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First to Last?the Truth: News - Editorials Advertisements
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER :>>, 1010
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W E A T IT E R
Fair and colder to-daj with ?old ?rat
at n?i?h* : to-morrow fair: fresh
-^^ .rv-Tc ,n lii-Hircr Nfw York ?ml I THREE CENTS
TWO < f.NTS wfthIn rornmiilint cli-tun. .- |
Cul Taxes, Curb Reds, Adopt Budget, Wilson Urges;
Fall to Call on Congress to Enforce Mexico Demand
^ ar Allied
Senator Prrdirt- D?-mIo*
jges of Hi- <iommittee
?fill Force the Lid Oil*
the Entire Situation*"
RedFkmirs in I . S.
Fanned h\ Carranzu
Pamphlet?* Printed in Ked
Are Smuggled Into U.S.
to Stir I ]? I n r e s 1
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P? . v ? b - "most sensa
. ?II Returns from Border
*tt? k Veturned to ^'a.-hinp-ton
5B!?0rdc.r i?"1 night. While
%tion *ni '"" worked with the
le D." '[' "'" State Department,
- ?embers consulted frequently
?T. ?W-rnment agents, who have
I_wy watching events at the
?I ''- little Senator Fall was
I*, ?ay regarding the evidence
|ti . i h!s rommittee it was ap?
is- ?, l,u'> secured sensational
?>! ? . " p!'jt hatched between
tombera in the United States
on paye twenty-one
To Test Morals
Hylttn <) nier s Police and
License Dcfxtrttneiifs to
In vestisate Production
??''? ? Ffj Ian ?, ? <terdny ordered the
oner ? ! enses and the po?
' - to vi.mstock a. Gest's
\ '" rodite," which
? a* tl,e Century
* ? ?? ? followed his read
? ? ' ? .. newspaners, one of
eked prod uct ion. lie at
mi wrot - r to Job n 1 ?". Gil
. ? inn erof Licenses. say
.' ? '.vas (,:*"( r. ive to
-'? ould be found
pri ' py of his letter to
ision? ' ? i was also for
to 1 ' Co mm - ioner En
? . i immissionci Gil
christ th. Mayo d:
''Immoral ? ?'.- ?. ist no 1 ? flaunted
? ihe ? .. ? of ' e Mew Yol I public.
There is always n pie suppori ror good
wholesome prod ctions her . hut I art-,
iteh ??? ? ? * hat tin ' ? ople of
city wi! lolei ate anyl mg t hat
borders on . : ' : ou -: ess.
v co?pe rat. vith the
1 ? ? . oner in presenting
,-est ?gal . whi? I desire > ou
r . ? ,' , : ? !C'ly."
??' ? ? ' ? v. ill : . I; .> Com
I "Aphrodil? -." sa id
light ? new i ir of the
t ion i \.- ' '.v hat he
re is i ? donee of \ I .
a ". are ? :' -.- ;. "tiga I ? ' pel
said Mr. Cost
"But 1 . ai her? The
n ' ' I re to mak? o tb?
lettei hat f any on?
? | ? A | ,
ng. : .-.r ge -
r. udi -a o man n the
iti'ly m "hi
1 ??? ' trtl Ar ' : e r ; ? 'gilt's
SI0 at the
Visits Sing Sing
'???.- C i ? m 'h. in y s
H r ? t o s t a i n. s ? I ? ..
-? * i; pris? th? nti er pai :
v ? ' irred .:. ? night -, the
? : .' ? ' ?? M ' tal Welfai c
? ?? ? .' ? ? ; eveninp
?am A. McCahe, ? ? ?a] elerir
to C'nai!? i : ' . ' -. .Superintendent
of Pris? been o4i the ground
tor a gating t'te ii res, v. a ?
her? ? ? r ? latest blaze wn - dis?
ci' i >. ? '.'? Ltigan arrived h reto
night : ? inquiry,
?lu! ual W e fare League is
housed ? tor} building ? ? lie
|i oi ear ? he death house.
? ?. i In the store on
? i ?? ground 'A or They were o\
: i : guished by before t hey
: i acl ed thi s. : floor, where the
brary, contaii r :? i 000 volumes, is
oca ted. V. : ! i i ' way a I
I ime. ! ..- Abraham Jacobs, a
r _-.?., s ' charge of the leag u? '.?
I ua rtei .
Lasi August, ioO.OOO damage was
n lire r thi old cart and
rtory, in used a - a st ore
On N'oeml ? r 20 a closet in
the front office was found iblaze. The
folio ng day the cart and wagon fac
foundry and machine shop were
....... i | ? | rf,.
