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E. ?. -OrlKCA?T Today and totnorrow? Fair; slightly cooler. ! "'?hest temperature yesterday. 81 ; low est, 54. THE WASHINGTON The Net Circulation of This Newspaper Yesterday Was 40,384 ij\LL THE NEWS die tim?H__.?r> catti? aad xa) mm?m fona, in Tbe U * th.r-ru?. tknttJ ?brightly and bnefly told?aso? minute newt picture? every day. NO. 47V WASHINGTON, D. C. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1919. ONE CENT! SYLVIA, MURDER SUSPECT, DUE IN D.C. EARLY TODAY Det?tttve Cornwell Ex pected This Morning With Young Man. NO NEW CLUES AT HAND Case Rests on Light Thrown By Companion of the Dead Youth. Joc-ppfr. Syivkm will turf-e in Wtoh ingtoa thte morn Ine from C?nmbus. Ohio. in th?? custodv of Detective ? "ora well, to _dj?*t m <_h_rre of comp.ic.fv in the morder ol Kmmetl K. Wood, the vHnr .-???da cWk who?? bod> ? *? ? ound fn ? he basemen t of ?he I..?-*?;?? ;t storm, Koartee-nth and F Street?. Sylvia ??? the on? man ot th?? num ber a rr*? ted in connection with the murder who th? polk? believe *?n throw lifht on tbe mysterious killhur an Thursday or Friday of last week. Wood is believed to have been murdered on Tharaday. Hie body waa found Fri lay mornin?. Sylvia's peculiar action.-* Tharaday, hi.-, former vonnectiotie with Wood, and hie tip to the police of the whereabovrta of Henry Arthur Starr, and other inci dente have directed ?---.?pieion toward him. Pr*4e?ts Ia_?f-e_ee. ??> details ae to ?hat Sylvia said 1o the detective weiv ?vat'aMr last ruht, further than an absolute de ni.-.l of participation in the murder. ?????..?_, further w_-? ?aid of Sylvia*? ? ?on.panioti. who. detectives say. is Florence Hart. a,ud who i> being hi-? -n'h t * o W as h i n zton with Sylvia. l*.--n?liiiff < '.irn w*-T.'s arrival, the po liee are nt work on ? new .ine.?', they amy. whi'h has cropped up durinsr th?? last tew day-*. Inspector C?rant -luted List niR-ht the aTlejrcd "drug riny." of whien Wood may have been th? victim. Is a strong theory, but Isiolsablv not the strongest in the pos .-? ?Ion ?? the police. fence *?? Idle. S?*** of the facts will not he di \'i',->-J until th*e have b*?en rhoronp'i x in\ eeticst*^ Their tawt*tir* i ums .. re nov hi proirress. hut the ?ot . of ?h?- ikilstllvcs i? kept .. imret. \ puirtt which I desire ->pe?->iatiy :?? emphasise." Inspector tirant said last niirhi, is that work on the i,-ti:i,fi la not 'lanjrinc fire." while >>!via is out of the city. What work we have done cannot be made ??ubiti- at this time for very goofi : SS-MB*, but it must not be thought that the police are i?lle while awaii in^ Cornrwcll." In the opinion of police official.-.. Sylvia will have a hard time e_ ! Minm- his actions *>n the day when the murder is supposed to have been committed. The few -tat? - m+mtM which he is known to have ?.?_?> to Columbus police officials when compared with facts held hy th?? >sHce here show that he ap pxrentry is in a poo. condition to present a stronc abili Sylvia now is the only suspect Irnown to be held. G?- w. man. it is thought, may he m t position to pive important information to t he police. _-_e_.ry Arthur Starr, the former ? poheeman. questioned my the po lie? in regard to th?? inuruer. re mi ns at the Tenth 1 recarci po li ?- station ehanr?-d witn ?n?t?zzle t ment No on?? w illin*r to put up *$."?.OOrt to grant Starr a period of temporary liberty has been found. POLICE UNION LEFT TO COURT Decide to Await Decision On Status in Regard to A. F. L. Affiliation. The CUV Policemen's lnii.ii. in h. riveting last nicht fn Mu.-i. i.in-? Hall. 11*"?; ? ?tr.-et northwest, unanimously decided to allow the i-onets to de termine the union's ?tntu.? In resar.1 to affiliation with the American Fed f (ration of l_b..r. .V positive nnnMrike clause, proiib <|ing strike?, -?ar adopted as an e amendment to thi mnstltution of the "?union. Six new m*mbers were an nounced. Ij?st nichts sa then ng probably was ??