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SPIRITS FOR CULINARY
Xevv York. 1 !. 5 - Charles- K
O'Connor, state fc.lcra! pr litSmt . n
-Sent, announced tlut alcoholic
uors can he used tor cocking pur-
noses without violating the hw. Mr.
O'Connor said. I
"New Yorkers ha-e no need to
do without brandy in their mince
".05, or wire .ntce on P'eir pud
dings, as permits w.ll hr issued to
notelj and restaurants to keep a
stock of brandy and wine or whisky
on hand tor legitimate culinary pur
poses." PHYSICIAN TOO BUSY
TO COME INTO COURT.
Kanas C ity. Mo . Feb. 5 -Re-portcd
for pa: king lit, automobile ti
me "afety j-oiie,'' llr I . S l ay li r
l physician, vent the following note,
.uceimpanied ;v a signed clicck, to
.1 notice John irorge of the North
Siqe municipal court:
"I'm guilty, but am -o imsv wrh
htlueiua p..ticuts 1 cannot come to .
court, t lease till out tne ei;aoci
check for the amount of ir.y hue."
The judge tore i,p the check
df.feat and spouse
too much for farmer.
Macon. Ga.. 1 oh. V --Defeated in
he election t'T diei itr, 'ami. a. .'."'d-
r to report, npi'r.iii! ed by b -
re for -peud-tig in. .avmg in
: mpa-gn c pen-! -, .1. F. .
armef Irv ii .:. near here
-let and killed limis. ii.
WILLING TO ATTEMPT
JOURNEY TO MARS.
Philadelphia, Feb. 5. --dpt. Claude
TL Collin',, preside i.t of the Avia
tors' chin of Pt unsv lvania. is willing
:o be the 1ir-t man to undertake a
one way trip to Mar via skyrocket
and take the chance of a hard bump
.it the end of the line if he is lir(
.aiih'd v appeal directly to the
".'oj.V of Ameiica in an endeavor In
4'.'.;.!;rn then to the necessity of ,h-
- "pint; a -'ror.f i r air toroe.
AFRAID OF A FORD.
Tulsa, Ok!., I'civ 5
tiestionrd John Kell;
ad engineer here, a
'r art a- iur"i m an automobile ac
.'id'tit 1 ase.
"l-ier drive an engine;" akcd th.e
.'tfrii'iu'v or Kelle.
"Yep. I've driven 'e:r. tor jears,"
replied the veteran.
"Ever drive a Ford?'' continued
"Nope," replied KclK, "I'm 'fraid
WAKES FROM LONG SLEEP
TO FINISH HER LESSONS.
.mw lui. , t". .-. '-' .....-
dd Sophie 'Iioyanski, who fell a vie-
t to sleeping .sicknes, days apo,
wakened lor the hrst time I h.urs-
!av and askenh
"Where is mv mother? I mmt;
iT.ish mv les-ums or I'll Ket ,1 bad '
nark. Ynu know I was dome them
.hen I fell asleep. I must hurry and
mi-di them tiuw
The girl then lapsed back into im-onseiou-tiess,
bu! the pliv-ician--a'd
tonight her eondif'on vv.is great
ly impt ovcil.
TO BE "ONE-WAY" STREETS.
Xevv Yor, l'cb. 5 . Annoum ement
'hat Fifth and Park avenues. M.01- ,
hi'ttan's great longitudinal arteries
of motor traffic, would become
"one-wav"' streets on bebruary
vas made by the police department,
A fvtcm of sifitial towns on Filth
avenue flashing red, green and yel-
low lights, in conjunct ion with on-
vay rules, is expected to remedy
congestion that now limits tlnuis
oids of automobile to a snail s
ace in the rush hours.
EMPLOYES TO DESKS.
Washington. Feb. 5. - The policy
of retaining old civil service em-
doves in their posittions long past
the retirement age has gone so lar
. f .1 ii. . i.-,...- ...
at some 01 111011 .11011.;. ...
ve carried to o'eir iir--, eseuaioi
sterling, republican, of South 1U
kota, declared in discussion of tin
cm! service retitf einr'it bill. Some
of the employes are more than Sf
vears old. he said, and long ago
reached the age of --eni efficiency.
The bill fixes the retirement age
At 65 and carries a maximum an
nuity of ?7'0 and a minimum of SISO.
"FLASK CONSUMER" TO BE
TRIED ON "BLACK FRIDAY."
