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Your Money Back If You Want It. Sao Editorial Page, Firat Column. Ntxxy f <rrfc .*-*? atibune first* to Last?the Truth: News - Editor.als - Advertisements WEATHER THKKXIKMN?. To-l>\.. I?\IS Ttl MOHHIIU *, -.?Irnl* '? Trmr?rraliir-'? ill?h. M| Li?. tO. Full ra-jMiri or I'??** 11 V,-l I.WIN ...-N". 24,880. I? ?>-.?right. ItM. II? Th- Irllmiir \??m Intlnnl TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, uni*. PRICE ONE CENT ,",,,>,,,n7,\^?m?;' ami ll..i ? U. ... Mil? ? I St? BAFF DEATH AUTO OWNER ASKS PISTOL Fearin.u Poultry Trust Hirelings' Wrath. He Appeals to Police. BELIEVES GUNMEN MAY SEEK HIM OUT Repeats Story to Magis? trate Voorhecs and Tells of Four Attacks. ESCORTED TO OFFICE OF PROSECUTOR Murder <'.ir Tampered with in Oarage, He Said Dead Man Held Mortgage. In tear .'I hll lit?-, \lr\ander Pearl? min, o*?n?*- <?* il*?1 Hiitiiniobil?- oaed bj doyeta .?i Barrad Baff, appaorei Ivffore a pul''< m.-igi-t r.?t a- m llrn.ii.h n ??*.tfrda4 hi! aake?1 pinnis-ion I? ?irr> a revolve? i<> defewl him.? II' -r?in?t thr uiiini.Ti.iis hirelin*-?? ?if the* p.iullr? I, - Hhilr aeal*, denlali ,?ime \e??ierd'i4 Iron, met. i.ivi,!*-rd b4 P";irlrr,an, in hi*? ?tor-, mt tht* borrow ..I IttaaWW I? I'earlman him*elf -a?f lo a report?-! tor The irihun?- fart i I In?* *>t renf-t hen lii, m,,h UafJ ? rat" the nel even more ligliil? ihciit ih?- h?*?.U ?>f Hie Irust. \|..vi?rl lu ,,,i..ii hj The Trihunr'*? ?l?ir\. the ixili'?'. II I" under*?!?. ?*'. * .all.-?? tot Pearhaa? al hit Imme jrea? lerda* .iiirrn.Hiii ..'.i irhlakeel him in an aut??ni..liil?? lo tin- h.irouirh. ?*herr In- n.nf?rreii v?ith M \-?i?tant |)i*?trirt Ml,,, il-,,, it i?. believed. Km.V. him !.. the Rurai*. .it IT? That ?'.r?l 4 . in 4?hirh the murder rar ?land*?, und had him r*e*aeal the SkmtJ Ihat he 1<*'<I M Mindi*. la ?i I rihuno ? I;. i>. ,i - -s'.i.r'. ni Uta? I*.**,. ? ?rday, ? Into ami trembl ? , i . the ur><?n him I pto ?? 1th which, b? ?s ? I*. - '* iblieatiofl of hi* I , ,;, in if lei him. He ' led, that he had born I -: :ne. Pan eatate man. .?f 2 B.lmor,* a... ai?.,i I Idore Graea, a law ehfd tt t l'oarl m?n'? i ..rart? r vu?, he a?k??d per M?r sai.l that the matt.v eonaid ? to i troo.l i!.ft Mortgage <>n Garage. ?? Pearlman'a automo? bile a ' .timan i , al the and that 4\hen *? ??? nil?! ri mortyaKe upon ".urder car g ! a,I a mortraKe his I vio tl ust. and added facti tkat p re alreagl** that hi? . n the po.ii ? that *?? In*1 tared. ? ? i ? I ? rV? ("rap* '.rily Ward i l ' ? it No r'.'ri i >,ri ' - I ?'. :- uter ?? . ? ' ' ? Wom*-n Organize lo Spread '??".."?ht Sleep" Knowledge. - W.anr,.,, i f>.Ir r-i-day. "PRINT IT." SAYS CANNON Uncle Joe's" Reply to Charges of Fraud in His Election. 11 TMsfw ' T ? - Danville, 111., i??-?* 28. 'if tba Amor? ra*, iu . y information repard mir fraud?? in my election, lei thoai prmt ,'," declared "Uncle Joe ' ? ?'? nicht whoa asked fot an ana? the charge, made in Indianapolis, that "floater? had 1? ? non Farther than thia th ? vet? Congressman would risks no cob i It becum? known ;u night thai I D iat ri cl A ttoi communieatini ank i Dalle , "i Indiana] termine whethi mu'!. the federal grand ju?y, which *, .