* largest polic?? meeting held here rn recent year.? I'resldent ?. E. I?rae*"*r estim?t?.] an attendance of ??.. Too police authorities co-operated m making the meeting a success, pem-lttlng* men on duty during the nicht to be present throughout the r??ting. or for the greater pan of it. Frae- Morrison, secretary of the American Federation of L?bor: R. I.. Sexton, also of tbe Federation, and Wilton J. I>ambert. the union".? coun sel, matte short addresses. _i $2.40? Wt>rt_ of Jewelry Stole?. Mr*. Albert M. Gilbert. I ss? Co lombia road northwest reported to the itoMc? yesterday the theft of welry valued at 12,400 from her partirte??. The articles stolen :n lurled a lavalli?re pendan? set with r reckons ?tone.. I,wo pins, two bracalets aad a lorgnette. WILSON HURLS VEILED THREAT AT THE SENATE! Speaking in Colorado. Executive ; Says Oblivion Awaits Changed Treaty. _ ! Pueblo. Coto.. Sept- J_?In two ad dresses in Colorado today.? a etate whose two Senators oppose the treaty of peace. President Wil*?n made more . lear the policy he will follow If tex tual reservations are adopted by the Senate in its ratification of the docu ment. . Hi* line of action today combined ... challenge and a threat. The latter ! was veiled, a* have been most of the threats of the President to date, bot j ? here was little doubt in the minds of hi* ao?Ienee of his purpose. Tb* fate that will befall the treaty of usen if tt is changed is expected to be oblivion. ? akin?-? the actions of former executive* as precedent, the President can pigeonhole the treaty, but this, of course, would only be) temporary With the 1*20 election in view. It (ould easily be resurrected. ?nd Mr. Wilson, its foremost sponsor, could take it an hi* standard of ram- I pnlgn. -1 challenge the opponents of this treat.- to ?how cause why it should not be ratitied." .?ad the President to ?,000 persons in the Denver andito- ? num. "I ehaUeneTe Usern to show, cause why there should be any hesi- ? tattoo. I do not understand delays or! covert proc?s?, and tt is time we knew : ?there we will stanar "When the Senate has acted it will be for me to determine whether its action is adoption or rejection. I beg the gentlemen of the I'nited States Senate to make perfectly clear whether it is adoption or rejection. I do not wish to draw doubtful conclusions." The Presiden ? also cautioned his audience to remember that "negotia tion of treaties rests with the Execu tive of the United States." He made hi.? fortieth speech here this afternoon and has five more schedul.fi Throughout the State he waa given cordial receptions, but at I no time were they exceeding1 > demon j ?Irative. For the present he has con centrated not on the great body of P<ople whom he set out to win to his support, but on the rnited Stales Sen ate where the great battle is to be fonght. **T am for going in with a body of equals or slaying out," he **id today. PETW0RTHW1LL GET BRANCH P. 0. : Second School Office to Be Established By Commu nity Center. " r..?u-ti:u-lim?"nt of a branch posloflice, the second of its kind in Washington, it? tbe basement of the HetworUi ' School by the community center de ; part?Mot, was authorised yesterday I afternoon by the Board of Kducation nt a meeting in the Franklin School. ? Modeled after the ?successful Hark View community center postot?ice. the new institution will enable the distri ? button of cheap foods by parcel po.?t '? direct from the farmer to the con [ turner. The Board ot Kducation has taken ? under advisement a request by Hark ? View representatives that consigned ! food be allowed to remaui in the Kchool postoli.ce overnight. There is a rulin.; which prohibits such storage. | but Dr. Van Schaick announced yes [ terday that the board will act prom ? t i ly wtth regard