Chicago, Feb. 5. -- t diaries V
Thomas, Chicago hanker and brok
er, va arraigned before I nited
States Commissioner L. '", Masoti
and held in bond of .v?.non for trial
on a charge of violating the eight
eenth amendment by using a pocket
lask. The case was set tor l'cb
Agents of Mai. A. . Dairy mple.
rohibition director, arrested Thorn- ,
9 earlv Sunday morning a cab-
ret while the banker was pourin 3 '
rmk trom a mp peow i 11.11. .
as charged with transporting liq
isr in Moh.tion of the law. It i
he first cae against a "flask con-
. f c- a.. 1 .
which has been proccutcn
uder the dry amendment.
MOVIE PICTURE COMEDIAN
KILLED WHILE PERFORMING
I.01 Angeles. Feb. 5. Karl Bur-
ges. a motion picture actor, via,
.i'.ied here when ce 'c'l t"i teet
"rom a-t airptare on which he wa-
rjertormirg in t'"' tnak'iR of a
Burge!i w tlyms with Lieuten
t. Ya1ter Hawkins, an aviator who
had a record of never having met
vith an accident. The actor was
n ca'f off a dummy from the
plarc. but in oire u'...'i-;er it; at
empt'i'.; tins he fell himself Tin
camera men and dhector thought
lie falling body was the dummy
and continued photographing". They
did not discover their mistake un
til they went to remove the supposed j
(iummv from telephone wires where
t had alighted, and discovered that ,
it was Burg. body. 1
Fpttge-s w.,s a prufecio:'.a! "stut.l
.a;. " ard had been employed in mo-
tion picture work for 10 years. He
vas said to nave oeen tne tirst n.ar.
o make a successful parachute jump .
VOL. 49 XO. 1200.
Special Messenger Gives Peti
tion to Governor on His Ar
rival From Omaha Execu
tive's Plans Are Unknown.
COURT DECISION TO
BE GIVEN AT 9 TODAY
Father of Doomed Man Faces
Death to Visit Son Electro
cution Will Be Delayed Until
Late on Account of Courts.
Lincoln. Neb.. Feb. 5.-(5pe-cul
TetoRrai'i.1 - A special messen
ger, bearing a reiet t'i..t v as
pr.n tvallv a demand, reetfd ilovcr
. i , r MiKehie when lie stepped from
a nam at I.mcdn t.mit;ht returmiv'
'10m Omaha. J'he nipiest was t r
repn iex e
tor Ai! n . (trimmer.
w ho with ANiMl le I o'e, is -ci:-Utinnev
( 1 - 1 1 0 1 '. tii be electrocuted tomorrow
a noted ta:.- t,,r tJle muider i.f his nintherdu
(.. In tittirss ; . rs I ,,i y,,.,, ,,.,ar .;p,,, ;,,
llo'.vard county . on thi: mcht
Julv 4. I'M 7. It ua -'.qned be l .
j. Camphr',! and Sterling I'.MuV.
atlotprvs for the doomed men.
t'-intr every leal means at their
di-iposal the attorneys have attempt
ed to obtain a coiumiilat'iui of sen
tence or a new trial. AM state and
federal courts have to date ictu-rd
to interfere, holding that a fair trial
.Y crantfil a"d wit!) tnree easei
'vmliiig in stile court, tiled 111 an
eleveiitli-h-nr attempt to prevent
n. reeiit'on, the la-.vvers appealed
,,, c,,v(Mtlov ,,, pi,tl)0ne
(h(, lUv -,,. th,.;,. ftiet,t ,,, fpr.
Want Sanity Probe.
What action the nvcreor will
take is problematical. Etforte to
oi ate. linn at his home or otnee
roved little. Immediately afi-r his
a 1 rival
Lincoln he disappeared
and attorneys interested in the ease
'.:ave up hope of learinioT the fate of
' nammer unt'l tomorrow.
The case upoti wh'cb tlie at!o;-.
icvs hasp 'heir renue-t tor a re
prieve are two motions for a trial
bv jury on M'c -anitv of (ir.imnter
rtnd a mandamus aupcal to lecall the
death warrant issued by the district
court oi Howard county,
1 hr motion for a trial to irvr-ti-
fate the sandy 01 (liammer were
filed in the district courts of f.an-
caster and Howard counties. A de-
murrer filer in Lancaster county
was sustained h'ay and the deei-
-.ion appealed to the supreme court,
dcr-ion on lb- appeal has be-i:
promised by the high court at ') to-
morrow morions-. A'si-taut Attor
rev tiencral R. M. I affertv- i en
,;, to Howard county to file a
-miliar demurrer there. A motion
to have the supreme court advance
the hearing of the appeal on the
mandamus was refused today.
