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THE SUN, TUESDAY, FfeBftUARY 15, 1916.
American cHliens w ho might (Ktmte Hit" xixiirnllig.s, nlllchils nf I In) V(fi.M Inn ' 1 air Inclined In th.i I. I' nt If thfeil'lul-.l Suites changes Hi run it w.ll nine 1 1 lit xv passport Tit. il nil!- Ill' Il l' wh.i h p.i ports Will li. m fn.'i' I ! A-.r.'ms xi ii attempt to r ii mi alined l.i.i'f KITCHIN, DEFIANT, WILL PUSH F1GH T ON DEFENCE DANIELS WITHHOLDS RAISE DUTY, END DYE POISON AND BOTTLE LINK WORLDWIDE PLOT E-2 SECRET REPORT, FAMINE, IS HIS PLEA ORPET WITH GIRL'S DEA THM WRECK CHURCHES nun'SAi. i:y knticxtk. Dri-lsliiti Metnhod nl Villi-' Clin- fin i In Loudon, LnNt-nv Feb H Al at, lifrmtil I'in former ' !') fir Fat'-x rd 'ilex- Willi rcprf.ctita'ixo nf tin' llnlilite allies It Mas ill' (! .! ! ul i:u;'..iti.l ImiiM reject proposa s !i .I'd' l I lii' Fulled States. ItlMt 11 -! ill Xll-Slls III disarmed. All the. Fntl't ' I'OWers Mill flllo Mltll (iriMl JUItnlii ill Ii. i ldtiil. .mil rntin.il afflrma f Ion of Hi ' ilee'iilim Ih rsnii'le I to bo Hindi. ,il .i '.ie..' w if 'mil. il xxhich will onn lv In '.il in I 'art Tlie iliiw l"i"'iit ln'ie tnhce tin' posi tion ll iii It iniilf.iry to tin' principles tf civli.i.l xiarfito in fi ii tt innri'h.itit Vessels X ,t ..nl l w.imllt.', i'Vi II If the jneron.ii.i . eiiir gun only for K-lfili'fv I'mrl.iinl will run mi pirates I'. T"'il'ir.e crows xxhloli iln not heed til s I'lli'-tllle. It all.- felt liere Hint 1110 Unlle.1 SI i . lull iioiept the argument! nf llrrma' Ir.crr.i--cd Such ii iDiir.ie xxould foun te' . ill lietwien Iettdotl lllHl Washing! ixindoti nm simpers nro publishing ilffp.il' i' Tn'ii their correspondents nt AVimhlnsi'ni which say that the United f-tlte.s w'. ede I" tlortnatiy's. demand that till A il r. .it l.e wnrt.nl heienfter to xold ti tx.lllng on the tinned mer chant V"i. s ..' belligerent imtliitj-. 1 The. drsj.r ' .uhl th.it the recent reUnat on f SeT tiiry Han-Iron win I mused tf.fl.n Urtxxieii linn .mil the J'rrslilcnt . ..lire Mr. Harrison iircd a rejection of (!cttnaiiy'.s RUlniuirlnn de. rne a I 1'' the I.uslt.iir.a Issue bo prcx.Til to a Pi lh, When he found lilm t elf ifri iimi In the F.iblt.et Iln re. npni'il KM It A IiOO SUSPICCTKD. J'nrU en-.pupers T Ii I ii U Merlin I 'I r liitf In 1'iirei It. jv ii' r ,i li,,p.,trH In TlIB SrN f'M.n. I'. ! II The Ti mpv ii ml the Erhn ilf i-m m eilitnrlnl.i to"l.iy fay It Ii "iii Mi.'iki.I..' lh.it I're.itilent WIN hon woil'l ...tpt the ilirm.m Mew re-i-pcctmi: ii i unit iiierchiintinen. ltoth pa pers we Hi.' iierin.ui iimbltlnn to furvfl tin cinbiiiKo mi unit mill ainintinltton lieliiml t'ie priKCtit tiiiiiiansres inn) ex pref.i the eonvK'tloii that rrcflileni Wll eon "w II i. 'it be ilecelveil " M i Ic'nen.'e.iii In an Inslnnatltii; eill torlal refeiH f.i what he nlle the Qual rl'Orwiy ' -itiipiilil.s" In ri'fiiHlnc to per mit In :ii I j .rili. ,to 'resilient WiUon even nentl ;-etenlny U.S. TO DISPUTE BRITISH STAND. I Dr. Vim lK. ' Vli'im tiltr Hint of CiMitriiliiinil ote. 1 toll V1''. IV. I I - Inilli-ntlnn that the infr.-,in iioi rrinent in the ifinuni; i '..ilnrnl note t.i iire.it lint iln will e. nlc t tne lint. nil contention that Amerli.in c "If. i ;..irte.l to neutral na-' tlona up' !!"