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'T' I 12 THE WASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1010. e P REVENGE REBMENT Planning in Secret itb, Avenge ' Murder tf'U. S;JCitizcns by Villa BaVits." . ' (Continued Ifjm Vital Vngc.) night's rlollng, whleli- filled hospitals I with wounded .Mexicans, ii ,r"P "K' tho mnssnoro of Americans In Mexico Js expected to overrun nil l.obnds nprtttj. .Mexicans an iirmi; ui""-i., t .. wholesale op tin own Into Jail lo CHcnpo mnlm .Vitmrthrin rlWlltlVH. Clt- ticiftpti. mm miner. The sn.ww Mexicans ill their uunrterrt nrr Keeping inuoors. witWldT EAmcYic-,n ciiiXc, ro reported to j.o rSr jo tt'rwWirrilo wftrtl: nof toi.XmVX "IS ??WW.T,AIC,, C'1 ,I,C io?A lhTdi,r"Sd"i-i'nHHn,,,il "fcmutiic and wholesale cAU'rmlimtlon of Amcrl- riiw in Mcxvo. ijwiHrt or moio American! miirsueteil continue to ilUer in. DaMO Knttiici- i reported killed i..v . the vitllstu bandits between Guerrero i nmi Mimc'i. ins mm. iiret, wuh pro-, viouoly reported executed. Cnrrnnza Dcfcatn Reported, The death of den. Jose -:. KodiiKUez, it VilUsJa chief, ilelnlUyJ to bum' tho i $3,000,000 lVarson mining plant nt Mn- f dcra. luci been continued by t'nrnmza authorities. With forty follower)) Itod ligucz approached the mills to .burn them, lie was surrounded by A.meil cans abd Mexican 'residents of Mlulcfa ahd finiiliju of the compnn. The bandits surrendered. Kodrigucz nnd hla chief of stuff, Colonel Almeida, wero executed Immediately nnd their follow' CIS probably will meet the mmo fate, nocoidlug to C'urun.a report)). To olTset this CuriansMi victory, lurgo armies opposed to tlio de facto govern ment mv nld t hnvo defeated Car ranza troop.t at two pointy. Klvo thou n;ind Oaxjica troopo under Gen. Benja min Argumcdo, routed, u column of ::,EO0 t'airnn:Istns ne.lrKscalon: Yaqul rebels under (Sen, Francesco Urbulejo defeated vion. At. DIpkuo-:') CarT'anza command in western Mexico. 'The reported mnsnaire of twelve mbre AmcrlcaiiH near Madera threw tho city in n frejixv last nlslit. though later It W-ns denied ,ofllela!ly.. Four United Rentes noidler "cleaned out" a aloon full of Muxlcnns .wjcjdln: Icnlvea.-- That was the Hicnai for mixed mobS of sol il'ers nnd clvilluns, who surged through the strccta, attacking every Mexican they met. Mobs Cry For 1teenge. Crying, "Avenge the murdered Amer icans!" nnd "Remember the CusI!" tho mobs noon wore' beyond control of .the police. Cusi Is the name of the company .which emploved Uie . Sanlu Yeabcl victims. Bellboys in hotels even attacked Mexican guests. Brig. Gen. John P. Pershing oidored out the Klghth Unlrcd J-Jtatea Infantry riom Fort Bliss, and personally tool: command of the situation. A meeting of nearly n thousand Americans .lupt outside Kl PaBo pledged themserves to avenge the massacre with an Invasion of Mexico, if necessaiy. AH were heav ily armed, and when a report reached them that Mexicans were gathering In another part, of the city, a dash was mndo for the Mexican meeting, Soldlci-8 from Fort nibs had leucbed the spot first, however, and dispersed the (Mexicans. x Pershing Is Acting on His Own Responsibility, Says War Department I In tho absence of official advices con firming reports .that General Pershing hns placed T31 Paso practically under military rule. AVar Department offl !als today concluded that Pershing Is act ing in tho' emcrffe'iuy Jiwt us General Funston acted after the San Fram-bco earthquake. whn Federal troops took control of the situation Secretary r.f Win Inii Ison made it plain that 10 aiders, hud -oen lvn 'UHliorizin; 'hfrmilltnrv anthoiKiei to Place tli Mexican districts of ICI pso under martrul l'iw. K icll ofders could only bo It-ued by tin I'lesident en np- I?n! from th. poiinor of Texas con jessing mmiu ic imnuie mo wnia- ic handle tne bitlla Army Ullcmls ko,.w. however, that! tho tmopi at boiifei elil-s havo fre- AMERICANS Oil eiu.P.tU exceeded tin ii legal rights in , " "Ji"? n?L'tl- "tl?l Zh0 ,was handling Mluati..n that had -nwn "1',t V,1'0, riP1!"