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WEATHHfci ' HI fWWWW WWW fWWffr aBtn a AaaAla ftAttMaUaUMpW iimv taateM. rtmptt twr mt m m 8ft bm. ffertaat tssra tarr far 3$ fr tart M 1 44 0c?a, shinafctn B KDITION Til tfaJMM m.-A SnAAMMi Kuui ttNtu wjttn rVrnr? WTIJt ftsayUaar flauaa HairaUr ""WW WMWW WW! WW! re NUMBER 11,117. Publltaed every vnlft (laeludlaf Sunday) Knttrtd aecoDU-clau matter, at tn postotflce at Washington, p. c WASHINGTON, xFRXDAY EVENING, MARCH 28. 1919.' PRICE TWO I FmIWi, S'ftft One Cent. Bill immiiiimiiiwi wim mn ji ,um uiiiiiiliu ul OH $117 Lak B m Bis B SB iB Iif aBWBMC1 CHm r ARTKUK 1KIS8A3E. Kfeyrrtcat. Hi.) A wetfea house Suraed. A moth er, father aad three children were a it The aether aad father got at. The Mother went back Into the James TO SAVE HER CHIL DrWN, AND WAS BURNED TO DEATH. The newspaper says the "father waa iajured." The mother, before she was burned, took one child to Hie window, dropped it dowa to the father, went hack for the others, and never returned.' .it. happened In Richmond Hill, Long Island, on Wednesday morning. It la a story duplicated all orer ; the world whenever mothers know ' that their chldlren are in danger. i This -will interest Senators and j others who think women are not !flt to vote. Next, to the column that tells : you of the woman trying: to save 1 her children, you read this head line: "Jealous wife kills two babies aad ierself.' , The woman that dies to save her ralldren and the woman that kills herself and her children through : je&loosy are botfiaccountefl for in etorefi words of the Songs xt ' Songs, -which is Solomon's: "LOVE -IB-STRONG AS DEATHS JEALOUSY IS CRUEL AS HE GRAVE.' " - T ' From the Argentine is reported & massacre of Jews, the pretext peiQS a false statement that "Jews hirer fomeatiag a Bolshevist revo htrtka.' This harmful lie that re mits ia Murder has been diligent ly sfread on this country by a cer rtaia Protestaat minister, who ought ft b suppressed. There should be )smut way of acting in Jail, if Bwceaeary. those whose brutaLrace Pad religious prejudices spread the plasters that result ia assasBina !$&, as ia Baesos Aires now. Joseph Karsap stole a handbag 4a ifce street from Gladys Rbalet tfoara was ome ceat in the hand- "bag aoaore. Karsap, twenty-two. 'lyaaza old, to sesteaced to i&ee Hd ja half jeara i State's piisoa. f 3Ie;icpRVictfesfTe.e it wag m xfcak .-Bat pam lsaigSeTiow riai wot xaast tare sad&L m ti&n. that a leaalaje Ww the MS-a$rffed cfekieBs ef thai? saftly rolling TfifttasfeeE It must have occurred to many tjfjAem that a man really "DE SERVES to fro to prison for being foolish enough to steal so little in ft great country like $15., .. "When aniline dyes, phased com ing from Germany, 'tin; business ixnen in America promptly found tue energy, capital, and courage accessary to make dyes here. It was then suggested by this -writer that those men should be protect ed and the dye industry in the United States preserved for them AFTER the war. It is a pleasure to announce a Reason of tb War Trade Board that the dye industry of, the Unit ed States is to be protected. Those that had the foresight and 'cour age to develop the industry at a time of need will be properly pro tected. Aniline dyes are made up of petroleum, labor, scientific knowledge, and intelligence. We Irave those things in the United States; ijo need to import them. A by-prodnct of the aniline dye industry is necessary in making high explosives. Another reason or encouraging that industry. There is no knowing when high explosives will aain'be the most important world product. - In Labrador the influenza has practically wiped out the popula tion. It is a terrible and myste rious disease. If it had worked In the United States as it has in Lab rador, it would have killed more han seventy-five million of people