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THE WASHINGTON TDFES. THURSDAY, NOVEMTIER 25, 1015.
0. S. DEPLORES PRESSAHACKS ON VON NUBER Newspapers' Comments on Acts of Consul and Attache Em barrass Government. WORLD PEACE CONFERENCE APPEAL AND ITS AUTIiOR UMOrUMffCt pwum .. I WEST TEL UNION AM lUM utwcOVI CARLTON. MttlOtHT , B. ATKINS. VKt-mWiePtT MLVIDIM HOOK, wpwiw MAUOT SUNK !l TH. JfJtL.iL KfclMiVMMWM utilmiiiiiiiw tf The United Statu Government Is placed In an embarrassln attitude to ward two Austro-aermin diplomats. For the time belnt the Government la belntr forced to deplore officially news paper attacks upon Austrian Consul General von Nuber and CapUIn Doy-Kd, German naval attache. . While activities of both foreign rep fWentatlvca art admitted to be under trlctest Investigation' by Government agencies, there has been no formal an nouncement ok action inu diplomatic eUauatt requires them to be protected from attacks. Conference Tomorrow. Complaints of Huron Zwledlnek, Aus trian cfiarge, to Hecrctary of State Lansing, promise to result In state ments from both the State and Justice Departments In Von Nuber'i behalf. Counselor Polk, of the State Depart ment, will confer tomorrow with At torney General Gregory. A formal of ficial statement-by the attorney gen eral regretting the previous statement regarding Von Nuber Is likely to be Jtven ttta Austrian embassy. Tha In ormal statement of the Attorney Gen eral saying he did not authorise the previous statement of the department regarding Von Nuber has not autlaflart tne Austrian charge. Secretary Lansing Is a'so expected to make a statement soon depmrlng news paper assaults upon Von Nubor. The Btate Derailment is expected to exDlaln that auch comment by the freas upon the representative of a rlendly nation Is embarrassing In this nation's foreign relations, especially While a submarine Issue with Austria over the sinking of the Ancona Is ap proaching. Cannot Intervene. Btate Department officials admitted today they were officially Unable to Intervene In the Hamburg-American agents' case at New York to prevent attorneys assailing Captain Hoy-Ed. The official statement In Boy-Ed's be half that his luruldning fuuuj to sup ply German raiders was not unlawful, as thus far d'scioscd, regarded as a move to forestall poaslb.c complulnt from the Oirman embassy In connec tion with Hoy-Ed. State and Justice Department officials today denied friction has developed bo tween the two departments regarding the conduct of the New York trial or the conspiracy Investigations. mm hi WYATJ MllDWdwM. 14TM AND F ST, WASHINGTON. If. C 8ST C9CHC. 70, .BLUE Gli, CHICAGO ILLS. NOVEMHER 23, 1915. MBS. NIl)A K. ALLKNDER. 1315 CLIFTON ST... WASHINGTON DC FOR THE 3AKE OF ANXIOUS MOTHERS DRKADING THAT THEIR SONS MAY BE ADDED TO TEN MILLION ALREADY KILLED OR CRIPPLED IN THIS WAR WILL YOU STRENGTHEN THE -APPEAL TO BE MADE NEXT FRIDAY BY ETHEL SNOWDEN OF ENGLAND AND R08IKA SHWIMMEIt OF HUNGARY TO PRESIDENT WILSON BY TELEGRAPHING HIM AT WASHING TON IMMEDIATELY SOMEWHAT AS FOLLOWS WE URGE CONFERENCE OF NEUTRAL NATIONS DEDICATED TO FINDING A JUST. SJSTTLEMBNI OF THIS WAR. JANE ADDAMS 343PM DEFECTIVE CHILD'S LIEE EBBING FAST Mother In Agony, But Believes Her Baby Is On Way to Recovery. Hamburg-American Trial Is To Be Broadened In Scope, Officials Hint NEW YORK, Nov. 23. A. broadening of the scope of the Inquiry to Include prominent persons not heretofore named. Federal officials hinted today, may mark the trial of Hamburg-American officials charged with conspiracy, when the sessions are resumed tomor row. Assistant United States Attorney Wood would not elaborate on his state ment to the court that more evidence against the North German Lloyd line may be Introduced. Neither would he comment further on his rtatement that he regard (."apt. Hans Kulirun, of the steamer Marie Quezeada "as much a conspirator as any of the defendants In this