| Mayoi Donn I Pel r< Haute und other officials mi el i nipirini to corrupl would wairanl ?> federal grand jury i of eharg? . wera perpetrated bave bei n nada to Mr. Kareh that repeaters came from Indi* iiiki '.? ?'..ti in ? o? Illinois. WOMAN BURNS TO DEATH Invalid. Alone, Unable to Save Self When Candle Upsets. ? aad partially paralyzed, wa? bui in her chair laal nighl when a . an die tipped over and igniti d the Gei man i ? Lome. 1*3- Belmonl ?v., The Bronx. ai aloiH u' the ? me. Her bus? band, Nelaon Worm, an ironworkei that her d? al lue I iaihir.- . company to pay any attention t?. two coraplainta ha h'i<i made regarding I Her eriei attrai her daughter, Mi ? : - m the two ?tory COI her mother. wreck"af?re7flag SAVES EXPRESS Crowded Fast Train on N. H. Halts 100 Feet from Burning Cars. . . ?Stamford, I ?an., Dec. 28. Raymond Simmoi ? ?'? Eaat I88tl it, N? Yi.ik. flagman on m eaatbe of the Now Haven Railroad, pre vented a bad wreck ind a heavj loaa of afternoon by i' . '. '.ii.-k. and bringing it till within two h of tba which hi? waa a crew member. The , c on Simi a broke in Selleck*? cut, weat <?i Stamford. Soctioai of Un* train oi gather un?! "broke" in l"*o or three Two aectiena wera derailed and a gond??ln ca? al the and freipht waa flunc "IT tra. k No. 2 upon track No. I, ove. which the Beaton ev preta waa approaching a? fort\ an ii.'iir. Simmons ami Charl? ; Set conductor, were In thi- c of thi- wrecked freight, There wera eighty-five cara in the tiai? and waj up m fi oi ' . 60,000 gal ' I been broken open and caughi 1 ; ?? ? tt.-n.in of burn:: . iwepi forward, tatting afire ever} . at ahead of It, all of which loaded. Fox r.m toward ?ho burning tank rar, while Simmon? grabbed iiaj-. in the distance be coald aee the fas! express train approaching, Jerrj Murphy, engineer on t1 ? caught light ni the fiai; m lima to rain laaa than two car length* away from the broken sronrii'lu car that bui re.I hil path. "I know the expr?s train wai right behinil ?*." said Simmon-?, "and ! ? there would be a fearful wreck if it .it by us 1 bal was a iiv ii ?? waa to run back ? though ?1 ' track." - lira and sixteea othei ? |< ??ipull> with ran i deford. Me.. \><-re burning. The tord Vire Department wai foughl the blase for an hour before illy controlled. TrarB? delayed aa hour. ? . following the <l< railment, sel fire to tl ? which flowed oui through a punched in the tank cai hind it. The iailroa?i i that ? match ;:' by a bo the wra ked cara I the tire. Tin- police, h? failed tO Had anv APPRAISE CONTENTS OF MORGAN HOMES l urnishings in Financier's rhree Residences Valued at More than SI.000.000. ?? !' . . :,..:.* Morgan, ? Highland Palls, \. Y . are worth ' ? i?:. -I. Gillespia ..111!. ilue of th? ? , i-. < t... ? ? . Highland ! and of Camp ITncaa, 11 i tdiron IverwaN In th? . In tba main i all and on ? he u ? ..M fun ni: 1103.30 . u nd th? draw mi/ ( aoai ?? ? ? * 106,270, 11,. i,[,| i ndei ? ? ding "Lurk.-.- Library" - and ? small !ii.r.,i\ aro pul al . 100,706; ?l ? M..:. nd Reoi <?>?? I 111,711 worth, t ind M ? ? Morgan' bed ? ? ?? guest roon ..d ?ii,.,! 