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U. SJKAY LAY OWN 1
CABLE TO SPREAD
I VOICE IN ORIENT
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Slgtfst Plan to Counter!
'? - In Far East.
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ROBERT J. Ri:.\DER.
Tb counter the Oriental propa-1
gM nfLa react ins against the best fn- }
ter^t* if the I'nited States in China I
i~v An4,th6 Philippines this* govern-jniein
is considering th?- advisability.*
**f ^tabiishing a governiufnt-owueti j
r . < aUM syMem mift the. Far Ka?i .
AMt hofitka here. who have!
bro^rht-the question the atten-I
^ tiorl* of Secretary Hughes. are,"
- lo have the proposal dis- i
?-us|t?l ,5ir the forthcoming confer- J
in Washington on Pacifl?- and;
Far. Kastern problems.
Those authorities ?oii\t ?at that
the' ?easiest way to 'establish int*rtiatjoi#al
understanding between >
the j United States and the Orient is j
to j^'-reaso communication, now se- I
rioifely -limited by inadequate fa- j
cHitfes and almost prohibitive 1
raits To increase the facilities and '
jowfr the rates is impossible, they
con|fnd. from the standpoint of privat&lcanital.
The venture should be
undertaken by the government, even I
as \hf construction of the Panama
?\jr**l. and the benefits, they be- j
l?e\*?. w^uild be as lasting. j
/; <ie?. W ood Kn ? Idea.
?*.V*v Wood, who has h*?en investlrainR.
rondilions in the Philippine?
is understood to strongly adi/H'ite
vastly improved ,ommunica
Moti facilities between the United j
Strifes and its Far Ka stern insular I
p-.^e5SiOTv Wood I* said to argue j
'I^ie I'nited States government has
established a wonderful educational
*vstem in the Philippine Island*
jTh? students leave the schools, edu?
a'fd hi American ideas and ideals
VTim*r .American instructors. Once
title? school, however, the present
facilities for sending American,
to the islands are so inadethat
the students iose touch
jviuj the I'nited States. Meantime.
mor*? adequate means of communication
wjth Japan, for example,
rentier the Filipinos susceptible to
Oriental propaganda that ma> be j
;rnd' on- manv occasions has been. '
| % alee l imited * hlns.
S similar situation exists in i
The cost of news transinlssioi
from the I'nited States to
?*hina under present conditions, is j
s.? high that the few Chinese newsparA*rs
that are self-*upprtrting cannot!
Va.C for it. The Chinese new-sparer
field must be comprehended
j? ^?e lieht that there are some 40?*.Ano*OfM)
Chinese people, of whom only
'ver rent read and write This
\ ?<r ?-* ?! t. spread over an area(
as arfat as that of the I'nited,
States, affords .scant chance of sny
iie^f&paper making a success. Finan<iaiy
poor. therefore. these few
?*hw*e*.v newspapers must obtain
s-ih-|i news as the> can get cheaply.
r. Th* affords a fertile field for propac.'ifda
of any nation. and the^
j'r.States, under existing conditions.
is scarcely abl*? to set in a'
Lm m?f amplified Cable facilities
M-?a^'t entail *he laying of line from
7. < 4 t?? 1miles respectively In
ihel.case of the Philippines and
. i? obviously would not be a
vrrftrure rhat would interest prl\ate
carital. ,v?-ordiv.g to tho>-e now urglngjj[he
j>chem" on ffurhes. It must
be government undertaking, entered
into with the idea of ba< king
up 'American educational efforts in
botif the Philippines and China. The
efeller Foundation. it is pointed
(ait. i* spending millions educating!
-Chinese in* this country and in
f*htoa. American government
\< ^pending equal sums in educating
thej Filipinos. All this effort will
b#> 4wa*t*d. it is argued. ;f tomn.jni
ar.lon facilities ar*4 not created
w wijl keep these American-edu<
ai/Irl * ?rientals fn constant touch
witft American new*.
Xephfu of President
I Gets Driver's Permits
* " " j
FJ'.^sid^nt Hardinp's nephew. >
5f#rce T^ron Hardin*:, of Takorra
Prfk passed th* District au*omobile |
1' i^m.s" test with flying colors yes- .
v. according to Pvt. W .1 cunn'Ofjham
of the trafTIc bureau who
\ conned him.
Tounc Hardinc is only 17 years
hi. aunt. Mrs. Caroline Votaw.
forfijrrlT of the women's bureau of
tlie. Merropolitan Police, signed the
~u.-?Pdian .-hp which must accompany
ip^iv>?tions of minors.
MILNF ?On s*f>t*mh?r 7. IK'l. mi 7:rtT?
