK Jon't you iust envy the woman with thick billows of fluffy hair? is it aay wonoor tnat a woman witn beautiful hair is always welcomed everywhere that men admire her and vie Tor bar favor that women go out of their way to be friendly witn nor? .roues say beautiful hair is a "gift." That is not so. It is merely a matter 01 proper care ana attention. . If TOUR hair is unbeaatiful or is beginning to show signs of "age" Jst try what is known profession ally as "The P 8 Treatment." dm simple language. The Parisian sage iTewmenuj unis consists or a reg ular scalp massage with the well- known Parisian seare. Parisian sage is a harmless So.uJ1 wnicn zor many years nas neea used by discriminating women every where to revivify the hair aad keep K in a healthy condition. Parisian sage, with full directions for use. can now be secured at all modern drug stores or at the Toilet Goods counter of your favorite De partmeat store. Get a bottle today from People's Drug Stores aad see how quickly it brings that air of yotath and beauty u toot nair. it is laexneaetve and easy to use la your own home. entente allies, as well aa Itself, bound by the principles enunciated by Pres ident Wilson, especially that of self determination, which formed the basis on which the Germans laid down their arms and the armistice was signed. Ireland, Egypt, Morocco, Shantung, Flume all were involved in the "broad principle of self-government" to which the United States and the entente allies agreed, Owen de clared, when they entered into ne gotiations for peace with Germany. He contended that if the League of Nations were to succeed, and future wars were to be averted, self-government must not be denied any na tionality or people who proved the right or ability to exercise it. Little Peoples Mat Have Say. What transpired before the peace conference must, not be lost sight of in considering the peace treaty, Owen said. If subject or submerged nationalities or peoples had been de denied a hearing at Versailles, as had been asserted, then care should be taken that adequate provision be made whereby, under the League of Nations, they would secure self-government if they demonstrated they were entitled to it In suggesting aa amendment to the league covenant, Owen followed the argument advanced recently by Sena tor Lenroot of Wisconsin, a leader of the "mild reservationlsts" on the Re publican side, that the covenant could be amended without Germany's approval being required, as, under the terms of the treaty. Germany agreed to abide by any changes in the covenant until she became a mem ber of the league. As the league automatically was to come into being, and the treaty auto matically was to become operative as soon as ratification was made by any three nations, amendments to the covenant could readily be made, Len root contended, even if textual changes in the rest of the treaty might lead to international compli cations. Owen's Stem sfgaMeeat. Owen's advocacy and authorship of aa amendment, as well as of a reservation, were regarded by both Republican and Democratic Senators as possessing unusual significance. His announcement that he favored, and probably would vote fpr "mild reservations," added another Demo cratic Senator to the number on the minority aide who have become open reservationlsts. Senators Hoke Smith, of Georgia, aad Shields, of Tennessee, are among the Democrats who have declared their intention of voting for reserva tions. Senator Thomas, of Colorado, another Democrat, has not only spontered reservations of his own. but has spoken for textual changes la the treaty. Both Senators .Reed, of Missouri, aad Gore, of Oklahoma, are Democratic "bitter esders" who have repeatedly avowed their pur pose to vote against ratification of the treaty in aay form. Owen is the latest oa the Demo cratic side to express himself as iu conflict with President Wilson's view that the Senate ought t ratify the treaty as he brought it from Versailles. ERICH HEGHT, the first German to enter the United States on a pass port since 1914, photo graphed on his arrival in New York recently from Berlin. Hecht is here to claim his bride, an Ameri can, girl, to whom he be came engaged before the war. Kf. asssMssafeW' i 'B: f T aeRSe-Sft. - - B dielNemnuMSauf HWBK''V 0.t ! Ik'M 1 v' - . $ ' is- '&iVffiSyg: - mi ' ' " -as. BsEreffiSsBBBJKsepte?? I '' ?V KtSmmWSmmWJLmBBKmWm SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr SSsMsSSaWwsSwffltaSSSSSSSsl 1 sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbT BBBBBSBBmamBBmsBBBBBKaWaaamamamamai ' aeeeeeeeeB aeeeeeeee8eeeSsaeeeaeeeeeeaeae ADMITSCOMrUaTY INOMAHARIOTING OMAHA. Neb.. Oct. 18. Leonard Webster, advertising designing artist, arrested for investigation in connec tion with the lynching of Will Brown, negro, burning of the courthouse aad attempted lynching of Mayor Smith in the riot of September 28, has con fessed his complicity, according fo the caier 01 aeieeuves. When shown the gun with which he is alleged to have Btruck the mayor over the head, Webster cried: "That's it," then fainted in his cell Several she had beea flred out of the gun wiilch Webster ir said to hare oowfeeued he fired in the body of the negro. 11 ... WT tgJTJTgfr eetJmJ . 1 III fill - m Rlfl " m Hill M HiH ffl Bur - '- - eV Hilt mil Formerly Store Occupied by The Young Ladies' Shop Sensational Pay Day Sale of Smart DRESSES $25. 