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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY; JANUARY &-1918: -
i BOAST OF
WHY THE RECENT FRIGHTFUL WEATHER?
(CoprrUht: 1918: Br John T. McCntcheen.1
STER-DAM. Jan. 8. We must
until the enemy accepts our con
is," declared Kins' Leopold of Ba
'. In a speech delivered on the
Ion of a celebration of his birth
dispatches received here today
ly we beat our latest enemy, the
leans," the King asserted, as he
1 for new efforts In the war.
le terms of our enemy are ex
ant," he continued. "We will not
up an Inch of German ground
oust try and safeguard our fron-
RICII. Jan. 8. "We must recog
only one principle, that might la
, and must know neither sentl
nor consideration of humanity
ompasslon," said General von
In a speech before the cons-rva-congress.
In which he declared
any must have Courland, Bel
, and northern France.
'MAN PAPERS FIND
LLOYD GEORGE WAR
IS IT MEANT TO HARDEN THE NATION FuR THE SEVERE SERVICE AHEAD?
rpBffy3B:T SSS!ljsWSB3BcrylP H
A BLIND EYE NO
OBSTACLE TO THIS
.If there be any who doubt the? pa
triotic state -of mind prevailing -nr
Vlscohsln.': they ave but to readxthe
following letter given 'to The"! Times
fby an 'army dltlcer,. who bad Just re
ceived it. It shows with, admirable
directness tne attitude, of millions of
Americans: , . -
La. Valle. Wle.;. 1212-1 7. . .
Uujtert States patrotlc , Service K
; . 'Bureaus VI
' Will you please Inform 'me lf
there is any way for me to enlist?
or1 get In United States service. v
My father and grandfather -were
I am thirty-nine years ofstge,
.-and am well and abls-bpdled.L-but
.have only one eye. ,Tam,bII0d Inr
my right,-iut J am prettyihandy
-. wth horses, and I am goodkjound
Ick or wounded.' " JjavcHltood--
nerves. .' .'""i'' '",, '-
I would like to do$ny)bitsome:
way, if there is any jihcrw. f'.am
" sJngTe, with no one '-depending
on me. Jow, If there la: any show
'.Tor' me please write and let tne
know what' to do. ' Voura 'truly,.
W. B. AtXBK.4 '
It. D. 5. La Valle, Wis.;
Care of Chet'Ciarle., ' . 'i
''- ' '-.
Just aboutUiree and a third years ago,
a famous comet appeared within our.
solar system. Interesting 'forJU history
and the great names Identified w(th It
At about that time the world was electri
fied by the news .of "a world conflict.
Today that same comet Is reappearing,
and talk of peace Ii3n the air. Govern
ments are telling the world through
their representatives what' their alms
find objects In the rar are all for the
I benefit of the enemy 'countries.
The comet is EhcJtVl, named "after the
-German scientist. Johann Franz Encke.
, Encke's comet Is supposed to have ap
peared, among many other times, about
the time of Julius Caesar's death; (B. C.
). and furnished Halley with the op-'
Jjortunlty to prove that comets revolve
around the sun In conic sections and are
controlled by the 'same fooe that con
trols planets. It Is named after Encke i -
because this astronomer determined It:,, wIth BTtA int..f h..,... e .t,.
orbit Backlund later discovered that tn .fl!., i V .. f ,h
Its .need waa .llh.lv eeel.,teH at each t?e?r'r that it carries a resisting me-
revolutlon or that, here must be some
resisting meaium .w 'OOTiouir system.
Las?' seen about time of out-
I break, of. the European' war.
supposed to have appeared dur
ing crlt-is?of-thIs country 1788
' Supposed to have appeared
about time of Julius Caesar's
death' 41 B. C.'
Halley proved- "by. U that comets
revolve around the sun.
Encke proved that some resist.