?, Oford1jh1e1rer Icyond the control oi l-.cal nuhorltles. , "af,.f,"nul1n the bank. Over It, his hair Although reimrts of Mich Incidents 6'l8,tlUl am,' V," BB,n''0' 'ood guard wrre not inudo ti. Waliinston -it the ","Mi0" fl Airedale terrier, xo one re time ruim olllcers snalnncu In A ash-, V"11,ed nay'nB seen the dog aboard the Inctmi who fi-imiil did duU on the t,aln- an hoxv be ennie to be at the Moxtcnn bonier er.id lodav that :.l va- scene of the massapre Is a mystery. llous times the lto,ps had assumed oo llco pow-'r. Hccretorv Garrison today, said roldlers who uni'tielpiitefl In riots in Kl i-aso would l)p nniwerithle holh to tho civil) llll lilt' 11 111 I C at I ' ilMLIlOrillCtf. 1 Uil- lulimcnt ol llotlng soldiers, however, would bo attended to by commnnuing officers on the bordei without referenco of tie cases to Washington. No ordeis lor tioop movements nave hcen issued hv ,the War Department since the Chilumlum murilers. War ue partment otTlclila said today. com manding offipcis on the border nac authorlt. olTlPial" said, however, to hove their fences wherever It was found nccessar.. "Wife Should Obey Her Husband," Court Rules! , NEW YORK. Jnn. H.-I-i d'smlsslns the separnMnii suit bimtght by Ileatrlci Flnkelstrin ngtlnst Nathan Flnkolstein, Justice llolehUiss advised tlie young couple tn be reconciled. Hr said' This )r a case of temperamental clash. I'.et this yo"ng woman observe the commandment to obey her husband; let the husband .estrain his temper, and remembei there is no paiiuershlp suc cess until the partii"1 suboidlnate their v'IIb tQ the neceisllies of iho situation." Sweet Catawba SPECIAL ' at $1.25 gallon TO-KAI.OW CO., Inc. 1405 V ST. Mnln 008 The Only Credit House at Cash Pi ices .-LbcMo-Foo! Outfitters for thr nfjrr. FamiV 1J. ABRAMSON, t .Mini'ii-on'i. I vrn-r '! rnd L Ms N W Arrny of 270,000 MetiMW Needed to "Clean Up" Mexico. Officers . Say Two JBlocka,n& Fleets Also Necessary to. Support 'tealid Forces If'task Is to Be Done as in Cuba, v - ' According to General fetaff Plans. It wpuld take at lenst 270,000 was denned up. Two blockading land forcss to do the iob nroocrlv. . ; -.'" . . ., This, was the viewpoint held today by members of the ariii general staff. It has been reached after long study of the situation by officials of the War College, not, it was carefully explained, "with W sPcci--c Problem in mind, but merely in the course of the routine ork of army and navy officers and officials." 0,f .this force of 270,000 men, 50,000 would be regulars; 200,000 . , ... , , . ,, c. would be volunteers and militia organizations of the different btatcs ' , , .'.... .tA u -j sworn in as voluuntccrs so. they could be ordered across the border, .... '- ana iu,wuu wouiu oc marines. REGULARS WOULD LEAD WAY. The regulnis Mould constitute Uio nx-blto forces. They would o abend of the remainder nnd bear the brunt 'it the reah flciillng. Tho 200,000 volunteers would bo omplojtd n the army of oc cupatlon, which would foltow th rro hllo forces. They would bo Ufced foi a treble purpose-untf. to complete snb-jtir-ntlon of hostile foiccs bioken lip by tho regiiluts, two, to do tho .vnrk of cstahllshlnguhle povvrnment, nnd three, to ovcrnwo l' force of numbers usldenty of tho tonltory occupied. The murines would Je employed in occupy ing and holding poit and eefieoa-it cities. According to liifounnll dlsctiBsjd plnns of army ofllclala. there would bo two main tiocp movemontu lr:o Mox Ico. Ono would bo through Tcyas and Into Mexico whojly by land. Tho Sec ond w.jiild l-e oerrea to Ve'i Crui and from time inland. This ; nnd movement, to insute sucqosh, . ould J Carranza Officer Declares He Will Direct Energetic Cam paign Against Villa Himself. CHIHUAHUA. Mexico. Jan. 14.