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SENA?E FOR TREATY DEATH Prominent Officials and News papers Praise Refusal to Sanction Shantung Award. JAPANESE PRESS. IS BITTER Americans and Nipponese Face to Face Like Angry Tigers, Says Editorial. By C. H. WEBB. il Cer-respoadeat of th? I. 5. S. SHANGHAI, China. Nov. 25 ? Prominent Chinese officials and "aiaese newgpa?*????*". united today in ?audlng the United States Senate for rejecting the p*Bat*-e treaty, which au tdmsrticaJly carries with it refusal to re*"ttgni*e the grant of the Shan tuax peninsula to Japan. Reassertion of Alms. 'Tt is reaffirmst'on of America's stand in behalf of justice and rieht for the weaker nations.'' declared Dr. 8un Yet Sen, first provisional presi dent of the Chinese republic "It is a reassertion of the aim.? and ideals for which the United States entered the war. but while China rejoices, Japan grieves." Many politicai and economic or gans hsre united In adopting resolu tions of gratitude for "America's f"uard!snship of China's sovereignty. The China Pr?s??, a newspaper printed hsre in English tn behalf of closer American snd Chinese reis lion.? in Its comment, said: "?> : iue of nations or no league. Japan v'l no longer be permitted to pursue the intolerable course of mili tary aggression .?he haa followed in recent years against China." The Shunpao. the oldest Chinese newspaper, calls the American Sen ate ? action "a ray of hope for the '"hi?ese people." Americans In the Far East are said to be upholding the action of the H?tiate. having long txsiieved that China was wronged at Paria On the other hand ths Japanese press is bitterly criticising th? American Senate and the American people. "America and Japan ?re face to f?ce like two angry tigers,'' said the Japanese newspaper Osaka Mamichi m Its com meat. HIRED TWO KEN TO KILL WIFE, CHARGE laeheeter Husband Said to Have B***en Jealous Brause Spoaae Had Loyer. ROCHESTER, V. Y . N'ov 23 Police today arrested John Kichera, twenty seven, on a charge of having hired two Buffalo Italian? to kill his wife Mrs. Fichera was killed a week ago. Her head was almost severed from her body The alleged assassins. Charles Li hanl, twenty-five, and Paul Logindici. twenty-three, are also under arres: and were given a orelimmary hearing today According to the police, Fichera be am? Jealous of his wife because of her correspondence with a form?r lover and hired the two men to slay her. F'ch^ra was at work when th? crime was committed. % 4"t-BinitM That De??? >?x \*Te?-t B?cautM f it? tonic and laxative effect LAXATIVE BROMO QCININB (Tableta) aa *>? '.?ken !*/ ?r.yon? without causine n?r-rouan<??? or nnj-n? :n th? h-?.! "-.?-.. is only one "Bromo Quinine ' E. W. ORCV'E-l ?itraatur? on the box. JSc.? Advt Rube Goldberg's Boobs covrrura*, _?*tt. Up SL I_ Oeldneta. THE WEEKLY MEETING OF THE I_ADIES' TUESDAY CLUB ma IL U OotiUera By Goldberg ?__. ???_-?-???-^___ BGFc*__ "THe ???_*-1-?3 ^M?--. "G??? t*-^ ?-?? PORrTrXM Ce OF STAr-TTiM? A r*Aov6Mexrr -t? so?pRj=ss -th_ Popolai, fo&k Op ?SG-O-SATIOMAL HCrT\Oi\_ -THi-x *3er -G?-?=? oct WATER POWER BOI TO BE CONSIDERED SOON Senate to Take Up Legislation Fol lowing Disposal of Rail road Measure. Consideration of the water power legislation before the Senate will be taken up following the disposition i of railroad legislation. Senat?.r Jones ? of Washmsrton announced today. The water power bill provide? for the establishment of a commiiiion to neu? Ileana?? for the erection of water power project?. It le the aame proposition that h?? met the opposl tlon of conservationists for many years past The terms of the bill would open the entire Weet to the development of it? vast water power reaourcee. Senator Jones expressed the opinion that restrictive legislation In the past left this national asset unde veloped when the world war started. The bill provide? for the granting of leases not to exceed fifty years. At th?? c^ncli-fion of this tim? the Government may purchase the pro ject on two years' notice. Provision for the protection of the various States and the rights of Individuala .ai provided. CARNEGIE FACULTY READY TO STRIKE ?? _. _ .. Teaphert* WiH Demand Higher Pay From Trustees or "Start Something.'