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Pau ad"ie impSesta asses - amad 4 be besseabetosl h ad. y. Th. *aeft some r PAWO eidbb ase, that ~ftm - "Mewesy re haa v oin of the Btea. ASe Is OWn L Lares., near Rem., ft i al city. Moer. the Reunte and ms au7 - di-befem the ened in the feom and e * moed b-which new essnm4e-melen the vestal vir. S bas to benk their Weis 016 OWy did ndei-ed - IM *0g.s baa to -mrdr and thousand ese be ho Ui was any Reese, Aihe.e wr &&Vsa- 81dea, Tyre or jas Pa , s-tan people, aa ovsa --a -netes were charsig Asr stene hatce== en to of A -rv, leoking -st for ow %0-d. - e-eMWWs wlW wa teo, -bl.w. up' vew the 13rchy banks of the Tbr. It's 8 interesting warld, ealy a baby "W.,, %M as" "an. s the l smte," And we are in our silding clothes. Dr. mari. C. stope com. all ah way from England to per sede as that restricted parent hood. eesnl of birth by mothers, sebld be permitted by law. At first glance it do" seem strange that Government sbould warn the farmr against aRwing salves, males or pigs to be born while the mother is too yom and akes it a criminal offeuse to tel human belgs how they may also re-blat birth. It's rather a big subject for a, paragrash. Caruso was the nine. toet child. Birth entrol prob ably woqid have kept him In the great =known. So of CArlyle, - st teabesi ehaw disseNMe tkset et ad "a nmaler of ch"Mi un =fit Is maller. W eir ymen on uday la devoted Ae O-m to "The mori Imufs af a thrmaed. rathoed skhbe." One reverend gentlemam aefed it "a eoa=amw crie." It IemA 0l that, but rather the of wofhmen to hoop high ngs brem~t by WWjmust as inhp Wa-s~le profiteers gse degglInA ta held high prime ft lema was Inclined to take a& der AMs. See JameS, chater V, ves. I and 4: G tonw, ye rch men, weep -d hew! tor year miseries that aba em. upenyu "Babeid the hire of the laborer. whav bee ped down your fie, wheA yea kept back by fraud, aik:h and the cries of them which hame qeeped e entered Into the ear. 6t the Lord of Sabeoth." Wages have inereissed since *at was written. The average pey of railroad workers today Is 4.d.8, Four years ago It was $*.s7. But you are mistaken If yes think the workmen are bet ter of. Rent and the cost. of Meing take care of that $1.67 beaese easily. Frees eaeh of four American bsrgig -grounds In France one bedy of an American soldier was tak. Testerday Sergeant Ed war I. Younger, distinguished ter his service in fighting, chose F gaeet the four tobe bured with .rathomer, typifying reepeot 'u te uakeews dead. It was all dase solemnly and gqveently, as It should be. One Aeriera soldier mutilated be yemd~e~fItion find. an honer rtngplace. Zetieleoe now would he a 5.J~eALIT, a little efeort to Rosliving Ame can sot. ahioeof the war, thoe igdhelp and entitled to gratitude. %Federation of Laboro arailroad strike now. 1 bet.no authority worth while, Sttestatement Is probably The basin eqs of the fed is to HEL7P MEN WIN, pehor watch them slide -Into defeat. This strike mean defeat, and would undoubtedly the breaklnE msany unions, THE OPENI ,in departments of rail work now well or~ised. would he bad for ra. 41. a~~~~ do .v'j. -to A 7sok Aim. Charlo BOY FINDS EXLOSIES IN SEWER Crude Drawings of Tunnoe and Bridges i Big Cache at Atlanta. BY IaubMl News onrvie. ATLANTA, Ga., Oct. 25.-La mar Poole, Atlanta chief of police detectives, declared here today he had discovered evidence of a plot to dynamite two Southern railways. Poole gave out this information following discovery that 812 pounds of dynamite had been stolen from a rock quarry. Twenty of the sticks were found today in an un Anished sewer. They wero-wrapped and nw declared the stolen dynamite amounts C '""d. A* Ithe discovery e Atlant. irming ham, nd AtlantiC RAalwysd the louthern aiway w.re .bdeuves of Over the crude drawing of ase en. giue en the was the letters: " A T. above another was the wrd ..outhern." Poole aM. No trea has be" F0ud of the adwhoreng dynamite aN detectives Wo t ie o anigned -t the task Of muatailew Sating .i The LyPsite In the oenrr was ound by PLa0in A.l drea 101Nmal boy carried esick to as erby, who reoCGOni It as dynaite ad btined the poli e o "Pe Cont aecec s " In Rai Strike WEU Be Heh Tmorrow By LVYUD A. HUW"E. a News uanas CWCAGO, Oct. eU-Raniway eae . nve an ran union chtfr aenh asets iag hers tod y for the most moms. tois Industrial