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OMA1LY. SATURDAY M0KNIX0, MAUOIl 4, I!m-NIXTKKN I'AUKS.
Oa Train, at Hotel
Hi! Standi, ate. B
sim.li; corv two ckntn.
OVER 3,000 LOST
AS THE PROVENCE
GOES TO BOTTOM
SENATE TABLES i
BY DECISIVE VOTE
Froposal to Warn Americana to
Keep Off Armed Ships and
All Substitutes for It
FOURTEEN VOTES AGAINST IT
GORE, the Oklahoma sen
ator who started the fuss
and then voted against his
LINER MALOJA, ON WHICH 151 LIVES WERE LOST-It is now thought that the total
of lives lost on the British Peninsular and Oriental liner Maloja, which struck a mine and
sank within half an hour, two miles off Dover, will reach 151. Of tho total complement
of 411 passeng-ers and crew on the vessel, only 260 are known to have been saved.
Sinking of French Auxiliary Cruiser I
in Mediterranean Greatest Sea
Disaster of Modern
Committee Votes, Seventeen to
Two. to Report that Warning
Resolution Be Laid on
; V ; I
NEARLP 4,000 MEN ABOARD I
Paris Ministry of Marine for First
Time Announces Number
CARRYING SOLDIERS TO WAR
rjiio, atarcn 3. it was an
nounced at the French ministry of !
marine today that there were nearly i
4.000 men on board the French aux- !
lllary cruiser Provence when It was"
sunk In the Mediterranean sea on i
February 26. j
It was stated that on board the i
Provence were the staff of the Third j
Colonial Infantry regiment, the
n a i- t ri . . .
Third battalion, the Second .company
of . the First battalion, the Second
Machine Gun company, and one ex
tra company, in all, nearly 4,000
Ott Three Thousand Perish.
As the ministry o-1nartne on February
23, announced thnt the number of sur
vivors of the Provence disaster wan es
timated at 870. It is indicated by the
foregoing dispatch that upward of
Jives were lout.
The loss of more thnn 3,ftO lives In the
sinking of the French auxiliary cruiser
Provence Is the greater ocean disaster
of modern times. I'p to the present, the
largest number of lives ever lost In one 1
reck was when the White Star Line
itanlo struck an Iceberg off the New
foundland banks on April 14. 191?. and
sank with a death loss of l.otiS. The
rescued numbered 743.
The French ministry of marine had
previously Issued no statement as to the
number of persons on the Provence when
It went down. The vessel, however,
when In the Trana-Atlantlo service could
carry 1.960 persons, including the crew,
and It has been presumed that, as it
was transporting troops between ports
not far apart. It was carrying a number
of men larger than Its normal capacity.
Mat of Disaster.
. Among- the other great aea disasters, In
addition to the Titanic, already men
The Ctinard line steamship LuslUnia,
which was toroedoed hv a nrniin nuK.
marine and sunk off the Head of Kinsaie,
Ireland, on May 7, ISIS, with the loss of
J,06 live. .
The burning of thiiinwalisisli iiwmhlpr
Genera Slocum In the East River, Nr
Tork,. June IS, 1904, when nearly 10OJ
persons met their death.
-.Tha JTYench line -steamship Ia Bour
'tfjsrne aunk In TvnlHMnn with atesmahfn
Cromarty, July i, 198, with the loss of
The Japanese liner Kicker Si am. sunk
off the coast of Japan, September 28, 1912,
with the loss of 1,000 lives.
The Canadian Pacific steamship Em
press of Ireland, sunk In eolinlon with
ihe Danish collier Storstad in the St.
Lawrence rlrer, May , 1914, with the
loss of more than 1,000 lives.
The burning of the Uranium line steam-
ahlp olturno In midocean on October 9,
The official statement announcing the
sinking of the ProVence said:
'"The French auxiliary cruiser Provence
11 so designated todtatlnruish it from the
French battleship Provence, engaged in,
transporting troops to Salontkl, was aunk
'In the Mediterranean on February 2fiw
Two hundred and ninety-six "survivors
, l ave been brought to Malta, nnd about
; 0 to Melos by French and British patrol
venpels uumnioned by wireless.
"No signs of a submarine were noticed
either before or after the Finking. La
Provence was armed with five cannon of
fourteen centimeters, "two" of f lfty-eeven
millimeters and four of forty-seven,
j ti illlinetcrs."