-Gen-eial Trcvlno. Carranza commander. U at tho' head of additional troopH today d( lectins the Dursult of the Vllllsto. ban dits Who massacred American mining nKti west of Chihuahua Monday after noon. Tievlno declined he would not only round up the Vllllstns who took part In this wholesale muider. but would direct an energetic campaign against Villa himself. t Nothing has been heard here of the surwMne members of the Kramer fam ily, since the renort that Bert Kramer was killed bv Mexicans on his father's ranch. The greatest fear Is also felt for the safety of Ben SijcP and Frank oods. cattle men. who rode westward from Chihuahua last Saturday, and who have not been heaid from. Because tho country west of here Is hilly and offers splendid chances for ambush, the Carranza punitive expedi tion is proceeding slowly. Rolland An derson, manager of the Chihuahua For eign club, whoao son, Maurice, was a victim of the bandits, will Join the Americans pursuing the bandits. Ander son was a memner or tIi- relief party that -Kin oui-io recot tne Ponies, IIe ,, early atumblcd across the mutilated ?Jm OI n,H B0" ln tne Kha8tI' mn llght. Fate Kept Lord Derby From Throne of Greece LONDON. Jan. H.-Fate onlv. It be came known today, prevented the Karl of Derby, present director of recru'tlng. from being in the royal shoes of King Constantino of Greece. In W2 Princo Otto of Bavaria., then King of Greece, was forced to abdicate. In 1SG3 the Earl of Derhv. prime minister of England hud grandfather of tho present earl, was offered tho Hellenic throne. He re fused it. Had ho nccepted. the British dhector of recruiting todav would be the King of Greece. Proof. Heihert, you weren't listening to what I tald." "Er what makoi you think that dar llnu?" "I asked you If ou could let me havo a bundled dollars nnd you smiled and said. "Yes, deal est.'" -Life. Tuberculosis is Stubborn and often docs not yield as patient and doctor think It should, even when the best of enre is taken and every natural aid to relief mnde uso of. 1' medical xperts agree thnt rest, ficsh air, piuo food, and hygienic living surioundlngs nro essential. Yet, In many cases, thesp .reasurcs do not bring the desired re sults. I'ndcr such circumstances wu feel Jus tified In suggesting a trial of Eckmnn's Iterative. It lias given relief to many sufferers from tuberculosis, and 'oftfen has nldcd in n recovcty. One constituent Is a lime salt, so com-b.ni-d with other helpful ingredients es to lio easily assimilated by the avenge poison: mm. since it docs not con'nin REIO PUSHES PURSUIT OF BANDITS e or haMt.fmmVni-' " ",00" " nn"iltei. jour mud-liut,,f ni? m m ? Wl 'ou,,t nnd builds )u ii citadel of roil- ..Uii'Sn .) J, '"" lllileocei it Chen ou the miracle kr nell s Tlriig Store.. , , ..MtorehoHse of jour being, It any naicoiic. opiate, ilni5 its use Is not Ser So'd by O'Don Kekinim l.nltorntor. t'lillndrlnlitn. ' Advt A HEARTY BREAKFAST 1llllTi'Q Snusape and hot cakes! II, I III it 0 And remember the latter (flf.ni INK n,r never to wholesome icin iii.iiu ali aunetizhiir. as when R IKWHFAT U1",' "", U'i,i-,s self, amnuiiini . niMin-'iiiiPkwiiaai. i'.