Commutation Is Expected.
t., ,1,., ,.1 ll,Ki(.c t.r I.a ...
c'ltion is tne clnrt topic ot convcrsa
turn, it is consistently rumoreu tuat
lie governor will giant a eommu- , inouth.
nation of sentence before sundown , Secretary Lane announced lo
Fridav. I'obticians known to he mght, following passage bv con
friendly to the chief executive .iy gress todav of the joint resolution
that lie has not slept for live days giving honorably discharged service
worry it; 3 about the execution and men a preference light in obtaining
as been seeking a loophole to stop lands under the liotm -stead act. that
the death penalty heina; inflicted. ; first application of ihe provisions of
wrammrr and cole are said hy ,
r r , . ,.t. .; . 1 - . t ... j :..
i'l-.'.! onii.o, 10 hi; 1..11111 .0111 1'i iue .verm 1 lane auei rsiiosponij
nowise perturbed over their coming projects.
death. The North Platte tract will be
( har'rs (irammer. father of the ..pened to entry by ex-service men.
loomed man, came to Lincoln from March 5 and tee Shoshone project
l is home near Palmer Wednesday. March 'a. The iiht of pr'oritv in
He was stricken with influenza a . favor of former service men will be
'1 w- dav ; ago ,-.nd left the sickbed in force for oO dav -. after which re.
'gainst hi, doctor's advice to visit maining land, will he available tor
!ps son. He is near death in a Lin- public entry. Thus the public vvili
ioln hotel and doctors have been be permitted to enter 011 the North
obtained to stay with him all night, j Platte, tract M.iv 4, and on the Sho
T T e insists that he will leave hi, bed shone May 2.
for a last visit with his son Friday
Warden lemon o; tne peniten
tiary announced tonight that the
eect'ocutiop probably would he de
fined until late t" the a'temoon. due
ie cases still pending' in court
He was at a loss tonight as to what
action to pursue in regard to th,
execution, the supreme court Hav
ing ordered him to inflict the death
the Howard cottrtv dis
havivg ordered l :m to
npe.ir there a a ,'! cs in tin;
Not in Death Cell.
Dae to the pending cou-t cas.
i, e coruemnen men na e t'ft heen :
nhacerl 1:1 the death cell, nut the
death watch has been placed to
j .1..:- ..11.
siiaiu liirn 1 1 1 1. 1
If the supreme court ru'mg is ad
verse the attorn. s t;i- tiiey -.!t
'le habeas corpu-- proceeding, in the Washington. Feb. ". - Hon,-,
federal cou-t for Crammer. Thi ' democrats will hoid a caucus Mot
action for v ole has been tried and , day night to decide the pa !y stand
proved fut'tle and state authorities , on universal training and other
are completing preparations tor Xe-
braska's firt electrocution
Executioner John Hu'biirt
rived today from New York and is i
onlv awaifnc word fr .1:1 Warder. 1
bcpp.u, of t'no :,,tc t'w'fiiten'.iarv to,
press the button releasing the "cur- 1
rent of electricity that will bring to 1
a cose one ot the hardest-fought '
nuirdrr trials in the history of
fnitr.d teconif.rUii mailer kUj ?S. I9i al
Oin.ha P. 0. uniltr art of Marifl .1. mri
AT GREY'S LETTER
ON PEACE PACT
White House Apparently Not
Consulted Prior to Its
a -dr.: num. Feb. . - I 'la;: 5 ",
parte leae.i rs tor resumption of the
nea.ee featv ('ebnte began to t..kc
i' v onld 1
In pro, ed;
led U!"i for
; no 'ie :
' vj tie leade : . 1 e i u
; 11: aider a v, ecU'
pal l col-,', ' eni e
, .iMf r -o: -,i o:
. acting ibi"o
g to Washing
- .,ee. ill: ,! a
.1- p.. ml
rai-i-l w ,:! the rK ,(;y , ...i.e..
.;! to ti.r -el'il'e t!o..r. ll the ' .
ubliean .-ide tliere were niriuroiis
eoiisiihations amony tiie lea'ici-.,
'lit it was said t.o final p!a:i was
Indications developed that the in
fluence of President Wilson mn;ht
,-.Ka;ii be felt in the senate contro
versy. It became known that he had
been in communication indirectly
with some democratic senators and
the renuhlicans heard a repot t.
'.'inch hrr.atof4 Hitchcock liickned
t" discus-, that a letter -et ting to: I h
tl'e e.weuti' ( '.- view-, mi cumpio
i ".-e resi n ations had been -cut to
the democaiic leader.
