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Emended Until March 12th
Augustus Vincent Tack
C W. Kraushaare
:eo FUTI ?w fmt 29ih S' , ? ' C
In South Brazil
Loyal to Kaiser
New Fatherland Now Em?
braces an Area of 11,534
w. March 6. A war geog
: hp the National
om its headquar?
"The recent novel < iigap-ement be
two German reidera la the South At?
lant.- B neat the island of
Fernando dc N'oronha. off the south
roast of Bmzil, and
te the 1er] - ..erman
population ?-public, where, '
ha3 been auspoctod, there have been
maintained I..?.???? of BUUpliea for the
(.erman ?hips which have operated so
extensive!?.- afe I'?* ?hipping in those
'"Hie German-f elemenr in Braail il
numerous enougr en?* ?ncrgetic enough
to carry out sue?? a poliev if they I
choose to do BO. They number at least
? million souls, and they are practically
limited in reeidencc to the four south?
ernmost of the Braiilian maritim?
I, R.o Grande do Sul, Santa Cata?
rina, Parana and Sao Paulo, where they
J?ave thru?t then national root,? far
into foreign soil without losing any of ;
their inborn characteristics.
'Theodore Roosevelt, writing in 1914 ?
.o Paulo, say- :
*'*In this province I met for the lirs'
time German* born in the country who
could epenh onlp (lerman.'
? oloniratlnn Begun 92 Year* Ago
"(?ernaea colonization in Bra"/il has
been going <>r\ since 1826. when the set
llea ent of San Leopoldo, in Rio Gi-?nde j
Ho Sul, ?.a? establiahou. For ten years
the Itreem of immigration continued,,
?hen it was interrupted by the sana- ?
. ulotte revolt in Southern Braiil. This I
? 'ertuption lasted for nine years. In '.
',848 the food of settlers was percep?
tibly swollen by the families from '
Schleswig-Holstein and the other part?
ol Germany which were affected by the (
levolt of the ducl.ic? against Denmark.
"No les? than thirteen important
?.erman colonies were established in
??outhern Brazil between lr)48 and I860.
the carlieit settlers being greatly aided
by generous grants of land from the- |
Brazilian government, which allotted
no less than 174 acres to each immi?
grant. Owing to speculative abuses '.
this privilege was largely reduced, but i
without noticeable effect upor. the i
movement, which was checked only by
tne imperial edict of 1839 forbidding
the further migrations of Germaus to ?
"This edic* rOBBOined in vigor until
when, as Austin Harrison terms j
him in the Pan-Germanic Doctrine, 'the I
great ?ea tmperor. William II, saw ?
eerlp and clearly into the future, and j
taught his BUbjectl to see, ton '
Germans Hood Country
"Inder this teaching the Germanic
flood swept in larger volume into Bra- .
.!. and now has spread over a terri
cry approximately as Urge as that of
American states of Floride, Geor
?? f.. Alaban-.?. >outh Carolina, North
' arolir.a, Virginia. West Virginia and
rpUnoBBOe. Fullp a quarter )f a million
German i are to be founu in th?- state
of Kio Grandi do Sul, where, in the
< .ties, they have taken a strong hold
upon the activities of the country aini '
have practically absorbed eommen- a!
enterprise. in Port
Alegre, the capital of the s-at?. three ;
..erman publications indica!
"In Santa ? atarina, the nex* ??ate
?'r'h, conditioni ?re analagous. Gel
*.-. <-u?tonis and the German idiom
prevail, and in mnny towns one msv
If in the r athn
* here ?.a?
me years ago to el.-cl
a German Governor, and, with the er- '
- of the P.-deral
' -? .tlmoit en
German. Th? anomaly of Bra
,,or*s written by
'ierma- ,,; -? unu?ual.
