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1. 10 - F s 0 1. W. (ContAVu oil;i irst Page.) porting the, kinih pest governient. A fe wiQrtnw W44e -killed and Woutnded. auttr whI.h t f ting apparently ceaWd. aqd. . gqet tkain wqe. begun for) e VtucO. . Adminral 'I orthy, regent of -the Hungianan &over nment, who has be ace)$ se 2 t~sdenciea. haeshown-ta sympathy for Charles in . a 1-resent attempted coup. Ad mi I- iorthy the instrument of th Flies' In Charles' resto ra ambit *<Jpt March, and it at as he a similar rols .hiF time o# regent has publicly Un need i rill - not , surrender I to Charle and callea upon the rian itrany :tiAt expel Charles froto the (tir-try. (Cirman and Italian newspapers are. *irculating the report that <!hlesh the support of France, bu tfhere is i:othink, but circum-v stafiil evidence upon which to base thineuio intrnth~a yea #grice. Ch4ies Reported Slain. liI4, -Q i 24.,- grpnfrt port wes rceiv frpm Vienn.t t that- f'rr'mr 7Wriperor Cliarleq lfStq adhis 0: "of Order -Diapepsin A lery year -regularly more than a mlion stomach sufferers in the 'nited States. England and Canada tako Pape'n Diapesin, and realise not 'only jndiate, bit lasting re lif. F tacid Tlys' i. gesf anything Vol vat and overedAs a1 SOur, gassy or of-of-order stuimach in five minnu teq. If your tmeals don't fit comfortably, or what you eat lies likn alumnpf of lead in your stomneh, or it, you have beartbuirn, that in a 4ign -ot' IVIA~stp. Qet trom yopr drug A -*y-eMt aase of se's Dille risinga, )e ng of undigested food mixed% with aid. no gas or heartburn, no fullness or heavy W ing in the stomach. no nauseq. head ache or intestinal griping. PRove to yourself in five minutes that your stoniach is as good as any; that there is nothing really wrong. Stop this food fermentation and hegin eating what you want without fear of dis comfort or- indigestioi.--vertise ment. iii With a Hot B SCRAPPLE to A UTH'S Scrapple god breakfa such an abundaace that you just seem the chill and frost c Fortify youarself againi with regular hot breakfs pie, richly spiced and d Sold by all le antd at our m When purchasing Sera AUTH is enithme carton Mad. les Wai6dft' e by Undr U W.Ce REPOR She Beat . . In jcial Web"'m to:* MARG(IAREA *ia.etfOSH. Lamont street girl who broke through police lines at Union Sta tion and gave first welcome in Cap ital to disarmament conference delegates. had been assassinsted. A previous report stated that Charles was On the point of entering Budapest' at the head of his monarchist troops. Jnternaonal News rvice. Truce Being Arranged. VIE-NNA. Oct. 24.'-A truce in be ing arranged between the Hungarian nationalist troops .and former Em pe-ror Charles' monarchist forces to prevent further bloodshed, it was re uorted from the dungarian frontier today. Many Reported MidIn. It was reported that many.persons had been killed and wounded in the fighting Sunday. The Hungarian na tionalist ftreen captured 120 prisoners. There is no confirmation of the rumor.that Charles was assassinated. Czechoslovakia is reported to have act-d independently, sending an ulti matum to Hungary demanding the re moval of Vharles within. forty-etght hours. . 14 Miles frm i Caital. .ONDOg, Oct. . 24.-Ex-Emperor Oharles has 'ot yet entered Budapest and his troppa 'are qtill about fifteen miles' frokn the city,. according to a Rduter dispatch received from Buda pest shortly before noon today. This dispatch said that General Heg edues, representing Charles. held a pailey with representatives of the Hungarian government and later re t-urned to Budaorx. The royalist troops were stationed ~s Gbout !adia ters reak fast of Warm You Up makes such affing its, and f(u,,ishes - if heat~ and gi* to forget all about fzero weather.. t te Mage ofwinter eto'AUHScSrap-~ latinctively flavored. iuding~ grocers urket standa :. ppl e~ sure the uasse f rom ekteh It is meid N. Auth PrehIelen C. tn Sa..rwigl GIRL _111L&1 TOE E.7 Officials Invad oil" met o dia ava~ir'ei o*w to Use All soi t0o re usetl andid -O - ."n oeke* skew w Ml**M Intosh, of Lamt atteet a oa*.rt west. brok4t-oujk the polfte lines st the Union Staion ad shook the hand of Gen. Anondo Dis, conumander 4E the Italian 'ermlwa.. The general greeted ber profusely. albeit a little contuesdly. dad ahe then turned to Admiral Lord David Beatty, the great Jutland hero. and Lieut. Gen. Haron Jacques, of Belgium. and shook their hands heartily whiUe State De. partinent officials with "91lk hats afid ever'thtng" looked helplessly on. "There's Yankee ingenuity for you." remarked Lord Beatty. as he sent an admiring look after his vivacious wel comer. Following Miss McIntosh's greeting, those