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3 t GERMAN SPY STAFF ASKS HOUSE TO IMPEACH IN U. S. IS SHIFTED U. S. I TTORNEY MARSHALL SHIP, WAR TEACHES nnd Tarki THke'ePresentave Buchanan Charges New York Official With Neglect of Duty, Subservience to "Trusts" and Other "High Crimes." flu bur PlacM f Known AgVBtl of the Kniser. CKXTRAL sYslT.M IX 1. s. A rOfflpttU leoi'giiniiatinn of the pro Titonh il imWll system Is Mftg . .,,). b) llH Mfftt sfeiits of the ren- trui .owt.ri in iIiIh country. Tlw mott ) lint MMIMllnl ini wvm VWWT shut , thf otftbTMk of the war aio remrliiK ' to bnnil H owi la WiPcooooWt cowpf Islftfl ihtert) BoljWfMiM AihsntiuiM umi Turks. Ttn trnnsfrr Mid io Include urtry l.rnu.lt f Htivity in nhuh i.orninns ami j AOltliAM hnv Iwco engftt'l with the j itw of prcvcttlliHI the .-.1 m .11 ifn t of ttif! ! lift "I v,w lQ th9 AllU'H. ThV I'hfttif "f utogrowwoo to M tol Imvc bcrti worked out at a Merit moot" n :.. tmy aK mi me tiiniHii iun. i ,. n Hi Who KttCtldod rtaUi'd thai with 1hr nil if 'not. Hy - Kd a tut von Pftptfl iii.il with the puHSihllity of h lf. h k betWttll the LnltOd Stall ami Austria the iimt'ittfht wouM t tumid loo keenly on the Teuton! to permit of fnrthef oork. Arretiovmonti were mad occoreilnfljly for Kt'tnnK iu'w ieti of men in different parti of the country to do th work. A s prence II may be Dolntod oujt ; ,r i he iSormnnoi who hud Beeeloped a pt f. . t --t tn. hod divided ihe country into nectlotifl end -tad put men in i im t of terh eectiofi ami tuui Ineletod to a ' In t go . M-m that eech eectloti II nonce -..if with money collected Hi that topo-1 graphical rtfvtelon. ti.d ayetem hod been erobllehed n i Vork end e code had boon used for lending meeeuffea 10 the eubexecu t ti hi differ en 1 porte of th- countryi The nnf K m0 loH Hlk fm mmV I npyright by Campbell mudi". H. Snowden Marshall. Washington. Dec. II Hliln( In the House to-day to a question of privilege RgpreeeBtatlvs BtMngnen nf IfllnotSi Democrat, demanded the Impeachment mi thai with the prospect I of n Bnowdcn Marshall. United state District "Attorney for Ihe BOUthSnl Dle- triii of Mew York, for allsgsd neglect of duty, subservience to the "Tlmln.il trusts" ami "othrr high crimes nl mis- i-m Unl . o Work. demeanors 1 , , The Hicliiin,iti resolution, which rites imtnission of three men was ap- poiiittd to travel ihrouchoui the country Jior-ii derelicttoni of iiut on the part till I IT; Instructions to the new men j of Mr. .Marshall. mas referred to the fjr ""' v' k. It '" House committee on the Judletanr. II hai men were employed to blow ,... ,, ,,. , ,,ne nmtiiti'i!! r.o tor i s, net fire to erne I tte end to Ignite or esplode munition Irnmedlnteli' after the holiday re.-ess. I i' I An opportunity then will he jin'ii Mr I Upon I Buchenen to present his ease aHHitist .Mr Marshall. Mr. Buchanan is Identified with Ihe labor stoup in the House, is an opponent of naval expansion and was for a time Identified In an offlotal capacity witii. Lahor's National Peace Council, He ports have been In etreulallon that the peae council, whl0 l""1 eondueied a Dri'iiaaanda iiKninst the shipment of mu- ' more earchlnc publicity new aTenti jvt be olitalnetl. and a new eeulral keadQUarten a nth new methode of com :i tin! atloll deviled, and so set to work la put Ihe new lyetent into effect id i .t i of ' he taeka a hlch aevoW C.i i .t .r I iltr..iii agents -ilon, the i oeti u.is that of eettlng fire to ships rrrylng vugar, It was learned yeeter , i ; '.it the .fllles have been employing Mgar 'or the manufacture of a mail rxploeive end for that reaaon the tier men igrhta have devoted much lime to fi destruction of those vessefj. t naa ;. lined by a man who has made a Cud) "! explosive that stik-ar. mixed i unions t tin- Allies, was about to lie I rate of pal isli and antimony, Investigated by Mr. Marshall by dlNO' i i i foitn of high explosive. Uon of the Atorney-i!neral. It his len learned tuat the immb Mr. Huehanan adopted an unusual ti i followed a system of planting I courae In Impeaching Mr. Marshall. As bombs In the ships owned by the Anuri- I a rule a flieniber In presenting Ml lm ra:i Mugar Company, Then the Irene I naanhmanl resolution against a public Copyright by Cllnedlneti wash. i. c Frank Buchanan. refused ti prosecute gross and notori ous violations of law by the most powerful and dangerous criminal trusts and monopolies In the 1'nltrd States WltMn his said Judicial district. 