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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1918.
GERMAN GOVERNMENT SHIPYARDS AT KIEL CLOSED BY STRIKE, i . . most rrobablo that they suffered somo lots." Permission was granted to-day to lUtc that American battone.s have twlco n recent nlshta barraged the Oerman linos. Ono of these was the occasion opoken of by tho Gnora,t. In the other It was not definitely es tablished whether the Hormans had left their own trenches. Five American aoldltrs have been killed by shells during tlio lust few days. tThls refers to casualties oc curring" previous to the attack of to-day. The only American officer Included In the list of recently wounded men Is Cftpt. Klnrman who was shot In the chest at cloo range by an Ameri can soldier, who mistook him for a Ilneha, In the, lllehL. Cant. Klilrmsn was crawllntr over No Man's LaniljJ1"- ' ("V ths Associated Press)-. In a night reconnolssanco and In tho i Hyewllncsscs of tho Italian attack darkness an American soldier on tho flrlnn step of tho trench thought ha might be an enemy. Discovering bis mistake, the noldlcr hurried out and helped crry tho wounded pillcer In. All the shells which claimed thrso victims exploded In trenches and sup . port arras. On of thoso killed was on Inter, preter an ox-cook at tho Hlackstone Hotel In Chicago. He wta accompanying a Colonel on an Inspection tour, of tho tienciira and was uiown up oy i sneii as no , food nf thrt vt'tv entranca to the Colonel's dugout Tho Colonel had lost rntrro.1 ,.n,tr rnnn.l. The Inter. preter was close behind and wus In tho act of descending tho stops whon struck. Tho Colonel riishnd up to And his companion dead. On one other recent occasion a I largo shell screamed through tho air and exploded In tho centre of a llttlo knot of Americans. Three wero Instantly killed and two wero wounded. This was several days ago. An ambulance was called. It rushed tho j wounded men six miles to the rear of the trenches, whero the field hos pital s located. One stretcher carried a soldier from Washington Btate, apparently about twenty ycura old. An opera tion was quickly decided upon. The soldier had a frightful shell wound In his abdomen. Despite every care, tho boy died within fifteen minutes after his arrival. Eurgoons placed this boy's be longings In an envelope for return to Ills parents. They Included three photographs. One was apparently that of a little titter of tho dead man. The girl wta lending three big horses to a drinking trough. Another American wildlor recently wounded was a sergeant from Win chester, Tcnn. Ho wa crawling In a shallow trench ut daylight when ho came within sight of an enemy anlpcr. Thi IJorhn promptly plugged him In tho shoulder. "The shot bowled mo over Into n deep water-fllled shell hole." tho ser geant mid to-day from his cot In the hospital. "My captain pulled ma out or I would have drowned. Tho mln Ut I got out I reached for my pistol, "but found my right urin wau helpless. Therefore. I turned my belt around .nd grabbed tho pistol with my loft band, "I wanted to get a revongo shot at that sniper, but I couldn't discover h!m. I'm nil light I'll bo b.ick In tho lino soon." n . .. ....... MJk I ll Itni'A htiin Dcvuilirrii iiitii, ii. . ........ wounded recently, but of these six were reported to havo auffurcd acci dental Injuries. Ono soldier from New York City emerged from tha trenches to-day with frostbitten feet und yet smiling through his mud-iaked hair. Til bot I'll catch the dickens for getting my feot froalod," ho said. "What's bc.