-. i, n'-r Bfmr'r No eenuiner rnunli.!. B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO. Vholtil Qructr. llth and U 3U. ii. K. men to clean Up Mexico ns Cuba fleets would linve to act with the ni'Cd at least iCii.OOO mm After enpture of Mexico City troir A CK to G.W. It In believed, would ls Mifiielfiit to hold tho capital, While lO.itiO went ruitthwrrd nsnlnsl Zututlatus nnd other -cittei.cd bands. Tho remaining force of from 71,000 to 76,000 would bo led In a drlvo westward and northward to crush any resistance between It and southcomng troes from tho northern border. Silent Ab To Time. Officers hesitated .about expressing an Idea of the length of time it might take to clean up Mexico. Some said a year: others believed It might tako from' three to five years. The majority thought it would be hearer tlio latter period. All agreed that while the fighting undoubt edly would be sanguinary, there would bo Jess than four or five "big stands" by an oncmy. The figures mentioned. It waa ex--plained, would be sufficient oven if Mex ican leaders, now fighting against each other, united against the common foo. Employes' .League Representa-. tives Confer With Officials at St. Elizabeth's. Conferences with Assistant Secre tary of the interior StephenT. Math er In reard to hours req'ulred of the nurses and attendants, at St. Eliza beth's Honpltal, and with Assistant Postmaster General Roper concerning working conditions of laborers at postoffices throughout the country, were features of today's activities by the National League of Government F.mi loyos President George Y,. rain." of the 1-ague, who is participating In most of the conferences, Is especially In terested It. having the principle of the Dlstilct eight-hour law recogniz ed In favor or the staff at St. Eliza beth's. Compulsory furloughs to which mem bers of the custodian force of the Treas ury Department were subjected last year, nnd which the leaguo Iclieves un fair to this class of Its membership, were the subject of a conference with Assistant Secretary of the Trcasuiy Byron Ti. NewUnvthts af term-on. Facts have already been presented to several members of Congress' with whom the league Is In touch, and arguments of fered why spoclul funds should be pro vided to moke the furlougliF unncces-i-ary duung the current year and Jm--possible In 1917. Surgeon Gencial Blue, of the Public Health Service, will confer with mem bers of the league late this afternoon In regard to working conditions at ma rine hospitals. Tonight the delegates will be guests of Branch I. comprising Navy Yard employes. Eforts to eonflnce the President t'lat s-'atiirriav hulf-bolidavs for Gov ernment clerks should extend from June to October, Instead of from July to Sentrmh-r. as at present, will be made Pt a hearing which Picildmt Cain, of tho league. Is to arrange with .Mi. Tumiiltv, peeietarv to tlm Preslden. it was announced yester day. CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years &JwBjra bears the Signature of Supreme Miracles By Dr. Dclmcr Eugene Croft A SUNBURST OF CHEER A urw book by the author of M. PKEUH PI;ltHONAMTY. 3(1.000 copies culled for b dealers, V Mmrurn of liiuiihtrr nnd truth. A book thnt mukei po want to "In bcaven even lifter iiii wife lin (riven au the utber pi see makes truth rosier tliuu lng iijnkea aurcesM ranicr (linn fall lire; makes health easier than alek dcs makcM IinpplnesM easier than misery mnlirs beauty easier than ugllnemil It erases scowl nnd m grascN Hinllesi keeps our ueddlng rlncr from rtiniialni; Into a nor. slums ?on lion lo ork (lie Mlnti'lc of Mfe the Jllrncle of rimer, the Jllr nrle of l)elrr the ,Ilrclc of Ilappl ncs the lllrnele of Hrnlthi the Mir acle of louthi thr .lllrai-lc of llrnulj the Sllrnrlr or l'imfr of Mrntnl Indue I lun I the Mlruiie of Personal Aliuiis. plirre, Adt. Denier supplied b? all cn Com panleM. , Sold at nil News nnd Unok Stand. 