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(Osutinued from First Page.) The Patent Office also will go to Mr Koover's Department. Pebile Works Pla. - An office, which, in effect, will be t Bureau of Public Works, will be created in the Department of the laiterior. To this agency will be re ftrred the rivers and harbors work AOw under charge of the War Depart inent engineers. The Supervising hitect of the treasury will come un er thi new Bureau. also. Whether pbblic roads will be transferred thence from the Department of Agriculture in Iot ignown but seems probable. The manifold dupileation in the Secret ServIce work of the povern mnent will be corrected by the con 'solidation of all such service under the Department of Justice. This will in elude the Secret Service and the fSpecial Agents oft the Customs, now unkier the Treasury and the Postoffice Inspection - Service. These will be joined to the important Bureau of In veatigation in the Department of ustice. which already in doing the bulk of the secret work of the Gov oerment. - Of course, the military ,establishment and -the State Depart mlent will maintain their own intel igsece services. but- the civil end of the secret service will be concentrated. WRi Save Salaries. Mltlions of dollars will- be saved In salaries, according to the commis aWn. T%,. effect the reorganization will rove an astonishing, amount of dup tio and overlapping. Par ticularly there will be a saving in the higher classes of salaris.- A further saving is included In the matter of rented quarters maintained In various cities by Government de partments. For instance, various de partments of th6 Governhi3ent main tain. in rented quarters, literally scores of printing offices, all over the country'. Much of this work will be concentrated and will be brought to the Government Printing Office at Waiuington. The ncw plan ig chargeabl., in a large measure, to the Preidelnt him self. Walter F. Brown, chairman of the joint commission, was .p pointed to that post as speci*i rep resentative of the rresident and' has t many of the Chief feauti9e's Me" into the plan. Also. many of tUe suggestions contained in the plan announced by Secretary Hoover Idst March are seen to be Incorpo rated. Senator Smoot of 'Ttah is vcg chairman of the commission. U. S. HAS MUCH LIQUOR IN N. Y., PENN. AND MD. The three States of New York, Pennsylvania ahd Maryland consti tute the great "wet- belt" of the United States. Commissioner of Inter mal Revenue Blair said today. More than half of all the liquor seined by the GovernMent inace the prohibition amendment becanie effect. Ive is concentrated in thode three States. New York alone has more than 6,000,000 gallons. The Government. Blair said, is now contemplating disposing of this liquor as an economy measure. The rent for storage space and guards consti tute an enormous item of expense. . Present plans call for the sale-of the good - liquor for .legitimate pur poses and the destruction of that which to deemed unfit for human con ownption. RESINOL. witbtereremedies Use Resinol It rarely fair's to conquer stubborn skin troubles Ideal r sunburn and prickly heat . 1HEADACHE 0.Or Neuralgic Pain H , TAKE mat upset the atomeen. Ne unpleasat tate, - catates nooe AT ALL DRULIU De , EPARTMI ohRTu SAYE ALL IN' FAVC Has the evidence been correctly interpreted? MRS. DORIS I In costunre her husband objects to. of Chico, is not only the defendanl Anted is wife a writ to prevent I thing costume when- she desires 1 appeared at a local theater amaong a when her husband saw her vostum< attempted to tear it off. An action i WAR R ANTS11 FOR TW VA. MINE LEADERS (Continued from First Page.) is quiet in Williamson. Many say it is an ominous quiet. 1,000 .Regulafs to Be Held In Reserve at Seat of Mingo War CHARLESTON, W. Va.. Sept. 7. Approximately 1,000 United States sol diers will be left in the recently dis turbed West Virginia coal fields when the contingents ordred withdrawn leave. Those recalled are/expected to be on their way to hom* stations by tomorrow. The chemical warfare section; it is 11 1 -, w fer Edg wood Arsenal. The Twenty-sixth In --.. ......ave a nUUnA a special trains arrive. Tn'i I-igki y-e'ghth apiro squadron, with the exceptio'n of two messenger planes oifered back to Langley -iefld. Va., probably will leave this afternoo~n or tomorrow. Twenty-sixth Infantry Ready to Leave. MADISON, W. Va., Sept. 6.