Notice Grey's Letter.
The White Mouse also took notice.
I Mied letter of i-court '.rrv, for
mer British ambassador in ;l,e
I Cited States, in recard to ir-eia
t'ons, officials elo-e to the pte.-uli'iit
"uhcatuiK unollicially tiiat they telt
the ordinary diplomatic murte-ies
'could have Mifsgc-teil that tin- jrov
ernment he consulted before such a
document was made public. While
taking the position that they did not
rati to specifically deny them.
Whi' House otlii-ials said there was
1 " ": 1 ' . " "
the pre -idrnt knew t.t the Mry
Mrtter nririi- to it ntild-ea tion.
Report-, thai the letter's publica
tion had led to diplomatic repre
sentations b- this government were
denied at the state department.
Anions .senators the (,-.ey letter
continued a subject "f w ide-pread
liisctissum, apparently toreea-.tirg
that it would p'ae a prominent part
in next week's debate.
Fears for Colonies.
"Lord firry va very eaietiil m
!ps cotncrs.-itinii cmcetning the
treatv and all proposed reservation1'
v.-Pilr tins country." Senatoi
Hitchco,'; .-aid "He said th- oi-b-ic-ervation
v iiieh concerned hi
country ilireetly was that winch de-
i In red thi't the 1'nited Stales would
not be bound by any deci-ioii or
election in which the colonics cat
separate votes. Tins reservation di '
not affect the mother country, but
he thought the colonies might
strongly object at havmg their vot
inv right thus attacked."
Former Service Men
To Have Prior Rights
In New Land Opening
Wasiui'Kton, Feb. ?. - Soldier,,
sailors anil marine, who served :n
tiie v.'Oihl war will have prior rights
of rn'ry on the vast North I'lalt
and ShoMione irrigition projects in
be opened mi nei.t
tiie resolution would be applied to
. 1. - - 1. t-11 . . . . 1 .1 1. ... .
Will Float French Loan
Here to Aid Exchange Basis
Paris, Feb. ".- A portion of the '
new French loan will be floated in;
the L'nited State, threaten a con
sortium of bankets and will be
placed in dollars with a view of ',
easing the exchange situation, it is '
learned here. Thee bonds will bear
5 per cent ir.tere.-r. as in France,
being edeemahle with a per cent .
bonus ivithin o'l vear-.
It i, undcrsp-' -d the am.ou: t to be
placed in the I'r.it.-fl States has pot
been fixed, but some estimates have
rutl a5 high as ?.
(iil.OOi) 1. inn.
Democrats to Hold Caucus
On Universal Training Bill
P. 1. other
armv organizafon bill provisions,
a petition circulated today having
been signed by more than enough 1
members opposed to universal train-1
mg to issue the call.
I" t'"c senate. S-'nator Kirby.
iemocrat, of Arkansas, introduced .
an amendment to the my re-'
organization bill, w luoi w otiel rum-
Ne-;inate at! eomnulsory
All Are Potential Profiteers,
Taking What Traffic Will
Bear, Says Gov. McKclvie
Favors Limited Boycott.
LONGER WORKING HOURS
ARE URGED BY MAYOR
Speakers at Meeting in Y. W.
C. A. Unanimous on Need of
Larger Supply Before Prices
Can Be Lowered Materially.
he ,i!!iht..rit!iit of the Y. M. C.
va- fdb'd ve;-tcrdav at the meet
ing ot the "Women's Anrv of Xe-hra-ka.
M r-. 1 '. L. H empei. 111
. harce of tin luov ep:ent in ()m.iha.
o'e-i''ed. Speak, r during tin after-:i-
., w 1 1 '.' ' I love! nor McKe'v ie.
.v 1 .1 -, . -1 Smith, I'cioi Fodrea ot the
"' I .'Oiei.ictui'f 1 a -s.-.ciatii ei. h rpe-t
I'.iifieil. pre-i-b lit of the Retail
( liocer-' a cia! ion : Loirs Na-h,
1110-1 do i': t oi h"i''l"--. Nash ( o,; Mrs.
1 . (i. Ryan, director tor N'ebra-ka
v the ecmoii'" ratrpaigu. ami Mrs.
!'. I. r.inm-tt. who b.a been in
e -' igatiug price in )maha.
"Ir-i.ad o' afilieaimg o tlie
-olu-r sense of the people, many
public officials have appealed to
the preditidio's of the people and I
now ot i',.,.!lr,pg tliat
renter ill to the country .
