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THE WEATHER v. ?. aaymeme? Fair and om9sm? cool to?"Uy: Tuesday, ixxgliejt t-anpenOure yesterday. 60; low THE WASHINGTON HERALD The Net Circulation of Thia Newspaper sSunday Was 30,215 ? FOOTBALL and RAqNG ?to?**? the red blood tATwma tkroa^b reader? of Th?? Herald's Sport? Page? thr best and fairest in Washna-to?. f "Get in the came" by reading The " *" every day. NO. 4733 WASHINGTON. D. C MONDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1919. ONE CENT ?JE SENATOR'S LETTER ON PRESIDENT'S ILLNESS CAUSES A SENSATION SOLDIERS UNLOAD SHIPS AS STRIKING DOCK HANDS STAND BY _ U. S. AIMS BLOW AT STRIKERS ?detachment from Camp Merritt Is Rushed to Ho boken in Government's First Attempt to Defeat The Longshoremen. 125,000 NOW ARE IDLE; HINT AT NEGOTIATION Result of Ballot on Ending Walkout Will Be Known Wednesday ? Baltimore Hands Refuse to Go Out In Sympathy. New York. Oct. 12.?The first ?ction by thr government as a result of the longshoremen's strike was seen today, when, in accord ance with Secretary of War Ba ker's orders, troops were hurried from Camp Meiritt to Hoboken to help unload the transport Northern Pacific, among whose passengers were Col. ?. M. House ind foreign delegates to the Chamber of Commerce conference. The soldiers turned in with a will, assisting the ship's crew in unloading thr big steamer, while a large crowd si striking longshoremen stood idly by watch ing. They also wire engaged in coaling the President Grant, pre paratory to its clearance for Eu ropean port?.. This ?a< thr lirsl attempt ?o break lhe strike No demonstra tion v?a> made A conference today was held with a view of presenting the Kailroad Administration's view of the situation, but it was stated that thr meeting might Irad to negotiations which would consider settlement o? the whole difficulty. WaOt t?rlmm t conte?. Tho union mi ? ? ere represented by i'liaU.- frniii Lhe Marine Workers' M?lliatloii. ihr Pori and Termina! C-N'TlSfBD tm MM Tun (Vornan Invalid Hurt In Fall from Window Mi.-- Elizabeth Woodward, MIS Twentieth street northwest, was In lurrd seriously yesterday afternoon srhrn she plunged from th. second itory window of her home. She was treated by Pr. Robert 3. Brale. and then sent to the Em.rf.ncjr tlnspital. She will recover. Miss Woodward has been under '.he treatment of Dr. M. F. Cuthbert. 1*42 itho?!?? Island avrnue north west. f??r nervousness*. AT WASHINGTON THEATERS Shubert-Garrick?"Tea for 3." Poll's?"Parlor, Bedroom and Bath." National?"Three Faces East. Shubert-Belasco ? "A Little Journey." B. F. Keiths?Vaudeville. Moore's Garden?D. W. Grif fith's production, "The Fall of Babylon." Moore's Rialto?Houdini in "The Grim Game." Moore's Strand?Anita Stew art in "Her Kingdom of Dreams." Loew's Palace? Billie Burke in "Sadie Love." Loew's Columbia?Marguerite Clark in "Widow by Proxy." Cosmos?Vaudeville and mo tion pictures. CrandaU's Metropolitan?Paul ine Frederick in "Bonds of Lowe." CrandaU's Knickerbocker ? Pauline Frederick in "Bonds of Love," and Ben Turpin in "Uncle Tom Without the Cabin." CrandaU's?Douglas Fairbanks in "His Majesty, tbe Ameri can." Gayety ? Burlesque; Harry Hastings. Lyceum?Burlesque ; "Mischief Makers." HERALD NEWS BULLETINS BY TELEGRAPH L New York?Col. House arrives from Europe very fll. Lawrenceville. Va. ? Hundreds joined posse after negro who | robbed bank of $15.000. New York.?Ten thousand ex : pressmen threaten to strike. New York.?United States sol diers unload vessels as longshore men strike. Philadelphia.?Vare brothers en dorse Representative Moore for mayor. Baltimore.?Home of James Cun