Ml th? fir - were discovered at tin
hour when no one was supposed to be
in the !??:; id : ngs. N me of the alarms
was irivi a by convie! al hough ; here
a re fourteen pr oners to every <-'n
in ? - ' ' it im Since last
. igl t'a lire certain prison officiais sus
i .-? more $: ri>ir::: -, thai ? ver that in -
... a a. i ?m" tob .-.are. and a sea i chi riy.
investigation is in prospect. Superin?
tendent Bat ' tii'aii, however, said in- be?
lieved the lire: were accidental.
f\I?i? 1 Airplane Kills Boy
in Landing at ?Newark
Michael Viola, ?- v year.-- old, of New
... ,- a ? i- ii d ii Rtantly y esterdny at
Holier Field, Newark, by oik- of the
i . u i v. r ei rr ' ?' Ma rt : n mai i airplane.1
! i.. w .; sti lie ? by one of the propellers
a-- the ! n rge mach 're was landii ?a
Il deat h wus laid to insufficient po
cing ?i i rangements at t he field, w Inch
i? -.. be the Kastern terminal of the
, rial mail ? ? r. ice beginning nexl
Only two policemen were on
duty at the ! eld at the ; ime of the ac?
The arrplane was piloted by Walter
?i. Stevens. Two other aviators and a
mechanic w< re pa song? rs, One of the
p ot -. Frederick S. Robi Hard, h id jus!
cornpl? ted a uoi stop fl ight from Wash
h gton to Belmonl Park, L. I., with G3 t
nds of mail in om of the recon?
structed De Haviland planes with two
.... ?nos. He made the tl c?a from
Washington to N'ew York in otic hour
ami thirty-four minutes.
Starves to Death Saving
Somewhere in Russia a mother and
1 , r three children are awaiting the re?
turn of a ! us) ' !:,i ': '' father who left
their: several years ago to acquire
wealth in America. He will never go
Frank Zabielski made the journey
half-way around the world in his quest
for a fortune. He had been living in
a ?mall ba lern? nt room at Is Charlton
Street, Newark, N. J., working hard
and skimping and saving. His bank
hooks show a balance of $1,125 in one
I ank ar I $925 n another, But he is
dead. He died last Sunday night it)
the City Hospital, Newark, and his
malady puzzled the physic ms until
County Physician Warren made his re?
port yesterday. ,.
Starvation killed Zabielski, the
physician said. Mrs. Rachel Lippen,
of 121 Morton Street, Newark, to whom
Zabielski had entrusted the care of
his hack books, said he told her- he
? a i saving money to uike back to
JoUlcst matines in New York to-da?
?t the StiliW?N THKATRK.-AUvL
Deposed Commissioner of
Markets Calls Dylan a
Hypocrite and Charges
rood Sale Graft Scheme
Says Deputy Smith
Alderman to Ask Inquiry ;
former Aid Laughs at
Allegations of Chief
Dr. Jonathan ('. Dav. Commissioner
of Public Markets, was removed from
offi? ?' .. esterday by Mayor Hylan In
a letter dispatched to the Mayor last
nighl ? deposed commission? r told
the Mayor he was preparing to expose
Hylan':* "unfaithfulness and hypocrisy,"
"I reali e now aftei mj bi ief ex
'" rience in office that 1 was not ex?
pected by you and some of your inti?
mai advisers to serve the public, but
that I was expected to be a catspaw
for selfisl . base and sordid scheme ?
!a inquiry into charges by Dr Hay
thai William \V. Smith, whom Dr. Day
rei oved on Monda?, a deputy corn
mi oner, had approached him with a
schi - to divide surplus money from
the sale of army food, possibly svill be
conducted A the Board of Aldermen.
Alderman Jacob W. Friedman said ?ast
night he would introduce a resolution
Mulry \cting Commissioner
When Dr. Day arrived at his office
yesterday morning he found a letter
from the Mayor informing him that
si rvices no longer were required.
SI ? it',;, afterward the Mayor announced
the appointment of Deputy Commis
William P. Mulry, the only
nal deputy of the department in
this administration, to the Acting
Commissionership. Mr, Mulry lives
at ~A Parkside Avena?'. Brooklyn.
In discussing his dismissal yester?
day, Dr. Day said thai it came "after
a long series of differences between
myself, Commissioner of Accounts
Hirshfield and Deputy Markets Com?
missioners O'Mallcy .and Smith." He
added thai on November 28 he had
written to the Mayor, asking what dis?
position the latter had made of charges
brought by former Senator William M.
Bennett against Dr. Dav and heard by
Mr. Hirshfield. He/ said thai the
Mayor had replied by lettei that it
would take at least ten ?lays to sift the
ma of test imony.
