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sov 46,p M. 4-, RL, -7. ASIAt si aim SM #A semse. T h pop *0 be"A~ down a hase of "MOP nehudmed and tea 10 i __betage akf anyt .san assi were - MiWL Ih2% we not watching amy --mhaae= the vale of pemogwed ostrlin ts going VA assig ot er M wmeY 'uft R., b. United Itatee 8teiel 0sspeathes Mggest industialnt te .wl,anOne.. 3Ise s unfilled ordsm. Wat = wog s buesest w h b** no Bler the metal, sold in ew I*ark ;;S yat te highestieA of the year. Paint, swet, ad ' eUMeries awake in the mind ft William Jennings Dryan. Perhaps we are really resor. tag from our terribe -after-the *ar" headache. Some really eIs sen believe it. The great a useful Henry 'Ord, in his weekly feeble imits tOft of Torquemada, diseovers that *BenediCt Arnold had Jewish asso tistis." .e also do s"the probensity of Jews engage in the basiness of supplying the needs of armies and,to avail thmsves as dr as possible of war con Itracts."1 Quite true. Henry Ford also %wa very busy with war en tracts, and most admirably, for he ddn't ce about the refit. AMd the J. Plerpont Morgan Com ; whos firm no Jew is was in war eentracts ever and ears. made eadlees Jrs ftha0teer need& I nnnn haw" b" ve the hemight stseie.Thome woudn't be a Aneon Jews in Now York et today, and Mr. -in some wer of Euroe, =robably be much happier. if he knew aything about ft. Has It nevr occurred to ingen Ious Mr. Ford that what Tor quemada could not do with fire, Isbrd. and torture can done with a few un ,iffsostarous coneoctioea? An Ford realize his dream of useful service In pub ie office has been forever killed Uy his attack on one large useful bod of Citisems? Mr. Fremdat 0. Martin tells the sudge- modestly and firmly, "I am a thousand times too good for my wia. There Is a reminder of meeUthere. Foi- while the nq1d mles at a man foolish .uhto say it, even If he ,tidnka it, It also knows that on~e We time almost everybody t 6itIt. One great religion tagtthat women couldn't go to heven excepting' the prophet's wife. Mohammed was afraid of her. and made an exception. Hundreds of millions In India Sthe worst thing that can to man, after death, Is to be born again In the- body of a woman. And, by the way, not so 1on , women in the English coe ,es crawled on hands and knee., ~ulg small coal cars, with a chain around the neck, passing nerthe body. r. Martin, 'who thinks he Is a Ieaidtimes too good for his wife, had many brothers not long *5o. What Is news? Amos Cummings "When a man bites a btedof a dog biting a man, Is news: pnner, sixty-seven years wsPlaying poker, ten cents plyrheld a pat hand. re rnner gamed on a roya , king, queen, Jack,te etel. No one Crew eards. All aid. Mr. Brenner drope dead, eyou can hardly blame him. To wat al our lif for a roa .eet gme.would weaken sa . MdicalExaminer Nam o N confirms the gyflush and wiluu t. of th anu l, he eh rel the Rulee toe etof Ret~pre sntatves. He soud aperin ful I white heed hesfor and all the rest. * * Dwyej * * W ESTh( POl CAPITL. IS UTOPIA FORTHUGS Cong. Fitzgerald Says Crime Conditions Here IntolerWAbl. Depmanda House Probe. A so ing invedgadon of Wabiagto polce fore, was do nsfi today in a. resolution in reestd in the Hass by Con urN sthe ei LeSS AN fs Crie. -Conditions in Washington from w, matter of police protection mem to be going from bad to worse," declared bonreasman Filtzgerald. "we tMIS hem the most beautiful city in th world, but aording to the ponoel own records, it Is the hotbed af crime.', In substantiation of his declaration Vtat Wshington As the. chief esier 4 eim in the 4I*T, 3~Uitaid cited 1 'e"I t pol departuint. whicho Z et !a!