ningham robbed of $6,000 in cash. San Francisco.?Lieut. Maynard, who won cross-country air flight, says he ?vili return to pulpit on ' leaving army. Anniston, Ala.?James M. Mc Farland, Florida contractor, killed by auto. Blairsville. Ga? ? Two Crawley I brothers sentenced to hang for killing Deputy Marshal Dixon. BY CABLE. London. ? Sir Thomas Lipton wants cup race June 24, igao. Anneemasse. France. ? Courier from Rome brings news that Fiume situation is growing worse Copenhagen. ? Prohibition for Denmark to be voted on soon. London.?The Letts seek truce with Russian Bolsheviks. Berlin.?German-Russian troops occupy Riga after severe fighting. Rome.?Italian peasants raiding many estates. Paris. ? Ratification of peace treaty by France a ?rtctory for Clemenceau. riMOTrff m?hEA teste at ?***? Infrr.-lInK fleur?*? at ihr flmt In?, m*. (Hal Coa fer mer i- Timothy *?h*>?, president ot the Hr-.lhrrho*?d or Kirrmen atid ?????tG?, Thr photo w?* taken la front off tkr Pai Aairr Iraa Bulldlnc BY TELEGRAPH Chicago.?Emma and Shirley Luikart, babies poisoned by their mother, will recover. Indianapolis' ? Sugar shortage more critical; women form lines :o get supply. \ WASHINGTON: President's condition unchanged. Sunday's highest temperature 69. Police salary bill may be voted on in House today. Maj. E. W. R. Ewing and J. Roy Price elected to office by Confed erate Sons at Atlanta. Newa of impending appointment of Dr. Van Schaick aa District Commission er creates big surprise. Club formed to boom Robert Miller for Republican delegafe to national convention. Senator Hiram Johnson will re turn to Washington Wednesday from Western tour. Next census expected to show 110,000,000 in United States Home of Mrs. Anna Brown 3105 Thirty-fourth street north west, robbed of $1,330 worth of jewelry. Mrs. Ada Calvert, found uncon scious on street corner, dies at Emergency from poisoning. Secretary Lane says illiteracy must be banished in U. S. Industrial Conference resumes meetings tomorrow. Mrs. Elizabeth Woodward, Mt. Rainier, said to have jumped from second story window, is severely injured. SPORTING Laurel ? Track muddy. Large lelds for today. Semi-pro football games post poned due to rain. Junior baseball championship game postponed; rain. Paris?Eddie McGoorty loses decision to Baine V NEWS IN MORE DETAIL IN OTHER COLUMNS AMER!CANIZATION BIG PROBLEM BEFORE U. S., SAYS SEC. LANE ? - Millions oi Men. Women and Children, Con stituting Grave Danger to Nation as Easyj Victims of Propaganda, Must Re Delivered! From Bondage of Illiteracy. IK? Declares.I I It- MH\hll\ ?. I IM' >frrrlary of tke Interior and < bale i mm af thr Inda.trtnl Ceafereeee. The primary purpose of the Amer I iranization bill whieh is now before Congress is to abolish illiteracy In the United States, and the plan pro poned is co-operative action between the Fede.ral and State governments, whereby the States would be asked to pa.?? legislation in which they would meet on a flfty-flfty basis the federa! appropriations. This is one of the largest prob lems in the United States?largor than any particular material prob lem. We must deliver from bondage .millions of children and men and ? women?liberate them from the blinders of ignorance, that all the wealth of literature and the knowl edge that comes from the printed word may be revealed to them. Henne. Irirrlniba. We must help them to an under standing of our ideals, our traditions, our opportunities, thia is the very Bret step in weaving them Into our flag? the very flrst step In our process of Americanization. It has never seemed to me that it was di'tiruli to define Americanization or Americanism: "I appreciate some thing. I admire something, I love something. I want my neighbors to appreciate and love that thing too. That something ts America." Tbe process la not one of science; the process Is one of humanity. There Is no way by which we can make anyone feel that lt ta a splendid thing to be an American, unless we are our selves interpreters of Americanism by our kindness, our courage, our gener osity and our fairness. We want to Interpret America In boys and girls and men and women that read and write. We want to Interpret America in better housing conditions and de cent wams. A MSB's Land. That ia Americanism In the eon crete?reduced to practical terms. ! This Is the spirit of the Declaration of Independence puf Into terms that sre social snd economic. From the flrst this spirit has been generous. It has extended the open I hand across the seas. This was a man's land?a place of test. Ths art that was most needed was the art of getting on. If literature and sci ence and experiment were to come, they most be founded npon the solid rock of self-sustained, unpatronized people. The America-i was to be a joorney I man ?iolnr his bit at th?? m?kln?- of i the land. Tf this wa? not a vsorth ' while Job there wa.? no pinco for th? I stranger. We had min? ? t?t dig. welts | to drill, building* to ereet. railroads | to cons'mct, and everyone must do ' hit? sn?*r*. And the test of our de | mocracy is In our ability to absorb that man and incorp?rate him into th? body of our life as an American. Illlter??-? <.r?ii(. This man is our ?:harsre?our op portunity. Give him a ?limps- Into the philosophy which underlie? our struggles and hr will turn Into a cheerful worker in the making of America a* have all the rest who preceded him. But we cannot interpret America t?? those whoae eyes are blind and whose ears are closed becaus?? they do not read, write or speak our lan guage. Nearly two years ago I sent a communication to the Senate giving the figures of illiteracy in the Unit ed States, showing a condition where practically, in the rough, one per son out of every ten that you meet a>**?*???G> ON PACB TWO POISOlD?ABES ! WILL RECOVER ?Edna Luikart Past Crisis While Sister Shirley Has Even Chance. Chicago, Oet G2. ? Dr. Thomas H. Carter, at Columbus Hospital, declared to day that Kdna Luikart win recover and that Shirley, the other baby pol soced by their mother, has Improved so that she now has an even chance. Edna has passed the crisis, according to a statement ieaued at 4 o'clock this morning. Shirley's condition was not satisfac tory, but affords ?-rounds for hop?. If able to prevent a hemorrhage within the next 24 hours, ahe will have an ?ven Chane?, the statement eon eluded. Shirley was listless when *M wasn't delirious. She waa too weak to stroke the foziy animals, aad golden-haired doll beside her ? smile wa? bar only response to i-aresse? and noi*? ? lisent? lavished upon ber. ? POLICE SALARY BILL UP TODAY Vote on Measure May Be Reached in the House. A vote may be reached In th?* House today on tho bill to increase the sal arie.*- of Washington policmen. li WS.?? announced last night that <.*hairroan Mapes of the PI?trtOt coni mi ttee will insist upon carr> insr out his schedule, ae this is what is known at* "District Day* in tho Hou?'