* PITTSBURGH, Nov. 25.? The Car negie Institute of Technology will be without a faculty aoon. It Is declared, if demands for increases in salary are not granted. Plans for procuring I the increase?? have been made by a committee of the faculty member? and a meeting of the entire faculty ? will be held tomorrow to discuss the , aituatlon. According to members of the com I mittee the demand? fir-<t will be pre sented to the trustees at their meet ing next Tuesday. If no satisfaction Is obtained from them the question will be taken over their heads to the Carnegie Foundation. If the founda tion fails to act the committee ruera bere. headed by Prof. L. O. Grondati!, say they will "start something." One admitted a strike was a possi bility. Living costs have reached auoh a point. It we? declared, that the teach ers either will have to receive more money or seek other means ot earn ing a living. One professor has re ceived an offer of a two-year con tract, the first year at his old ?alary and the second at 5 per cent lncreaae. CASTELBERG'S Expert Optometrists and Opticians 935 Pennsylvania Ave. N? W. When the Wise Old Soothsayer I Asked the prospective bride to gaze into the crystal ball he knew that it would produce a reflex of her thoughts? psNCholof-icai. As a rule, the eyes express the soul and thought of a man?not weak, sick eves, but good clear crystal eyes. If your .eyes show anv signs of weakness it would be well to consult our competent Optometrist' who will eliminate the disorder and convert them into clear, sparkling fountains of expression. You may purchase your Optical Needs on our Con venient Payment Plan?a little each week or month will do. "Trie Largest Credit Jewelers in the World" 935 Pennsylv-ania Ave? N. W. UBOR SKEPTICAL OVER CONFERENCE! Unionism Apprehensive That Dele gate? May Frown on Pro gressive Program. Apprehension grows among labor leaders that the coming Industrial conference will move In a direction antagonistic to unionism and force a "show down" between the A. F. of L. and the powers of industry. Neither labor nor capital will bo directly represented in the round table, but the real nubbin of the sit uation, as laborltes se? It, Is th.it capital indirectly has many represen tatives In the group?namely, em ployers, and executive managers, such as Julius Rosenwald, Herbert Hoov er.? W. O. Thompson, of Ohio State University, and several othera Here in lies a potent source of distrust at , the outset of the conference, one which may cause labor to make *t public statement of its policy before the new body gets under way. "Can we hope for affirmation of j the principles of collective bargaining, the eight-hour day, and the living wage from this conference?" Is the , question that labor men are asking. "Either this conference la going to be an innocuous debating society, or it is going to do something hurtful j to the interests of organised 'labor,' is a statement which epitomises the j pinion of many unionists. "It is likely to evolve som? system I of shop committees and industrii?? councils which will leave tb? labor ing man'? organization entirely out in the cold, and attempt to do away with^r-o?ective bargaining through unions," they ?ay. "It ia likely to fin-1 a model in the Whltley system of Joint industrial councils In Orea; Britain?only with the union end of It discreetly left out. in view of tho solid antagonism of the