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OT IN DISTRET "Votes for Washington" WIN Be Slogan When Congrews Meets Again. A committee of 1,000 Washington men and women is now being organ. lead by the National Press Committee for D. C. Suffrage. 100 lennsylvania avenue. in anticipation of a drive at the December session of Congress to Put through local suffrage bills that will at least partially enfranchise the half million voteless people Of Wash Iagton. Bill for local suffrage. now being drawn by Alvin L. Newfyer, Iouis a. Gottlieb and Robert I. Miller, will be completed next week. The bills will provide for election by the people here of a Board of District Commis Sloness of six, with one engineer com missioner to be appointed by the President; a Board of Education of nine members: a Public Utilities Com mission of seven, and two delegates In Congress. the same number that the Philippines are allowed. The bills will be Introduced the first day of the December session, and hearings will be held by the Senate and House Committees on the District of Columbia the fiest week of the ses sion. It is hoped to get favorable action on these measures before the December session ends March 4. 10-1 The bills will provide all the ma ehinery for holding elections in the District. A statement of the National Press Committee for D. C. Suffrage yester day declared It is a waste of time at the next session to advocate the Con stitutional Amendment, as 85 per cent of Senators and Congressmen have ex pressed themselves as opposed to the amendment, but have said they will support local suffrage for the Dis trict. It is the part of common sense. says the statement, to ask Congress for the kind of suffrage Congress is willing to grant, and mere folly to continue t6 demand something tiat majority of Congreus has said will not be granted at this time. PRING COMPANY FORCE HAS OUInNG The tenth annual outing of the em ployes of the Law Reporter Printing Company was held yesterday at Chesapeake Beach. A hanquet was given at the Belvedere Hotel. Among the guests were Samuel Gompers. Frank Morrison of the A. F. L.; Cha pin Brown, Ralph Barnard and Ful ton Lewis. Special prize, were awarded the winners in "stunt events." Among the special features were a 100-yard dash for men, won by Wal ter Sherwood; a shoe pile race for women, yon by Miss H. O'Brien; 20 yard dash for women, won by Miss J. Crown; 50-yard dash for boy.s. won by Stanley Crown; peanut conterts, won by E. Sparrow, adults, and S. Crown, children; lockstep race for men, won by the Stringer-Henry team; leapfrog race for men, won by Len-nir and Sussan; ringing peg, won by Mr. Hemmick, adults, and Job Bar nard, children; baby in hat (men). won by James Sullivan; pickaback race fo rmen. won by Mr. Stringer and Mr. Sherwood; baseball throwing con test for women, won by Edna Crown; sack race, won by Mr. Lacey, and a tug of war, won by the employes of the composing room. flow W Cheate B Physician Explains Hc Wreck Their Happine Tells How Organic Iron, Like Nerves, Put Roses In The Chi In The Veins Of Pale, Carew Lack of Iron robs the blood of firm and healthy tissue, brain, and food we eat and the oxygen we bi a woman with rosy cheeks, health and boundless energy into is pale, run-down, tired and hopel thin, watery blood, lacking strengl Iron, under-nourishes her body and 1 and robs her of her natural energy cheerfulness. She loses interest ini life and cannot enter into the normal healthy pleasures of those about her. She is literally cheating herself out of the best years of her life, when she mnight, in most cases. Squickly regain her strength and ritalty by feeding her blood with organic Iron -Nuxated Iron. ab ilaring deiency of tre a the blood ef so many? * women of today haa been ex plained by s number of doctors as being due to the sbnormal hury ad srai ofmodern life, asull