. elonp in this state
e? ?treng'h I
?? dc Joinville, of
? a. who niarr>.
aufhter ei Dom ivdro. th? Brel llm
"*#>**ei nrid the eil
lie. Orrian to the marrow, is a monu
nr G?rtii?n immigra
llnld 11.534 Square Miles
land to ? ?.. the Oerauna
Bee I ith Brasil now
rue them ei a of holdings of
.*? ? ? ? ? ? to the!
' letropolitan an,I '
? I ame
? .an emirn he Unit
)( and to have tnr Hrn.
*nt?. The Bueeoee of the plan i? ?t
?i hie ????rk
- ' ha- e belli a ?.tat?
n ?.tat?-. Of German customs
ttle has been lost; fcl,o. the
German dialer?, ?ai?), (ta r.ative ul:<am
? har.'led down from genera':o
generation. Peit*aa*ueee la little ?poken,
I nd e -nans use it with
The school tea?
of? the eoloniei ere subsided ?.erman
along the line of tin
New Jersey Central
Homci to suit every taate and
?'?,.??? ? ? I ?a, -a ,
... -. ? hi* Ne
44 i mamt < i \ m
Gives Appam to
Moewe's Captive Not Ger?
man Naval Prize, Jus?
Decision Is Unanimous
American Neutrality Violated
by "Depositing Spoils of
War" in Harbor
w a ? 'i?ton. March I ; reaaa
i on" to-day oaanimoualy decreed
re-toratior. to her Etlfl <?' : I "''
*he liner Appam ?nrl cargo, brtnght
into Hampton Koad* mor? 11mn a yeor
aro by ?i prize crow from thi G<
laidrr Mettre. ' I
a* httwttt three and four m .Ilion dol?
ar., -iu-* Ix? delivered ' '
ilnr?, a? the etttrt'a order la final.
Thr? decision, t ritt? I J
Day. affirm? decree^ bj 1 ederal
Waddill, of Virginia, an?! apholi
original ruling by Secretary Lansing
that prireR coming in'" Am? ?'
port?, unaccompanied i.-. captor war?
ships, have the right
loi e enough to make I i roaelvi
American net! ralit)
.".ir tho Appam into Hampton
Rotda, tho court ?ay.?, and neither Ihe
ancient treaties reliad opon by Lieu*
toniint Btrg;, tin1 German prize erra?
mander. the Hague conventions nor
the Ileclaration of London (
any belligerents to make American
port,*? a place for deposit of prize?? as j
spoils of war under such eircuni-?
"The principles o' international
law." the opinion add?, "letving the ;
treaty aside, will not permit the uort? '?
of the I'nited States to he thus used '
bv the belligerent?. If such use were
permitted, it would constitute the
ports of a neutral nation harbors of
safety into which pri/.es might be
aafely brought and iadtfinitely kept.
Not Sanctioned by Treat?
"We cannot avoid tha conclusion'
thai in thus making u?e of an An.en
can por? there ?as a clear broach of
??cutral rights of this government a*
recognized under principles of inter?
national law governing ?he obligation?
of neutrals, and that sucn use of one
of our ports was in nowise sanctioned
bv the treaty of IT?."
Bight tu aaylaat IB American waters
until the w?r ends, or, failing that, le
havi? disposition of the vessel arid cargo
determined by ?he State Department
and (?ermaii government, was claimed
by the German captor*.
In an admiralty libel suit, attaching
the Appam and her cargo, the B
and African Steamship Company. Brit?
ish ownars, sought, rtataataaitn. They
?lenied that German-American treaties ,
or international lav. gave the German
claimants authority to retain thr ?
The British owners weie successful In
the lower court. Return of vessel and
cargo was ordered in -luiy, 1911
Jaagc Waddill, who decid? d
Appam, having violated United E > ?
neutrality, must be treated "as filian
doiied and stranded upon our shore.?"
and the owners "entitled to restitution
of ?heir property."
Tpon appeal to the Supreme ('our*
bond of $2.000,000 ?a? ?riven hy the
German claimants to retain po??r
Receipts of $6,11,00?) from court ?ale o'
periahthla cargo hate beta bald by tha
lover court awaiting the Suprem?