'British Mine Sweeper
Is Sent to Bottom
l.ONrox, March 3. The admiralty an-
nounres that the mine sweeper Primula I luu said:
wns torpodofd and sunk March 1 In the , ..j lhtllk we nre entitled to debate this
eastern Mediterranean while performing j pg,, , the 0,lcn. py our aotlou to
lts usual duties. we nave reached no conclusions. I
All the oflfcer. and crew, except three of dQ, a w0 ua to pre.
men. were saved and landed at I'ort Slid.
Temperatarea at Ot.'i Yesterday
5 a. m.
J iC I I
10 a. m lo :
11 a. in 12
12 rr. 15
1 p. m 1H
3 p. m 21
3 p. in "1
4 p. ill -'4
K -i. m 21
C p. ni 2"i
7 p. m 24
8 p. in Zl
19UI II5 1U 1913
33 45 411
I -'4 KJ l-i
.... 13 2s X M
04 .Id) T
Teinierature and precipitation depart-
ui'. mviii uiv iiurmni i
Normal temperature ....
Iieflclency for the day
07 ln h
14 . .11 Inch
I T . M.
24 . .no
Total deficiency since March l
Ieflclency for the day
Total rainfall since March
Tieficlency since March 1
Fxcess for cor. period. 1915
Xeflflency for eor. period,
Reports from Slatloaa at
Station and Ftate Temp I
or v earner. 7 p. m
eyenne. part cloudy.. 40
'avenport. clear It
Ienver. cloudy In
e Moines, clear 24
North flatie. clear .... .1
Omaha, clear 24
Rapid t Ity. pari ciouuy :'i
Kheridan. cloudy 42
Hour City, clear j
Valentine, uart cloudy.. 4"
T inaieatea irnn 111 preciimmiun
I A. WEL4H. Lrfical Forecaster.
SJW TOZ GO ten,
Borah Charges Upper House of Con
gress Germanized as by Order
ACTION A ' SCOTCH VERDICT"
WASHINGTON, March 3. Sen
ator Norrls of Nebraska, In the
course of the debate over the Gore
resolution, which was tabeled, ac-
cused the senators who had spoken j
during the day of explaining their
votes in an effort to satisfy their
constituents after voting to satisfy
the president who nithey termed the
head of the "pie counter."
If a few more confessions are
made here the president will have a
real expression of the sentiment of i
the senate" he said. "If you count
the confessions you-will find the
senators believe in warning citizens
from armed ships; if you count their
votes you will find they support tho
president. . ,
There were free expressions of
opinion- thathtinat'e setion: was
in effect a VScotch verdict "and
would not accomplish the purpose of
the president. f . r; ' '
WASHINOTON, March J.-Senator
Borah in the debate In the senate this
afternoon upheld the right of Americans
to go on armed merchantmen. He said
the senate, "the highest legislative body
In the world." had been "Germanised"'
aa "if directed by the Kaiser from the
In reintroducing his resolution Senator
Mi'Cuniber protested that debate could
not be shut off and that either later to
day or tomorrow he would call up his
Senator Clarke, democrat, of Arkansaa,
also protested against the senate's action,
although he voted with the majority.
"There is no overlooking the fact." he
said, "that all the declarations of this
government have led In a certain direc
tion; that official America at least was
Interested in the success of one of the
mniMinnti and It dopH not reau I re much
I ingenuity to determine which. I do
not thjnk that, the view of official "Wash
ington la the view of the American peo
ple or of the American congress.
"I am out of patience with those con
stantly seeking to magnify the Import
ance of the utterances of the president,
who feel that his having once expressed
an opinion others' opinlona must be In
"I am perfectly willing to let a clt
lion of the United States travel as he
wants, but I am unwilling to let him
make his travels the subject of Inter
Senator OalllnKer. republican, explain-
i hia. vote not to table the Oore reso-
! . . . -dviae
. i ill Tnr whi v " " " .
against ..inerlcans traveling on armed
Like Order from Kaiaer.
Senator liorah, on the other hand, said
that he was In favor, after full debate.
1 of having congress go on recora as uuy-
2 ! porting the riBht of Americans to go
? i on armed merchant men, a right recog-
. . - - - . .11 . . . l 4
nue! for v years, anu iu icu
that any nation which did not recognise
that right mould be held to a strict ac
countability. "We dt-noum-o Germany because we do
not like its system of government nor
its militarism," said ' Senator Borah.