to m modification of the [ ruling. Picketing of the Franklin School, ? headquarters of the boa p], was re sumed yesterday following adjourn ment of the meeting without action ooffitnri-D on tace two DISCHARGED "FIRST" MEN GO THROUGH D. C. Five thousand men of the "Fight ing First" Division were discharged ai Camp Mradi- yesterday and left for their homes last night. The ?Union Station ...warmed with the heroes, whose discharge marks the passing of the famous combat unit. The gathering of men in the sta tion last nisht u.?. they bade each other good-bye. before leaving for cities and towns throughout the j country, caused the spectators to ? realise the sentiment attached to I the "parting of these "buddies" who | have fought together in so many i great battles. War Camp Community workers were on hand to a-iye the boys a rousing farewell, aa well as ciga rettes and candy, and every dough boy was presented with a copy of the booklet. '-Where Do We do From Here-" containing advice to the discharged roen. War Dep-rtmeitt to Sell Steel. The War Department vc.iti?rday threw on the market about 11, 000.000 pounds ?f raw. partly fin ished steel of different' classes. Bids will be opened at Boston and Philadelphia. being divided Into lots which will be sold at set dates between September 30 and October t. JOHNSON OFF TO RESUME TOUR OF THE WEST TODAY ' -_ ? His Amendaient Blocked, He Announces He Will Take Stump Again. LOSES SEVEN VOTES Republican Colleagues Quit Ranks to Protect Politi cal Fortunes. ; Sei.ator Hiram Johnson will :<*a,ve for ? 'Mlifonilu today to carry the tig-tit against the peace treaty to his own people. He will follow the trail of f resident Wilson through the Pariflc .'oast .States, being absent from the * '..pita." about three weeks. Mrs John son will accompany him. Seven Republican Senators who are afraid to vote at ihi? tini- on ?Senator Johnson's amendment to equalize the voting power of thr I'nited States and Great Britain in the league of nation?* ; assembly made it possible for him to ' ko on the trip and .ire responsible for the situation which h..> made his con tinuous presence at the - apilal un necessary. < ollraiu?? Bark wafer. These .-.eren Republicans, fearful of the effect upon their political fortunes if they voted against the amendment. i'id hopeful that some way might be found by which they could avoid hav ing tp go on record on the proposition of allowing Great lint.un six votes while the I'nited States should have but one. made it plain to Senator Johnson that if he made any attempt to bring up his amendment ut this time he would be defeated. They served notiee upon Senator Lodge, th?* majority leader, moreover. that If such a motion were made by Senator Johnson they would all vole against it. *?.? votes would be suffl?ient to pre vent Ihe amendment from coming to a decision L??**-* right for .?,?-. The seven Republican Senators whc assumed this attitude with ie spect to th? Johnson amendment w?*re: Lenroot of Wisconsin, ?.oit of Rhode Island. McCumb- t of ..Mo'lb iiqkota, ?Me.Nary *>f (irc?^, ?-????. Of Minn? - ii.? il.il- of Maine and .telson of ?Mtnnei-ota l-enrool was tbe spokesman and leader of th? group. Posmbly in-re were others who would have voted with them, but the seven named were most conspicuous in the move ment to postpone a dec?alo? <?? the iiinendment. When Se nui cm Johnson r? ach? d the Capitol yesterday he was in a lighting humor. He had spent the ?ntire previous day battling With the Senate leaders for a chance to bring his amendment to a ??ote. He had been caut ioned by some to go slow' ?nd urged by others to ;o io.MIMKH OS PAGI TWO WILSON HINTS AT BLOCKADE Categorically Refuses to Ac cept Italian Viewpoint in Fiume Dispute. Pans. Sept. Su?It Is learned that President Wilson's reply to the in quiry nT the Peace Conference regard ing his attitude on