-omu of nil thoo tobacco funds wo read about being inlsed all over the U. H. A, t For CSod'n sake, glvo a fellow a rlgiiette' I havvn't had a smoke In fifteen days!" The Cereal Food you should use these days is Grape-Nuts This food is a sugar saver contains over 10 nugar by weight not "put there," but developed in the mak ing from prime wheat and malted barley. Ready Cooked No Waste A food for the times RUSH IN THE DARK OPENED VICTORIOUS DRIVE OF ITALIANS bye-Witnesses of Great Hnlllc on Asiapo Plateau Tell Thrilling Story. ITALIAN' HUADQUAltTUItH IS' NOIITIIKILV ITALY, Wednesday, 0f tho last fatv days on tho Aelaajo I Mateau tell a story of thrilling In terest. 11 om their accounts It Bp pears that the first Italian rush was In tho darknesa at 3 o'clock Monday morning. Tho sleeping onoiny forces were taken completely by surprise. The Alplnl were In the thick of this flghtlnr and by daylight they had awrpt tho Oral lino tronches and had taken an old church which rormed a strateulo point In tho nmv li.,.. ... vigorously supporting the. heroin Has. LH li.. . V . tho height of Col Del Itosso three times against tho stubborn, desperate resistance of the enemy. Theso early movement wero a dl- version to screen the. min , tl0 rlffhti wt)RI(, n ,,oUo WHJ) vrfl, for tll0 domnaUn llclfnt of Ml)ntl, m Vft, ,,, moHt flhUng occnrrci, through Mondny nlghl and In tho cnrv .. ... -. ,,,.,. Arming troop, took tho eastern and western slopes, und by 11 o'clock Tuesday morning had cut their wuy to tno summit und woro establishing themselves firmly In dofinlto control of the key position, Ilnllnn AllnrW llrnke Unnn t'mler IVulon Flr, itars lUrlln. IMIULIN, Jan. .11 (via Indnn). Tho Italian uttaclci which wero J inuiiuiicu yesiuruuy against mo Austro-der.nan positions wou'hwest of Aslago, on the northern Italian front, broke down under tho Teutonic Arc, tho (lormun War Oinco an nounced to. day. In tho recent flghl Ing tho Austro-Oerman forcco In Crcavd '.liii number of prlaoiicis taken to mc.ro than COO. Italian Line Hllghtlr Adiant'cit, Hiilue Announces. IIOMK. Jan. 31 The Italians' new potlllon tat of the Franttla Valley on tho mountain front wus InipioveJ r. terday, tho War Odleo announced to-day. Tim line wa advaprott slightly north rust of Co) Del Homo. CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS. With en c!iio;m Unn rrnim clotr, Sit III'. If" Utt. cVt't. Aliu rtiilmcrt . . , .m. i'r A JVuod Am. . . .tii. t'oit.ti oil... Ant. 111,1. 1 I,,.. Am. IntTtiAtliiiti!. h iii' IT' iw. A t a' J. a.i't 4 Sll t- 1 m. 3. HIS I', liw ai. lot ,n 411 t li'a ft U h- It. M'j 1 01 bC Mti '4 si 4-2 TON, 4 .-.0 nil XV t s 101 411 11, IMI. ai, I Am. 1 l,i ir.,,'l I . . - - n. i I. IAI I Ami Hied Fount. S m. T fi T ( llVi !;... Mi, .DI llU. Am, wnstn Co.. A '11 Ymc ... ArwcotuU lltntnf.. ... T . M .. , I ' ttiOf X ' W 1 ' ItAlL IUUli Uxomotli. MV, Halt. & Ohio .... 32 I kUi. nUtti hi ii-Ui etl It ft"' ll'kliu IU,i l-rinilt i 411 nun & wuwriur. . iyt 4iivlkn IVItla . . 4u, J ; 6l'a 1- I'l lt (1k. ,v lyttlo ., 1 iii.. .41 Ut ! 1H 41U 4- 1', .riiW . II, 1 4 1'. 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I -Pullman I'd, Oar. , Hay ( ot t',air, , , I lir Hi Ml s.irtni... HIS a., :T 111 la iWi 4- ' 7u 4, 'JS as 1 K?'i 4. - H3 t ,'1 llU-aitlia . I,' Hn! ' hlvUlt rt.l . ... I ft. MiitlHiil . , . fvniltuaii I'arino... s.gitxn lUilaa , H L a H. V. ... MiliV-WIrt f . .. Trill, f'on A- 1l. livo ('Xiunj ... l"a.'