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RAILROAD BIEL Cummins Measure is Adopted By Vote of 46 to 30 FOR CONFERENCE Cum GOES TO HOUSE WX-HINGTi N. D -, 22 -The ns bill paving Ihe way for return of »; railroads to private operation, cd the «••nais late Saliirdaj by ti of AC lo .'ki, ending a prolonged j»sion of the measure ao<| making a»!.. , . ingress posslbm. it - .wen j through without change In the .,14-slrike ,.nd other Important pro . .shm, around which the Senate mens j Hie \va* drawn find w.m aont In con- . _ i\itb°!he l | , s' < -h , l'' , | -priss a| o', the Hoes, November 17 Find enactment of ill.' permanent railroad r orgmlzn «ton legislation 1- ho,e-d for b> leaders , " , h 1 hOlid.iy recess >>r fererir* 1 ■u of the rail-, still K in rid House bills I -III be in conference and Gong-ess in , on January I. Hie dale previous- I I fit.-- j (her word reganllrg his present tuten- 1 lion reached Congress before adjourn ment over Hie .hnlid.ys, I nle«s vetoed by Hi. Hrcsidenl. Hie pending legislation, according to plans The Railroad Administration, however. ! lias pi.III- *• 4v '■ 11-11 1 t. uary I, und- a |*r. - .lent I pi -iel.. ■; Z The nltlmate disp.. road problem, however. I doubl, as Hie •nnl*' . ly s. t by Prosldent Wilson for re turn •>f the lln-s to their owners No matian -hoiiid Mr. \\ H»..n adhere ti his announced program. Preceding the itnal vote, Hie Senate ; rejected. © to tl. n substitute* bill i offered by Senator l.aFollctlc, Requh- ■ releulloii 1 liran, W iseoiislii. of Ih«- roads another two years. Three I Republicans, Gronnu. North Dakota; 1 l.u Follette, and Norris, Nebraska; and, - iglil Democrat», Asliursl. Arizona; CUsinberlaln. nr--gon; Henderson, Vada; Johnson, South Dakota; K-n «trick, Wyoming; Nugent. Id ho; Shep- ! pard, Texas, and Walsh, Montana, I voted for Hie plan. The Cummins bill was supported by i 33 Republicans and 13 Democrats, and ■d by eight Republican» and 22 i The roll call follows; i EUR proposing Ne- j Democruls. Republicans. Hall. Brandegi-e, r.oit, Cummin». Kurils, Dillingham. Edge. | Hlkins, Fernnld. FreyHngliuysi-ii. Ha'.-. ' Washington), KeRngg. Lodge. McCor- I Mos -s. Nelson. New. i Sherman, Smoot, Townsend. Wads Harding. Jone» Kenyon, Keyes, Knox, ndek. McLean. Phipps. Poindeyl.-r, Spcm-er. Sterling, worlli, AAari-eii nd AA.mmui D emocrats Bankheld. Gay. iillrh cook, Mver*. Pomeren.-, Raiisdell. Rob inson. Fmllli Maryland), Stanley .. Thom is. 1 nil : woia|, \\al»h Montana and Williams—13. Total, if.. AGAINST. Republican» Borah, Capper, Franco, Oronn.i, l,a Kollolte, l.enroot,' McNarv and Norris—«. Democrats — A»liur»f, i.ii'berson. Dial, Fletcher, Gerry, Harrison. IP-nderson. Dakota Cliamberlain. Gore. Johnson (South Jones New Mexico), !£' «trick. Kirby. McKcilar, N'ng'-nl, hcpp.uvl. S'mmons. Sm'Hi Gcor ? gis), smith South nm!! and Walsh K«:i I Ivor ' Karolina , 'From Massiurlnisi-Hs 22. Total. 30. When the House was Informed that Hie S'lislc had passed hill, Rcpres. illative Ksch. chairman the lntcrsl.pt Hu* Kümmln» ..f Commerce KommUtce. I I ALT R REST nun RU AT nm i. ah prices. Bcy'nn'nc Today Earl \\ illianis In a brand new Vitagraph feature W hen a Man Loves A splend.d production of love and adventure Special Xmas morning mat inee for children, show and a g ft for child. 10c admits all. A bg every * l «• ,*s. JÊ9 4 I VICTORIA jgSaSSP; - &:v I os 1 KfW Hi ■ WILLIAM PCCI pjotaa.»