asd orry and over work, and our reined, unnatural diet, These all tend to drain the natural iron from the blood faster than the bode~ en replece it without assist are, Under these conditions we ehould fedthe blond with organic Iran, and D.Jsms Francis Sullivan formerly ef Dievize lospital (dutdoe D~ept.). New Yerk, and Westehester Count Hfospital, esplaline below why organic iror like Nuxated Iron, is administered I aerveus and run-dewn women to mnake the. stronger, hesithier, and happier. "eEvery woman has the right to years vigor and health. But many a woman chest herself of her beet year. by allowing lackc iren Ia her blood to undermine her heelti "To te the inddest feature et moder life is the number of unhappy carewar women who might so easily regain happine. and heaalth. Doctorse offies are filled wit women who are eonstantly tired, pale. slkly sninterested in lIfe. I am sonvinced that man such women, by simiply putting Iran In thei bloed, might readily build rich red bloc lee ek enr a emselve a1 PeePi's5 a Drus Stores, TO] (Continued from First Pase) strangly Tolstey's prophey that man everythia ; the low oft is as go"d as Lt highest; that eon suffer, set besasee meet Of them are ignorant brutal and On perstities, but use a few have takes what the many should hae. Such, superficially, and very superacially, are Bolshevist teach ings. They add, with certain con cessions to the "prejudices" of deeply religious peasants, that there is no God no true religion, and that all refgion is simply a cunning weapon devised by the rich to make the poor humble and obedient. The Russian word for God, "Bog," comes from "Bogaty," which.means rich. And Ruckharin, most powerful Bolshevist teacher after Lenin, writes in his book, "The A B C of Communism: "There are some soft-headed com. inists who say that their religion does not prevent them from being comMunists. They say that they believe both In tied and In coM. munism. Such a view is fnds. mentally wrong. Religion and communism do not go together either in theory or practice. Be tween the precepta of communism and those of the Christian reiVi0on there is an impassable barrier. The same high priest of Bol shevism writes:"One of the means for casting darkness into the popular Mind is the bellei in (God and the devil, in evil and good spirits (angels and saints), relig ion." Bolshevist rulers, like their brother politicians outside of Bol shevism, play upon the ignorant credulity of the masses, offering to them "arguments" that they themselves would reject with scorn. Thus Buckharin feeds to the ignorant minds this: "It is an interesting fact that all names of God testify to this origin of re ligion. "What does the word God mean? Whence does it come? God (Bogi means strong, powerful, rich (Bogaty). How still in contradis tinction to the slaves. In the pray era they say: 'We are the slaves.' War breaks out, people perish by the millions and oceans of blood are spilled. An explanation must be found for this. Those who do not believe in God look at the how, the what, and the wherefore. They see that the war was schemed by the Czars, Emperors, and the Presidents, by the fat bourgeoisie and the landlords. They see that it is waged for the sake of rapa cious and filthy ends. And there fore they say to the laborer of all countries: 'Take up against your oppressors, cast capital from its thrones.' A religious man is an entirely different matter. He rea sons thus (and at the same time groans like an old woman): 'The Lord has punished us for our sina. 0, Father, Fmperor of Heaven, Thou hast rightly chastised us sin ners.' And if he is very relIgious and at the same time orthodox. then he begins to zealously chew one kind of food instead of an other on certain days (this is call ed doing reverence) and does a thousand other stupid things. Just such stupid things are performed