ere. Entire Labrador communi ties have been wiped out, Hter ,lly, not five in one hundred left t&live. In one case, ALL the in habitants on one island died; their Oodles were devoured bv wild anl tnals. That happens in many places ?here human beings have not de veloped the power to resist dis ease. It Is literally necessary to educate the white corpuscles in She blood that fight disease gorms. ps it is to educate the brain that fights nature and her problems. They have arranged in New York' to stop peddling on the streets by soldiers. Officials an nounce that It has "become a nui sance." Hereafter, according to a citv magistrate of New York, fines win ! be imposed on soldiers peddling without a license. I How encouraging it would be if ' authorities would show as much energy helping soldiers to make a Jiving as in preventing it. SOLDIERS ARE NOT ANXIOUS 10 BE PEDDLERS. Give them other work at fair pgy and you will find that out. ajv rw readme ALLIE TO ALLIES' BILL AGIST FOE WILL TOTAL BEBLlir, March Sgftttepm rater Kaler & hl railre-tmmhjr "are io W called upon Ty hetr karr of the Vrar coat In cold cfuth. I Tkl U the aa aad aabstaaef ef a decUlva aC the 'Pnuwla sovfera aseat, accoraiaa t the lalerareta tloa pBt bbbb It today. The .de cision revokes the exemption from taxation hitherto enjoyed by nsem ber of ihe'FrusIaq royal faarily and their immediate relatives e-f, the, Haaoyeiiaoi. family,- the elec toral hoaae- ef- Hesse, and the for SBerreJsIaa; hBe of Nassau. i.. ...--. - i '. j . NEW YORK, March, -28-The world's Ball isf ; a'&oares aeainst ,.-,- i - m - - - - T -; -i -w-m - -i MBa&datI in a copyright dispatch to thff World ffom"Herfrt- yard Swope, in Paris. Ije.cableat r-i am aoie to DrseemL nerewitn ex- clusivelv the tabulated survev of damages, ke -figurea comprising, loss of -plants and services enforced tin der acts of deportation and' other wise: ' France ..;.... . , . t ... 916,904,098,960 Belsinm . . 4 !' i i, i 7J5ftSJMft99 Great Britain '. ...7.. 8,M,aeev000 Rsssia, Inclndinsr Po- . ' land ... v.. .,'. .' 7t&&e,deaoe Italy .-...-.iA' ivwevaeeee Serbia ... .... ; ... .;. l,eO6vO6O,O90 Bmiiawfa .tw..,.t... ieeot,eao,a99 America T5,08,000 Greece OOveO,OO0 Czecho-Siorakia SeOeOevOOO' Japan 23800000 Portugal- . . . . K 100,000,000 China, Slam, Arme- - ala' and others, aboat 350,000,000 Total 3935000,000 'This list will be subject to final verification, hut it will furnish the basis toe. claims that will ba present ed to Germany when the draft of the treaty is undertaken. Distribution of damages in reparation will not nec essarily be made on the basis of the claims, for Belgium will certainly be adjudged as entitled to recover for a larger share of her losses than any other nation, with France and Serbia running next In the order of prefer ence. The total as thna presented la above' the German capacity to 'pay and mast be sealed down to a collec tible snm. which Is likely to fall be tween $39,000,000,000 and $30,000,000,- "It may be said with confidence, that the figures as given win be' sub mitted to the enemy as Justly falling within the definition of reparations in the original armistice. It la import ant to note that the claims do not include pension payments, as they are not considered as eominf wUhta the proscribed category." PEACE ENVOYS REACH NO DECISION ON A GENERAL STAFF TO AID LEAGUE PARIS. March 2S Although the league of nations covenant, as amend ed, is today in the hands of a special (Continued on Page ! Column 2.) 