-The Twenty-sixth Infantry headquarters was awaiting transportation back to Camp Dix, N. J., this morning. The Government decided to relieve thi. regiment and to leave other troops in Logan county temporarily. It is be lieved the detachment in Logan will be abl% to control the situation unless serious outbreaku,,occur. Senate Considering Federal Control of W. Va. Coal Distriets By J. BART CAMPBELL, Govertiment control of the West Virginia coal fields to end perma nently the violence which has been recurring in them for years is being seriously considered today by ilm berm of the Senate committee, ap pointed to investigate the- repeated conflicts between miner? and op erators. In the continued absence of Sen ator Kenyon, Republican, of Iowa,, the chairman, the other committee members were reluctant to discuss what recommendations would prob ably be made for preventing another outbreak, in the mine war. Several of thern expressed the opinion, how ever, that the salutary effect that Federal intervention has had upon the situation will be regarded as an object lesson by the committee when 4t makes a report to the Senate. No change ham been made yet in the plan to have the committee meet at ,Hiuntington, W. Va., on September 18, to proceed into the troublesome territory, it was stated. No word has been received from den ar Kenyon that he is contemplating any change in the plan which was made before the recent fighting be-. Senator Kenyon was represented by his colleagues as having told therm before his departure for Maine that it was his intention to get to the bottom of the trouble In West Virginia, ad to determine upon Solne drastle remedy for it. 1NT TO B4 IT'S LEGAL; 'R SAY "AYE" 44 .FAULKNER F rmer Lieut. David C. Faulkner, in a divorce suit, but the court has drm from molesting Mrs. Faulkner's o wear it. Mrs: Faulkner recently batch of bathing beach models, and i he rushed behind the scenes and Dr divorce was the resul'. BAES SlAES MOREMILLIONS FROM USo COSTS Budget Head Refuses to Tell Amount of Cuts Until Whole Job Is Done. The Government's expense 111 for the next fiscal year is being "pared down to the bone" today by the budget officers, acting under ot der of Director of the Budget Dawem. Must Cut Deeper. After Director Dawes submitted the preliminary figures of estimated expenditures'for the year 1923. to the President for his own survey. It de. veloped today that budget officers will have to cut still deeper beforE the finab figures are ready September 15. No official statement was possible on the aggregate amount of savings in the normal Government outlay., on the basis of the preliminary fig urea now before the Budget Buread It was'a deemed advisable not to re veal the extent of the cuts until the whole job is done, and the last word hes been said an tpthe :tmount1 necessary to run vpious establish menti another year. Director Dawe. is known to hay's received from the White House the very strongest support he will -e quire to produce the econonfy which the Administration has set ')ut to establish in all parts of Government work. Bureau To Be Merged. In addition to the economies di rectly due to the ,efforts of the Budget Bureau, other large econ omiea are scheduled from the reorganisatiorn of Government bureaus, and the mer ger of many, of them that are now operating at ~great waste. The work of the joint committee on Government bureau reoruanira tion may not be completed for two~ or three years. it wan learned today. Then a tentative report will be laid h'fore* thet i'resident for rlpsrovaI. nnd for later use an a basis folegiv'la tion, authorizing the chang. AC~IpENT IS FATAL TO BALTIMQRE L4BOR CHIEF BALTIMORE. Md., Sept. 7!