.fk li -.o Prxiuwi. . I ' u 1 1 0.1 rtfir MuiM t u.tnl Fntlt ?5! 00 fntm I'icUIc .... 119. f Ii.lm. Aloiol lllS'i 1"2 4 li; I M huxky .... .10 'a I". H Nwl .... t'h a m .. ii.'fa l lali i-.-i.T . . . Mli Wnha,l i.f A .. ,. 4'.'H W i: ij )l . . 4'.' W.i I'nWm 1VI. Wlla.n K Co. ..... M' 81: iij'., li'a .lit, 14, is l; H 'a -' SS 43 4 , 4i'. j; M 4 5(5 IV -i 1'. 1 lll)a uiTIu.l vl iv'a Ea-MtidKXI. Tula), i,SW. NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE Opao. Hull. Iin 1.441 March Sll i I Sll t so ,', so.;; J5.8. JS.Jk 28.70 :0.19 !5 ii :il.63 if J7 S9 31 isl'l 14 IJ-'A - 6; Major lUn. Sir Henry Hushes Wllaon i 's Hub-Chief of Staff. t his left. (Ion. M!k 0 UVa t t'llllllsa and Oen J'erhin weio In fuml u il'n ll 4 a " ut lhe l"l'0f' Orland0' tlie Aui..; ? IS I.:f? ;??nlfron. a height of :,W feet. Tlio m lUeceinbe, .... .27,75 VAt I7.M H.fT .Market closed n.vy. up , ,o o points. FRENCH TEACH Tho hand grenade Is one of the mn.n Impoitant wraponi In winning 1 ' ,S?"Ji 1illUli(fi . fWmUkAm yMU I1"""1"1 t,'l" ,ho Teutons, and American Hoops will know Jmit how to '"'"'Iln them hctl tliey net to the other side. This French oHlccr Is tu.ich- Inr hlit Al.n rlrn.i mil, II. ihn nrnnnr wn v ,,t linrllrifr li.. m Min.lo.. 1 A j'jCrt.TCVCl VAJM!TrnW& J'Tr- I lllli llUIULI LlliL UU.UUT LUnULU THA. PiDC CTiiim nw MAHTIAL LAW IN CITIES; SWEARS HEHNIG'S linn hi I uiiiuuiinuj uniiu uimlllu u i unnn nnnnnnn mi 7 MUD V ) I I I 1M nnu nnflnmni ATrn I BUT MORE VIOLENT RAILWAYS IN EAST ZtVSy. auw iwwtolaiijj Forces Opposed to Each Olhei Evenly Balanced and Cas ualties Arc Many. LONDON, Jan. 31. Finland Is en- , lhtnwh (l McU, rcvoiuOI1 ,, liar In r.lms to tho November revolu tion In l'otrogrod. eoyi tho Potrngiad corresjiondenl of tho Dally News In describing tho Finnish situation. Tho forces opposed to each other In Fin land, howotri, nro wry cqiLillv bil Miced, ho nddc. nnd a ronip.uiittvoly pillules lovdlutlou, like that imnlicl throne, by tho Itusslan lloIailtu-t!l. Is unlikely. Tho latest advices from l'otroBiI urn of conllniiixl lli?hllnp nnd dlsnr derH In Finland, but tho destruction of telegraph nnd toleiihono Unci! In pre vcntlnn inuoli nuwa front comliib' throiiffh. Tho mciuheis of the Finnish Hen. nte nro said to havo taken refuge in Vac 11. Ueyond preparing; to send fiwdlsh warships to tako out any endangered Hwedlsli Mibjeets, isweden seems ut present to cnntemplnto no Interfcr imeo In Finnish alfulrfi, but the situ ut Inn Is nn?;i;:lu;f tho clusent attontlon or the .Swi'.liiih lluvcrnnicnt. The CoiuuIb at Ilclslncfors of tho candlnuviun natlonH uro nrrnngliiK for u special train to roniovo their countiynien from Finland. ilTOCKHOMI, Jan. II. All Is aulet ut llelsiiiKfurs, u despatch from that city reports, but IIkIiUhk Is under way ut other1 points In Finland be. tween tho Hod Ounrd, which Is sup porting tho rovolutlon nnd the Whlto Ciuard, which Is upholdtus tlio Finnish (luvernment. In Dglitlne Tuesday near Kanmrrc station tho Hed Guard lost 57 killed and 1:7 Injured, ivlitlo tlio White ;iuiird lost only 8 killed and 1 tvouuded. COl'KMIAOKN, Jan. SI.