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You LXXX1 \o. 27,44J
<r?m>iifthi, it)!>'j
\?'Tv Urk Iriluii,,. l,
tVie Truth; News
ntonday JANUARY 19^
EditoriaJs A dvertisements
T Tl E W K A T II E R
Fair ,unt cold to-day; fair "ith n-i
fcinperatrtre fo-morrow; ir,-ii
norfhwesl ? Indi
I i n Rri. i .... i- ..
r mi i i i N ..
(V111,; n
! Ol li ? E>
foison ltuin
Kills 2 More;
Toll Now 25
score- Vrc Stricken;
Wonian Victim Found in
Subway Clutching Bot
tl? ;?- Old Year Ends
Main Rcvelers Vrr
Seiil to Hospitals
Seven Dio in Chicago, Two
in Vliuneapolis, Onr in
\iiii \rbor From Liquor
- t ?? ?,'" I rj r.
el bral ion o " Xew
city. brought the
? ? . froti wood
i rda; .
to hospitals
or rcqti -
.? - rgcons. The
mf o * ' patients ia
. , ... .... .-? througho .'
??- ,; I , ? man; I ? ?
? ' ' ? g ? "
?-..-- o ' '
t to * foi ""? '>'-. ar' .
? ? ? ?, ?. rcady to adm ?
thal ? ..- thcni
t hop?
'? - ;.. ' -i. ?;.'(,.? f>r-,\
? ?'??? ever, thous :
..'. a ? I
more ; -.,-. tl ,
" en x'^- Y? ar'n ' ?
ild h il <?? ? ;, thought
SVabhington Square Kaided
al o h> thi
1 ? a Washing
. . Black ' at,
if ? t are or '?'?
? . ? ?? that waa
oth. .- ? ? ? .
I'-i ?-' ? .
. > cafe,
tho
> :
....
II '
Poisdi
linp i
can
j
,. ho
Vork'
- ; i ar, ac
, d bj 1 he
???
\lichi< cport.s fr,
' ' ' ? e plenty
o i ?... ndrii
... alcohol
m the
''???' t
' ' ' ? thi "??",;
- ? ' ?
'
- rom oi K. Q.
' ' ? " ohibition i nforct
C'aroiina
v.--v *!
?*
r rivilcgcd
';. ??. Werc co:.
plain - y tha! i o
arrcsted despitc
'. c ' '
ig place along thp
. sed to the doors,
obtained for
..;,. . ? . e i o1
? ? hopinj ?- a
? <?? table.
Nobod\ -MrM-ly Parched
?J-"r' ?<- --.,\ no evidi n< ' ?
in any of the
? idenoe rither
i ted ??: his bi ?
. . ? .-. * I ? ., f i r\ r. ,?..
. ' '??: -. ;;; -
? .- to the d
ls to tiic ainers,
? thei way. 1 hey
. ? emselves.
who set out to
? > a Proa.'r ay
', .; ; % alcoholic
ip hu pockets
? .-. leaving a
age and waste.
... urprising
? . .
proprictors
'? g voul . ioi
, . thc sourci
Chicago Bandits Usher In
1922 With Many Crimes
K'!! Storekeeper, Kidnap Two
^ples ir, \nt,t an<j k0i,
?Ihim ?? shMMKMn Gerns
, ,.., . . . - '-'"?' <?? "iiiib
? ' ?? 1. . Fn,t day of
wa marl ed
-r i . " ' ' crimes. including thc
I i man and thr
d it $10 100 from
?y.Z ' were arrested
? " . ' ' ' " o put a stop to the
i il and fatal
- ,*o bandits
?? to-day. 1 he robbcrs
?*'..' ' ?? ??'< ehael Rosenbi rg,
ih, ?! ? intercepted by
'ttirnii
> N
? - ? ' .., they were
in an automobile from
i \.?, ,. ? '-.;,. automoDiie irom
??'?,.; " celc iration and Vobbed
>;:.: p ? *:%ooo.
ipo! ?' hold-up men came .
. ivering, tc
._' *' ? ? ?- ',-, ati
Mount Vernon9s Mayor
Cuts His Salary $500
Edwin W. Fiake, whom the
Democrats elected Mayor of
Mount Vernon for the ninth time
lasl tail. Rtartcd in hi:-: term ves
tcrday with ,-. New Y<>arV reso?
lution to reduce the Mayor's sal?
ary from 85,000 to $4,500. What \
more, he carried out his resolu?
tion.
His ninth terra in oflii e,' M.
would >.<? characterized by econ
omy, efficiency and servico. To
that end )w has appointed so\rn
women to posts in his cabinct.
? _
Sproul Mav Go
To Senate in
Penrose's Place
Partv Leaders in Washing
ton Urge Immediate \c
lion Fhal Vdministration
May Not Kovr Sinslo Vole
Term Has Year to Run
m
Bod) of Veteran Republic*
\rrives in Pluladclpliia;
Funeral Plang Not \[adc
PHILADELPHIA. ,1 ? ?-. 1. -The death
iv Senato Penro ic la 7 night in Wash
c Rcpubb'cai orgat ;. 3
1 ent : Ivat ia thout toader
? ? P ai d .:? a ? I aol ic 1 ot dit ion ?
' ?? ' ial primai cli ctii n n. ' ??
off. Furthermorc it leaves the Ma ir
: ? . ' rc ' " ntod ?: tlie I'uilei
State Si nate, bec tu >c Si ati ? '
? ( ow ' ? I./- ? ? n :.;(?-: poor 1
l hat he hae beer unable to remain n
Wathingtoi
The bo ? r, Pei - ? ?? for years
the chicl polil ici I gurc of Penni ; I -
vania ard ? ne of <? ? nn I p >wcrful
1 ???? :- lhe Republican party, arrived
' erc to daj. lt ??..-,, accompanicd b; L.
