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Olt-2 Tons if ClolMnff for Victim of I lie War. Six hundred , and twenty-two tons ot clothing for tho destitute refugee or. free natlom and tnelr uun iu tat BOLSMEVtKI ORGIES GERMAN CABINET .DISCUSSING PEACE AT WEIMAR Ideal of the Kntente." v cnfcldcmann'it speech m ap plauded throughout, except by Ibi 'Itadlcals. H AT RELIGION L of JSuropo and the Near East Were collected In tho recent old clothing GERMAN FACTION drive by tho Atlantic Division ot $be ltcd Cross. Brooklyn news tne re-, suit ot the drive with record collec tion of ninety tons. Manhattan oobim second with stxty-flvo tons. .t .... . . . - WAIT FOR THE NC-4 nr lliunil IIHII lirmill REVOLT ALL RUSSIA vpnnnua nuu.tr iiwtul REGARDLESS Of TERMS CROSS-SEA PLANES IN NEWFOUND AND '"Independent Socialists Say Refusal weans i ijjiueninK 01 uioowuc, Hunger and Death. th nriiTiv ufav 13 rAaaneiaiea , JneWf- HW ir important, cdoh(u m'ii vriiiML there remain no rhdlea buf to bow to compulsion, and 'iK the treaty," ay an appeal to "ii Central Committee of tb Lnd- pSdnt Socialist Party In the party ' organ, Die. Frelhelt. "Not ltln',, continues the ap- , nest." means the retention of our prisoners of war, tho occupation of "our raw material districts, the Ugbl- ' enlng of the blockade, unemploy meat, hunger and death en mass. rlV U the proletariat tliat would auf- most terribly from tho con- HcSMUtnces. -reaee, aa nara anu as daar-v usuaa-htlah. far tho BOgSlDlIlty life la the spirit of the cvotuV&aary Taeppeai is prefaced by a de nunciation of tho severity of the peace terms. It concludes with a de mand that the workmen of all coun- world revolution. ..aaa a.. .a A Utrt m I IM UllI II l. IBII IIL FOR CONFERENCE WITH MISTRIMl DELEGATES ll.L. t.lt... tTlT.l Atlknunt, At. Not Be Permitted. Count yob rirockdorff-Ilantzau In- Is to arte permission to send uer a delegates to receive the Austrian llavaa Axency. It has previously a 1. . k a 4. UHllMna eehfiliu f ' The council or Four neid no mpfi- l . r ii ii ii r i ii n luanuiu. . i u , u i i lis i 'Hwsu the Oerman Tepresentatives at Versailles, and the experts to whom .' orfr-lunuuu baa been rererred had "HQf vet resorted.' No meetlnr of (he 'CaamrHt belni- vonaldAred ntuniirr. rmiiicii ui; I UiVU IUU UI til IAI II iu in ArMeo' ttceaa-nlllnn of Kolchak Government Nearer. TOKJO. Mar 1 (Associated Press), is learned here that negotiation activity proceeding which'' Vtll prob. lead ta the recognition of the Knl. II m.t w-wi iiuitiii viii.m no Ulittliun UDtart ta Admlra.1 KatchiJr whlrh nw. oxaltlon Will bring will lieln materlallr In solving the niuslan problem. Quality First Garti IIMIIBIIIW k aS M W taaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw.aV.aT j 1 r ii n w tin im k ft i v tS. rV7Sf m -W W III I -aWT -w M w ajaaaja, . latB . 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In order to shake the faith of the masses, have caused the. exhumation ot the bones ot St. Tlkbon and at, Mltrofan. There la said, to be a crotvlnc movement among the religious ele ments In Iluaata to bring about a protest of all churohea ot tho world against the Dolshevlk violations of rellxlen , WANTS TO GIVE AWAY BABY SO SHE CAN WORK Deserted Mother of Two Unable to Care for Both Citlt dren Now. Mr. Em Weinberg ot No. 4M Kast lOlh Street has appealed to the papers to find a family or young couple who will aJopl her alx-milnlhg-otd daughter, Dora, that .she may goout and work for , the support of .her twenty-one-months-old child, Uly. .The' young, woman's ' husband-he li twenty-four -deierted her, she said, lest than two months before the, birth of her babr; Baih"-vlmiaJly ts lived on the charity of;. nVtghbvrg since. ' r "I hare pawned the last t'UIng !ad In the world of any value," she said last night to a reporter wh6 called at het rooms, "and 1 will not be able to pay this month's rent it some one will take. the small ohlld oft my hands l'can send the. other to a dar nursery and earn a' living lor IU My husband has ills' appeared and onless I can be relieved of the baby so I can work, t do not know what will happen u us all." AUSTRIAN LEADERS ' ALSO TO BE PUNISHED Peace Treaty Provides for Trial Be fetf ari tiiterrfaUonal Court ' MaWiaf. PAIUB. May ti (Associated Press.) In the Peace Treaty with Austria. now well toward completion, a ru i ponilbllljy telau'se hlaben Inserted meniicar. "iM, tnaHQ una ucrmia Treaty with the exception that. the lirai ciauac, 4ruvTuinK ipr ma irimj or rormor emperor wim The remalnlnr clad Vllllam. Is omllteil. 