Court'.? final decision.
I'. S. Government Intervened
*iTieiican government intervened
? uroceedinii : iend
nf the ?our* Ihe State Department had
ruled that its const met ion of the
i lioes not give Germany "the
right to deposit spoils i
Americaii port "
The treaty c!a SOS
German claimant? relied
clare? that the "vete?la of war. public
and private, or both partie- I
freely . . I ? ils t
taken from enemies, imr
shall *uch pnr.es tie arrestad, eat i
or put under leghl pitasetl
I be Appam Was app' ? II
000 She is 440 faet long and ol 7,800
?j : i ? . He' <argo, from the Weal Afri?
can coas?, was eatimated a' l"
? 000 and * ' 00 1,000. In adi
tbaal Sl.OOO.ildO .1, gold ball '
ported to ha??- ? . off by the
The Anpam'- eaptnri girded
or.? of ? h?" mo?' et ex?
the war. Intercepted ol
Madeira lalandi whil? en root? from
Africa ? ' 1 - ? : i i o I tonanl liana
Herir aid in? pria? era*? of twanty*twe
laea ran ? in ?eaael sfle? milei lo
por? New?, arriving February I,
Bomba ?vele placed throughout thi
rel and the VCBBel'l CTtt "' ?In
a'id al?o .160 passengers wen ?.?
dar ?uhject ion b.> ' I
?o blow up the ship.
German Reservist Must
Stand Trial at Boston
Supreme Court Rules Against
Werner Horn, Dynamiter
U ??mug'un. March I Wernei
Horn, the German reaervial lieutenant
dynamited 'h- International
bridxe near Vancboio, Me. In I91f
?o-iia-, .'.- ? h I al., ., eel )"'
U.e Supreme ?'ourt, anj ?a.!, b? ?? tj
??land trial a? Beaten foi
' ran-.poria* ion of a plttittl '?'
flk? atari did ? I da d? h* or n'a
Cttttttite tlui?. m a be.liger? '
against Canada hi? Germ?t arm-, eonj?
mission exempted him from An.'rum
proaacution and made turn ataishabU
etty lr. the State Department
Hart ata arreated at Vaaceb? re and
admitted the ?hnamiting, declaring he
was f;r?? lletteaant In the German
a| ?*ar m ,i '
I I.at Hr.r i.u/ri a l,n n a-,
army i>ff;rr-r. i? punishable for infrac*
Uta of United Statte ? vil law al?
though upan an etterpria? againal an
aaemy tf Gtrmtny, m contended bj
the '??part-pent of Just'??- |.M -
authority f?r.r*, ai avtwal "f ti-i|".n
?ilnlitv by ?he (Mermar gartrnmeat for
Horn'a arts was air') ?et Bp ?
Surety Co. to Aid Belgians
William | Jfiyce, pfttldttl tf th?
N'ational .Sur?'tj Ctaaptpy aid ? mem
bar of th? Kooky iftuttaia ( lui
Btatjatd yeeterda] tl 14.000 rep?
rtttatttivei ?f t>??> ati panj had v,i
gian relief wtri I ? I ;,t
employ? Iher < orpoi aliona
*<j\i'.'l he williag to do the -ante Hung.,
Mexico's "Lost Provinces" As Herr Zimmermann
Texas, New Mexia ai '. Ari ona, ev.-ept the f.arisflci Purchaae, were ndad to the Unit?*-' State? in 1S4S in
return for $15,000,000 and payment by th? United State? ef claims against Mexico of ?w.on'Vifio and
The Gad den Purchase ? to the United State? in l?-';4 in return for sio.oon.nnn.