C ? I aj '?? ir, .. ? cc rctarj. and I vc
r.urs " i c.v ? pre on h md to v'-r,.;, (
"'? '"r ?: ' ' ' ? 01 3 death had
??; ""'. a : tnall cirele in. Phila
["o ci;.; t ? body ? ;. it the b g housr
thal ad bee his bacholoi quarter, Fi 1
--? : : eai -. .?? ;>; 1:: 1 c; ,1 ;ciaion as ti t e
' uneral nrran$<e! tenti . y, accordai cc
"".' " the wil !i" r .nrr }aed v . tho Scna
tor before his death, therc waa no
ostentation. Crepe rras not oven placod
i . ? doi
Sproul Lrged to Vct at Oncc
T.or Sproul alr< adv I a
??"> * ;';' ? ?."?? - - rj mv
' ?" . ? '' ?-' ' ' " ;. .: iVlvC Oi
thi ? 1 ? responi ibU part lead >v 1 at I
Vi ? ingtor tad been tn touch ? I
; -' or. ? jel Icadei . ';? wa* :-;;:
mated, included members of the Ad
n ' ' ration it -if. The Go^ 1 rnor v aa |
urg< ?'. to avoid ;t;: unnec< 1 sary dcla- .
: ? :-- t>n ? ? upon '.: tl at com '
the Senate were si ch that 1 he
tratiot wanted tu be in posj
t on i" count upoi every possiblc vote.
Ti.< reforc it is to bc ( xpected I hat Go' ?
crnor Sproul will ? ..-..- to till thi va
cancy at I hc cai-lic 10K! il Ic momi 1 t.
liut what man v ::i b named to fill
'hc vacar.cy? wa; lhe question asked bn
politician , of 1 very grade to-da: ? I" :
roply il -.i-;. . h arned that Go\"ritor
Sproul is being urged to take thr va
cant sca i hu ? If, and it may bc said
witl authority that there is more than
an even chance that hc may do so.
})r. Sproul ha i about one year I
scr c ;.- Goveri or. I' ? wi n to 1 -
, '-:i now Licutenant Governor Bcid e
77-H.n would succeed ii.:;' and make the
appointinent to the Senate. The ap
poii tee will servc until next Dccei
ber. ' lit ineanwhile Pennsylvania will
nominate two United States Senatorn
;ii. the May primary and p.Ject them
ne? 1 No1 embc 1 ;.- ucce soi 7" Scni
toi Knox and Senator Penroae.
When Se~)T<i<-~- Ktio:> died Lherc was
.0; e taik of the Governor quitting his
post to go i" Washington, bul Mr.
s- ,.??; ia d he ?? ould not thi] ;. 1"' I
1 :','.:v 0. But ?-.'!'?? , his friends point
ou*. conditions ar,- diffcrcnt. In ap
pointing Senator Crow t" the Senate j
the organization liquidated .-. long
anding debl and made it possiblc ?f-'"
Mr. Crow to achieve his life's ambition.
Then, too, the placc held by Sena or
Kr.ox. according to organization c ? .
belonged to the westcrn end of I; e
state.
Party Conditions Causual
rt may be '.aid that Governor Sproul
does not approve of such an expedient:
to which he would bc forced were hc
per >onally ambitiou? to tak^ Senator
I'enrose'a place, but he, too, rccognizes
a condition ot aft'airs in tht' state and
:-- Washington which may :::1ijr;H-<7
him to ta 'cc that stej.
Organization rule it. Pennsylvania
has .. >t been conducive 10 tho develop !
(Con'.lnueJ on ?ss? ten)
4Die,27Hurt
ln New Year
Auto Grash
One Burned lo Death and
Two Believcd Mortally
Injured Yf hen Train Hits
Car on Jersey Grossino
Driver killorl When
Machine Tunis Over
\ged Man a Viclim, and
Pedestrian l> Slain bv
Wotorist, Who Flecs
_ l' oui ; ei ii ? ei I illed I ree prob
" '?? ortailj ? and I:wcnl .-..?..
? ' ? uffi n ,, : ,' 01 II" ? ,...,..? o
bi e ' de.nl oi Jci i ro; [< and ???
N'ev Vork yi t,
Lloyd Mcl . ? ? . Uoutci . trce
Pati rson, V. J? 0pi m of Johr Stagg,
former!;, fire cr el , thal cit; .
burned to denth ;" : e presence of
? ' ?? ' dei reekago of a
ing car hc ? ? Ren Haw
ai d % tei . Ri ha .. P. Con
nor , 513 1 ? .-';> street, . nd
" ' -?? 189 Siraight i treet, both
of Pater oi , are Pa saic Hoppit '
with fracturcd kulls. '! he; "...
! mortally hui I ?? ? ? ? -
r a ti a
l rank ':. ::??.. ? ' :. ?? ?; .,- ?
firsi S( rei l: Katherim i-"n io, I6P
Kean c; Sl eel. and Kloi nce , ? ?
:" 5 '?'?;': . I ?, , all ol PaU on, i
? c! i 'ar of thi.??? , bul ift'er,
,".'???. ' ; .'.?',.
",' N rtl ! irei I ? el, llazh toi . pa .
beca r,e d poraj ricrantrc'il nn
?? " ' ? i' ,:' ? ? ...
? ? ' ci. ' ? iii .? hei . .- ? ? -
She . , ., ., ? honl latei
?.'can ?
McCa .. .'
n ? .? from iruh
"?! ecked -? ?. : ?
St. Josi pl II, n ! .
Kcturning From l'ar%
. . ...,.,,..?
i ??;, r eel ivatioi :,' '.'.-.?: ornc '?: ?
'':,"?' ' '. driving. A Lhe i i , ??