"Yet tue senate of the I'ntted Btates,
the highest legislative body in the world,
was Germanized today. We took the
same attitude und reached the same re
sult by tho same (irocess as the highest
German legislative body would If di
rected by the kaiaer from the throne.
"Suppose the president had said to
i Representative I'ou: 'You will proceed
Immediately to ooiijure up some acnemc
to stifle debate and Uien take the vote
(Continued on Tase To, Column Three)
TWO MEN HANGED IN
BAN FltANCISCO, Cat.. March .-
Cbarels H T. Ox nam was hanged today
at iSun Quentln penitentiary and Olenn
Witt was hanged at Foiauin penitentiary
for the murder of W llllam Alexamlcr, a
capitalist, formerly of lllas. Tex., at
Imh Angel I lecemlier 22. l!14.
Uxnunt was 1:' years old; Wilt wu 23.
He cajuu from 1.1 I'.i.o. Tex.
LEAVES r TO WILSON
nl Khnnlrl P.nrln.t
'. , lions Without Solons'
WASHINGTON March 3. The.
' house foreign affairs committee to
' day voted IT to 2 to report to the
house a resolution by Representative
Porter, republican of Pennsylvania,
providing that the McLemore warn
, ins; resolution be laid on the table
land declaring that diplomatic
' negotiations should be conducted by
, the president without congressional
1 Interference. '
! The committee report after order
j ing the McLeuiore resolution laid
I before the house with the reeom
jmendation that It be tabled says:
I "Under the practice and precedent
in this country the conduct of diplo
matic negotiations has been left to
tbA nrnaMant anil wlfti tVila vtraeHfA 1
the rnmrniitu Hn. not fi it nrnner !
for the house of representatives to
Interfere. We know that if the presi
dent reaches a point In any negoti
ations with foreign governments, at
which he believes he had exhausted
his power In the premises he will in
the usual way report all facts and
circumstances to congress for its
WASHINGTON, March 3 By a
vote of sixty eight to fourteen the
senate today carried out President
Wilson's wish and killed Senator
Gore's resolution to warn Americans
off armed belligerent ships.
In a turbulent scene such as Is
seldom witnessed In the senate, vot-
ing proceeded with senators shout
ing objections, futlly demanding
recognition to explain tbelr positions
I an(i making hot retorts to each other
1 m 0( which were out of order. At
one time so many aenatora were,
shouting for the vice president's rec-gnftton-'thaf
was called to restore Quiet.
Arter having maneuvered for two
days to get the resolution in such
I parliamentary position that it waa
disposed of without debate, the sen
ate then proceeded to a general dis
cussion of the subjects, which contin
ued all afternoon to the dtemay of
A 'oefc -Verdict."
There were tree expressions of opin
ion that the senates' action, becauea. the
vote actually waa taken on a motion to
table the Gore resolution with correction
by the author and a substitute by Sena
tor McCumber, was In effect a "Scotch
verdict" and had not actually accom
nilshed the purpose of the president.
8uch statements aroused tthe president's
friends, who feared these would pro
duce an effect exactly opposite to that
Intended as a notice to the world that
the senate stands behind the president
in his demand on Germany for tha
ria-hta of Americans traveling me aeaa.
In the house, however, the foreign sa
faris' committee by a vote of 17 to t,
took a longer step toward metlns; fully
the president's wishes. It voted to re
port the McLemore warning resolution
with the recommendation that It, be
tabled. In the report the committee as
serts that the constitution Imposed the
conduct of dlplomatlo negotiations on the
president and "with this practice the
committee does not fel it proper for the
house of representatlvea to Interfere."
It probably will be voted on In the
house toinonow under a special rule. Ad
ministration forces are confident of a
At the White House satisfaction was
expressed with the senate's action.
Senator (lore voted for the motion to
table and declared he considered the ad
ministration's victory a mixed one.
The debate, which followed the senate
vote, waa sensational. (Senator Lewls.
the democratlo whip, pleading with sen
ators for moderation In their remarks,
declared the Spanish war would have
been averted by action In congress simi
lar to that taken today and that the war
waa brought on by vituperative debates.