Ant" iriliuiSce' liiryur solar system
made the return of the comet
AS PROPHESJEff IN
"Encke's comet." said Prof. A. Hall,
of the United States ".Naval Observa
tory, "will be nearest the sun on
March 23 of thle'ycar. We will watch
OR DOES IT INDICATE THAT WINTER ti AS BECOME AN APOSTLE OF FRHiti-lf.uL.
MSTERDAM. Jan. 8 German
papers In further editorial com-
received here today find nothing
table to the central powers in
peeeh of Lloyd George delivered
e are unable to discover a word
e long statement which we must
t Is temperate and moderate.
'ylng an affirmative reply," the.
Frankfurter Zeltung character
trie address as "a new war
h," while the Jiorgen Post as-
te terms are such as only a vie
lare offer the vanquished. We
demonstrate we are the victors."
"H PRESIDENTAND HOUSE
ID CONGRATULATIONS TO
JYD GEORGE ON SPEECH
VDOK, Jan. 8. Both President Wll
utd CoL E. 1L Bouse, head of the
t rlcan mission to Europe, have
cablegrams congratulating Pre
Doyd George upon his great war
e Dally -Malfe political corre-
leat aald today:
he prime minister has received a
coraisJ telegram expressing the
ratulatlons of President Wilson
the American Government on his
alms speech. Warm approval and
latlc Indorsement are given to
policy and alms affirmed by Mr.
i Times states that Colonel
e'a message expresses" full agree
t with England's declaration of
What It Did
Opening of the Great Fight oh Railroad CentraMiltiBaturof
Railroads on CenssatMB It Mast Be Acceptable 'to Then
or They Will FiihY'iaWCourts "Lhre WirPatfiotisM and
Coal Prices Shoddy Woman Suffrage 04 Gis, (Hi, aad
Water Power The Presideat latencies. ; -, ;
s - 1
Br W. V. BYARS.
Tne issue of railroad control was since the abolition of alaverv L n
ulum with It as outlined by Encke
upon lta discovery In lS10.br Pom. Its
last .appearance" was Jh -September,
1914. Jiany of the. large observatories
probably wilt photograph it It is a
very famous body."
.'Encke's comet, said &ibt. Hall, ap
pears about every three and a half
years; and since the original deter
mination" of!ta orbit by Encke, In
1 'i. Vl PPeared and been noted
by astronomers wn'o "followed 'Encke's
ca!cnJtIans..T,r;is-auBposed tb be the
fara'ouscmtt'if'lTsa. V.necr- mn.
Je'ctUre as to the orbit was that this'
comet appeared in 1786.1789, and 1S0S,
and- that" It 'would- appear again In
1S32. IJIs figures proved to' be cor
rect to within vfev hours.
The comet cannot be seen with
the. .naked. eyp. unless, under: very exceptional-ctrenmstances,
prpf.Ha,.and was-first seen on De
cember 30,otl0i7,'ln fight ascension
22 hours, SO minutes. 33 seconds; de
clination: Uotth?3 tfeCreei.T7 minutes
and 33 seconds.
"The restoration of Palestine to"the
Jews as a nation Is a fulfUlrrferf of
prophecy, I believe." DMly Surida
told a Times reporter at hlshomt
In Wisconsin avenue this morning;'
"The teat of a prophecy In the'BBMe
la the fuiriirment thereof, and'. while'
I cannot say for certain, that-thai
restoration of Palestine was nrophe-.
sled by the Blbler still It fit'v, fulfil
a prophecy. .....
"I am not sure that the war was
prophesied by the Blblel'Thenear
est to a prophecy- that I can find- la.