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U IaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW:aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Tf Ha W B.S a m I f.h.m CliiNCT-tcy 0 K C C C K tf f K ' X K JO y K JUDGE AND MAYOR CLASH' IN COUNTER ARRESTS AT ELECTION (Continued from Hmt Pace.) Miller, one of tho Vrrdon candidates, and several others. Tho complaint agnlnsl Judge Dohnrty, It was announced, would oe made before .Supreme Justice 8wayzo at Jersey City. In tho cases of Ver don, Miller and tho othem, it was said, Itpcordrr Carsten of Hobokcn will be asked to Issuu warrant 8. Tho 120 visitors wcru taken from Turn Hall to City 'Hall. Judge Do hcrty, who followed them, from his 'Interrupted eonforenco with Vcrdon, Miller and others, doclur'cd that court was open and demanded that they be brought buforo him. lie denied Mayor G rutin's rvurt that tho men be searched. As Judgo Doherty discharged the visitors thoy wero rcnrrcHtcd, ono by one, by Urlirin's policemen and taken to tho Armory on tho top floor of City Hall. After they had been finger-printed and photographed tho men were tnken to the police station In VJio basement. They filled every cell. Then the tak 'ing ot airldavits begun. ir,,t. it ..li.... . I. ........ v.iv.1 urn iniiwo iii iimmwciiinure. celving ordoni from both oumpa (and obeying tho that came from Grllln) with the-'ltcpubllcan Judge from Now- ark;,holding court on tho flmt lloor, the 'Mayor a "prisoner.' Jtidgo Do- h'A'y sold on tho second floor, und I .. . i.i.. nf. rangers caged on tho top floor. Orty Hall promptly become known to Hoboken as tho "Houso of Too Much Trouble." HOBOKEN FIQHT IB OVER FIVE COMMISSIONERS. There was nothing moving In Ho boken after the polls opened In forty- flvo precincts at G o'clock this morn ing except the direct cam. Tho saloons will bo closed until 7 to-night when the polls clone. The big battle Iff for the election of five City Com mUsloncrs, ono of whom will be Mayor, Mayor Griffin head tho Democratic ticket and Republican forces aro di rected by County Itcpuhllcnn Leader William P. Vcrdon. Tho latter and Max Miller, ono of tho Republican candidates, wero nt tlio Turn Hull conference invaded by tho fighting Democratic Mayor, Other Jersey communities that weht to tho polls to-d- , wero Huy ontK', Passaic, Now Brunswick, As- bury Park, Trenton, Capo May und Bradley Bcuch. In Bayonno tho fight has been par ticularly bitter against tho Qarvon Daly faction, which Is In control of the city, and already tho cundldntm of the United Citizens' Government aro clulmlng victory. Tlio socialist! aro maKing a tight for tho live Coinmlsslonorshlps in Passaic, where. It la predicted, tho soldier vote will probably determine the election. Many or them aro back In Lieut Frederick K. Blupcr, a ro crntly discharged llycr. Sixteen cniiuunitcH are out In An bury Park, one ot them being a nvsro real estate operator. Only tilt co commissioners sock ru-clcctlou there. HINDENBURG ASKS REFUGE. WSalies to Itralde In Stvltaerlnnd Tills Siiuiimit, He TclU Heme, , I1EHNH, Switzerland, May 13 The fswtss Oovcrnmont hua received an of ficial communication from Kleld . Mar shal von Hlndviiburk' usklng permission io,jias wio sunimer mwiins ut u villa In Switzerland, i o Uen. riaalrp to Ciinn lliiniiire'a. WA.H1UNOTOS, May 13. MJ. (Un. yi . t.ti....i r. I'lHKinr, luriuur oiu-1 i no uuuy oi ii inun ciau in a soi mander ot the llalnbow Division, was ! dler's uniform wus tukun from tho torday detailed Humbhrevi. Va to command Camp rayavuin "n. mu. Jay J. MofrowwboJtter -reVertlnir , to his pemanentnranlc of? Lleut.v.colonitt Will 08 be aislrned loduty lotha.Canal 1 i' f " Ml HI If I I k-ausmcr. & hmict, SChEI DE K t' W K h' K K K Klh' NAVY BUILDING PLANS TO WAIT UPON LEAGUE