2.1 cents a copy, or by mail DR. CROFT, New Haven, Conn. PLEADS FOR SHORTER HOURS FOR ASYLUM W& MEXICO STIRS UP SENATORS ' (Continued from First I'nge.) hitioh. snld n urnvo responsibility tested oft President Wilson, nnd ho had nlwnyn wniiminizou Wh him. . . , , i Ho hns been evcrelv criticised for IiIh. DolleV. l0r wntcjiful waiting."' said Hcnntor AVork. "f irnto nlwnv yiu,-' rathlzed wllli him tinder tbesn nttnUks T regret Mr. T'rcsldciil. that IHo li7mfc thav watchful wnltltiK will succeed no. longer hns nnv foundation. ' "Congress nioiio has tho power to declare War, hntl thin la what Intervention meana , Con gresfl should rtrsumo tho Huponslbllliy. T1',"ro iio reason to dlvjdo responul uiittv with other countries or saddle H on the Prcftldent." oonmur IMURD of MassnCIUtSellK iiioii nnhcil to hnvo printed In tlm ijeeordfor Infirmntiitn his resolution f ArU ,2T im, hfoh recited Hip Cunillll.ms .Of S'loloncn In Mexico, anil counniy went to -var ovjllh' Hnertn. That war. as all knon. un hrouirht iv a nui-vr-isiiii i-nneiusiini n oi'v enemy has Just died In jail." Stone Defends Wilson. Hnalir Slonu of Missouri then took tJ)o riocr to Vlcfend tho 'Administra tion course In Mexico. "I hope there. Is no extensive movement with a view to provoking armed conflict with the people of Alexlco," ho raid. He praised the President for his ooursp In keening tlm country at peace, and declined Ihut Jf some men lie knew had lind tho powers of tlm Piesldent, the t'nlf'l ."tates would promptly be embroiled In .ar with Mexico and come of the powers of till rope. "But H cannot be that tho grcnt bfidy of Amerlcnu people, who have no sin ister motive moving them, desire to havo thin Government Involved In war," he said. Senator Stone recalled that six year ngo ho hnd sought to bring about In tervention, but bo said that was when there was no government In Mexico. In n series of Interruptions Senator Fall of New Mexico sharply, challenged this -itntcincnt and others by rienntor Stone and declared that when Schntor Stono offered his resolution for Intervention de la Barra was nd Interim President and the government was recognized by this country. Pleads For Carranza. Recounting the story of the Chihuahua massacre. Senator Stone said he would not be surprised to hear of other out rages, and he declared he had no doubt Villa and Zapata were doing everything they could nnd would, go to nny length to embroil this country with Mexico and thus overturn tho Cnrranza government. He pleaded that Carranza be gl'vn a chance to restore order, and he con demned "the Impituous nnd naming spirit of war" which Senators wore ills playing In their demands for intorvon tlon. Follow Ing a talk with tho J'lesluent on the Mexican situation today, senator Stone, chairman of the I'ore'gli Isola tions Committee, on returning to the Capitol, disclosed 1.1s views on Mexico. Recalling thnt six years ago he had urged use of foicu In Mexico to pro- uslnr the nini.. i r.h. .. iniiii i iii 'umni no in'ceHcar.v lo 'go in." SlmLorffiLW ftAnnio nalt nB, 'l tnotubers who rormttly llnircr L. Inn lKl ! opposed his plait lu-d been changed fiom f i?d nV ii-li .ViJ ,,.?im !i i IL "love" nt l'rnc" W "vviUtlrea croaking l!".e.,i..r 'r i Vme ,c,",niUi.!n i. nr, war, wiirt Sui.ntor Stolie dcclui'-d m:nuS.n Carrnn-ai inust bo fclrcn a vhflncc. lie ,? u"n' henrttor l.odgc aiq Oeplored the recent massufcro. but Jllfi rof.olutlrtn was MttnroA when thirl n.i.i...i. iiimi liiu irrtiiiitiif tifiu !:iMiiiinii hi SCHIFFMANN'S NEW BRONCHIAL REMEDY For Bronchial Asthma, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and Coughs. O'Donnell's Drug Store Is willing to lloso the profit which would be made on a bottle of Schlffman's New Concen trates Expectorant, and announces that thev will sell a regular 00c bottle of this remedy for 25c thalf price) to persons presenting the coupon below, but only for the first bottle to each person. Although a remedy for Bronchial Af fections, and Coughs or Colds might not have yet been required so far this sea son. It is more than likely that some member of the family will need some before It Is over, and It will pay lo take