!» '■■ii ^WILLIAM J PAENUM ' r f. v-1 ii JH 1 \ jd' ; IA In Zemr TracyS TmaenlcusSivtl a 1 / WINGS OF THE MORNING J I* NATIONAL THEATRE Monday-J,J.Corbettin'MidmghtMan' Hso Ben \V i l son with l our other reels. 1 uexlay, Mghlinj* Monroe Sulishury. Also Willium Duncan. i oil'll know. Wednesday, Elmo the Mighty. The ending. Everybody see it ! u.v conferee» who "ill head -aid that Hi bills were . Hu •l.'.ii's of Ihr tw • diff rent that It I in that the eon inter to ask the Ttils mad * un f the House to hind labor -, ■ " d e,i! seemed absolutely e ferees would have House for instrugt Ion " ;» to Hie plan of voluntary mediation of labor disputes proposed .by the House bill. Representative Garner, Texas. Demo eraile whip, said le- favored t ■» n the House on Hie '-n d labor action .lUll-strlke pro necessary a v ole It confe the which includes vision. Both Senate and House bills propose private ownership and operation of the railroad* under strict Government su pervislon but differ radle a II v in other reaped'- than their labor provisions. -cnate bill would transfer Hie ro. ds at midnight of the last diy «f ip,. m) )n!h in which the legislation Is The enacted y the House bill returns Hi ni similarly if enactment should come be fore Ihe I.Vh of the mouth, olherwlse ,,j |j, 0 f Omf ,. rt . no( . lo harmonize Ihe wo bills wm p e g| U today, but while a long jsll| ... lim . inif r|(ii| ai| affr ,.,. III( . ltt . .. afD r Gon ;. ec0 nvcne» January r, i» Ho- con for#*»*.-* aim Tile Senate vol< Was IIIe nimm .foil " f ,h '* Helmle begun H cernher 2, which 11 - ''.'Id II.- Senat- in » .ion nie-hlly for D«-* La l- «licite wound up Hie debale in a four hour address |n behalf of Ids substilul, -ml of 30 day». Tip- Senate vole was lin- culmination I Senate strike strlk s of employes, and all eliminate or modify it were It now must run IV promise with He House pi u . unlary ni.dlulioti vviHiou .-trlk.-s. Also to b*- harmonized ire ih. senate and House plans for 1 l.or bodies >'• "IHi illspuh-s over w.iges ami ale were appointed: Oimrn n*. Hoiii-|p X 1 Iv - .11 l'on. ne n.| Robin* D , - ,.1 Atliek o:i Ih«- Cummins bill in Hie centered larg- !y on the anil clause, penalizing lockouts or (Torts lo 1 feal-d. lllHIel of a.i'i m V ol- 1 i.roh'hilii f.ill..wing were mill'd House | ronferee»: Represent >tl\e» Hseh. \\ is- i cousin; Hamilton, Michigan; Winslow, j Ma«»adiusetls, Republican»; ur.l Sims, i Tennessee, and Barkley, Kentucky, Ih-muerals. Divisi herniims. at the firers. IHItl.HM ANs EMI T. No. -I. Ancient Order annus if in Inst • Thursday night, elected the followin'; of ! Svlvester m'•sting Ilenly, president ; j Augustus Welsh, vice president ; Jerome MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY •a i ■ at 1 dM I 7 ■*' .2» §m t k 4 . * V ï -! Y ■'! S' ï a K,i f,">) Cl, , ff n w'/ti ê' » J » » - "" y - f ff M * * iH 8 ii r «T> jg [MT SAVOY CAR OWNERS, GET YOUR 1920 TAGS I I Only about 1.000 applications have (been received for automobile licenses for 1910. although there are about Id.OOO automobiles owned In this State.! The oOlce of the Secretary of State, Kvocett G. .loflnson, lias Issued about' 100 licenses, and the magistrates ! througlioul the State have Issued about tus». The law allows automobile own-) e rÂ but live day»' grace for obtaining their licenses. j **\\ f\G8 OF THE MORNING." The Victoria Theatre will show fori the llrst time commencing today Wll I Ham Farnurn in his newest William Fox pholo-dramo, "Wings of the Morning,'' based on the novel of the same name by a story tilled with thrill ( Louis Tracy ." | , rourt-iuarllalud and dismiss..I from the army. Becoming a sailor, he Is cast, up-m ,m uncharted Island after Ihf ,t».:.