Senator Clarke, democrat of Arkansas,
who voted with the administration forces,
declared their action did not represent
the real aentfment of tbe senate. Senator
Fall, a republican, said:
"By your action today you have sent
to the kaiser, if you have done any
thing, notice that the senate of the I'rilted
States will look upon the sinking of armed
merchant ships and the death of an
American cltlsen, probably with some de
gree of regret but that no action would
be taken against him."
Itorah Arralaaa Senate.
Sensor liorah, republican, arraigned the
senate for what he characterised aa Its
exasive action. He said he would "rather
have battleships sunk than to have the
honor 'of this senate compromised before
On the other hand. Senator Kern, the
majority leader, upheld the action, asaert
Ing that It would proclaim to all natl in
that the president In exercising his con
stitutional powers Injthe conduct of nego
tiations spoke "not for himself, not for
his party, but for all the people of hi
country, who are prepared to back him
with tin Ir lives In an lnwtslence on Amer
F.mphatlcalty asserting that there could
Ih' no confusing of tho senate action be-
M'culiuucd on t'une Four, Column One.)
if A -
SAIL ON CANOPIC
White Star Liner Bound from New
York to Italy Will Ship Guns
CELTIC WELL ALSO BE ARMED I
NEW YORK. March 3. The
White Btar liner Canoptc, which
sailed today for Italian ports, with
three Americans in the first cabin,
will take on armament when it ar
rives at Gibraltar, it was announced
by the White Star line today. The
armament will be removed when the
ship again arrives at Gibraltar on its
return trip, it was stated.
The notification that the Oanoplo would
be thus armed was received by the White
Star line early today from the British
admiralty, it waa announced, and the
order also Includes the Cretlc, plying be
tween Boston and Mediterranean porU,
and which waa due at Gibraltar yester
day. The Cretlc left Boston February 21.
German Raider, is
" Reported to Be Off
: Norfolk for Dash In
NEW TORK, March . A report that
a German commerce raider or prise was
lurking off Cape Henry,' Va.. awaiting
a favorable chance to make a dash for
Newport News or Norfolk, was brought
here today by Captain Nunkewita of the
steamship Grayson, arriving here from
Captain Munkewlts said that early
yesterdsy mysterious lights had been
aeen from bia ship, apparently moving
eastward. He said heavy weather and
clouda prevailed off the Virginia coast
and that he was satisfied the vessels
whose lights he had seen were trying to
keep helr movements secret. He felt
sure that the lights did not belong to
British cruisers, as these patrol ships
make no secret of their movement
fFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. March S.-Spclal Tel
egram.) If a vote Is taken In the house
tomorrow, as now seems likely, on the
resolution warning Americans off of mer
chant ships carrying runs, even for de-
I fenslve purposes, the Nebraska delegation
will vote solidly In its favor, waa the re
sult of two conferences held by the dele
Notwithstanding the overwhelming vote
In the senate on the (lore resolution, the
house Is stilt playing politics and It would
not be surprising if some pretty hard
language was used before the vote Is
Many democrats are sore because they
say the president haa endeavored to put
them In a hole and they resent his Inter
ference In no unmlstaken manner.
POLISH RELIEF MEASURE
WASHINGTON, March S.-A bill to ap
propriate i:,JO0,0iio for the relief of In
habitants of I'oland was Introduced today
by Senator Hitchcock.- The bill would
have the president obtain the approval of
belligerent government to and guarantee
the distribution of supplies among the
suffering people of Poland.
The bill also would authorise the presi
dent to employ any vessel of the navy to
British Legislator Blames
Armament Trust for War
fllli'Afio, March t. Francis Nellson,
who has taken action equivalent to re
signing from the British I'arllameiit. ad
dressed the Women's city club here to
day on "Secret IMploniacy and Sudden
War." He attributed England's troubles
to Its aecret foreign policy, asserting
that members of Parliament knew no
more of what was going on In the foreign
office than the most Ignorant peasant.
Mr. Nellson la known as a FaMan ao
ctaliat. "All our foreign relationships were In
the hsnds of the armament trust," he
said, "and w were at the mercy of those
gentlemen who stir up wars In order to
ell munitions. I tell ou that you Ameri
BITLIS BY ASSAULT
Czar's Forces Take Town in Turk
ish Armenia by Storm.
I BRITISH SEIZE EGYPT TOWN
PETROGRAD (Via London).
