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To-lay aad tomorrow, fair; allffhtly warmrr tomorrow; raatl? sb If tini wind?. Highest temparatur? yesterday. 4?: low ?at. 10. THE WASHINGTON HERALD THE SUNDAY HERALD ? a h*e harp?a at I ?eats a oopy. It ?a?? mt mem exolusi-e reataras NO. 4766 Yeatct-fay't Net Circulation, 49,123 WASHINGTON. D. C.. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1919. ONE CENTER MINERS AND OPERATORS TOLD TO TAKE PROMPT ACTION WAR MEAT OF REDS IN WESTFEARED Former Service Men ir Spokane, Wash.. Armed To Meet 1,000 Radical. Said to Be Marching Toward that City. AUTHORITIES ACTIVE, HUNDREDS ARRESTED .Memorval Services for Sol diers Slain During Arm istice Day Parade Bring No Further Outbreak in Central ia. Centrali.!, Wash , Nov. l*\.?A i report from Spokane tonight saie lhat more than t.ooo I. W. W/l had threatened an invasion of th< town. Former service men wen being armed to meet the agitator: n they appeared. The machinery of law and order hai Ofen net In motion throughout, th* Sr-rthwest to suppress th? I. W. W ?Si latore and radical.?*? who wen '.eld responsible for the slaying *?l tour former service men during th? aimistice day ??debration here. ??????lit *-ivil authorities and ?.?fTV ? ' ? ntf thr law are mobilizing the!. lOrrea tor a drive against enemie. ? G the j;??rrmirent. Keports were ? ecei vtd from ? ??.ore of towns that 1. W. W. head leaders hud b**?*n raided ami liter iiuie MeixeJ il iiidred.?. ?if arresti '?a*??* been made in eitle? and tow in - hroitgh ih- N'ori h we-1 -?ince thi -??ilru^ce hei e. '.f**i?H?rtei *'. . _?* ? ?>? .p?*?. - imrt ?*-einy for ?? mea who ?? t th*-ir Uwxft Tuesday n **?, ttmrnXm+ta, IlMT? wouK he another ?lem*?ii-itr?tion against pe_njMM _ri>j>ed of I mm 115 agitators but lh** throiitr** wer?- orderly. Word from Seattle ?aid the l.'mor Kecord. orear of the Central I-a hoi ? ou net I. had been clos-ed for a second tini** this evening bv a I'niled Slate? ?<*pul y nur. lui I wh<? acted under or rJcn frcm ?'riiied Him District At* .??rney SaunaVrs The paper waa sup? piAseed yesterday but allowed to re Mime publication. T h ret? edtttoos hac been prtn*>d when it vrna closed to day Ten I. W. mWm'm arrested folio win? ?he assassination? her?* Tuesday wer? rormally charge.? with murder In the brst degree today All but one. n '*aa aald. are hi cus tod ? The mar being sought Is Eert Bland. It is be lieved he haa tied the -State and hta description was sent r?roadcas1 Throughout the country Report? $150 Stolen. Mis?, Carri? T. Kinn. 26 Twelftli street southwest, reports stolen fron tier room yesterday liw? in bill AT WASHINGTON THEATERS Shubert-Belasco?Lenore UI rie in The Son-Daughter." National ? Julia Sanderson and Joseph Cawtru.n in "The Canary." Shubert-Garrick ? "When a Man's a Man." Poli'??"Irene." with Edith Day. Crandall's Metropolitan ? Viola Dana in "Please Get Married." Moore'* Rialto ? "Anne of Green Gables." Loew's Palace?Douglas Mac Lean in "23?/? Hours Leave." Crandall's Knickerbocker ? Alice Joyce in "The Win chester Woman." Crandall'??Gladys Brockwell in "Chasing Rainbows." Moore's Garden ? "Soldiers of Fortune." Moore's Strand ? "Yankee Doodle in Berlin." Loew's Columbia ? Sessue Hayakawa in "The Illus trious Prince." B. F. Keith's?Vaudeville. Cosmo??Continuous Vaude ville and pictures. Gayety?Burlesque; "Behman Show." Lyceum ? Burlesque; "Oh, Frenchy." BULLETINS BY TELEGRAPH. . Central?