the Piume situa tion is a categorical refusal to accept the Italian viewpoint. The President's message also con tains a specific threat of an economic blockade which has caused a tremend ous impression in Italy where the sug gestion of such a policy is openly called blackmail on the part of Presi mi WD-son. Secretary of the Navy Daniels yes terday denied reports that American .Marine? had been landed near Piume in connection with the D'Annunzio re volt. The Secretary declared that the American naval squadron in the Ad riatic was acting as it would under similar circumstances anywhere else in the world; that it was there to look after American lives and property and that involici this it was taking no part in the Fiume affair. Says Jap Can Role U. S. in 100 Years Immigration agreement with the I'nited States. Miller Freeman, of Seattle, toll the House Immigration I'ominlttee to day. Freeman charged that Japanese ottl cial? encouraged "syndicate*,'" which made It easy for Japanese to obtain passports to the United States and al lowed the unlimited immigration ot Hip "pictirre brides." He warned that because of their lower ?standard ot living Dm Japanese are driving the small busi'*??* men on the Pacific Coa?t. into bankruptcy. S. V. M<-Clatchy, of Sacramento. told the committee that if Immigra tion, he had and pul it up to 111?p? to present the L'nlted States would be a Japanese colony In one hundred /ear?. JAPANESE LOVE FOR MEXICO IS SHOWN IN THIS FLOAT IN THE PARADE AT JUAREZ Juarez, Mex , Sept. 25 ?Most sig-nificant feature of the Juarez celebration of the Mexican "Fourth ?? Inly," September 16, was the prize float ot the parade, entered by the Jaarez Japanese. It represented a big battleship. Japanese and Mexican flagrs were intervened and a banner bore the uords: "Viva Mexico." Mexicans cheered it lo.idlv. ROSH HA-SHANA IS CELEBRATED Memorial Services1 Will Be Held at The Hebrew Cemetery Sunday. The J.wish New Year. Kosh Ha-Shuna. which was ? elebrated by all Hebrews yesterday. will be further oh?.?rv.d by the Orthodox Jews today. Th? drive for $100.600 for th?? i new Hebrew hospital, in Wash ington, was launched and will con tinu? until th?? ? itmpb'l?- amount i.- raised. The N* w Year is obs?-rv?-d by ? devoting th?? thoughts to the more rerious problems of life and the I obligations io the Supreme Tower, the Reform Church Hebrews ob serving but one day und the Ortho ; dox two. ? Yesterday's services were closed 'with a late serv?-e at the Wash ington Hebrew Congr?gation. Eighth ; _*tr>-et Tempi?1, wher?? L>n. Abraham fciiBo.R preached ftn ;> Nu ? ?*rf FflHloWing the usual ?ewtsh eus? ? torn, pilli ? imag" will be made next I Sunday to th?? Hebrew cent? ter y at I Congress Heights. Where a memo I rial servie will be held ? ARMY STORES QUICKLY SOLD Motor Trucks to Be Rushed From Baltimore With Needed Stock. Moi": trucks will In- rushed into , mtvice probably today to bring army | foods from warehouse?* in Bal tim?te I to replenish the stock ot the army ? store in Liberty Hut and prevent a ' repetition of yesterday's di culties ' which resulted from the failure ot larve consignments of goods ro arrive ? in time for the sale. ? Hundreds of barga in-seekci > were 1 disappointed ?t the opening of th*? sale yesterday, finding only ? small stock ? of wearing apparet on the shelves in stead of the widely advertised assort ment. Hlankets. cotton underwear and ? canned goods in small quantities were ! disposed of quickly to basket-laden ? customers who crowded before the entrance long before the time of open ing. j V. ??. C. ?- officials took advantage of the assemblage to off?