Acting Secretary Roosevelt Urges Speedy Passage of Appropria tion, However. WAfUIINO'rO.V, Mny 1J Congrcs slonal action on a naval building pro icrnnimfl Is to be deferred until It be comes aiprent how for the United Htntes will h.ivc to go In co-operation with the Ixu)rue of Nations in naval cciiifftructlori Acting Bccretury of the Nnvy Hooncvrlt Indicated to-dny In con ference with Con(rreslonl lender. lloocve4t unfed the need, however, of speedy passage of a navy approprlatldn bill for (he Mifvport of the iresent vslob llahmrnt. llo Ulnciimod with 6onator Polndextcr who win bo cyialnnnn of tho Hcnate Nnvnl Commltte-, tho advisability of Introducing the navy bill In the House In the form the Senate committee re ports IU Important amendments wero mado by the Senate committee, and Uooievelt tjcllcves, ha indicated, that by Including these In tho bill, as rcinliu duccd, tlmu would bo saved. NO BOLSHEVISM IN FINLAND, SAYS HER ENVOY TO U. S. First Minister of New Indepentlcnt State Here on Way to Wash ington, The first Minister from Independent Finland to tho United State, Armas Sautamolnen, reached Now York to-day, . . , r,nn.y,..n nn the Stean dnnVlan.Amerlcan liner Frederick VIII. Utl wni accompanied by his wife and hi nocretary. Tliey will remain at the nlltmore for a day or two, then proceed to Washington., "Tl'lrty million of my countrymen have been made huppy, ho said, 'by eVerclumon of j.Snd a mUon, There , n0 n,,,,,,,.,,,, ,n Finland worth talking about It Is true that there were jlc,i ciuards, but thoy vrre effectually countered by tho White auards." Tho Frederick VIII. brought SS pas sengers. Tho Countess d'Aaananssleff, formerly of llussla, now ot Iarchraont. N. V., was at the pier to meet her sister. Amdls de Derg, who has lived through tho whole war In Itussla, U. S. SHIPYARDS MAY . TAKE FOREIGN CONTRACTS Wilson for Acceptance if Buldinr; of American Merchant Marine Is Not Delayed. WASHINGTON. May 13. American shipyards will be permitted to ac-n-pt contracts for foreign account so far as that can bo donu without In terfering with the building of the American Merchant Marine, under a de cision of President Wilson cabled to-day to the White House, 7,555 FRENCH AIR LOSSES. Killed In War Znnr, 1,tl!l Wound ril, a,Iia'J MUalnic, 1,4)11, PArUfl, Modny. May li-The casual ties In tho French air service In tho war zone during the war were G,3?X, 't was officially announced to-day. Thn cas ualties were divided as follows! Killed, 1.91S; wounded. S.022; mlaslng, 1.401. Of tho mltalitg, It la stated. TOO must bo connldcred to huvo lout their lives.' Outsldo tho, war zono the casualties totalled 1.7. bringing the aggregato for tho whole servlco to 7,5o5, I'olra llrnrtlly (Irrrt l'aderevrskl on Iteturn, CRACOW, May 13 (Associated Press). Premier I'udcruwskl of Poland, accompanied by Mme, Pa- dcrekska, r,ecelvod a hearty wolcomo from the populace an they passed, through hero on their special 'train from Parl.s to Warsaw. Tho demon strntlon was In trlbuto to Uie work for Poland which the Premier had done ut tho Paris conference. SupiHiard Soldier I'uund Urowurd. . . ... . . , . Harlem lliver at tho foot of 177th street to-day. On the body was found' pass made out, to rrivo l'eter Kltspatrlck, Company K. i Infantry. The body, waa reinuved noamN ir tvtci i 5-- iPKtf t? t? i? t" t" ' K f 1 K h" FIVE CENT FARE' , P. s. c. (Continued from First Pace.) and Culver Lines, is ready for op eration from tho Municipal Build ing to Avenues Y and X respec tively, tho operating company is entitled to charge a ten-cent faro to Coney Island. Very truly yours, (signed) "JAMES H. WAUCBn." James II. Walker oald this after noon that ho had no memory of hav ing written this letter and that be would not acknowlcdco he had writ ten It until ho had consulted his flies. "If I did write such a letter." ho said, "tho "tivtements contained there are In error and therefore do not af fect tho present situation." Mr. Walker, In a statement to the Brooklyn Kaglc, yesterday, stated that tho Public Service Commission nas always maintained that tho five-cent faro provision in tho contract between the 11. It. T. nnd tho City docs not become