*, Wish. ? Soldier? in Spokane aimed to repel threatened attack of 1,000 radi cala marchine toward city. Chicago?Minera in all targe fields again remained away from work. Wait conference decision. New York?Federal Judge Hand holds Federal prohibi tion law enforcement valid. Albany, N. Y.?Birth rate in New York shows increase, death rate is lower. Patterson, N. J.?Two Italian soldiers light duel for girl. Toledo, Ohio?Four thou sand buses are operating here, during the street car strike. Cleveland, Ohio?Employes of the leveland Steel Company returned to work. Louisville, Ky.?Two distil leries sell whisky at $75 a case. Charleston, W. Va.?Depart ment of Justice agents busy rounding up radicals in this section. Wilmington, Del.?Negroes arrested in the murder of a policeman taken to Philadel phia to prevent lynching. WASHINGTON: Prince of Wales bids (arc well to Washington and leaves for White Sulphur Spring?, W. Va. Forme? Representative Clar ence ? Miller is fined $10 for engaging in argument with policeman. Pretty Grace Pyles faints when she is sentenced to eigh teen months in jail for thefts. Two "gun toters" face judge ; one given sixty days. Refiners ask United States to allow them one cent more a pound on sugar. "City Unemployment Bu reau" organization planned to solve idle problem. Coal miners and operators warned by Secretary Wilson they must act promptly to settle dispute. Secretary Lansing denies Belgium shipping arms into Mexico. Sugar refiners call upon offi cials of Department of Jus: tice claim retailers profiteer. BY CABLE: London - American cotton dealers are warned of a boy cott by British firms. Berlin?Field Marshal Hin denburg declines to make any apology for his decisions dur ing war. Plymouth. Eng.?Lady Astor sharply replie-? to those who call her snobbish. Berlin ? President Wilson's "home consumption" policy is criticise?! here Rome ? Military aviator climbs 5,000 meters m 11 min utes: new world record. Paris?German delegates to sign pr oet ocal of Peace Con ference to arrive today. BY CONGRESS t Vote on clause to end treaty debate to be taken today. First clash i nHouse on rail bill results in victoiy for the unions \ SPORTING: Coach Tracy, of Catholic University eleven, claims his team has a few surprises in store for State College in big game at Central Stadium to day. Technical High School sec ond string players take Busi ness into camp in handy man ner by 31-to-o count in Scho lastic League battle. Hallenback's Kashmire steps down in front of a smart field in opening feature at Bowie track. Football experts are pre dicting upsets in the gridiron world for today with big battles scheduled, including Yale.-Princeton. Syracuse-Col gate and Brown-Dartnoath. MOVE TO CLOSE TREATY DEBATE HAS MANY FOES .-_? ? ? Cl?ture Resolution bv Sen. Lodge Will Be Voted Todav. MANDATORYCLAUSE UP Acceptance of Reservation Gives Power to Congress. Tlie chance ol* the resolution of clolni? on the treaty debate being adopted todav by the Senate ap ! peared yesterday to hive been consid erably diminished. There are many ? reason? for believing that the resolu I tion ?vili fail to receive the two I third? vote required for it? adoption S Senator Lodge, the malorlty leader, said Just before leaving* to attend the | funeral of Senator Martin, at Char ? lottesville. Va., that he did not be lieve the demand for cl?ture would carry. Th? Senate will rm-et today at 10 and the resolution for cl?ture ?vili be calieri tip at 11 o'clock. It is admitted by both ?.ule? that i the fate of the resolution haiii;*-. en | tirrly upon th? action of the adimms j tration neniocrat? If a ?ufflctcnt ! number of them voto with the ?pmi , ?or? of the cl?ture resolution, they | can put it through On th*? MM ' hand, most of the irreconcilable op . ponents of th? treaty. M.ch ?.? Sans?. ? tors Borah. Johnson. Knox. BiHnd**>i??e, , Itred. 