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DISCOURAGES STRIKE POINTS OUT TO LABOR LEADERS THAT NOTHING WOULD BE AC COMPLISHED FOR MOONEY. 'Vii-iliington. 1>ee. d \u op;,enl in In- workers f tile tinuuri tint tn en '-Mgo in a nation wide strike a - a pro !e.st m ilm ease of Hu mas ,1 .Mooney, etui t irti i! of m ■ *der in tip. prepared ness day horn i explosion in San !■ riiiejseo, was issued t day liy Sec tv •eiy of Labor Wilson. in a telegram to Otto itartwiy. !'"esident of tile Ore-on Slate I'edrr etion of Labor, the secretary said tl'at if tho ovidenc'* now available i. -■i.iicient to convitiie a jury iliat ' '"re has h"en a conspiracy to con .ii! M'Opey, IItii is item probal’L ■ ' that he will secure a now trial and have his uni!- or inline, nee rl,• tern hied by a jury in the light of the hale that are n w known In exist." T1.. id,led tll.1 • lie . Illlv tifi'tt of a striki ■would ho to bri;;" into disrepute ai d tend to destroy the my ''vteni of trial, which Is tho re mit of a thousand years struggle on die pa: i i the masses to protect themselves neatest criminals, on th-’ one hand, and profiteering on. the other.” Many la'.or unions n\rr the conn Ii have voled to strike Ilia m er P : a pvoti st iit ti e Mommy ease. Their acti n was taken before fiov i'iii r s.-pphens comniumeil Mooney's death "litem e to lii" imprison moil i, •mt oil it iu:t* nl the American hii'i'ii "Mi iif '.a' nr ha\ ■> paidiclv iiiiuouni i'il that tic ki nun's action lid nol meet the demand-' of In or in the Oil ", 'li' Mnotiev 'ins been ‘tili 11 y of this . ■ mt'," said Mr Wils n s telftram. ■ ■:■'"ir is noi in’eiesM'd in protect tin; iiim, 1 tie is iiiiioeent, all of our peo ple are in" rested in His acquittal. No ike of tiie workers of I'm country call fill iii ite til professes." BAtfOUR OUTLINES VIEWS ON PEACE CONFERENCE UNITED STATES WILL HAVE TO DEAR LARGE SHARE IN WORK OF LEAGUE OF NATIONS. ■e Her, •- i I' Tic \ x ss i \Mhnr .1. Helfo'ir. 1 Mate I or inn i a n e i la ii*-, lilt* Views Oil til' P ' It'd conference i na\. mill i • A - m i i1 | I’fe-s I1:..I he taeuvht llle »!••• ' til il'.ris lilts inonlli would l> merely informal an I preliminary : the cm* fereiui of the n'-soeiitled poverhiiients at the first ot tin* year, which would formulate ail the important terms ot pence agreement*. I'lie ••onfer- | iMCI', ll,-' stilled, Mi'Mlld 'C tie- 111'*-' i m port ant and the Ion-<■-■: id • • s, rles When it was finish'd ih< coiint res .veuld he filled In to r.iti ly l ie conchi-ieine. n aela'd Mr. lia. i r said the It: : h ki"‘ ornnient had noi yet mail" any fix'd nnnnnomonts an iT-'siicm Wil.-.m lo visit UiiKhiiiil as ji would h premat tiro until more - a- know a " aai'dlns: the presi lent'-* n'.vn p'ni.-: i iron I Britain Would he nude 1 ia h . his wishes. Mr. Balfour said he believed ti e question of a lea. e of Indians "a I ,.!• 7111 ' - I in , ,11 l I II HIM . ■ ■ ■ mi the confer* net*. • -The prominence Mr. V.ibin In given the suliji ct is a vorii.i il.- ('Oil I ri hit', ion lo i \vj]i nlion." ho drcl :r .■it 'T thin:;," continued Mr. li.mn.ir. ".1 Ipiwii' of nations is a n‘-'essa y o: this war; if i' is to produce all i mud yyc i s )Oe! '»i cOHlc out O', it tic fnited Stales would hav.* to boor n large share in the work ii nii'nlv s It should lie .umictliirfy more than u mere instrument to prevent war. rl he world is moi.- cotnpli* at cl than wo are inclined in believe. It would if folly to imagine it possible to con stimti a world with states endowed with equal rights. • Hut I v ish to say emphatically, to provide concert machinery for them is ono of the hi''-he-at function* can o-'ai yvit Ii. Itoforrins to President- Wilson's phrase "Make the world srfe fur do mcicrai y.” He said, "1 don't think t'a • winht can be safe for dembe.ravv mi rely hv limit ipl\ in* Hie number of demo'vatic states.'