/? for sale 30o surplus army blankets.'which sold at prices rangm- from $3.50 to $*>. The store fai located in the canteen build ing east of the main I-iberty Hut and the hours are from 10:30 to 6 p. m. No mail orden? will be accepted. Maj. Graham, in charge of the store, an nounced. STEAMER VALBANERA SIMUNG IN QUICKSAND Kay West. Kla., Sept. 25. ?Kear that the vessel recently sunk near the Rebecca Shoals light'..oust. identified as the Spanish steamer Valbanera. with 4$s persons on board, would .?ever be salvaged and that the fate of the passenger? and crew would remain an unsolved mystery was ex pressed toda>. Observers reported today that the vessel was slowly but gradually sink ing deeper into the quicksarld. Saft Coal Output Inerbateci. Bail Director Hines announced that approximately 11.080.000 net tons of soft coals were produced the week ending September 13. setttnR t new production mark for 1919 and showing an 'ncrease of 15 per c'eut over the preceding week. Seven Hurt in Eiplcuion .Montreal, Sept. 25.?At least seven persons were injured when an acety lene tank exploded in the welding room of the shipbuilding plant of the Vlck?rs Shipbuilding Company late this afternoon. j PLAN NEW ERA ? FOR CATHOLIC CHURCH IN U. S. Session Closed After Having ? Determined Course of Administration. The Catholic Hierarchy of th? I'nited States dosed its two days' session last night after having de-j terminad upon a future ?toarse of ii?ministratton which accordi ? i to t>rainal Gibbons, marks the begin nii g of a new era in the Catholic Church in this country. The bishops decided that the tuer ?rr-jfc; which until this session h?v_ not convened sime IHM. shall meet her. ai ter once a year at a place and ?fate tr, be rrtected (???Itlr* VriMiiifri. A nnouneenv-nt of the nppointm<nt ?? ? ,-tandip*- administrative com pi it tc ir^?? made at the conclusion of th?* session. This committee com- , prise?? Archbishops Hanna of San Francisco. Dougherty of Philadel phia, Dowling of St. Paul and l.ishnp-> Cane vin of Pitts buru, Mul doon o/ Rockford. ??.. Russell o1* Charleston. S. C?. ?-nd Schremb?. of Toledo. This committee will establish bu leaus of education, press and litera ture, social -service, foreign and home missions and Catholic lay so cieties. They will be responsible di rectly to the hierarchy and will be inder episcopal direction. The results of the deliberations of the hierarchy will be mac publi<*_ in ? pastoral letter to be issued within a few months through the pulpits. It will Im; signed by the bishops who at tended the session. This letter will deal with the various important ques tions on the problems of the day now 'calling for the attention and sym pathy of Catholic authority " Dtne-aaa Censas Problema. Among '. ? matters discussed in de tail by the bishops were the prepara tion of a satisfactory Catholic census, the early issuance of a Catholic direc tory and the application of H new code of canon law with its bearing on American law and American condi tions. ????idinal Gibbons, the sole survivor of the Plenary Council held in Balti more in IV??.. presided at the sessions of the hierarchy. Of Cardinal Gib U.ns, Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes, of New York, said tonight: "Cardinal Gibbons presided with his usual alertness and characterictic vigor and freshness." ?U S. Not to Abandon Persia State Department Cables - I The State Department has cabled Kalph II. Bader. U. S. consul at Te heran. Persia, that the United states lias not abandoned Persia. This Information to the consul be csjrns ne?