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" TRE \Ty BEFORE SENATE
pnrt Submitted by Lodge With 4 Reservations, 43 Amendments The treaty of peace with Germany was reported to the Senate yesterday toy Senatoi Lodge, chairman of the jForeign Relations Committee, with jfour reservations and forty-five ?amendments which the* committee .Tis'ks the Senate to adopt. The reservations ccver the right of America to withdraw at will from the league of nations, the right of Congress to exercise free action un der Article X.. the refusal to permit domestic questions to be settled by the league, and the declaration that the Monroe doctrine is purely an American question and not subject to any interpretation of determina tion by foreign powers. The amendments include the pro posal to give the United States equal representation with the British Em pire in the league, the return of Shantung to China instead of to Ja pan, and the series of amendments 'by Senator Fall to take the United States out of participation in the various commissions established by the treaty. ' REIGN OF TERROR IN UFA Many Priests Executed by Bolsheviki Some in Churches A reign of terror has been start?:! j in the city and government of Ufa. according to the Intelligence Oflice of the General Staff of the Siberian Army. Many priests have been execut ed,, some of them in their churches during service. Bolshevik! are also persecuting the Mu-tulman priests. Carries off gjj<l Bag Thrown Over Head Within .10 I'eet of Policeman?Identity Unknown Trc-r.ton, X. J., Sept. 11.?A young ' gin! was carried away in daylight r Tuesday at North Broad and Alien streets by a man who drove to rhe curb in an automobile, jumped om, I throw a bag over the girl's head, 'dragged her into the car an:! s.ped ; away. j The incident occurred within 50 feet cf Patrolman Charles Farivy. who commandeered another machine an.! gave chase. The abductor's ante.mo bile wa5 a fast touring ear. howevr, and was soon out of sight. The police telephoned to Princeton. I.awrence , v'lle ar.l other surrounding tewns, ibut the fugitive was not intercepted. I U-p to a late hour the police had ' re'eaived no report of any missing girl and have no clue to the identity cf h:r victim. The automobile bore no lic-ense tag. STEEL STRIKE IS CALLED Nationwide Fight Against Corpora ticn Voted by 21 I'nion Heads Here Washington. .Sept. 11.?A strike against the-United States Steel Cor poration, effective September 22, was called late yesterday by presi dents of twenty-four unions involve*! in the steel industry. This decision was made by unani mous vote late yesterday, when it be came clear, the union statement <aid, that the last hope of success in ?securing a conference with Judge 1 Gary had been removed hy the fail- j ure of the President's efforts to in (luce the Steel Corporation to meet the representatives of the unions, i Leaders said President Wilson's i reply to an urgent as well as final i telegram sent him last night was ! unsatisfactory and that no alterna j tive was left them but to comply 1 with the demands of the workers i and to call the strike. There is every-indication that the steel strike will be the largest and most far-reaching since that of the United Mine Workers during the Roosevelt administration, unless it i? called off. Leader" claim upwards of 2(50.000 j workers will go out. They eontra J diet Judge Gary's quoted statement that only 10 per cent of the steel ? workers belong to unions connected . with the American Federation of La bor. PERSHING LEADS PARADE Rides at Head of Famous First Over Five Miles of Flower-Strewn Streets New York, Sept. 11.?Over a five mile flower strewn pathway, General Pershing led his famous Fir.-t Divis ion down Fifth avenue yesterday to the wiid plaudits cf 2,000.000 proud countrymen. It was the last great nviiw of the world war for New York and it Was ii fitting climax to a lor..; series of military spectacles. The commander of America's ar mies shared honors with battle scarred vetearns who won undying fame on the fields of" France. For all of thim it was one of life's most memorable days. As he rode down - = MABEL iNORMMD ... irv MW QNE or B Mic v levy's great est pals was Mia nip 11a Ha. S. a Low their !iv. ?: liarc In'tu wov> n together iti this" f|KK h - makiui; photoplay to bo shown at (Insert name of theatre ami date here) 2*S3S3Sa5S?Ki^ ? TODAY -Last Da De Luxe Edition of M i eke y ?' The Picture You Will Never Forget See the mbst amazing* and realistic horse race ever screened. Funnier than Chaplin, as spectacular as Intolerance, more sensational than Birth of a Na tion, greater love story than Hearts of the World. Ingomar Theater K^-MICKEF Jggtk > OH. Xo W o-o: I didn't take any"?hcir jbss o i a gold mine? c a u g h t stealing! Don't miss "Mickey"? the humor, pathos, love and adven ture in a master piece, at Today Last Day 1 NIGHTS 7.30?10.30 p. m. Prices?15c and 25c Matinee 2.30?6.30 p.m. Prices?10c and 20c M APjEL OSMAKD irv els ~hey v, on :r. the victoy reviews of Paris and London.Xearly ail < he men wore wound chevrons. Why People Buy Rat-Snap in Prefer ence to Rat Poison. .'1) RAT-SNAP absolutely kill? rats and mice. (2) What it dDssn"'. k:11 it scares away. (3) Rats kilie-l with HAT-SN'AP leave no smell, they dry up inside. (4) Made :n cakes, no mixing with other food. (f>) Cat.