* He said he was not thinkln.tr of i lerninno' os; e dally lint of the now states in the in at; in* in eastern Europe. "Wo mu1 not assume,'* ho said, “that when such a system is ei-eated in castora Europe like that, wrong will lie Impossible. Til*', passions which lie betvvien neighboring de mocracies make tHem quite as pro’.i" to make strife :is under other farm* of government. Some critics fay that the chanaes Hint an.imr made tn eastern Kurop* ' ill lialkuni/.e Europe but I look forward to something dd tereut. It would be intolerable us I'.'.urepe and America tnnd" no pro Wilson a gains' turning Km o' * into a cock! it for farther '.vnis "I believe h lea me of n ition- w ill be require'' to superintend and con trol not only tile. < ri initial -amail loti Rieat ante ruck *, hut to |.revent any n> h ami i»con*lderate “unirb jggR H Pjj lP9 I The Opportunity No I I Man Can Overlook I ■ m I And that is to be able to buy the finest clothes made in the world, at I We offer the productions of Stein-Bloch and fashion Park Conceded to be the cream of high=class ready-to-put on suits. They are: All Wool—All Hand Tailored, and guaranteed by makers and by ourselves as to satis factory wear. SELECT ONE TODAY j firm ioing to war. I: Is impo 1 do to 1 talk about democracy except for ! countries which have roa od a rel • I ativoly advanced'si age ot civilization. I \ leaane eould not 'be truste I t< r 1 tie " less developed. HbliHnK this view 1 recard a leacue of nations the : rente,-■t work of the conference." Arlad if Itussin v.ould be repre i -enie I it; the peai > conference, M li.itfour replied. "It is hard to define what Kus. ia i- now. We liave no relations with i he Itolslv'i tku-t government which i tlm main tie lactn ovomniont til central Kuropi an Russia Itm there arc many ntcor de facto government < I thin’.; Russia's s'atus will e set - tied at the peace conprence. 1 can net conceive .hat the conterette win regard any ltm -tan govt rnnient a> .it present < • »r>«t i» 1111 ■] entitl'd to re pi ■ s. tit itii.n " —-o— WMiermin Blood T«at. Laboratory of too Hot Sj>r!n*i Sanitarium, 6t» Central avenue. NEGRO GIRL BOUND OVER TO GRAND JURY \nna Louise Penh si a nostro uirl xi;-iir I.: yeirs old w.i.i bound ovn to !"• era ml jury in tlm muni ipai court \" fordat i n (lull >' if uran i in' eery. She Is rluiiseii with stcallnt; a Haiti) till chain and a <iiunlil> of woman's doth nu from a house at 'j 'i (yuapute tiM iiue 'I lie pit rl> ttas found ill liPf home by Oi'fUcr JI::v111 ter end rolurnrd to the owner. — — . o • —■ — BRITISH SHIP STRIKES MINE IN BALTIC SEA London, Lee. ti Kleven men are missing in a result of the British worship C'H-oiidra ••timing m contae with a mine in the Baltic sea las' Wednesday nlsltt awnHir; to an of I'ie.al eotniiMinicaHoti issue I !•> the eimiraly P night. Tot |ie*lo hr at do -iron r rescued the remainder of the ' 4 crew, I \ coi! e.ie iiJi of British admiralty • hip ile uoi j into III tie* t'lMsandro I HOSPITAL REQUIREMENT PLACED AT 13.000 BEDS. • Was.'•.muon'., inert \ llesplals coating *S«,00i),00O anil providing 1;', oii'i beds are eatinnted as tie ■>i'/ to cate for diwcharued sick and ids - aided soldiers Assistant Sor eotl tleneral Slim on. of the piudie health ■ • ft i e, asked the house diMmns iiimmitfee today with the a >t Total of Secretary McAdoo for an 1*1 nropria tlon of $IO,dno,noo to provide the drat r.,ood beds. Worth Attention of Women. When you feel too tired to work, when dark putts appear uhTlevyoet eyes, when you wake up weary wit; ba< kaehe or pains in sides and kXn * when rnuseletj and hones ache, when • to'i suffer rheumatic twinges, when Imubu’o puts you down then yon know t' o kidneys arc weakened or disorder ed. Mrs 1. .1 Bucknell, Haute 1 l*ar duy, Ne'i , writes: * i am recoverm; from an atta.rk of lumbago hy the aid of '•••. ,e> Kidney Pills They surety have h<dped mo." \ ( J.nlii" vdv.