I?. m . ;?i l?i* !.ii* rciidrni? J?l". |" ?t.
h? lovH busbau'l ??f Anni^ j
Miln^ ?n?- Waller I.
Notice of l'tin?*rvl l?#r?*afi^r
. Appropriate Funeral Token*
Cude B:os Co. 1214 F St
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me?t Id one compasy.
If your investments or savings
.earn loss than 12% you owe it
to yourself to know of our 12rf i
Stack Exchange Security
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Washington. D. C.
HI|k.t laM Repre?e?tati?a
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MAY RESULT IN EVACUATION
Withdrawal ofNipponese Troop. From Vladivostok
Desired by Far Eastern Republic.
Sp?--i.l. C??U to Tk? Washington H?r?I4 1 is a mov? on the part of Japan Ml
ul Oki?( Xritoa*.) . wash her dirty Siberian linen priI'EKHi,
Sept. 7.?Negotiations are vately and profitably vl\hout the
no* being conducted in Harbin Be- embarrassment of having It aire
_ . _ during the discussion of the IHUtw""
M. \ourin. minister of for- fl(. pr,
affair#-?f-tha. Far K?atern Be- ^ Yourin first came to China to
bubiic of Ch^ta and Matsushima. negotiate a commercial treay with
ii-presentaOve of the Japanese gov- that country which it was popui-rnmot.
for the adjustment of the 'ally supposed would tak. a form
similar to that of the 81no-uei man
Siberian situation .Matsushima 18 comm,.rcjai agreement, arthc
authority for the statement jr[vfd aft grim ctyUa-Kussian troops
that all or at least m?ny of the k, drjven the re??gade band "f
ptiMindeiMtandings have been 4is- Bal.on Vngern from 1'rga, th* capipelled.
SI. Yi.urin has Riven out k, of M?neoij,. Thia nvovemetit;
similar impression*. j was after the Chinese govern-1
The Var Kastern KepuMic mem )iaa been warned that the in-J
.. return of Vladivostok to the re- vas,ion ,vollld be necessary to pi?- j
public's sovereignty- and the evac- Teut tl)c reactionary Russians friftn ;
nation of the Japanese troops from | maV!nK MonRolia their headquarSiberia.
Evacuation has been ^r;, to>. rajas on Chita. Chita |
hinted at Tokio for a month or troo_? Ktili hold Crga and North-1
more but only alter certain conces- ern Mongo]ja on this justification
nions on the part of the Russians. Parley.
Just what price i. wants ha* not ??' T,'. ,o
vet been disclosed. The negotiations were referi<fd
*,.14. r-MI.lt, [!r?,, hwh'C haa"" Jurisdiction over
The conference is taken to be ex- Mongojia Chans refused to parceplionally
significant at this time an(J ^ h(,ld an agent of M.
because of the close proximity of Your,n to aeav,.|, him for sefret
the date of the Washington confer- rs de#nitelv breaking off
ence. The inference is made that it ,rl,n<j1'y"' reiations with the Chita
government. The Japaii-se conferALEXANDRIA
CLUB HSSs. ssssx
. WILL STAGE SHOW
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Local Talent to Take Part in ii/pryo ACIfC WHAT
Musical Comedy Pro- VtLLKO AOlvJ fllliil
? HELD TROOP TRAINS
JHK HKKAT.D Bl'REAl
A. 6. Doniphan. .. 11
,,.Kx,M,Kt v va"C ^ ants to Know Why Twenty.der
the auspices' of the Old Do- Sixth Infantry Was
minion Boat I'mb. a musical comedy |
'. ntiUed "^)?ip Ahoy" will be pro- Day lAt .
isente<^ in the Opera House Octobe?
V. and ?.by the John II. Rogers Pro- seoreury ot 'war \\ eeKS -8
Mucins ?*oropan> lx>cal talent will I d?avorins to asoertan wn> tne **
. , , 'rival uf the Twenty-sixtn intantr\
take part in the program. Vir?il?l?, waf delayed for
The local committee on arrange- ,n .
i T? t ?r : twentv-four hours.
inept* is composed of Dr. J. T. | concise* the mans of
AshtoJi, C. 3J Shcpperson and Oil- " Tfar
l.ert J. cox. jr. A meeting of the Br,g. Gen
committee will t>e held tomorrow I?P?"men J -mined miners
night for the purpose of assigning mine vone. and p . - ^
parts to those ?rho will participate., to .i.shanrt without surrender
Mrs Mary Klizabeth Xppith sold "1 want to find out -whether the
to Jonathan W Myis and wife, railro.ids wer# bumr operated h
the three-story brick dwelling at ' the men or b? their nianliyce'j
th* southex^r .oilier of Fringe and said Wc.eks "t am
Mired .-tre.ts Mrs. Florence S. troop trains "^ere sldctro.k^ to
Morris sold to William F. Iloss and permit passenger trains to rea? h
wife, a house and lot on the north their destinations on tune If this
side of Prince street between Payne is true. T want to knew it.