.mo miui. Avrvtvijina; (oe $ is,t r
the Book of JIatthe'w 'JhersL. sljjil,,-.
be wars and rumors :of warr anxJjna;- r
tlons of men shall rise against each .
other. This' is the most horrible1
time that humanity has ever; passed:
through. It may be the preparation:- -for
a greater and more beautrruT r-
istence. but there Is ho propTiecy lit" '
the Bible that 1 know 6r 'which- for- '
tells these things; . "- r, -il e
"I believe' that to"e. restoraffdn-n"T" '
Palestine to the 3es was ro3 n
the only way that It .coutd .hi been1-'
oy snot ana shell. That jdlfty lowi. ,
down, thieving, 'sneaking nuaeh of,
cutthroat Turks woukl-, never-' Wi ,
restored Palestine to the -'Jew -oC-thelr
own free will. Js a. wortiJtr- -ful
thing for them as a nation. f.'Or.lfi-,
Inally it was their -Country? Jt-taa-been
taken away, from tbem-andmdV "
ther are to" recetvoittragaln-. :r
"I am glad. " ? ,": ' -r
-zzz -; ' .n c ,
UR DOES IT MEAN THAT A GERMAN SPY IS ATTACHED TO THE WEATHEA 8PXJLU?
tlons .upon Vkrainla, hoping to force
the Bolshevlkl government at I'etro
grad to accept their terms by effect
ing a separate agreement with the
Ukrainian government, according to
Information received here today from
The recognition by Germany of
Finland as a separate state Is expect
ed to be the forerunner of an attempt
by Germany to negotiate a separate
peace with the Finnish government.
I1MANY NOW AIMS
TO MAKE PEACE WITH
UKBA1N1A AND FINLAND
PENEtAOEU. Jan. S. The Ger-
peace envoys at Brest Litovsk
now concentrating their atten-
70 REMOVE DANDRUFF
"et a small bottle of Danderine
any drug store, pour a little
i your hand and rub writ
the scalp with the finger '
J. Br mornlnsr most. If nnt
of this awful scurf will have
appeared. Two or three appll
tons will destroy every bit of
idruff; atop scalp Itching, and
FOE TERMS FOR REMOVAL
OF WHITE SEA BLOCKADE
REFUSED BY RUSSIA
PETROGRAD, Jan. 8. Russias ad
miralty has refused to ratify the
agreement for removal of the block
ade In the White Sea. The German
conditions were declared unaccept
able. Before his departure for Breat
Lltovsk, Foreign Minister Trotsky
hld a long conference with Count
von Mlrbach, German envoy In Petro
grad, concerning Turkey's terms for
exchange of prisoners.
The Bolshevlkl have ordered a ii
will be seriously menaced. Dlspatchos
from Berlin by wa of Holland
Uay Indicated that a movement
this end directed against Fore'gn
Minister von Kuchlmann was defl- j
nitely tinder way. i
Observers here held that the Bol
shevlkl government had accomplish- I
ed at least one remaricabte turns: In I
the separate peace endeavors and
that was It had apparently Inspired j
the German liberals to a more fear-
less policy of opposition to the gov-1
German despotism Is too firmly
rooted In the Kaiser' empire to have I
It greatly affected by even a coalition 1 ,,
of all the liberal element but In the 1 Utterances of Mrs. George Nasrayth.
view here the feeds of discontent 1 tutor for Junior League of the N
agalnst autocracy have been sown tlonal American Woman S..fTrage As-
defined yesterday clearly enough to
show that it means a radical fight
in this Congress and afterward.
The, railroads will fight They
will fight as a unit They will not
fight Government control or "pos-,
session. II posession is inter
The railroads will not have their
own way In ertSer'Senate of House,
but In both therp may be a change In
existing party' alignment before the
fight la over.
The railroads will bo satisfied with
Sufficient COmninatfnn" nr1-- ,..
nretcd. hereafter to mean actual British svstom mntiflt . ...i. m.i.
uwncranip, uie iirui uiey. nave now is part or tielr patriotic ultimatum,
by the Russian attempts to break
down the wall of militarism.
soclatlon of the District, nave stirred
up a "pretty kettle of fish."
AUSTRIAN EMPEROR TO VISIT oorex" prtrs.MnV madl'ly
TURKISH SULTAN; TROTSKY .nd,ra.Ua0rre.u,f tTXlluL
ADDIlCC AT RPCCT.I ITflUCI torn by conMlctinK cmoloiis Mrs.
niiiiifk-o m wiil.wil.1i wiwi j;
HtfUBLIi; Uf- UMIAINt UUpatches today.