113,106; th? hous? ? eellar. Silverware la the , -? Imated to IM, II ,24* m the u. iraini reo? 16B60 -.nd In the -.1 ..<> < ?. 11.,i ami ir 11. ?, *> i .'. ; ' COL. ROOSEVELT PLANS TO STUMP FOR UNEMPLOYED Will Give Receipts of Lectures to Find Work for Jobless. GtTS DATA AT CITY LODGING MOUSE Has Pea Soup with Un? fortunates and Stays I Hour 20 Minutes. for the unemp leipread d I brought on l>y I t *<?' ??, lecture m t'. leadii the ' ni ted .-'tat- . 11 ? - ' the city in wiiirl? he * : ment for the job., i,, gathei data for th? lectures, , - ? to hi .??i the mbjeet of un OJ m??nt. Mr of the Munieipal i ing Ho lodging bou e and aal lanner in which for her unemployed. . lr. RooacTclt declared that it ?h* the beat munieipal lodging hou liad e4??r visite?! favor tin? extension of ti, ? tamp* ? the uneni on. \l<* l'en -o i,, Oni ? building was that the er President, ?n company \?. i t h il'? ?1 women, - dining room and ate pea ioup. Fur thermi iy it. Mr. Roosevelt .it,,'.,- up ! ?*,<? lodt?; i I a ?aaT house, which i at 123 Ka ' 26th M.. clock. He -.'.as aceompani. exet it ive ?pcre tary o!' tiie Nati trice, and l'luli]i Roosevelt, his nephew, il?-. . whei ? sat W . . the super intendent. ' itor immediately, but ? 'led. ,n bi ? rtfetic f. Ile then ?laid t nu* Te would lihi te at shown tht-ouirh tin? Kail-Hag, in order ta ae? i*uniiit bloiaelf with Ken "> ork'.?: meth o,? ,,i earing for th? poor and I ' work. The drat place vi sited wi ?m, in which were more than ?;no ? ng 1 heii turn to the night. Mr. Ro > ? glad out half , peke to them, ini|uiri!ij" ho.* thej liked it at the lodf-in?- bouae. Ha als , sounded ???.eh of the half dosen regarding their ehanci *ment in ttie n< Would Knd Iadgiag Hoaaes. Throughout hi*, inrpeetion of the building the form r President,although interested In ?11 that he to I?,- concerned mainly with the ; riplng it ging ! euaea en? tirely by putting the uiiemployed to In the dining ro.>ni 126 men Hn.l ? i: ? party en? ei ? d imediatel*. ? i ai d Pre* ? ? Mi Room : ti pped I sina? window ti.. i with i conven ? ?? i h. I!':?.:, .? minutes ? bowl ? tin of eoffee si ? ?he convict Blackwell's Island, and then sur] ?, .. ,.,,.; i by i mail wind? i i ..i-. ? ? oup. "louj-h for \e\l l'r?*?i?l?nl." ...i eating, .. red haired ? Gee! But tl f the Ui roa m it \h. lloi.se? ell pel th* IV hi tins ' " the itci the baai ? ? ? *.'i< men, ,( they requ i ai ? lued to a g I ? ? . . ? : ? ? ' ? \n inapi toi folio ' ? ' Dirai? en minutes with a young ' ' ? hiis >: her ? Mr. Root?i veil then aak? aper? intei. etion would be ? . ?ard te ti.. -,? *!. ? told thai one ot the rhar | - had be? 11 a ke.l to tl'l.l he' ?1" II* ?,' ., enabie her to keen thi Id a lth he . UI . ? ' ,. >? nfoi med the e\ | ...:?, , ? ? ? ' ? ? nd ttatl m ? ? lus. 1 to work ??; were unable to work could I i hink th.r the superintended ? ? Ian thai, th? ? ? ; . ? said K tl n "f the annex ?,n Hi cieat Th? an ? it a - | i ... ? .-.I- ?nd ' ? .,?, , th< ? Pi - ? i m entii >,,, i . .'? . GOOD WISHES FOR WILSO!\ Birthdav Anniversary Greet ings Flood the President. I-, m r-- !-.? . . |'...:rfai' U'a.