1m\ Folletti?. 1.1 onus, and Noi-ris. t ar? opposed to having the clotur?, in | voked at Un? lime to ?but off debate. In the opinion of those Senators, th? debate ts not likely to last, very ! Iona- anyway, and even without ?i-lotur?. it will he possible lo ?vind | up tlie consideration of all the fif teen reservation.? on thr ??.??? pro. gram within four or five days, with a Tute on th,? riti?! r?solution of ??atifKtaf/Uon with.? ten days. r'or ' f his reauaon they do not b?lier.? ?ny | limitation on debate i? n?-edeij nt this time , After the rioture ? ..solution Im? been diaposed of. the Senat?? will ' take up ?.-Eervation No. ?. which ! would prohibit any offici?!? of the , government from accepting a man datory on behalf of the United .States without the consent of Oon giaaa. STRAY DOG ATTACKS i CHILDREN AT SCHOOL _ | Two children yesterdav wei? at? t tacked by a stray do?,? They are ? William Mathew?. t year? old. .'IIS 1 Pennsylvania avenu? northwest, and ; Marte ?Jiegrlst. 9 year? old. of ?mil H ! street northwest The tots were | playing In the yard of the ?AOightmau I ?chool. when Ihe dog attacked them. ! The boy was bitten on the left leg. ; while the little girl was slightly scratched on the leg. I The dog was sent to ih? po'iml. RUNS FOR PARLIAMENT Slit- intend? to run for the house of common? on a plank pledging an eight-hour day to all lined ?*irls Mi-? Stephen recently was elected borough councillor in London. This young woman of .'6 summers is tlie oldest of a family of children and has bren a working girl for thi past nine vc.irs. ? I FORMER MEMBER OF HOUSE ! ADMITS DISORDERLY CHARGE |C. B. Miller (lets in Trouble By Remark toj Policeman After Anto Collision With French Count?Confesses Technical Guilt. Former K?'>rej?.-r.ietive i'larence t? ? Miller w_j -rriaign?*?^) brfore IlMn l a*i.M r tl_r*?Wo* lu ??*?1?*_-? . ?j_ ?. yea- 1 I terday. elisr?'.**1 with di*foid<?rly cOB | duct. Ile was sdjutlKed guilty and ?, One of V" waif In posed ted promptly t paid | ' * Preseti count it II H'.Vlhema. '_ I with 1'o'icrman ?; W. Bay I taa. were; i the principal witnesses fot the prooo cLtion. 4 ulli-lr? \\ lili CmM. 4 ur. Mr. Miller irprelented the bight* ?district of Mii.;t.--om. in th?1 Mouse ior len yrar*. beginnim; with the Slxty ; first CoafTOSS lie ua?* defeated for j re-election to the rrt_ent House by j William L. Cars.?, ktdependcnt. an ac i live member of the Brotherhood ot : locomotive Knglheer*, by more than ; ! 4.MI majot lt\ . j It appears (rom tbe testimony given *. esieidsy that Mr. Miller prorrede?! ? to Raascher's in his automobile to ! join Mrs. Miller While [?.-..?Mi.-. ilo? ?'oonecttcut ; . Apartment?? he is allege?! to ha\e col- J ' Ikfofl with the car of Count Ii'Adhe ina. doing slight dnfuugr. Tlie count followed the former Representative io Rtuschcr*?, v.here h* was met by the ? polheman. They t-o us tit Mr. Miller. W BIBLE Translated out of fruir, ?h*? ?dittun know GENESIS. CU AITK Rt 1 ??,? WiO^ut*? <>1 Iti?.? **0'l(j. ?rhi. h ??G? ? uked iiwl'i. ?amili, ani) ?-?? m/?J tbe t>>tt>l. ? Nc-tv.li ?nd> th er?<t ? ??* ? ?r-Jer, il/nu. ?u.-t -nid ?f thr *tk And K came to pa.?