Covi-icor !,Ke'vie. "Th
! )-..., r.-.-.tlv prodded
tat. n ac a ivim or tne war. v nai
we want row is not more agitation,
but Irs, ag'tation and more appli
cation to sound principles. We
.mis t app'e economic remedies to
Supply Big Problem
"W . .-1 1- lb ne so patrioti
1 h e go. err or. "that he w i;
."in villii'g to let other frllo'.'s take
as much as they want, but for my-
elf. 1 deign to do it :' We are all
potit't'al ptofitrer, taking what the
1 rat iic v. ill b, a -. " lio ' ie
pr'cr lh.it !. tr.ut'C
f 'Tit l'p"." In
1ditie.l1 oi 1
.0 ,,-t,,i. "In ..ip' rondition now,
tim supply 1, sjiort and the de
mam! hr'ge. I hat 's the uudei lying
cause of high prices, and we are
ur.it'fving our whims in our pur-
r p ,PS.
"The -hopkeepcr begin to shiver
", l.ep v mill n start to Investigate.
It -vv e fail to accomplish results
in this campaign, supported by
women and beaded by a woman, 1
shall ie. mtv much disappointed."
'I he c-overnor reroinmendeil a
limited boycott mid a ia-l'iou tor
,'iifiii:,' old clothe-. "During the
n,is .,--r I have had no new sinus,
e'.v :iat and no silk spirts, lie
loir-d. "in spite of my !o
il .s...--Nii a year, vuicli
whf tin-r I earn it or not."
Major S;iti:'i emphasized the law
I .i'( iiiiifil tm I'mup Tun. Column Three.)
Honest Maid Keep:
Secret Plan to Spend
Her Reward of $100
I w enty IK w sc. bills
efore tiie eye, of
i lauitnan, living at the
street, yeskriiav as a reward tor the ,
mud, ,,g of a diamond Inooch worth
.-.it. l.r..1?,,iC to Mrs. N. 1.. Med-
'"' ' '' .
i v oi. i on v ..di 111, oi '
lio with the money," sin ih inky
-aid as il co.erirg -em. m told
plans to spend it. '
Tli. tor! fi.iii.if the ten lYe;,!,,.
afternoon on the sidewalk un Dodc
street between liltieth and Fifty-
first streets. Thinking it to be a
common piece of jewelry she kept it
until she read in 'I he P.ee. she said,
of Mrs. MedlocVs loss the night
i'poi! bainiim of the -'mil, Mr.
V.'-'.loi k piesented Mi. liaughan
w nil S1U0 in uiitis, d bid-. The girl
is n daughUr ot a farmer living
at l-'rtmont. Neb., and is attending
a buispcss college here.
"Money Am Sure Detriment"
To Negro Victim of Holdups
"My monev -urc am a dctrimcl
he- pie." -aid Paul .sa'ter. neg'o.
el" Souih Twenty-fifth -trcet. ia-t
night when he wa bound and gaged
by two men in hi home and a safe '
containing SiJsll taken. 1
hen Paul finally untied himself '.
and wife and rushed into the -treet i
to give the alarm an officer, think
'Pg bin: crav, nrre-ted him
Indepenclent North Dakotans
DrninWn Anninct Mnninrbpinp
"Vjamai n-.i-ai uoano
Grand Forks. X. D.. Feb. 5. Or-
eani?at:on of the convention of tin
North Dakota Independent Voters'
she's he! i 'J hi;i-sd,,y an
I he a - -ociation v i'il tot
?i;d ado;if policies for cor
it eamtiaign in oppositio
to the Nonpartisan league. There
c, etc about jUO accredited dclcjate. !
W ON HIGH
FKHRUAHV 6. IWIO.
OF ITALY FIGHT
Pandemonium Reigns in Rome
Chamber in Which the
Members Engage in
loinr. Feb. ?. S-eu
".rrler prevailed m l'
deputies diirii.g deb
oi ' mi
economic situation, p.trtii ularly r
alive to step., taken by the goveiu
meut to reipii-Oio;; oil. I i. t bit
ter i ccrimmations '.'ere exchaiigcd
by soeiali-t and l',ihd'V M-'HH'iT'
. f the chami" r.
When asked !-, aplain tic v.ii--city
of oil and recent orders com
mandeering upphr&.. Signor Mu
iiabli, food control'er. asserted that
while there was complete liberty 01
commerce, "nil bad disappeared
ro'ii tiii- mark' t. At tl
, I )ei)U?v 'elhi. -oriali-'. -ndilol
"' il exi-l:-. for th. tc is -tii! m tuch
I iie w iiole firrnluctioti of !;,..-t y a '.