by the religious Jew, the Moham medan Tartar, the Buddhistic Chinese, and in a word, by all be omen At d Out 0 est Yea W Many Women Under is by Letting the Iron in Nuxated Iron, Helps Strengthem sk and New Vigor and Health rn Women. S power to make muscle Out of the , athe, and turns f arkling / ne who ss., Her I -givimg nd requ stnn_,ad hv trnth a ndi 9 ene rsy, tnc easedtpoer of , ndurance. .teady nerves. and the rosy bleoem of" heal n n dtejv nr two weeks' )AY levers in God. Hence it Is apparent that those who really are believers are incapable of any struggle. Religion thus not only leaves the people in barbarism. but contributes toward keeping them in slavery. The religious man ti rather inclined to the be lisf that everything must be borne without resistance (because everything, he says, Is from God). and that it is necessary to submit to the authorities and suffer (for in the other world you will be re warded a hundredfold). It is there fore no wonder that the reigning capitalistic classes deem religion a very useful weapon for keeping the people stupid." Truly you may say that as Mohammed went murdering and crucifying through the world to make all people accept his theory of one God and one Prophet, so Lenin's forces march to make the world believe, among other things, that there is no God, and that Bolshevism Is the Bible, Koran and all other religious books rolled into one. Is Bolshevism all atheism, all merely an appeal to ignorance and brute force? By no means. It is the world's first attempt actually to lift up the bottom of society. Other revolutions and political systems have used the depths of population to get power, then with power won leaving the depths where they were. Bolshevism, which of course will end as all efforts among half developed men must end,- in half success or no success, is actually a poor man's party, and a party of wonderful Intelligence in its management. It says "we can control these peasants only by using military discipline, only by putting them in fighting armies and industrial armies against their will." They conscript the peasants, use some to kill Bolshevism's enemies, others to till Bolshevism's fields. But the workers slaving in the fields and factories under most se vere discipline work willingly. The men of the Red army fight joyously; their victories prove that. Bolshevism understands the peo ple; therefore, of course, under stand that the people must be co erced for good, as well as for evil, and that while being led, they must be made to think that they are leading, by playing upon their ignorance and hatreds. The intelligent man studies Bol shevism, the new power and "world menace," with an open mind knowing that he deals with what may be the ruling power and a beneficent power in centuries to come. Nothing is said against Bol shevism today that was not said against the French Revolution one hundred years ago. And as the nations unite against Bolshevism today, so they united against revolution in France 130 years ago. And as the fanatically enthusiastic armies of the French Revolution beat all Europe, and furnished Napoleon, the man that kept on beating all Europe, so the Red army of Russia is beating all its enemies today. It may furnish -e Often I Their rs mine Their Health and Their Blood Run Low The n.. 'Where Are My Best Years GoingT awhositeinders, tee trds ta toe listles to em jey the good thing ofoie.a I b. Dr. salva h o th may womenmmr lm. . jensader ztod oen, o e foremcs blooNu ant it nuler &D now.