00 Worth up to $65.00 27 M OH mmm n u .1 Thrift Habit Is Growing W. S. S. Held Responsible for. Savings Boost. There are 27,600.009 savings bank depositors In the United States. These figures became public at the recent convention of the American Bankers' Association at St. Louis, and in com piling them due allowance was made for duplications. Investigation by the meats led to additional savings, bank depositors are. with few excep tions, people of small means, but they are the people who absorbed in large measure the war issues of Govern ment securities. Thrift and War Sav ings Stamps, Savings Certificates, and Liberty bonds. Not only did. they buy and hold Gov ernment securities, but those invest vestments led to additional savings, consolidated the habit of thrift, and increased bank deposits throughout the entire nation. These 27.000.906 depositors now own $10,673,971,000 of savings. This is the money which has built up the railroads, municipalities, homes, aad Industries of the nation. These savings represent over 26 per cent of the total resources. The savers financed the war successfully, and on their continuation of the pro duction of new capital through sav ings rests the solution for financing reconstruction and for the increase of production necessary to check the high cost of living. The Government savings securities and Liberty bonds offer Ideal means for the production of this new capital. They are adapted for Investment of all sums no matter how great or small. They are the safest security possible. They are profitable and readily convertible into cash should necessity arise. Their purchase not only a.ee in financing the Govern ment, releases corresponding capital from the banks and financial institu tions for expansion of industry and development of production. The figures compiled by the Bank ers' Association show that lp the five year period ending January 1 of this year, saving deposits in State banks increased M.47 per cent; in mutual savings banks, 13.M per cent; ia stoek savings banks, 33.04 per cent; m trust companies. 24.32 per cent; and In na tional banks, 118.3d per cent. It also was announced at St. Louts that there were 3f.000.000 policy hold ers la life Insurance companies In the United States. CUT SICKNESS COST ATG.W.UNIVERSITY New. Activities. Tax Resigned to Keep Doctors1 Bills 3 Below $8. Silk Tricolette Silk Paulette All-Wool Tricotine Velvets Velours Georgette Crepes Serges Satins J We offer is a pay day special this most extraordinary bargain dn new fall dresses. The models are all new, direct from a large iNew York manufacturer. There are several hundred to select from but the price is so low we urge you to Come Early to Avoid the Crowd! t George Washington Unlversitr stu dents have feand a way to cut down the high cost of being sick. If any one of them, becomes 111 this session geis "hu." or -neeping sicKaess,"" or any ether, of the seasonable ailments the doctor's bill will not exceed ?8. tms simple little solution of the hlgh-eoet-of-being-sick problem la made possible by a voluntary student activities tax just authorised by the board of trustees of the university. Students, who subscribe to the tax. are entitled to free medical and hos pital attention during the year, in additloa to getting a year's subscrip tion to toe uatenet, weeKiy student publication; a copy of the Cherry Tree, student year book, and being admitted to all athletic contests aad debates. As a result of the Inauguration of the tax plan, the board of trustees has authorized the complete resump tion of student activities. Basket ball and debating teams 'soon will be organized. Tennis and inter-class baseball teams will be formed in the spring. It is possible that football will be revived next falL SUES TO RECOVER 16 CASES OF WHISKEY AND a OF GIN Sixteen cases of whiskey and five and one half cases of gin seized by the Police Department are made the cause of a suit in replevin filed in the District Supreme Court yesterday by George A. Young against the Dis trict of Columbia and Edwin B. Hesse, property clerk of the Police Department. Young, represented by Attorney T. Morris Wampler, asks the court to order the return of the liquor to him or give him Judgment for $661. NEGLECTING THAT COLD OR COUGH? Why, when Dr.. King's New Discovery so promptly checks it '"g11" i t ,agaBasQaBg3gv''Ci IT'S natural you don't want to be careless and let that old uoM ur cough drag on or that ntw at tack develop seriously. Not when you can get such a proved successful remedy as Dr. King's New Dicuvery. Cold, cough, grippe, croup does not resist this standard reliever very long. Its quality is as high today as it al ways has been and It's been growing steadily In popularity for more than Hfty years. 60c and $1,120 a bottle at all druggists. Constipated? Here's Relief Not that often harmful, always vio lent and temporary help that comes from harsh purgatives, but the cori fortable, gratifying, corrective irgula- tlou of stubborn bowels so pronoun:- , ed in Dr. KingV New Life Pills. Tonic ia action, rhey promot? free bile flow, stir up the lazy, thoroughly but gently cleanse the system of waste matter and fermenting foods, and give you keen zest for hard work and healthful recreation. All druggists 2Be, , YANKS IN SILESIA TO NUMBER 5,000 If American soldiers are seat to Silesia to perform police work during the coming plebiscite, they wilt act under the command, of Marshal Toe and in accordance with orders of the Supreme War Council 'la Paris, the War Department has anaounoed. Al though these troops have been going to France in small detachments for some time, the main body will sail October 17, it is stated, making the aggregate number of soldiers for the Sllesian expedition approximately 5.000. ' The exact work which the soldiers will do has not been made public yet by the War Department ,Whether they will take part in policing Silesia Hnrinr the plebiscite. wnicn thought to be ha the prseess o ar rangement by the peaee oea sereneo, u now being discussed by the Stat De partment. The State Department nad the War Depattateat maintain, however, that! the obligations incurred by the ar mistiee will he followed la aeeord aaee with the orders e the fttpreate iWar Council aad the peaee oea fee. la Paris. MORE DISTRICT YANK& BACK FROM WAR ZONE URGE CONGRESS AID ILLEGAL (BLDREN Rohleder. Asm L. Coon?. Hope Thompson, aad JMaae N'aptr. ' HOBOKHN, K. J., Get II. The fol lowing Washington men are reported to have arrived from overseas; Casuals Lieut Bernard . Gllkla. 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