. Any attempts to set aside the con side ration of District business will be restricted. It Is understood the first measur?? marked for consideration is the bill in creasing the salaries of the police men. The bill covering this matter was drafted by a special subcommittee headed by Congressman Norman J. j Gould of New York. It was said last niKht that a number of policemen will attend the session of the Ifouse to learn first hand the fate of the bill. Another measure on Chairman Mapes* program for today's considera tion is the Johnson bill repealing the lease of the Washington Market Com pany and the purchase of the com pany's buildings and so on within six months thereafter. Cafllaui Seeks Office. Paris, Oct. 12.?The candidacy of e-Premier Joseph Caillaux. now awaiting trial for *intellia*ence with the enemy." for election to the Chamber of Deputies, has been re newed. He has announced he will stand for election in his former con stituency, in the department of Sarthe WORLD LABOR ! CONFERENCE IS CALLED OCT. 29 SecretaryWilson Announces Date for Assembly in Washington. MUST BE THIS MONTH Cannot Convene After Oc tober Without Amend ing the Treaty. .Secretary of Iaabor Wilson yesterday informed S-scretary of Stete Lansing of hia Intention to officially open the International Iaabor conference In Washington on October L**>. in pursu ance of the call for the conference is sued by the President. ln his letter to Secretary Iaansing announcing hi* intention. Secretary Wilson said : "In view of the uncertainty ?* to ? uat when the ?,??.?- ? treaty will be come effective and as to how many nation*, if any. will be member? of tbe league of nations by October 29. the ?lay aet for the convening of the In ternational Iaabor Conference. I beg to announce that the following policy haa ??een determine?! u*?on: Aaa?aae*sa*a? by fteserrtary. "1. The ?Secretary of Iaalxor, in ac cordance with the call issued by the President, will open tbe conference at the time spescifled in the call and re ceive the credentials of the delegates, if any ar* there presented. ".'. If, at the date of the opening of the conference, the treaty ha* become effective through ratification by tba r??-?'u?1te. uiunber of power? ajad ? league of nations 1* in existence ?and properly authorised r?presentative* of any member* of s?ich league avre pres ent at. the Ijmi of tbe opening of the cotiferetkSe, the Secretary of lj?bor will proceed to call such conference La order ard to organi-L* it. It will than !?r within the province and power of I ihe duly inali tied representatives then and there ? present In take such ad . journmeiii. if any. as they may deem wise, in order that, before proceedini wtth th*- agenda, a more complete membership of the league may be se cured. ?AS* G*???? I-Tal? sismi, "-. If the treaty has not become effective by Oct??ber 2S. or. If It has no qualified representatives of mem bers present, the government <?f the I'nited States will adjourn further steps ln the organisation of the con ference ontll a tinte, when It may be expected that sufficient duly quali fied representatives of members can he present so that the organisation of the conference may be perfected. "There is no provision in the treaty under the authority of which any government, or any body of representatives of any government, can postpone the conference or au thorise Its convocation other than in the month of October. If the con ference i? not convened in October, lit cannot be convened at all with out an amendment to the treaty. "Under the treaty, the I'nited , State? is given authority not only I to make arrangement? for conven : Ing. but nlso for the organisation of the conference." Rifa Captors Mnacetj. Berlin. Oct. 12.?Fifty thousand 1 laethonians are reported to have been landed at I.lbau from British warships. This force, it is declared here, ia to outflank Oon. Bermondt's troops, which captured Riga. Our Mothers Bible The Washington Herald Will print "Our Mother's Bible" in