ami West streets Weeks said he dl.l not know
whether it was true that railroad
School permits today were issued telegraph wires were cut on both
at f^ee School building, and tomor-1 sides of the troop trains. or
row thev will he issued at West whether l was tru* that engine
F.nd .School. On Friday and Sat- , crews had been reluctant to carrt
urday permits will be issued to i soldiers into the mine-war area,
colored children at the parker-Gray There is no intention to withSchool
The schools will open next draw the Nineteenth Infantry, now
Monday. on duty, u.itil this is recommended
? ?? by Gen. Bandholtz, accprding to
Fines .aggregating w ere ?, Weeks. N'or will th? greneral be
leeted m the police Court today given orders as to the disposition
from four out of five, joy riders 10f hjs forces.
from Washington, who were ar-, , Gen. Bandholtz is in command
rested h? re yesterday. 1 there." said the Secretary.
F at Fourteenth
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You can enjoy your 1
?listening to Daniel Breeskin's masterly *olos.
Mr. Breeskin plays now every evening at
6:30 and 7:30. Of course, all our music is
undeT his direction.
Beginning Saturday?dancing after the theater-?Breeskin
Augustus Gumpert, Manager
GLASS TOPS FOR
?>ucH a.? table", dresser*. bnffet?. bureaus, etc.. have
. ome to be considered necessities. They protect, but do
not conceal the tine wood grain, the luster and finish
which jnstit'v pride in ownership of handsome furniture.
We Cut and Fit Glass
?plate, window, etc,?for alb special requirements, at
Kea>onable Cost. Drop tis a postal or phon^, we'll be
glad t? send a competent representative to take measurements.
quote prices, etc.
retail paikts wholesale
1J34 New Y?rk Aveaue
KILLED IN FRANCE
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Will Honor Maj.
W. S. Mannings
*'The - remattts -of MftJ. "Wtlttam;
SInkler Manning;. L> S. V.. formerly
a member of the Washington bureau
of ' the New york Times, and
son of former Gov. Richard I. Mati-v
nlng. of South Carolina, will be;
buried >at- Arlington .National, Ceine- j
tery with full 'mflftary horkfrfi .U't
2:3? o'clock tomorrow *lt<*n<*<>nt
The Rev. Dr/Green Berkeley,'aJ
Richmond. Va., will ?*ftlciatx. The
pallbearers will be the six surviving
brothers of Maj. Manning, five
of whom were his "comrades in
arms in the war. <-*nv. aud Mis.
Manning will arrive from tlieli
home in Columbia. S. (\\ tomorrow
newspaper correspondents "f
Washington will be represented at
the* funeral by a committee 'of
thirty-two members. The National
Press Club, the National Press Club
Post of the American Legion, and
th#* University Club will also be
represented. A. delegation of former
officers - of Chs 31ttth Infantry
j who served with Maj. Manning in
France will also come to Washing
ton foi the funeral.
I Maj. Manning lost his life near
; Verduu on November 5. six days
| before the armistice ended host ill!
ties. At the time he was leading
his men in an assault against *
'German machine gun position lie
was awarded posthumously tin Distinguished
Service Cross for gallantry.
I.. C. ttahH.?.
L. C. Upshaw brother and secretary
to Representative William I .
I Upshaw. of Georgia, died at his resij
dence in the Octavia Apartments.
yesterday afternoon. He was r?7
I years old. Mr. Upshaw was teacher
of .the Pinkham Bible class in 1 m^nanuel
Raptist Church, and the
! bearers will be selected from
the class An escort will *l?e""composed
of members of the Confederacy.
Peeping Tom i,
Shot in Stomach
| i HAHUrtTESVllSjWr V* ' Sept.
T.?Jame? Newton. a ^colored boy.
j 1? years of age. wgj shot and probably
.fatally injured fait ni*ht at |
the hyme of Miss. Louise Lip trap, |
on South h*ifth street. According
j to the young woman. she was
Awakened by a noise on the porch
j.roof and. upon looking out. saw ai
| "peeping Tom." Obtaining a pistol.
|4he fired tliuough the window at
j the intruder, who fell to the ground.
; shot through the stomach New-i
| man was taken to the University |
Hospital. where his condition is re|
gardeel as critical.
The youth asserts tnat two wmie
I meii held hi in up at the point of a
| pistol and made him clamber on
' th?* porch roof, in order to "see if
any oitd was at home.'
TO GEN. PERSHING
Denies He Made Claim That
"Labor Won War"?Says
Chief I>acks Tact.