MAY BE RECOGNIZED I ALLIED PREMIERS SOON
BY FRENCH GOVERNMENT; T0 MEET T0 TALK 0VER
THEIR JOINT WAR AIMS
hM Gets Sick
ook at tongue! Then give
;rurt laxative for stomach,
myth s alleged to have iruide re
marks which tended to minimize the
AMSTERDAM, Jan. 8.-Emperort horror of tho methuds of the Ger-
Karl. of Austria-Hungary, is shortly n,n9- ana to n,lv'' compared UWm.
. ,.,i ..i.i, , ,, ,,i r t..- with tnorc or the Amerlr.-n. In the
to mak3 a isit to tho ui en or Tur- Tv.nir.i- ov.. --., ... -.., - -
I'hlilpplnrs. hbnlro gave eomf- Jdcas
key "on a political mission, Mennaion peace that rattled miiili cumni.nL
rect wire to Berlin frum Petrotirad i dispatches stated today. Mrs. .Nasmptji is tli- wlf.- iif a irun
to be prepared for speedier exchange Holl vikl Foreign Minister Trot-'high in the I'upI Adininitratlon, and
of messages. SK "as nrrivea at iireM-i-uovsK ana tne Junior Leaguers say that litis-
. 'peace u'cutlations are to be resumed band and lfi- ha.- collnborntr-U on
this nrtcnw.r.n. according to Berlin , two books on how tho world should tie
run and how peace should be brought
' Comes -Prom rtestoit.
Mrs. N'asmyth comes from Boston,
and has been tutoring the Junior
Leaguers, which is made up of many
of the younger set Alio have gone In
for education nlong political and Gov
ernmental procedure Hoer.
Many of them have resolved to
"never set foot in the clubhouse
again" If such opinions are voiced as
they assert were ulvcn them at a
regular meeting by Mrs. N'asmyth. Am
Indignation meeting was held this I
week, and the Junior Ieaguers took
their case to MUs WillarU. who is In
charge at the club house. Miss Wll-1
lard conferred with Mrs. Maude' Wood!
Parks an to tli" nqu.-( of the girls
that Mrs. Nanmytli withdraw us in
structor for the young wonifn.
Miss Elseman. the necretan of the
Junior Ieaguers, a uked by The
Times for a statemi-nt. She refused
to comment on the enuabblo beyond
saying she had suggested that a meet
ing be called to give Mm. N'asmyth a
Hiu Wlllard Stlrnr.
At the meeting of the Junior
Leaguers on Monday afternoon. Mis.
.opened involves no open stand now
against euner "ownersnip or possession.
They take the ground that tha
Government is in rjossession and
.....n.., H,v VMWn.U .w,l .W.,V.
uoimrcn yesteroay. Tnei are
going to ngnt for.peace and harmony,
arranged and fixed" on their own
definition of what Is "aufficleht," If
it is not snrtjclent, they expect to
go on Buffering and finally to be
PARIS. Jan. 8. What Is accepted
as a move on the part, of Prance to
recognlie all stable governments In
Russia whose co-operation will Insure
peace for the Russian people is the an
nouncement here today that recognition
will be given the new republic of Uk
raine. Prance has already recognized
the new government of Finland.
It Is unolflcially reportd that fourteen
provinces of Russia have, taken Mepi j
declare their Independence and s-t-t up
their ovin government. Through this'
course considerable Russian terntor
mav ultimately gain tne suppon or tne
PARIS. Jan. 7. An early confer
ence of the allied premiers was semi
officially reported today as likely to
be called very shortly.
Presumably such a conference will
decide the exact outline of a Joint r
statement of allied war alms.
BLOW AGAINST TURKS
California Syrup of Figs"
can't harm children and
they love it
. laxative today saves a sick
1 tomorrow. Children simplv
' not take the tlm from play
mpty their bowels, which be-
e clogged up with waste, liver
ii sluggish: stomach i-our.