serial form. One or more chapters will appear each day. WHEN you were young, much too young, perhaps, to understand its entire meaning, your mother read to you from what is known as "Our Mother's Bible." the old and more popular version of the Scriptures. Have you, since the days you knelt at your mother's knee, read the Greatest Word ever handed down to man?the most fascinat ing Book in die world's history? GUARD PRAISES HUSTLING YEGGS Cafe Watchman See? Safe Caned From Another R -'auran' and Adnv'e?. Jo'.?. Philadelphia. Ort 1; -Sam Maloy .? ? night watchman ps.d to guard s Thompson restauran!. He ha. had tb. ? job for eight years snd hs? don. bis d'itv ?veil, his employer?? ssy. Hut when he saw s gang drive up and csrry the ?afe away from s Child? restaurant s few doors swtiy. be bsd it?, f. nc to M) afcout It. 'Sure. I knew they were robber.." Sam told the insurance man. "I us them break In and I must hand it to them tbe way they hustled. Why, in ten minutes they were tone with the] safe. I wouldn't be able to identify ' them?didn't psy much attention to theit faces. "They were smart young men. I'll say." CHILL FOLLOWS HOT WAVE HERE Cold Rain Accompanies Mercury Drop That Makes Whole City Shiver. Washington westher I? emulating the doing.? of the topsy-turvy world. Its Just one bio..m In g thing after another. Yesterday the mercury dropped to 4? degrees after having been around ?0 the dsy before?the hottest Octo bar 11 here on record. The thermometer took Its down ward ??ht y?tor day while the city' ?ts? hrias drenched la ooM mia. ' Troia 4 ? ?p. until S p. m the mer cury remained sround 4?. Todsy's forecast is fair and cool er. Tomorrow the westher man de clares will be warmer. The .-ijddrn change in weather, it] . wa? explained, came about from the . shifting of winds from the South' ! Saturday to the North yesterday, j Whereas Washington has been | bakinc in South Atlantic Coast 'weather during the first October) ? days. It is now under the itmo ?pheric influences of Canada and the | Great Lakes. Weather bureau eflieials are ia-i fcllned to believe that Washington's "hottest October** is s thing of the past and that householders shortly .will hsve to look sfter the bese-I . ment furnaces. CHARGEST?KERWTTH KEEPING PRICES HIGH | Charge* that Secretary of War Ba- ? ? ker helped maintain the high cost of ? ! living In this country hy saeriftetng great quantities of foodstuffs' and ? supplies sbroad sre made by the ? i House Subcommittee on War Ex- , j penditure?. I Chairman Johnson lately returned ! from Prance with information on '. which Is based the committee's Mle 1 g?tions against the Secretary of War. ! On April 1*. last, according to the I charges, Mr. Baker ord? ted that ?more than ?1 .000.000.CW worth of sur ! plus supplies, including foodstuffs. shoes, clothing, textiles, and other necessities of life, be t-acrldi-ed "at any price" In Europe. i In accordance with these instruc ! tions. according to the subcommittee. supplies and commodities wihch cost the I'nited States approximate). t1.43e.000.onr? were sold to the French government for the r^und sum of .400.000.000, or less than one-third the cost price. avXPE?