-cssary when it was reported to the Slate Department that Persian patriots in their rpe?.ches had poin'i'tl out that it looked s If the l'nite?l States had h^ft Persia to her fate, she having been substantially taken over as a protectorate of Great Britain. The Anglo-Persian treaty so-called Is an undertaking by which Persia sur render* her financial, railway and ? military interest* to the administration of Great Britain. It is evident that the politicians who ?tand against the ? urn t y in Teheran have concluded that tl.tre is little Persian eoverelgnty ?aj. maining. Hiaes Acts to Cot H. C. of L Rail Director Hines acted to cut living costs yesterday when he or rlerr-d regional directors to with hold vegetable refrigerator cars 'rom Jobber? and consignees who do ?ot unload promptly. Hines has reports showing holding of cars from four to ten dsys on the chance thst rising prices of vege tables would cov< r demurrage charges and yield s profit In addi tion. SHIP WRECKED; 141 ARE SAVED Rosalind's Passengers Are Rescued By I a iinrhe? From the jttocr at?nifurd. Co?a.. Sept 26.?Th. steamship HrfUnrt. . (Mr* tona. Capi. Mitchell, with 1*1 paaeeager* and s crew of *e??nty-o-re me*. I* ashore near here. The? j??? rr and crew *re reporte? safe, atvd it is hoped tbe ?***el caa te aal?age? The p.ssenger? are all from St. John's. Newfou_d__?, and Halif?t. Thr Rosalind left Halifax at 1 o'clock Tuesday for New York, car rying a general cargo a* well _> passes?*?**. She ran aahorr at t o'clock this morning. Passengers and ?-rev. were brought ashore la th*- ?hip'? boats and launches owaed b> .-inrn'ord citisene III. passenger? will be i?krn to ih?? Davenport Hotel MIE A ? HEARD IN POLICE QUIZ Denies Threat to Put Women's Bureau "Out Of Business." The Mcl-ean-Van Winckl* in? ident is closed and the matter ni issu? re solve.-: iteelt into one 04 veracity Nearly the entire session of the sub committee of the Pilliti Committee of th?- House, engaged in determining whether certain police officiali, shall hav? an increase ot salary, was de voted >esterday to determining wheth er Kdward B. McLean had threatened 10 pat the women's bureau of the police department "out of business." or words to that effect, and wh>. Milpean was the star witness and replied to a rapid tire of questions liom members of the committee and Conrad Syme. corporation coww-l **A ll.ini.Prou?. ??>." .Mr. McL<ean *-ai<l he didn't and Mr?. Van Winckle said he did. He was in sistent that he did not threaten to brlnff about the ...suit? gratini, of the bureau. Mrs. Van Winkle was equal ly ?Insistent that Mr Mcl_ean had made such threats on several occas ions. Mcl_ean explained that he would only attack such institutions when they "became a menace to the Dis trict." He regarded the women's bu reau as a "dangerous toy for nicc women to play with." Mrs. Van Winckle described her efforts to patch up the differonces between McLscan and herself with ?the view eventually of Ratting a fat check from him ?toward building ' a new house of detention. She averred he did promise in effect Un I "let bygom-s be bygrones." and to ?contribute a substantial sum for the [purpose named. Congressman Walters of Pennsyl vania insisted that Mr. McLean's m 1 terest in the young; iwoman about COSTINUBD ON PAGB TWo TRACTION CASE GOES OVER UNTIL TUESDAY Adjournment until Tuesday of th?? ! hearing before the I'ublir Utilities Commission on the application rf I the Washington Kailway and El.-c 1 trie Company for increased revenues* was ordered yesterday in an order to give William F. Ham. preaident of the company, an opportunity to arrange and submit a new a^pne plan of fare*. Opposition to any tone fare prop osition will be forthoomiiiK Trom citizens' representatives, it became apparent at the tempotary conclu sion of testimony Wednesday. William McK. Clayton, of the Fed eration of Cltixen.?' Associations, ex pressed surprise that the commis sion would consider such a plan, and it is expected that the new plan to be submitted Tuesday will Two More Dead in Strike; Rush State Police to Riot Area ?. Farrell, Pa., the Scene of New Outbreak. -Operators Assume the Offensive as Situ ation in Pittsburg District Reaches Maxi mum?One Plant Is Reopened. Pittsburg. Sept. 25.?Tbc stami strike appear? to bave wetscheti t? maximum io the districi tonight. The unions are fighting to hold ?rbat fsjuns they have ma?