? . i uc ? ? Ra oi rl | ?';?;'
? '.? ? . hean ?' e( a tried
thi bi ...:? :>>. : befon i could cl ei
ei ;.?!.,:? -.; -. ., thc tn k, ' i i]
train ,? ' five car ? go ng fortj n
hour struck ,:" machine nnd tui ed ;:
over tlm ,? time . thro ing ?? clear o!
the rails. McCann v.a bui ed under
debrii . < 'onnoi a nd < :;,i k v ei ??
di gged I rom the tonncau i coi ciou
The ? om, n erc throw n into a ditel .
t'ire unvelo ><;i car almo it imme
diatf I; .
..* :?: m -
\5cl Slll ? : d ' '- ' .<? : jl ???., :, cl
aided ?' ? removal .-,",, p ? , -.
Thc ei rcr ?'? r Mi i lick v n pai '?
pai d in by ? ' ? ? . <>?. :
? ' ' - ??' '?'? . " ho ton their ?'.c
? I reds in the tai gled bi u I .
An " e .igal ion ol . , idi nl ,
?-?'?. Patcrso Poi ce l)< pa n ?
menl. Gatcnian James Doole, who v ?
in chai .. ? , ? : ? croi - iaid b ??
galei wen closei \ I en ['.- auto drii ? i
by McCann approached, Dctecti ?
? estigatii g the case i d last i ijrl f I n
gates .show ed no ign of having I ? < n
struck and could nol hi ? bec ? '-.v:t. a;
I.'? erts. Thi y n > .,;.
Saw \iito Too Late
George ?*>crett, <?'' North Patcrson.
Konductoi ii ' th< milk train, 11 id under
% - 'tionin ? % that (he usual
?:;r..: ? ? e givi on i | | roacl in) thc
cro.-i inp ai d that nothing cou d
seen of the automobile until it ap?
pi ar< d dircctlj befo ??? thi < ngine. It
was then too late ' > prcven a colli
sioi A Bimilar i tatement was made by
!' ' r ? . Kav, ol i Igdi nsburg, X. \.. en
ginecr of I o ; rain. Ui aid lhe ma
chine wa - nol i o e I; an i tj fi e.l away
av it. li ?? applied the
ei crgencj brakes and I lought hi train
!':''' - lowi d to about '.'?''>..i mile ?? '?,<'.
' ] <? cra; :: can i
Anot her fal ality ? ??, u ??-, ,; ?., , ? ...
to iring car I rned turt'e on thc Mud
son Ik'UM" ard, < < ov; e Sch yer twenl v
? : an old, who ' ?., . :.. Palii ade
Avenue and Twentieth Street, U'est
New Vork, was instanth killi d. Mii
Ros, I... ? ??: , ? -. ( ty-tlirci \ cars old,
of 068 I'y c - Placi . W'csl '<< ,v Vork.
luffered a fracturcd skull and ia .< .'
ti ? ii; . Alberl Inau n tv, enty
? ' ? . rJ :?:-. er s nd owner of ( hc mach i ic
? ives at I 60 Tv enty-third -': r, et,
Nov Vi rl . .. '-' Lydia Millc, of
Cambridgc Avenue and Uowers Street,
Jersej : ".; . were inji red. li auen '??;,'?
later arre li d, charged il -. an
aughtcr.
.Says Track Hit Car
tr auen, qi <? stioned by di tecti ( .,
said his car \ ... Htruck in thc rear b^?
a motor iruck, which turned it over
and sped aw y. Thc police say the car
showed no iign <?' having been struck
i.C*nllnued on psje <!??,)
Woman, 67, Starving, Pleads
Proudly, "Don't Tell Anybodv"
>? s. Catl erir.e Elliot, a white-haired,
timid-voiced woman, was rcmoved yes?
terday by Di. 11. B. Sutton, arnbulance j
surgeon of New York Hospital, from
the rooming house of Mrs. Josephine |
Early, 330 East Nineteenth Street, on
the verge of starvation. She had been
without food four day...
Mrs. Elliot was found by MrE. Early
six weeks agu in a doorway in Nine-j
tccnth Street during a heavy rain.
She was drenched and shivering. Mre.
Early took her home and cared for her
until she appeared to have recovcrea.
Mr . Elliot remained a roomer in the
house, but was retiring in her habita
and little was learned of her circum- ?
stance?.
Early yesterday 'Ir-. Early visited
Mrs. Elliot's ro'>m to wish hor a Happy
New Year. She found her lodger in
bed, apparently ii!. Mrs. Early pro
vided tea, and toast which the invulid
consumed ravenously, saying she felt
much better. Later as Mrs. Elliot did |
not seem to raUy Mrs. Early summoned
Dr. Sutton.. He que.stioned the sick j
woman, who reluctantly admitted tha:
ahc had been without food sincc
*\ ednesday.
"PlcasCj doctor, if it-5 r ? against ,.v'r
rules, don't tei! anybody," ;hc paticnt
pleaded, adding, "all I have left ia
my self-rcspcct."
Dr. Sutton at oncc ordcrcd her re
moved lo Bcllcvue Hospital, where t;hc
lapscd i. to :. comn, Late in the day it
? as said . hc had i hown improve nent,
but ? -- ;-,::i ;oo wcak to tell mucl
about '. ers ilf.
It was learned that Mrx. Elliot, who
sixty-seven years old, had been em
ployed as ;. gownmaker, but that of
late shi could not !:nd work. As the
holidays approached she exhaustcd her
???' was at the end of a day's
futi i earch for work when seized
with chills in a rainstorm. It was then
'hat Mrs. Early discovered her and
took I er home.
Phy jician.j said la I nig 7: that Mrs.
Elliot showed the effects a Ion- period
of undernouri hment. An acquaintancc ',
is said b.v the police to have revealed
thal s ? frequcntly -ubsiHted for weeks
on brcaii and tea, When removed from l
the room ing house Mrs. Elliot ; aid she
was without money, but added,
proudlj :
"1 have been promised work for the ;
;econd week in January, so I shall be |
ull right. This is a momentary weak- '
llouflitll?I h<? ?,<.nins of l.-i-aii*.