-hingfon. I>ec. ft, President Wll son celebrated hi? fifty-eighth birth day anniversary to-day. but no formal except a call of congratulatioi from his Cabinet and the receipt o man;. of felicitation fron friends m Amenc-i and abroad ? the day as different from other King Geerga of ?in?'.' Mr;?., the only potentate of the nattona a war that took time off from lighting t< address a cable message of congratula '?on. The King's ?(??patch v.Rs re I early in tba day, and waa of th? "rmal character. i hi Preaident took a day of real from visitera, seeing only Repri ? ? Uaderwood, of Alabama, who dis cussed a river Improvemeat project h Congrei ? :".ct. Among the meaaagei received wen ? il from the parents of childn i named r. : tor I ? ? l'i ? ild? al Im their birthdaj - were the tame ? Mr. V. GHURCflESEND TRIAL MERGER Committee Urges Break? ing Union of Calvary and Fifth Av. Bodies. a ? ?alvarj and l'i fth A- ana? t el aa, after s nine months' trial led, m a l ladlj api ril ??? di oree ?hen- eongregationa and woi m future. A? l'a ' - ? : i t ? ommendation nta ? ? -. in the report of the apecial com ? ?? he carricii out by a vote of tba c,,ngrcgntions. The - >"i bj David C. Link, chairman of ?he Calvary commit and Edward L. Kallard, chairman be Fifth Av? nua committee. It that it has been found del for the t'vo church."- tO Mparat? ? their indii idual u ? . . but that they da SO kindliest feeling, each f,.r the otl i I he ommittea of r?f?ren?a . ..? fi i ei ?? ? nnouneed th.-ir de cision in the following resolution: ? :. ' , . ? : ? boards five eb u '?nchiMon. . . recommend ; ? l oui Indii idual i ,.- soon ai arraagements can ? rve the be I ? ??nt. "In offering ilr.? resolution aad n i lea ire I expre?-Kion to mir perennal ?-egaid for ?ppreeiati the a ha? a pel ? ? il Ion and pi i mutual friendship. "Ii. in a frater ?pirtt, sincerely wishiag em ai n' her all / that I will evei mar ,v,e cordial rela? ting ai ' ' ?!-." Calvary Church hai been without a paetor for m-ari; foui , ears . \ei Robert a. Mac i retired. O Beers ..f the ? Church d?clin? d of their church y? itci day. [I bow? -, ir, i bal ' pi a? i ically ?.t :i man to Dr. M place without Unding a suitable candidate. i'i- Fifth Avenue Church, at 4 HT< l ? feller ehui ch I < aaee < ' John 11 i aad i , ? ? .. . oag . ? ?: nine moatr ? as .? of nu !'? ilvary ? bun , the ? ? ? .... <i mero erie ? ii, paaaibli bomb tbrc took r? ? not understood, ho?* thal thia circumataaee had an-. - u do With the I . harlot 1 Abed, ei aa pai ?..i ol the Piftl ? nue Church fi.i two jtiii-. No dab lia. been -<-t fei tba eeagregational meetiag, t.at aa anaouaeameal ?ill be laadaj bj Di Waelfkin oak ?- mem ben aarl] date. m SHOOTS CHILD THROUGH WINDOW Posse Seeks Man Who Kill il little (iirl Near Mill ville. Y J. Millville, N. ?!.. I ?????. tS. u i ii i ., - -!?? I ! :'? , Beati a Bail? of ||n >? '-:". i Mill? Hie, waa iastanl n ballet i.i-'d throagh fie ? Tin ..1 of i., i mot! ?m. who kschatUBI a lew minut.-. be. fore the child '.?-?s murdered A man thought to ba ? ? . .-..,,. i ount] I?. .. ' ? ? I I..-.- hai orgaaised a foom to -??arm poet. m SHE 3UES FOR SPOTLIGHT Mrs. Alsop, Barred from Stage, Seeks $10.000 Damages. Un TMe i'"P?" HU? A!-.ip. yeang ,rd Breara Al-?p. veaerable Pitt ..'