advantage of this opportunity now and buy a bottle at half price, Instead of putting off until later and paying full price. . While loilng money, thej have decided lo give the public an opportunity of trying this most excellent, successful, new remedy- atr no'srcatei price than they would have to pay for almost any ordinary cough lemedy, ami ale posi tively certain that It will be found the best medicine ever used for Coughs. Colds. Bronchial As'hmn. Bronchitis, Whooping' Cough. Cro.ip and Hoarse ness. Besides having a chance of securing TWr.N TV-FIVE CENT COUPONNO. 4 Tills roil pou nnd U.fc Is good for " (only) Oe bottle of eblffmann4 Xeir Concentrated T.'xpi-etf.innt nt O'ponneU's Unix Store. If your name nnd nddrcw-i U filled In. Nninc j -T 3rr- y shir .mp &3&tm-iMSb m v Vjiirvsjfwim ,ir. r finr'srunm . :x i a vv Mjmnwai r&. ithi :ii tiwrt wire ifnisn " -Lwin ft vitww s un ur --v. nc;--J2? Concert Today , Orchestral Concert by the U. S. boklierh' Home rJnnd, nt Stanley HrII nt G:45 ' o'clock.- . , -' JOHN 8. M. IMMUIIMANN . 'Mrectpr, 1 r -' J", ' -" Mnri-h, "ThuiKJcriiiB fcaMnoiftT" Wncak ModU-y oVoiUIk, "Alone the. uruiu .....,... .....?iiiiiiir. ,Morcua, "Jioek Moru I'nnce" 4 ' i UrdlnKfi 5 .Solecll.'ii. "Tim Uhly Ulrl"... Herbert i li.'ll oiidity, ''UiiiiiOulaiil.",....MorHP I Valeo hesltuiron. Talsfe c'elcstlnl" Hniitli f lnlenrezzo, bIxlltttn",..,,Von lllmiA. Finnic. "Hitting the Ti.ill' Beh.vnrtxi-i "fie Hinr NvmiHieii iinnncr." . , , i iiui iiiivitwuii ;iii.(jn, 3uiif.iu, ji.fiiv iil'l hr. .ih Tor iii'iir.c now. lliotmh ha I M . 4 . .. I . .. .Iir.... L3..MI t.t Ull.l... believed Iho time might conte When It rho nicTi w)io se Into a war xono merchant ships unterlng the war rone nuroau, wnere uanger ano ueo in lunc. practically commit a crlmo against tho uovcrument wnose protection tijcy ac iiuiml." He said the roving bands under Villa would go to any lengths to embroil tho United States, but It was the "height ol foolishness" for Americans to go, Into dungeious Mexican territory. Ho char acterized the demand for war na "utter ly absurd " ,.... His views are said to reflect the Presi dent's opinions. L SUPPORT FOR LEVEES Mississippi River Association Urges Prompt Action to Guard Against Floods. In the hope that Congress should step In anJ help in the completion of the lovee system along the Missis sippi river, from the Ohio to tho Gulf, In order to prevent the recurrence of disastrous floods, 'supporters of MIs-sli-nippl river Improvement are active In Washington. Tomorrow, a number of Senators and Congressmen will meet In the Senate Commerce Committee room to consider j n bill for the treatment or the Missis sippi, Independent of the river apt! liar- bor bill. John A. Kox, secretary of tho MlsIs- sippt -River' Levee Association, whoso headquarters arc at Memphis, Is! strong ly urging prompt Congressional action. He believes the Government should proceed on n great scale as It did with the Panama ennui. the very best icmcdy possible, at half price, you also ret as much as would cost you 2.00 to M.00 for the same iiuantlty of ordinary. old-fashioned, ready-made kinds, because a 2-ounce bottte makes n whole pint (12S tea spoonsful) when mixed at home with simply a pint of granulated sugar and one-half pint of water, as directed. It Is altoRcthjr different from any other medicine. It positively contains no chloroform, opium, morphine or nny ether narcotic, as do most cough medi cines. It Is most plearunt to tako and absolutely the best and safest for chit dien. Absolutely no risk Is run In buying this remedy, ns If It does not give per fect satisfaction and even more If It is not found the best remedy ever used for nny of the above complaints, go back ami the above druggist will refund your 25c Just the same as with Schlffmann's