**? TW operator? are no?? ataomm?; the offeaaTte. after recovenng liom bW first ?hock of the waikoat. For the first time noce the stoke ?va? caQed the naikcmai cu?iubB tee for organizmg the iron and steeJ ?mi ko? -l-r?--*? rao aesr injaai to the union rank?. On the other basal, tbe oprTitnr* *?ne-?-J al ?-aat one plant -the Ranbn ?tt" of the Am-s-? a?. Steel aad wbt ?and asserted.that all other? m ?r*?p?fisa asar diaanng baci employes. GOVERNMENT WORKER FOR 25 YEARS DIES James Metrtn Eagle, ?t year, old.' for twenty -n* e year* an employ? ot the Tre_rnrr> Department, died *t_V o.oly ye*teroay mor_u?? from ba?tn [?Dure at his home in Forest ?l?_ ?tar?land Mr. Engle ,tr?areej to b? In the beat of health and hie death came as a shock to hi* .?mi. moa fnet?m\. He w... born In West Vire_da and bad lived in the rtcintt- or Washington for over a acore of years. He ire?*?? hie ?if. Mr.. Virginia H j ??u-ie, tar?e sous. ? "l__i<i? MeJ\ in and j Park*, and three daughters). Ta-nnta I ill!? and B__h*th F?neral arrangeasesvte will be an notine?ri __er GRAVES OF SOLDIER DEAD CARED FOR The are*?e* of T7.M0 ?ntrnaan ootr ?r. killed rn the Art-onne oBmMot hive bee? .added for the winter months and deoorated with Bowie by te? Kojx+H,? a? Calan-bu^ o*_???. aar retarte*, ara??statt H * at_?wnttit ?iven out veau-May by the war ixsi sei sfa. of the orv*mrs**jon Th? j rrsve? afl are in the arrest tU_*?-ene ?".mete? "Por"*? ts the ftrt-t anni versary of the Mer?e-Ar?onn* ol-( r< nstvr Sever*I pllt-nrr.ag?? b> Frenen peae ants led by the clerry ?nd mayor? oi : town- which the Americans fr**d in ; iheii advance Uiroturb the Argonn?. . have been arranged. in w?ich the. Knight.?? of Colnmbu.? also wfn take an active part Legion Makes Drive For 5,000 Nev? Members _ ? ? be American ">?G???. in Waehtnx ton will concentrate its beat effort-? for member??hip in 'he _??jeiatioo or" 11 lira? of OH world war The care r-aipTi which i.? beine conducted an s ciiy-wirj? t-?*is is deigned to bfina iri .'..?fio new member?? in the restrict of Columbia. Announcement was mad* by O Kessler, cnalrrnan of the drive or? mittee in the rrlstrtct of Colombia. U Col. Henry Tt tjndsley. chairman of ih? Joint national evectitrre eommit Tee. Eric Fisher Wood. ?*cretary. and Col. Franklin "voller a member of the national committee, would cot here from Xew York to speak trut-ing the campaign, and aastet in injeertJng enthusiasm Into the veteran* who are ???rolle.I nd their comardee as yet un enrolled J. A. Willard, manager of lb ceo*-, will hold Ameriran ?fjgion nu-ht this evening and members of the dif ferent posts will ?ssust Th?. Roble-y G>. Evans Pnen. which is componed of na-y veterans, will hold its first annual ball at Rauscher'.? ' tonight and many rsnkinc omcers of j the navy departmei?! wit he in at tendance "Red Book" Revelations Remain Sensation Berlin. Sept 55.?The revelation, of ?the Austrian "red book" continue to be the se-i:\i.tion of fhe hour in Ger many. Newspapers .?till print whole pases of excerpts from the Vienna documents. * ?G??-hly char--cteiistic of the political condition?, of the party strife and the utter lack of unity even from the most elemental national viewpoint, is the fuct that the impcrtant documents are dealt with not from the standpoint of a matter affecting the ?hole father lana. but from ti e ancle of the possi ble effect the rrvelatio l? will have on this or that political party. To the unsophisticated observer il might seem that anything tendina in any way to lessen the responsioni ? > of Germany in the Genesis of the Great War would be unanimously welcomed Clo?*? Or for Pane Searck. Philadelphia. Pa.. Sept. S.??earn ing that a pocket book containing Bla was missing, a conductor on an Arch street trolley car made prisoners of 1C passenger* this afternoon and re fused to open the doors until the money wa? tomi. ? h her d?ve?otitB_hf_nis of Cha ?ay ?? 