B] R0BEH1 M. koiidi:
Ti fie, never-nerer land? lie li?e
blurs on the map of Europe P'ila'id,
ripped ruthlessly nnar' end parcelled
out among alien?; Alsare-Lorrnine. us
French heart bleeding, driven after a
? lecudes of (?erman domination
into a fratricidal War; Sehlesw ig-llol
where Teuton rules Dane by
right of might, no*?,. Relgium. trampled
down under the hobnail? of marching
Americans have been eecustonod to
accept the "lost province" ai I calum
itous political freak peculiar to the
Old World. So il has remained for
Herr Zimmermann, getting his perspec?
tive Hum Hrr'.in. to see that the map
.,, North Amer.ra ??n't so unlike.
Hurope's, after all.
Herr Ximmermanri summed
r?suits of his politico-geographical
f.irvey whin, in hi? recent sympathetic
communication to General 4'arransa. he
promised the Kaiser'? .-ml in restoung
'.i Mexico the "lost province" of Texas,
New Mexico tnd Arizona."
What General ?arranra ought to do
in *ihe way of returning 'o the I'mted
States the $l?,c.'iO/.0<. received for the
aforeeeid "lost province?'' hi Mexico
m the days before leal estate booms
hud hit the Kio Grande doc? not ap
peer in as much or Herr Zimmermann
note a? Washington hus *hu? fa
offetcl for publicetien.
History in Order
Perhaps a bit of history il
It appem from the record?. tliT
thai Mexico found ?ach of tho "pro*
inces" m ??ai in liandiul befor?
Province Ko, i Texaa r.s.l beei
??-ttWd eh efl-> troni fl.e Uaitod
by virtue of a lar.il great made t?
Stephen Austin in ItZO. The elea? tiei
between the Texaas and the Mexican?
?re well severed in history. The inci?
den' of the Alamo .as the Wilsonian
phr?ne ?would K.r?_? if. were the occur?
rence contemporaneous i may be taken
as an illustration.
Texas seceded ia IIM. Her admis?
mon into th?"? '.'mon nine yean later
l?d to the Mexican War of 184?i. Be?
tween them General? Taylor, Scotland
Keel By made short work of Santa
Anna's armies. United States troops
held Mexuo City. Texas. Near Mexico
and much oiher Mexican territory, and
the Pa ci tiu ?n'iadron. backing up the
land enterprise of John Fremont, held
l'pper Californie under its guns.
German ??fidelity, following ?o clean
cut a militai j rietery, might have
effected a better bargain. Put the
Yankee conquistadors, besides giving
the $15,0o?,000 '.. impoverished Mes
ico in eoaeidemtion of ihe cetsion of
rexes, New Mexico and t'ppei I'ali
fornia ay th? u*ay, why ?i?<ln * | be
Quixotic Hen Zimmermann ot?ei te de
Bomething about poor, "lost"' Cali- '
I fornia. too*', loo?, '.rom Mexico
ahtaldtra the burden of debts owed I
Mexico'? patriotic claim on Mew Me.
ico la lihetriee lomtwhat thteti
territory ivn held in fee it*| ?
Indiana Navajea, Ctmi
' littd it; and the Ir.d'ati? continu?
to diapnta ptiteeeien pretty contin
Boasly up to the rime the Guad
Hidalgo Treaty art? *-:. er r : ?^ ? ! n-id T'ncl
| Stm*a '! 5,000, 00
Cllf DwtUtft There
Arizona was in ptataatitfl
cuff rhrtllen when thi I J came
But the invaders didn't atay lor.f
enough to become imbued ?vi*h thai
lo' a far the land upon which mo?i o!
the trtgtdy ot* a "lo.-t province' i?
huilded. Anyhow, il waaat thht atrt
of land Durtag the MeMcati War of
Independence the ?ojnumr-r? from the
south abandoned all their settlements
except iu bas and Tacata, and th?
' ..m- ad prartic.il'. withdrawn by
the I ' ' I ItS. Thus it appeal- |
if then are any to-day in Arirona who
yrarn ;?r reannexation to the mother?
land. Mexico, they are deecendtd from
the i .ft dwellera.