--Sam uel B. Hasson, fifty-sia,-wreeident of the Baltimore branch of the Cigar makers' Union and a pioneer In the labor movement in this city, died at a hospital early today from Injuries received when he wasn run down by an automobile when he attempted to cross the street during''a blinding rainstorm last neght. It is believed the rain obscured Mr. Hanson's vision and that he failed to see the approaching car. ELECTROTHERAPEUTIC PRACTICIANS IS SESSION With prominent physicians and scientists from all parts of the coun try in attendance, the thirty-first ronvention of the. American Electro therapeutic Assoclation was opened today by Brig. Gen. Charles E. Sawyer, physician to President Hard ing. who was elseted 'in honorary E ABOLIS LEAGUEISG1EN ULTIMATUM-B01 CHIUNENVYY Serves Notice If Bolivia Wins Disputed Poin She Quits Council. Or Iaternatisml News sere. MILAN, Sept. 7.-The Haitian mninister at Pari was quoted by the Corrierra Serras o as masying Haiti eM net a the meeting of the le e of natsas sembly in Geneva sne the Unked States refused to ve of the ex penses In the Haitian budget. By NEWTON C. PARKE, Iaternatisnal News 0erig. GENEVA, Sept. 7.-Senor Ed wards, head of the Chilean delega tion to the League of Nations meet ing, today served formal notice upon the league assembly that Chile will withdraw from the league if the de. mands of Bolivia are accepted. Questions Authority% The Chilean envoy maid that his country held that the League of Na tions assembly was not competent to revise the treaty of 1904 between Chile and Bolivia. The so-called Tacna-Arica dispute between Chile and Bolivia concerns territory. Nolivia has no outlet to the Pacific, and claimed territory at the extreme northern end of Chile be tween the cities of Tacna and Arica. Under the treat. In question Chile retained the disputed ground but al lowed Bolivia free transport to the sea. The dispute was referred to the Loue of Nations by Bolivia and the ign delegation demanded a re vision of the treaty along with recog nition of the Bolivian demands. Opposed to Demand. A the Assembly accepts the de mands of Bolivia, Chile can no longer participate in the activities of this As sembly," maid Senor Edwards. "If the League considers revision of the Ho livian treaty, Germany may later de mand revision of the treaty of Ver sailles. I ask that the Assembly take an immediate vote on the matter." Senor Edwards denied that Bolivia is compiftely cut off from the sea. "Chile allows Bolivia to make siip mente to and from the am." maid the Chilean delegate. "Chile even allows munitions to pass which may be used against our own country later. I ap peal to Bolivia to withdraw her de mand." The Chilean delegation to the League of Nations assembly meeting this aft ernoon Issued a statement denying the right of to interfere as the Chilean livisrWW to and clai twould be &AMI Of " The disarmamet coI of the league hold a meeting this afternoon. Chairman Branting of Sweden, urged the importance of the league taking iserious action without waiting for the results of the Washington conference. Subcommittees were appointed to handle thesecent report of the League of Nations council upon disarmamfnt. Senor Aramayo, head of the Boliln delegation, in replying to Senor Ed wards, maid there could be no hope of lasting peace in South America if the preqont Iolivtan-Chilean treaty stands. He roved that the Bolivian demands be sent to a committee for examina tion before any vote was taken. Obtains Delay. The Bolivian envoy was success"Ml in obtaining delay. The assembly'de cided to postpone further discussion of the South American disp6te uptil it could be studied at greater leratl% with the understanding, however, that a definite decision be reached before the assembly adjourns. Both sides agreed to this. Canida is determined to rees her fight for the elimination of Article X of the league of nations' covenant. This was revealed by Minister of Jus tice Doherty. of the Canadian cabinet, and head of the Canadian delegation. "Canada is going to stand by her guns," said Mr. Doherty. "She will reiterate her demnand that the league kill Article X. If the assembly votes to retain it, the situatton will become serious for us. Frankly, I do not know what the Canadian Parliament will do." FOREST FIRES. MENACEMWOLE MINI DSTRICT Fate of Six Towns Depends on Caprices of Wind-Hun dreds Already Homeless. 3r Is.emates.. New. Periee. McGRATH, Minn., Sept. ".