It is you who i, h'thiig it."
The entire left attacked Shgnoi
Murialdi, who stood impassive with
,j8 hand,, in his p.-U-t. ;
"h anyone ha a specific accua- ,
''"n. rie sain 'many, on.v ,
;o nrmg it torwarc. I wi.i u.e
ably punish whoever i- guiity
proiiteering in oil."
rr Tlrt,.., Tl,,t.
. ":lJT.1, ,Tt- a, .,,r, ' ot"'
'V l'pUty ",n,llaccl' v'1'''': ' hputy
tvarlians, who was tormerlv a cart
driver, shouted in thunder tone
"You buy oil at 35' lire and
at L.'UM. t am.orral t amorra 1
The tumult, vkieb was indescrib
able, w;is heightened when a voice
was luard yelling tioiu the inddic
galh-ry: "Shut up! hair,c' I pro
test! Viva proletariat!"
During hi, speech Sigi.ot Murialdi
.f-serted that the national production
of oil ''.as m.sunicicr.t. Calabria,
which produces most of the coun
try's oil. In -aid. wa- pelting forth
scarcely euouch "or local eoi.-iimp-tl'Cl,
"bui would do j,. b,.-t ." '
Actual Fip.hting Starts.
At this point he v, ,i int. 1 1 app-d
by cries 1 ,1 "I n e h Ip u,!"' t op -fusion
reached the elim.iN amid the
deafening inult hurled at each
other by the Catholics and the o-
ciausts. ignor ramj'.-bia'io. s, ,,-iai 1
;st. gave the, s-g-ial for the actual '
"gliting in riishi'K'. among tin.
1 athohcs .-onl rami'ig Plow- up,
'b'p-ipr., ;pl .l!" 'lit hi! '. F'"- sop
t, e i nu
ng'oing. Di'tmites Si -rati and I'.ai -'eri
distiiiitpsh-'d themsiive. lie;
lat named was dragged away ir..m
the fray by three companions. The
eonseriati'-e depute. Sic nor Maury,
who wa sun'oimded i.v o, ;';.h's.
' t fly- b'o . ;tt h'. ;..; ,i, ,1 r,.o ;
-ts wit': the a'dlp; of a pn-'e
r i)ri.iudo, pr.
chamber, finally suspended the
. .. ,.c
- Mi ' y
B Mall (i ynt Dallv, W
P.lllV illlll Sutl.. i" 00 mitllilf Nr-ll
Won't liven Clean
SWEPT BY WORST
STORM IN YEARS
Snowdrifts Bury Cities and
Towns and Damage Done
Bv Waves Lnormous.
'i .-il, I- eh. .s. 1 1 iige '...av - .j
i'il 1. 1 1 tit by a 5li mile gale were
still --,-( epii'g the it'.rtb Atlaetir
eoa-t vvbi'l-c eities and town- ulc-ng
ihe -lan e w i re try "ig with md'l p .
i :t oieecs. to di;' lhem-e'' - mil of
the deepest sno'.., di its ,,t vear-.
Damage done iy tiie ,1 a ;.. resort
and summer home, along tile Xevv
Jer,ey and Long Island ou-i, was
estimated at hundreds of thousands
Shiopsnti remaiiicd a: anchor or
moved wuii the inmost caution. In
the laud -! wked waterways around
New York huge ice fl.n meiiacr-rl
Ferry Houses Flooded,
hi t '-y house. on the New York
and New Jer,y sides of the Hud
son were flooded and water from (he
i'.ri,. terminal dripped into the Hud
son tube, at Jcr.-cy t ity I loineward
boUi'.d commuter in ttcd and fumed
as they waited for ferryboats to get
them to the tram- thev knew would
IIP 131- IP MO'. ..il..1.!. ,,i t,.
Seabrighl! bmg a urcet for the
, sllffered more ,! an ane of
t!lc OI;.rr IKrti,fn, Xrv
rsi v coast
res, i,- s.
t K oi hawav l.e.u n. t .. o t.
mg ..'low a
-iimmer hop Is, ilmty In:
II iintlniteil on Thiii. Tim. ( iiliiinn fno.l
T n 1 r
i0 rCrshinfT (aiTinaian
O 1 O
MT'U n wt 1
win dc waged Against
'C . C . II
ravorue oons ai nome
him. dm Neb.. Ih h. No c.,i;.
icugn to secure the noUMiatioii of
lieu. John J. IV rshing as repuhlican
candidate for president will be made
in state, that have "favorite s0n"
eandidati -. according (,, ,, state
ment made bv Mark W. Wood,,
chair;' an o' ;h, .xecutive eon.iuii-
i ':-e--,i- M 1
ea-t and .