XOW?Keith'a I'aMpc.?Ai' '
Vienna Church Choirs
Strike for More Pay
VIENNA, Jan. I. The con
dm tors, musicians and the
choirs in churchce and syna
gogui - went on strike last nighl
for highcr pay. The strlko will
prevent the usual N'ev Year's
mu! ii.
J'ujjmen Strike;
Harbor Tie-Up
Is TJirealened
Boatmen of Two 1 irn?s
>V;?lk Ont io Protest
Vgainst Wage Kcdiieliou:
1 "ion Takes \o \ction
Four Companies Give Tn
\\ orke.i.s fasisl TbaJ The>
Will No! Aecepi lhe 1922
Conlrae! Nom in GAV.et
v :; ikc of harbor ial ?? ? . ?
. to bi coi .. i] v
t'm brcaking wage : :alc i ?
;'"':"' i? ' with I i.loycr or S'at
?:? !a; . bega ui ofti .,"? -. i
" thi ncv year yi ?? day,
oi' two bo ? ? i ? ..
" ? I "'.'"-..' ':" . ... ,: , (] ... cccp,
? K reduclions ai d quit. H ?? .. ? ,
? t str.f 1022.
''"?" craft which th, U-ikci .,
re to ha c b< en bus> all Mev Vear'
' '' . ' t? ? :. -. | ..
01 10(1 , - -?:??. -;,!; Pfja;
? ' ;aptaii v. ??,-.. ?? \<:,.-. 0f
" ?' Lci and Pi ot ' \ 0< I
? '? ' ? 7 "?'. tliat I hc iicv ?? .,, -
'' ' ' : union i ,.i,.i .ou|,|
"? ? " opi niu'vi after m dn -? I ,la ?
' ''. '? anii ihi. .,.?',?:,.
' - '?: ? , to aecc :?' C'apt
la " I'd iot wi :- to ; an ? . h ? lirin
Other Pirms Involvcd
r oLhi i owners, Taj
?;a er ii.!. v : ci d v th a
tuatiu ' ? I ? ? , , [0
l . craft
a .- ? he '. :? : :ale, whic . '. ??
:'.'''? I - " her than the ouc ii
1 ?? ?? ? ? con ;> .nic - cm?>!>>?
,. ' ; ,!.?;,.,
1 ? deelaratio ;.? -,.??-,;?
' ' -' alt .!':?: th. ?ntativo
the marinn cng. ad rtoi io
:???? urn o thi ai ?? -.' ? ,
agrcc ne I ould no bo confu
?? - . .'-. i of the 11!
wcre charge? thi tho rcpre
who hari dcalt ' it! the bo I p
had held a ecrel meeting, i -.
i.. nol repi em ccural :
of the men and that 1 men i
union VIt that. tl ??.- t ? ??: ' bc '??, ?:
i ' the; were Lo rrpud late thi
of the onc-s who negol ??'>?'?
thi '.??-' .
learned I t f i .-,
? ..,' bri ' oiT furthf coiifcroiice
itl the N'es' ',,?]. ; boat Owners'
ccl an .???. Inc, on friday. 0 ,; u
?-..?? ! ?: :, ' apta ? .Ia rr ain
oi iati fn m . c I larboi Ui
d . : ' oflicc
at 11 Moi !?" Sl i ?'??? ihi ; ?? agri :
i eady for Gjnature. l '? ? unio men
??? erc urged to atti natun
without 4 urthi' ? parl ??;? . the tc;ri
: ial on ad bi cn ca rricd ? incc Dc
cembcr 10.
rcrnis Prcsenled \gain
1 . ? ' <? rcfti: ed to d . Oi Sai urda;
I ? ; <-. r a kc d by tr e ow ioi to 1 '?
another iei ii . al vhicli t.hi sann
tern .' were i rcscnted for r Boeond
time, Althoug the engi ni ers' i ep n
. 'i* .?? pl ed the tcrms, tl c ol;'
en would not.
"Our men will not work for :?.";?/ re
ductian of wages," Captain Vfaher said
? ? L.cr lay. " Wc agrcod ??< mong ou r
selvcs a long time ago lhat if we did
not n :eivc the right \> age
? ot " ork. Tbi agrecmenl wai madt
between 7;-" mei and thi ir com mit
tec :
"The union '?. ?. ' ? no Ricial ae
- : yet, but I he men who are told I
ii ir ?;i1--:" ai" to bc reduced : ay that
tlicy wil oi >IT I way. T!tr
unions ? ?? confi rrnce s on ' 7
day, and ? ill ;?.? c a ma; me< :: ? : bc
oro the end oi* the ?<???'.. but v.
? irry to ru h ;.; 0 a trikc."'
Gangster Sfiot Vs itli Own
Gun l>\ Bir<l Man's Wife
^Irs. ?*Huinj?ly'* Jackson Ko'jt?
Two Atlarking llusband ;tt
Hi- < lanar) Shop
llumpty Jackson, who attained cnii
nci ce ii gangdom f '?? ? ? or twei ty
years ago and now : 11 ci uiries and
guinea pigs at 57 La Salle Strci . r,'ii?.
soughl out by foes ; e tcrda; ai : ;
h i cai ary bi rd and ;-": 11 p n .
Theri were two of them and tl ; b<
. . sllOOting ??' 30011 :. ; '-.?;? ...
11ur:7p7; , who wa itanding ir Fronl of
i>i- store with a:: aili c; canary r>e t-.;7<-<i
on hi.- finger.
Mrs. Jackson -an . 1 . lhe sti re ct
sound ?? Is am ei husband's
assaiiar" took to t i.?--: r heels, one of
them throwing away a pistol, as he ran.
Mrs. Jackson picked un the pistol and
fircd it to call t he p dici . she said
?
lic ? ol om if :'ne flceing men
droppc ii. He 1 aid hc ??; s Matt! ev
!'. ii of 113 Audnbon A: enue. Hii
is ;. dangerou one, and hi
take to Ivnickerbo -; ei Hospiti I. J ra n
1 ,11a! an, 1 f 90 La Si llc Stn et, wi
rested ?. . r.:7 companioi in the attnek
:. I '? i::1ip7y.