^oTsi^lO REVEAL 110,000,000 Sam Rogers. Director of the Cen sus, will begin to count noses In the United States January 1. "To count the people is a big Job. but I have the finest working ma chine in and out of Washington." aaya the census director. The Census Bureau estimates the count will show 110.000.000 people as against the IMO population of Sl.t72.2t?. The work of gathering data will be completed in two weeks after It starts. The big Job wil be com piling it. Figures on the total population will not be ready till fall of UM. The only additional information this census will show, not Included in previous decennial censuses, will be the amount of ' mortgage? oa homes. Stockholm, Oct. 12.?An Eathonian communlqse received hero today de clared the Lettish government had abandon?? ItIga aad waa now loeated at deapoW. Moses Declares Wilson Permanently Disabled By Breakdown in the West More Complete Statement By Physicians As to the Executive's Condition May B? Expected Early This Week, It Is Asserted As a Result of Alleged Disclosures B\ New Hampshire Man. Dr. Grayson issued the following bulletin at 10 o'clock, la? nifi-:' on the condition o? the President : "The President i* in good spirits and ha* h?d * re?* tul. d?v." There was no amplification of the bulletin, and it Ml ?r..'.ouoce?? that Dr. Grayson had gone home for the night. President Wilson's illness was nlaced in an inexplicable tSAmmsst yesterday by the publication of a 1er. er ?-/ritten by Sen.-.'or Georg H. Moms (Republican), o? Ne** Hampshire ?r? ine le'scer.e ol White House officials, including Rear Admiral Grayson. t.?<- Prenden? ? personal physician, to discuss its conten?. ??Arre* ?iirss?.?. ?*?*??* ?ora. ?* ?*>nator Mows m? not ?t i.onv yeaterday. noi c-oui-J b* b* ?ocat -*d ?n any of th?? clutt? at the Oart?*l There m no fioul? vtMOTver. tha? h* ?rot* th?? letter, bui ti.? r?- im ImM that h" wrote It for pu Mi cu tion. U was made public tn Kontan Batwlwa) evening, and itF KUbrt&nr' wa> mad* known ?? ?G?-te ?*???*??- ?fflciolp yrt> terday. Senator Mpst??. who hit ii-**en on* of th*? F*resi?lent> ?-?iUereM Baca, *-a - the "Prei*ident ha.- ?uffered som? kind of ? cerei--a! 1<*-:?*>?. either dur ine Me speech at Pueblo or tmme diateiy thereafter, and one of the readily dieoernib-e result* If a aliffht facial paral vai**.'* He adda thai the Prejid*tnt "may live.' but *-a> .? h* will not be any material force ot iactor in anytau*." ti?7M-* Hefwar??. K*-*-?r-? Earli??r In th?? ?a*? v"";*?n t*-*- *ub stance ?->f the M?.*-*-- >,t?*r win put to Dr. ?"?rayson IwT a d?finit?? answer he ff-un-T**?! it with. "If ????4 a doctorr* To thi? he wod??.-, that th*? Senator must haw* information which he did not have, and maa? tton'-'d som-Mbing about tb?? crMib.t ity of a lonp dtstan?~e *Ji?/no?i* Tb?? fact r#>main.- bowewer. that ??OMtioni* a*k<*d y?-?*? ? rda*? mm to whether or not th*? Pre,?1d?*at had .?ulTered a cerebral ???*-???. w??re un an*w??red at th?? Whit?? H?mji-?*. and the ?tien?*? rei-a?l^d many of th*? ru mor* ?nd report* in ejrrylat?on ut the < Api toi thromrhoet th**? ?* M w ^ek. Vice Pr?".*.id*-*nt MarrhalL it may b?? talen authoritatively, ha? ??.? been ape-r^-ached by anyone 1n a po sition to know the exact nature of SPURNS WOMAN AS RIVAL DIES Man Affirms Love for Girl Who Diced for Him, Lost and killed Self. Makdnd. Oct. li.?The love or two GUon fx*her frirta for isidro laxf?i?Tilr. & younp ?? acati? mi th. haw? had a tr?*-*? ??ndira-;. The ?Tiri* resotved to resort to a throw of dice to determine who .-Isould he the f?i-ethean ?if tli? bUektmith who, by the way, wa* entirely la-nor fuit of being the cause of th?.- .?tranc?* ordeal Twenty-tv\o-\ ?ar-old Isahel ? an en? thre-a lis? low number, and nnnis? diateiy renounced h?rr claim to the blat-ksmtth in favor of h. r rirai. laou i?a Garcia, wlto is ? ? violent pal?' ra?;?'-* nvxt rtvornin^ and. at the he irti t of It 1-abel Car rt-na was aeen to put to -ea in a frail skiff. The craft wa* ?soon In difficult? but the Ctrl mana-red to navigate for some time. Then a great wave ?truck the akltT and the girt perishei?]