~ ton d Sgtana yh~.U You Can Kep go by Avoiding Overzwtion AMd Eating Lighly. USE COMMON oes Do you know how to keep cool in the hot weather? Do you remember the advise of Dr. Harvey W. Wiley. famous food and sanitation expert? "Don't run to catch a car. Don't run at all in the hot weather. Don't eat heavy meals. Don't drink Ice water excessively. Do not in dulge in heated debates. By all means don't lose your temper. "Wear light clothes. Eat light foods such as fruits, coin, beets, asparagus. Avoid cabbage. ex cept on cool days. Just use a little common sense, if you want to keep cool this summer." first the man to keep on until Eu rope is conquered, and second the idea of better government, just as a better idea was born in France and is now at work there, and here in America. Study Bolshevism with an open mind. Observe, it will amuse you, the attitude of so-called radicals, especialy American socialists "of the better class," toward Bol shevism. Little boys on Thanks giving Day gather barrels and straw for a great bonfire. But when the thing begins to blaze and get hot, they run. They did not quite expect a real fire. So with the upper class or par lor socialists of this and other countries. A real fire is more than they bargained for, and Russia has produced a real fire. Do not judge of it in advance. It may do more good than harm, if only by making the old order think. The world will not change over night and a century is one night in world history. But we have many things that need burn ing up. In Chicago and San Fran cisco a great fire meant a better city. It may prove so in the world of government, and theory. The intelligent American, no matter what his various beliefs, should buy and read carefully William English Walling's book "Sovietism," published by E. P. Dutton and Company. Walling is a radical thinker, as well informed concerning the various theories of government, social reform and world redemption as any native born American. He is thoroughly American, grandson of a native born govern or of Indiana. That will reassure the provincial mind. More comforting to such a mind is the fact that Walling hates, despises and fears Bolshevism. He sees in it nothing good, noth Ing sincere. It is to him a mon strous perversion leading to crime. anarchy and chaos. using as its tools ignorance and hatred. A book written by an intelligent man, hating and fearing Bol shevism as Walling does, is the right book, read intelligently. From the enemy of a man or a system you may learn more than a friend. 'You would learn Interest ing things about Lincoln if you could talk with the man into whose mouth Lincoln rubbed smart weed, because the man swore in the vil lage store before a lady. In cursing Lincoln he would have shown you new and interesting sides of the real Lincoln. In cursing Bolshevism, which has rubbed intellectual smartweed into the mouth of every man with a settled plan for reforming the world, Walling reveals many facts unintentionaly, perhaps, while earnestily striving to be judicially fair as well as intellectually mur derous. Walling has traveled in Russia, is married to a Russian lady, sat beside Lenin and talked with him at length whei Lenin was only "one of the Russian extremists whose brother had been put to death by the Czar." Read what Walling says and thinks and do your own thinking. NEWS OF ROCK VILLE AND REST OF COUNTY ROCKV ILLE, Md., July 25.-Miss Iris Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. Hlolden Evans, of Baltimore, and Edward H. Casheli, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Hazel Cachell, of Rockviile, were married Friday evening by Rev. Charles T. Warner, rector of St. Al bans Episcopal Church. Washington, the ceremony taking place at St. Al hans rectory. The anouncement of the wedding was a surprise. The couple left on a Western honeymoon trip. The bride's father is president of the flaltimore Dry Dock and Ship building Company. The bridegroom was one of the leading *thletes at Johns Hopkins University last year. being captain of the football team and one of the crack lacrosse players, Mrs. Sarah J. Williams, eighty-six, widow 'f James E. Williams, died a few days ago at her home at Bloyds, this