1 *h ief wkurtmn. J Frrmn of Che iDiud Maate? ftwjo-? tin it. ?, bapaa a pcnanai fuqtuiy irao th? ??? ?f the wcnias and ?ahor ?^>????? i-f iwflj Rjot-Lnc va* genefiai at FarraB. ?a?!? ?Df man avid *? Xtmm -*ef_n .snipinc loa*, ?aricara, ?? kili?id bf a bell*?' ?ad i?Ml?i wa* I * I * ?taha starimi? oaruS^t?ot?. Jnodw <f*ed ef aVsBBjjBBBBBBBBsl *><?"? r ? ed ? ? ? lotlisjf ^BsHsftsBwf nitrht at WotT---?n ?tpeelal gasj~? in a ?nth ene ear tal r?-'? Uiejr hoi-aaa. io cop*- with ?*.: "emoti ponila The Oarae***? ?eeJ r*e.lrhon** of the oi-amimp. *wjare?-T rh-n ft wtatld pref-_r to ahm down th? for months nttfcer than ytoMl to ??tritreri- no**. Th?* rea rhf-p <?Ti-i ?? rtiat i?tjr" kvTi1 ws*w*%*rt?3 nw ? of the oftra ?"????!.!"*! e4en*B?rn ?t. t*??? ?Imert-aa-n FV-atJi1 ra ?Jon nf l*e-r?r veto* ntt?-.y. ?rrfraat * ?*jpad of a?vant^ of t?r -->??-. G- -*.m?*al Of ^Tjirt-pi t>?T?ir a?. UTrlt-v (tp*?> ojtihBiion?* Th* B-t h ?**?**1 m ????* l Com4?? ? > ? ???p?r mm? a r?fo*eJ V? rh*? ?>?. O* th* ??? tl G??? I r^WTTfnt tt?*- of *T-?-"l and ataH -r?Tk?-rp. 't wee ??>?? I ten Uh. Tn' < 01 piu. w-hi-\b wat? ewn trolled *? t^af-tv-i? M .Vh*vml> ajid ip t h ? laiy. at * rtd? p#> rrd ' p t i-t ?*e I eoe> pe_rrf tn t-h* -~?Mrn t_ry erar ?iw-i that ptrftna I to ?.??* ??? a tinton ? o^lV? 4s?r?? ***-fntnrrt*?* w-rmld ruaatt re & ?at?"???_?* ?w? Srj'o'U'day iiH*>"n_Lng. The i*-tT-.r of E. ft- <??t?<?. preeV dVnt e? th** *-orT*r*anr. atatad thai h*? w^-tarld not reper? fr-ntn bte vwttaf ?" untoti* of ??"buttih" wtT*n e'trTT*9&mMMst\. That ??itetOTFt fi* tr? ar-t on ni tw*aj*??? ?? ef tnd>ri6ua> ?*?t??1??*t er ^tt*??#> without refw*T**nr?r t<- tur rnrton WILL SUBMIT TO BOARD of AircmttTKW. owly An reff??? to feobmrt til. st???' ?tTflle Co ?ri ? rTSl r ?rton boas?* b?kj? ?ill!? '? ffeT F-res-ielem WTlsr-? ?ras bb*> ?w? terda..- Bbbb?*bbb?B b? John G????? riok. chah-mer ?if the orexrtstn r ejornmfttee of thr .?feel ie?fc.? ? Tb*. off??? ?ras rrsnV To C**? Asrisre ?>m?rnltte? on FMucarion ?rwl tjatmr before which FttApsir-k ?prwan-d re> ?rrvr? the -rtrtttonr- .,?" et ttw* ??? tr?Jr?-rVwy. In rvsjt*? t o r?trvrsj er. ?e? ?on.? t>r S-nator Kenrm r-tsrrre Of tre? e??-?!?!????? ?? ??? ?? ? -? Sa Ni that If th- 5?t??s ?-V?r??r-aft-_ wrml.l Sfr-? to arbttratr end woaM ??-. mit Or* Pra?>*sjit tr nam- tb? orw-1 ot ?rwftratioo. th? fr-rfk?. wranV* ho cali??! off ra-Trrjlrir rv? iinuW e* rtw? ?rbtlratvor ?a m *tvis?i ?ii vii??? Sanato? k-ojror sasd after uve . _m mltter hearins thai rw ?r?,'l twrr ,-r?pti U> Ibbwss vrrt-ori --?- ?_ rcent? to Wx-rlng-jip. U-p trr-m.. r?ne_ ra-u-d by Un- striker?? ? ma mi Dilli ?nd sunran thai th? rnattsw tw> laM br-rore jQJav- Gary ter >lv Steel e-TK-poratior If sii Gar?- wmim -?sbtTsk tr ? . onlr-ren? no?. wrjajM not thai ?SMI thr strike*" Senator Kenwon aasBai KltspaLnck "Ve." Pltzpatnrk reprw?! "If tir? comparile?, ajrree te remar all ???????????? to ajt-UatHsii w?w?V It not ?nd the strike*-* "Tes. We would br wurstig le ??** mit oar cri?-? aiK-** U) ? hoarrt *a>> pointed by the Pr?j?rro>?ii " "Would you be willing, if that a?? ? done to call off the strike?' Gwrwse-r? ?a Staaa ?????-. I h?\-e no authority te osti ?at th. strike That must be done b? the n?tiona' ?-ommittec. But from bjjb krrowledtre of the men W.io haw? the strike In charce. they waold It* willing to ?end the raen back to tta* mill* on that baal?." ?-Itsnatriek was before the <vnT?u?n tee all day Today rlamuel CJoro per?. president of the American Fw?V ? awaBsB of Labor, is to be heard, aaal thr t-ommillee will haar als? Waltaas 7.. Poster, ??eretar? of l**e ?Sas? workers' ??mmlttae. Judge Gary will appear before the committee awsBt Wexlnasjay ? The committee ?s esnsidering tw? sdvlssbiilt..- of vtsttlnE some ?f ths minina i??TKme for the purrasse et vbtaning nr*Ul?a??d_ taf oi mauo? aa, ^-arttins ?