--Des perate battles were being fought to day by State troops and hundreds of citisens to prevent the destruc tion of a half dosen towns and ham lets in this district by forest fires. The fate of eqveral towns udepends,. according to word from the~ fre lines early today. on the capr'ies of the wind. Arthyde, Johnsdale, and Hillmsan are three towns where a last ditch fight is being made. Guardsmen and citisens were holding their own despite a stiff wind early tdy and in moat places the fire. *e? uind control. Should the wind increas in velocity. it was declared. there. would be little hope of saving Ar thyde. In the Solana region, according sn reports received hee. twenty fatai~ea are endangered by flame. that new cover a five-mile front: A foumee of 100 fire fighters is' building beek fires in the hope of checking the ao tion the hundred are pouring into c~rath today and re 1isf agenelse diready are taxed to the utmest to eare for those ulshome lees sad penniless by thlen of thear dw..lmng. HED UND Pershing I Sying Washin n is diaenssiE administered-to Samuel GoI General John J. Pershing. ette-Marne celebration dinni notables. SAID GOMPERS: "On March 12. 1917. a few weeks clared war on Germany, the A er Labor had stated I stand; that Inv matter which way America w e n t. The American la boring men. in great majority, were in favor of fighting military autocracy of Ger many. -Bofo,'r the war, during the war and after the war I took , the second position to no man in advo cating that the struggle of democ racy and fairness and justice should proceed in due re lation between man and man and nation and nation. "I may be per mitted to say that the heart and spirit and soul of America's workers runs through fron the first. with the cause of the al lies. "On March 12 1917. 1 asked my associates in the American Federatiq thorize me to declare our stand on world war. That was some three American nation had declared itpe: Federation of Labor went in favor "The American Federation of LaI accept as a substitute for political racy any form of autocracy, no matt BEAUTYISSERTS MANIS SA EYES HYPNOTIZED HER Cruel Phloophy of "Inperti nent" But Unfaithful Suitor Won H by StoM ays Ohr NEW YORK. Sept. 7.-"He had me hypAotized with his sad, dreamy eyes and his firm, almost Impertinent way.. With a wistful look in her eyes and n shrug of her shoulders, pretty Miss Walerya Josefowska so motivated in her attitude in the affaire d'amour she had with Stanislaus (ichocki, whom she is suing for $25,000 heart balm, al leging breach of promise. Storm In Her Life. "He was a storm in my life for five yeaps. He had a cruel philosophy about women. Once he said: '- either will bend you or break yob. My wom en must be slaves. I am one of a thouband. 'k suppose we fell in love with each other. He seemed so spiritual and fine. But he was also a weak. ling, even if he wanted to make me believe that he was strong. lie played on my sense of pity. He would whimper because he could not find any work. "He wanted to be a writer. He used to say that everyday affairs could not interest him. So he started to write scenarios, but he could not sell them. He would read them to me.%and ask me to help him dispose of them with the movie men. Elevater Crushes Soul. "He hadl always somethinig in view. Through a friend of mine I tried to get him a position in a library,. hut when they offered to give him a job as elevator boy he said his soul ,would nyt stand this. And so he camne to me for help. "I sent him 810 every week for about fgur years. He always prom esed to pay me back, but I have not received a cent. I muet have given him more than 110,000 In all that time. "All the time I was going with him he was going with other girls, too. Then in November. last year. he got married and then he had the imper tinence to ask our frtends to tell me about it. because I 4Aid not give him any' more money" TRINROBBERS USE GAS BOMB AGAINST GUA RDS Texas Bandits Club Engineer, Shoot Porter, and Es .cape With Loot. 3Er luternetsesI New. su'er . TEXARKANA, Tex., Sept. 7. Ptal authorities were today making a seartch. for tour daring masked rob ere who late last night used a small gas bomnb In their holdup of Kansas City southern passenger train No. 2. between Blumberg. Tex., and Texar hana. The mail car wasn