effective until the completion ot tho Culver routo clear through to Surf Avenue public sorvicc commissioner Lewis Nixon, recently appointed by Gov. .Smith under tho provisions of thp amended Public Servlco Commission Law, haa also been of tho opinion inai ino nvo-ccm mru pruviniun aocs not become effective until tho Culver Line Is finished. His position Is ex- cusablo because he cannot be oxpectad to be already familiar with the pro visions of the contract, and he doubt less got his Information on this point from Secretary Walker or somo one clso who was connected with tho old commission. The live-cent faro provision. In the Judgment of counsol. to tho Public Hnrvlcq Commission, rendered thirty- seven months ago Is operative NOW nn,t hHima rmerntlvi, last Haturdnv. when tho is. it. T. began operating trains to Avenue X over the Culver Lino. Under this ruling It Is immaterial. an to the five-cent faro, whether tho 11. It. T. completes tho Culver Lino to Coney Inland boforo tho end ot tho Summer ur not. The company owes tho public that extension of service, however, and Commissioner Nixon said ycslcruuy no would uso h s personal energy ana all the pow ers ot bis o III co In speeding up tho work!. INDICT VIRGINIA AGENTS. Aliened In Ilnva Shot Two llrlnglnK Whlikar Into State. WOODSTOCK, Va.. May 13,-Jndlct- mcnts charging them with tho murder ot two aliened bootleggers were returned by a special Qrand Jury yesterday aRatnst four state I'ronmition orncers The Prosecuting Attorney presented evi dence designed to show that the officers killed Itaymond Sbackleford and L. D. Hudson on March So as the pair were bringing an automobile load of whiskey Into Virginia from Baltimore. A company of militia iruarded the officers wh-n they were arraigned here aftor tho killing. They wero not present when the inuictmenu wero rciurncu. rorluunl Authorises Landing of Sen- plnnra In Arr. I.IB110N, May IS. Tho Portuguese aovernment hits authorised landing ot American aeaplanes In the Azores and at Lisbon, it was announced to day, following parlays which have lasted a month. Prance Cnrbs Airplane "Stunts" Over Town. I'AIlia May 13, Pilots of airplanes are forbidden by an official order to fly over towns or crowds ot people except at such a height which 'permits them to plane down to a landing field In oase their motors stop. Acrobatlo feats over towns are prohibited en tirely. Military pilots are warned against flying over Paris except under orders' on pain of dismissal from the servlco. Two Spajtlah .Army Captains Killed In l'lane'a Pall. TKTUAN. Morocco, May 11 Two avlntnra vn Ultled liarA UondaV. In oitho fall of their airplane.- UotU.wercj A .Tvl'r?Ij''E3JSIrS? D5fX"i os?' ' t' K" I? T K" r t? ' 1 K " ! SEVEN BALLOONS IN RAGE FROM' AKRON LAND SAFELY One Entry Fired on Fifteen Times in Pennsylvania and Gas Bag Is Pierced. AKIUXV, O., May 13. All seven of the balloons which left the naval flying field hero Runday afternoon In the free balloon race have mnde safe landings along tho Atlantic, accord ing to word received this morning. The Cleveland entry, the Bherwlu Williams balloon of which Lieut. Richard Howarth Is pilot, wui fired upon thirteen times near Beaver, Pa., but landed safely five miles south of Wllklnsburg, Pa, four bullets having pierced tho gas bag. Tho Goodyear balloon, which car ried C. W. Belbcrling, millionaire rub ber manufacturer, made a iafe land ing on the Atlantic coast ?ar Mills borough, Del. Oth,cr balloons are re ported to have landed at various places in Delaware, NeW Jersey and Maryland. Records of flights were not avail able to-day and tho winner will not be announced until theso aro tabu lated. TWO MORE BRITISH FLYING PARTIES AT ST. JOHN'S I Capt. Bennett Has Bolton and Paul Mac,ine and Capt. Alicott r , "'my. 8T. JOHN'S, N. F May IS. Two aviation parlies contemplating a transatlantic flight. In "Mton and Paul and Vlckers-Vlmy planes, both ot British make, arrived here to-day. While Hawker nnd Raynbam, the pioneer flyers at this "hopping off place, studied weather charts which , Indicated continuance to-day of the unfavorable conditions which havo I btd them landbound for more than a month, Capt. u.