| has been wrecked, but he Hus sin end. d iu rescuing the dauglHor ol the stop's owner. Tlu ir stay on Ui \ is and log incidents of the sea. \s Captain Anslrutbcr of the British ! .iiiny. and later os a sailor on board an ■ ocean liner. Mr. Farnurn is reported to! give one of the most graphic and dra malic portrayals of his brilliant career. The story is of an Knglish army of ii.-"i- stationed at Singapore, wrongly accused i»y his colon I's wife is r.iurl-iiiartialed and dismissed from who, w-if., ir.iH f. lr i'sr..e I» tilled wilh Ihrhhng episodes, lb.- picture "as directed by ,l Gordon Howards I lb.- add .1 attraction "ill be one of . , M UU a»hui sentinel, As^Cliriafma* is next Thursday, O.s , dar .ting this weak will be held nn i r ,. tnrl „ ..„d ur> the year'» -vork will |-i. sented The li.st i.inti.e-. of v t || |,,.M on Thursday n.ght,;■ Ihe famous Holin comedies. 1 I Her Icy, H. K; Jerome I*. Walsh. F. S.: Hennis ilesmond. treasurer: Thomas Me-1 John j. s.-rgeant-at arm»; | January lo. i UEEN . THEATRE HERE NOW yi à I wsc. •*v m-m < - Vt vv 1 Ï ; ''•U ' I i •. V» I v T r( Kvl, w\ l*T\i' j THOJ! H.INCÊ '■ I I » P recenV Enid BOSlfSOft "WMA! EVEilY WCHAH LEAKM/ - 1 A Vit( jraph searching drama of love and marriage, played by a great cast. Milton Sills, Theodore Roberts and others. Also BRIGGS COMEDY THEATRE Become animated by the true spirit of Xmas ■SEE— » Vi « »; Kd|K 'm ■I* r r V c. V ■"JMttST* PAULINE I FREDERICK Boiuts of love ■ He was only her foster ten but her love for the boy was greater than any love she had ever known. S I RADICALS 69, j porlatlon of iinllllcai agitateurs. A simitar prediction of dire results Continued from Page Six. United States is using In this first de for Hiis country was made by Arthur Kalses. another* leader of the Russian "The anarchist movement will bel carried on In the United States, al though the Intellectual heads, Hie real top of the movement, are now being sent away," he said. Miss Goldman and the other two wo men in the parly were in deep black Union, who was arrested In New York-. The three woman in party will be treated as »enger» during the trip. large cabin. men in the parly were In deep black and non.- of the three exlrlhited Hie defiance that obaracterlzed some of the male ana rh ist», 'Thomas Buehanioff, 17 ew of Blanki, wh ers at Kree-port. Long Islan d, The trip waif regard ed as a lark by the young '1 deportee y.-ars old. neph whr. organized a brunch of the Union of TlnsMan Work _... . . . lie deported H class pas cupyina one n th -eu h: The men ur ■n-1 .ad (ira ni Com arate oompnrlmm missary Beckman has no privileges ivd granted lo others. Ten Immigration in »|„ ; otors will lieip soldl'rs guard them. All will be contlncd 1 . their .piartei-s except for a brief daily exercise period i «di deck. Red Cross nurses went »lang to act as matrons. < iflldals of Hu- Department of .hi. lice /, r . vNXVXXXNXVVNXNXXXXVAXXVXVVVNÄN^XVvNXXVVXX'VVVVVVVVVVVXVs A THE GARRICK 2 ■Afternoon» at 2.30; N erht» at 8.15 Week of December 22 g ? Special Haliday Bill The Henning», Comedy McKay'» Scotch Revue Cahill & Romaine, Comedy Four Melody Maids Piquo & Co., Clowns Nadell & Follett, Fun Y. 2 Max Yorke^ Dogs Harold Lloyd Comedies i Nance Boyer, Comedienne Assisted by Henry Testa and Harry Hamilton ^ XXXXXXXXXXXXXVXXNXXXXXXXNXXXXXXXXXXSXXXVXXXVVXVVXXXXXVY 1 2 z 2 -.