.?tire, -vit), a hum aha ? ;.. , K. MU an a. ?TOM, but .,,, hmgei working at Hamm, t Vi? loria TI aatre. arbora aba n p?a ved on. '..k Mr? \ uit m the Siilui'i.. ? Arthur Hammerstein tor 110,000 foi breach - eoatral I Hi ? .me dances with aad "m.? *.- ??mg ?? ,,i,i it i? ??*.. ,.sntion of Mrs. Ai*.?;. thai bei ai gagi meal al tba V*k I :,;,?>? I im lOBgOl tiiali OBI llammeratein didn't tbiah t LEO M. FRANK WINS APPEAL TO ?HIGHEST COURT Justice Lamar Grants Plea of Convicted Slayer of Mary Phagan. POINTS RAISED NEVER DECIDED Execution Stayed Until Novel Issues Presented Are Settled. i . ha-p , M. Prank, Ulanta urder of Mary i'hat-an. ten. As 1 i i r, ? ? ' i i our*, granted a writ directing thai th? rec? ord of ? ii proci ed ngs by which the Ml|irein. review. The action of Jus ir ws ? , , ?; the plea made in Prank's behalf. ? imati Of ?-rank, ?vhieh - '-n place an Jan r court ''il ! ? ag out ? ? natty f<?r th? crime ?>*' which he war? c i OU!. ha?, paased on Jo ? held m bis opinion endering of the verdiet when Frank was "i the coui I a, and thai ? .,? Supreme 'i ?? prepr etj of the sedings, ii ? ? ? ? ??i,?l courts. Hi eon It may that I ularit) of the prt ? . may 1 int of juris ? -.. m which event Frai i ! D his plight. I'rompt llearin? Fxpected. probable thai any tin be leal in takiag up the eaae. It is .t the authorities of the ?-tat. ,,f Qtsergta Will su'unit h petition askini arhen the ? after the bol? It ta th< ? ? to hear i ? Ma Ii ? ?? '? ng cap tal ! ? n.ent ai i.romi.tiy a. possible. in th.? present proceeding Pranl ; ?rae* i >! court in Qeorf ? ' ? courts in whieh Vr: *lV. I rt?? b*-:, Convicted Of murder * ad lost had BOl ha,i s fair trial and an atino ? . I, ..? F rank . ( ?hem their i ng in ! presented ? I ? ' ? ? determined," aid Jus el . ? oi .. ' i ..! foi ?cess ?ation ? to b* ? red. Palate Ne\er Decided. has il 'i.'i-i'le.l tl i ? a new tria! lefi ?-...? when the ? irned ? greund o morion, noi claim that I ? right ga ,' Constitu? ??Nor h ?- it pa sffect isl *o grant i here an ail? ged dietional queation was presented jn a in filed at a I lutl orlaed ? "Su. ..niiot "_ FRANK'S FAMILY REJOlCE ' Knew Right and Truth Must Prevail," S?iy? Sister. ? i,..,! is goad ai ?i a t de young? \\ ? knew right an*! truth l S end Justin i in u what ?i sipected sooner "i \\ r St? i ii. with her "ui-band. unit) 152 underbill av., Brooklyn, the rhieh is oi i ben they are in Pi? - "-,.,,., .1 ? now they are in At . whither thev went to be near theii during * boar o? trouble. Mr* bappy ;?!mo?t to the teris, though she is net of ed as she faith in th? ultima*..* triumph of the right as she te declare her brother to be "the exceptional of man." ??Y,,? deal know |,eo." Mr?. Stern declared, "bal <' i ould l know bii eae eloee frieads kao-a a hii man il in. I.e.? WM ?O\ ' ?i.? ??..- not tha .lad ef nun*, tha* would wreni la oi inlun child. M'- i- the student, not th? ! I ? tu'? ai ... been mad'- te nu.r.. Im.i appear. Al-, . ,.ni oui? il .,? '.i?-,.- i, i i.liiiiin i U. S. SENDS SHARP NOTE TO BRITAIN Formally Warns London Government That This Country Can No Longer Tolerate Unwarranted Interference with American Commerce on the High Seas. R'aahiagt? ? Th.