March 3. It Is officially an
nounced that the Runslnns have
captured Rltlla, Turkish Armenia,
about 110 miles southeast of Erie
rum near the southwestern extremity
of Lake Van. The city was taken
nulls is a city of about 35,000 In
habitants and the capital of the
vilayet of the same name. It has
numerous mosques and convents of
dancing dervishes and is located
4,700 feet above sea level.
The Turks are said to he strengthen
ing the fortifications of Slvas, which is
about 30 miles west of Krxerum, the only
point considered here a likely to be a
lieilous obstruction to the westward pas
sage bf- the Russians. Turkish rein
forcements are pouring dally Into this
1 f V-fW-ji
RuaslBH f nrw la I'erala wlth-"TtTffini'erT ' fort ' VflKterriar "accord rn " to
mmuiimii iris in -
now reported moving toward the British
forces In Mesopotamia.'
Karyntlasi Towrn Captures).
CAIRO. Egypt. March X (Via Ijon-dn.)-8ldl
Baranl, a town In western
Egypt, was reoccupled without opposition
by British forces yesterday after being
fcr thre months In the hands of tribes
men commsnded by Turkish officers.
Further Information Indicates that the
Turk la casualties on February 2 were
heavy. Thirty-three thousand rounds of
ammunition, a machine gun, fifty camels
and a large quantity of dates were cap
tured. Among the prisoners were Gaafar
Pasha, the second In command, and Ne
had Bey and about thirty others.
The British casualties Included two offi
cers killed and six wounded.
Walter Watson Dies
in Electric Chair
OWHNINO. N. y -larch I. Walter
Watson of Brooklyn waa electrocuted at
Sing Wing this morning for the murder
of his wife a year ago. Watson, who
protested his Innocence to the last, left
a sealed envelope to be opened after his
death. In It was found a faded flower
and this note:
"This envelope contains a flower from
my dear wife's grave. Please bury It
with me and let It be on my breast. It
is a token of remembrance of the wife
I always loved and may dod rest our
souls In peace."
Watson waa separated from hla wife
at the time of the murder, which he
was supposed to have committed while
under the Influence of drink. His son
Thomas saw his father stab his mother
with a table knife and aasisted In hla
STURGESS TO VISIT SUNDAY
BEFORE HIS RETURN HERE
(From a Staff Correnindent.)
WASHINGTON. March J. (apecial Tel
egram.) T. F. Kturge, editor of the
Twentieth Century Farmer, and Mrs.
Bturgeia arrived In Washington today
from a three weeks' vUlt to eastern
cities In behalf of hlj publication. Mr.
and Mrs. Kturgess plan to vlult "Billy"
Munday and his party tomorrow evening
In Baltimore, after which Mm. Sturgess
will iro to lUloxl. Miss., to visit a sister,
while Mr. rUurgess will return to Otnai.
cana are In the hand of the same sort
of Jlngos that caused us to kill the poli
cies of t'ampliell-Bannerniun and throw
ourelea Into this monstrous rondo t.
"The people of none of the warring na
tions made this war; Invisible government
did it and In Kngland we are determined
to be rid of It."
The speaker referred to the "armament
trust" as the only International govern
"We had a narrow escape at the time
of the Agadlr crisis," he continued, "and
had It not been for that enterprising
Journal, Ijb Matin, which waa able to
muk the whole story public we might
ive been dragged Into a war then."
ATTACK ON VERDUN
Asiaults in Region North of Be
leaguered City Resumed with
GERMANS HOLD D0UAUM0NT
PARIS, March 8. The French
have occupied the highest part of the
mound on the northern slope of
which the village of Douaumont Is
situated and also in counter attacks
ngalnBt the Germans have regained
ground in the immediate vicinity of
Douaumont, according to the French
official communication made public
The bombardment continues very
violent along the entire front from
the west of the Meuse to the Woevre
BERLIN, March 3 (Via Lon
don.) German troops cleared the
village of Douaumont and pushed
their lines to the west and to the
south of the village and of the ar
the official announcement Issued to
day by the German army headquar
PARIS, ' March S. Bombardments
and attacks on the part of German
troops continued all yesterday even
ing In the region to the north of
Verdun, according to announcement
made by the French war office this
afternoon. This fighting was con
ducted with redoubled violence.
Near Douaumont several fruitless
endeavors on the part ot the Ger
mans were repulsed with cruel losses
for them. Nevertheless, the Ger
mans succeeded In reaching the vil
lage of Douaumont, where the fight
ing continues with ferocity.