â£»ÎÂà ïfesi tKtz. .■<& ««»y j,?-*» ré** 2? Lindsay-Tucker Furniture Co. 219-221 Market Street, Store Open Evenings Until Xmas '4 4 Wilmington, Del. ac M u « *L ■. ; V. v* For the convenience of our many eus- * A delayed shipment of Floor and 1 able tomers whose interests prevent their shop- Lamps has just been received—they are u ping during the day—this store will remain beautifully turned, solid mahogany lamps, g open to 9 o'clock each evening until j| fitted for both gas and electricity and can be > Christmas. 1 purchased with or without shades. 19 ■ R » à a » Card Tables Doll Go-Carts Boudoir Lamps '4 L A 8 Strong, well-made Lard a » f» wit i j n a p rcat n mny different plain and deeo hraeed bottoms and solid brass-bound rated designs with silk and parchment corners; sits perfectly lex'el ; mahogany' shades. $5.00 10 $15.00 each, complete, finish; covered in imitation leather and green baize cloth, S6.00 and $7.00 each. i the belter grades, in finely woven reed, ^ j with hoods and brakes. Ono>of these will give several years pleasure. $13.50, $15.00, ^ $16.50, $18 00 t(. $22.50. each. High Chairs for the children: golden oak and mahogany, in a fine rubbed fin i ish. Tea Wagons iu plain and period dc 1 signs, quarter-sawed oak in dull, golden _ , -, , r I and Jacobean finish««; genuine mahogany M Magazine or Book Racks of genuine am , Amori( , in walnuf> Some have deep solid mahogany, «lull finish ; two different i ( , avPS . $21.00, $25.00, $30.00. $35.00, »ill designs. $19.00 eaeh. $40.00 and $45.00 each. « ' Book Blocks in solid mahogany and stonelWre. $5.50 pair. $5.75, $6.00, $7.50, $8.00. $10.00, g $11.00 to $17.50 each. I Solid Mahogany Candle Sticks, beauti I fully turned, with glass tops. $4.00 and [ $4.50 pair. $3.50, $4.00. $4.50, $5.00 and I SUPERTONE ? V-:.V 0 Y » Talking Machines ; ( f| Lr i w jœsi The Supertone is all that the i| name implies. It will play all i makes of records without the!! use of special attachments. It |j is built with a view to both' beauty and durability. Like all : high-grade phonograplis the! SFl'ERTONE will harmonize li Vînmes, with simple or elaborate home surroundings. They are beautifully finished solid ma- j| aide, hogany and equipped with the famous Meisselbaeh motor—are ii parts noiseless, uniform and depend able in operation. The special construction of tin- sound are tuued to the open unes ofj)°P < ' u *TI chamber and amplifier makes the bugle -all military calls may L'l " pf'enis; trom $30 to p; the reproduction of the human I be sounded on them. each. voice almost perfect. ! A bock of simple playing in-j •' beautiful lot of very m structions and mallet included i handsome nurse rockers in -M PriV^c <190 with every set. mahogany, golden oak and H ' ri-t. *J) I ^«VJ, «P I JJ, . _ . A 1 American walnut, vvith tap- 'SS . $/.9U, îp I Z.JU and estry and leather seats, reg- H $ 150 Each $15.00 Set ! SWi; 1 ** *"• j _ Baby Coaches and Go-Carts ^ I SSÄ^&sajs; -'■2_V k ' , JvnT ID! M H m Dinner Chimes I Ml * I IJ fl 9 8 The Deagaa Military Dinner are liio product of the originator of musical dinner of j! chimes and are the finest obtain- ; All metal parts are highly polished and triple-plated—wood! artistically finished and; ■ ■ 4 i « ii Ii Solid * pmi Mahogany Rockers mml i- Ml! •//trfrv % handrpolishrd. Dvagan Military Dinner Chimes , like eut, with fine «•ane seals and backs. n I ij v: :■! 