*.**, when inen bfifun to multiply on tlie face of th?* earth, and daughters were born unto them. '? That the mm of fsptt PmUt IK? daughtet s of men that they were fuir, and th?**?/ look I hem wn?*3 or all which they chose ?I And the l-nrd ?vaid. My Spirit ?halt not always strive with ??an. for that he also la flesh: yet his day? shall be a hundred and twenty years. 4 There were giant* in tha earth hi thn-se days; and also after that, when the mine of (??id ?Tame tn unto tbe daughter?? ..r men and they hare children to them. the same ?bernait? mighty men which Mere of old. men of renown. 5 IT And G<?d saw (hat the wlekedness of man arum great In the earth, and thmt every Im aginait Ion of the thoughts of Ins heart ??a?, only evil continu ally. fi And It repented the T.ord that he had made man on the earth, and It grieved him at his heart. 7 And the Lord said. 1 will desti ??y man whom 1 have created from the face "f the eaith. both man. and bea.-t. and the creeping things, and the fowls of the air; for ft i-eprcsenteth tne that I have made them. ? I ;nt Noah found g rat* In the eye? o? the I?ord. 9 ? These aw the genera tions of Noah: Noah waa a Jusi man and perfect in his genern t Ions, aad Noah walked with God i*rt And Noah begat three sun?, Nh-m Ham, and Japhelh. 11 The earth als?, waa cor rupt before God; and the earth waa filled with violence. 12. And God looked upon the eait?. aod, behold. It waa cor be original tongue? nnd ? as "Our Mothers' nible." rupt: for all flesh li.id corrupted iiis tvHV upon the earth 1.1 And Ood ?aid unto \??ah. The end of all fit?s h is ?ome before me; for the -earth is tilled wilfi violence through them. and. behold. I will destroy them with tbe earth. 14 II Make thee an .irk of gopher wood : room*?? ?halt thou make in the ark. nnd shnlt pilch it within and without wtth pitch. 15 \ nd thi* la the I..-.??to.? ? h irli thou "Shalt iri.'i k' It mt? Tb*? length nf the ink shall br thr**e hundt ed cubits. Ih* hrradl h of it fifty cubits, and the height of it thirty cubits. If? A window Hhall thou p??!.*? to the .irk. and in a -'ubil shslt l'ion finish it nbm??; and the door of the at k shall thou s?*t in the side thereof; -t-.lt I? j lower, second, and thltd stork??*? ? gitati thou make it. 17 And. behold. I, even I. do bring a flood of waters up??n the earth, to destroy all fleeh. wherein Is th? breath of life, from under heaven; aad every thing that la In the earth shall I dl*. iv nut with thee will I es tablish my covenant; and tlmu sb.tIt com?* into the ark. thou. snd thy sons, and thy wife, end til y sons' wives with thee. l?* And of every living thing of nil flesh, two of ev?ry mirt ?halt thou bring into the ai k. to J-tcep them alive with thee; they shall be male and female. 20 Of fowls after their kind, and of cattle after their kind. of every creeping thin?; of Ih?? earth after hi? kind: two of ?**-ety ?ori -IihII com*? unto thee, to keep thr ni alive. 21 And take thou 141.?0 tt.ee of all food that is eut?*? and thou shalt gather it to thee: and it shall be for food for thee. and for them. 22 Thus did Noah; acrotding to all that Cod commanded him. so did he. . . (To be Continued.) but Mrs. Mi tier Tes-ponded ? th? m-j sfrUh-W. of the two me?. .\t the r'ose of ili? Ini?1! view. Mrn. Wft*.^ *-?p*?tt^rf j ?o hrr hu.*-band thai the ?iffi?.-*?' had ] b*-en crnl in his mann?*T toward her. I The former member nf Cotu?rrss I sorfiht The !*(..: ?? timn, and. sccotdin.lt to witnesj*es. th*re ara* s dfrpl.