\ engeance To\um1 to Port
Tugs Retscuc British Battleship
\dritt itt Storm
CHERBOURG, Jan. J 1 By The A.a 0
ciated Press). The British battleship
Vengear e, v hich had been adrift i <
the storm In the English Channel, wai
;.:i-.y towed into this port to-day,
The Vengeance had a ?mall crev
aboard. On P'riday n'ght, while being
towed by tugs to a hipyard to be dis
mantled. ahe broke away and the crew
was unable to gain control. French
naval tugs and other craft spent all
day yesterday trying to find the big
ship 'in the Channel, where she was in
imminent danger of collision or goir.g
aphor?.
i, ^ ? ' ? ????
FL.ORIOA?SKABOAKO \!R t.lSK RY.
...: \ . .. Coas: Resorti 1 onventent BCheri
?;l?. iv... ,n?-^^rT,j,_,or, ?,.(?. \y ?',;. ?A.dvt.
Irish Ready
To Sign With
Reservations
De Valera Faction Said
ro B<- Willing to r\ccept
QualifyingClauseGuard
ing Status aa a Nation
Dail Will Resnme
HcIkiIc To-morrow
Seeming Unity of Puhlic
Opinion for Peacc Part
Hrld a Favorahle Factor
?
buno In,
Mk< lihood o ' u
' ei th? Dail Eire
''.''" ' ' '' '? r da; t ?,,. U] - ..
y ? " !';' i rreaty ?..-,?, increased to
? ? '' nd '?? ; Dublin which aid
' " ' " "*?'??< ' I ' factioi for and
' ;' " a .? were on thc po I
., si ? en . ? c
;': ' I informal i cgoth tioi
;"' '.. lV ? ' : Arthur Griffitl
arc : ' '" i in theii po ition
*?" ?? ' t ?'? u ? he ratified without
: '? "'?' ' ? " hi i ; . .Ic Valera, Sinn
1 ' P" '??" nt, i slil conccrncd , ei
"'"? tho ..,? ot thc Rcpublicai
'""' ement. A po sib e ba is of undcr
??tanding aimed al i cconciling the oj
"''?'? ' ould bc accentai i
thc treatj witl . i ,? daus. .
adopted b< thc Dai] I reai n I safi
"???"'? Ir land' tatu as a nation
":l' ' Itself W ,uld 1 . ?.;., ; .?
thc qua ificatio , n\ tl: ? oi i of a
decli rai io '?? | e Dail,
Aeeoi d ii| to o - . ,-,.? . ' . |er ,.
' i acl oi , e ah :?- I reacl ed
?<? under landing ,, : ;, ...... .
t! e r n pectn e i llowcr > i ace.i pt
" il ' nblc to ace hc Dai
? eet - it.h ;. unit, .; vl%
Public Opinion Big Factor
of I ? - . |,c received
eaiition. ?? ? cr. in ' w, oi Lhi
iiand, uI ? ?? '.., ? . Collin ai I
; ? ifl Lii o | ejudi ??-?'. . curity of
' , ' ' i ' li? ,? , i . and, on the
-? md, thc visiblo ,?? aeity ?? ith
'' ' ' ?.f the ti :. j arc hold
ng ti ir posil ion. \ I '? ?..??,;?.; ? %,,..
al expn ioi
" " ' "?' i-- or of rai ilication are '-,.-.-. ?
Di u ? : . ,", i . seen iu ti i rc: >.:..
Iion Seui ,1 '??'. ? depufj ?(, i
'?'? ? aghan, becau ? tho ?<? fli" o'
?: i : lal o his con I ituents,
? ??) ?':>? ...? treatj <
, I.
V factor \ ui doubtcd ; i.-i driv
:''.'-.' t''?' ? ? ctio towurd a convp ?
mi ? : '??? p oapeel of thc i onsc ?
ui It is feared that
thc Iri: h rc] ubi can ai mj ighl I .'.?
; a ? . ? - ? government wi
i'orcf 'ce ai ' ??
:: ' ?,:. ng , der. fhe c-xi tci ce of
Jai i !;?.%.,?' labor "cil ?-? in arnty" '? ~
fa to ',: ch cai - ol bc ruled o of
con ideration.
' ctivitj ol rhe cxtremc oppo
' ' I ? " thc ; rcat; v a i hown to-day
Du wa po ' I placards
? ?? th, cpublicai proclamation of
'?''?' and I ? anti -cn igration decrce.
i'hei ? ;rowing bodj of o dn or
eci a ? portcnts whic oul,
elcon . ? i ra .:? ?' ? ? . ing De
to yo with ihe old i i:%. trj
i a new i reland.
1 reaty Supporters Encouraged
DUBLIN. Jan. ' i !'., '1 he Assoc -
Pr ? . M mbei ol thc 1 'ii: Ei i eann
?' ho ha1 ? been : pending 1 Hc holiday:
at ' ! ei .' ;' iniCS a rc ',,?;?;:::, ing to ret in
to Dublin for thc rc -umpl ion ??' the
of l e Dail on Tueeday. Dur- \
: ? ? the 1 I \. cek ' i; :; public i pinion '
se, mingly lu - consolidated in favor of i
;!'" peacc t reai y \,;i li i Ireat Bril ain, .
? ? :up]. ers of i:',' i reaty in thc
1 lai i to-da; expressed far more co:: - ?
. ence of 'atification of the document
than at any time t-'incc the debate |
ope iieu.
Theii con serval ive est ??y.-i'y
:,: ,? foi i ajoril y of h;,'.' t ' w elve, and
in petting h ' ' gurc ' hey declare tl il
? hej lea vc out of ccn; idi rat ion t ho I
po -ibility of a con idei'able number
" oppi nc ' of thc I reatj absta'uv
? rom i ing Kstimal c. of the I
-"'.?,:?::? of the peopli hroughoul the I
country on lhi ;? - ui ? : ,-'. from 'i j to
:-:, :?'? ? , ?:. ? favor cf thi I rr:>Ay.