The generalship of Gen. Pershing
i on the battlefield "is much betfcoi j
'than l?is generalship as kii afterdinner
This is the opinion of Samuel
i Gompers. president of the American
Federation of Labor, who denies
that be has made any claim that
j "labor won the war"
j 1'ershing. in speaking at tbe
La fa yette-Marue Day banquet her
j after (loinperi* load spoken, declared
j it wasn't labor or any other association
that won the war. but thei
! loyalty of all citizens
"Much as F regret the necessity
! for sayinpr so. there was no ground
; for the rather testy remarks of the
4 leader whom we all admire, and to
, whom we all owe a jjreat debt.*'
said flompers in a statement yesterday.
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ANTHONY F. LUCAS
MAKES BEQUESTS '
Largest Item, $50,000 in
Bonds, Goes to His
t' ,i > *
Request* amounting to' ! *.? ?>
re contained In the mill- of Anthony
V. Lucas. who died September
2. JII*d for probate yesterday.
The Urgent, for fi.OOO. * made to
the >un, Anthony F. O. Lucas. and
Ih to connist of gold bond* to b*
selected by the axacutors Other
Mis* Louise Campbell, of Macon.
<Ja.. $20.ft00 in gold bondA. also to |
i?e nelecied by ten executors. OwHlo.
Guosdenovich. of Trieste. Italy.,
u cousin. 15.000 in bond-: < tsuM
I fund) Francesco Paninovich. of|
Jugo-Slavla. income on ir..<too uold j
bonds: the Columbia Poly technic |
Institute for the Blind of this e'tr. j
$2.<?00. the Washington City orphan ;
| Asylum. I2.00'1, Miss R*ssi#> Ha*<*an. j
| : 5?oih nq And
with other remedie s
It rarely fails to
Ideal for sunburn
' and prickly heat
tr motor overheats fi
itlv, misses, gives c
;llin? exhaust fum
s frequent carburet
tents. carbonizes cjui<
alve seats and spa
it is probable that i
isoline is the cause.
ou ever really cons
le reason for using
tvpe of gasoline in yc
?or do you simply gc
r and ask for "Gas
Gasoline has certain <3
^vantages that make
perior of any oth
ig experience of our
wbsaamm?ss^s?). jl >
$1,060; a, fund of for Monte- a?ated In a plain irine Wo* ur.d ki"
negrin orphans, to l>e dtvtrlfcutod by f
IM ?M.?. Mr. Choline f. Uicsa -1"W" ' '* *'
Oovan 8. Fleroeau Capt. T. Chau i job a H. Jti**?rd. 'wa^ni
Utcli and Anthony F. O. l.uca?, the j ney *h" "fled at HI* hot>? I? :T
SOB; Frank Novak a <ou?1n. I J.000.1 North rV|>ltol rtrcrl A jr.
and ?J.W? tor acholamhip*. to Ifjleavea itaa entire ?itw. ii.cljrttui.
In charffe 6f the **ecutor*. the family re*i<lenc?. tw bin a Id iw
Mn Loou U to have tU. net in Mri. Klla
come from the entate until her'
son fa 46 year* of are The t**cu- The ?hlt? alkali land* ?t Arlaons
tor* are the * l>'ow. the eon. Will- i t" he reclaimed to l?r*. . - it
lam U Miller and the National Kav- by Irathinn the awil. hut the Ma. k
in?* and Truat Company The Wi'l ?""" *-oll? rcalet leaching ten*
direct* tlyir the remain* he are- eiokaty. vt?l
'7b Slort niih J Stmle"
p Meyer's Shops
It : 1331 F St N. W.
I ' ip?3??
Buys a New I
Ml Jm Fall Hat
VVMiTtJ and otry one is a
I II \ w| y^V ordinarily would sell
H .!~J, . .. J Tan or Brown 1
I "Stetsons" "Stetsonians" |
a m Petri or Brown a ^ 1T1iin r??ld I
lf7 Genuine I lafk for a finer!
^ M "John B's" ^ I V I Hat than
With a -Snap " j A w These
jying and Common
les are Avoidable
re- fining exj>erts and our access
ff to practically every needed
es, source and grade of crude
rk ^ *s ^or l^ie8e reasons that we
m_ are able to produce consistently
a well-balanced gasoline?
gasoline that is not lacking in
anv essential factor. It insures
a maximum of motor efficiency,
cleanliness of <fombus>to
. J ,
,,v tion, smooth, strong p ng
power and long mileage be^
ca^se it is the well-balanced,
er. "Standard" Motor Gasoline is
?re the best you can buy?and it
by costs no more. Now obtaiure
able wherever you motor.
) OIL COMPANY