for .1 trip through the
e-lth in the mtece-t 01 tiie
movement. a:d that by
-on-'' he meant those
iv ow cd candidate- and are
"la voi it
w ho are
maisii'g a i.p-e u
Ilelin ,1 pop."
t . 1 e r e
Bandits Abduct American
In a Raid on Ranch
W a-ii.: c-.-n. Feb. 5. iwpictioi;
of lo-tiih F. Askew, an American
citi. p. during a raid by Mexican!
baud'ls on the plantation of the'
'I lahualilo cowtianv. near ! erdo m'
the st.re of lluraiigo. ...a-- repented ' 'ca
'o.h,.. t . t' e S'.pe d- p. -'i-.-!: ,.:'
'i I : ci ' '--'. ;, M--.. '
ic, ( ny b;, t,r, .. to th- Mrxi- :
1 ai' 'o.i;n eh,,, an urge,,' ; c-, j : t- s; 1 ; " -that
step lie taken 'o pert, dav
Sund.n. : M :
Off Their Walks
Men Pershing Led in War
Ready to Go Over the
Top for Him in
..-li'iig.n. Frh. 5 - i Special.
Per dune vvill nceive' the support
o; soldiers ;f he enters the pie'
e.rtial campaign, says l',.-com M.
I tiumor. Washington ncvMpcr
core spor den t.
"The first in suit , i f the definite
id. cong ,, Pershing in the race has
l.i c-ti l''c bursting of the bithbie.
'(.'ncral Pershing i, not popu'ar
v it'' the former service men.'" savs
Mr. llascoin in reviewing the polit
ical siiu-it.on. "For months and
mouths certain interests have as
M'iuotisly been spreading that ort
..f go,,iv Hip mi hi- present 1 1- -nnphal
t..::r. ! in ral I'er-hing has
In en the ip:e-t ,.f Au-eriiau Legion
:-..st, I'hey a'v Iiaving the
r.ot)o: t unity !o Icrn tu-t what s-ort
of a man ( ieiic-al !'( rshing is, and
en ry viiy i e he has made a wombr
" I he seniimeiii f-.r 'b ueial P, r--hms.
is s.r."ig. rc-ting utiou alt v
i l ine inni'il .ai I'ii;e Tin,. I nlunin riip.l
When Freight Car Is
HictM:u ai iiuiucu
1 oroner I 'utler of ('ou
rotir-ci ve-cr Hr.- that w. a
Wood, vetei.i'i h'ock Nlaiid f
com.-'cfoi . wa, nistantfy killed at
Mjno, 1,. la., J5 nulcs e,i-t , ( 'omicil
ImUII-. at an early hour in tip- dav.
Hie waycar in in which he wa rid
ing !"ft ihe track and turned over in
Ihe ditch. Conductor Wood v-.a-caught
beneath the wreckage and
cu-herl to death C. ( ) , I,,,,, u,,
J- P- Far,,;. Ilhtt.,,, stockmen.
in the w re
b;ok. n Khol.
Equitable Building Robbed,
Ni w York. heii. The ' atllt ot
the P'tt-hurgh Steel company . tiie
Fo'.ptable iiip'dn g wa looted iast
i ighl by- bipyl,, ,, helped f-
'h v . hi ' a: c vtit." it; w :, .
-'oh ' . The I .qilihiblr '.':! !:ng.
V- hc-h i- in tile in rt r.t ti unanci ,1
c'-f' n t. linn., . ;'( ,.v. Y .';
branch ' r 1 - ;- ' 1 ; ... r h in'.-
Douglas. Arir.. Feb. 5.- ' c,. rf.
el of 1 elite. i.n-'s !.. M WoU
d C V.. 1 -her. .. h .1 !
lav i f i, -; s, c; a,
' era., lied bet e.
I .' neon . .
Is Expected to Do What No
Government. Though Ani
mated by Best Will. Could
Comply Willi. Bauer Says.
HIS NAME ON LIST
German Charge d'Aff aires at
Paris Ordered to Accept Al
lied Note Which Von Lersnci
Refused to Receive.
1 ,.. f ,..,,
b'h - cop- fee ,, the Natiot ! Ac
'"' ''" w ill ;:-rf "-.i ; u ; r;.t - w ith tar
! all h-,,,'t'-, ti decide id the'- to
.'.-' . e !: e a sen-i d v. sar-- , -vi'e
' Ss !.;, -s.-.-j !',-,,,,, 11,-. 1... ,IC a(..