POace wtere . in rent history. Tomorrow between 1,200 and i.4 AMlOW of the railway lines and cc the nions will asemble at the Coaeum snoex, with the United otates Pao. way Labor Board as master of er gones an thresh out the controversy Eut has brought the bilroads of the %nuntry taen toace withk wanriu utrw...T,. onte e....m. h wi. med at iS o'cleir ma aendy r-a e ouate or y rethn nseon meeouM b d ay ndtda.Te er Alogh te raplrad thea oante aes ladrsu wi aeppeyar reds 0 n ofal r ro m R e er henLator Bordto mkepubsean of Ne nedshar peowee rohs I rtecent tll wanrapdi the strike.chemberth |o haeN a E Itpanthtte Faces Ba * * * *' * * Charlie Chaplin May * Wed This Adress Car Windsor Run ace iss with may C.uWa._ _ _ _ _ _ _ T'o Dame Rumor says that either May ColiS, brunette and beau er Oir Windsor, blond and equally beautiful, will be the sec earli Chaplin. One holds the key. but neither will admit It, and Gam'ite ates to be interviewed on the subject. MINGO TROOLE BILLTO EXPEL ATTRIBUTED TO CONG. BLANTON STEELCOMPANY OFFERED KOUSE Untermyer, at Senate Inquiry, Mondell Spoisors Resolution Assails Corporation as Based on Article Printed In Warring on Labor. Congressional Record. ar imihusl NeW s.. A movement to oust Congressman The United States Steel Corpo- Emanton (D). of Texas from Congress ration was charged today with wa started today when Republican being the "greatest enemy to in-after the dustrialby House convened introduced a resu Samuel Untermyor, New York at- tion callin for the expulsion of he torney, before the Senate commit-Tr. tee investigating the civil warfareTersouoncrgdtaDitn between the oprators and miners hdIsre atri h oges of the West Vgnia coal eld. o r Uao ands. Na-& viol_1. o t Untermyer aid he understood thedeehirqusfoavtenth tested"n the Wes Vignia mnAICDmcaso h osi .udr fleH.. The contul "'or3r West Virginia are "but a local mani- sod aentytare st hi festation of national Industrial ** Cun ote atr Urmat delared that cne of tbebaeonhscioinnernga chief alms of the steel Corporation teOnrslnlRcr nSit and i ailled Interests is to stampdylnuaewihmmbr etr out the 1pnion or closed shop and "ol- ~e epge.Dino a lective bargaining."besgenprisoto pj, hee hadmdevte thastudng Industrialpe'01aorrgnmogsith problems he had discovered no pana- oehin ritn fie cea for the "Ills of capital and labor." icue nhsetnino eak "But If the UnIted States Steel Cor- wsa fiai yannuin poration could be eliminated, there poe ftePitn fierltn would be industrial peace In this tedtiso natra~nwt country within six months," Unter- uinepye h agaene Opr~r Ced Osurtesr, heHuevoe o xug has be 'etlnue in.Mingo, I.r~naieMnel hr~ ~e nadMcDowell counties, We9 ihabecho orey hav 'even eie the court ad the hsdeoteHuelaerbh election machinery," according to the Rpbia n eortc n a teetliony of H. W. Houston, afrqetydsuedpasoth ad Charleston, W. Va., attorney, who eeb eotn oprimnayto preceded Untermnyer. tc.H a asnmru tah Houston, one of counsel for the uo no ao n a enbt union miners, said he was "afraid" to oyatcebyaulGmsr Into ogancount becuse Blawhoonce),o cacTelue from Conget 'threats"emdde againsthis-lifertiygaftartth. HoSUoneDAYtoucdareou tin4na o heeplino h Tean * * 7! Knox EUROPE T TOHR Auslm 1t m nent Felow. Mr ... =6 he .. WLIW ib... .. W..s . the e. t.mbg T w he 1001 601aW 16 ~t* ca&=*& at mnrW*t .r.w-. 1114.'=i de" me bee to ion" makingm Iaeore to i4~l~b hae aswd t afo so Aas moaw gra e t ber .h3mm. ane *" prmsdto aeowt witbeut I - d ay fate the anksa =w apsa.a her If her cflires *1 at her le.= Mk famserUfs i eemu Th wo MhR heSM em 11RWV fr,=om er aw I h7am b aw Euros alsmo wwt G Am " a - -1 -01. '11~t the dy"a floin~ at me an saf the old rove" breat fte thUm tet tW hullo a ' = bd bm -otw abou ferty mafte fm -wf~ili b10101 the olapse Ot :wa uaem e' arehist a~te brisao feammvli ow taq. The aflnd aiatemm ana Ins win -a A- t %o - What e ll %a I 2 *amrUaW e deta e ih E ovl s3 petatit a lUth .IS Ve -4 'Ij ~~rnm 4a * * HINALEY IS IRIAL i$ BUER atAsuWVeKIsr Pleds -ot .ully. Mm"!%eD V.., Oct. 5-r. Ww4air e &. .