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Today Strike, and ttovtrremnt Utsrful tvttte Han. Wtorot and Moralty. Q Stream Extra B. WEATHER state teabxht aad to il abctitk Conoress Asked tg Spend $2,000,1)00 For Homes fyf Napy Yard Men Ml) hare seettod their strifes. The K; oti .. In stag eeostry, before or after PRESIDENT realise its and its fcr WmjnBBsjsjqBssgf NUMBER 11,310 "SySgy WASHINGTON, TUESDAY EVENING CTQJ30SE 7, S19. "' FRK3B TWO CENT9. 6HEERFUL VslW asBp''laV PsavsssPHPK. aPBS VbWssBs. sssPB ssaPsUsssssk SP -sBsPsml JsaVsW bbssP VPBw'fek A ' PVI VP'wPsssk amBssmmnw- JnBSsuwT" jssa sBbBBsB ssbb j BsBBs tsbBbVbMssbbw """"" 'ssmw SSSSpw' SBse swobbst nssmBaanmnr sbbbbbbbb' nBsmgBBr aiaBBBaBssfaaw' BmssBjssaV WSSSSS Bbbbs) W ,PtomjBai rJUllUt lima, is esmaV atM fifteea mUBmc Hk smmsfwC Mf sxmtkipM. Jfclsjspei etaae saffiBoa daDax 4 tern ether mOaHwvmsp Thie nan's hease af hsasa aynlrissstex has been pointed awt fcr years at ft feme a mm ho Jy made a fpeat deaL New he is deed, and m?tavmrt hospitals and aaaer saswEsoaas assae Bss snossev Ta at fiat tint foreirn cowa hrtss see man erfash sawxfy Mp bnfld p this natiea. Ha law be ao near-aigfatea, mess lieJsliHrii tepraraatlt essssBSSSmassSBSn to ia- Hat a ft. "dmoB eUssrs wart Kaay Httte kaya at Pataa at wUU asH ft hesdrnd dollars as royal Strikat aa The fSm mfltfcm W- Ian a a loss to aad fifty af ta Th t waca M I12A) a waak. whfck ta Aawrtwi woaM hawBy ba arfldagffar. AfterEarooaca an win its aam awrtt aaro ta talak aaiiiaaH on taa piaalaaiaf f ta BMdaaiMtr Mfa atind ta waet SaOats eotatet; iasa KortoHt leicater loat near is bearabte, bataasa taa Galf is namaalTy bot, The is lapotted as 101 Wlthowtta Qnit atreaas fiaarias, betdmc s coarse tbraogh taa aoal wateta of the ABaatfc, iroeld bare tae tempora- ot Iaaaaor, Iralaad woald loaaar be a graea UW bat IT we aaieisl a treat seals, we eoaM t aar martaan to atierttae Arctte cer- it fartber oat to ' We oaaJd eoasteaet jkg:-wat (Tip eat water- fate off tfc Plortda, aa of aaoat 1 fiaet o power. Uacle Seat eoald say to Botsa- aia what tae Jasdtor to bajaoroas newspapers says to the teaaat, "Be aars, or I will tarn off tbe beat." Sacb sasaaattoas soaad prapoe terotts, iaipoestbte. la days to cotae tbey wfil seesa ertreaialy simple- steii will beat aartbera eoaatries wftb tae aarptaa beat af tbe tropics, aad aaatrol tbe great earraats as ia aa afiee baUdtef If Rip Vaa Wiafcle eoaM oseae back to tbe Cstskilfe be woald see totereetiag proof, on a saaall scale, af Stan's power. Tbe Cfty of New York tabes a small river, flowfeg west aad away from New Tork City, tarns It around, brings it tbrewgb a tennel under a moaa sasa, ooaneets It with a river fiow Bsx east aad brings the water dews to ttl New York's bath tabs. Chisago set tbe asantple. wkh the river that ran into the lake when Father Dearborn was a boy, aad ,bow mas away frees tbe lake carrying Chicago's sewage with it fflDE UNDER HAY TO SNAPSHOT KAISER Oct. 7, took br stt-aterr a pbetoarsnti af tae former Xsmor, by ttstag a wage aned aigh with bay to caucasi thtiaasives and their The inaoceaMoeUng cart then drtvea slowly peat tbe Beatltnck eaotle aait. pea we wsbsh ts tuimei could be sees. While preteadtae; to srreagr the sHdlag bay the rkrv ussiiiil la tralniag- camera aaa saaased tae aecesmt a aayaaaJTa texariss. ranrand strike east at ten zrmmSMLh'fr Ji"!!1 yL W J' ewMBsaasBBUsav1' Jirfi . -That gaasSyrrfiar leSay&aaV pbxn which the SBBBBBBBWVBSBfif SBaaMlBBBaab h vKaBJbfift wtojShP fiJeVsBBfe AaMBaflBBBBttaffC Cbta afeSBBBBBBk . VBflBBBBSSSSShfilBYBBBBBsL Atm ShLdr Ji rfW A. 