The vlllnge of Vaux also was attacked
by the Germans, but these advances were
checked by the French fire and Germans)
were compelled to retire, leaving a great
number of dead.
Tho bombardment continued with great
intensity yesterday evening and last
nlht In the Woevre district, but French
forces held the Germans In check by
their curtain of fire.
The artillery of the Oermana has been
active in the vicinity of Malaaoourt and
Every Man in This
Village Needed to
Fill the Offices
CORAM, Cel.. March S.-Coram, Shasta
county, the smallest incorporated city in
California and once a populous mining
camp, with a population of 24, of whom
nine are men, has eight offices to fill at
the coming munlclpnl election In April.
Ono of the men, C. W. Marker, at present
a city trustee, la abio Jjstlce of the
pence. He will not seek re-election.
Kvery man In the city will be an office
holder unless some of the wonien cen be
Induoed to accept municipal honors.
German Sea Plane
Picked Up Off the
Coast of Belgium
IONPON. March S.-A German sea
plane returning from Kngland was yes
terday, picked up bv the French three
mile north of Middelkcrkehank oft the
Belgian roast. It was announced in an
official statement Issued this evening.
One of the observers of the machine
was drowned and one was taken prisoner.
The sea plane dropped on Wednesday,
the official statement add.
Hides Small Fortune
in Mail Catalogue,
Wife Burns Book
I'KCATIR. 111., March l-Noah
Lundy, a farmer living near Areola,
today 1 mourning the loo of $2. 600 In
crisp t'nlted State currency. Liundy
hud secreted the bill In a mall order
company' catalogue, and while away
from home Ida wife, while cleaning
house, burned the book along with other
J 1 1
Will Quell Agitation Which Has
Been Interfering with tha
NEBRASKA SENATORS DIVIDE
The roll rail was sa followei
Bratta, Art a.
Works Total la.
WASHINGTON March S. Senator
McCumber later reintroduced sub
stantially the same resolution he had
offered aa a substitute to the Gore
resolution. Tbe McCumber resolu
tion will go to the calendar.
WASHINGTON, March I. By a
vote of 68 to 14, a greater majority
than they expected, administration
forces In the senate today tabled
Senator Gore's resolution to warn
Americana off the armed ship of
the . European belligerents and
thereby finally quelled In the aenate
an agitation which hasr embarrassed
President Wilson In the submarine :
negotiation! with Germany . .
Senator Gore'a resolution, A sub
stitute by Senator McCumber, a re
publican, and an attempt by Senator
Gbre to strengthen hla original pro
posal all were defeated at one time
on a roll call on a motion by Senator
James, one of the administration
whips, to table them. The admlnls-'
tratlon victory in the senate trans- '
ferred the fight to the house.
It was said at tha White Houae that the
result In the senate was satisfactory and
met the wishes of President Wilson, It .
was added that attention would now T
concentrated on tha situation In tha
Two Democrats AaraJast It.
Senator Oore, htmaerf, voted to table
his resolution. Senators Chamberlain '
and O'Oorman were tha only democrats .
who voted against the administration.
Tli other twelve antl-admlnlatretlon
votes were republican. Forty-evn dem
ocrats and twenty-one republicans voted
to table tha resolution.
During the roll call Senator Smoot, re
publican, asked to be excused from vot
long because he was not able to vote di
rect on tha proposition. Senator Borah,
republican, objected, but ' the saaata
voted to excuse him.
When Senator 8tones nam was called
be arose to explain that Senator Sauls
bury, democrat, was absent on aooount
of illness. He said that. It present. Sen
ator Kaulsbury would have voted aye on
the original reaolutton.
Senator Borah, notwithstanding that
Mr. Fton waa explaining tha vote ot a
"If this senate Is going to be ragged,
the senator from Missouri will t gagg4
with the rest of us," Senator Borah
"When order was restored fenator
Stone explained that "oa this resolution
I vote aye."
There was some uncertainty ami g
senators as to the status or the various '
resolution when the roll call bad be
gun. It was explained then that Senator
James, had moved to lay not only tha
Oore warning resolution, but also the so
called corrected resolution on the table.
It was necessary, then, for senators to
express themselves as to warnings aad
on the question ot killing of an American
on an unarmed merchantman as a causa
tor war In one vote. I
Don hi qaeatlon, Coatastoa.
For that reason Senator Gore voted to
table because he did not favor his own
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