=r ngton heads thom all." Prolectien Lask Is WeefuL "It Is not only a digrace to the citi. am@ of Washgton. but is a sad corn mntary a tjae Nation' Capital," ritagerald declared. "in urging prompt action on his resolution. "Washington had forty-four murder@ for the fishal year ending June 30, which compasad with other cities of similar size Own a woeful laok of police protection for the Oapiftl's citi "Buffalo, a city larger than Wash ngton, had only one-third as many mirders; Pittsburgh had only one Worth as many. and Baltimore, which I a great deal larger than Washing ton, had but two more murders. Is Undeowerle Utopia. "One glance at the assault and bat y records of Washington by thugs adthieves, leaves one with the un pleasant impreson that Washington, our nations 'Capital. is the acme of unde-World possibilities and a Wo tntial hunting ground, whome crimne and orlminals may go unhampeo ." 'Thi farCapital of ours pushed th. ateofassauts and batteis n the woe city of New York, with ,884 asat adbttery caes whil pice stattc, thmder ,04 s sults on citisas. Lte igures tfeb Conemma ritagrltaken f rm polc eors show that more than 7,011 arreets weae in Washigo frviola 1, n Dtot, just across the border n prom action en hsresoltionh We shall soon have with us thousands of foreigners attending the limitation of armament osdhference in November. If things continue as they oeneth at th mern mend amsion fti enet Can gelald welre i ud lcdwt aew of reeyng tesati a Folong aenis he esated the reI * * r* Body * * IATION 0 CE FORCi Beach Suit Of "Rags" Makes Hollywood A New Eden Looks like the Gauss I 9l Zi La" it to Honyweed, c., to create something new. W comes Maryon Aye with n rag" bathing suit Maryon is former "Follies" girl and se-red her Initial film 4y under Mack Ben nett's silent drama canofy. ROYAL FLUSH IN DIME GAME KILLS HOLDER NEW YORK, Oct. 11.-Phiup Bren ner, aged sixty4even, a retired tailor of Far Rockaway, at in a family poker game last night with Matthew Kantrowitz, his nephew. and Benja min Levey, his .on4n-law, at the nephew's home. Brenner dealt. There was thirty cents in the pot. Kantrowits tossed in another dime. Levey raised ten cents. Brenner peeped at his five cards and re leased a dime. Nobody drew any cards. Suddenly the cards fell from Brenner's hand and he slid undur the table. An ambulance surgeon from St. Joseph's Hospital pronounced Bren ner dead .froim apoplexy. Dr. Ren nack, medical examiner of Queens, who was also called, attributed death to excitement over the cards he held. The nephew and son-in-law examined Brnner's hand, where it fell on the The cards were the ace, king, uen. jack andh teno heat ble In poker. RUNS AWAY FROM HOME TO SEE BABE RUTH PLAY NEW YORK, Oct. 11.-HIs desire to see "Babe" Ruth knock out a home rn prompte flfteen-e M~i Tom a ride on a truck for New York. A policeman found the lad uhivering In a doorway early today without a Taen t he Weost Twentieth street police station, the boy 'cMd the potice men he was in New York to take in the world series. "How are you going to get in with out any money?" they asked. "Oh, a fellow can always get by," hspolice sent the boy to the etidren's society and notified his IRISH OPEN DRIVE NOV. 16 TO FLOAT 20 MILLION LOAN NEW YORK. Oct. 1.- Bar o States' * te *an 1 el, anth e d oday that a -drive.- win b. o,...d In tis ountry November 16 to sell *20,000,00 bonds of the "Irish re RoadsaM that the bepo jed will go furwar4 rset.o h dsvdpmu~ to pm * *u *, * Order * * 1 F D.C. : URGED BA[,RUTH MAY LOSE HIS ARM Doctor Tels wt King Ampu. tation May Be Necessary If He Plays Longer. Ia~w~ematli News Ques.. POLO GROUNDS, NEW YORK, Ot. 11.