=.waivef.sat wU s. h ier.. e.M. - -ex., se .i.g ftaker tr -. bsw me. S* -mo 4..s~t~-&A"e W~.d WM. bs aweYslk etn . t. X-pam o the te u" a tmo %ot thrmuual tob. ilsq Js. dose am aw~. u as-il OM a 4linoat ="* by ir. su aferhis &"SOL He b6ws -a . juntog bheos ta he we.af We*v wbumt .S h e bard ftm har ad M& it bow h e managed to de 6hi withot ben" deaiued he do oft widetob to amhln. .Mumlhpb sw iw e" qoin m lh Wdlw ~ buu offy-a thu he.iniedto proue amd&g 4.bade. awit mmabtobmuht" as the Indict TM d,,. uinwd hifie. ter and aoomphabodI ~n~"i~ ~w hr body ~ the Javr 1g.. November Sis "*1,at a psit bar*v a "ie dl. mma Wes ape Debarka that OO saice omR L ,ad In Will Confer Belgian Croix de Guerre on Unknown Yank bee s ec t ofe the Ofga Cret do Guerre on the unknown 8Mir at the ceremony at Arling. O Cemetery on.,Novembw 11. NMEESSANK KERO0 AIRDED FOER MEDAL Body Sals From Havre Today For Last Rites at Arlington . Cmetery. By WILIAM 0001L InerMSUSsil news serse. HAVRE, France, Oct. 2.-The Preach cross of the legion of honor wras today conferred upon Amer lea's "unknown warrior" and by might the body will be on its way one to find eternal resting place maoidat America's great war heroes In Arlington Cemetery. Va. Sanga From Havre. After lying all night upon a special train at Batignolles station, Paris, the body was brought to Havre to lay for the final ceremonien of honor upon French soil. The coffin mntaning the miortal remains of the unknown soldier was guardwl by wety-four privates fr theo Ame thine and si par ne Incld ne ntyfrma grous of four tat alAmerican burial grounds in When the train arrived here short nnt of French soldiemetcommanded hmiltary barnd, n borlo blue Mnser of enelon Andre -ai mt, who joined the French arnjv a m private, acted as representative if the French government. He was ibt~y affected with emotion an he iftpAmerica ary of occupation sateRhine, and MaJor General theghs Flesal Arehee. The cofn r~iwiththAmr bW5.Acompanied byAmerkw iilst triue J urne on Fec ested over the streets. These arches rere eevered with flowers and pla ms-b basring inemages of sympathy. I from World mat- Britain. urope 'sanity ODD ACTS OF NURSE INSLYING CASECITED Trial Jury to View House Where Mrs. Eastlake Was Killed With Hatchet. fy KrK C. I.Cma T ses -Ias m COLONIAL BEACX, OOL 26 ~ingmr nii a to 1e pleaetsf palmak ~ kii sM sa he b fer z euy retwvrm"d 6110h WOOL moreland county graud jury at Montrom yesterday, scoording to developments today at Colonial Beach, where her attorney, Harry M. Smith, Jr. is questioning ac quaintances of the accused woman. Defens. Attorney Asctve. That she will be rasented As being now of unsound Mind an~d A having been in a demented state at the time of the death of Mrs. Roger D. Eastlake, is indicated by investi gatlon of me than a half a does witnesses heme today who Will be called by the defense to testify as to the habits and pecullauitle of the woman who is held with Roger Ast lake for the uncanny death of the latter's wife. Hotel proprietors and reeming house keepers whore MisO Knoz stopped on her intermittent visits to Colonial beach and Potoma., DOsch, three miles away. for the alleged purpose - of being near Eastlahe. will be asked to go on the stand and relate weird stories of Miss Knox's behavior while under their hospi tality. Her recluse depsealtion and se conduct during her various tripe 20 this vicinity have long been the ub ject for comment, particularly SMOg the colored gentry, who were wont to refer to her as a witch and "eight foot woman." As with most super stitious lore among the neo serv tag class, there seems to be no tan gible reason for the "eight-loot wum an" appellation, but to this trite phrase. Attorney Harry Mi. Smith jr.. and Frank W. Cleman, will twh to establish the fact that 3I1s. Knox was not considered of sound reason Ing. Fond of Swamp Grams. Knox hast do with hrpropesit for eating ewamp gras., she often hav ing been seen loitering near a marsh land back of Colonel Beach. to the fact thbt Miss Knox habitually no troublei geting local tsmoy movements, and tales of snore than one ueer atare negborhood osp ato te fatthat they beiev Mer Knox 1s and has been insane. Othtete ae expte tbeforthcomingedr land county. dary to View Dsags Rouse The trial purner who. will hear the evidence agains Eatak an isS twent mile saway, toelnle a whc the mutltd body of Mrs. hopes that the npet iew and tpes Iuwil ovicthe Jur fthe for the crime, C'omsnwealth Attor nothng in the Esleme bedn turbed, and that no one be allowed to enter the house. sAlthough nealyhatmonth hs.aw gruesom e odtion whc coefrogated OlSupply2