case." though Suhrun was not named In the Indictment. "Remember that the Indictment reads "and other conspirators to this grand Jury unknown'." said Wood. "Well, a few of them may become known." The North German Lloyd was men tioned when a telegram addressed to H. Buhrun, room 801, 11 Broadway, which was Captain Boy-Ed's office, was Introduced by the Government. It was signed by Philip Voir. Baltimore agent for the North German Lloyd. The Government witnesses said it referred to the Mario Queseada. one of the sup ply ships that set out to find German cruisers. Whether the Government will offer any more testimony connecting -Boy-Ed with the expeditions that left New York. Hood nould not say today. The Government believes, however, that It has already satisfied the Jury that the German naval attache was the "brains" of the alleged conspiracy. Obregon Asks Mining Firms to Resume Work Four big mining companies In north ern Sonora hove been. Invited by Gen eral Obrcpron to resume operations, con sular advices said today. The companies are all American and Include tho Cananea. the Vacosarl F.I Tlgre and Moetzuma. These arn well- Known American companies and their pruprmes nave oeen tniirli hampered by the conditions in northern Snnnm which have compelled them to remain Idle for a considerable period. Further consular sdlces Indicate that ucnrrui uurviiun im in c oiurr-i or north ern Sonorn. He Is conrentni'lng n laree body of troops lit Nni o preparatory to a final effort to crush out the remain ing Villa forces. NEW YORK. Nov. 26. Mrs. Joseph Roberts, tossing on a bed of pain to-i day, has not been told that the crip Died little girl, born to her Tuesday nlRht. Is dying at the Babies' Hospital. She belleyes the child has been op erated upon and Is on the road to recovery. Her nusoana ana m. iam 11 j" physician agree that the shock might Imperii her life If she were told at once. She may know nothing of Baby Roberta' fate until after the child Is carrlsd from the hospital In a little white casket. Members of the Roberts' household who first declared that both parent had consented to let nature take her course with the Uttle crippled baby, admitted today that the mother had had no part In making the decision. Dr. Julius Goldsmith, the family physician, confirmed this. Told of Child'. Condition. "When I took the little girl from the mother Tuesday night, I told her BBBSBHSBHE'esiBBBBm. HH'rstfSSSSSa s v4fltt 'caHassssB lilllVSkait vjfcBBaeBaesac.3 "f-JsjHslHIH JHSBH ii 'PUCE OF SAFETY" HALTS FRYE CASE Arbitration of Indemnity De layed For Agreement On American Principle. JANE ADDAMS. ONCE DISMISSED, NOW AN ADMIRAL All Traditions of British Navy Violated by Honor to Lord Stafford's Brother. LONDON. Oct. M (by mall) -Dls-missed In 1910 with dishonor for losing his ship, Capt. U. H. Fltihcrbcrt hat 1tiat hA,.n f.tinfif nf fl n -. mlmlrnl nf there wan something a little wrong the British navy, squarely uKaltwt t'.ie with her." said Dr. Qoldsmlth. "I tola , iraamons or tne service, the all her we would take the bary to hospital and make everything right." "But I am sure," Interrupted the husband, "that Mrs. RoberU will ap prove any decision we make. She wanted this baby so badly, but I Until the Brett war beuan the ail mlralty adhered strictly to tho pructlco of demoting commanders who Ion their ships through negligence and neer granting them another command Cap tain Fltihcrbert lost his ossel, the cruiser Bedford, by atrundlni: n tlv Korean coast, Demands of the American Govern ment that a "place of safety" he provided for persons on vessels tor pedoed by submarines. It Is learned, have caused a hitch with Germany In negotiations over sinking of th American schooner William P. Frye Although the last note In the cas., was sent to Oermany over a month asn. Berlin Is reluctant to accede to the American principle that open boats In mid-ocean cannot be regard ed as a '"place of safety." has