Says Smith Proposed "Divvy"
Dr. Day said that this reply vas dc
?ivered to 1 m on Monday, shortly after
he had written to the Mayor informing
him of the removal of Deputy < ommis?
sioner Smith. In this letter Dr. Day
told the Mayor he had dismissed Srnitn
be. use he had let O'Mallcy dictate to
I him. The Commissioner informed the
Mayor that Mr. Smith had come to him
with a proposition to divide between
? them the prolits derived from the sale
of $3,000,000 worth of army surplus
food to the public. Referring to this,
! Ir Hay's letter to the Mayor said :
"Smith said in substance about as
fol ruvs: 'Now, I want to talk to you >n
mother way. Forget that you are
Commissioner and that I am Deputy
i 'on mi - - iouei. I .el me talk to you as
13 :,'? Smith to John Day. There is go?
ing to be a who c loi vi money left
over from the sale of army foods and
w?' can have it among ourselves.'
*'! said to him : 'Who can have it ? It
?s my opinion that the employees, who
. have pul in long hours, and the volun?
teer: , who have put in long hours with?
out pay and who have destroyed cloth
: : . I ou d have whatever margin there
aft? ;? all obligations are paid to the
army, to labor and to trucking.'
Rejected Proposal. Says Day
?'lio said: '1 mean that we here
j in the office can divide it among our
| selves, h belongs to us if it belongs
I to anybody.' My reply was: 'You
cannot divide a 5-cent piece with me
or among ourselves.' Then 1 said to
him: 'Did O'Malley send you to me
? , .;. thai ?' H?' said: 'Yes, but do
not bring me into it if you lava any?
more ' rouble with O'Malley.' "
Dr. Day also charged Mr. Smith with
transferring $110,000, held jointly by
I Smith and O'Malley, from the Public
? National Hank to the Greenpoint Na?
tional Hank. This money was part of
: the profits, Dr. Day said 'esterday,
and was not supposed to be removed
except with the consent of Corpora?
tion Counsel Harta whose consent had
not been obtained, Dr. Day also made
publie yesterday his letter to Mr.
Smith calling for the Hitter's resigna?
tion because of the transfer of this
The clergyman alleged, in discussing
Mr. O'Malley's removal, which became
effective October 14, that the former
deputy had profiteered in the sale of
army "foodstuffs to the public. He de?
clared that, although Mr. O'Malley had
agreed to hold the city's margins to
two cents t>n a pound or can, the prices
had h? ?'n raised three cents and in
some instances seven cents.
Charges Deception by O'Malley
About $.'300,000 is now on deposit,
the ousted commissioner said, repre?
senting th?' profit on these sales. The
creation of this large surplus. Dr. Day
charged, was "the result of the direct
deception on the part of Mr. O'Malley."
Mr. O'Malley. in discussng these
charges last night, asked to be per
Continue'd on page six
Missouri He present at i re
Accepts Cabinet Place
as lied field" s Successor
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. Joshua Wil?
lis Alexander, of Gallatin, Mo., Rep?
resentative in Congress, lias been se
lected by President Wilson t.. be Sec?
retary of Commerce, succeeding Will?
iam C. Redlich!.
Representative Alexander was ten?
dered the appointment shortly before
noon to-day by Secretary Tumulty,
win, said '.lie President was insistent
thai he accept the post. Mr. Alex
lllldei said he war reluctant t.. leave
Congress, hut. that he would resign
as soon as his nomination had been
confirmed by the Senate.
Mr. Alexander has served contin?
uously in Congress -nice 1904, having
resigned in Cue middle of a six-year
term as judge (A the seventh Judicial
Circuit of Ai---(.ui; !<? take his .-eat.
I!.- has beet, in public life since 1876,
when lie was elected Public Adminis?
trator a' Gallatin, Mo.
Mr. Alexander is sixty-seven years
old and was born in Cincinna! i
Of Art To Be
Gift to Public
?Mansion on Filth Avenue in
Which Priceless Colin
lion I** Housed Designed
to Serve a- a Museum
I ? ?? prh ate ai" collect ion of llei r>
C. Prick, the circumstances of whose
death yesterday are told elsewhere in
The Tribune, is reputed to be one
of the rarest in the world. Together
with his beautiful home at Fifth Ave?
nue and Seventieth Street it will ulti
inately, under the terms of his will
become a public art gallery. Whethei
: he beque ?t ;-; i o he made t o t he citj
or to the state is to be determine?!
Aftei .!. Pierpont More,?., ,i ,,;
1313 Mr. Prick became ki own in ai I
circles ;?s this country's mosl arden!
and painstaking collector. He spare?
neither time nor energj in obtainiiif
?'or his home the choice I of old i
? ?rpieces, He i; said to have expende?
many millions to satisfy his hobhj
Hi- home, buill on the sit? of the oh
| As tor Library, was designed with i
view to its conversion into a puhli?
museum. i' was erected under per
rama! direction of Mr. Frick by Carrer?