1' He has prostituted the great of fice entrusted to him by the people" to the service of the great criminal trust". 1. He has used the powers of his said office for the purpose of puhlloly defaming, slandering and lit.oltf.gr tbe good name of peaceful and law abid ing citizens of the I 'tilted States to their great Injury. 4 He has violated persistently the eight hour laws of the rnlted States and of the State of New York. ,". He has corruptly refused snd neglected to prosecute men who have made the port of New York within his said dfstlicl a naval base for foreign bslllgl rent POWSTS, tl He has OOrruptly neglected and refused to prosecute violators of the Kederal statutes prohibiting the load ing and shipment Of explosives on ships carrying passengers. And for other high ci lines and mia- damea rvora, Bachanan to He Heard. Iniiifls TcIIn Conjrrcss LCMOBI From Conflict Abroad Show Aircraft n Npoostsii.v. BRITISH FLEET PRAISED )UWW' FOR FORTIFICATIONS Army Bill Proposes I'nnlinse of Hnmmond Wlrt'IfMs Torptio Patents. t-: T-- .1 their activities to the National tugar Company ami then sorting with lbs ships of the tirsi company again. tnother phase of the revelations of Oi propaganda yaaterday was .le- t, - of the confession made by Andrew D Meloy, asslstanl of Fran Rlnteb ffli-er contents himself with a Oare recifal of the charges. l asters.' In Warulns to i Mr Buchanan uttered a warning the case which he phrased thus: ... ... ... - i .... it,,,, UA igrame to this country last April tol . ' ", . , iTH , ... T. . ... . .'that anv attempt on the part ..f this av us and ammunition. Through Msloyi - (entente the Federal authorities were . .i.i. i ... mi ...iaoin....i --.... .... . , ,., , I ....... ...... . nrnraaaaa of law and Justice in tins case P' et," and other n., concerned In the ' la (St I "ii of Labors National IVnos II. an MaSShull B pOUUCW or nonncii masters to shield or to whitewash htm or lo interfere with or obgtfUet the Couti lesions i.illrr of Mono . From the confession by which Slsloy hopes to obtain clemency in connection , ths efforts he made to get a fraud- I it passport for Hlntelen It seems that I 1 ' utd Lamar were livala in Ibeir I iff - to control the spending of ftlnto 1'- . money. Latnar had one scheme. I t j trial of fomenting strikes: MoU) I 'i another, which Involved the pur- ; e .if parts of supplies needed by j tie vines. Mi argument with Rlntelen bar r -. acute that Rlntelen sal down 'it Ined to htm hi entire plans ' Itlntelen told him of the woik HI l.,rn.i. was doing, about the pNins fir the organisation of the Labor's Na t m ,1 Peace Council and about the plans (or but ing ttrlkes. ' ttd thai when Rlntelen iJscldod te . , .; email) me sole reason for Meloy's aeeoii.panytng him us In the lio - of showing the Usrman Osneral Huff that Rlntelen was a", ui'ong and .1 ''. Meloy. liad the right idea of i; u Allies ii,i,ii,. ,,f the military ' II ; For thai reason Meloy wotkidj t" - Rlntelen an American passport, I the authorities w.-r soeptlosl I , Meloy arlian his attorney offered t . Meloy tell his story was eppur the true Meloy's name w s lied. After a first tola with Meloy. I r it quickly developed thai lie I out ised more than a surface knowledge !'