-The Finnish Uovornmcnt Icadois hoo escaped toward Tnmmcrforia, whtro tho army l. now concentrating, nc- cordlng to dcupatchcj rucclvod here to-dn. PERSHING AND BUSS AT GREAT WAR COUNCIL Clemenceau, Lloyd George Or laiklo and Other Notables in Attendance. Vi:riflAIl.I.)33. trance. Jun, St. 0n. TeraliliiK attended veaterdav' meetlna of the Supreme War Council here, to aetliiT nilh Oen. Taskei II. Illltn, the Clilif of Htaff of the Ainnrlcan Army. I'rcmUr Cleiiienceau presided. Ocn. I'rtaln. Gen. Foch and 0n. Wetcand sat at tho I'rcmler's left David Moid (J.ofae tiud tlcn. Sir William It. Hubett- SOIl. I 11HT HI inr tjriifiui riau. nnu (umt the Italian Premier: Huron Honntno. Julian FoulKii Mlntiler. snd Cell. Cudunia bo- fide Hi cut at the left. Tno Army .ttliilnria Killed In Co). Iltlnn. HOCSTON, Tex., Jan. 51. Kdwln 1). Jnines of Toledo. O., and Cail H. Mather of Pawjiaw, Mich., ISucond Lleulenants of tlio First 8Uadron, Klllnirton Field, wero killed yesterday when tho airplanes In which tlmy wor llylnc collided head on and fell J im ma. I Xfl ,i "LlT.l MiriWmM V; maDiUd. U. S. SOLDIERS HOW TO TAKE TRENCHES Reports to Director Smith Show Great Freight Tie-Up Is Still Unbroken. Freight trsdlc on all the lines un der tho supervision of A. It. Hinlth, Director of Kastcrn ttnllrnnds, are tt 1 II grently hampered and In somt olacra almost tmralyxrd. according lo icpoitj sent to him to-day by the presidents of tho IJaslem railroads, Tlie IVnnsylvanla tysteni Is working ut 40 per cent, under normal opacity 1 "" ' " cu"mlJ' In the Pittsburgh BMnwoy district lco KvrgoM on tho Monon'iihela lllver have backed water across the tracks. , , , . . , Everywhere a.ldrd forces of work-1 men arc discing Into the drifts and idow pioR.-ess at rehabilitation of tho trnffle ways is reported, Ixiaded cars stall"d bolh by weather rondltlons and freight con pestlon In ull tho territory under Hmith'H supervision numlicml i0.30l j men's und Sailors' Councils in itui. to-d.ty. Tills la an Inercaso of 1,031 over yesterday's repot t. C.istbound The military authorities In the "empties" aro tied up to tho number 1 Herlin dlstilct. nccordlnif to thu Her. of P.S0G eari. which represents 11 ik- llu correspondent of tho Copenhocon rreiioe of 395 over yesterday. West- politlkcn h.no prohibited oil meet bound "empties" numbered 30,010 ns.lnrjH convened to dlscuxi public nfi.iinsl 3i,902 ycstirday. In west- bound loaded cars tied up thero wan a decrriiso of 2.0D9 over yesterday's IlKiirrs. It was reported from Chicago that "17 cars of llvostoek, ilressisl me.its nnd porlshablo foods were started eastward yesterday. All cnmicttlon of flour shipments oul of Chlcajfi) bus been clouted up. EHRIGHT PASSES UPCHANCE TO MAKE HIMSELF CAPTAIN Mncli Red Taps Would" he Don: II. Uut Coniniibioncr Ciivcs N'.icancy to Another. Police rvrnmtilonr Unrlicht passed up a olnince to promote hlninelf lu-day. For be It remembered, CoinniUslotier though he Im for tho time bi'liiB. tlio polltxi rank lie retalna on leave of ub- cneo and to wlilch hi) ulll return Vilien ho nulls I't'liik' CominUelonfr, Is that of lieutenant. "Capt. Hdward C. Ilarnott of thu WjJioflcKl Htatlon was 1 allied to-day for pli. ileal dlxiiblllty, nnd thi vacancy oniitd have been made l.'nright's liy a lot of red lipo. He would have had to rcslirn ti-mtiorarlly as CuinniUsloner, beeomo temporarily an active Lieuten ant nijalii, and leeelve the captaincy ut tho hands of 11 tfiiiimiarily ap pointed new Commissioner. It could Have been done. Hut UnrUht Juat IniiKhed at the aui;. tiPitlon and made a Captain of l.teut. John S. Itoulh und lull him In coin. mand of the Aiscnul st Central Pink. ITEMS FOR INVESTORS. ISavui'.n Arms Coiiipany Yoar ended Dim. 31 .ttrilHIlCrt llftt-r liri furrril .11.1. dlid, JI,43,0Ca, ritual tu J15.I2 u shuic on eoniiiiuu stock. Itdporls of Clam First ll.illronds for Novrmbor Thoso hnvlnc uiiiiuaj uroas rivi'htii's of ll.wo.uoo or tnont ho' (jross it'Vtfiuie IlicKMscd l3I,:50,2Sfl and mil decreased, I21,IJ2,H!1: eleven liiontht' net decreased, 112,971,317. It. V. Coodrlcli fotiipiiny repoit JM 19 a shurii on common aloek In 1017 ajmn9t 113 7i In lilii: provision made Or ifiireineni or 9 turn fliariw of pro. u rieil and M'Kulur dlvidsnds derrnd lnternai.on.il nu kel Ceinp.inyr.e- Unilngs all.ihiM for common sioek'of ovents In the rest of the world, .'