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HOUSE TO VOTE
Ui S. DRY TODAY
Two Important Changes Made in Bill
1 Siricfe Leaving Committee
The Vclstead prohibition/ enforce
ment bill, with only two important
changes in the form in whiich it
was replorte!d out by the Judiciary
Cotavmittee, was brought to the point
to final passage in the Houise last
Qight, when a technicality forced over
the final ballot until today.
Immediately after convening a roll
call vote will' be taken on a motion
to recommit by Representative Igoe
:?rid then a record ballot on actual
passage wjjfl complete the House's
consideration of the measure.
The motion to recommit is certain
to be defeated arid final passage of
the bill is assured. The Igoe proposal
would strike out everything after the
enacting clause and insert in lieu
thereof three piaragraiphs drafted By
the "liberaJis."
The principal feature of(th<? sub-'
stitutc is thiat" it iV written' to cor
respond with the wording of the Con
stitution prohibition amendment and
does met define the term intoxicating
liquor. It contains no reference to
war-time prohibition.
Of tho two material changes made
in the bill, one was offered by the1
"drys" and the other came from the
'Hiberallis." Representative BarkTey
tightened the enforcement legislation
by putting through an amendment to
the search" and Seizure section. Un
der this ' amejnd/ment the _ right }of
search is extended- to private homes
wherein liquor is being sold. As; the
brBr was originaffly' dtfawn. search of
th?s character was prohibited. ?
The su'ccesstftfl "liberal" amend
ment was offered by Representative
Gard. It strikes out of the bill Sec
iion 21. which would have empowere?
judges to require of persons, convict
ed of violating the prohibition law
a bond that; they wouftd nfct repeat the
violation within one; year. In cases
where the. defendant could not give
bond, a jail sentence of sax months
would have been provided.
AUSTRIA GIVEN TERMS
New Clauses Ask Reparation Similar
to German Exactions.
Paris, Jufly 22.?The fuftl peace con
ditions of the Allied and associated
Powers are now in the hands of the
Austrijins. The first setotiorus of thp
terms were presented to the Austrian
delegates at St. Germiain on June 2;
the final section's were delivered to
them at the same place today with
out ceremony by M. Dutasta, socre
taiy general of the Peace Conference
The tenmis comprise the whole
troafcy .whi'ch Austria is asked to sign
inLiinir.k" the reparation, financial,
military and certain other minor
clauses which -were not ready for pre
sentation when the official ceremony
took place.
? In an accompanying memorandum
10 days granted to tho Austrians
in which to make their final observa
tions, although they have already
submitted a large* miinhej of noirs
on the terms previously submitted
to them.
In addition bo the published sum
mary of the ^erms of June 2. the new
uirses provide fcr reparation ar
'.rgciments very similar to those in
treaty witih Germany, including
establishment of an Austrian sub
\tion of the reparations comtmnssion,
.payment of a reasonable sum in
, the issuing of bondls and the
n*y of live-stock and certain his
al and art documents,
x'he financial terms provide that
tne Austrian pre-war debt shall be ap
portioned among the various former
You Can
Beautify your
Complexion
?and rid the skin of un
sightly blemishes, Quicker
and surer, by putting your
blood, stomach and liver in
good order, than in any
other way. Clear complex
ion, bright eyes, rosy
cheeks and red lips follow
the use of Beecham's Pills.
They eliminate poisonous
matter from the system,
purify the hloqd and tone
the organs of digestion?L'se
^ajrzeit Sale of Asy Medicine in the WoiVi,
(Soid everywhere. In boxes 10c.. ~5c
paiis ?f Audtrrra. add thai the Aus
trian coinage and war bonds circu
lating in the,, separated territory shall!
be taken up-f ^y-^he n4w Governments
and redeemed as they see fit.
Paragraph 5, reflating to the mili
tary, says the Austrian Array shal"
not exceed 30,000 men, including of
ficers and depot troops.
FLOOD BRITISH MINES
Pump Meta Leave Posts With Other
Strikers i\ Y^rkshir'e
London, July 22.?Three mines in
the Yorkshire district are flooded
and twelve others are likely to be
filled with water in a day or two..