-ok at the tongue, mothers! If
s ed or your child is listless,
j s, feverish, breath bad. restless,
'tin't eat heartily, full of cold or
r sore throat or any other chll-
e 'a ailment, give a teaspoonful
California Syrup of Figs." then
r t worry, because It Is perfectly
r nless. and in a few hours all
t constipation poison, sour bile
" fermenting waste will xently
J e out of the bowels, and you
, a well, playful child again. A
o oltgh "Inside cleansing" Is oft-
ir-s all that- Is necessary. It
i lid be the first treatment given
sware of counterfeit fig syrups.
a your druggist for a bottle of
" ilfornia Syrup of Figs." which
full directions for babies, chll
t of all ages and for grownups
I' nlr Printed on the bottle. Look
a fullr and see that It Is mnile
y he "California Fig Svrup Com I
BREAK BETWEEN BOLSHEVIK
AND GERMAN ENVOYS ONLY
JOKE, SAYS PARIS PAPER
PARIS. Jan. 8. The break between
the Bolshevik and German pcare en
voys at Brest-Lltovsk was only a
farce, and the negotiations for a sep-
arate peace will be renewed, accord
ing to dispatch printed by the So
cialist newspaper Liberie toda.
The source of the Information was
A Kurd offensive against the Turks
has been started by British expedi
tionary forces, accordlag to official
reports received today. In Arabia, In
the vicinity of Shahln. British troops
yesterday captured sixty-two Turks
and several guns, the entire force and
armament of Malnda.
and no,, longer, responsible for re
sults' except as they must answer to
the President and his representa
tives. The direct issue will be on the
question of compensation. As a re
sult, the railroads demand that this
compensation must be through
agreement, satisfactory to them, or
ei:e it must be decided by the courts,
This is an ultimatum. It means,
of course, that if thsy are not satis
fied 'outside the courts, they will
ficht. in. the courts with -all their
power to' block the entire nroirram
of "possession and control" as now
existine, or of possession and own
ership, if that is- substituted for pos
session ona control, iney win not
lichfdr oppose any method of orcr-
ation tnnucnt. necessary "to win the
- . , .u-vf . ntiutiiiL, miu not
they mean to 0. to their own full
len'jrth fn deraandinc a settlement of
their claims fully satisfactory to
Before the Senate Committee
on Interstate Commerce yesterday
Judf;e Alfred P. Thorn spoke as gen
eral counsel for the Railroad War
Roard committee. Representing the
railroads as a unit, he spoke with
dignity and restraint, but made no
effort to disguise their feelings of
GTspleasure -They are ready, he said,
lor -saennces wnicn can be legitl
By a Tote of 35 to 32, the Senate
yesterday passed the bill to disnnsn
of, by sale or lease, to private owners.
bow ail max are left of public. coal,
oil, gas, and other non-metallic min
eral lands. Senator. Borah defined
the resulting situation aa monopoly,
logical and Inevitable, in. spits of all
oaicauatuB, duui as l.miung tne
number of acres in ..a., single- lease
or sale. The Reed committee has
brought out hofact ..that, great
"trusts" reorganized without trouble
by substituting Interlocking stock
holdings for interlocking directorates
and holding companies. Under this
system, the attempt to limit owner
ship in single holdings as against
the Standard Oil Company Is absurd.
The bill as passed may- yet be
beaten. In lta present shape, it is
a bill for giving away nearly all that
the public has left of the vast min
eral wealth of the country. Ai pub
lic ownership now exists,''. It abol
The President has frtf?rened i
HANDLE NATIONAEI r
A new division was-created in" the.