. r. In fact. lie divulged much ind much evldsnco titst the wanted and he helped thsm ' r i ill 1 1 1 r of do. -unit tits that proved offlnealcutsbla value to the Uowrnment. It .is sairl also yesterday tl"i1 sev- rtal i . v wlttiessei hate been obtained ' nectlon with the Inquiry into Rn leleti'i activities and spsdatly In the i-e They may he called before ' ' ir.ud Jury io-da.. It Is iiossihlc lr nuel Uompars may be a witness. ' Will be sufficient to WHITant the prompt ami drastic action which I shall ask tins , House to take against all such Inter j ference." The text of ihe resolution offered and I read by Mr. Buchanan follows By wrtue of Ihe power conferred on ne by the Constitution of the I'nitod I States as a memlier of this House and to the end that Justice nia) I"' re- stored in the administration of tin- of fice of United States DISTrlCt Attorney for the Southern District of NSW York. I impeach H Bnowdsn Marshall. United Stales District Attorney for the Southern District of Mew York, for the following specific offences: 1. He has corruptly neglected ami The usual course w ill he followed by the Committee on tin- Judiciary In han Ullng the proposed impeachment of Mr. Marshall. In such cases it Is Ihe practice for the O0mnttt.ee to hold a preliminary hearing, giving the eomplalnlng mem lier an opportunity to present his evi dence against the official accused. If the committee holds that the ex parts case does not warrant further ac tion the proceedings are dropped. On the other hand If it holds that the mem ber who has made accusation has made a good case the inquiry Is extended anil testimony taken from both sides under oath. In considering such evidence the committee decides whether it shall rec Om rend an hWpeaChmanf trial. Mr Buohanan dacllnsd today to make any contn ent on hli would he supplement (brought before the House He contented I gree himself with a statement that he would seek an early hearing before the House Commutes on the Judiciary. Representative IVebb of North Caro i Una, chairman of the Judiciary Commit I tee, announced that a hearing in the I Marshall case WOUld be held by the I'rt'ii. i mittee eariv in January. M'ashinoton, Per. 14 The dread nought, ns typified by the latest battle ship additions to the American navy, Is the Ideal ship to wage effective warfare as sea. Secretary of the Navy Hanlels declares In a report on "lessons of the F.uropean W ar.'' forwarded to Congress to-day. Secretary Hanielnuhmltted the report In response to a traolutlon asking that he advise Congress In regard to the naval lessons taught by the Kuropean war. , After designating the dreadnought as (he "Ideal ship" of war the Secretary declares that rrVcraft nre an absolute necessity In modern warfare and -that submarines "must be Included In any well balanced project of new construc tion." Secretary Hanlels embodies the frank, est discussion by naval exiierls of the lessons taught by tin war In Europe that has yet been made public. He prefaces his report with the olieervatlon that much of the Department's Informa tion in regard to the details affecting the efficiency of belligerent ships Is In the form of confidential reports which It would l-e contrary to public Interests to make public. "There are. hoWtWr, several conclu sions Wbldll Can; OS laid down with con- ttdence as the rrsult of general consld i . rations 'nasi d on the well known opera i tions to date," lie add. d British Fleet Pralard. "The first and most Important lesson.' says Phe report. "Is that the British grand fleet, composed not only of dread noughts and stiperdreadnoughts. but also of battle cruisers, light cruisers, destroy ers, sumbarlnes and auxiliaries, has to date maintained command of the sea. thereby assuring to Ureat Britain and lieg allies communication with all parts of the world and reasonably safe over sea transport for her military forvea and supplies, at the same time denying similar advantagra to her adversaries. "It Is further known that, despite the efforts of submarines and other minor craft, the losses of this fleet have not I been serious. "Another notable fact was brought out i by the statement of the First Ixird of the Admiralty to Parliament In November. 