A- Hastings, the architi et a and -:
?Charles Allen, an English .-??.per'. Thi
purpose was to give th? art colled ...
a setting not so much like that of ?
I gallery as private rooms when ? isitoi
might feel at home.
Women Planned Decorations
The interior decorations were di
voetod by Mrs. Frick and Miss Helei
Frick. \\y^. Prick's boudoir on tin
second floor, with its panels paintei
by Bom her, its exquisite furnitur.
and its Sevi e ; vase -, is one of I In
?most beautiful rooms; in any privat
Although he began collecting thirt;
years ago, it was not until recent yeai
that Mr. Friert, with the help of Si
Joseph Duveen, who ransacked liar.!.
in his patron'- behalf, was able t.. ad.
i to his treasure- many famous work
from the old world galleries, The re
suit has been a collection, rivaled onl
by the Widener ga!ler> in Philad? lull
Prominent among the paintings ar
those from the Italian school, which in
elude two portraits by Titian and Bel
inn's celebrated "St, Francis in th
Desert." His Spanish pictures are b
Goya, Velasquez and Greco, winch tori
a triumphant trio at one end of th
gallery. The Dutch school is saper!.;
represented. Rembrandt is conspicu
ous with his "Polish Horseman' ar.
the well known parir?n of the painte
himself from Lord Ilch? ?tor's colle?
lion, The Van Dyck portraits includ
such pieces as the Unke of A'oercorn'
"Portrait of a Lady" and Loid < ?arer
don's group of "The Karl of Derby an
Three Vermeers in Collection
Three Vermeers cor: trate the gci
of the Dutch collection. They arc "Th
Music Lesson," "The Soldier and th
Laughing Girls" and "Tire Love Letter
the last of which was obtained a fc
weeks ago from a private collection i
, Tiie drawing room of the Frick horn
'? contain- the famous set of pictures i
Fragonard, formerly the gems of tli
Morgan collection. It is known tin
Mr. Frick paid $1,250,000 for tin -.
For the modern school Mr. Fric
showed enthusiasm. His latest pu
chase included the Whistler portrah
from the Richard Canfield collect am.
From the Morgan collection Mr. Frit
obtained beautiful Italian bronze
a famous set of black hawthorn Ch
nese porcelains and splendid Limog?
. enamels. He als.? possessed sever
busts by the French sculptor Houdc
and some magnificent Renaissan?
furniture from the Chabriercs-Arl?
Proud to Show Treasure*
Mr. Frick was always "at home" evi
to strangers who came to view his a
treasures. It was said he frequent
would inconvenience his family or i
terrupt a reception to show his gei
to persons who evinced enthusias
Art experts acquainted with th? ci
lection would not hazard a guess as
the value of the collection. "It
worth many, many million-." said 01
"Mr. Frick was a student and lov
of art," said Judge E. H. Gary. "I
the use of patience, thought and lar
sums of money he form. .1 one of t
finest collections in existence."
'The story of the death of Mr. Fri
land an account of hi* life is on pa
Republicans Indorse the
General for Presidency; ?
Want Hay Stale Cover-1
nor as Kummi" Mate
W il son Favored
luv Third Term
Democrats for Him it* He
Will Run; \onpartisan
League Outlines \inis
PI ER RE, S. D . Dec. 73 Majoi ? I. i
eral 1 eonard Wood ?as indorsed foi
lJ'"< i?lcn of the I nit? cl States to night
?? the Republican State Convention
' ??' ?? up rited -tau ??le. in w hieb Gov
??? : ' Prank ' ? I.owden of lllii oi cam?
0 it econd 1 est,
VA lo the Republicans were meeting
? ? ? ' : ' ? ? chan bet* a* ( he - t?te
? at- tal the Democratic State Conven
o n the opposite chamber indorsed
Pre: d? nl Wil ?on l'or a third term b>
i man in o us *. ote.
1 'ml? the Richards state primary
iv *: ? mint y egates en it their
v ot? on ; he ba ? : - of their \ ot ing
Irei -' * nl ' lie . ist t; te electioi ai d
h ma ?ritv wa neci sarv to indoi i ?
nom ' ate VV.i r? ceived 28 f>?H) vote
and I.owd? n k"I i ">, Il3i. The : ece - ary
majority was :'.">..>"? >?.
The Republ ica : eonvention :?? a >
1 a rued into ?i turbulent session I; to to
a p.- a. : y one faction halted a roll call
on Presidential indorsement and urged
dial the county delegations withhold
their votes on thai question. After
tl move was defeated the supporters
of I his a'aa. V . ?? ,'?'?? e'fl -A a - ailti
Wood delegates, swung their strength
i" I.? w.l. II.