An? how Wta Arizona "loat*' to Mex?
ico Arittaa, whose preeent plight ??
a member of thr (Jaita eauaea gtnertui
Gtrmaai auch buen mental suffering''
Oh, ye?' The part el the ?tute north
of the Gila waa eeded te the United
Mate? m me New Mexieo parchase
The res*.' Houglit an.i paid ?"or, I!?rr
Zimmermann, in the Gadaden Pur?
chase of III
City Piers to U. S.
To Aid in Defence
Docks May Be Used for Mili?
tary or Naval Purposes
a Formel sffei of the ass of the utr
piers for military and naval purpc.?e?
was made yesterday by Mayor Mitcl.el
m a lettei to Pi.' ' V.'ilion The
letter follow? :
"I hereby otfei foi temporary use by
?my and navy recreation piers and
inch other elty owned alors se me.- be
available ai.u desired by the govern
ment ..? itatiOBS for arming and
equipping patrol and other auxiliary
v?asele, end for any other mil'tary and
naval purposes ??, which the govern?
ment may deem them adaptable. I hs'.e
Breed 'he detain of the proposed
.-? moni *.. ,; commendeal of the
-. mil In Hrook!; '? ?"
The Meyer call?.I ? specie! meeting
Binhini Fund l inn ?-ion at
this resolution was adopted:
"That subject te 'he provlsie
bs Mayor be authorized to offer
??i the ?':? ioenl -:.- temperare use fot
tory and naval purpose? of the roc?
?n piei i i nd auch othei eil > owned
? o by 'he govern
? a ii ?' pi . '
Depot) I emmisaionei Kaibach of the
tning Deportment, ai \..
- mna ene ? former ?"tirer o1* the
made a ?111 rey f th?
Classes Doubled by Break
Nearly All Evening School
Students of German Birth
M Ii Evening lebeel
es offering iaetruetiens in the
prineipl? - of Amerieen government
have noerly doubled in sise since the
diplomatic break with Qermaay.
D? ipite the feel 'ha' pro Gorman
pathies heve been releed lou
the war bit-fan,
neurly M per cent of .he ndult? in the
mi ;? eneble them to become
American citisens, sre of German birth.
One Gennaa complained to-day to a
teachei In ? eitisenship class that he
r.ad ?pent mor?- than 1100 In h is elf
te get h'? trial paper He ,nid that hr
d ?1 not regret ip? ding the money, but
?u lihed troubling hie friends, whom he
had called upon to be I I ipeia iei -
Navy Must Be Built Up,
Admiral Fiske Declares
Arming of Merchantmen Not
Enough, He Says
The arming Of l'nited State? mar
chantmen erlfi net relieve the serious
?iiuat'on which confronti *iie notion
on th.? ???*. in the opinion of Rrar Ad
\ i I ike, retiree], who
spohe ? ??-'. i?iiiv at the luncheon of the
boar?) of trustees of 'he American Dr.
fence Society at -?'< Broad Btreel
Whn? ii reelh needed In the prei
etit erisis, Admiral I be said, is the
immedia'?- devoloumeol <>f ?he I'mleH
State? Nav I declared, i now
far laforiei ... po4*ei to Germany
Admiral v ih< dlsconated the theory
thet the COUntrj ?-?a *afe from ??tar.
by (?erman wii h'n*.
Colleges Will Furnish
Marine Corps Officers
Student? to Hold Commissions
During Year of Instruction
i hietga, March I Btudenti of thi
?aivertitie? tf Wieetatin, lllinoit.
Minnesota. (?mo. Mi.?so.in. Ohio Sta'e
rait) and Kansas Agricultural
aad itdietl ealtefta will be offered
cammiatitaa a? secoml lieutenant,? in
'ne I r.ited Statte Marine Corp-, it was
announced here to-day
The student?. I Bfrl I u .lliam '
Brack??',', ?-aid, ?Tall receive thtil Bttt*
?nission.s about July i and men enter
an officer?' trainir.'; Bthttl ftf B year
af in traetien. They will receive full
Military acad?mie? which will prat?