-iy of j verba' pyrotechnics It was alleged1 that Miller rcterred 10 Bay Its? a? a "roughneck." and hu. '?-? oLher un tou'h epithets riunii Kay? He Wum Mr?. While Cuwil ITftrthsKis ?*?*? on the w itnrss -?amid Judge Hardt eon aske?! him if Ui?' policeman was grufi* In his demeanor toward Mrs Miller. "No. not gruff." ihe count replied. 'hut I should say the officer was | stem.*' .ludg?' Itardlsou ??plated hi? fui mer! ud muri ? ion ihaL umici Ih* t Ms t riet la w* a person raniiot "cus? bock In self-defrnae." Mr. Miller, who i? a Iswyei. act et! as | his own counsel lu paving ihe fine, ? he su id: "I gues*?- ( am teihnicaily guilty." SILENT DRAMA; ? NO PROJECTOR I hie*.!??? Gel Sliufflin' Gail Film? And ??! But Lea? e \ Li/in ne ? y. If tin? thieve, who Muir ??Mt \?r.ith of nini* from III. Hall Ma.k 1-uttile ' -.-ori*oration. Msttter Hnililiti^. **!? III at*****?! north weM. only |?;??| a ??-oje. - I Hon rnachinc II***?** might enjoy a Ion*? arid varied mov a* elitef talnuienl l-'or their aniiiaeitiotit would be pro ? vided two Chnplln lil.nr. Isso Bruii, ho ! Kill) pictures, and a wrls.u? Cititi? ! ??n..?? **:.|vert "dramn.er *' ???.?-..? iiIim- ?er.? .el-oiled nlalia li.? ?I *? h.iah. MniMa^ar for the rit'l.l.*- l'Olii?.'! I? Kuali low il., palh-a the shlppm. room m Hie 1-a.eniein of lh.. Mather 1 Huiidln?- was rifled of the pictures ; The baaeinenl door ?aa unlocked, j I whei. the thleic.s enler-il ihe Mollee ?il? I." Id HINDENB?RG DECLINES TO MAKE ?AN APOLOGY j Berlin. Nm. 14.?"I have no ??,??? iilU-e to offer.'? ?nid |.-ield Marshal von | Iliii.leniiiiiM on ihe witne?*,. stand to ?d??., total? ihe parliamentary commit tee inveMlxnltliK Ihe ??ar. --If | had ?to n?*hi the war all oyer ana,? today. jwilh the same knowle.ljje of the world | situation. I would take th? same I ineaMii-es.*? ? The fleld ni.r-.hn I paid liihule to th- military t-enlus of U* llfcla.ll -ill l.uileiidorlT. who ..as m the room ||e; Ibathsted, however. Ihut he. Ilinden I.M1,:. ?tats, ?., the last analyals. resign- ' iaMe far nil lidafeM taken. | N?a-Stop Attnujrt Fsjlt. ? Dru.iroitf. l'a . Nov. ?.-The project ed non ?lop inaia ot the big H.indley I'asi; *.ii|*Ihii,? from Now York to t.'hl .imu wn? Inlyi ? ,i;,ted ? hi? ..flenioon wli.t. Ihe plan.? ?a* .farce., to -.take li Hindi!!?; ill .l'OlllH ?????11. _ sh.ili ?li.Uuu? [nun ihi? cuy. MINERS REMAIN FROM WORK IN ALL BIG FIELDS ? Show No Disposition to Re turn Until Conference Reaches Decision. SUPPLY IS DWINDLING Chicago Forced to Adopt Rationing to Prevent Suffering. -1 Chicago. Nov. 14.?N? . oal m ? quantity waa produced by tbe mines ? of the country today according to reporta received here. The miners showed no disposition to return to work. The operators were pcssi- j fotstic and feared tbe Washington : conference would not bring a settle ment that would enable them to re- | open the mines. The amount of coal in atflrflM was j rapidly d?*c*easioif and the attuali** j In Chicago was so serions that ' rationing was restored. The order! affected Stat?- and county depart- j in* nts and institut Ions and public utilities. Andrew T .Vjurphv, .-.?-i.i? of i Black Inaino? ?J said reports re ceived bv him from .01 ??.?.*?,.nd?-nts throughout - the cotent 13 showed j there had leen no replane* t?\ the miner? to the call mt the operator?) to go to work. He said n<> attempt j had been mude ?.? op* rat?- with no?,-' Haifa minci.*-.. "Tt would b?