Th? Republi a*: ? then quickly in
don i i (Joven or f'al\ i Coolidge ol
Uassnchuset Is for th. \ ice-Pi e idei
? .. - omination. Coolidge receh ed a
h.eav .' m ajority . A I <? ; scat I ering votes
a. ere ?a ?I for Tl .lore Rooso\ ??;*. Sen ?
itoi Hiram \V. Johnson and Henry Al?
ien, of Kansas. The I h?mocrats in?
dorsed \ c. Pr? de n Marsl all for ?
ti ird ?-: ? " ho candidate."
(?overnor Candidate for Senate
?, ivei nor P. 1er Norbeck was nomi?
nated for Unit? -1 States Sem tor by the
Republicans to oppose Senator Ed. S.
.Join on, who wa? renom i na I ed by
the Democrats. Both conventions then
took up I he wo i U of nominatini Coi
gressional and state tickets, and it was
doubtful whether either convention
?.* ou d come ' o a close until late ;<>
nijj hi. ?'? possibly to-morrow.
I he only ol he r Pr?s ident ?al pos si
bility ment oned al the Demo, ral ic con -
?, ent'ion wa Willian G. McAdoo. Af?
ter President Wilson was indors. I, a
delegate mo* cd : bal I;. i .?..?.?.: | ,, . :
dorse McAdoo it? I c ? ont thai Presi
dent W a ?; tlec ided not to be a cand :
date, bul the motion was ruled out of
The Republi? ai adopted their plat
I foi m at tin fon rama ?ess ion. The key
note of '!~'' Democratic platform was
permanent peace a nder : hi I. ague of
nations. The paramount sue of th?
Rep ibl ?can resol it; ions wa A nu ri
League of Nations Indorsed
B? ' a ; art es i ndorsed t he league of
nat 1 he 1 lemocrats nun ?er\ edly
indorsed Pre ddei : Wil on and his ad
ministration and the league ?it' natioi -
covenant without amendments or res
,....- ?ns. I'he Repub cai - condem ned
! the Administration, but ?ndorsed the
en.. a., n ? ??'. ithout aniendn ent ?? but with
n sei ??! ions wh ich "v. ; Ii tend to *a f.
guard the ?nl egi ity of ? he nal ?on and
pre rv? I he Monroe Do? I rine "
i ?.rnor Ly : n J. Prazier of Non it
Dakota was ndor ed by the Nonparti
sa a Lea cue conv? ntion to-night as a
candidate for Pr??- don!. Senator Rob
? a ' La I'olletti ??' a - Jgg. - ted a , a ... n
didate for Vice-President, bul the con
vent ion decid? I nol to * ake aci io or
this ofl ce ! i m A y re i, of Perkins
? ? . ,s-a a ii . ?. d foi United
Stati ^ Scr.i tor and Mark I' Bat? a of
Li : cher, was nomii iti a for ? ?overnor.
A a ar* . I'nited States Se itor
Miles Po a A ? ; . of Wash igt? n, wa -
in the ci I ;? a h ?e name wh - not mi n ned
on t i ?- floor of : he c? nvent ?on, Poin
dex Ler's '. ieul - nanl i declare : he would
be in independent candi late At party
indoi emenl at the -*..*.- primaries n
March. 1 he can lidacy of Hiran V.
Johnson v as ndi rectly referred to by
a delegate, but Join son's name was i o
placed before th? com nl ton.
Tl ?- N npart ?san League plat form
asks for an eigl t -hour day for all la
hot- wit h i? fori y-four-hour \\ eek . the
Plun b pi.?:; of railway control ; the
right of all workei s l?.gani; - and
deal collectively; state terminal ele?
vators, packing plants, creameries and
sugar retineries; complete equality of
men an : " men a*, government atfai r .
and, declaring * hat 'he right o(^ free
sp.. and a free press an i right of
assemblage has been taken from them,
demand that the .--ame shall be re?
stored at once.
Cold Wave on Way Here
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. The first
cold wave of the wint? r will sweep
??vet* the sect ion east of the Missis i pp
Rive- v ?thin th ? next forty eight
hour-, A-> *'.'? ath r bureau ann tune. I
to-day and temperatures well below the
? isonal average will continue severa;
The wave is moving eastward .ana
ul hward from the upper Mis -- ?pp
Val ey, the great plain states and th ?
Rocky Mountain region, where th?
?.' -a* a- r . - intensely c??l?i for the
Charming, captivating comedy with ausic
, oow plaj Ins at th" Selwyn Theatre. ? Advt.
The Presiden t's Proposals
WASHINGTON, Pec 2.?President Wilson in his annual message
hi Congress, presented to-day, recommended
Establishment of a national budget system to assure wise and eco?