, bly bo aattd te furnish nflieer? aie
Rhtttuea Behetl, Paribtult, Minn.; St
.lohn? academy, Dtltfitld, Wl , tad
Aeademy, ( - er, Ind.
Columbia Will Hold
Defence Rally To-day
Organization of Officer?'
Training Corps To Be Started
Columbia ita?enta a-ill have a mass
BBtttiagJ on the campus to-daf to ?tart
the argttiattica of a training corps
for the Offieere' Reaerv? Corps. The
speskers will he .lames I ?untie Living*
?'on. an alumnua and traetee; Robert
R. 0*LtUghlin, crew captain. and
Themai G. McCarthy, ehairmaa of 'he
One hundred Bad fifty ?ttdttt? began
drilling yaattrdap, tad II i< estimated
thtt there will be enough in 'ho rorp.?
?o be formed to organize it as a bat?
talion. Major Georjre i,. ( echraa, <>f
?he National Guard, an alumnus of the
university, has been designated by Ad
luttnt General Sttteebury to ha"?
? barge o' the instruction I> \V. Ral
Itta, a graduate of Wtet l'oint, took
pa i ? ? drill ?tetaraay.
Training will be given lor the prep
aratlon of engineers, line officer?. : aval
and aero nanti? officer? Bad fei iai?
tary service. S? o:n?n ?tudent? ??ill be
instructed in Red Crete work.
Connecticut to Buy Land
On Sound for Aero Station
i.i - dtflt te Btep taken by a
state government toward fulf'ilnii n' tf
the plun for aerial coast patrol recom?
mended by Rear Admiral Robert K
l*ear>, ? i... riiati of the Aerial Coast
, Patrol Ctauaiaalta, Wta made yeater*
day in llaitforii, ? mm.
A hi!; praviding for **-,*> parcha
a tract o] land at Wtttptlt, fono, on
Leng Island Sound, 'or use hi a naval
aviation ?tation was recommended bv
State I'aik loinniuiion. It was
-ilmltted in Genera! Assembly ye?,ter
day and m th? House, and under Ita*
? pension of the rules wa adopted with
Admiral Peary*? plan call? fa
lariea of lying etatiaa along ?he coast.
So far tlie only eoan'.al centre? are the
Federal pt?( at Pensaeela. the private
? at Miami, a handful of dilator-,
lliei? at Pain Riaeh, the Nuv.il Militia
rentre at Bnyshore Long I?land: the
' lieadrjuarter?, of the lit Volunteer
A'-nal Coaat I'atrol at Ron Waahing
'on. Long laland, and Wrstpurt, which
Il as yet a tract of land
1 ' ? ritiatn? of I'ortland. Mi . in 191ft
lalaerl a fund of $10.000 tor the estub
ienl af a natroi unit. Portland
notified Secretary l>?nial? who [?rom
???d bli oo"perati?m There th" mat
Are Offered U. S.
At $39,000 Apiece
Curtiss Firm's $47,000 Bid Is
Lowest for Single Dirigible
ngtei, March ? B i
.,r more non-rigid dil i| " '
-nips for coait and harbor patrol ?vork,
..;??:.?-j ?o-day by the Nuv> Department,
. ,i i.rTers from '.v.- enmpan ieB,
with in-.. - foi one sirship n
<. ! .-... to 147,001 "
in 120 .
rhe Curtiss Aeroplene ? empei
Rnffalo. offered to build one mnehine
? oi 147,000, or four at 140,000 eech; I -
?iood.Hh Compon] of Abren, Ohio,one
.'or 141,000, or two a1 M1,0M each; lbs
Connecticut Aircraft Company, of Neu
Heven, on? for 147*000, or up to eight
M |80,'100 each; the Goedyoer Tire and
Rubber Company, of Akron. Ohio, one
tor V">0,000, with price- graduating
down lor an increased number to Jin,
M0 each in eacess of eight, and A. E.