'faJta 4 ltaaa- ltM ia 11 ) neeaWi! i ..i.. . h-l" . . . -- .-- - -: A-- , . - - . ?. . 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The rales are a trajpty for a, fal debborato boo They Jo, lavt paraut aayasms; lm an - hjhmi afaaa af of, the nriev T eary before a aroassal of ayNe ef its nteeabers ooald be brottcht to tbe attoattoa 'sl cenSerenea. He statiM SSSSVthe aveap to which he was aesteaed InclndM such seen "the head af a rreek industrial eeraeratte. whle4 Is aawsclnr aae f tbe xreatost atracsies la the hl- tory af the eeeatry on tebor, sleel tae nead of a aeat flaaaotal ceraera tion," erideathr beYtas; ia mind John D. Rockefeller. Jr. He intimated that saea delegates as President Smerltas Bitot, of Harrard, Hiss Ida Tarbell, (diaries BMward KasselL or he him- self would have no opportunity to in ptwisicie the conference if such a group voting plan were adopted. Adjem TBI . '." 1 under tats entieiem ay aparge, the eenferenee determined to adjourn until Xitt, o'clock to allow each group a iuu ana iree eonsioerauoa or the (Ceatiaued on Page S, Column 2.) Keeping Up With The Timet A FACT A DAY What weald yea do if yon wasted to obtain (a farm or step year oboes from squeaking; or baJki a chicken oeoa or preserve persim mons or become a diplomat aad didn't knew how? Suppose yom wanted to' knew the tariff on potatoes or tbe' highest bridge in America or why tbe sun looks large at sanest or the income of the Rockefeller Jeandatisn or wbe wrote "Silver Threads Among; the GeM. Tbe Washington Times In formation Bureau has an swered every one ef these qaestions and thousand of Basra difficult ones. It is a service that will tell you free af charge whatever ygex wanf to knew. Write year name and ad dress plainly, sneissing two cemi stomp, to Tbe Times Information Bureau. Pred ark J. Haekia, Diseeter. We tabs this service toe seriously to grsc off -hand I oyer toe teManone. All rsettos are matted di lv ta tbe tossarac. -J wMlia- mBearisy epamaab jar At the present tane the Afsjr taatissi saaHaajasai -' bimh bum m imp jSSTSxwarhe) .UBS eajeiasui wsaA - Navy Yard Workers Ask Congress to Back Plan For Cheap Howes Here AOOOOO Iwmai fenHgiag project for wotte t the Washingtoa KT3Trd fraatlined for the first tan ibii morning before theionM Committee. N. P. AJif m, prGtideirt of , Aaaociation of Machiniat handed th delegation of Mtvj yard wedcers who apptjased before the eommtUee to af that authority be grea H Hpnainy Ootyoration to te ooet, to the Navy Yord iftsimn AayWaUon property asK quired in Southeast Wasaiagion for 6Urtrie. Howe FaTori ffaau Kaiara of the Huse eoamlttee fell -la lle wkh the plan, aad are eareeetoi to lent their efferto tower exeedttte the acqulBltion the property by the workers. The peotoet of the X&vy Yard As eeietio -poald Include eeaatoltlea ef eves Moekf, situated betweeH Pevea teeath aad Nineteenth streets, and Cajdtol street and Munaehw d titeawaith. Aat weaM gire then seven, etty btocks tor develop- tp ePBKfljVm sSe?eJes Mr. Allfas aaaeaneed that a finan cial ma baa already beets perfected br whtoh Aa itavy Yard Aseoetotioa Ofrg-tte laJBCtnrar WiU Leswe BaOk to Jaaily. eqoeits to Hoipitali. MBW TORK, Oct 7. The will of solemn Seal nasi, disposing ef aa estate estimated at HB.dOw.ew. was made public yesterday after his fu neral. He made his fortune by