1VJ4. that by the end of 1I6 there would have been added to the fleet fifteen capi tal ships, together with a cnrrespotiding and adequate number of vessels of other types. "All of this Indicates conclusively that the command of the sea. with the attend ant security of the shores of a country exerciaing that command, rests with the Power possessing ships which In the ag gregate have a preponderance In the prime military characteristic. "With respect to the. value of these Characteristics In Individual ships every action of the war which has had any Influences locally or In the entire theatre of operations has demonstrated the ne cessity that the victorious ship or ships tossess one or more of these character istics in greater measure than the enemy. "Ml reph. therefore, to thte question Bl to the single type of warship best resolution, nor suited for war on the sea Is that such a the charges hslvssssl must possess In the maximum de- Wasiiinuton, Pec. II, The fortifica tions bill, which has Just been prepared by the War Department, asks for an In crease of 117,215,000 more than the sum spent last year for big guns, const forti fications and ordnance. Last year K, 060,21(1 was spent; this year MMIMtl is asked. The bill provides for l,llt,00l for Appropriations of Il,x7,ft00 for the pur- i chase of other new sites for forts; l,a 000,000 for ammunition for sea coast i guns, of which tl.SOO.OOO would go into armor piercing shells, and authority to contract for an additional 13,500,000 In j ammunition nre included. - For the purchase and Installation of radio dynamic torpedoes recommended for purchase last ear, 194 7,000 Is asked. ; It Is also proposed to secure the patents of John Hays Hammond, Jr. covering the wireless control of torpedoes from shore stations, to be improved by the Government on Installation, and wireless control of torpedoes launched from aero planes. Army experts have been work ing out details. A plan to permit the Department to j place contracts with private munitions manufacturers without advertising for bids In order to foster the development BOW roast defence work and Itemises of plants deemed necessary In the gen tlgJtltSSn new emplacements lo be con- eral preparedness scheme Is Included In -eo.....i ...m. I .tent, huilt last 1 the bill. Not more than 25 per cent, of vear. Reference la made to the authority Tiffany & Co. Importations Enameled Boxes.Vases.Trays Clocks and Desk Sets the appropriations made for the ord. nance department, which Imlude tha grunted last year for the acuuisttinn of hulk of tlw total estimated In the hill, a site at Cape Henry for this purpose, would be available under this proUslon. The bill alo would provide that con tinuing rontrneta to the extent of more than IIS. Otto, 000 might lie made by the Department this year to cover contracts 'or big guns and other equipment 'which requires a long time to manufacture, it will not be nscsaaSry to pay for this for two years or more. United HtatSS District Attorney Mar shall wou.d make no comment yester nd on the charges preferred against l.iiu by RsprssantallVS Huehanan in tfie lower house of Congress. FOUR ALIENS ON U. S. SHIP WORE UNIFORM OF ARMY UoatMncd from First Page. attache of the Herman basay. was mentioned iohui) a director of the men involved i destruction of railroad brldgoSi '.ru ns the in the nuiiitloti In s.t In ships, munition mctOnSS mat nave oaan Utilised for the lienelit of the Allies In this country and Canada. The name of Capt. von l'apen cajne In the evidence that led to tne in- ' ainMi.ni ,,r Baron vt lineim von llrtncken, nttaohs of the Herman Con sulate here; Charlew C. Crowley, secret trvice worker here, and Mrs Margaret W Cornell. CroWlsy'S secretary. The, Indlctnnenti were mad. public to-day. i Mure Rt'ltlsaCO Ksprrleil. ri mat still more important MINNESOTA INQUIRY ON. r. ltluro)i Hoe i Pa on 4 i i I drove i t n Moer Kan KftAMOlOOO, Dee, M. "Ah f t oil hat iv in vtijrutel thf cause of the t on hie on (be M Inneoota thrn ii no develonmente t Indloote it tin veiioel whs dleobled hi a roeult