Department at rLabor fpd'ajC to rjaye
supervision "of, . the national "jiiiixr "
problem, .involving mobll&aUoju of ,
3,000.000 (killed workera ferthe sb(.
and munition plants of the country--
The new organisation Is an- expert'
sion of the "United States ErnDlormehV
Service, which has hereioforVtbicS.
under the Immigration service,1- 'r . tM
John B. Densmore. solicitor of-Uie -j.
department, haa been appointed-ral-'r
tlonal labor director to head "th" a"eWVT
SAYSU C. IS HOME
t ' .
uMaiagigu police wumy weie u' . - - --,
able to furnish any Information Tchlefclerk ot"th. dVpm-.n
to William Warren Ball, arrested haa Deen appointed assistant: direetoT
charged with being a "dope" fiend In In charge of 'administrative' wo'rkV
Baitlmore and In Jail in that city to-CharIea T. Clayton la assistant dlreVj- -day
In default of a 1.000' boiir. He Jor..for upervIsIon of the field, orran
told the Baltimore police that he was r5'on;, ..... . K , '
from Washington, but the police here e Un,t'd,hSU4e,, ,P""lc, ,Bert
know nothing of him. Reserve and the Boys Working Re--
know, nothing or. him. . I serve wilt be a. part "of the new dl- r
Aa Orgaalsea CaaipeJarm. i vision. Support r Samuel Oompers-,
'Ball was' caught in the police drag-land the International offlcers1gf the "
net of Baltimore yesterday. An or-lb'f "de unIon18 h""leH p.fedged.fo
ganlxed' campaign to enforce the Har-
rison antl-narcotlc act la on In that nsmrtv n Ttmnm rwoirliri
Ullr and4 -numier oT arrests have miUlJlJi WEOl UlWjlPla
been made. I -, - ..
grains of morphine, a' hyperdermlcl HuCLf UUl UfoWlrlT
needle and ..he .regulation "dope"
Ball today was pleading for "just
one shot" and the Baltimore police
have called in a physician to pre
scribe for him. since, they say, his
condition Is pitiable.
Nervous and physical wrecks, by
their own admission, three "dope"
CHICAGO, Jan. S. The middle; westr
was digging itself qut today, -
Railroads were gradually warJetrfg
back to normaf schedules Inreru'fbsh
and street car linen were beginning' -to
operate, and business was'-reshm-lng
its usual trend followtngVthV
fiends were arrested by Policemen of , heaviest snow storm h the-hlstory
Baltimore. ThS3"6ht of the men of this section. Z .
aropSeajlhe synpahy of police offl- City officials estimated tha- the
ctaTs,.wBo are"; determined to stop 'blizzard cost. Chicago . alone, about
phy&clabs prescribing morphine, j 12,815,000, including loss of business
heroin, eocalne .ana strychnine to '. to mercnanis ana-iransporraiion com-
drugja'ddlcits. The .Federal authort-
tne water power situation. On his n? watt-wan dvjju-apu """
Initiative a committee Af fifteen will a,4.?Fel Pelmutr of vioiat
be organized in the RrftSeftZ " J "ri,0?,?.5.t: "i":
.miis.pnysicians o prascrtoo urugs oi
the Committee on. Inlerstite.i Com
merce, five from th Comraitten on
Agriculture, and five fronl the Com
mittee on Public Lands. With the
Shields bill pending, this is under
stood to mean "starting over and
PROTESTS TAKING OVER
OF GUARDS' ARMORY
GERMAN LIBERALS UNITED
FOR FIRST TIME; DARE THEY
ACT, IS THE BIG QUESTION
LONDON, Jan. S. Whether Ger
many's liberals, now for the first
time reported united In opposition
to the German government, will do
anything more than criticise autoc
racy's schemes of annexation con
cealed in the ltusso-Gerinan peace
negotiations, was the subject of wid
est speculation here today.
Proceedings at the main Reichstag
committee meetings of the past few
days, as passed by the German cen
sor, show that for onrc Majority
Socialist Leader Scheidemam. and
Minority Socialist Leader Haas- are
togethei In denouncing the govern
mint. Maximilian Harden, too, is ful
minating thunderous criticism for the
Brest-Lltvosk "concessions" an
nounced by Germany. If the f-cheMe-
mann group of near-liberals Joins
Protest was made today to the DIs
trirt Commissioners hy Capt- Wlnfleld
Jooes. serretarj of the National De
fense League and t-ruirman of the Na
tional Guard committee of the Chamber
of Comnx-rre, against taking over the
National Guard armory at 406 I, street
northwest for use of civil departments
of the Government
Captain Jones declares to take away
the armory will deal a severe blow at
the organization of a. District guard unit
to take the plac-e of the companies mus
tered Into the Federal service.