intro ducing "Turkish tobacco for cigar ettes ia this country. The will establishes a trust fund to yield left.StO per year to his widow. The remainder of his estate he leaves to his sen. Leon. He gives his three residenoee here, at Paris and at Atlantic -City te his son. whom he requests te carry out the fallowing projects: Erect a new hospital to be knows as the Solomon Schinasi Memorial Hospital along lines worked out by the testator during his life time. Provide gifts of $300,009 each te the following: Woman's Hospital, Lying-in-Hospital. St. Luke's HmdI- ital, Presbyterian Hospital and Chil dren s Hospital. Four other .hospitals, to be selected by Leon, the son, are to receive $308, set each if the testator's "request" is carried out. RUSSIA NO LONGER NEEDS ANY NURSE Gen. Ironsides Says1 'Damned Sif at Too Much' ' Has Been Said of Their Wants. LONPOK, Oct. 7. The Russians can look after themselves. General Iron sides declared today, having Just re turned from Archangel with the last contingent of British troops. Asked about Russia, General Ironsides said: "I think a damned sight too much has been said already. We have finished our job, and I think the "Rus sians can now look after themselves." s avsntooxB ix sas maibc While repairing a main at Potomac avenue aad K streets nerthwest, last night, Charles Fleet, eeloredt 2tl Thtrd,stsnot nerthwest. and R. I. Jack sea, sslsiid, 111$ Half street south west, were vtssimi by gas and Uken te the Beaeratoayyi ipttal. aXBaXSaad makscysaSMC Best adisjeate setts atesate southeeet. 1 w v - SJT' 'y!"' JBLSz' mZzmWmfH- miZ&mll . jwyrajyrs, wie; ,-agiaag BPi0r.3a9a payvVBji . eaaasm, amtfrn aaaiaajBBSSBaf aa tp aeiaod fee was ti sited at 1 pastat jpea JWfKpflf-" JhtlP SOUKASI ESTte B $15,0iN0 Public Bnildija wtA Gromwk District No. 44 International thf pJter can pay iifaae t controuad toy the OOfTvaplTat. tion. Vfce oorporattoa, baMuea Aml asked PMaVaat for tbe property. Tbe Navy Tard Association wants che eor paratloa to take a loss of fel00. aad charge it to tbe war. 'The plan calls ft tbe sale of lotMPraaae. Haaaes will be erected to cost pASOd pf7J00, to be paid tor la inatoiW awaxe- An or the traasacuoas woi 3b) handled by the association. that baa afron sy tbe detaila are not di el--tjwae of pmes hays aa, spavprvrssi Jtoajsa, aaa respeet. tTndor the co-operatrre plan tt-been devlaed. Wffliam. W. OhaflSjian of the local oraanlnattoa. told the committee that a home af tbe type to eh erected la the southeast (Coastaued on Page 2, Ooluma a.) DEMAND GERMANS EVACUATE BALTIC Peaoe Conference sfupreme Ctotmvoil Xmpowerf Took tolrame Ultimatum. PARIS, Oct. 7. The supreme coun cil sf the peace conference today ! struocea iaarsaai jroca to draw up an ultimatum for presentation to Ger many, demanding the evacuation of German troops in the Baltic provinces. The Germans reply to the allled.de ntand that Field Marshal Von der Goltz's troops be withdrawn did net satisfy the supreme council. COPENHAGEX. Oct. 7. Field Mar shal Von der Goltz and his staff have joined the Russian forees in the Baltic provinces, it was reported to day in a dispatch from Berlin, which eaeted advices from Russian sources. MDSF0ROTYU.S. BUILTARETOOLOW Highest Offer for $70,000,000 Nitro (W. Va.) Is $5,000,000. Uncle Sam doesn't purpose to get the short end of the deal wnen he goes Into the real estate game. The War Department announces the rejection of al lthe bids submit ted by would-be purchasers of the