who were really supposed to clamp the royal hands of Europe's statesmen and fighters stepped forth and, as it would be said in official circles, "functioned properly." Before leaving the train shed the three visitors made their way to the head of the train and shook the hands of Engineer J. A. McCue and Fireman F. S. Maharty, congratulating the pair on their record run from New York to Washington of 4 hours and 46 minutes. at Rudaors when the parley was held. General Hegedues was formerly commander of the Odenburg garrison. He assumed command of the mon art-hist army after Charles had ar rived at Odenburg by airplane from Switserland. Promises to Arrest Charles. Admiral Horthy has promised the allies to do his utmost to arrest Charles, I*;, the ipnediate aittiation ,is more acute even than it was Katurday,.aqc.ording to 'fosign.Affice' officials thiaafttnoo1. In regarded 'as possible Charles mnay make an attempt to enter Pudapest late tody. Semi-official reports were received here this afternoon that Charles' army has been surrounded. but no details were given. - Britain haA sent a note to B pest and another to Prague, of Czec-B Tl . The note It Buda pest instrau 'w -thevn1R.= gon ment to arrest Chatrl ' no te Prague gave assurances that Brin will give theWN ,tntete support for any actiah thar 'y become neces sary in Hungary. Foreign office officials take the view that Hungary was responsible for the nonarchist coup by her failure to carry out the treaty of Trianon promptly. Try to Esend Movement. An attempt is being made to extend the mnonarchiot 4%ovetnent from Hun gary to Austria, said advices from Vienna today. Admiral liorthy. regent of Hlungary, has issued a proclamation to the Hun-, garian army asking it to support the, government and to figIt.-against the royalist army under Charles. "The army took oath to me and therefore must obey my orders," said Admiral- Jiorthy's proclamation. "Only the regent can authorise the transfer, of Hiungarian power to Charles. To do so at the pregent moment would mean ruin for ,_e. country. Therefore, I expect all members of the army to remain faithful to their oath and obey my orders without any conditions." Demand Charles Be Ousted. PARIS. Oct. 24.-The Interallied Council of Ambassadors today sent a note to the Hungarian foreign minis ter at Budapest demanding that Charles be expelled from Hungary forthwith'. It was intimated in diplomatic cir rIes that sub-rosa steps would be taken to restrain the war-like measure of the "little entente" until Charles can be given a period of grace to re tire voluntarily. It is felt here that the danger of war in Central Europe is threatening the success of the Washington conference. The exact whereabouts of Charles were not known here this morning. Three conflicting reports were cu rent. One was that Charles was at Budanr's, fIfteen miles from Budapest; another said he was in the suburbs of, Budapest. and the third had him in the city. RHEUMATISM' Munyoni Rhaumatism Remedy re leves shmrk ibhoig -aine snhe arms, legs, ide, bkorbreast,or soreness In any part et the body simest 1mm dstey.' VB a Jess, stif end sweBl ing tit oekand alin s he hips oindit kves relierso quickly that It & AD who try It. Munyegs rahsemtism Remedy is especiafly recommended for chronic tumatism, sciatica and lumbago, It seldom tolhu give relief aftr a few doses aodela ns befoes one bottle hes ben ued It contains no saclic acId, no morw p-ns no coeane, or harmful drugs. Munyenb IL. . R.,, amm Pm. MU O ' . s -5mr,' 3EARRA Bl[G 4" WHO OR FRANCE I I Ma. According to reports from Frat French government in the disarman 11 in Washington, have been named Berthelot, Ren. Viviani and Ambas ATTORNEY FOR EASTLAKE GOES TO PROSECUTION ( ontwui tiom First Pag.). into town in the proverbial horue diawn shay and similar moie" of equestrian transportation. Picnic lunches were spread in the quaint little groves surrounding the seat of justice and a body of good humor and sociability was manhfeuted on all sides. Certainly none of the visitors nor the townspeople went .ithout a little noonday refrehment. But beneath this surface of 116titli en hospitality there is a deepy btttered *Ynd siere desire O nant of all concerned to smw speady Justice brought to boar for the da tardly deed which has shakeA the county to its very foundation. To Announce Trial Date. Following the expected indictlrnt andafter hearing applications -of og posing counsel. Judge Chinn is ex pected to announce the date for the trials to begin. Comimonwealth Attorney Watt Mayo 'will make a plea to have the trials of Fast Lake and the Knox woman disposed of forthwith. WU-! liam W. Butner and Harry