In a letter to the commissioners. Cap
tain Jones slatei the matter will be
taken up ultli members of Congress In
an endeavor to prevent the use of the
armory for any other purpose than tliat
for which it originally was Intended.
U-BOAT ARCH FIEND
'HONORED' BY KAISER
unjust Injury." the railroads mav
now bo understood as making their
point against "unlawful illegality."
Ready for "legitimate sacrifices,"
and pledging themselves to patriot
ism, tne railroads, as Judge ihom
spoke for them, are involved in the
most -monumental financial transac
tion that has occurred in the history
of mankind." They expect to be
They will oDpose the three-year
average. They will demand compen-
XNSsmytn aia not appear and at the I eoiio" iui utrai a raie to oe ueciueg
headquarters, on Rhodfj Island a rnue,!hy their earnings at the time pos.
Miss wniajji refund to maki. n state I session was taken, or as near as pos
ment. Another meintx r of the Junloi ; t-iblo to that time. They will oppose
League said: thp thirteenth section of the bill.
v go to our regular Monday under which control is made perma-
afternoon meetings to har about par-. pnr. , mines th hill ' ennoilo
llamentnry law Hiid things of that
kind. Wo are hsU-1 to prepare pub
llv speeches and to Ulsriibs public
questions. We do not go thern to
hear any one's prlvnti, opinion us to
the war or the Gerrnn'iis
"Everyone know where the oldr
organizations utands ii to Mr. Wil
son's suffrage policy nnl hts u;ir pol
Icy and we cannot alToril to have ny
thlnc construi-d as to li.iifni: the
sanrtlon of the organization that bor i resolution with powers of arbitra
tors on sucn taiK
that Mr. and
uortrt o,.iinn. held to be e.xclusivelv a judicial
I jhiwit. ami supreme toun. decisions
; t.rc cited in support of that theory.
;i uc legiii- ,r ?t m " - r
mately required." Ho emphasized AXi' t0?Vl.mqfi w J1
"legitimately." As the President ?? J?,'8lnt-Tolmf e pub-
himself. in his last messaee to Con- i- "i "" " mvoivea jn inese
gressl made a special noint airainst . lv conservauon measures" for oil,
"uniust -TnTlr, hp rnilrourlc motr
rent unless the bill is repealed or
amended after the war. Senators
Watson and Gallingcr introduced
amendments to section 13 yesterday.
As the railroads demand a settle
mont by consent, agreeable to them,
thoy ask a "tribunal" of some kind,
before resorting to the courts. This,
is forecast as a Senate commission,
or a commission provided bv iolnt
Twelve ski Jumpers, marooned at
Cary. III., where tbey were practic
ing for the championships late this
month, slid the thirty-five miter' to
Chicago on runners. - '
the narcotic type.-.oy reduction mem-,
od:.4nt It is stated that four or five!
physicians in Baltrmor are doing CPAMTCU EPftWnMTf1
"land office' business selling pre- 01111x011 CtUilUlJill
acrlptrans to -aope- users,
h talk. 1 have been told, tion, under the theory that Congress
1 Mr. Nasmyth spent four ),:ls nol thc judicial power to fix
lon- held to be e.xclusivelv a judicial
LA FOULETTE PROBE
AMSTERDAM. Jan. 8. Because he The nation and S-'enator Jlobert M.
lr .l,l.Uli an.Aner,can de; La Follettn of Wisconsin may learn
stroyer and fourteen merchantmen, roost 1.. .. . ...
of them en route from the United fitate, whether he has been guilty of ..lis-
to Italy arid France. Captain Kophamel. ' loyalty some time after the tvnr is'
I -boat commander, has been conferred
Tlin ,iiia haavln.. rf ,i.A U....