city of Nitro. W. Vs.. erected by the War Department for the manufac ture of explosives during the war. The proposals were too low. The city, which has 737 manufac turing buildings and housing accom modations for 29.000 persons, cost mtOO.SW to erect. The highest bid was only SS.000.090. COJfliafCtNNAT; RBBTffiR MAY PITCH CINCINNATI, Oct 7The ceWeet weather that Has yet greeted the werld series con testants f orced the thousands ef Red fans te wear wraps aad overcoats to tae sixth game to day.' Because sf the .fffiS JCeather is Meaty te be seiecttea tar nose baty ,i Bsoe jjhs; jkarr. km esbv- ' . . I'M AGREES TOPACT.D reftCEAWATIS PAJHa, Oct T-ftaly aatffiafi tbe aad Attatrbta peace treaties yssiiraay by tbe isaaaswa af a royal aaoree, a alapatob to Tbe Soteir re ported today. af tbe feajtty by ba JOap; af ttair will pat it tote estoet wHbowt pertfciewtkm of tbe tPaitod fitatesas soon as fiaai atops sjave bees. eke by Great Brttaia and tbe two other ratifying powers, MKtuKi aaja rxasjee sseea va. The Xing; ex Brttaia has yet to aJOx his reejraat ure to the treaty; .which baa atready beea iHaaai ay tbe lead of tbe BipuUes -la 'MiyigsM Xing Oeorge's siaraature. ,te, are no more than rontlne pro taSfS wholly undsr ths control f Lloyd George and Clemeneeau. By Dostpoetag taeae official acts, Oreat Britain aad France aaa hold up com- Iplete rattnosfiea uatll the United .tUtes has signmed Its final Inten tions tagfcrd the treaty. It is probable mat an indefinite postpone ment will be risked, bewever. Three Batten Ta stake Peace. With Great Britain, France, and Italy having see spied the treaty, the three approvals stipulated by tbe peace conference before the treaty can beesme aperattva win have been Therefore, Germany will at pease with Barope, aad Ol BJBMOOMUJC rSHLUSHI e susreme war oeuncil 1L continue Its dtctatorshls. toeipal functions will pass gas sf natleas. t meeting of the league must hi summoned within nf teen days after peace ofnelally comes into op eration. Article 4S ef the treaty pro vides that, sixteen days after the treaty becomes effective, a commis sion ef five shall he appointed te trace the boundaries of the Bear basin. V. 8. May Lose First Meeting.' One commissioner each is to he ap pointed by Germany and France, and three by the council of the League of Nations. It Is probable, , therefore, that the first meeting of the league will not be In Washington but some Buripean capital, possibly Paris. This means that if the British and French governments take Immediate steps to complete ratification of the treaty, America, after having won the war, will not be In at the peace. MOTHER POISONED 2 GIRIS, IS CHARGE Police Say She Admits Giv ing Doses to Daughters, Who Are Dying. PONTIAC, Mioh., Oct 7. Mrs. Hazel Luekart, of Royal Oak, is la jail here on a charge of having fed corroBive sublimate to her two little girls, Edna, six, and Shirley, eight. The children are dying In a Detroit hospital. Prosecutor Gillespie claims to have obtained a confession from the mother, but no statement as te a mo tive. She was hysterical when she arrived at the Jail and said nothing, except "I am not afraid." Later Mrs. Leukart talked with Gil lespie and several officers. She de clared, they said, that she gave the two girls four slow-acting poison pel lsts each, and later fed them others In capsules. This took place a. week age. The children have been failing slowly since. To Mrs. H. W. Yates and Isaac Gel lert, of