* dang? tows to trv to ' ?rnrli a n->n-'ink.n torce." be said. * It would m? an ?? trite and htowd *?hed and 111? operator? ?io not feel di^ptis^d it*-:hr at this time to bel irapn?IfcU for such condition*" Mr Murphy said his r?.-p?fn?* attmmj bath mint? rs and opei a. loi ? ?* ptx awaiting the f-.-uit of th- \\ j.?ti ntlon ronfriPiii.'? If the c??nl?-renv?*? failed he pr^dt? t<-d ?-onie ol lh*i Mronger operators would >?*, 10 Lrenk the strike. *'o\ fcnmeut ?(,*resi 1* ?.tor?? **. ei #? riti*.'!Hl tu reach th?* Illino??* ***rtmh tomorrow" to dcict linn??? what fnr.it ence* werte? used In intliulm; ? n..i iirer* Mini pump teader* to deset t their ?voi!?. i<? 1 nul ???? miete? to ?. Od GIRL SENTENCED; FAINTS IN COURT l'alci) in JutJee Gould's Voice as I If Pronountr*** hate ?) Crate Pyles. '('ti*,?? was "? decided catch m Jus Ik*** tiotiad's \o.*e \t-stei'd.i\ msrnini when he round it bis duty to 1-io ti t? un. e M'titen?^ uf one yaar .nut a half m rhr pen it tu lia rv upon Ura? e l'y te? s lia s M ut h .Unies, m 1*1 un lu* I Cotlil No I Uta? l"> lee ?.? an unueual!? ai trie live you 11^ sit I and m hen ?Ite t.? ..cl h**i fjiii- ftom J li?t tee titautd's i|is she fainted A* soon Ms sh? re-covet-*???! ??ht? was l?d. >?>hrteUin? tmm the court 1 ?min Sh?? pleaded vuil!> tn three rharje-ee ??G li.un* larceny, tvnfeaai*a( lo ?*leal in?: ? rtnd, woiiifii'??? apparel ami other lewHrj. lit?? series of ? hell - ea tendi? ? over ? penad ot niant ninni he WH foi Sonili. ' oloi*d. -nui Andrew .1 Gwathne? waff ???.????'??.???| to a >?:ir 'and ;? half in Ihe pe-nttrottar) and ??? one veal in tail, respective!, tha ? t?.i>^??.- iifi.'i ia*| Uicni irwni ' J"> rid Mi? HAVE EIGHT PAIRS OF SHOES, ARE ARRESTED Seventy-fife pounds of , i.n. e. \alued ;i 1 $'-* Waa stolen ?.enlarda) from an Atlantic mid I'acific Tea tjoui pany wagon, at Sixth snd It atfVetl mirth ?real the police were inform? .1 Archie (.olden 13V ? nh.n ??.?.? south? est. and llenrv ?Va?lir?* \pvrn. ?if I'rinr.? ??eoi ?? > IUmtat) f%i., aea ru?t*, wero locked up al the 11 -i ? - bor l'tei ino! Station House vest erti;* y clrir^-i-d with laro*ny in transit Shortly n fier the arreata, William II. Callaban reported for the Wash ington Steamboat Company that six pairs of shoes, valued at ??1?**, were stolen from a box on the steamer Northland, en route lo Norfolk. Va. Golden and Washington wer.? si rested at the steamboat wharf I'olice al iens the men had the shoes. 1 Countess Tolstoi Dead; Was Physician's Daughter l?oiidcn. Nov. H --Counleas Leo Tol stoi, widow of Ihe famous Rimata* novelist, died ni Yasnaya F'nliana November 4, according to a despatch to |Im Daily Mail from RaMagfara?. quotili': the Krasnaxa t?azette fount??r? Tolstoi, i.efoie her mar riage was Sophie I ein v. ?laughter of a fashionable Moscow physician s:ie mtht married Id ('omit Tolatoi in !**-.' Th? couple had in chi.dian. Conferees Warned They Must Recede Fro m For m er St and Secretary Wilson, Acting as Mediator, Says Demands of Both Parties in First Con ference Were Impossible?Hints at Pos sible Increase in the Price of Coal. Representatives of the coal miners and operators yesterday < on amicably their first joint conference since tbe strike, and the pert? are favorable for its continuance. Acting a? mediator. Secretary of Laabor Wilson told the minen and the operator? that the public expects prompt action. He proposed three plan? for procedure. The miners and the operators went into separate meetings to act on the Secretary'? recommendations so as to report at 10 o'clock this morning. mmth ?.,?? Re?