PUT OFF SIXTH TIME romni,i'c Itt: Smwe
aisit- . m."J -ii injlU PIUI.-I I LCI
Ihpir beginning at 10 o'clock Ibis
rooming. Ono of the questions to
! thrpshotl out is of how fur txecu
II vi jiowor to Invest In new necurltles
nilElit be stretched to "refund" th
with the order pour le merite by the
" - " i iarr
completely wun tne raaicais tne gov- ,t u mM ,,( Kophamel brought back
mn-e majority in the Ile,--h-'tagitWCnt-lwo tons of corpcr aa fcottt.
over, if the wr lasts long enouch. ' -re oiustanaing Donaea indeuted-
Thn .senate Privileges and Klertlons "PBB" FtlDSIUUtlng UOVernment bonds.
Committee today postponed It s in or their equivalent, for all existing
vestlgatlon into lua alleged seditious i railroad "securities." There are
utterances ri the u.u tta 'scores of others. The greatest fight
gas, coal, and water power.
..,?.efor:.the s.nat .Committee on
Military Affairs, Winthrop L. Mar
vin, of Boston, was examined on thc
responsibility of volunteer experts
for putting 35 per cent of shoddy
Into army uniforms and 60 per cent
into overcoatn. As a volunteer ex
pert, heconsidereilt a measure of
8enator Sherman yesterday filed
for record and- publication a com
plete report of the-. East SU LouU
massacre and the proceedings of
Illinois against the criminals, it waa
made by Edward J, Drandage, attor
ney general of Illinois. It records
that in addition to the thirty-five
bodies of unidentified, negroes re
ported through the coroner's inves
tigation, negroes were burned In
their houseB after being drlvon back
Into them. The number of houses
thus burned is stated at "over 250.'
No one will know how many men.
women, and children were bun.ed In L
those 250 houses,' The -record Is of f
Incredible but actual atrocity. r.bow-1
Ing the meaning or what Herbert'
Spencer called the "recrudescence of
barbarism" wherever It develops. r
After listening to Me. Medill Mc
Cormlck on the war in Europe, the
House waa dispersed yesterday by i
Insistence on the point of "no
quorum." Etcept In listening to Mr.
McCormlck, It did nothing worth
JUST GETS HIS NAME IN.
Joe Bngeh the Washington boy
purchased from Buffalo by the Cin
cinnati Reds last season. Just man
aged to get his name lato the 1917
CRISIS BRINGS REVOLT
PARIS. Jan. S. Spain Is passuig
through another economic crisis, whitii
Is resultinr In a dlntlnct. revotuttnnair
records. He-ot one trial, being de- movement, according to dl; patches orlati
...... 1... h TJI-a,. fi A O Tl,., .. 1... ,1 ,.,, t V V
feated by the Pirates.. 8 to 0. That ed by the Matin today.
waa the only time Christy Mathewson j Establishment of martial law throurh
dared to use him In a regular contest, out the monarchy Is being considered,"
Children Cry for Fletcher's,
WON'T MI88 ALLEN MUCH.
The Boston BraVes are not likely
to miss FranTt Allen much In 131f.
Allen has announced his retirement
Last season he appeared In twent
nine games, pitched two .complete
contests, and I credited with but
three out of fourtesn victories. An
overage of 3.01 runs per game was
made off bis twirling
The Kind You Hare Always Boncbt has borne the aigna--ture
of Cha8. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his "
personal supervision for over 80 years:. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
'Just-as-eopd" are but experiments, and endanger th
health of Children Experience against Experiment.
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Sorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It contains neither,
plum. iOIorphine nor other narcotic fnsk.anco. For,
more' than thirty years it has been in constant use 1 or the
relief "of Consthiation. Flatulency, Wind Collo and. .
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by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the as
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Bears the Signature cf
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