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Counsel for the defense elected trial before two jurists, and Judges Heuisier and Dawkinn, of the criminal court, presided. The trial proceeded with prompt ness. Much wrangling: characteristic of murder trials, was eliminated and at 2:30 p. m.. at the conclusion of the testimony of the surgeon who per formed the post-mortem examination. Deputy State's- Attorney R. T. Mar chant announced that the State hud closed its case. Pleads ot (iuiltr. Webster entered "a pleu of "not euilty." W. Trickctl Giles, chief coun sel for the defense, was ready for the closing- of the prosecution and imme diately called his first witness. After (Continued on Page 21. Column 1.) L ' , Installment privileges for the Vic- j ory loan will be th niot liberal of an.v Government wur loan. Secretary Glass announced today. Payment will be permitted in aix installments. In the fourth luau the Treasury al lowed four instalments. The Installment dates and amounts ... . J 1... .I..-.- -. ....uu.,tu ,,., w.ua.-, .11 1-. i .-ii yci . cent on or before May' Hi. 10 per cent w r i , ,- .... . . . ' before July lo. 'JO per cent August r 20 per cent September 0. -0 p ler cent ) October ,. and tho remainder with accrued interest oni deferred inntall- 1 wed four in.MallpVnts Wfrnm FORKnilNG BRIDE CAN PAY NEW LOAN IN 6 INSIA INS WILL &, L'HANEY WEBSTER, WW FIE WIRE STRAND MINEOLA, L: l.,"t "March 28. The body of Mr. Jujia WJlkins.' ; now lying in Lutheran Cemetery. Middle Village, Queens Borough, will tomor row again be exhumed for' the "pur pose of aiding the officials of Nassau county in thefr search for evidence against Dr. Wilkins. Dr. Qirard Kuhn, of the department of corrections. Manhattan, will take the finger prints of the dead woman, it was learned here "today. , These will be compared With the one on the piece of lead pipe found near the house. This mark is rather smeared, and does not correspond with any finger prints of Dr. Wilkins which have been taken. Hare New Theory. The theory on which the authori ties are working now is that Mrs. Wilkins was attacked in the house and then ran into the yard to call for J neip. out was cither again attacked or reii unconscious from the blows. Detectives working on the case of Dr. Wilkins discovered that the wire wrapped about the handle of the ham mer used in th murder was taken from a coil found in a closet of the rhysician's bed room. ur. wtiKins has eotilended :v,t MAY HANG ON rh5r.rrP in 'e, d,d "0t ownthe date of expiration of the Sauls ,.? ?i ' neve,r Kaw bury resolution Mr. Syme atatcd: it until after the murder. The au-i ..Tl, Kaulsburv resolution :.v. thontles believe that the new de velopment will refute this statement. Wire Used In nedrooni. The wire Is a sixteen-strand 'weave commonly used in hanging pictures. Indeed, some of the same wire was used In hanging natures in Wilkins" bedroom The comparison was made under a powerful magnifying glass and, ac cording to the detective, the coil strands matched those uround the hammer perfectly both as to size and weave. The detectives announced further that they would be able to show that the wire was not cut by nippers or any oilier Instrument, but rudlcv ilirinnri rrnm tVi& .-.nil .... ...ii. -....--..- .., ,... ucw.pa .n, u Bliarp-cornered stone They said that they had magnified the exhibit ap- proximately 1.000 times. SHIP EXPLODES; 70 HIE. VEMCE. Mareh 28. Seventy pea sons were killed and many injured when an oil tanker exploded In the linrh"i' lir this mortiinc ARM ASKS POWER Extension of the ..TJwwr At the Government to deport negiijfc alioaV must 'be granted bjrttT5?d?t igress to prevent several -huPdredi dangerous 'aliens,- now Interaed, bif ing turned loose at the'plrociamatioit . of peace,. Attorney General- Palmeri auiu iuuy. . Palmer showed' thafthere are 90V atieris classed as dapgerous riow in internment camps, aid Indicated his intention of further inrestigati'ag their cases with a iew to. prevent ing their release. -: --' ' 4.000 InteTAeeL Xbejottf Mbei ojileW Iftti ed durlnr thewar" wax tafdii 2fe- .W0?t:&H. Attorney Qeaerai aal 'ar: ;... ..r.... jnuaz'-.' . ,, ariM' .nwnA jt mc 1111.cf.ucu