At a meeting of thc ir; h Commer-1
cai Travele I leral at Vlansio
llouse Saturday night, President EIo 1 -
land said with <;?;/: ;-.; to thc 'eutimen'
of thc country on thc question: "There :
Irelai d who knows 1 he i
p: '?,? tl ,? people better than the
commercial travi '??-. and, thereforc, I!
cr.i ?:.- thal '?'?' per cent i>f the pco- i
ple are n fa or of the treatj.''
Out o ; thc local boards throug! -
oui i ? ?oi ii ar.d west of Ireland ,
c ? havi ? pi ^ssed themselves with .
? rd to thc treaty, lhe Bantry Boai-d
oi' Cww'..- ?? tands aloi , a; op- |
I.! Lo ' ?-? ' ept. nce.
, ? v 5, ,-: . d Pn ? ,'. ai iviionned |
tod.iy ????y.'.[- inquiries are being1 received
b Iri h Land agents from wealthy Irisli
1 ?: ? ic ui ' rega rding the po: ible pur
i asc of la rge estates in Irela: d. Many '
of tlie lande.i gentry left Ireland during!
thc last year, putting up their cstates ]
for Ic. in many cases these estates
arc expected to pass into the hands of I
Americans, who, anticipating u return,'
vo normal conditions, are =aid to desire
to return to the land of their birth.
Critics of French Navy Claim8
Unfair, Says David Javne llil!
Misunderstanding of Their Attitude Held Misforlum
That May Lead to Equal Misinterpreta
tion of Our Own Viewn
By David Jayne Hill
WASHINGTON, Jai . I. lt s"a rr.,?
'?'"?? ' ? '"- toi l ,.i cc at VVaah
': -'";- that 11 c pi sition ol france '
been misunderstood. ft i th. ? ore ? ?
eca ise the attitude of thi \i erican
\<rtr~ and the American people :
'!;rri i:i ,; ng' " ol I eii i mderstood
in Eram c
Thc war bci g ? rci and i trong dc
ment ha . ,:?-?
' : 'nited States, thi and the
' ents ol A ncricn I v re
?" S ' ;-7 tends toward I
peace, . ? H c< r icquently regard
".r' icnt am l hinj: tha) e< n
Lo assu ? ??? en the po ' i itv ol -
n ? i ?? ar,
; .1 .t ., --,, ,g] t( .,..:,,
? a | cop ? con d. nt ol ?' ... ,
ty. ??' ti ?? adapted to tlie c. n
prehension ot a people unccrtain
? Cutun and t md to al ?
iWaliI>emau?l>
?Vllies Give l. j>
Paoifie.Spheres
Agreement Jo Restore \11
Rights Within Om> Year
Suggesled by Senator a
I <>r of Yalno of Treatv
Sole Vsrjrre^sor-., He Savs
Radio Is [Jtilized to Send
Broadeasl S p c c ?? li De
livercd to Presbyterians
Vi VSIIINGTON, Jat . 1 ? B: I hc \r,
S' ' nl d Prci il. :',: i v c,rd - apread
?'?'. .-?' ; ' iro 7 . adjacent
states, Senator B. i i, ilcpublica . ol
Idaho, i aking ? I i Prei byterian
i inn ?? . ? the ( i . nanl to-day, uh
nl ;i" describe I a a test of
? ? "- the four pov cr Paci ic I rcat;
ba ?> cl upon iu ' -rr .: nd v a thcro
forc q pcaco alliancc, ir based up..::
forco ....?; wa?, thorefore :. mi ? iry
alliance." Sereral fhousand amateur
;oi -?: er ial wirclc , opcrators
within -i radiuf of 200 miles i f Wa h
ington "li t-. md :-." on ' cnator Borai
add reas.
The ? c v Inch Mr. Boral ofT?> ?? .
was whether nupportcra of the treatv
' ;? ;?? willing . o acci pl i ?? or at i<
-.-':?( .i the ? ov er i trould "agrec to re?
store nthii one year and ;; ercafter
? i'cr to re ? pect the right -, inte
territory and overcignty of all . s
t .o. , ov go1 ; n mi nta in Ihe region of
Lh< Paci! i." Hc addei to that the
fur hc ? provision that Id the
ag -ecment to restore and ??-? peel ? ?
interests bc i ot obsert e I ? he o
tions under Articlc II tvould be tcr
minated automatically.
Dcclarcs Allics Chief Culprits
The Idaho Senator asserted that the
"aggressions in the Far Easl for tho
last fifty years have been upon tha part
nations. or rather gover n
ivhicb ??%?'' now signed an : illianc >. to
prevent aggression." Ile charged that
if was the members of the "alliance"
and not those. nations outside of it j
who have disregarded the r;.,'b:
othei nations and pcoples in the Pacific
in rec i nt yeari. ,
"The disturbauccs in the Far :.;. '."
Mr. Borah continued, "and tl e things
which threaten arise out of failurc of
the nations now proposing an alliance!
to regard thr rights of other r;"-,
and not out of acts of those *-ho ::rc
e.xcluded from the alliance. rhere
would bc no far Eastern que tioni of'
h '!: turbing naturc if '.'?,?? members .-:'i
thia proposed alliance had respectcd
tl e rights of tho v.eak or more peace- i
f illy disposed pcoples of the East. Let
the alliance specificallv provide that
the alliancc ;t. elf and each and nl! of
its members, '? i!: respect the rights
ai i sovcreignty and interests of other;
peoples and let it be provided that if I
they do not, the alliancc i ? dtssolved.