Knubcnsnue, of New l'en City, offered
one for sir,*.?'..
The machines are designed to op.-r
ate from shore ba?e^, but could res! "ii
the surface of the water in good wee! li?
er. Th.? gas ?.airs arid he 100 feet in
length as :>' feet in diameter, or an
0V01 all height of BO feet from the hoi
torn of the 'ar to the top ef the gas
Eech dirigible e .11 can j twe
and he BOjUipped for radio eommumca
t en. They ?ill have 100>horaopower
motors, a safe al'itude limit Of 7.000
feet, and at WO feel a ma.xmr.in. -peed
of forty-five mile? an hour fei I - i.
Bill Passes Senate
Brown Say?. State Will Not
Have to Pay Whole Sum
I . -1
Albany, March ?>. The
i io-day Senator Henry M
Safe's lull appropriating $1,000,000 for
''compensation and OXfOfOOtT in con?
nection erlth the leisure of ?he Rock
ewey.Pacifte Realty Company's land
a; Rochuwuj for the Federn! govern*
ment'j fortifient .on?, project in Ja?
maica Bay. Only Senator (irorj? F.
Ihompson ?oted against the bill.
Senator Klon It. Hrown, majority
leader, told the Senate that the ?I,
onO.OitO probably would no' he needed
in total beCOUSe the Federal "fOYirn
ment had promised to pay |705,0O0 for
Military Camp Training ,
For Boys of 19 Approved
Assembly Committee Will Re?
port Bill Favorably
I T? . ,; ' ? ? T-. MB
v IB) , March "'.. UeutOUUnl < olo.
net Frederick A. ?belle, chairman of I
' ? I emblj Committee ?>n Military I
Affair?, ild to ?!?- 'ha' the commit?
tee would report favorably the Mchuv
?-. M Meyer hill, ptovuimg eompuls
.?I \ ?umtncr ri,mp military training for
four week? ol nineteen-year ..Id boy?,
linleSI an investigation diecloees ?nine
hindrance m the Federal ( ei il I
? 11 ? ? i i : .- 4.!'. soot? ? be l'" *
II will complet, th.? training of I
rbe befare nineteen and after
I ai s teen ir? t?. be trelned aadet thai
Mrs. Catt from
Suffragist's Action Too
Drastic for Woman's
12 Senators Praised
Opponents of Armed Neutral?
ity Invited to Tell Rea
sons for Tactics
Mr? Carrie Chapman Catt was
dropped from the ror>tcr of officer? of
the Wtmtn'l I'eace Partv of New York
a* the annaal election held at 11 Baal
Ftrtj fturl Strati |ht
When the slat? for election of offi
cera aaa tatted lire. Catt appeared a*
a candidate for reelection as honorary
? icc.pt. A motion was eurrt?d
thnt no on?? should be elected whose
.,? b t'aci' ? ? i deebl II
wa? then charged that Mrs. Cat!
not eligible, because a? the head tf
the National Woman's Saffrtgt party
I bad -'ood lor renderini* service to
the country in ca?p of war. without re
territg the ?raeetitn to a referendum
vote of the party, as prtvidtd by ;iie
conititutton. lier name was then
Henry Villtrd ate reelected
honorary chairman and Cryttal F.ait
araa reflected chairman. Mi
Pinehet, Mr.. Jama? P. Warbatae
and Mi?s Madeleine /.. Dotv ?rare
? ? vice-chairmen. Honorary vice?
men elected weir lira, Clara
' lemea? Qabrfle-aitaeh, Mit. Maurice
dajt Hal?', Miss BUtn N. ?.a Mott,
Mis. Marie JtBDty Ho.1.". Mia?? Mary
Mrs. Marian Creig Wtatwtrth,
Mrs. Anna Strttnthy Walling, Mrs. John
Roger?, Mita Zona da.e, Mra. I hat
otte Perfcin? Gifman aad Mra. Pltreae?