National In dustrial conference bosrd to union recognition. NEWS OF ALEXANDRIA AND NEARBY VIRGINIA Motor Bus Line to Washington and Mt. Vernon Will Start When Car Fare Goes Up. ALEXANDRIA, Va.. Nov. ***** ?JOUST lunes operating between Washington. Alexandria, and Mt. Vernon will be placed in service about the time that the Increased rates of fare on the Washington-Virginia electric line be ccme effective and will be operated at a much lower fare than the n*-w elec tric railway tariff. Promoters of the enterprise aay that the buses will be Inclosed in cold weather, heated and lighted, and will be run at frequent intervals. The Washington terminus will be lr. the neighborhood of Thirteenth and C streets, convenient to the genersl offices of the Southern Railway Dur ing the day cars will leave Washlng trn every fifteen minute? exceol dur ing the rush hours of the morning and afternoon, but they will i-ave at c?cser intervals. It ig said to be the ir.tentlon of the promoters to operate through cars to Alexandria and Mt Vtrnon and "locals'1 for persons liv ing in the Intermediate vn]atr,,? An all night service between Wash ington and Alexandria and interme '.'la'e points will be offered it ig re ported. The last car for Alexandria" Waves Washington at 12:40 at night row and the last car for Washington leaves Alexandria at ll:**-* ? m ?? all night service will prove ? great cnvenlence to many Alexandrians employed in Washington. Members of Fitzgerald assemblv Knights of Columbus, are making a?* rangement? for the entertainment of more than 100 candidates from Vir ginia and West Virginia who are to receive the fourth degree of the or der In thla city on December 14 Th ? exercisea will be held In Lyceum Hall In Duke ?treet. commencing at 11 o'clock In the afternoon. The degree will be conferred by Dr E. A. Gorman, of thi? city, maeter of the fourth degree of the Knighta of Columbus In Virginia and Weat "v*"!:* glnia, with the assistance of a visa ing degree team The visiting and local knights will be entertained at a banquet at || o'clock In the evening, which will bf served In Lyceum Hall by a commit tee of women of the congregation cf St. Mary's Csthollc Church. At t o'clock In the evening they will at tend a special vesper service In M. | Mary's Church. Moving pictures of the Sundav school para?Je given on October 19 under auspice? of the Alexandria Sun day School Association will be shown on alternate nights In the Westmins ter building of the Second Presbyter ian Church and the Young People's building of the Methodist Episcopal Church South the week beginning De cember g. U. S. Military Strength 19,000,000 A complete survey of the selective draft records, just made public, fixes the "military strength of the United States" at 19,000,000 in potential military man power. Registrations for the draft, between the ages of eighteen and forty-five, totaled 23,908,576, almost 80 per cent of whom were listed as ** physically fit for military service. ' ' Medical reports indicated that the zone where men were found most healthy runs through the center of the country from north to south. States in this belt showed the smallest percentage of physical disqualifications for active service. FARMERS CAPTURE DESPERATE ROBBER Girl Sared From Death in Fierce Battle With Masked Thief. MOUNT HOLLY, N. J., Nov. J5.?Da vdl Sharp and his nephew, Erwin Sharp. struggled desperately to save themselves and the former'*? daugh ter, Mary Anna Sharp, from being killed 6y a masked man who entered their farm home near Columbus in broad daylight. The man, who says he is John Emerson Wilson of Ne wark. N. J., is held in jail here. Miss Sharp was the first person con fronted. Entering the kitchen, the robber held a revolver under her nose and told her not to make a sound'. Shi- screamed, regardless 0*1 the warn ing. Her father and cousin tackled the man from different angles and a fight followed. The struggle was continued from room to room, men and furniture flying in all directions. While this was going: on Miss .Sharp called Chief of Police Carslake by telephone, who arrived on the scene when the Sharps had about overpow ' ASflKIN FOR HtADAUHC Name "Bayer" is on Genuine Aspirin?say Bayer Insist on "Bayer Tablets Of As pirin" in a "Bayer package," contain ing proper directions for Headaches, Colds, Pain, Neuralgia, Lumbag?