looted, the engi neesr was severely elubbed and a negro prter shot in the legs by the robbers. No estimate of the lose 'ould be ob. taiited. The mail clerks refused to open their car when the robbers ordered them to do so, so the holdups threw a small gas bomb through a trantsom,. thu cmeling the clrk to open the ER REOR Rebukes& Go Labor Won' ig today with considerable an npers, President of the Ameri Both Pershing and Gompers i ir last night, which was attei before Americ# de- "The policies of ican Federation Of labor unions or b %a Ter Airica, no yn rAmrc.nconsensus of opi (over affiliatio'n. P"Jrst of all I want to boy tha every Amerhe Am a tatrioh whethe he belongs of laboe labor organ cton or if Jusi Fran ordinary cii so, and that It isn't a question 0 whet l~r we be long to some asso olatbon or not. "It is a questior of whether we art loyal ortizen c the United States I am here to @a) to you that thi members of *h labor unioni weren't the ofly ones who won he war. "It was te cio zes who Inherit ed their patriot im from theay forefathers o ha cAne acrwhos in the Mayflower and helped deater mine and decide )n of Labor to au- the independene our poetion in the of America as we weeks before the ican institutions i If. The American *of the allies, time for us to rid A is unwilling to governed and ru or military autoc by erganizations er what it may be." pore to serve.' 50,000 CHINESE SMUGGLED ACROSS CANADIAt* LINE The smuggling of Chinese across the international borderl from Canada to the United States has reached such proportions that there are 0.00 Chinese illegally doiniciled in this coon try, the Department of Labor an nounced today. Secretarx Davis today announced gs intention of asking Congress to ect a law to deport these CelesUals. Canada ,permits the immigration of Chinese upon the simple payment of head tax. The slacking up of laundering and restaurant business in Cwda, to gether with the attractive rftuera tion available in the United States. have contributed to this illegal immi gration, according to' Labor Depart ment officials. N.Y.MILLIONAIRE HILED TO COURT FOR WILD ORGY (Continued from First Page.) the detiectives to have seen the two girls enter thd apartment. Mrs. Kift took an active part in the day's proceedings, coaching her law yer excitedly at different.points, and several times addressing the court di rectly. The two girl@ were thrown inth great confusion by some of the testi mony, one them-the Clark girl weeping profusely. Assistant District Attorney McGee declared Mrs. Kift had a long criminal record in (icago, involving seventeeni arrests. demanded her bail be in creased 1om$600 to $2,000. When the trial resumes today, Breitung will take the stand. Mrs. Breitung, society woman and philanthropist, will support her hum band, both Breitung and his lawyer asserted. Deni'es Marital Clouds. Mrs. Breitung achieved national fame as a charity director in the drive for the Free Milk for Italy Fund, for which she was decorated by the King of Italy. Rumors of the Breitungs' domestic difficulties, strengthened by the in tereeting evidence in the Kift case, started when Mrs. Breitung was sued for a $1,200 dressmakers' bill in July. It was then intimated she had not been living at her town house, U3 East Seventy-sixth street, for some time. "Divorce?" maid Mr. Breltung to day. "Impossible. We never have bad any * domestic difficul.iesh and never will." ALLEGED SLAYER CAUGHT *AFTER 16 YEARS' FREEDOM FLORENCE, Ala., Sept. 7.-Fifteen years ago Lester Carroll, negro, shot and killed Brooks Tilden, another negro, following an argument between the two at a church festival at Springhill, according to police records. (arroll eecaIbed. / Fate, yesterday, in the form of Con stable J. C. Jerldan, intervened and today Carroll Is in jail here, charged with the murder. Jordan recognised the negro as the man wanted in connection with the 'killing of Tilden and arrested hhlt. Carroll returned here about a year ago $fer an abeenoe of fourteen years, he Mel the police, but was not ree ognised as the man wareted until he palmed Coneteble Jordan on the street. ge S JANIZATF1 mpers Fop. the War susnomeit the, sharp rebuke ean Federation of Labor, by vere speakers at the Lafay 2ded by many Washington SAUP EsN O: this republic are not determined by -any other organizations, but by the ion of its patriotic citizens of what 41 as those who have adopted Amer ka their own. It seems to be about * up and way that America shall be led by American citizens, and not which have their own selfish pur AUSTRIAlINSISTS HUNGARYFORCE LEAE HER SOIL Threat of War Seen In Flat Ultimatum Demanding Early Evacuation. LONDON, Sept. 7.