Reorganization of the revenue system, simplification of 'he income, and
excess profits provisions and consideration of lowered rates if business
activity is being hindered.
Readjustment of the tariff system ro open markets here for foreign
Recognition ata! relief for soldiers, especially In grant ng farm land?
Protect ion of the dyestuffs and chemical industries to maintain Am? r
ica's independence of Germany.
Enlargement of the ran,: development program in recognitioi if ll ?
farmers' aid in the war.
Measures to reduce unrest by prosecution of radicals "who by violent
methods would abrogate our tim? tesl d institutions" und by lowering the
cos* of living.
Formulation of a program for in provement in the cond tions of -:
and the establishment of "genuine democratization of industry."
'/'/'(' President's message concluded:
"We can afford, in the mids? of this day of passion and unrest,
self-contained and sine. The instrument of c I ref? rru in America is th?
ballot. The road to economic and social reform m America is 'he straigh
road of justice to all classes and conditions of men. Mer. have hut to
fallow this road to realize th-' full fru tion of their objects and purposes
Let those beware who would take the shorter roud if disorder and revolu?
tion. The right road .< the road of ?ustice and orderly process."
By \ o?unteers
Second Da) of Slate Opera
lion Proves Plan Suc?
cess: Fuel Famine in \ f>
To\iiis 41 reach Kei ?excel
pe nl Con-f -,....
!<'. EKA, Ran., D. c 3' G iv? n or
Mien' -. ? mteer are y 0f ? . tiers
made tl.teran pi nduc . I ? ?
Pit tsburg fields take off their hats to
' ?g! '? " hen ?I was ad nitted that m ire
coal had been produced from the nine
mine- in operation than ever were sent
to the scales from the same properties
in v. '. er a:..'Ac-, In add I ?01 to i
ning the admission that the state plan
had proved ; iccessful in the ? > coi !
da; of t?te receiversh ip operat ion the
Governor overcame established convic
' ions that ' he m ine - could not be
worked ?ucees ?f illy wit hout ( xper -
? ci I mei rhe enthusiasm and spi ri
of he c.>!ieee men, farmers and truck
drivers, hacke,i by the practical knowl?
edge .? F a f. -.'.- t ra ined men, m id? a new
i ecord r n ' he tii Id.
( iperat ion of t he ni i ne i op *ned to?
day in a heavy inowstorm and . ..
near-zero blizzard. Governor Allei
personally vi si i ed each ..-* the i ne
: : ' - - ,n i (i. reel ed : he distribu? oi oi
: hree I rai nloads of additional v n-31 r
who arrived this morning from T< pekn,
Kan-..;- City and Wichita. To i A '
coal had bec n ?hi pp? d to reliei i
: ? ... ixteen towns. Consignment
for Wednesday are expected al leas! to
tempo rar y i reak the di tress i ng i? u
Contempt Proceedings Suggested
Threat - of a t rnnsportat ion : ?
we ri overcome w h e i I h ? G o ve r n o i con
fe rred with ol?i? ils th ree of th? foui
rai!road-- " h ch handle the bulk of - .
tonna ge : rua, ? he :' eld. Tra ; : ere w ?
? h. eal ened to refuse the stat? mined
coal. Beh ind the act on state iffi i
pi ofessed : o see the ha nil ol tin ... ?
workers' officials, according ;? a state
ment by Riel urd -' Hani-, ins, AI on ;
(?enera!. In consequi nee, Hopki n -
threatened to t^r, y charges ; I
. ? i ' S ipremc Cou.th n d?
arm.,; that the mini vvorkei ' off i!
bo cited for contempt undei t! - r?
? ih ;?> .. rder. H.- n ay .. k ?? o foi
h;, oi dei from Jiulg? \ndersoi i h
,1 ianapol i . c ting the men ' : v ? il on
of ? e Pi dera! Court sti ke or. i ?
Receivers foi the tat?
... ping some of ; !.. : r ea rly plana for
handling workers Th a? changes - II
enable Late to employ a r. r? ate)
numb? :? of v? inteer
Thousands on Waiting List
.-...,,.- ,. thou -.. rai !-, a aiif arc on
t he wa it ng list, although ?? a I
? ra ns have been sent to I; c ii? tl v tl
men .vho arc anxious to a / coal. To
il a y i my men i n e to T o pe ka fron I ?
:'. ; m ?? and nearby, towns to vo uiteei
\ ea rly fortj men wai Led th? Stat u
House ill day foi lane? of I ran
? irtation. A dozen n? groe . who I tve
: foi er ce everj day unce
the Governors first ca 11. w ere In
again this morning and tl aft
i '.,. .. ;. ?? ' i-a-.. Wedi ?' ... ?
night oi a t rai n w hi. h w : ? I carry
negro \\ orkers to one of the negro
ran . :._? i imp ii Cherok e County
Pr?s ..?.-r.*. Jai.i ?ne r - -.- : ? ?.
rien each :. ight from t he Stat ?