.'!,.ui' P'"'fd dvl.iids wns equal to 2.'..; lL" s.'m. 'ol' of iVl.." OII!IL 111 ULKIOTU (Continued from First 1'age.) !i, aks whether tho Ceitiians ought o luugll or cry Ttlillu bundicdo of ilioiihRndM of workers have left the fiictorli'.i tho Pru.sliin Diet should ho discussing such unimportant mattcix ,is whether tho Crown I'rlnco and llhrr l'rlnccH should bo life mcnibrrs of tho Upper Hoiiho. Tho utrlkeiM h:to tircsijiitetl tin ultimatum to the (lovernmont ilc- iiiindlng Ininiedliito nrgntintlon for ,i general pru'u on tho 1uh1s of mi nnncxntlons and no Indemnities, bet ter food and a number of electoral reforms. That tho aovernmpnt is disturbed la proved by tho Hupprci. sloti of nowspapers and Field Jlarshal , Hlndenburj'H warnlns that tho strike must stop. Yh(J lr,ho n0Vcment oml)raCM Government and prlvato ahlphulldlnir ,.HrilKi tl)P minc centres nnd mi- morous important factories In the lterlln' dlhtrlct. Thero is also news of tho formntlon of n Workmen's round! on the model of I ho Work 1 (iiiestlons as well tin workmen's meet- Inirs nnd demonstrations. Fifty thousand workmen have ceased work at Kiel. The striUt is now general in tho Chemnitz district, which is the most im portant industrial section in Sax ony. Fiolcl Marshal von Hinclon buru'o proclamation Appealing to tho workers to stop striking ap peared on all tho ttrcot corners of Berlin yesterday. Tho cessation of work in Ham burg is now virtually complete, accordion to a Daily Telegraph despatch from Rotterdam. Ths itriko has extended from ths Vul can Shipbuilding Works In Ham burg to tho works of Dlohm & Voss, another largo shipbuilding concern. These strikers also de mand an immediate psocs on the basis of no annexations and no indemnities. At ii merjlln? of tho llrrlln otrlkcru on. Wednesday, tho Ti.Kcblatt adds, a resolution was passed declaring that tho ntrlkors would opposo to the utmost of their power any reprisal,! acalnst thoir leaders or represents. Uvea. Conflict" Itrlttern Troops nnd Striker In llrrlln Ilrpnrtril. OKNKVA, Jan. 31. According too Ilablo despatch to I-a Bulvo thero havo beon erlous rondlcts between troops and strikers In Homo, with casualties. At somo places troops lefused to Pro on the strikers. Despatchoa from Vienna received hero nbsertod that soldiers started the recent rtrlko muvemcut, mnuy Aua. trlan olllcers IcadlilK. Thoso oiDcen, it wa deUarul, tore off their In- Hiiriila nnd Joined with tholr men. A despatch to tho liemorrat de clared "a rovolutlon. not ix strike.'' Is ivtKttlnR In Austria. 