-War clouds over central Europe grew blacker today. An Exchange Telegraph Blispatch rom Vienna said that the Austrian government has dispatched an ulti matum to Budapest threatening to break off all diplomatic relations with Hungary unless the armed Hungarian forces retire from Austrian soil and from the territory in west Hungary that was promised to Austria under the Trianon treaty. GARVAN PREDICTS WAR * WITH GERMANY SOON NEW YORK, Sept. 7,-Declaring that Germany is as unregenerate and unrepentant as ever, F. P. Garvan. former alien property custodian, now head of the chemical foundation, to day warned the members of the Amer ican Chemical Society that attempts to rebtore German predominance in the chemical field if successful will result in another war within ten years. "The sibuation is as acute today as It was in 1914 or 1917," said Garvan. "The war is over, but the situation is the same. Do we think we are at peace because Congress has formu lated a get of words In a treatw' of peace? The was has eimply gone into another phase. "German agents in America are once more plotting against our security, our prosperity and against the health of our very children." he said." isbhad en is even wc of consti liver, dera . inte'feren waste. - settles the reaclithe, BE ] PILL to clean houseat action to all org the elimination o: 10c-12 PIs 60O )N PLAN BITTERWKNTER TOCOMESON ALL SillS Sly Bquirrels Storing. Many Nuts Deep, Meadow Birds Mi grating Early. WOODBURY, N. J., Sept. 7.-Squir res are gathering large quantities of nuts and burying them deep. This ineans it will be a hard winter, cold and sztended well into March, accord. Ing to old-timers who keep posted on such doings. It Is s this sign never faill., In wooded section e hee are numer pus squirrels, an the little fellows ire working overtime. HAZLWON, Pa.. Sept. 7.-Accord he to local weather prophet. there is to be an early tall. They bae" their prediction on the way the leaves are mling Ott the tres which are unusu slly bare for thi tlmn of the year. So far none of the old-time weather pronoeticators of northeastern Penn. sylvania has given any hope of a mild witter. CAPE MIY, N. J.. Sept. 7.-Visitors who have never been at the shore be fore have been much interested at the iries of -the meadow birds that have been migrating south in great num berm the last few nights. Veteran gunners in this city and vicinity say that It Is an indication of an early fall. ADMINISTRATION PLANS TO MARKET R. R. BONDS The Administration may decide to place upon the market $380,000.0 in ear trust certificates, now held by the director general of ralras as se curity for advances, as' soon as the market can absorb them at par. Officials today practically had agreed to follow that course, if there is any serious delay when Congress reconvenes In enacting the railroad funding bill. Finansiers have advised Administration leaders that the me iurity market is rapidly coming back 4o a 6 per cent basis. PRESIDENT INVITED TO PAN-AMERICAN FESTIVAL President Harding today was In vited to attend the centennial celebra Lion of five Central Amercian re publice-Honduras, Costa Rica. Nica agua. Salvador, and Guatamela-to se held at the Pan-American Union Building here on September 16. Each of the republics will celebrate he 100th anniversary of their inde endence an that date. The President rlied that he would ittend If his en!!= !:eft - "~u~ LUC STRIK IGAR Irs oasted Nodce this delicim. flavor when you .moke L.eky s&r -it's sealed in by dth tomn pnow". augh, but its meaning rse. Usuallyit is asign pation--a disordered nged bowel fumrtinn ce with eliminatinof [edicine that merely Sstomach often fails to ealcauseofithe trouble. EIAM'S id es areefie nls 'concerned .In Irwaste. 25s-40-Mish n Plm.