r' Mptrocy r HirouKri tiL tfeoonofy 61 member of the oiov ut the in - "ii hus imt goni far." m, it eim-nt WOO in arte hy I "niled p i HntrU t Attorney John w Pre" i he mid eeeinl "f hie oeelotonti h tin vei-m-i tonljfht He hod ' I wiili i'opt. florfioh anil Chief lhii 1 1 1 Melton grid hod rooeivod i . r - report from lion Rothbun i wo other MpeWol Invootli I tore t hepHrtmein "f Justice, prho boordod ' rr tht- Mghtehlp at doyllvbt t inofnlng I'li'Mon and hit deputloi romoinod f,v 'i the Bhlp t tit evening und oon i 1 i- i their liMiiiirv. e ; WOULD CURB AUTO DRIVERS, ssirii Klrsl lommllles "nrt I are I III l.lee o.l im . Kttssi traffic oommlltss nf the l ust fadsratlon, meeting al its larlsrs at ii Haal Thlrtynlntfi 'tt.ei esreiiiav. racommsndsd Ins n- H of til moll r vehicle drivels sub- .. .ussynslon or rsvooallon ! the issuing the llcspss. 'Che rec rllltlon Was urged a- a means of It Is hint revelations conusming the lierman ro paffanda In this country and the plota for the wholesale destruction of railroad bridges, munition factories and Ihe like will be forthcoming and that these plots I will be linked up under one general nean or central system somewhere In the I Kast. most likely in New York, lot The defendants, who are said to have had the assistance of the Herman Con ' Hul-ileneral. are accused of using the S" I mails to incite murder, arson and assas sination Among the evidence which the (lovemmenl has unearthsd is a tetter which refers lo "r. who is si. o 10 is- .ti. iite each and .11 of the four prime requisites mentioned in Ihe naval appro prlatlon In accordance with our battle ships, which are required to I" vessels Vnrrvlng as heavy armor and as jxiwet ful armament as any vessel of their class, to have the highest practicable spee.1 and greatest desirable radius of aotlon "To make a vessel possessing ea. (1 requisite in a maximum degree a pra tlcal possibility. OnllmltSd cost and site must be assumed, while for practical purposes the size of I'lilled Slates ships is limited by shir dimensions of 'the Vatiama Canal locks. of present and practicable typos of vessels the totalled dreadnought most nearly approaches the ideal aimed at in the clause of tlte last naval appropriation act. "It Is also ballsved that with the In creased efficiency of the t,.tie.lo. the very extensive use of unties and the liomhii from aiicrufl. it Is decidedly belter to In crease the flghllng units In numbOfl rather than In nxe. the high water mark In site havjiKX been reached in vessels of tbe Callforn.a . lass Secretary Daniels then set forth (he value of tbe battle cruiser and urged the need of Its addition to the Amerl navy. The report add : "Iteferrlng particularly to that por tion of ths elapse directing a report In the light of the RurOBSan war on 'tin value and uses In naval warfare of aero planes, dirigibles and balloons,1 my con ClUSlonS are that all of (bene types of aircraft, each In Its own peculiar field riave demonstrated their undoubted value for observation and scouting purposes and Por directing and controlling gun Are." Referring to the use of aircraft in the war Ihe leport says "Though hitherto not primary weapons of offence, there are some indication! of their development in this direction and "I As war lias demonsttated that offensive ' nfiwer is an essential characteristic of the Palace Hotel here, paid Nirtilh i 1116.00, according lo the allegations. -A ticket to New York was bought for him , by Crowley on Jjins ii, it w-as alleged. ! Un August 12 the defend ants were i alleged to have put In the mall a letter I of a nature to Incite Smith to burn ' buildings of the Hercules Powder Com pany, at I'lnole, Call There were nek-otl.it ions concerning the destruction of tin Pinols plant, acoord Ing to the PoSdsral officials, who said that letters and telegrams In (he DOS1 j session of the Government showed that ; Smith fixed a price for the "Job." t The last half of the letter referred to; srrsnesmsnts for aiding Smith In ob taming from German authorities In tier meny his father's military records. line of the letters sent out Iti the i j i -dlctments and signed "C" was dated here AUgUSl 12, lOl&i and contained a clipping tilling of a .'