Detroit, whom she summoned, Mrs. Leukart Is said to have declared the children obtained the poison acci dentally. Her husband, Roy Leukart, a Highland Park real estate man, knew nothing of the eircumstaneaa until he was told by officers. He be lieved the children sick from natural sasses. lavvaaBaass aa m advt z Cetera mm OmmfTmm the- obtained-. beeffioisSjBT a resuBsawvH oan beaan. Th In PariamVi aad 1U ga te them The Bfs inUS.BODMJLK WAJAHAIXE, wbaemm Jawed tram. 1 piuimblo diifliiiiienient ind pngelTJi ieefli ttirrnigti her inspicioni that a package dettrared to her a not what it appeared to be aad far extreme care ia qpemtnf it The box contained amowder, matchee, and faad paper arranfed to ignite them. 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He resjards tbto ' BBmmmmsmmmBmlS)K?r M&mm:mjm&: 1 as a IssaBnBnsmWIBilHlilggllWiiliiSlitl I' a OMMMuimMMMmaaiziMMMMMMMtmmsmammmtmT.ir.te.tt'fkMriiripa(w&'!KZMMMm.aw&,xm..9n-.Mtmt i 'ssisesessss'sss'i ' Mrs.WanamakerEscapes Blindness From Bomb Sent By Former Butler NEW YOEK, Oct. 7. To her courage and extreme cau tion in opening a haadeome lavender , perfume box which arrived unexpectedly at her summer home in Tuxedo Park, N. Y., on September 27 last, Mrs. Eodmaa Wanamaker, wife of the special deputy police commiseiose, owe her eye sight, if not her life. -Bed Pepper in Bomb. The box, it became knewn today, larceny, hut today Chief Assistant held a cleverly constructed black District Attorney Talley will seek to powder and red pepper bomb, the indict him ef the graver charge sf nuJcinr and mailing of which have sending the bomb. Mrs. Waaamaksr fbeen admitted by Brnest Albert Qua- f . - 1 . SIa Itav Viirth. Mrs. WanamaKers ais- eharged butler, now a pn' Bellevue HospIUl suffering from a nervous collapse. Kurth is held on a charge of grand D. C. POLICE AIDING STRIKE, SAYS MYERS Senator Scores All Federal Employes Who Are Affili ated With A. T. of L. Federal employes afnllated with the American Federation of Labor, espe cially members of the police force, are contributing taxpayers' money to support the steel strike, Senator Hen ry L. Myers of Montana charged in the Senate today. "The police of the DLt-.ct of Co lumbia very soon will be contributing money out of their pockets, appropri ated for them bj Congress, to help keep up this strll.o of lawlessness," said Senator Myers. "The police ef the District still are affiliated with the A. F. of L. It is twie that many of them have withdrawn from the union, but a great majority are still members of it." Senator Myer's charges indicate his determination to press his xsselutien withholding pay from mombets of the Washington police foree so tons; aa they remain afnllated with the A. T. ef L. Final action en the sessratisn Is pending until the last salts the uniss. i and Mary OBrfen. her maid, . far whom Kurth said the bomb was in tended, have been notified to appear before the grand Jury. Deteetives Bdward Cooper and Charles Newman of the momb squad, acting under the direction of Detec tive Sergeant James Gegan, worked UB th fjtJtA and arratiul Vnrtli at T West Fifty-sixth street last Taws- day. At drst. the detectives say. mcir prisoner Henna a.n ktcwinki of the bomb, but later broke down and .made a full cenfeesioa of He manufacture and sending. AHrged Confession rf Kurth. In this confession Xurth said be had beea employed as a butler by the Wanamakers for two years. He told the detectives he made the bomb and mailed