Powers Only Aggressors
? i think one of the most interostingi
and il uminating revealment: of mod?
ern diplomacy is this propositior that |
the nations which have been doinp: cl!
t'ne aggressing, c ' attacking ? '
g ' together and >olemnly form an al
iia ici against those nations which have
not ho??': guilty of iuch things. If thei
.vhich are tho members of this
i Miance would hant! back to tho na?
tions and peoples t'ne territory, tlie
?::?}.(: and the liberties which they
?? taken from them, the war clouds
in the far East would disappear
Vou would not need an allianc ? in the
Far East if it were not necessary to
5-rotcct the territory wfiich ha
unjustly obtaine.d hy memberr. of ti
ali:ance.''
?.ir. Borah declared it woull bc :\
crime?"a crime not only against our
own people, but. a crime against mil
lions in the Far East"?for the L'nited
.'Contiiiurd en n'xt pt??)
Girl Social Workers Collapse
In 78-Cents-a-Day Living Test
li /....,--.. ... Thc TVibu ts
BOSTON, Mass., Jan. 1.- Thc Massa- I
, Minimum Wage Commission
leclarcs that a girl can live on 78
centa a day~feed and clothe herself,
pay rent, carfare, Iaundrj chargea and i
other bills on a $12?a-week income.
Three prominent Boston women
social workers doubted it to the oxtent
of putting it to a personal test, and
they have now broken down under the
<i rain. Thei women are Miss Amy
? ,,. ; , director of surveys for the
Vlinimum Wage .Commission; Miss
Grace t'oldweli, director of th? New
England Centcr -'or Day Nurseries, and
Miss Cora Frances Stoddard of th?'
Scientific Temperance Fedcration.
"You can cxist, but you cannot
live," they say. Acnes, nains and old
illnesscs that had pacsed into obHvion j
rccurrcd and medical aciviee urged an ;
mmedia return to normal, wholo-1
some di:; again.
V.dch one kep' on exacl aceonnt of.
,, I
her expendiuire.i and each one told to L
a penny of how her money waa spent. ,
The day that there waa three cents' ,
over onc had a treat' of a"n oranc-e or an j;
apple. The expenditurc for orangesn
consumed in her room instead of break-l,
?.';,.' was counted in the weekly allow- ,
ance for food. : i
"My cxneriment ::. getting along on
SG.uO a week for food," say.-; Miss Woods,:;
"was not happy. I began Monday, and
by Tuesday night 1 began to feel badly. j
l: -. difficult to walk up and down
taii .. Food haunted me day and night,
truly. While at dinner Wednesday I '
troko down and felt compelled to give ,
up the experiment, as I could not. do h
my work on such a vneager diet." j i
Miss Caldwell haa rathcr better luck :
with her experiment. although by ?
Wednesday night she began to feel the j
effects of the d;,^.
Mis. Stoddard'1; trial convinced her j
lhat it could be donc only by a gir! got- |
ting her breakfast ii: her room and j
carrying her lunch
A' '.,'I ?' ,' ;.-.>. - ; ,. ? . ,- .
'?''?-?, . ... arm
idiate circumsta o nol
? ' ? ?? ify.
? at'itudc ??? .,,...- .; ? j
iinfriend ines . regai I ..?' ? ?
in which F'rance Fee er read
"? : :' to ..,-.. '
" ?'' rebukc ?? hi ? , .... taken 1 ..
i al ,,- ?> ' ? 0 -,?:,. ioi . , ? , -,
' d ip ear to % ? -
peai ->?.:. ? .,;,
: aturally an I proper] . an as: o
ith ' ? e(T rl i k ' '?- B<
J.o br;ng into In
.??'?',
france Ir
. ' itai it! < tatc
ill ? ??? ?,'?.?- , : .., ,.
tai ? ii | ii
i.art
Po onc who ki
, i ...... , .
i
' ' '
i crui
. ubjoi ted, tl ??..
Couneil to End
Arnis Program
c^
1*2 Three Weeks
Diplomatg Agrec That N<?
Disputed U~uc-~ Will B<
Permitled to Imperil Ro
-iili.^ Already Vchieved
Early Hopes Surpassed
Cul in Hip Ships and Elim
inalion of /Vuglo-Japan
csc llliaiicc Triumphg
By Carter Field
V. \SIIINGTO\, Ja: . I. \
ment of thr armai - limitatioi con
;"r,?",:?? v ithin thrc v ? ? k - as pn?
" - dent lerc t i-daj. I
?'?ar. really the fn ;t >hanc I
I '., ! ad to '''.:??? :. Ioi - br a1
ince thi conferc ne ' on '?
vcmber 12.
vcral oueatioi rcmaii ? |
agenda vvnich coul ? . . ? . , ...
as drag co fcrei ? oui o
the Fo irth - .; . ia: . .. ,. ,
'''":'r' b ???'.- es that a y ???' thc -?-: naini: ?
que ?:',:.. which develop
ersial oharacter as to g
dicatio, i.<s . % rca tening ,; ? corc] -
pcrmitted to iutsrfeire with e. ipecd;
adjournment.
There is a gf.nen i ee ing i 1 on]
among the \merican delegato:
among all the foreign delegationi ai
well. thal the conference ha acco:
plished infmitely more than moi
- hem had reallj expei '? d be :orc
convened, and that the soonei il ad
jourtns without rickin;- erio - discord
thc better.
There is very strong hope thal al
future conference, called at some pi ?
pitious time, some very definite agree
? ent for the limitation of submarine
tonnage may be reached. Bul whatc
maj be the exact measurc < i -
the present conference in
"frightfulness" out of the - ib ...
warfare, it. is conccded already that a
lonpr step will be taken in that direc
tion.
Hope.M More Than Jostified
Tnor to the eonvenins? o: rhe Confer
ar.ee no diplomat really expected
anything like so drastic a ,:: in the
number of capitai ships could 1 broughl
about. Every one hoped that the va?
rious controvendes between Japa
the United States would he .-?>;,?