-B. Bennett beran an inspection of a oosslblo site tnr h jio ton and Pau three-seater, while . . . ,, . , C1- AllCOtt and A. W. Brown , conaociru ncnuiuuj ior mo nous Ing of their Vtmy machine. In anticipation of the American Navy's possible attempt to negotiate 1 the ocean voyage In a lighter than air crait inc uingiuie a landing party from tho cruiser Chicago to day completed preparations for the coming of the balloon from Montauk Point, N. T. C-5 CANT START TO-DAY BECAUSE OF WEATHER. DlrlBlliIe At Moatink Paint Still Waiting For Orders From Washington, MONTAUK POINT, May 13 No orders have been received at the Mon tauk Point air station for the big navy Dirigible C-5 to leaye there to-day for Newfoundland The. dirigible Is In her hangar and It was stated that she would not be able to start to-day, even If orders were received, because ot the bad weather conditions along the route. Tho weather oft shore Is fine, but further along the proposed route conditions are aoverse ior nying. 800 MILE FLIGHT IN DAY. Madrid-London Trip Made In Lean Than 13 Hour LONDON, May 11 Lieut. Col. 'W. D. Ileatty, In a record night, left Madrid at . yeetcrday morning and arrived In London at (.10 yesterday evening. This Is a distance ot &00 miles. Weather Holds U Start of Dallas notion Flight. DALLAS, Tex., May . Unfavor able flying conditions to-day prevented seven Love Field airplanes starting on a flight to Boston In the Interest of the Army recruiting campaign. It was hoped the atart could be mado early Wedneaday, SPECIAL NOTICES. . HORLICK'5 , out . o mmmew. u . ,innbi gu m lurs t,(. fAveMjMlMt ssiititat.il Navy .Flight From Trepassey Is Deferred for at Least 24 Hours. TUKPASSUY. N. P., May 13. Commander Towers, "Admiral" ot America's trans-ocean flyers, to-day Is awaiting arrival of tho NC 4 so that the "Jump oft" to tho Azores may be made by his comploto squadron ot three planes, Tho NC 4 is reported in readiness for her "hop" from Chatham, Mass., awaiting favonvblo weather. "If tho NC i can start very soon, .without maklnjr additional repairs," Bald Commander Towers to-day, "I trill nWnK Iia nrrlvnl. rpcmrdlefii of how favorable tho weather Is for our This definitely ended nil chances for tho NC 1 and NC 3 starting their leg for the Azores to-day, It was be lieved. To-day the weather was unfavor able for the flight.- A heavy fog ex tended from Halifax to Trepassey and rain was falling for a distance of S00 miles out to sea, according to reports here. High winds In mld oceon are moderating and are ex pected to dlsappoar within twenty four hours. Arrival ot the dirigible C-5 from Montauk, L. I., is expected dally. Tho plan now Is to have' destroyers take positions from Newfoundland to Ire land to assist In the dirigible venture after the seaptnnes have left. The dirigible is counted on to mako forty knots an hour. Tho weather forecast for to-morrow Is west winds and fair coastwise with mild winds out to sea. NO START FOR 24 HOORS, SAYS TOWERS'S MESSAGE Ocean Flight Commander Reports Heavy Seas and Storm Approaching. WASHINGTON. May 13 Despatches to the Navy, Department to-day from Trepasjey Bay Indicated that the naval seaplanes at Newfoundland could not start on the transatlantic flight for at least 24 hours. Commander John H. Towers, chief of the expedition, said heavy seas were running and that a storm was coming down on the course to the Azores. HEAD WIND OFF COAST HOLDS DACK-THE NC-4 Weather at Cliatham Favorable for Start to Trepassey, but Re ports Defer Flight. CHATHAM, Mass., May 13. Un favorable weather conditions to-day again prevented tho United States seaplane NC-4 from resuming its (light to Trepassey Hay, N. F. rhe plane lias been here gtneo last Friday when It came Into port to mako engine repairs. To tho layman local weather con ditions appeared to be Ideal for a fllchf Thn aim tvfi. sVlnl- V. J ,.. ........ . -.. - UK "Hiiuy after three days ot rain and the breeze had moderated. Weather r" ports, however, said north winds would . prevail along tho au... - coast, a condition which would mean flvlnir acalnst a heart wind. Candy Lovers! 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