pre vented arrangements for arbitrating Indemnity for tne lrye-i loss. In the Ancona protest to Austria. It li understood alleged failure of the Austrian submarine to rive passeng en time to reach a "place of safe ty" will he pressed There was nn rilgency the United States will assert that warranted disregard of human lives. Official statements from both Italy end Austria are expected here by next week, following which the note to Austria will promptly go forward. Russians Gain Ground Along the Riga Front LONDON. Nov. M. Despite desperate counter-attacks, by which some tempo rary recoveries of ground are ac-n-nn1iaheri. the Germans are steadily ile was cnurt-martlaled losing scattered positions to the Hus- nnA .llj-niiR.if.fi T.nff.r h unD i 1 1 f,f..,t tf fllunn In the ItlKa district. Official fel- k.. i. ,. doctor. ..y 11 can not I re-enter tho navy as a superintendent rograd advices said today. know If tne doctors say n can now -..,-., ..hunt .hin. in. .,,,.. in in Cnllrln. continued hard fighting Is live sh would consent to anything th, ork rl..citnbllhd the admiralty's reported, but without recent Important confidence In Fllzhrrbort and ho Is now changes In the lines, tiemcen me In the hlfth ranks of the service. northern and southern extremities or Rear Admlril Kltzheibert le . brother the eastern front thero has been corn to Lord Stafford. ' paratlve quiet. THE WEATHER REPORT. The fbrecast for the District of Co lumbla Fair tonight and Friday, slow lv rlstnc temperature; light arlallo ulrds. Man land ralr tonluht and Friday; lowly rising temperature; light varl M winds. Virginia Fair tonight aril Kr'dav sln-nly ilslng temperature, light vari able nlnds. TnMPt.RATlTRES V. S m'RKAU. I ArFLlOCK'S. iLtn 54 I It, m u s a. m 34 9 a. m 43 10 a. m 34 10 a. m 45 TIDE TABLE. High tide.. . . 10.W a. m. and 10:38 p. m. Low tide 4:43 n. m. and 4:45 p. m. they "might do, Unless Roberta changes his mind or the authorities force an operation, there Is but slight chance that an attempt will be made to Bao Buuy Roberta' life alth the knife. Roberts said today that he would abide by the decision of Dr. L. Emmet Holt, noted buby specUilst, who examined tho child yesteiday. Would Delay Operation, "I would not think of operating on the child for four or five months et" snld Dr. Holt. "To operate now would mean Immediate death because of the shock." Dr. Holt said the spinal affliction of the Roberts' baby was not unusual. He hid observed a great many Hln.tlur cades, he said. In the majority of theno cases operations wore performed and most of the Infants died. "Those that lived, later got water on tho brain," ho said. Dr. Maurice E. Rosenberg, a specialist pn obstetrics, who was called Into oon .(illation, favored an Immediate opera tion, tut was overruled by Dr. Holt. Loth Coroners Rlordan and Folnberg dor lured today that an Investigation will be ordered If the baby dies. Ne' Di or would say whether he contemplated am steps to compel an operation. Mid-City Citizens Will Aid in "Electric Week" The Mld-Clty Citizens' Association has Joined tho electrical prosperity weeK movement, and has promised John t. MeLaughlln, chairman of the executive committee. Its hearty co-operation In making the affair next week a big suc cess. The citizens' association members, most of whom are Seventh stieet mer chants, T.III follow the plans of tho Re tall Merchants' Association for a "dress up and fix up week." More than 100 vehicles will be In the parade to be held, and electrical work ers, Including wlremen, will march In the procession. The celebration will be gin Monday and continue until Saturday. 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You Owe It to Youreelf to Hear the Behning Before Ybu Buy 4 ff Sonora Phonographs Awarded Oold Medal score of 100'7, for lone quality, San rronclsco, 115. 