>, and Rheumatism. Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for ntnteen years. Handy tin boxes of 12 tableta cost few cents. Aspirin is trade mark Of Haver Manufacture of Monoaceticaci dester of Salicylic-acid. in oui TOBE Authority V/arna People Hasty, Drastic Action Injures System. One dash of water doesn't make your face clean, does it? Just one big blasting pill won't cleanse the intestin al tract and put your liver and bowels In a clean healthy condition again. A single dose if powerful enough will blast Its way through all right?some times without griping or discomfort, but that U no sign you are not wreck ing your stomach. Ini ..istead of taking one big dose mane to fit everybody'? case (which they don't), take tiny doses st Intervals through the day. You need not wail until night or some other convenient time to get relief?drive out head ache, bilious, bloated, constipated feel Ing. Just take an EZ tablet right away, anytime you wish, another ? little later and perhaps another when you get home and go to bed. Result? are thorough, gentle, permanent no hurry or discomfort?no waiting until convenient time. The People's Drug Stores and all druggists in Washing 'on sell the 100 tablet sir.?; wooden bottle. 25c. or handy pocket size E-itt* ? Tablet?. 10c ' ered the robber. Under his civilian clothes the pri soner wore a soldier's uniform. He claims he enlisted at Newark. Ho told County Detective Parker that h? was "down and out." OFFICER'S RESERVE FORMED BY U. S _ War D?partaient Bail? Up 8traag Carp? ?Ready far Imme diate gerrie?. A etron*?* Ofrieer?' Reserve Corps to be ready to be thrown into imme diate service ia time of war bow is being built up by th? War Depart ment. It was announced by the War De partment today that ?very effort i? teina- made to appoint quickly all dis charged emergency officers who ar? Tualified for tbe Officers' Reserve Corpa. Appointment? are limited to dis charged officers, to man of demon strated fitness and gallantry In action, o training echool and Reserve Offi cers Training Corpa graduates, aad to a small number Qualified for special services. The President in time of actual or hreatened hostilities, may order the reserve officers to active duty with any of th? for?as of the United States. In time of peace, the officers can be called to duty for fifteen days in a year, and upon their consent, for on? month. ITALY TO CONSCRIPT ALL oFjrs crnaNS -toral Dettes WiH -Gnttt-j Refi Army and Prvr-tfe Uelver sal Trgiateg. ROMS. Not. 3*.?A royal deer?? la Imminent entirely reforming tha army and extending con-*iriptton te all citi? ?ens, th? Olornal? D'Italia declared last night. Tb? decree will reduce the ?landins army to minimum eseet tlsae ?treng-th. according to th? newapaper The Infantry, artillery, aad engineer ing corps will be lncreas-d and tb? cavalry dacrcaaad, the arwapaper sala, adding that under th? new plan th? army will be et-mstdcred a aort of great military school for th? whol? nation, each eitle?? receiving para-???! Instruction. PROFITEERIRG JANITOR. K_W TORK, Nov. 2*.?Th? police want Jam?? Baker and a doaon familias want home?. Baker, apart ment houM Janitor, Is all?g*d to have rented the flat? in tbe building al I ready occupied ama eol?acted fTOO. me suspect s NOW HI (Ma' Uf^er SurvtHtafttt tn? Mn Mj to Bt "Metter mur u Bond Thfttt. The former Waskfnatoa brokatt. generally reterrad to by the W?w Tara p-'lice aethorttla? as th? "vaaObj aUnd" whleh ilrtMtad th? aati?