Bc.Bincn approii- matcly l,80fr have applied TAlurh to Germany, and S00 of the dangerous 1 alien anemia ha.v maJTn Itr11-n nn.'f . ,-j .... . Kucaiint. t is cxpccica tnai ar- rangeramts will be perfected through 4he State Department for the repatri ation or these two groups. Six Hundred Ordered freed. "The Department of Justice," Pal mer said, "has recently -directed the release on parole of about 600 persons belonging to the more harmless class of dangerous alien enemies. This h . . . . - r group consists cnteny or persons wro were interned because of repeated Violations of parole or other regula tions, and are now no longer regarded as a menace to the public safety. "When these men have been paroled and the repatriation plan is carried but, approximately '900 dangerous alien enemies will remain, and it is not 'expected that any substantial number of these, will be released In the near future. . Member of I. W. W. "About 200 of this number are pro fessed members of the I. W. W. or an archistic organizations and their cases will be referred to the Secre tary of Labor with a view to secur ing their deportation, if, in' his opin ion, the evidence warrants such ac tion. "The residue of these 000 danger ous alien (enemies contains a large number of convicted criminals spies and enemy agents who, In the view of the Attorney General, onght not to be permitted under any circumstances to remain in this country after the declaration of peace." RENT LAW STILL IN FORCE E Conrad H. Syme. Corporation Coun sel for the District, today told the District Commissioners that the Saulsbury resolution does not expire until the Senate has ratified the peace terms. Following a request from the Commission to give an opinion as to The tauisDury resolution says That until a treaty of peace shall have ben definitely concluded Between the United States and the imperial tierman government, etc. "The Constitution of the United States, article'.!, section '. says that the President shall "have power, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to make treaties, provided that two-thirds off the Senators present concur,' etc. "There is no power vested in the President alone to make treaties. So, a treaty vould not be 'definitely con cluded' in the language of the Sauls bury reso'ution. until it had been rati fied by the Senate." O'LEAhV IS "OFF" AGITATIJKS. NEW YORK. March L'S. Jeremiah "Leary iaid today he was no longer an Itish propagandist. If will prac tice law. ; O'Leary is free on $10,000 bail. onecount of an indictment in which he was accused of disloyalty still hanging over him. However, as he was acquitted n all other counts he will probablv. not he brought to tr'itl ncram. MILE 900 ALIENS NOW .. -. -v . rv- ' AYS SI RUMANIANS Hungarians BV av m Marn age - , -. COPENHAGEN, March 28. The Hmnf triaa Bolihe viki have followed the action of the SiJidan Xeds in abolishing the mirriie crwbOTij. The Spvit hsa .de creed that illegitiDiate children shall hiLre the tme rights ffihrnSotm in wedloclc 'LaaCC wjtiiaai, by living Josetif or 3U$wxt bzSottfmmmmy married iriXbSmagSab thiey-sfflrtlfergona who stpWfESSk to sewuxte-xndiliTerip&rt, their relktionalup-is aitomtli- N 1101 a - . . " it.-JA', M SifcatArEkl'SS-iBq'Jtq is'frlaara fall Id g pwjr to the seductive propa - ganda of 3armoil agents, aad are be - iiisr j-m.'la tltah to .enter the .. .iii'r'i'rAM.tf -iJi.a . ' . noU Ul JBUIWVR cuctc. This waa the specific charge made by Mrs. George W. Coleman, of Bos - ton, hrefofe the Home Welfare Club of the Third Universalis! Church of NortV,, Cambridge, and she supple mented. It with the explanation that the cleverness iOf the agents had up to now kept them out of the hands of the la'wl " "Since the war," safd Mrs. Cole man, these Mormon agents have-been particularly active- In reviving polyg amy. They say that it