- I arnmeat dispatched a long note to tireat Hritain to day. * - ing upon an early improvement in the treatment of American comme:, the British fleet. It gave warning thai much feeing had been aroused in this Country, and that public criticism ama 1 over aaararraated interfere re with ?he legitimate foreign trade of the United States. Th- document, conatituting ? lUation on this ?ub ject made by the I'n | -.i anv of the belligereata tinea the oui of the war. "as cabled ??? Ambaaaadoi Paga ?.. be formally preaented to Sir Edward '.rev, Britiah Foreign Secra Its preparation was begun a month ago bv ?Solieiter ('one Johnson. Counsellor Robert Lansing and Seer, i-.rv Bryan, and finally during the last two weeks had the personal attention . ' !''? ;- : ? Wilson, who revised it pbraeeology with minute <?' As the detailed point of I lea of the United States in numerous specific nf detentions and seizin ? cargoes had been set forth in a - emphatic pretests, meet of which have gone unheeded, in day's c.m muniei couched in general terms, covering the entire subject of the relations hctween ?he I'nited States an.I (?tea? l?ntain as affected b) the letter's naval policy, considered I highlj objectionable bv this Kf>>ern ment. In frank Term?. Th? ' that the repreaentatioaa are made in a friendly spirit, but that the I'nited con lidei i il beat ;'> speak in ? terms nf frankneas, !>'<t silence be con CANADIAN GUARDS KILL AMERICAP Companion in Duck Hunt ing Wounded?State Department Stirred. inaa 1 Waahington, Dec. tS Jam? B. Cut ?he America! Vlee-Caalul at For' Brie, Ontario, informed the W >'?? Do pai'ment to-night that two AaMI Walter Smith and Charles Dorsh, both of BufTalo, were shot by the ?anadian ?M.r.li*r patrol near that point to-day while duck hunting. Smith Dorsch will recover. ?Secretary Bryan at oace drafted n note to the British Bmbaaay informing them of the incident B| t ran-n.itted by Mr. ?'ur'i.s, and asking for an account of the eireumateneec uader which the ? are sho-.. ??tin.als nt the State llipartment ted I ut thai if the men were sho? while : authority there would lie no ground tor repi. I arican governm?nt. Repre* tentai I B. 8 th, of Butfalo, . day laid ICCOli < of ire Se? rctat y Hryan. was il information regarding the api? ,rt?,er ?han thai COBVeyed ?o them by pr?s* representatives here, it was i ?->? that the ??.pected rom the Secretar. itC.WOUld ,- prompt a reply n< the eircum I ermitted. Bafalo, Dee. tS. The killing of Wal :th and the wounding <ii < I Dorach, two American buatera, a nadiaa aoldiera on the Niagara B near Port Erie, to-day, va ninten? : .ling to infoi mal on gath ared by the military authorities and : - ded t.. Ottawa I i Ight The soldiera were aidiag a provincial oft? ? ..rrest the men :'or alleged viola? tion of the game :? aa >\ Delaney, the provincial said the nun were shooting at a1 :'..i .. oi ducki i. .i the head of ?he ??ne of them waa In a boat, while a,ling i!, the ?hallow ' ' aj fell I he season > in Ontario <>n December IS, aad Do? 'aney a!?