. The blacksmith now avers that h* was In love with the dead f-irt and that on no account wil he have any thing to do with laoula* i-*arela Woman Found in Street Diet ?t?p? Poisoning Mr* Ada CalTx-rt. aaed S. of Mount Rainler. Md.. died from poltonlxx?; at Casualty Hospital at ll.*?? a. terday. Mr? Calvarl wa? found oixootiaselnu? on the raaa-eixVFnt at ?Seventh and G st-waU northeaet, shortly after 1* odock. Sh? waa sent to th? hospital In a private automobile Ph-rmcxaa? worked over her for more ?Lavan two hours, when ahe died. Threo ?e ounce botxaaa of ?-arbolte ?cid ???? fo?md in the j et. paHoc sax eiaViMMsTr Leon Seheaeka. It?. Klath *tre?t ??orthw-wt. r?poTt*d th? Uvttft of tTM th*? ?*?**?F4??"* ?il??*? ni w it h ih* . sutsZerUuti that li?? f>r--t?-*>r* "? ?* t-uine U?** du':-??* of th* Chief Exe? u Mv* Whil? . from ? natio??' M*?d ?'????. iht-r* ar?? lew e mer ? em > vai - i-i - to ?mil io th* attention ?4 tb* ? ? * ?.id* ni. th???' are ?e vert bela** ???> important foreign questi??? auaitin* d<?,.-ion ari?. Jadrm*rt ?nd :b? coming we-?k doubtleav will call ?"or a "?h"w down" or the pre?? ? nt'? condition from thoae who have been attendi??* I-ini aad tbi?. of couree, mean? hi* phftficlaat That poi tion *-*f e>nator Mone.*' lei tei which ?-?'-i? tu a t_*rebral lenoe and the ?ii*l.'.. .acial parai?sie ha? oe-a-b a a-mm??? t umor in Wbvhinff tr *. for the pi, M v- ?k. The rra*?a>?L ? ma) "be **??? he- ?jflCe-1 ? un. tin to tin??- n*ith a? *'???**nt twitching of b? ?ace. Thi* i?r '.t. h?? .>??? ? ?dan?? ?..t?? *v ?, .-o V U ! pari mx y*ar> Ile. iuo?V- pfi. I O?Miv? u< .? t a?... I-Wa COLHOUSE HOME. A VERY ILL MAf! Will Rest in New York Be fore Coming on to Washington. Sew To?* Oct r.? - Mear-i H. liou.-e. chief ?dvarr to Pre.-idrnt ?*?... ? son. snd represen ta Uve of the Pnr?? | dent in pan.- for .-c\cral months, re t turned from I.urope toda^ on the ? ?import Voruiem Isaf"- , .?-, ,c? min "This is the nrat *a> 1 tagte be-n wiUwut lever sia ? I -ailed he sei? ?lien asked aboer hi? he-?|ij- \\ . ? no' mfluefim G mtii to ;el ba? tt I? ? my home her?' an?; ^ . mod ic-? ? I hope to be ih,, lu g? on te ?'?? n ington in s we-k or so.' To a question f ?-ardir;; flie -tat? of the leas?' oi nation,-. House -?... "There is nothing to ix -ai.i un ;u. ?object F>erything that . ??,? ? j said in thst connect ???? ' ;, ??. . ? The thine to I? don? no? . ? j ?-ork and ;iy to Me;,d?. ?no | quilis? the world UPTON WANTS CUP RACE JUNE 24 NEXT 1 laOfHiOIV Oct ? "I li.j\< .-??; o.- . 'Tune Tl tf the ttatt ist th- in ?t i^.? ?for the Amert.s*. G*****." - ? >n ? : Thomas L-lpton la?ai Out tl. N>? ?Tork Yacht Club, of I our; I I, privil?ge of naming the Uste.- snd there is som? reason to believe tha' they wil ?? it later snd it t? quit . possible they may ?e|c.-t snothei ?course than Sandy Hook. j "Whatever ahmt eteam*. I knee they'll show the uuno.-i fa ime--s I re been racing in An? Mean MMM loi twenty years and Have alva> s been treated kindly snd fairly ' Cap? Barton, an amateur sailei with a record of over a ihou-aim racer - Ith bis own yacht, will sail the chal lenge-- and will have full charge af the pr?par?t ioni Some slight change. will be made in Shamrock IV whkf* Is the fastest boat of her kind. I hav. ever known. French Ratification Triumph fw Premier Parts. Oct. II ?Ratiftcetier. of tbe treaty of Verseiltes br the rrtamt ?Senate last night was a ?erltaM? trl? Impb for G? anal ? r Clwif naao ' wbo spoke at length Isittott the ?nel wet* mram taken and wba?* limarti ?rare heartily applauded Only one voice waa looking to ?bl tba ratification unaaliao? that ef ?unatar de la Baya. Ua rtibtdai?