35 to $300 Columbia Grafonolat And Records can be had hjre. Visit our show rooms and re servo jour Xmas Instrument now, while th lino la yet complete Pianos Player-Pianos Is-XiJH ladeLMaf 13th and G St.. Phonographs Records Moobwarb 61 Xotbrop New York-WASHINGTON-Paris . A Very Large Showing of MISSES' WINTER SUITS Between the Prices of $16:75 and $35 With every new fashion feature dearly revealed, and values that are beyond our best expectations. Girls and misses from 1 3 to 18 years of age have particular and distinctive suit needs, but they do not always receive the kind of service to meet their requirements. This season we have provided for them as their requirements demand. A greater show ing in number, a greater showing in variety of styles and better suits at the low prices at which they are marked, than ever before. If you want to see what really good suits new and fine suits of beautiful fabrics and designingcan be purchased at mod erate prices, and what a variety is to choose from inspect this showing now. , Suits of mixture cloths, splendid for gen eral street and utility wear; smart Norfolk and belted effects in gray, green, and brown color ings. Especially pretty is one style, in gray mix txire a Norfolk style, beautifully lined, and fin ished with velvet collar and buttons. The plain skirt has pocket on each side. Sizes, 1 3 to 18 years. Priced at $16.75. Suits of plain gabardines, serges, poplins, whipcords and corduroys in the dark colors now so popular fur or velvet trimmed styles. A girlish model of corduroy, loosely cut and with belt, has fur trimmed collar, and skirt in plain flare style with belt. A plaited Norfolk mod el has yoke on coat, and convertible collar. Sizes 1 4, 1 6 and 1 8 years. Priced at $18.75. Broadcloth Suits in complete display. They are fashioned of a superior grade of chiffon broadcloth, handsomely lined and warmly interlined; and are in belted and semi-belted styles and in wide variations. A belted model which is very attractive is finished with collar of Hudson seal. Another style is semi-belted with pockets and turn-over collar of fur. Priced at $25.00. Suits of other good fabrics are in attractive styles in box effect trimmed with wide braid, and finished with fur collar. Sizes 1 4, 1 6 and 1 8 years. Priced at $25.00. Beautifully made suits of broadcloth, lined with splendid quality materials and trimmed with good furs beaver, skunk and seal in any number of charming effects, belted and with flare skirt on coat. Colors are blue, brown, green, black, and bur gundy. Sizes 14, 16, and 1 8 years. Priced at $29.50 and $35.00. T it Third floor O st. From the Women's Neckwear Store New Things for Personal Use or for Gifts Every few weeks our buyer goes to the New York markets in search of all that is new and lovely in neckwear of all kinds. The wonderful displays to be seen here make it a most desirable place in which to seek Christmas gifts there is such variety you will be delighted. We mention just a few of the many things shown. CHEMISETTES of lace, georgette crepe and embroid ered nets, 'with straight or turn over collars in a number of pretty effects, some fasten ing in back and others in front. Extensive displays and splendid assortments. $1.00 and $1.50 each. COLLAR AND CUFF SETS, plain hemstitched, and embroidered. They are beautifully made of georgette crepe and organdie; large or small or medium sized. One especially dainty design is hemstitched about an inch from the edge in Wall of Troy pattern, , $1.00, $1.50, and $2.00 each. T &C3 1 f 'V JsCa J f Wtt- I v "-rf 1 45?iwrwvrit in x'lwy STOCK JABOTS, of net and lace in white or ecru, plaited styles, some edged with lace. $1.00 and $1.50 each. BOUTTQ NNIERS, to wear on the coat or dress, and especially pretty for the fur neckpiece. Small flowers in several colors in tiny band boxes. 25c and 50c box THROAT RUFFLING is worn now more than ever. In several widths, of organdie, chiffon and net in dainty pat terns. 25c, 37 Vac and 50c yard. Main floor O street. '