-WiLth ab Ruth lost to thim for th rest of the series A. . Is tb bank to tba St Ruth is ut for the sere.. His has. Dr. George KIAX. told him that he mugt ether stay dt t the Yankee ine"p or take the chance of having M iam ae2Itatsd. The Infected e. bow. BanIsurdy night, has spread Poison through his upper arm and the member is giving him intense paThre 10o11 of Ruth Is a severe bIW to t Yankes. b* Huggins and his -W. ers will not that ae are swod farvwih eeV=oies ins for the Giane they have the edge. anM In -ns they should win today's gamth ,l be, as the fans my. "all Shawkeydo or Merpler Scdusdublol. Mansawe Huggins said at nowi that he had the choice of two pitbers and woaid ufe the one who looked best In warming up. Harry Harper and Bob Shawkey were the slabmlen In qc-e thou. Uhawke' -lest the third Same of the se10es to the Giants. Harper hasl ndt yet Nhe*u his wame to the Men a' Kcaw but with a vicbesty hot sun beaming down, conditions were Meal for the Yank left haler. and the critics favored him as the probable pitcher. CARLO SHANGER TO HEAD ITALIAN ARMS DELEGATES ROME, Oct. 11.-Senator Carlo Shanor will head the ltaIan d:lc gathon to the Washington confer., once on limitation of armaments and ar Eaern problem., it was announoed today. The other members of the Italian deleation wil e mtg.. V1ipo Chamber of Deputies; Senator Lulci and Sgor Riqndi Ric Italin Ambassador to the United *tates. Unht~s*."*'te".bca."of domne*t laership ofte delegation was re tar Tittoudl and Senao Lu: miiaybranc ote talia govern United States. o FRENCH SAVANT DOUSTS STORY OF MOON FLORA dan diretorof the Prsobservatory toa cast doub upnte stt nt news Its growth with remnarkable upo th moon."no el rfsrBg France a sort time ago a4 nevr mentioned any new disooverles." DECISION ON TRIAL FOR MRS. OSgNCHAIN IS DUE Mrs M aday O enal and Ar ed.Ex1 0id 1Walf Adopted By Qr. Grant, New York Rector, Dies FAITH FOUNDLING DIES Baby Found by N. Y. Rector on Doorstep Is Victim of Pneumonia. NlW YORK, Oct. 11.-14th Wil lard, foundling ward af the Rev. Percy Stiokney Grant, reotor of the Church pf the Ascension, died of pneumonia yesterday in tb Presbyterian Hoe pital, after an illness or several weeks. Dr. Grant, who had become attach ed to the child, hoped her mother would read in the papers of the baby's critical condition and be moved to visit the hospital. He arranged at the hoe. pital that O#y woman wh6 claimed to be the mother of little Faith was to be admitted, but no one came., and the child died with her identity unknown. The name of Faith Willard was given to the foundling by Dr. Grant when he took the baby into his home after she had been abandoned on his door. step last May. It was said last night that the baby's funeral will be held in the rectory, 7 West Tenth street, and that she will be buried in the graveyard of the church. Dr. Grant and his fiancee, Mrs. Philip Lydig, have been constant visitors at the hospital. He was over. come when he learned of the baby's death. Dr. Grant is a bachelor. His friends were surprised when they learned he had adopted n. baby, but he received permisnsion from the city to adopt her, and his housekeeper, Mrs. Graham, with the aid of two trained nurses, undertook to nurse the child. Little Faith was less than two week. old when she wasn found. Attached to her was a bundle eon. taining three complete set. of baby ciothes and this note: "Please, if the Church of the As. cension is what I think it is, do not send my baby to an orphan aniyium." When he was asked why he had adopted the child, Dr. Grant maid: "I uuppose every bachelor such as I am thinks all babies look alike, but after you've held a little head close to your face most of one night that baby's face is graven on your memn ory, and I believe I'd know that flttle one anywhere. It's almost queer, you know, I always thought babies were sort of shapeless, but this one seemed well formed." MEXICO SEEKS HUGE U. S. LOAN THROUGH J. P. MOROAN MICXICO CITY, Oct. 11.