Senators ftebtd tt Speak
aten whe preveated the passas?
of the armed neutrality bill were
by the Emergeacy
I'eace ! aderatien te speak at a mass
Bff to be hold at. Carnegie Hall
rrttr night. The occasion is to
be known as "Congressional Night."
The purpose ? to show th.-.t the Sea?
Bttre, in blOChing the bill, "did repre?
sent opin.on other than their own."
The federation yeettrdty set.: thi*
telegram to Senator? La Follette.
deairei :" ? tutaa? ?ta grateful rtci .
n mon of the couragu tad dttotion
th h Ich "i hat i lerved < he cause
? ee and democracy. We believe
you rtarttani ? raal thtofh unknown
numbtl t? American!* whose eamest
deaire it is that thi? country should
not be drawn Into war, directly or in?
!'o Staattra Vardaman. Kirbv
I tat, Gronna. Work?. ?.?'Gorman
Clapp. Cummin? and Jones a similar
???legrar:! was sent.
\ction Is ('raised
Rebecca Shelly, -"cretary of the 1 pri?
erai ion, ?aid; "These m?n took a -'and
ahieh required, Ht !'-a?t m many case?,
B high degree of moral courage. To
stand out in such an hour as this
??min?t the ?-?.pressed aril] of the Chief
Sea*fiatrete is not, un easy thing to do."
I'avid Stair Jordan, chancellor of
I.eland Stanford I'mversity. tele*
graphed the Federation yeeterday:
"liven ?f an American vessel with
Americana an it atre ?lestroyed, ?I
nti be a uflacienl rtatta for
, ; g the entire nation into a w ..>?
voiild involve us m diaputing
1 ,-i'man plan
el' an empire to the l'ersai. Qt '
Russia's title to Constantinople. Ko
nation at war can be a true democ
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Minnesota Senator Declares
for American Rights and
Armed Neutrality Bill
Ii..? Ttia Trinianr K-.iraa i
Waihlngton, March 6. Four pro
(ierman pacir.?'. pasto:; of raribault,
Minn., got a lecture on Amencanum
from Senator i-ran?- B. KellouE, of
t.ruMt-buBting; fam?. in reply to their.
effort to ibOW him that public senti?
ment in Minne?:ota up.* for peace at any
\t..c. Sena'cr Ke!!o?ir ?*? ro'e 'o the'
Rev, Y. K. Me srbaehtol, pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal < n irrrt a? Kan
bault, as follow ? :
"F received ;. o.r letter a'-king tha' I
ergs disapproval of deleg^at-in?* to the
President power ?o declare war anil
lUng ajjainbt the protection of
American citizen? travailing on Ameri.
can or ui .triil ships carrying contra
ihip Of e belligeref.t
r.a* on. and -.?'nirfr that I fever ?n ti
-. i?ory referendum iWor? a deciento
"There has been no prnpo'il mi?
and there will be none, to ?..'.hint
the President to declare v?r, but
shall certainly vote for an armed r.c.
"? will not vote t.? prevent Amfr.c.r
fiom travelling on the >ea.< m to clef?
?he oceans to American commerce.
"I ?hall never lend my influence :?
make this great and eallgbtoned itmc
racy the firbt nation lo tehc ihe hub
ward step an?! eleoo the ocean at i*i
request of anv or all be?iptrer. ;-?
"I w.il not \oi? 'or a | r f? rendir, o
the question of war or of whether t' i
coun'ry will protect it? eitiseua T1"?
Constitution place?? the p?\?er ?n?J ft
?.ponsibility of declaring ??hi ia C'en
"The peopl?. of Minaeoi '? ? iSSsd ?
one of tneir Senator! to rote upon that
? l usti?n, and if the unfortunate OtO?
?it?: should arise I propu-c to do it.
"I shall, of course, de snjrthiSf I
honorably can do *o pre- ent nvolv't
this country in war, und one ?f ')*
greate?t needs is lmmed'ately to pnt?
pare for the def. nee of the c o an try
and the prote.'ion of American taw
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