- or do^s won't touch it. Three sizes, 25c .*>0c, HI.00. old and irua/anteed by It. li.'. Knight anil Son. Alexandria; Man ikin's Store, Falls Church. fl[ STJSAGE HYrTCIff ~~ Your Storage'Battery IS THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR ' You are sure of the best the market af fords if your car is equipped with a Gould Battery For Everything Electrical o ? JiL ? 502 KING STREET T"& JB.i I 1 ~> acres land about 2 miles from city on con crete road. Improved with (> room dwelling, chicken house and other outbuildings. Ap ple and pear trees, fine well at door. Cheap for quick sale. 624 KINO STREET ROOM f Y 1 OUR CLOTHES Your suit seemingly "done for" may easily be restored to service by having it cleaned, pressed or repaired. We care for your clothes in such a way as to prolong their life. We bring out the colors, raise the nap, sot the fabric, and give the garment an appear ance of newness. CALL US WE'LL CALL Alexandria Pressing" Co. 712 KINO STREET 4> BUSY CORNER" PENNA.AVE.A7 8 TR.ST. The New Autumn Petticoats Models that are exactly suited to the new suits? in texture, line and coloring; and they are so neces sary to the good fit and finish of the suit. Heathe.rblooni Petticoats made with deep ruffle finished with two small flounces; has Klosfit top. Splendid values at . .\ $2.00 Burton Sateen Petticoats, made with flounce finished with fine tucks and pleated ruffle; has Klosfit top at - $2.00 Heathei'bloom Petticoats in black, Belgian blue, Russian blue, navy and plum with Klosfit top $2.25 Panne Cloth Petticoats, new novelty patterns, in gray with blue, wistaria with green and blue with pink, at $3.00 Panne Cloth Petticoats in plain black, Russian, Copenhagen, plum, navy and wisteria, with tailor ed ruffle and finished with two small ruffles, $3.00 Kann's?Second Floor. Xo Our Patrons Alexandria, Va., June 2, 1919. In line with our progressive banking methods, and to meet the de mands of our patrons, we are installing on July 1st, an up-to-date Safe Deposit Department, under the personal supervision of one of our officers. This has been made necessary from the fact that a large number of our depositors o.vning Liberty Bonds and other securities desire a safe place for their keeping. If is our plan to enlarge the number of Sate Deposit J3oxes, and make a rental charge to meet the operating expenses of this Depart ment. This charge will become effective July 1st, 1919, and a bill will be sent out at that time to the holders of boxes, and if any desire to make any change we will be glad to have them call before the bills are rendered for the ensuing year. By order of the Board of Directors The Citizens National Bank (fr We Aim To Give The Best of Bank Service Our success is shown by the ever increasing vol ume of business in our Deposit Account. Deposits, Dec. 31, 1917 ........' $378,447.46 Deposits, June 30, 1919 799,231.88 3 per cent Interest Paid on Saving Deposits If you are not a patron of this bank, we invite you to become one. ? . ? v , ?. .> j * > Alexandria National Bank Alexandria, Virginia. * Pictures Changed The Grand Theater TODAY Comedy Xight Billy West in Out of Tune Hip;-Latest And. Best Mack Sennelt Presents "The Moonshiners" A Record Breaker Also Sunshine Comedy "Virtuous Husbands" One that you will remember. Come Early Matinee Every Saturday v TOMORROW Big Western Bill Pete Morrison in The Four Gun Bandit" Also Violet Merereau in "The Nature Girl" A screen romance of a girl who never looked upon the face of a young white American until he saved her from a terrible fate. A Alexandria Amusement Company's Attractions Ingomar [| PRICES ? 10c and 20c nil* Pictures Changed Daily Alice Joyce in "The Spark Divine Owing to the delay in shipment of "The Faith of the Strong" the above picture will be shown Instead. Tomorrow?Bert Lytell in "Easy to- Make Money" 2 days II PRICES 110c and 15c - ======= =^ Extra Attraction 1 2 days Mabel Normand In the greatest of all photoplays MICKEY "Mickey" Will Appear In Person At All Shows Continuous Performance 2.30 to 11 p. m. Fridav?Vivian Martin in "Tou Never Saw Such A. Girl"