' "' ' " in i . 1 1 1 , e i t i 1 1 ! w ith the eora
f ' . ai-'smg imt ,,f th etrad:
h.o . edor Pauer in a statement
;,. the pre, todav said :
"liermany tind her, elf oi a erit
t. a' n, ,.., cn.ii,ir f,, t'aat whet:
conn, cited v.itli t';r ipirstior
.s briber h.. would sg pPac,
lii.lty or pot. 1 hen. as now, "th
"ov ei i;nie.( tried to reject tiie so
called clauses of honor.
" uiaiority of the aemh!y votec
;n f.iv-o- ,,f signit g the t-eaty or
)'"? ''MS. p resuming ;hat ibes
clause woiihl :i,,t become effective
I he-r efforts wen- unucces,fnl, aI1(J
under pu-, Mire o- the threatened oc,
cipat'on of (iennany, thev re
solved to accept the treaty in its en
tirety. No Lack of Sense of Honor.
"I here was no lack of a sense o:
h..ror. h was known that Francr
hinged for an opportunity for he:
I'oops to enter iiermany for thf
purpose or separating the north from
tl'-" south. It wa an art of self
I'M -ervarioi; that w e did not hesitatf
t e, sin
"Mea'iwh'le we left no stone un
tinned to procure a 'atisfactory so
"oioii ot the question relating tc
h.ambiig over ,,f the liersons de
mainh'd and we have done our ut
most in convince the entente that we
we expected to do what no govern
minf. though animated by the best
good will, could coiitp'y with. In a
d'-epsMop with the representatives,
oi the entente our standpoint wa
Milly appnriated by America and
Jai.an rind by Fnglatnl's official rep-'cscntalive.-.
but not by the official
r, preset; tative of France
Request Was Refused.
"We tried to get a lit and the
t-.rges against those named before
, file ratification of the peace treat",
so tlnit we out selves might take pro
ceedums against them. Our request
vvas refused and our attempt to ti-
'taSks', ;l ,tate court was frustrated.
! " fur s'at; tpoint was explained in
the note ot January and we
c'-'ain emphasize it, Rnf we shall
-'' i.'tlv- av ,
; "r.-r tin reamn the government
M ulcts that l'ai-ou von I.ersner re
ipstd to forward the entente note.
I n any h action the interests of
whole nation must be decisive
"and not '.he honor of a single indi
vihia." Britons Off for Paris.
!..:,' Un kenhead. the lord high
c.iaiicellor, aid Sir Gordon Htwart.
the atiorncv general, leit London for
i'a-is t us afti moon. Their depart
i:re foil .wed a cabinet council a;
w a eh te,e (icri..,!; attitude in regard
'" 'he , '-. fi'.idition issue was dis-c'i--id
ird into which the lord high
.!,:!!,-( !:..r a' d tiie attorney general
' ' re . ;.h, d : ,- con - pita lion
Von Bernstorft Amused.
Fmhu. Feb. .. tine of the most
simp.!.-,! men in Perhn was Count
von P., -iiiciortf. forimr ambassador
to the ("nited States, who it is said.
de:red by the ,-,'hi-s for his a!
h fed roi'i'i'i'iv.iN C;h H.sfo Pi.' ,
' . 1 n- c en t. lieMnfe hi stirnrisc
iidly am.ised. H
nee, . ued that he wa not afraid tc
"''! He added that be vat
i'f civ to go if wanted and that he
might oi-tii put the allies; in a quan
'i they attempted to prosecute
ei'icicib -ay- that i" th.e trov-ei-umen:
attempt to arrest those
hers,,;!- deniaudcd by the allied povv-c-
seveie ; tcrna'hii'al disorder
Oidered to Accept Note.
I'm-, l eh 5. -Dr. W-lhr'.m Mayer,
I o -tll'.e charge rt'. iff. lire, at Pari'
i'i man g 1:1
t, 1 1 ,
tor Paris this eve-
ha receivd formal in
to a.-Vept the allied note
ey'r.-nhficip of persons
" ;:' 1 1 ir.-e. -av s a dis--:
'' C ". -u .' capita! b-
Ready to Try I. W. W.
M on tcaim, Wash , F eb, 5.
j Twelve men aie rradv to he -'Worn
.''for to t,v 1! a'i,.g,.,! , ". '.
c ',.- ge-i w o'- ;he cut-.',-: ,,f Warn
" '' ' " ' ' Pm lu-i"!-. t'e
"" ...-' iieiore
n'lon u.ukes .! opening
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