-e*? lt. ih parties MfTf-t* thst a Ntttt? ment arili have to he reached. 1.?-?(?".? 'perator? said last nlyht ?.bey n-coo.nl*** that they will ha?/?* "to play hall " witfi the miners Prr?ident l^eo-is. of tbe I'nited M'ti? Worke???. *a'd the conferemo would go on In h's ?pi-fdi S.?rri-iarjr of laabor \\ ii?nn firmly ?leclared that both th?- mi aera and the ovne opt r ?lor.? mou Id hav.?? in r.tfd? f mm th?-r pre?) i?'ii?i attitude? II*- tnld ihe Miners :hetr d* manu- t.- ? ?".<* p?-r < * i.t incr. af-?* m wa**??.* and ? SO-hour ?? *-ek were an impossibility Turi^i-? *o the operators \.** sold th?ir "Vtandpat attitude" w a?? h!?< .in irapossibil ?ly. II?* declared the nperat-rs' ????? ??? ? h.-it O.e Wa*?!*. ? sci?.? ? ? ;-?*:*** aKr>'?-inent ?annoi ??*- terminated unni the wer la tr?. hncally end***d l?a al??* an livpMHlWlily. Secretary Wilson also ?aid that m hile |terhap* there ?ere minera SINGLE ?ST\NDARD OF MORALS. BUT LOW ONE I IMI* Out*. \o. u--?? ? fi Sliad 'weil, of I-a Creo?*. W*is .ma report ?>f ? Ihe World ?\??????!??"? ?.* S??i*:sl G??? |Hy here ledit jr. s?M "Toda v n. -? pp? a r ?? he Bettina what xxf leave h?rn askinir Or, ? wtn gt? standard ?*f moral?? Hot tb? ir??ut>le wilt; ? his ?mpl?* *-'an*i?rd is that it is ? hi* -tan-In .[ Tbe lil?er Une li.?.*- i.v?' !???? ? dent-d our he**! .*<K*?rt\ ?? '?? ' * ?-??-? 11?. 11 ?G nur h?***t iK'iiie.?* "Toda ? ? be ? i?ai ? tie snio^lnf wo man l> n >i drtiM-d nur beat s??i*iety if IM ofswo *? undul h ia r? suit*-! fmm her e\r?i??it- The smelo standard th*t we ?It-r-i'-? ?- .?ne l*.ut will pince nier? unnii ; a> Mg h :? tiatral plane a- we form?-*-i\ ?.er .inj?*tl |,?r women " .ANESTHETICGIVEN BY MODERN THIEF I 'hiia?.? ?????,?. Nnv It, - 1 tifi -ila ? - ROOT are iMOt?* ?Jmj.;- ;.? .1 n?'st ?,* t lie victims ?a inle they rob th?:; homo*. .,,. ?.p????.* to Herman Klioe, 1?.I2 N.uih K.-uith klilW luid th?* ?...?,.? Id.?I hr. bin wif? a<?.! ..->??" old ?-??.. COii ?a .-re rendete* aitcono?'.- ? ? tiloroform ?? nt her gas. ???.bile the.i h?utiS? was robbe?! .**-.. inlay ?????%, ?<G j. -welr>* and cli-ihini*, \sl i<-?1 at |?.?<?? Thomas Blanloo. Jr., Hurt. Tli'?ii j? l?)n ? t-iti. mm ??f Hep?e - ? ?.entai i\ - Bla n too *-f I>\.t*-, was ?slightly injiii??! > ?'Merda? after iioon when hia lather's aul<?rn?<bile. I ?* -|????? ???????? RI.?? im fit trama driving. ???..Mirle-*) ?ill? ? ("aiti ta I Traellnn Mi??*! ?;? ;| ? ??**?,?, J ?('??? f nvrfttl?* ?? ??1 G StnsOI .-.?.il tie:* ?1 ?t?.????? ; refus? ?! h."-p'tal Irrotto? nt - U. S. tu Leaae Army Base. ? ?*?-??1:??.??????.'? ??*? It --An iio-ince ? ment ***?- Rsd? r*\ I ?lent *'??? ? ? I M'nitleii. is,\ -*?instru?*iine ?insr | UilnHMrr Ml G???.??? ?plili lha? 1 h? ? ^.??. ?'?infoi -Kill ti??I sell Ihe pieat ?new Jt?-"?"'.?'"?* t'nti*-<1 Slal?*? .iun\ vup [ ply iMls*?* ;il ? i'Wiiw tt'b I'tnnt. I?i,l will ; retain uwti?-r>lilp o? lin? pinp^-ity. leasIn-? 11 mi .-urli time? t* u is : uni needed for the ir???ernmntT verv Says Girl? Stabbed Him ? lte*dlMC. I*_ . No? It - U uh a d?*t*p _ash in his hark ? h?* romlf nf a mosto with two w??men at mid night Marry Sallada. 29. l* in a seri mam end it Inn at bfs boni** ?Marlon 'Carter. _??. was arre!?te?| rftHUYOdj with tbe Ktahbin*_: |>ot> ? Ureo are se*-kitii: th?* otlWf jfiil Felix Diaz Beaten ia Battle. I_l Tat.?-. ?? ? . No\. IC '"'?'? K-lix Diax. a Villista bundit leader, with ' tOO men. was d?*<-i.