--Mextco to seeking a loan of 250,000,000 peso. from the United States, it wan learned today in connection with the financial conference proceeding be tween Thomas W. Immont, of J7. IP. Morgan ? Co., and officials of the Mexican government. The Mexican government is said to have made the loan condition upon its recognition by Washing ,n Most of the prop ul. made by L omnt for the refunding of Mexico's foreign debt were maid to have been accepted. Secretary of the Treasury de la Huerta held another conference with Laemont today, subeequentij report. Numed AUT OPSY DIRECTED IN SUICID..E Deistit Attorny Aft to Qbsr Up Doubt In Do& of Phe. teels wife. Th body of Mrs. Loretta Dwyer, wife of EMer F. Dwyer, Georpssn plasterer, who was found demd bmags ing to a rafter in the celar of her hose on September 5 lst, is to be exhumed. Order for the shumiatseof Mrs. Dwyer's body was given this Wer& ing by Digrict Attorney Peito. Ger don. Whae s poue are sam not to have any evidence in their gessesen that Mrs. Dwyer met with, h. play, the District Attorney deeld.he do sired to settle the be1w Of~ mrs rs.4A "h sad the Distriot Attarney. %lear up the dua*isoa to siti my Own mad am others Iatrested. I have ordered the body exhun" and an auto" per formed." Dwyer has Insisted t o hiswif committed suiasd wwe inss. Relatives of the woman have In thnated she was driven to maty and ,probably to sauide. Cwned a-bUke by NOevL. Dr. J. Pemn=y Neviatt, coroner, Who eund Mrs. = 1er body after it had bees cut down by two of her children. gave a certificte that she had committed suicide. "It was a clear case of sulcie," said Coroser NvtL "Only two month. beore, Mrs. Dwyer attesopted to end her life by inhaling *tuminati gas. She also had spoken of suicide. Thee was so evidence that die had met with foul play." Agrees To 3hmA m "I am perfectly satisfied to have the body of my wife exhumed. if the Dis trict Attorney has or this de,. said Dwyer. "I objected to its sz huination before bemause I did not want the body to undergo an autopsy. I feel that an examtinatton of the body will not reveal any evidence that she had met with foul play, or that she ever suffered Injuries at my hands. The autopsy, now ordered, will prove lam tetling the truth." Dwyer Plans Fight To Regain Custody Of Three Children A bitter legal battle for the cus tody of the three chiblren of glmer Chente Cayot, ofithde Woodhrd Btheng whildeand clithetr hf nd iubid of a monthstepmotero ofthe chidroen.sy ile elae of tr. Dwyer, whorended de ie, n" the h is attr n C Caerywd of the odardofCldn' Buildin, wil demand the etuhbrn of the Dwyer angil.ohv ensm Lnedu onv tetioppstesdeo The cres will be reaties oha rs odw r who brded he lif b hawig as hecourt to atakeri theh crelawa ofhromDer atpl teethe ntothestody ofeptmer 5ersond agetof the card ofl behale to parinsy sdcre ofnegbor u the thes her als hver een sum one to gi e tesimny Ge brhem M Ot e Tee cargen with ae that tplasterer, astrentd fto pern to ret ar the 00 two bo tadgil.Te Dnoumss Ku Nou At Home Commite Hearing LONELYMANUEL CLASES WIIH CON& UONTON ofAntt FNs Mous as A te saa a *beuty' dennest her. re ently, and Congressman Tom Blan ten of Texas caused considerable anusemet on the floor of the House esteuday during the discussion of he Woods railway bill. The verbal combat was precipitated by a declaration of Herrlok that yes taraY wrnthe first time he had lanten. earing a dy'umry adding that he always thoZgte Congressman was good for nothn g but making points of no quorum. Following to the conversation be tween the tw-,oncresasmen:, Mr. aton-If he gentleman from Oklahoma had quit ch=ng these Washington beauties arud the streets of this