is Imperative under present conditions. They would like to see conditions here as they are in "Russia, where women are regarded as- mere Instruments of re production." A well-defined propaganda is being carried on in and around Boston, ac cording to Mrs. Coleman. Private schools attended by the daughters of the rich are not Immune. Young and attractive women are enlisted in the. work-, as well as men, and no anti-Mormon meeting or dem onstration is without its quota of Mormon spies who report back to Salt Lake City. The Boston woman declared that the Mormon church was gaining in numbers and power. "Five Western States are controlled by the Mormon vote," she concluded, "and Wall Street is largely under the influence of the elders of the church of polyg amy." T L CHICAGO, March '2S. Four thou sand letters are at the Great Lakes naval training station awaiting Dan iel Tolman, reputed heir to $1,000,000 left him by his uncle. Daniel Tolman. millionaire pawnbroker of Philadel phia. Tolman will have ample time to read them, however, as he faces a long stretch in the brig, having been post ed by naval authorities an a deserter. The letters are from girls who would marry the young millionaire, from automobile concerns and real es tate promoters. EIRST WORLD LABOR CONFERENCE HERE . 1i.vnnv M.roh ?S. The first In- i ternational labor conference to take W ??; Jif p 0 MILLION BESIEGED BY MA place in Washington in October will J .. be attended by -about 200 representa'- M IS "T. B-'S" ALLY. tives of labor and employers, along! CJUsWELAND, Ohio. March 2.--with experts, according to the Paris Tl' la the ally of tuberculosis, says correspondent or tne, uauy .ews. George N'icoll Barnes, of the British Cabinet, and one of the most prominent labor leaders, says that the British draft has been accepted with modification INVADERS Abolish 2Mfr3&tr' - T After twadaya ot eoaforrlar 6SC ftween Industrial BoaxC 400 mine i operators aid Fuel Admlafttrator .Garfield; lower eaar nr!;e tnrfiwira nnMtt -umwvm,u4 According to- a summary by the Na- j tional Coal Associatiqn of the details of the conferences, it developed that the Railroad Administration, which consumes 30 per cent of the entire bituminous output, has adopted un- rair practices despite Director Gen eral Hines' Tecently announced policy for purchase of railroad fuel, which Would drive the price of railroad fuel below thtt cost of production. The operators therefore declared that unlesa the Railroad- Administra tion would lend Its co-ooeratlon and bind Itself to accept the findings of the conference no lower coal prices could yet be agreed upon; ?eperatJoB XtefaSed. It was Xurther charged that the! Railroad Administration hid refused to asure this cO-operatton, and the ' conference ended with a. resolution passed by the operators to i the effect j that no loWer prices wllL .be made until proper co-operation, from, the administration was. forthcoming. Almost simultaneously with the an nouncement of thef coal association's changes, Henry B. Spencer, director of division, of purchases of the Rail road Administration and acting chief of the Railroad Administration, in the absence of Director General Hines, who is now on an inspection tour. Is sued a statement emphatically deny Ing them. He declared the Railroad Adminis tration has been in constant touch with officials of the National Coal As sociation with reference to the carry-. Ing out of the announced fuel policy, and that it has co-operated to the fullest extent with the association. Adhering- To Policy, Is Clalsu "We have requested the member of the association," he said, "to bring to the attention of the railroad ad ministration any failure to "carry out the instructions, issued by the director general, so that we could investigate the matter and remedy the fault, if any existed. So far as we are advised the purchasing departments are- ab solutely adhering to the policy, laid down by Mr. Hines." 