M. Smith; Jr., the former of Fredericksburg and the latter of Richmond. will make equally as vigorous an effort to secure further time in which to prepare their defe-nsp of Eastlake and Miss Knox.! respectively. Mayo has devoted all of his time since the day of the crime to securing evidence and testimony which he in certain will fix the re sponsibility for the brutal assasin of a defenseless wife and mother upon Try Lif ONE W See the imp it will make skin in that a Nurbhoy ite 1 i =7 WItLL SPEAK AT- ARLE Y ce, the delegates to represent the ent conference, to open on November I as follows: Premier Briand, Philig sador Jusserand. her husband andhis alleged paramour. He is prepared to bring - the neighbors of Mrs. Eastlake into court to reveal alleged sordid conditions in the domestic life of the Ematlakes. These witnese. mostly women con fidents and neighbors of Mrs. East lake, have willingly come forward with what Information they have of the gradual tumbUng of a one-time house of contentment and happiness. They will place the blame for this condition upon the robust shoulders of Miss Knox, whom they will paint as a conspirer against decency and respect ability. 'hef stitements to the trial jury will be used by the proseeption to clinch their theory of jealousy and envy which is said to already be well grounded by the finding of letters in dicating a plot against the life of the mother of two children. Letter H&lass At Affectiom. One salient phrase, "Margaret is on to us and Is acting very ashy," Is hI leged to have been contained, in I let ter from Edttlake to the nurse who is beiAg held join~Uy .qponsble with him for the act. All of the evidence gathered to date is purely circumstantial, according to those here who have followed and helped to solve the case from the out set. Theorists are at a standstill to explain how much of this evidence can be galpsa4d by the defense. Because of the uncertaint-y of' the time for the trIals, neither the pt oners nor thg. next most iteresting fi10 In the cose, the wo little East 1 Ildren. have yet been brought to ntross. The former , in Rich Imong, and the latter, in Lne custoay of their uncle, the Rev. Thomas Trd ley, at Catonsville. Md.. stand ready to come here at a moment's notice, according to Prosecutor Mayo. All four can be produced in court In twenty-four hours. be maid, and all the oher principals reside either at Colonial Beach or the counties of Westmore. land or King George. buoy 7EEK rovement m inyour horttim. pea oil gives ed ooieg. LA fiw AND)U SS (Pontinued' fom Firsv age pose formend by the Uuited WS 14teel Corporatioq, but Onseaed by the banking house of J. P. Morgan & Co., tp chook lhe galI that 101e made during the late war. Oly Ijving' Wage. "Before the *ar thfse fourths of our epnmon laborer. were not InAk Ang Wages sufficient to feed their aifres, to permit them to ,ive ntly. They an4 tieslr le&4qrs were dependent hialf. the . upon 'eharity. A larse ndberV1 them sudoeeded during,the war in attainin h living wage which the U jiftes Steel (orporattiq and it s 1e tgrests are pow iwgsing to wring ;rom them.t "We oball psjiv that'0 &ilrent owpership of th# W4 Virgiida oal fields is vested in the Uuiyted ltate iteel CorqorUton but -ttit, beck of the conflet it, t at ht'a is. the pro tection. not oV pkopert. but of 'rofits wrung frbm labor in other otatex at -well. - 1 - "We aIle .charge -tba there has been no effort made in- good , faith either by the present or the past ad ministration to adapt a policy that would do away with the things whieh have been oacurring in West Virginia and which have made It a hell-hole Ifo labor. "We point to the fact that Chief Justice William Howard Taft has never been ealled -to advise and to show the way toward an amicable and fair adjustment of labor conditions. although, as a member of the War Labor Board, he was one who ip siated upon fair wages and.fair treat ment. for babor. ",Walsh opene, the se ad 4he minAe workers of Wet .V utai. When the Investigation gqt p again. He was followd PDy i Murray, vice presidenit 'Of' the 41m7ite Mine Workers. The committee room was packed with counself aid'spokesmen for the operators and 'Ainers. Mrs. Hatfield and Mrs. Chambers sat with "Mother" Jone*, iragic rininders of the West Virginia mine warfare. Peace Plan Bubsausi~d. A comprehensive plan -for ending civil war and establIshing peace 'in Went Virg*rifMt tufrb'iht 'ecal fields was submitted toda* by PhIlip Mu tay, v-ie, ptlidgnt fd ?thV United Mine Woriters vi'America. Murray's scheme involvos the se luring of an agreement by 'he coal operators and mine workers which will "safeguard properly what are termed the