1'raRuo mossiiKCi leportod tint the local uutlioriiios were uuaiue in sup preia tho striker and that troops woro arrivinn V. S. Aeroplanes "nrry Strll.e Nona to lterlln, WASHINGTON. J'1"- 31 The fnlt ed States (loveriimeiit U keeping the i ,,eoplo of Austria-Hungary Informed ,,a,,nB the Herman censorship with aeroplane, and other hhui ot cjm ' v 1 PEG 111 GYRO TESTS , Witness Declares Accused ' Threatened He Would Be Snot if He I old. 1 The tlrst direct tchtlniony against Paul Ilennlff. on tilal for treason cfuro Judso Chatllold nnd 11 Jury In the Criminal llranch of tho Federal Court, Urooklyn, was brousht out by Fied Welsclnieycr this afternoon, j Welselmeyer. who gave his ?e as ' I twtnty ye.U'H. said lift was cmplood , in UonnlK'n department at tho Ullss works nnd that on July : he saw Karl llennlff, son of Paul, put In a jicr In a hole In the testing tohlo whero the final run was bclnj given to a gyroscope. This waj the pep Installed bv Lieut. Shea which kept the tablo top firm and prevented its movements from countorbalniK'IntT tho oscillations of tho Kirowope. Tho Ucutennnt teMI-. iioti iiiai ancr no nan pul ine pc? in ho ko. no uyrosiiopes from Ilenn'x' which were lit for life. Wclsclmuycr I teitltlod that Karl Hennls kopt his1 apron over where the pe was tup. j lioed to be, so that Lieut. Shea, wlio ras watching tho test of tho cyro- ocopc. could not note Its nbsence. Paul Ilcnulg cidled I.lout. Hhea to the window to lool; in an approaching thunderstorm." said tho witness. Just toward tho end of tho run. As soon na 'tho Lieutenant's back was turned JCarl UennU ultppcd the peg buck Into Hi pluco." 'Did Paul IIcnnlK any anything to you that afternoon?" was usked. 'JIo told mo that If anything wero said about what Karl had done," re plied tho wttnoss, "I would got plugged full of lead. I told Lieut. Shea nil nbout It that afternoon." Attorney Wing attacked the crcdlt- nbiltty of the witness. Floyd Woods Mclntyro testified that ho bad been an Inspector In Ilcnnlg's department elnco July 2 of last year, lie described tho testing elands of tho gyroscopes as Lieut. Shea described thotn yesterday and repented that Karl Ilcnnlng was In charge of ono of tho stands. Mclntyro said that Paul Hounlg told him that It wasn't the cust tu for tho Inspectors to watch all tho test upliu of tho gyroscopes. Ho said that they usually read a paper or magazlno while tho first two spins wero being made ulld then witiK.-scd tho third and final spin. "I told him." said tho witness, "that I pieferred to watch all tho spins, and I did so." llil.UIHl IVIltlon foe Wrt mid l)ry Vnlr In ("hlcnuo. OIIICAOO. Jsn 31 A triumphal pro ceiislon or ProhlbltlmiUts with a peti tion to placo the wet or dry question up to Chtcaiio voters at tho Bprlnit eiecilon vhiitid the i.'ny Hull lo-duy. The ptn t'on, carring moio lh.ui 113.000 names, was carried by six women all mothers of soldiers. munlcatlon. Tho unrest In Germany is being communicated to tho work man of Austria und. In no fur na Is possible, tho Ormaiw In wost front trenches nit4 being Hi'I't Informed of coudltlono In Austria. Officials hero eo In the (lermnn nnd Austrian difficulties not olll unrest nt economy: conditions, but u slncero niovoiiient for groater lepresentation In tho affairs of tho Government. This dV w. Iron lias sousht rlnco America movement for ncmorrnurniion i-rasi- - pnurc4 tho war. BOLSHEVIKI TOLD GERMAN STRIKERS Br BOLSHEVIKI FOR CAN EORCE PEACE eirotfnul Refuses Plea of U. S. Envoy for iMore Time for Rotiniania-. PKTKOGIt.VD, Jan. 31. "A hard fight for peace remains," Md the Government Telegraph Iluiesu to dav. "I'eare (irobably will not bo con cluded In the Casino at Itrest Litovsk. hilt in the streets of Vienna and lterlln If the HusMnu revolution does not betray tho principles tmdor whii'h it was born, mid tefuses to coniprniuiM! with the llohenzollcrn) and lliimburs." An offii'iul st.'itemeiit by the Ilol dhevik Ouvcrnment says that tlic "New Workmeu'd and I'ca'santA' lied army will serMi to support thu rora hir social rnvolutlbn In Kurope." A deuren ostnbllshini; "' All Itosiiuu I'olleKium" for su.danco In ciiKanUliiK tho "Woi'kinen'H uud I'ees.ints- Jted Army of tlio ltus.,.11 rnuncila' Kopubllc" Is nnno'inced. TUo coiumitteu will be composed of two rcpi ray motives of thu War i',i.i,iiu.i.ini mill tun 1 nfii eaeilta- uvea of tho tiencial Htaff of thu I'.ed Guardj. Anothor I'erri'o assigns 10,000,000 rubles for th orBanlzatioc of the Itmt Aimv from tlif money. in mo war fund. The money Is to bo en tiusted to tho collegium aiu must be rtiuiiied sutisiiiuenlly. Ameruaii Amtwusauor i-rancia n-- S 0 ' l ; of I iou. m.iniait ilin.aicr wanwi"" "v. -rufusod. , , Demobllir.jtioti of tho army classes of 1001. im 13S and VJ07 wus ur- dcrtd to-d iy. FRENCHMAN G'lVES BLOOD JYIHG TO SAVE U, S. FLYER I Pittsburgh Aviator Dies as Result of ! an Attack by Six Germans I Vlille on Patrol. ' l'AP.13. Jan. 3I.-A French army I . . ,. ifirn nf Mood In a trans futun 0pcr-.ion could not save the Ufa 0 I'hlllp Hcnney of rlttsburgh. Pa., an aviator In the V,Zra?i,l?e'Tii conllng to dtftl! recclvrd to-uay. i ji Hnnie mtsnAK; tfm tho 'roni aiao . . . . innmrr iiaiv.in 1. another L,sfayctt l.sca- Irllli flyer, a naUv. of Highland Park. "kenney was attacked by sU Cermans ...mi!, nivtralllnir tho sliy Jan. 23. Al UiouKhPs. Verely wcunded In the hip and t dsn ho jnaniRed to rezaln his own I ne" nnd was removed from his ma clVlno exhausted from lp4 of blood. sScnc'r v:ii killed while on his way hiio from the (Jerman lines. He was aTadoato of Vale and was twcnti-ono jenrs old. . n.Pn nMinriim nnflCn UftKhH uftllbtLLtU UliUtliO GIVEN BROTHER'S COMPANY r, . Avialiun CoiltraClS Will! t-JillO t-on cern Brought Up During War lnquir. WVSlll.V ' . Jan- 31 lo'-erfsi of ,, i,, ju bt other of Secretary Hakcr, In a" 4ln nl3nt l ' Thlch had but Ion flovernment fon tracti. canio P to-day before tho Hon nto Military Committee at Its Inqulr Into tho aviation service. Secretary linker ordrnil the contracts eancelteJ aa soon as he learned the Aviation Scrvlrc hed awarded them to a concern In which r.ls brother wus Intciested. Senator Ficllnghuvscn of New Jersey Jhmltted Information he hid receive! that the corporation the Kngel Air craft Company of which If. H. naUar 14 president, hud Ixen overcapltalliwl. with J1.S3J.000 of a 13.000.000 capitali zation representing "arood will." Col. Deeds of tlio Aviation Servlco te titled that II. D. Daker conferred wltn Hin lat June about aecurlng a contract, but had been "flatly turned down' be eauo tho plant was not ready to pro duce. Later, Col. Deeds said, when tho plant was enuipptd, contracts wero riven for airplane parts on a 'cost plus" bsuli Cni'il aVit. Tn.Mnrmtil. FridaV. Feb. lot Hl'K.CIAt. AHSOUTKH IIAItll (lOOIIir.H Here ne lime n eliolre rnlltcllon of In Intl. kind, iif l.ina luatlns Nvrart. In nnina M'lf- niwl inanv fiawira. Iii Hie uaaortinnit iuii.nlll.fln.il Kru t lloch. hnllni-llfs. mn..nn... iiiiii.rriin- -nil h - Extra Special for Friday and Saturday, Feb. 1st and 2d rtlOrOUlTF. roVEIIED SIAIWIIMAM.OWiJ A more ideaalna eomblnatlso do", net rlt In i Hiiilv-rratt than llunev hnra-t vfiir-liiiiullew and our V" h. lreniil. rlrt rhmiilale of . ;' ' !'" V'uo'i" 1 s' 9Qa llir.r ore nor reciilur tile auoila, l.MKA bl'LLIAI, 1 u,j,(5ij !) iiox Attractive Offering MH.K 1'UOt'OI.ATK I'OVllHKU PIIKSII I'l.NKAITI.K The fruit uafil la that lliij.t of i ii' "i'le. aolden