.0 per cent, wage increase to employees of the .Ktna works. The let ter was without puiU tuulion alltl read ' "I. .1. S nolQged And clipping, this aeroplanes and dirigibles In thai It I vet stun goes to tne- , i sm sure tney here will live five hundred for each and newspaper clippings ami despatches to show vfhal do you ahlnk I shemlng and outside tlary, Indiana, let me hear from you, nothing else new. " In all. about 1100 letters and telegrams passing bstWSSn 'hi- alleged conspirators are aaid to have been obtained by Kid- The Dictaphone 100 oversold! Dictaphones in a limited time none oilier than Capt, von I ape letter refers to the price that was lo he. paid for the destruction of a powder nil, nt aUMnolS, Cal. The price had been and the letter explains how the eral officials. Plagued la Wgeek Planisi The details nf the Indictment showed that the defendants planned to destroy muhillon plants nt Aetna, lint. : at Ish- at Wary, inn., and other ....i..n .t .iu .i i i to oincTs oiroei o neoioia, .in o mm I.IIU follow , places. The Aetna plant Is said lo he T long lo ill. rsv, l.p Hwiminin otn- Ger. "Dkaii S: Your ISSI letter won ini idng 10-day, 'cl note what UOU kMvS to sav I have taken It up Willi it ami !B' I which tin- Federal niMm muI.i stood for Krans Itopp ,an Consul here. Is awaiting decision of !' I said lo stand for Capt. von PaPSn In New York, so cannot advise von ysti and will do so. as soon as I get word from you. You might slue up the situation In the meantime." The indl Intents allege that the (otter was of a character to Incite Louis .1 Smith of Detroit lo des.toy employees in tlu- building. The conspiracy was al iened lo have hail Its Inception here May I (19 and nUmsrotlS dales and inci dents and the contents of letters were set forth. nuts them to cany out their duties even against the attempts of hosttls aircraft to Interfere with them. Likewise It be comes one of their functions to prevent In so far as possible the obtaining of In formation by enemy aircraft." Iteferrlng to the value and uses nf sub marines the report says that there can be no question that In actual operations tills tvpe of vessel has demonstrated the wisdom of Including It In previous pro grammes and that It la a type which must be Included and developed ln the future In the early stages of the war It attained considerable success In the fundamental purpose for which designed, attack on a iitival force of the enemy ; It has accomplished useful results In le Mnnofgggnee WOrh I II baa acted In con junction with and Influenced the result of actions lietween capital ships, and It has rendered more dlftlcultOan.l danger one the overseas transport of troops and supplies. Heferrlni: to the successful ef forts of naval science to check tbe work of Ihe submarine the report says: "The strength of the counter offensive or defence is amply demonstrated by the I fact that the strength In modern capital Our apologies are due those hundreds of business men who have had to wait, and are now waiting, for the delivery of their Dictaphones. And our apologies likewise are extended to those other sg W business men who are going to order their the immediate future, and will have to wait for their equipment. The year 1915 has been the greatest of all Dictaphone years; each month has steadily ascended the scale of volume of business. It culminated in a November that simply over whelmed our .production department big as it is and expanded as it constantly has been in physical size and resources. We planned for a 50r increase in output of Dictaphones for November we received orders for 100' over our original estimate. There is a steadily growing realization on the part of business mdn that when they install the Dictaphone they are simply doing