Agi ?cultural < ' Hege, L?OO ' ul< ??' -
:\ : ch - titution hav? . rolled Th
i- in keeping vvi ;; I he ;cho ?l'a offer
of last ??? eek, Presid I But cher of
the Kan... a State Normal Se! .o
to-night asked permission to head ..
crow d of several hui ?: re I students w
want to prod Jce coal. In spite of I he
large numbei - of -? ider ? - enrol
only men trained in outdoor work are
ace. pted Mo re than ;. fty union men
were included in to-day's lists of vol?
Nebraska Heady to Help
Its Neighbors Dig i.otil
Spec al C n i? ???? ? ? ? ?? -
OMAHA. Dec. 2. A call for ?
teers to :?g coal for N'ebra -.a wi -
sued to-day by Governor McKelvie - f
t h> -ta'e. At least 12,01 0 /olunl ei
min? s are ex pect ed to ? ' by : o ?
m irrow i ight Tl e G ii ei nor t., :- ighi
telegraphed the Governors of Kan .-.
M a- s*ouri, Iowa and Colorado ? tf? ? g
the Nebraska contingent of m n
Heading * ho volunteer list are a i a i
r .- r of footba II players and ot he r at
letes from 'he University of Nebraska
and Creighton ' n vers ty, of Omaha.
The coal sit nation is ma le ni ire
serious by the fact that zero weather
prevails all the way from the Mi
River to the Rack;.- Mountains, an I t
night the temperatures rue forecast
to drop far below the zero point. A
heavy snow covers the entire stale.
This is the hardest cold spell for this
?season ever known in Nebraska.
Taken by (J. S.
To Save Fuel
Regional Direktor* Author?
ized to Cut Off Passen?
ger ?Trains; Bunkering of
Foreign Vessels Stopped
\\ ^SHINGTON, Dec. 2 Government
n gencies took rad ical mea sur? s to lay
o conserve the nal ioi 's dw ? dling - up
ply of coal '1 I " Fuel A.lmi ist '..' ??
. ?? 'ted thai aftei midi a*'1.' next 1 ri -
da; ' !.'- bunkeria. of foreign -hips ?n
A mei can ; arbor ? be stopped. Di re? I o ?
Gon?i 1 Hi?es of the rail ro id adm n ?
trati a nsl ruct ed regional dir. ctor ! to
coi - io passenger I ra n a thai - a i
be taken i *v vit h * * e least ?noon?, en
?ence to the public. Another curta i
ment measure was placing inland
waterways on th? same basis of coal
s upply as the rail roads.
?' e ord r of 1 ?irea*, oi Gei *ra] !! :.>?->
I " region;! '. dii ect ors ? is ma de pub] ??
: ving stat emeu * :
"With R view to ?lie further conser?
vai ? ? ?al a II regional dirci tors of
? -? ra : ?? i : adi irysi ral ion have been
. ted to re ew th. situ?t ion care
- : have beei luthorized
eliminate pa - tiger ' rain - thai cai be
spa r. a ?? ? ' ? . leas I ncon\ eniem - t
the t ibl c ?'
Dark Broadway Imminent
Su ei i many train . - ? : eel
pit within the nexi fev. days. Llectric
- giis along Broadway, New York, and
the darkening of the "Great \\ ; te
Way" is - ?. i * o be mminent. s
? o through it the country 5 pre?
In Chica ro to day regional off! : .. *
.. H -, u) ...... ,.; rits, employing
1.000 en, . | ?cago disti ct,
,. a n on than ; .<:l a 00 i the North?
western reg ?n, pro . . vou I shut
?o\x a a - . result of the adde i res! ra
tton o? i leliveries.
T. W. Pr re u coal chair
man of the N >r1 h v? I, a --?a ted there
Wei but -3,00o cars of ?a! iva able
?'. use ot i ,00 i,.I peo- ?? He
suggest! tl ' a ?" h -a tie neeessa : ?.
also private owners of the noi
? . to meet * '? e necessities.
The Soul - * regiona coa coi
.. ?- ?? ord. red thai ? ru i bou of
. ? ? durg uores, e *cept dr ..*
; to res, be restricted to a a m. to
p, m. Schools were ch ?d several
cities, among them ? eye n ne, VVyo.,
?? Spring!':? Ill, the lai ter city tin
?' J ihn !.. Lewis, '. ider of the
ting coal ners.
Kansas Only Bright Spot
. ? ? ? progress wa
. . . ; . . . : . trike, save that
'. ? inteer nnnei be) n to
duce coal I o! rel ieve th. rtag.
i nearby towns.