Premier Lloyd George announced
yesterday in the house of commons,
as a result of the pump men's strike
Some of the mines, he said, would be.
ruined. The government is sending,
men from the? fleet to aid in pump
ing out the mines.
(Mr. IJloyd George said the last 24
hours had witnessed grave and un
precedented developments in the
miner's strike. He said the York
shire miners had called out the
pumjp mei! and engineers and that
many mines in that district were
suffering loss from the rising wa- i
ter and were threatened with dc- i
struction. j
At 58 mines, he said, the neces- !
sary men were at work, but that in J
85 mines pum/pir^r had been stopped ;
entirely. Mine officials, he added,
continued the pumiplng at 35 mines
after the men left.
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FIND SALOONKEEPER DEAD j
Philadelphian Worried by War-Time
Prohibition
Philadelphia, July 22.?Thomas |
Scully, a saloonkeeper, of 4970 Lan- .
caster avenue, was found dead on a
grave in Holy Cross Cemetery, at
Yeadon. He was 53 years old and
had been absent from home for J
nearly a week. Scully had been do- '?
spondent for several weeks past.
Business troubles are said by the ~
police to h'ave been the direct cause
of Scully's death. When wartime
prohibition became effective he j
woi-netl considerably.
Try the Gazette Classified ?olumn
Tor results.
~ watch"
the BIG 4
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Keep the vital organs healthy b7
regularly taking the wor'd'9
standardremedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles?
The National Remedy of Holland for j
centuries and endorsed by Queen
Wilhelmina. All druggists, three sizes. ,
Look for (he name Gold Medal on every ,
box and accent DO imitatioa
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BAKING POWDER
Not only makes your cakes
and hot breads lighter, of finer
texture and delicious flavor,
- but at a reasonable cost
If You Want to Buy a
: Used Car
I CAN GET IT FOR YOU
Any Make Any Price
ALL MAKES OF CARS REPAIRED
FORDS A SPECIALTY
Towing of Cars One Mile Out of City Limits
Free of Charge
Automobile
Repair Shop
F. JOHNSSN, Prop.
Rear 701 North Washington Street
Alexandria, Va. Phone 908-J.
tSjrlyx/, '/' '/
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SzT/Za-'/ ' ///I
Beautiful At n,? time,hr
we shown a better
jewelry
assortment of pret
ty jewelry than we
are showing right now. The
dainty and novel effects of the
new craftsmanship in jewelry
designing has reached a higher
standard. As usual the best and
newest will be found in our stock.
H. W. WILDT & SON
106 North Royal Street
W ? ??383
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FROM THE '
U. S. Department of Labor
If you are not advertising, then advertise because
it saves money for you and it reduces the price to
the consumer.
Advertising prevents profiteering. It insures
honest profits and makes them permanent.
The message of the U. S. Department of Labor to
merchants and manufacturers and to all progres
sive American business men is to advertise.
Tell the public about your goods. The consumer
has plenty of money. He is willing to spend it and
we want him to spend it on American-made pro
ducts. The easiest, quickest, and most economical
way in which this can be accomplished is by adver
tising. , : ?
Start your campaign right now.
U. S. Department of Labor
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^ ROGER W. BABSON.
Director General, Information and Education Service.