120.000 BLAZE ; .8 -i I HAGERSTOWX. Md.. March The lumber and wood manufacturing! I 9W 9m u - a . ! r.orthern suburbs of this city, wm destroyed by Ore early this morning, j nd the north end of the IT. P. ! Holler organ works, adjoining, was badljr damaged. The entire loss was ! J.11..1 baa iiAh wmc , The Are had its origin in the Cttnkxm r, . IMInir. Cleveland . school medical Inspector. wh kaa commenced an inspection of aM Oiavetand school children who Buf fered, the late maladjL Those found to a 'n left wibsIctwIII be given jfywriA iiLrntinn, Ceremony .: -. "., .: ,.- t CHESHCI1 IS BALKED BV ' It I llfaltlfJL 4 'Ul lit llll lIlfL BLOWN HAS DOUBLE FLEET iyOFREDS ;TinxJrtiC3l <33i3eC vrHawiJMiedT? the eeater, f yreveat ft aacray H the Htwa-asHl -iEMfaitaav 1 aferlk ara!e-H trt vrfctipf ? jrram the Jrrcftt The Rsataalaa eat. mi vaaee Jut GaHeta, whSe tiu Gaeeh treats are In aetle gaJ Sa ary. PARIS, Marak 23:Ta aa trftl strike at th1" Haurari jtetHm i&rowjft Xmsswria it waa katvMt - sSSsSttAsR . " w i!""" un ajisi an- ww nrniw lilir FflverMmai"' T ataa basis. ItiSBres,Utai4tt c'ers iacludia Goaeral Maaki, witt fee seat to Ramania to assist im re pelimjr the invasion -ef the Hni- f?iaB&. j ' It -wax &ntpri trviair fkaf. tk Val. tic and Black aa fleets o ke, a9k are being: organized; aad that ifce interallied high conunasd will take a. hand in naval Qperatieaa agafiwt the bolsheviki In those regioas. Allied Aid Certain. Allied aid to Serbia, in ease ta Hungarians carry out their threaten ed attack upon Belgrade, Is regarded ac a foregone conclusion , Italian, troops seven - thousand strong have occupied SiuhtwelMen burg aad Raab, taking, over a part at the Vienna Budapest railway, accord ing to dispatches received here today. I (Stuhlwelisenburc is only thirty five miles southwest of Budapest aad i Raab ia sixty-seven miles Bortawest ) Two Rumanian armycorpr are. said to have crossed the frontier of east ern Galicia. Xlkolai Lenine, the Russian- bolshevik premier, has wirelessed Budapest, urg ing a military campaign against Austria. Uaagarian Soviet Drastic. Xews from Budapest . today via Switzerland indicates the Hungarian Soviet government, fearful of being cut off from the- Russians without help, is taking drastic measures to safeguard its position. The Hungarian food commissioner is reported to have decreed a meat less week, starting Tuesday Trans gressors are taid to- have been threat ened with the most severe penalties. The socialization commissioner is un derstood to have decreed immediate closing of all shops except food, drug, tobacco, and stationery stores. Any infractions of this decree, according to the dispatches, win be punishable by death. Official circles In, Hungary -are said to be deeply disappointed, over the failure of the Russian Soviets to send immedlote military eld. A traveler arriving in Pressburg. which is reported to have been occu pied by Italian troop's, declared that , before Colonel Vlx, of the French ! army, was arrested fn Budapest, hla ! house was besieged, and that all en tente flags were torn to pieces. The 'Czech legation has been occupied, the ' traveler najd. and" official documents (have been seized from allied couriers. RED SIEGE OF VIENNA BY HUNGARIANS URGED IN LENINE WIRELESS " BERLiv. March 2S. Premier Laaine . w.lretea8ed the Hungarian Soviet .OVernment urzincr that It send a Bel- shevlk army against Vienna accord "-.-- -" - ing to a dispatch from Budapest. He is said to have promised to finance a Hungarian expedition against Aus tria to the extent of $20,000,000. REVOLUTION IN GALICIA GROWS; POLISH TR&0PS JOIN MOVEMENT, CLAIM COPENHAGEN. March ZfJWfW Minister Trotsky has annauaAd. to ireless statement, that J&t 9et dM I '. ..-J "21 ii? Cfc.