-.? laspoctod that the men had Ontario lies e. so he decided I ?em. He telephoned to ? aptain Norma I Pita, .11 eommaad of tba border patrol. - Help him make eati i brae ma to ik a peaitien on a ilighi ? . boat I1 called out to the men thai I 1. aad ord.! them ashore, ? bullets splashed 'he water neai boat "Dont hit them," cautioned I). . "We'll eome aabor? piek up the deeeya," shouted one a Smil d been wading, climbed into the beat aad they reared upstream ?oward the '?? Idealy the course oi the boat ?va? changed ..nd it headed far the American ihore. "They've got awav; let them go," Delaney told the sold,, "I'll give them another scare," said one of the ?i.idler?. Raising his rifle i L and both huBtcri toppled in the boat, which then drifted ?u 'in* ferry landing when picked up. ? .era, Oat. Dec ~? Major ?Sea eral Saat Hughes, Canadian " Militia, has ordered aa iaaaaodiato in? quiry into the -hooting of two Amen r:.n duck buatera at Pert Erie b..- ?ana? dian guard?. Artist's Ashes Sent by Mail. Baa - parcel po?t tiled apon ti.-.i.iy '.,i eeavey tin? .it Toi jiro Haaegawa, a Japeaeae artial I mo, neai 11 kie, Japan i be i pted and started wai aftei * i in m atampa had beei attached. -trued a? an acouiencence in a polic on the part of tireat Britain 4vhich ii fringed th.* rights of America un.i.-r i h? laa s ,,?' nal leas Since Krarice has adopte,1 practical! the ?ame deerees as eeatrabaad a* ha ?iroat Britain, to-tlay'l note la virtt ally a s*,(temen4 intended for all th membei s of the I ripie Bat?ate. The document point? out * plaint? on every side .>n?l publu cri' <-;sni in the United States hold tli Hritish policy a? directly re for the depression in many America . situation the ?eriouancs of ?huh um?! I?,? apparent te Orea Reimburseraeht alea? t,. detained er s,m . ? remedy the i-\ il, a the chief difficulty la the m?>t*e.l e?TeC of Brit on American es ire reatrained I taking riaka or hasarda which in n ?o ? iirroiin.l legi ? ??n the F ni ted? States and othe neutral cou | Peelil | ? M been aroils|,,l or: th? -111' jeet to such an extent, the coman tion adds, that th. Ariier.can gl ment feeli compelled te a<k foi d< information as to (ircat Britain1 in order that il may take sad in. .sures a- will protect Aim-ric; In their righta. No l**ipr?ivi'm??nt Noted. Th<* United ??*.?? OUt, was patient at ft] .- that the unexp? tt reak if host 1 ad heaped a ma - el burden - Britiah government, and thinking an early clearing of the air would ? Five months have now ? note asserts, with n<> improvement n ?uat ion. In the menu ti?S? An.er. can shippei ailed thema? of various suggeations from tl s British government, such as shipping cai nitely named eenaigneea in n.?u tral countries and the taking oui of cerl ??? ates fi em coi rals in this i try. which followed : ' the the allied *leets would eeaac deten? '?Oils i .-ni m???-,i ..n !,??.?? .'. ?etaaaa ' U. S. CONSULS NOT WANTED IN BELGIUM German Government Asks Withdrawal of Some for Present at Least. '? ? :., D? c. '-'" i ?arman government has notified ?hi- gOI m<*nt that Am.' ill ill ?'