famous Asthmador. Can anything De fairer? You will be the sole Judge ana your money is not wanted if you are not catlsfied. Better buy a bottle at once, while fresh In memory, otherwise you might forget It. The cost could also be reduced by Inducing a neighbor or some filcnd to buy half the quantity. A lii reus IKTTUff I Atr MDMkirAvtA m ,nB ""'w ur r-- ASKS CDNGRESSIQNA New Orleans Clings to Her Ideals ' As tho Vino to tho Tree See this romantic old city andf its beautiful environs EN ROUTE TO CI ' aiirornia Through the Land of Evangeline Apache Trail Side. Trip Through Exquisite Scenery 120 mile Automobile Drive Via Roosevelt Dam and Cliff Dwellings Train Service all tbat Heart Could Wish or Appetite Desire 5, WASHINGTON-SUNSET ROUTE OFFICES! 911 G Street N. W. .os uth :ici r.w. A. .'. Pontnu, (-n. Al JILSON ADHERES 10 "WATCHFUL WAITING" American Government , Still Looking tp Gen. Carranza to Restore Order. He'spfte the continued killing of Amer ican citizens In Mexico there Is In pros pect no immediate abandonment of tho' Watchful waiting policy bv the Adntinl-, iiniiun. j nis was muicaicu uu-. morn ing, following an early conference at the Whltn House, between' the Piesldeht and Chairman William V. Stone, of tho Senate Committee on Foreign delations. Although the Senator would not ills c'ose what tho President nald. he ex pressed the opinion nt tlio close of-the conference that the American Govern ment would contlhuo td look to General j Carranza to restore .order In the bandit- i Infested region of tho Mexican bolder States. "Cacranza." said Senator Stone. "Is leathering up tho loose ends, atid'cannot uooxnecicd to do this in i day." Tho President iin.1 Senator Stone dis cussed At some length the various reso lutions which hiivn lipnn liilrnriiKv-rl lit the Hr.uco nnd Scna'to calling for armed Inlenvcutlon as a result nt Mondays massacre. It Is believed the President expressed tho hopo that these resoln- tlons would not be reported out of tho ' committees to which they were referred. . inc Administration, u wa.i learned, is out It sympathy With tho icsolution pf ov'.ur Lrfjwio oi Illinois, niunorizin th l'itsldent to employ tho arnud forces f the United Btatcs under cei- tain conditions to rstora order In Mnxi co nnd rrotect the lives of American citizens. Ahearn Non-Support Suit Is Dismissed A wife having S09 to her credit in a bank Is not in destitute circumstances. Chief Justice Covington, ruled touny in approving tho dismissal of tho Indie: ment Charging non-support osalnsi Thomas Ahearn. J. J. Costlgan, appear ing tor Ahearn, Informed the court or the financial status of Mrs. Ahearn. ami the District Attorney agreed that the non-support Indictment should be dis missed. Col. Harding in Capital From the Canal Zone CV.I. Chester Harding, former I'n glnecr Commissioner of the T)ltr''t and now engineer of maintenance at the Panama canal, is in SVnshlngtrn nnd will appear before ihu appropriations committees on the canal estimates Colonel Harding probably will remain neto until February 1. C Va Everything Men Wear Suits, Overcoats, and Men's Furnishings at greatly reduced prices in our 60th Anniversary Sale. $20 and $25 Suits now $16."50 $20 and $25 Overcoats now $17.50 $15 and $16.50 Overcoats now. . .$11.00 SHIRTS $1.50 Shirts. Now $1.15 $2.00 Shirts. Now $1.35 $2.50 Shirts. Now $1.45 $3.50 Shirts. Now $2.00 Neckwear and Hosiery STINEMETZ F Street Corner 12th D A ill DUVfLi Do you know that a con sistent bowler never gets appendicitis? , Do you know that Bowl ing is more than a sport i the most beneficial exer cise of all, bringing every muscle of the body into play? v Start now find out for yourself at anv Of the fol lowjng alleys: . ; . Washington's Leading Bowling. 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