W. B. WILSON, ? Secretary
.? Look these over and make appointment to inspect
the property.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
922-26 Duke St., each $2,000.00
127-129 S. Fairfax, each 2,000.00
603 N. Columbus 4,000.00
218-20 N. Pitt 1.700.00
214-16 N. Pitt 3,650.00
1014 Prince 4,500.00
1017 Queen street 2,000.00
232 N. Alfred 2,500.00
427 S. Washington .... 3,500.00
210 S. Pitt 3,500.00
1211 Prince St 3,750.00
230 N. Alfred 1,800.00
228 N. Alfred 1,S00.00
224 N. Alfred 2,000.00
1923 Duke. 2,000.00
1300 Princess 5,000.00
322 N. St. Asaph 2,250.00
525-27 S. Alfred 1.600.00
123-25 Duke 4,500.00
114 N. Patrick 3,500.00
326 N. St. Asaph 2,250.00
320 N. St. Asaph 2.250.00
328 N. St. Asaph 2,250.00
108 Commerce 2,000.00
506-0S-10-12 Oronoco.. 4,600.00
For all
Washington & Pendleton 7,250.00
Corner
311 Queen 2,200,00
125 N. Washington 5,000.00
512 Duke 8,500,00
117 South Lee 3,900.00
1018 Queen street .... 3,10*00
408 Wilkes 2,000.00
323 N. St. Asaph 1,200.00
721 Queen 5,250,00
212 King 3,000.00
623-29 S. Patrick each .. 800.00
514 Queen 1,000.00
427 S. Fairfax 4,750.00
314 S. Fairfax 5,000.00
425-31 S. Coiiumbus 2,000.00
304 S. Lee - '.. 4,000.00
319 N. St. Asaph 1,200.00
202 S. Pitt 3,500.00
1005 Duke 3,250.00
1003 Duke 3,500.00
Payne, Wythe, Fayette, Pen
dleton, lot 1,500.00
513-15 Queen, for both 2,500.00
505 Queen 3,750.00
200 S. Pitt 4,000.00
501 Queen 4.000.00
613 S. Washington 4,500.00
505 Wolfe 3,500.00
503 Queen 3,750.00
205 S. Royal 5,250.00
209 S. Royal 5,250.00
204 S. Pitt 2,000.00
1113 'Prince St 3,500.00
333 S. Patrick 1,000.00
130 N. Fayette 3,000.00
810 Prince 6,500.00
714 Wythe 4,750.00
319 S. Pitt 4,500.00
521 Duke '... 5,000.00
1303 Prince 2,000.00
624 N. Washington 5,500.00
115 S. St. Asaph 5,000.00
113 S. St. Asaph 3,000.00
118 N. St. Asaph .... 3,000.00
120 N. St. Asaph .... 4,000.00
1014 Prince St 4,500.00
323-25-27 S. Patrick each 1,600.00
702-04-06-08-10-12-18 N. Colum
bus, each 1,850.00
216 Wkrtfe St 2,800.00
117 S. Henry 5,550.00
Graham & Ogden
Alexandria, Va.
530 KING STREET
Phone 579
Electric Fixtures
When you wire your home, remodel it or just
decorate the interior you want your lighting fixtures
to be of the best. We carry a large line of high-grade
fixtures. See us before you order.
1 For Everything Electrical See
J. Kent White
502 King Street. Phone No. 2.
<r"The Store of Greater Service"
v The New 50c
Neckwear
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A large table full of pretty
Collar and Cuff Sets, Fichu Col
lars, etc., made of or.car.dy lace
and net. All fresh and clean.
* Vcstees
Vesftees, made of lace net and
organdy. At $1.00, $1.50, $1.75
$2.00, .$3.00, $4.00, $5.00 and
$5.75.
Wool Scarfs
Wool Scarfs, with or without
bolts. At $5.75 and $9.50 each.
Flouncing
Tucked Flouncing, made of
voile organdy or net; 10 inches
wide. At $1-50, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50
and $3.00 yard.
First Floor?^Larrsburgh & Bro.
ART SPECIALS
i lots
A most necessary article in
a home is an Attractive Waste
Basket. We are showing a good
assortment, worth $1.50, for to
morrow at $1.00.
Shoe Bags are also useful,
either at home or at the resort.
These are made of cretonne,
with 2 to 6 pockets, neatly
bound with tape. At 50c to $2.50
Newell Printing Company
Producers of High Grade Catalog
and Color Printing
Members
Largest and best equipped print
ing Plant in Alexandria
112 SOUTH FAIRFAX ST.
Telephone 162
Men's, Women's and
Children's Clothes
Cleaned, Pressed, Repaired
Alterations a Specialty
HOME TAILORING CO.
903 KING PHONE 190.
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Standard Full Measures
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Full Line of Accessories
Central Automobile Co., Inc.
115 No. Washington St.
Phone 777
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