?,| gium must be acceptable ta man militar;- million' lat it deairabla that some be withdrawn for the present al ? communication German Embeeay to-.la> to the Department. Its term?: wen i ot made public, ami Secretary Bryan an wered : ? - regarding it ? it ment that he departmen? ?vas n?it ready to maki- known its fit tit u ; the matter and therefore would a? ' ' It i- not thought in Washington that any of the m olBeial ? a reeled to the abevBl gi.vernment of Belgium German government at Herlin or t?. the military govern Bl m, but mei? t Gern >ny is ? .1 in ream ? ation?? with uYecting occupied terri tor) for the preeeat military tenta il The American connuls at the occupied ? ? i p, I.iege and Hi . ara Amoi ?eai. i itiaen -. so thai slble objection to the of a ir ?tlice by ai.v person not of American nationality cannot exi?t in this In ne of the ?enrolar of ? er nations in t . it '. . understood, are maintained under ', X A bert. Th?- Germs only to consuls und to have no Relation ?o diplomatie official?, which would in-, elude I the n.,-ml ? taff and i The disposition tata I lepar! - ni.-rv appare I -, territory to pre ? shall ? ay committing I ?. to .. pol?t ? to its p ? ? ? I . !'. 11.ment had pro ? ?? ea ?. ? ? ? ?? ?r? n ? which eaaati ? - : ?? ii :. into - could only become lawful by the ;oa aumaration of a treaty of pene? tennining d? LONDONERS WARNED IN CASE OF RAID The London o*fi rial bureau this evenin?- made the fot .? . ? "The naval and military a K call the attention IS dantrer from . || usd freea i.uii?".? frera il hoitile airerafl il tempt.ni" a raid M London. "Th. civil popalal ?"- are transad te ,..,.,,. i . preferably ka b hearing th* sound of in- j lag hv jruns or of explo ?. RUSSIANS CUT AUSTRIA LINE; CRACOW FREE Czars Force* Retreal 50 Miles from South of Galiciau Capital. PREVENT JUNCTION OF TWO ARMIES Siege Completely Reliev? ed as Grant! Duke Strikes Two Crushing Blows. DASH ON WARSAW CALLED FAILURE Petrograd Reporta Chech ?>f Oenoai kiismpi i.eriiit s.i,?. Situation Is Proaltiog. . .-: i., nom Gali? m. Iia\ ? lag the Biala Biver ai I : ? ' Ing two ? ? \ The ; the Aeatriaa eommaader, a*hieh bad h?en a i ..? from th? I pathiaa regioa, are claimed bj sians to be retreating pre? ipil I i rippled. Heartver, m.ivenien? againal th? 1 ' ?,..u ,i Duk< thirty ? Paoeoa Held hs Baeeieaa Milita ?ind th?* ? laea afford ' i i mu ms th. i *> over the Carpathiai and ? ? raaaieatiea en gag. tula Hud the Pilica rivera, lin t?eraaaa cially d I ? Urnen \. r.i?- Vida ? ? fida "i .i the loath ' nil the front ...?' ' Ipal " Bi? ing coi ' i i im the l il r.- '*'? . Il thouaaad mil rail ii ,.| '.. prec p t?te and d 26th are captured in I r?gi? a aa many aa i i ?? thoa ? rta of l . i . ..an?? ira .. our mancea i li.tr. dl? I "lit**. Mile?. the I, aim\. ? .- ' ihe formel poi iurcis. ' * i a. OS ? .,-. ended in . | them I '. i ri \ a . ? River I .of T.n ne . .-ral Boehm-Ei Ivanc the ralli : - T h. i .' th?> ruov.d ib,?An and all l the A ni? i ? , .11 now, where : ley ?*., , ' I lake IHTen-.i%e ?in liial? e, th? Ra?. advancing from San ok, a mov? which sed Ifti in 'hi* : B ala Chriataaai l>>.v th.* Ruaaiai s ?., of Tuebew, the auatriaaa ra*. . and i - m.?' ! ? a? gun?. Lai > -:an? ?ros?, ,| i Biala an. i ly ?formed ..a, four miles south ef Tw that the I: ? of the t*arenty?mil? strip e t. : U It's Advertised in Xhe tlrtbune It's (aunrantterJ. S?e LditonaJ Pag?, hint Column.