fundemental rights of both miners and operators and pro vide a just ani reasonable basis for working relatiina land .conditions." The propoovd- agnieemen-would be ia terpre* and pplied byr m':dnyinil trat,f g named-by the Chief Juk tUe of the United States. Th-jnvWstIpaLing -comis which je eAlid t dentor Kenyore Republi. c04pf jowa. r uned its West Vir gifip uly wit the Intention of per mitting both miners and operators to present formal statements before summoning 'additional witnesses. It was the first.session of the commit toe since its trip to - the Tug and Guyan River - coal '- field several esks ago. Summ0"ag -of 14in Safeguards wh.l(h wpre d lye "essential to' re#idarity or* and Wce in est villfh enum ated by MurraY I speech, freedom of akem , freedom of ruovetneett. "2.-The right of all workers to orgas and .barali o'elethrel'y I*:$ a. VA. MAy arrives h a. M. tomnorrow. Pesseygegeta P -Av Calyc Was in He' 'of Fashion WhenShe Drsd Ukl This. E e the. he- French ou i e . any y toda wea ing . The kinp would col lect through en t *fVes of their own choosing. "3.-The protection of mine work ers against discrimination because of niemigrship In the United Mine Workers of American 'or' any other labor or other organisation. "4,-The protection of unorganized worlqr against Intimidation or co Prcion by members of the United Mine Workers of America or any ithec labor organization. - "Se-The assurance that democratic nstitutlesk will notbe subordina ' Lo iadustrial,ontrcfby the practice f the *oal totis paying and con tolling deputy sheriffs and con staies. or by employing private ruards Instead of using the servioes A 'in trested and conscientious public officers. "6. The assurance to those mine workers who were originally barred rom employment t-cause Wf meeNber hip in the United Mine Workers of mnierica that they will be restored o their former occupatisps or to Pep equally as good." Opport In the Busim Four prominent business a nities in their .respective fiel riven at the Y. X1. C. A. this "By 1 Estate," Tuesa: 1J.sm~. Hager -e4itev AtrM "S- -----MWj " By' Wilkm Math&e#wis; Chief I Conuntt of the'Ubit-ed States. AVrtisung," OC By Frank LeRoy Blanchard, of No "Credit Management," F By John Barrett, Credit Manager, These Free Opening Lectu -opening of evening courses. I the week of October 3j.'. For Fui ParticuI. YMCA S1 1736 G St. N. W. M. 8 ExcelIlin, in Service RendJ at a Fair Pr *The funeral that I furnis every respect, the equipment the highest quality-and m3 tion is given to every detail. charge for this excellenut sern half what ordinary undertaker A DEAL COMPLETE FUNERAL $ My serviee is rendered'1 gynpathy-and at a pric< fib financial burden on tl the deceased. That is w friend of every one I am serve. W. W. DE Washington's Leslung Fau 816 liIt.' We Are As Na You As Your Taek I mOELPH " Aftsr Admission t. Man In Orgy, rSodeuuly IN. A * en Ba al my 3bPhis arly7 today. 13. DaWI. said o AV at 21a Peanylvania aene Iwest. is dead. and 11*1 H. 11...htol. of IndianapO"i.led.. is- in a serioux 0 dition in University of Philadelphia ta*. Two mo. are under arrest a necton with the fatalIty. ag to & 4atab from Pbfla* L. . .orh. asat-om.le conin ng four Mon. all Unconcious. was ou by the poflos about I o'clock him morning. wasrn rushod to a hospital woe be died soon after being ad. nitt . Him death was due to alcohol *5i Ing, PhysicansU said Joh P. sloan. of 1891 shunk treet, Philadelphia. and James E. F'ric.. 27 8halecros Street, Wil rnington, I., were arrested. They re being old to await action of Ihcrnr b: jury. theInquir 15 Pennsylvania ave luie failed identify Ball as a real Ient of t addreus. . INGRO N TOE NAIL TUR 5 OUT IrAEJI A noted aut brity says that a few rops of "Ou ro" upop the skin sur rounding the growing nail reduces inflammation and pain and so tough. ona the teuder. snitive skin under riesth the toe nail, that It can not penetrate the flesh, and the nail turns naturafly outward almost over rig'ht. "Outgro* In a harmless. antiseptie nanufactured for chiropodists. How Dver, anyone can buy from the drug itore a tiny bottle containing direco tions.-Advertlsement. unities ess World en will discuss the opportu da at Free Lectures to be week, as follows: r, Oct. 25, 8 P. M. rnuy, Ex-CiM T*stice Supreme ay, Oct.7, 8 P. M. ti I AService, Chamber of t.a28 P. M. w York. riday, Oct. 28, 8 P. M. Stewart Co., Baltimore. res are prelirninary to the 'or mature students Auring a Call r Address CHOOLS 250 Opem to Womn. [cf a1 is complete in is elegant and of Spersonal att n Furthermore, r~y ice Is only aot s charge. 125 with a kirdly I which puts' de family of by Imake a privileged to AL ir to phone.