county, from the effects of a fail. She leaves several sons and daughters. The funeral, from the family residence, was conducted by Rev. 0. A. (uillingham, pastor of the lloyds Presbyterian Church. Information was received here yes terday of the death at her home in Rtoannke, Vs., Friday night of Mrs. C'arric Thomas, wife of Frank Ri. Thomas, a prgginent merchant of that city. She is survived by two sons and two daughters. Mrs. Thomas was a daughter of the late Dr. E'. E. Stonestreet, of Rockville, and a sister of Mrs. Otis M. Linthis rum and Mrs. (George H. Lamar, of Rtickviile. Murial was at Roanoke. Mrs. Katherine K. Madden, of this rnunfty, has niled suit in the circuit rourt here for an absolute divorce from (Iarfield E. Madden, of Washing ton, c'harging she was deserted Jutly 10, 19117. She asks the custody of the I hree children- -Vincent, nine; Elbert K., eight, and E'mmett, sevsn. The ,otp. w.... maried Stetmber 'J5 WHAT HYATVILUE FEMPLE ARE DOIN HVATTNVILLE. Md. July 26.- John Grant Williams. colored, held in eon 0etio with the killing of a colored woman at College Park several weeks ago. was yesterday committed to the Prinme Georges county jail. at Upper Marlboro, without bell, to await the action of the grand jury. Oriole Lodge No. 47, I. 0. 0. F.. of Hyattsville. has Installed the follow iag officers: Noble grand. Robert Bosher; vice grand. Reginald D. Yauch; financial secretary. Fogg; recording secretary. Ardley C. Hart; treasurer. George R. Maxwell; chap lain. J. V. Hutchins; and warden. James Garrity. Noble Grand Bosher. who succeed# Bglce Bowie. has made these appoint ments: Outside guardian, Joseph A. Brown; inside guardian. George Gray; right support to noble grand, Mr. Keeler; left support to noble grand. P. K. Parlett. Jr.; right support to vice grand, T. E. Adams; left support to vice grand. L. Campbell; conductor. William Harrison; right scene sup porter, Cox; left scene supporte-r, Matthews. Committees appointed are: Refresh ment. Friday. Cawkins. Walter Prep ton, Charles Johnson, Joseph A. Brown; entertainment. Rose. Foag. W. H. Anglin, Henry Hiler, Leslie Reeley: decoration, 1. C. Hawkins. William Harrison, J. A. Johnson; auditing. Bowie, Hutchins. Levin; in vestigation. Levin, James. Maxwell; press, William H. Anglin. George 14. Perry. of Prince Georgen county. has entered suit in the ir cult court at Upper Marlboro for ab solute divorce from Edith M. Perrie. charging desertion. The bill states they were narried in Baltimore, in February. 186, and lived together until Derember, 109. when the hus bend alleges he wa deserted. All Is Ready! For the initial bow at the Garrick tonight of the in ternationally famous pho toplay atar IRVING CUMMINGS Tn Georvre M. Cohnn'f tri umpharrt Manhattan "A PRINCE THERE WAS" Tonight-8:30 Matinees mrs.-Sat., 130 -GARRICK PLAER tsbirt-rriekFat7" BASEBALL TODAY ANMRICAN LEAGzUE PARK ashington V. Philadelphia IPOLI KEEF "As Refreshin ISEE I"THE GREAT A Love Story o S ALASKA, the Home of ti A PICTURE OF TE EXTRA ADD] EAL ST In the Smashing "TH SComedy Hit, ALL CHI -__PA L -TODAY AND1 BILLIE 1n the Captivting Tale Became a1 "AWAY GOES MACK qMrNPETT Ca CARTOO-h EW --TODAV- -TOMORRI ROBERT In a BrillIant Soeiety Star and ti "THE 14 ALL1'11 F 11to 10436 A. U. to II PM ALL Ti 1WMM MABEL NORMAND to V.3OEus ADU' Trmo "SLIM. P2ICESS" GNIEN rOLLARI' to . CALL A T6ll" KNOKERS00KER TODAY .egmiasf at 3"80 P. a. MABEL 1E1MANI S. GKORUN 6D-S T NE "SLIM PRINCESS" mNun POLLARD in "CA.L A TAX$" GLEN ECHO0 114 TH E ONLY REAL FREE ADMISSION AMUSEMENT PARK XEAR WASHINTON AilD PRFAENTo FORTY AMUSMENTS TO WHICH ARE ADDED TODAY FREE BAND CONCRTS HV CEI.FO AND HIS HAND FROM 4 TO II P. M. MOORes RIALTO TMEATRE IILA. 11P.M. Rolet V.CKmbers Fihi nChwice Sm&mount Art Craft 03CHESTiAL FEATURES SMORT suIEcts IMARSHALL HALL "On the I1atorio Potomae." FREE DANCING Zacollont ining Rtoom girwlcs D Eteamer and at Mataball HaIL Maryland Chicken Dianer, St.0 Famous Marshall Hall Clem Chewder. Stemmer Charles Macalester LeAv" "th St. Wharf at 10: a. nm.. :3 and f:46- Round trip. Lbe. ic, war ma. ,S TODAY Daily Thorealter From 2 to11 P.M. KOOL i as a Sleighride" DORIS KENYON IN WHITE TRAL" Fthe Frozen North me ROBERT SERVICE Poems E HIGHEST QUALITY ~D ATI'RACTION JOHN EAERO NUT" ..DREN 17c All WEERK BURKE oft a Moelety Delle Who ugla rett. PRUDENCE" JjEDY.