4 ra • 9 9 a I 4 WORK BASKETS ■ : .,v. ■■ r 9 i i Very attractive Fibre Baskets, exactly like illustration, they are in different colors. ^ A special purchase enables us to sell these || very fine work baskets at the extremely low price of $5.50 each. They are regularly worth $9.00. FIBRE ROCKERS, with spring seats, upholstered backs, and reversible cushions. Covered in handsome cretonnes, regularly worth $28.00 and $30.00 each, now marked $22.50 and $23.50 each. *' -J 'M More than twenty-five different designs to select from, they are finely woven reed and fibre, in the Natural—French Grey— Old Ivory and pure white enamel finishes. \ They are upholstered in best grade cordu I roy and have reversible gears— H 0S . i ! - * > T .:.lr &&& $30.00, $35.00. $40.00, $45.0«, $50.0«, $55.00 to $70.00 each. :<3.îÿ I Ij T I 5Î The Only Furniture Store in Wilmington on Market Street & tS. & li.XSbi~.XS *. y X « «P'-;'r1y fri; it Ion were sent to oIR.-lals and prominent, citizens in June. In country-wide raids on November 7 anarchist, num being 890 were arrested and STO of tha-e were deported today, the i/tliiT 10 Included Berkinau and Miss Gold man wtiose cases had long been pend Other soviet orks are likely to leave in Hie near future, for the Department of Justice has a card Index of 00.000 radicals who are under scrutiny, and it is the announced Intention of the authorities to deport ail who are expressed pleasure it i of plans to rid ths country of anareh ' 1st». These pians were laid when bombs ing. PLAYHOUSE 4 Times beg. Dec. 29 Popular Matinee Wednesday Mail orders now VICTOR MÊR&E&TS nuS/CAL PL Ay f V MV 9f %S 8ÎL6ÎM v/. 6IRU 1 ' 4 Lvrfrs '«eo ahnolt ty vkkn Ar *K?Sf(él Mymùer» Oé-K'éi SféftJ aeuf ( Ti» m« I provcO to advocate IV ov< rlliroM *»f Hi« «rovernin<-nt !>>' violant-«. Sixty anarchists \vh lipen deported were expected from De t ro n f ol - ihe Buford, but the train o j iters were cancelled because to have awaited its arrival would have delayed Ihe sailing. men arrested In New York. phla. Boston. Bridgeport, Hartford. New (Haven. Anson la and Waterhury, Komi.: Akron and Youngstown, 'Ohio: Baltimore, Chicago. Detroit and San Francisco, 1 j The Want Ads will | nershlps and real estate Investments i during the eomlng month. were to have r Today's shipload contain«J Philadel i Cleveland. ITor good part T"r .^ir. ■> , ..vvi I - Thur., Fri. and Sat. PLAYHOUSE • • $ o •fi :ü X i X THE SELWYNS WILL SERVE i at + T5 1 ( IT Si k : IT I . -X ■; V A I MS s m f. rn * J. m&m I ■4 V* •V • *.I I j* 1 p] w*f*Êl*t * r. V ij V* r ! l I wrM I WTinon: for .irvixx s husbands •or Tin; "BLUES" A «.-n.VRMIXG AND A SURF-URF REMEDY ROI COOPER MEG ROE'S BEUf.nTFUIi COMEDY DIRECT FROM A RUN OF ONF. SOLID YEAR AT M AXINE ELIilOTT'S THEATRE—NI'AV YORK • — AMTU— Charlotte Walker and Ernest Lawford GALA XMAS MAT.—50c to $1.50 <. NIGHTS—50c to $2 1 * 17 :l: ii : £AT. MAT.—$1.50 T, SEATS NOW Till. n.AVIIOl -K. Philadelphia I Orchestra • C.M Musicians) IJiOI'OLP STOKOWSKI, Conduct»». Second Concert TONIGHT AT 8.30 r Soloist: KMÜABBTII BOXXKR. Contralto. BRAHMS No. 4. In K Minor. :,(|C, Toe, *1.00, *100, *'.'.00. now Symphony : Ticket» nt l mix oflicc.