-ively 'l<-feat--d Sunday last in an f?0pgp_tOMlt with Mexican f?d**tal troops in th?* /usta de .-Vvila distnet. ?irr?irdm? to off!-, eia' reports raoHvOd no1 r ?*'??*1> ,?W Andros G. _aicia. consul u* "? ra! f??r, Mexico. r In the conference who ?till wanted to throw rocks at the operator*, and that there were operatore who wanted to call the minera "*Boi *-h- vika" or -Reds." that the quar OO0HW ON PACK THE EL PRINCE SMILES D.O. FAREWELL To Take Rest at Resort Be fore Leaving for Great Britain. With ? cheery aalute and the sas? boyw-h Baile which endeared him te Waahinjrton. Ed ?aid Albert. Prince trt Wales, hade far**?ell to America"" Capital last night Hi*- four-day nsit tararne a pleaaamt roe-^pr*-. t? be cherished -ai*-?* it at of lu* (.laliOtCuiehed forbear, a .ti I Albert and Qe*?en Kliishe-ih. and *h other? v. l*o have j.ercwled him scroa* tbe se.T to cet an l'.tiniate ?t! im pec- of ? III*' tir w ?* T'd The prtace and his party ?-ntrained for White Sulphur Spr?na*s Va., at 1? o'clock last msht. there to fVsh aad ?mtf and follcw the fadinc trails In tb-? picture-MMi?- nld foothills for three day*. Mea-uta) be arti, pm ti? \>w Tor*. ? "?'??lrr. i..?. home ? p*m t'-e Erit.s'i st it? l.'enowi. Flartw-r in thr ?lay. in the uniform of a captain of the Rntish navy, hi? royal h ? <h t ? *?.--?. reviewed ^ft"n future officers of the nation's armada at the Naval Acul-my tn Annapolis In the Hamo nul Hall of ihe nMitutinn he paid tftbat* io the i'nited Plate? na*#r 'n fO-o-??-?t???'? and ro-nrdiuatloa -with the BrtUah aaa* In the world war. and in a few words, lauded AdmiraJ Dewey, the hero of Manilla. The pgwttea ihei> d ne,i with Goveraot HamnptoM. of Min land; Secretary I ?s'neN. ? 'nmmtndant Scales, of th? ?Naval Arad? my, ?.nd other officials G??? bla letLf-n to Waahinflon Iba prince called on Cardinal Gibbons m the ractary *.f St Patrick'? Cburch. ? chitting artth bini for several min u'e*? The smne isrse crowd tba*. braeed ' cold rain and t lercing wind to pa? ; homape to the hoy prince on hia ar . rival ?tod "p-o-jped about the entrane? t to tbe President s private waitlnc | room to Md irodspeed to B"ntain"a heb 1 as be left them. He answered th? ? : applause then aa he had en ethrr oe I casions by a wave of the hand, a ? smile nnd a salute made regulation hg' , ihe uniform he wor*. Sen. Martin's Funeral in Quiet Blue Ridge Town <"l,arl?llr.v?ll??. \?. N..V II ? OiHrtotlr?\lll?. ? qui?? little rit?. . ???,-??-? at III?* font of Xtlr RI?M ! ttidir- M??nnt?ln?. we? doubl}' ?jal?*? '?iurtnir ihr? fun??.?! of Thorn??? ?. ? Marti? ?rninr s-n?t?r from Vlr ! ajthata ?in,?- IfcS*. Thr ?an ir.? ?or ?ha- l?ta? S.na J l,?r ?.r. condii? t-rl thi? aftrrnoo? at I o'cl'w-lt tn ?h? I'n1?-?*r?ity of Virrlm? ? 1-ianrl Th- h?Kl? was lai? to r?r?t in ?he i*?mi?tfry of tha* ?anl 1 v-r.lty ne?lde that of th? wlf? of thr S, n?t?,r 11 ? n?l rr?J ? ?ame to pay I triliutr. ???- ??*?*? ??I train bearing: Itepre ?rntHtiv?? and olli-r high a;ovrr?l m-nt ,?Ili* tal? Irft tT??hln?Tt<?n yea irnl.*? mornln?: nt 11 o'clock. Inn.i,l,?rt in ttn- '"?ny from ?*.'a*h inarlon ???? Vii-, '?reatdent Mar? '.halt. Tl'??maa Sri?.??, I*??;-, h-rrorr Amba .-?su dor- lo Itala ; .aerretary ?af |Tro??uty ?"arter i?l?u, formrr S?? alor Willard Saialfbury. forty Sma ll or? and many Ilriireaontathres, la? rludiOK a ho?t ?-? per? nal fri? ITfiM Af?* A???!?-?*-?!. Tli? ' ? .?'? ????*a??,1 lree.s in CaU : forint ?a hic-!? ??r? trrowinc ?? the , inno of l'ivi?! and v.ore ?a? tro?? la the Urne of Chiiai.