the logical thing. They recognize that in placing their correspondence on the basis of real efficiency, reducing their correspondence cost from and increasing the productivity of their merely displaying business common-sense. They are .waking up to the fact that they are not pioneers when they dictate to the Dictaphone, but are lagging behind the times until they do. And this recognition is the one factor that alone is responsible for the present condition. a third to a half, typists, they are nnp.'itiv. not Tar rrotu nary, it is lining orders for Ihe Allies. The officials of the Ish panting factory, also a branch of the Kxploslves Company's plants, deny, how ever, that they are filling any war orders. 'The chief witness for the (iovernment is Johannes HsBrlkUl Vgn Konlhergen, now in Canada. He w?is the corroborat ing witness upon whom Ihe (Iovernment depended In presenting the greater part nt ii. i.iiu. lo the t'Vrleriil (trim,! Inrv Ttia witness said that he was eimiloved been seriously Impaired hy Ihe opera- k . iirii...i. ..(Tlclal her. lo I,.. u, in Minns or attack of submarines destroying the commerce of neutral na- 'My conciusiona are mat iui aueejume Hogg, number of submarines must be Included In any wen oaianceo vrojeci 01 new con- THE hipa of no one of the belligerents has a Month. Me said thai You Itiiiicken. whom he tnel during Ihe Itoer war, hired him lo i make clockwork bombs and to tlx them In thermos bottles. He said he received ! lion for each bombi with a bonus for I each ship that was blown up. i Van Koolhergt-n said he w'aaemploved o further the conspiracy, on i to dynamite a ran man trestle in i anaua TI.. following dav Crowli'v was ' over which supply trains for the Allies ..n Hot arum , Smith was alleged to have hern em I, ,v eil bv Ihe defendants at IJnn i i month : May V a ii'i'k i'ii driv ing mid 1 he . n..,1 to have nnhl wninn ji" 10 wo nasscn nr aniu ne invive.i ...... his. nber of accidents to Tscoma. Wash., to oltHiln Information and ISOO more from a representative of lUoption of tins regulation bv roiiosrnlng ihe sailings of vessels from tin- German Government. He got the sial. Legislatures, it is believed .Northern ports for Vladivostok, Russia last payment when he produced cllp- iruinilllltSS. will lesult in a ma- i and other ports of the Allies. i nc ves- pings riom newspapers in .now inai tne duciion in strict and highway , sels under scrutiny Included the steam s. It was pointed out that the I'squlgttei for tg) securing of the s. should be propsf physical, mental ' i quHltflciiiionsi era Haxel Dollar nnd Talthyblus Smith was sent two fan money orders on June 4 while he was at Ta , onia. anil on Auguat 1 von Uiincker, ..I bridge had bean destroyed. He received In all 11. 7110 for expenses, of which he gave J '.'.". 1 1 to Yon Hrlncken. The. defendants appeared In court to day urnj furnished bail. structlon but that they have not demon atrnted that they possess a preponderant value over the other requisite tyAea. In this as In other cases the public interests do not permit of a full exposition of the information on which these conclusions have been baaeo. Rls Drag Merger Delayed. In spite of the fact that proxies ag gregating SO per cent, of the outatand Ing stock were voted yesterday In favor of ths plan for a consolidation of the t'nited Drug Company and ths Rlker a liegeman Company, the meeting was ad journed for a flnaLdeclslon on IlecOytber 23. The delay waf explained as dus to legal reasons 1 1. WHA WCTflPWrNE .CGISTEKtD o- r l 83 Chambers Street Call up Worth 3043, or, tear off this little-call card, pin it to your letterhead and mail it to us. We'll have the Dictaphone man come to you. Do it now, while you think of it. The only "Dictaphone' Dictaphone. is THE Dictaphone our irade-namo. Man at the desk our trade-mark. Tear Ihit off, pin fo your letterhead and mail. The Dictaphone. M Chambert St., .V. V. V. Pteate tend me particular. Name Adire.i Address Mr -p.r.enal y S. dkhkJ hthe!hcfuJme