/??*? cf gaaareters who rabbod Wa? ***f?? bank, aad broker an?as-rata af aa? gotlabl? saeurltlaa, U tn vv*aaaiafft**a today. It was stated at Palto? Haa* quarters thia moraine. While he is- being kept underr Ut? sui rei I lance of det4>?Uv4**, the can be taken into custady at a ?teat's notice. . "We have received ne warrant ar | orders from the New Tark pell?? fa flare the hroker under arre*'." Maat Inspector ClifT?>rd U Grant, chlaf ?* rt'-tectives. '-whatever connection be bar with the theft aad sale of aatsuri ! lies might be known to the Now York , police, but they have aot as *>>lt re cuestad ns to take him Into ctaste-Ay. 1/osrever he can be arreatad ?ShoiuH , c ri-umiUeen develop t? was laat It" , A.aistant Dlstrtr-t AttonsOy Do-Dlla* cf New Tork today elated tkat th? former Washington broker. **H9r*? ; M be the brat?* of the argani? II? ? <.: New Tork thieves, was ???; eixtai i? oictment and sraa aaw at H-srrty ?sa I-eavy bonds "As he ts a **b*i! cs ?'* are aot in any hurry to p'ch up" said Mr. Pooling. enable to obtain hi* raleeae *?a ???? (H*0 bonds, despite his ?iaaperata l"*gs with Washington frisada W. Sullivan, erstwhile cf Twelfth and ? street* norUrwaet and more recently of th* ***** brokerage firm of Sullivan a Ce . with a chain of offices In "eastern ajltle?, ?? t? ?ay still locked up tn the Tetaba fa New Tork. f-ulllvsn la charged with r?v*atata| ?? shares of Craelbie 8te-l ste-ek. vsiued st >4Q.e*>4}. knowing- U?c aa*??? to be stolen. He dea las tb*> raarj?? emphatically, daelarra?; tkat *rktle Vr was Instrumeatal la tho aay?Jt1a?eae of the steel atack he did ao battrvtaij he waa making ?egtrtmats t? fra S?0KER FOR UW tf ?I**; The ?noker of the sanior r?aas *. r the law aekaol af rtMti ?*<?,*** Bat?? a slty srill be hel? toalsjht la the ?tra* | room of the Ebbttt Houae arttb Xtata-t C. Mshoney. class president a? taa? - ster. The net of ?peakere tarine? ??'?-1 Justice Smrtk. of the Dt?ttrt?t Ce?i ? ot Appeals: Aaaaciate Jaattca 0*r\t et th? Sapi-eaa? Court: Dr. TBoutaU. fora*ar mlatatSr ta land, aad Hafrh J. Paaaa. dean of th? law aehaoL Dvraat Tremblay, who aerved a? entertainers with tho ?. ?. F, France, will aaatrtaat? a l*bey ar? mamb*sta of th? a?* S CORRECT STYLE HEADQUARTERS } TB??mngJK?nb 3f 1319-1321 F Street STsTsXE omXMIamti aWammTDAY SAJLee?PM. November 25 _STORE NEWS t-g Tnith?-mad Not____g But Use --?-?-??*?*?? - JWi ? eMssmmrmu^~mm?M^m??a??9Momrm?s???????o??m 131*1? ? St -a ?**S a?*' ** ???*-? We'll Give You a Pair of $9 Shoes Beginning* at 8:00 a.m. Wednesday -_nd continnhig for a few days, we will give a pair of our famous "Craddock" Shoes with every suit or overcoat sold. The shoes must be selected at tinse of purchase, as our supply is limited to about 300 pairs. ? ~? These are the Craddock best grade in genuine black kangaroo ? and Ko Ko brown calfskin; Goodyear welt, laced, in all sires of English and semi-English styles. Selected oak soles and the best quality of upper stock is used in their construction. Today the replacement cost of these shoes, at wholesale, from Craddock, Terry _ Co. of Lynchburg, Va., is $9.50 to $10.00. ?, Suits and Overcoats $ 35 up No other clothing shop in this country would make such an offer! Just figure what it means to you! For instance,, take our suits and overcoats at $35.00?With each we'll give you a pair of shoes that measure up to the $12 values of the present market, and these suits and overcoats are wonderful values at their prices. t ? The offer covers our entire lines, and when these include the famous "Fashion Park" clothes you know there's nothing finer to be had at any price.