W rd cam? from Ii ? inapolis that
official of I Department fustic
ihoul ready i ' igainsl
trike ? i ''r v - .?' on of .1 udge
Anders * ' i but the i were
? i . - hat the government wa
.- any such porous action
against l . ? .. ir? pi :..-.
* ! i * a up The only offici a '? ?a! was
that ? . . was i waiting de
n or ? lal i
'?:? ?,*, the total of the coi re - ?
day oi last ? "A. but op?r?t ors and
thei *. atel ..- ? ? ill were told t; ??
m. *:..,' \ m
it ?? y- ill ?: ermined whet her pu lie
lei a ? nduce the striking
miners to resu me woi k,
Cognizan? wa takei here to
" ,: * a a* 11 1 ; * rike le . a-* s thai
t he anthracite mini rs ? re ready I n
ill ? it Frank - rrington, pr
of the 111 ii ? i miners, taid n ! ring
field, 111., to-day if the bitui
a r.er ; "ft ? 1 thei s? ? ?- ard pressed
th. antl rac *e a. ? era may dec le :
come to their aid."
How at Seconds Prediction
Last Monday Alexander Howat, pres?
ident of *; ?? Kansas miners, pi ed ict? d
thai the 3 1,000 aril racil mi ners of
P. nnsy Ivai ia wo ild be a n two days
: low ?-' r, the anthra? te mines are still
, or king, i I oil : I I ieve that they
coi nue pro I .
In carrying out Dr, Garfield's pro
: ra m for : ?-, m um use of local dis?
cretion in rationing ci il to meet erner
gencies ; c nstantly chang ng
- ons - - .. ?:? | ou?s regional co
? ttee oi lered late ?pen ng and eai ly
Io ng foi reta uo re - Kl sew, her?
-1 -i*.- and -a a:, icipal authorities I
m ai il ps to conserve diminishing
coal -.. ppl e}.
' ndei the fuel administrator's
Continued on page twenty-one
st Is Flea
President Wants \ction
to S mi huiu i; it" I fl
rest, hut [gnores Mex?
ico and A r m a in e n t
Asks Read justinent
Of Tariff Svstera
Aid for Ex-Soldiers and
New Revenue Measures
Among His Suggestions
WASHINGTON", Dee. 2. Y
dent Wilson to-d
:? ' ? - .:? : - annual i
pram ??: :'.'- ?.???? I ? I I ?
solution of pre ?
lems. 11 ? iid were
confined 1? n I 'onib:
rest. reduce th? cost ol ? ng ?
:;a- rev? acl
relat ions 1 et we? n
and brins* th?
? .. nal basis.
Tl e Pr?s ! '' ^
Mexic ai situai
........ |jc, .- |
! : le only p: . i
the failure of 1 ? ?
the treaty, in In
in returning to a pea w a?
part r< spo :ible for th< pi
rest. He pave no
t ions in handling
railroad | i -; lern, he -a d, w i
taken up in mot me
Reiterates OliJ Pleas
Consid?rai ? comn
by i he Pre -?dent's fai lure to :
these problen ?-.
members of hoth ho - -
the most pros i ..?: quest r
fore the government. Indeed,
be said that lii
spect aroused as nuicn in as
; he act ual proposals he did n ike.
Tl p President repeated many ree
ommei tioi o?Teivd :
session of ( '01 :.? t*e c ivened last
spring and irge I ?? nece -:'; of
acl i upon th? . ?'?....
are embodi id ?i egi ;lat on now
The Pesidcnl urged th?
tion ?A a bud
ing, howe\ er, thai - tiv<
should control it,
po ed applical toe
of i acli lion -c of Co c i
\va - aimed at ; !.. pre tern ? f
both house in of i
bi 11 s mak i i for
departments to nnutte?
r. i ? . , ned n ' ? * "
Applic itioi ?e imittee.
Causes Sharp Criticism
Thei e was I na
of this budget n
? r the day aft the ? cectil ??
partrn? 'Ara ?r prac?
tical lj el
: I a , ex t yea i '
pointed ou Lha i .
pa: d Lhrou
I ically there is a
. - ,
' . ... - :' '
taxes i :
r ? '
lit" 19111 ? " a
of 1 ?? : n
?mounts to il
joint ' if .-?..
?:nt A . ?
be paid - in 1
taxes ? ui
Ma\ Prevent Vn\ ? A?' ?fi -
T ? ; ' .
ng of i
tern ' ? ?
. ican !'. Win!
on the boi I - ng to
tax? s to -.3
n .? ;?-, r ?
want s ; he pre -?".' I ? ;*" ''!
the 1921 col lect on, howeve r, m - *?
i vent any change ?? ?-? -?-*????
u?e*, since the 1' moemtic l* *?ar?,