.?ut. if not ?o!vmI. and that in this wa;
the soft pedal could be pat ...? .;.-'
iresturet. between thc yellow press i
the two eonntrie:-. But while there ' ??????
* hope lhat th- Anglo-Japanesc
" ,'?? \> ould hc eii-: ?;?:>?? ;d in ioi c - a;
there were few who rcnlly expeel
Ccrtainly no onc pr'or to :'. - :
of tho Conference <?<<-?- expressed pub
licly the hope for , ucn u satisfi
substitute for the Anglo-Japanesc alli
ancc, and such h\< effective silencei
vyar talk be'ween .Ir-.pan ;m,: thc li. ti
States as the four-Power *'??
Those who havc been crea ing ? it
the coni'erencr' % not a cce hec
the French would not permil ??..-..
factory agrcement to !:mit submai ?
and auxiliary cr.-u't. are the ver; onc;
cre attacking th- laval bui) ? .
programs because of expense. But there
is no intention on thc part of the LJnitei
States now to buiid any more aubn i
rine:; than -.ver-; planned befon
( ".: 'erencc, merely because th" Conl
ence "ii! not limit submarin tonnage.
laxpnyers Henefit Husr/eh
On the ,-ther hand, '%?? taxpayi
this country -vi!! >av,.- hundred
millions of dollars in the ?... - -.
(ContiiHiMl on next p??*)
Italian Warsliip Trains
Its Guns on Sebenieo
Dreadnought Iteported Keadv
to Shell thc Town Unless
Croats Make Amcnds
LONDON, Jan. t. A dispatch to the
Central News frcm Rome, dated Sat
urday, quoting the "Epo.ca's" t',-'.(?.-,:??
;orrespondcnt, says thc Italian dread
nought Dante Alighieri haa ita jru:.
trained on the town of Sebenieo, penrl
ing thc according of satisfaction ?'
the Croats for their ail?sceu a'tuik lasl
iveek on sailors from the Italian war
ship Audace. T!ie Croat:--. thc dispatch
adds, eharj-e that the Italiar.s were re
sponsible f?v tho disordera. Other
Italian warshipa ave i-'aid to be arriving
in Dahnatian v.aterf.
Sailors from the Audace were ;,,?
.lared ir: dispatches ia.*t week to have
been atcacked and c'ubbed by :uobs in
Sebenieo when they ?.?ent ashore. Other!
dispatchea ^aid that the sailors, offend
cd by remarks of civiliau?. fired their
rifics. Gendarmes restored order and
escorted the aaiior.i aboard their ves
se!. The Audace i.-: :<aid to h&ve. with
rjawn a short distance from,thc shore j
and her machine Run* were turned tow -
^rd the town until midnight.
?? . ? .
OKIN'K FOI.AM) WATKR.
vc*hri| promolw b*eKh Uk? pure (rator.?Air..
Paris-Tokio
Plot in Kast
Is Charjj^cl:
HeldForgery
French Said lo Have Pro
posed Action a1 \rm>
Parley lo Kstablish a
Protcctorate bv Tokio
AhimmI to rVil [ . S.
Polirx in Far Kasl
'Malicious Fabrieations.*
Says Hanihari, Vice-For
vipn Ministcr of Japan
wa ???<??:?? ?
'?? atcd Pri Copi f ha
'?' rc rlci re I '
'
?
'
...... .
th
? ? . ? "
l,h<? coi
' '
: :
':?.?.'''?
Siberitin qu ?
ooi '? '( -
....... . : ... ,.
' ? I ?'"'?:
...
contri
an of thi
?
I ?
, -
,-??,, ?
Kann "
Far 1
Fo.
?
!>ari, i
- , ? ?
? ? .
.
of trul
and, thei .
r
First Message !'v ed iber 2
Rcfl ??:???
nce occui
?
Paris. ?
Tokio o ? ?? r ? ?
'
i. ? ? * -
are i I I French
...,??
? frank
? ...-r-.-.
"We taVe into
- ? . . j ? ? \ ? ?
we ha ? -. when
?mr :
'?' .: ? ' : '
>?? i. :????'??.'..
' ?
.; . , ... ;..-?.. ? ? Japan o
t . ' lest us to be
ver- caref
...... h tl -
,-?
part in 1 I ' .......
?
Russia 1 beei
...... , f ore,
.
ist su
??-,?,
the ho p of the Japal
ii
" i ;
tectorate lanai
to us and t I ?
icai :, esnei'i;
the Japai esc "?? ?
?cr. - ! iria ar
ten
Evacuation Held Da.rous
i'e i ??
i
| '(.--. ; ? to con
R ...... N
?
rheri i ?
... t the Bo or of ...
othc r stcp.
>n, our attil ?
and the t< ?
R I ; ?
....?? I
?
1 l I apan. I
these i c
in:;-'
also pi ^>n of
>! . ? ? ? . ? the dov
?? . Y- ? ' discip! -
... are nov
ready t any mo
ent to
?.'?'? ?-.
"? ? ' done our i
i accon iii h
free and our r.terest
Fn govei
liopi that at ....,-..
fate of uev Russia cided
Japan will
:'.?):??? ci government ^
....
r< i'.
"(Signed 1 i
Affairs ."
Alleged Ucplj ol Tokio
Vr.othei oi tl c doc xm its
Tokio, Sep . pai :
"The Japanese Impcrial government
con ders itself und< i ? i ? .? ? ? t> 1 ie.t<
to t s Frencl go\ rni nl and i \
no lest interested in reg lating | a
important problem which has been pu;
iorward by the French government.
"The Japanese government note'
with gratitication it? solidaritv witlt
the point ol' view expressed by yoy
and which may bo put forth at thj
Washington conferenee. Nevertheless,
the rmperial government is co.mpelle4
to declaro tiiat under no circumstaoeetl
will it renounce that principle whic
i:-. being carried oui iu the Siberiati
problem. It ftho lapancse goverrM
tnent verj pieajied tha'. the FrtnV,

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