rloe. and ladrii will! Inirlou juices, it I. flratcut I diiliil" imrllmia. Hiid lifter a i.rrllmlimrv fjiiae t" "r rleli 'e.li.nt Irr, .... til. v are luaurlo.i.l, eol-rred "ill. our 'i'mled QVfQ rre.nlu.n Milk Chucolale. MH.Mi IHI.1. WE ALSO MIIXII'.T .HTIOKH DnlnlT, alenilfr nrncll tlisoe allcl.4 of drlleloua. Pure Susur t'undv. nrr fiited In Iril oleaalntr tnill mill ao'ce tlioor. T Ii e v nltmra w1;,; 19c Slereal lirnnKim. !tjrnttt. Tha tioarlflad Walsht ANARCHISTS SEIZED TO FRANC! Delegates to Pan-Soviet Con sress Who Warned U. Si Al Envoy Arrested. 11 , ,,.. HEAT S I'lCTItOliltAD. .Ian. 31 (United ... Press).- A niimhcr of anarchists . dclcftttlca to tho Pan-.Sovlot Cdoirress-a, hein won- arrested by the Holshovlkl Government to-day an the rcsult-jof t threats to liold 'American Ambassa dor t'rantls lesiioiislblc for Amorl-, t. oa'a tinniiii'iu of Alexander Hark-,. man. , I Despati.lies fnun Siiaplen o ye-iterda. 10I I of nnarchlstas, ci oui4 at llflninsfoi-, Finland,, . having annt an "ultimatum" to Ambassador Francis, notifying him that he would bo held to ac-'' ' count for whatever punishment v mlaht bo meted out to Hcrkman, .. recently rnnvlcled In tho United Stati'4 of conspiracy to defeat the Conscription law. His last uppeal was rejected on Monday by tho J-uprm Court of Ihe Vnltcd sttoii I , WASHINGTON, .Inn. 31. The Fnltrd Hl.itci Government expects" Ambnndor Francis to appeal to tho '"" llolshevikl Government for protec- ' tlou should Itusslan Anarchists fit tempt to cany out their threats nciilnBt Mm safety. A 1 1 1 01 1 diplomats iit tlio ltussian capita! also nro ex- l'"tl to .oily to the support Of th American envoy If tho worst should come. ' While no Instructions Jiavo arono'1 forward to Francis to demand oafety of tho Ilolshevlkl.'lt was said at tho Stale Department tho stop was re- . .rardod na tho "only senslblo thlnjr to do." Meantime legal complication aros! hero against any stay of eontenca against Alexander Hcrkman, Anarch ist now awaltlnir imprisonment for anti-draft notation, for whoso lib erty Francis la bc.inff held "perffon nly rcsponslblo" by Runslan Anarch Uts. Iniiulry at tho Justlco Depart ment developed tho dllllculty of sus pending Kupremo Court urrnst writ against Hcrkman nnd Kmma. Gold man, Ina co-ngitntor. Ofllclala point out such a atop would at onca Jeop ardize tho Uovornment'o caso against nil others convicted and Jailed tor obstructing tho draft. ALL WHEAT IN ELEVATORS IS SEIZED BY CANADA Government Takes Over 100,000, 000 Bushels and Lake Shippers Must Cancel All Orders in U. S. WIN'.N'IPJ.O. Man., Jan, 31. All wheat In elevators throughout Can- ndr, aggregating 100,000.000 bushels,' was seized by the flnvernment to-day,-Lake shippers must cancel all orders In the United States and transfer them to the wheat Kxport Company, a Government corporation, for expert overseas. DIED . tf.kts. Airniun tkct3. Ferrlcti el OAMPDELTj I'UMERAI,' CllUllClt, Ilresdwsr, Stb t, rridtr. 11 A. M. LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS. l.(HT Udj'e anall I'jfVi allk his wmlalnlnl foj nn ultli liamoo1i. ami 110. Hroppal frrr. laalcab In C-ntral Wrt brtan flh at, uil mti aa, and 7lM anil Mh at. Iltarl If rtumrl to Hatd-M lloua-. JlO J;. SOtb et. HELP WANTED MALE. Speclulty Salesmen to cnll on drug, hardwore nnd depnrtment stort- -with n nationally ndvortloct lino; opportunity for -d-.-once-menl. Call botwoon 4 and 6 or npply by letter, S. 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