It for the purpose of scaring the O'Brien woman, whs, he claimed, had beea instrumeatal hi his discharge. She took the enter wrapper est vary carefully In view of the fact that the unusual weight sf the small box aroused her snspteios. When she cautiously lifted a corner of the lid she discovered a quantity sf black powder. She sent tbe package to police headquarters. At police headquarters it was found that sandpaper was pasted on the in side of the box and four matches, fastened together with a strip of ad hesive plaster, had been Inserted. The. box had been filled with gunpowder, red pepper, blast tubing and cotton so arranged tnat, aad the box opeasa. qutcauy or wun any rare, i, mason sa- wsnia nave seen tgmtsd ny against, we sana paper aae stta4osoa Tlnowd wo nave rouowea. Bswovr ana rpa pepper woum twvwm mnj nn awmiu VI VI A w.. .a m.,. - - ths bee: at ihe Urn sf the exptoetoa, Dstscttvee found that tbe paper ta Cflsaflantd sa Page , Ctolnssa a4 NAKHEAD SHOWS GREAT lays before tbey wiB ' deat ta be about his A met emphasised by Dr. today ts that the President's decidedly better.'' He most hopeful ii f-covery Is ta sight. The sosgesttoa that Preemsat Wil son might be able to attend tbe tor sane arttbto a few days cam en si err of the Interior Lane. it was called to the attention of Dr. cany that a pessabtUty esabt not be eater- for a mtsnta, aitnsagn vm deep latosw affairs' as be woabt ta ta em he waa away front the CapftaL Isnri-. tattoa have been reoatved far presto sat ts go ta several a seat. .ytetaaUy a "sea af eatot ha established arewhd the White at night, motor cysls nslicsmen sn duty to divert heavy trane, otherwise prevent nnslise netsi the vietatty. There have beea i gcettone that the streets en ths and west shM af ths White fcssntidsbc tmfna. bat it has net been found to take sash a atop. If seese matter sf aortance arose that reeahrsd ea se tendon of the rreetdeut N jars awsasrSjPfjg aas saasBbV act. aeeerdma; to This tbe President has progressed erne his return ts the White Hoase.. Ms each contingency to leaked for aad the- matter would have to be des perate indeed to induce tbe physfr eiaas to take the chance involved by breaking- In on tbe period of sbse lute mental and physical rest that has beea prescribed. Three days ago. however, the pesstbfMty of Wilson's perforating any official function, no matter bow see tons tat crisis, would have been vetoed ab sshttely. Cooler weather, it was bettevea, has breusrht a favorable At the Cabinet nteettaa; svsr which Becsetary - Leasing pre sided. Dr. Grayson airload that none but the most presets- bnsfaisn ha re ferred to the Presides. Afterward Secretary Tumulty anaoaaead that a session arsaad the Cabinet tabic had revealed little ih various departments that required Immediate attanlton. Amoag meseages of sympathy which are beeping ths White Sense wires busy waa one from Pope Bans diet saying he prayed for the Free! dent's speedy recovery. Pe. toaySBSV yetteratsd bis stats meat' that the Ft meant weaM as .leave WaabJasjtan, as he to ante to leeelve bettor oare bare, and to and manned to worry STEALS WHISKEY, SENDS fflSTJASH- CHICAGO; thief who hi - A afsmii ! to " -rw tkw only invaded the hf- mm, t c. adverttahnf a quart, n m Wklkv. tott he sat down to a ---- r typewriter sad wrote eat a note any pressing his thanks. "Thanhs f sr the Qnt. 7. A gentleman W ana en sat ef a new. snpjsng thieves has been BasyasBp wsBnsrm gog msasss esrsapsmav .1 r.