Captal, and had stayed here on the floor wd v w hmy salary every day that I live. Mr. Herrick-! just want to say In answer' to that tha the gentlia from Oklahoma has been kpi a rom Texas and d ot eav ty at Washington as did the gentleman from Texas. Mr. Manton-But the gentleman from Oklahoma did not take the gen leman from Texas down to see his , *re ers. na. from Texas has been reng the yellow Journals instead of the Journals of this Congress. Mr. Blanton-If he had taken him, the gentleman from Texas would have left those fine ladles In a better humor. With more laughter by the mem ber, of the House, Congressman Manton proceeded with his speech against the Woods bll. SNN FEIN PEACE ENVOYS HAVE EVERY CONVENIENCE LONDON. Oct. 11.-Slnn Fein peaoi nvoys who are now In London hav4 efused to accept any hospitality fronr he English government. They are longafte themseves. quippage at the Blnn Fein headquar term in Cadogan square. Five magnifi ent Rolls-Royce lImousines are in aenstant readiness,. and a whole lini f taxicabs are always ready for serv. es. Even the Irish servants use tai. abs In going from one house to an. ther for pots. AKE COUNTY SELECTED FOR 00V. SMALL'S TRIAL SPRINGFIELD, IN., Oct. 11.-Gov. Ln Small will be triad at Waukegan, ae"unty,nharges ofa onnpir et funds, It was agreed upon here Counsel for the governor elected this county fr~a list of five pre ented by Bta a Attorney C. F'red ortimer and paved the way for as eal tra of the gvernor and otheri essement charges. (Mm(j IXPLODES IN K. Y. PAWNSHOP MACOKi. 11~.f.---xpluing - frmattempting toe, tigiha blase here early teday whiqi deivegel buiness beuss. Yelees suffered the pawn ep MatioJa Dry GoodE pany, Wrighi b itseveS Company and the Babt rbeage 00mpany is estimnated SI |100 Theu a Ofthe fir.M ua SOCIETYIS PORTRAYED A S BODY OF CRIMIRALS 01Mg. Tap. Oft sry M"q To Even Show Their Faes" The Ks Klux EM=n was im d as a hotbed of m and rougise preJudimesad as a lawless and msMsciq organisatiso by by wit now at the opening todsay of a Cem greusonal Inquiry by the House 3ale Cmmittee to deteuie whiher he society is un-Amsiesa mad in ase liet with the Feeral Omatituts fa its ahs ad p-pose. The principal n d-numsi of the Klan was at the band of Congres. man Tagm of Mamaehnsett who seered the gep ose - In the bitter est lmlmme g its un W1f the -smofWhtM f.ads and weoft. a etfe o thorising the n ste eeal em :mt of u e:to M Il fre l msies sood of bowg~~m tou the Pblic tertue In voat.n of Btaft and Federal lawim of a cetiffd ecoh of its vonstitution and by-las 4"d a rster of fs membefthp. ad ". thorizino the Postmater Genran em the wrncunedation of the De. mrt of JustIe n to cdofude Frgn the malls all literature of olgaws.om paced under ban by the Goveraso. W Win J7. Slmnsw ot Atta. the I tmal When, or hed of to Klan. entered the suptl with Cagrenmt e Meh th ~- and PaulW ~ 4p of the Atlanta bon Dwd and he counsel for the an. Be was Joined later by the Rew. WWr F. Ceft of the Internatiohal be FM Bureau, a vVeat ot Duaby nu. laws dh Ieprkn of ustfe h chieb Investo tor, and eAstat Attorney General o. W. tait wo had made an fowithe m the nMa ?ey wr de d d b Attorney General anoerty to ae Uni the rules or nlttesa end wams wi tehtify concenin the retiu of the Department's Inquiry. Few ft m m Congressmen Thane ad G vaa. of Maschusetts. Dyer of -a and Ryan of New York. wo ha denmned IvstpdWof the Morn. Mlan to the olsI69%e M2airwan CompheL. at the zulu oommttes, s2u'a I ftNd tbeare as violations of the posal laws b using the malls for snalkNse matter, and lawiem acts by the Mean with its members nmaed to we vent Identification. Saab of theme matters, Camlpbell bold, wore of sufficient grravity to warrant In vestlgatlon by the committe.