-.OVEPRTU'RE M BIA W1-TI EnC--W ED. WARWICK eto love, fiobery, Argion yatery. 'H MAN" ""-msoammmm- U PoeM vl~y Lam Week. 5646HIWI-Tod. .3 Pwoor Ties,. Daly- -1A.2 "a MAT. 140 and aae. VL ad Ve. we w. ad T&@ "No One But God and I Knows What Is In My Heart" R.ber$ .tce.w sympbomy of Two Nw. A STOAY OF LOVE AND SACRIFICE. OF CLOITpRU=D WALLS AND VAST P3asaT WARTMS DISPLAYED IN TEN MATONLESS PARTS. THE MOST COMPLETE EDITION EYER MIRRORED ON A SCREEN A Roenance Every Woman Lose&-Every Man Applands Delighted Thow-ands Saw This Masterpiece ;et Week As Many More Aatietpatigg Its Pleasure This. That Ia Why We Are Not PrOesting THE BLUE WILD As Intended. Free, 25. ! hc . it pr.se.te. . at offlee, will be accepted for 25 cents on the purchase of a 75-cent seat any ADVERTISING night during the week. COUPON ==-=-== - - ext Fist Gus of the New Antemn aind Winter Semas " F. K t Coaek and Monis tGeat Present a New Three-Act Play Week THE CHECKERBOARD yFrederic and Fenny Hatton. Authors of ,"rlortan 6e s Down." "The -.e.t .-over.e" "L A remarkable cast In an unuasal comedy. headed by Th r.that a so~timoia uality. Thurs. """9 "R6U' ' " RI.F ITHS .OAILY 2:1 SUNDAY ' , Holdays PRICES R., iBXulINNING TOMORROW MATINEE AND ENDING NEXT NtNDAY NIGHT. T. (ust Amerie. Barito* HASSARD SHORT'S Henry Santrey 'Trills & Frills' AND SINGING PRODUCTION WITH His Society Ja&= Band Harriet and Marie McConnell The New W ek Race of the "400" Mnd and a MletzOlit a Cast ,he 'eiare lorenn e New in a ('aP1%tklng Ynrk Music-lovaig Mid I Enernmhe NEWEST TRIUMPH RT E MAN HINT" Faetursing taOLDE. II.LIAN and 11ARRIMON GARRET ANGER & P A CKEE EO. YEOMAN & El. E. FOl Two lflth Avenue Types *LIUIE The Famoa Anxtrallan Ste Offer Their Muaical Comedy to a Little Troventy centric Coumdia-Iaeempar ski -.HF~. A RAMN-1.Edlimr of the As- able and Inimitable to isa Miti 'THERPZ A RIEARON" nimantated Preas" Sphere of F"n. rHE ROrAL GASCOlGNES. NATHAN BROS. .TOPICS OF THE DAY." KINOGRAM14. PROMENADE LOUNGE. ETC. TODAY 3 & -il -fTE-AICK _ 0DI, CLARK BRGMAN, ETC HArs MONDAY AUDALL.WUEE. Hazel Green and Boys The syneopated seatew and the luamiaset aa meat Jan. Name an the Stase An Act that has been a Real Hit Everywhere- People THE BROADWAY FOUR I FARSON & FENTON A Comedy Sangagg Quartet Its DrIght at" of sons & chatter THE 3 DOLCE SISTERS | ALF GRANT In a Spectacular Knateal Melange I That Mateetalalns Chapple. ARMSTRONG & DOWNING HUGHES & DEBROW In Cyclong peru Real Comedians In veak Speetal 5-Reet pox Comedy. Rattne Featuve Film. "DANGEROUS EYES" IPASSION'S PLAYGROUND' Shown at All Perfoaae shews Only at 1:15 and 4id3 PATHE NEWS MUTT & JEFF pi 9P ' t S VE IS/4 4 8 MONDAY AND ALL WEEK One of the Moat Elaborate and Beautifel Aetn ia Vaudetfle "THE FIVE PETROVAS" IN WONDERFUL FEATS OF HAND.TO-HAND BALANCING AND SPECTACULAR ARTISTIC POSES THE TWO YAQUIS TILYOU & ROGERS' Mexican IndIana in Native Songs The "Show Me" Days Ia Origtnal and Dances Kite of Eccentric Cotnedy. AHILARIIOUN ONE-ACT COMEDY "THE WRONG GUY" PRNSENTED BlY ETHEL MAY HALL AND COMPANY TiiMElY Leo Hote, William Harris 'IS "ON("" A^t" and Marjie Winters Ft~ A Tenme. Thetting, Inspiring P'hotedrama All. PERFORMA4NtEO Pat he PresNents "DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR" Featuring Frank Keenan Added Attencetion Isae Matinee Perfemnce unIv Multiple Reel Comedy-.'ce-ic--News Weekly. TOi)AI--tMtODiY OF YOU THl." GEO. A It AY PIILtR. ETC.