! nu- their wiiv Inlo tier. I many were en In a decUirHtum tnaile( tiy Dr. llenr miii Djke. American Mm-. Islrr to The ll.iK'ie, after a conference with the President to-il.iy. I l)r Van livltc Mid lh.it Holland had pluced etnbarK'io mi prutlialH ail con-i trahand nnd londltioniil cntrabaiid ar- tides and that therefore .ill American1 RCOdH of tllCie . 1 insert reex jMirtCIl to ISrnnany ate pas-d by unuculuv oper ations The Minister wa of the np'.rlnn. that the volume of urn ils thus smiu'icled I imputative1 mull. Th" increased meriejii trade with llollitid, lie thoiiKht Is due In the nii'n to the illml liatlon of other souice- of suppl. PLAN RECORD SUBMARINE. I.nl.e In,. IHil.llliK oil Tie for I , In i:. I' Mollis. ttnttsiLI 'PT. i 'onn . l'oli. II Two deep sea rui-imc sub.njrln. of a t)" to n Id"-. " s'lvncth, aimatneiit and crillslim' iiulnis. the famous I' boats of the liern .inv n.iw are planned by the Ani'l" r ' i .MTtitiient The l...ke Tor peihi Itn.il r. HH'.lia of till- city is to Mil on it . i-t one. al d ollK! lis. tliomrh ( rerusir.i; i uiscuss uie iiuiiot i.-o.ij-, me incii 'e of obta.nlm; the entitni' t The .1 da. emeni will le mure than i ;nii i - Th's ! prnbnlily will "... iro'e i'.hi :oi'i fi.ft loinr. will be quipped " 'ii np'd lire armament and i . ..' '.1 Il iv.. of lie. i r ' . '-" ' nil!e under w ' and L ' ii i nnsinir radius it ii bout 10 knots knots or better on the f ii f i 'c Il ds b "pe ei on We lncsday. (Ille'ii .i . .il ' i.npany will leave for l b Tuedi nlelit HUNT JAPANESE AS CODE THIEF Hook for Iln tile I I, oat When f e it ii rd II Isti iieii red. Waum- i"N. l'"b II Su.-p.clon that the s t naval battle code of the American n.m. wh' h illsappe ired fruni I ie d""i' "i Hull at .-nil Ineito, Cut., was tulen by a .l.ipnmse ep has caused Ih, in, .iiniiit of Juste f to direct Us nL-ciit.s on t'i. Wist coast to ue tvery ill'ort t" ie cowr the m'"intr volume. The N.inx I ii p.ii tmeiit has l...i I.i tinned i ) i i .1 ipnneee ami n l'llipnio win. w nplri'd is sti wards on tlie di still r Mull dis.ipi" ared itiini"dliib lv lifter ' ii 1 "f Hie "de was disc en ai 1 b iw ni t beui hi.ird from alnrs. Tw. iv.il ..tile, ri atiiii-neil to trie ... In i n roiirt-martlall-d a1- X I'i'l ready f.ir the loss of the in lb', but t ie .Sax v i. ..ir'iiii ' i has been informed that it. i -ii--, ended tln.il arllmi nend ok " i' mi" t the nai'h fur I'm in - K ' "I Tli. .'ol on .-'ititalns the ' to tin it ' n. i which would ne ui id Ijv i f, ..f thf i an hi i 'iimniinl cntlni; w ' ie' oiher In titne of iMttle POWER PLANT FOR CAPITAL. Bill Fussed for l.n eminent Ilent nnd l.lulitlni; I'loject, V ,x,i r .s, Feb 11 - The Seivite Inn. t i- i'i. i ""I' .i.-ried to n confer, nice rtpi'i't "n Fie tit gent dellcienc. bill, xxiiu-i ,i'i-l..iri.i Ho Si.ni.iM of the T-rano to re i a icntral ll-ht iiud heataig plant on 'he in. ill near the l.ln-i-oln M- iii irial Tlie in liter xi ;m opposed lie sei'itmi New lands, I'belaii and others f.i. fu an iins.u-iiih ground that It would be rlnn-'uri! to place neir ol' tl.e eapllal and xx-o-ild . lb.- Iiiirii'iam or I', irk i how frat'ii'is not 1 1 1 ' - r 1 1 ' f on i, - . :i nl of W I..I' Bioe in tor t ii' ne. nit. tli al mn The roinmlssloii of Fine Arlj hoi !.'!". n led Fin slrlictllle as un Mghitx. i ii '.ie M-nat'i nfler an all dsy ilib.iie :i b.pii.l it bv a x ot.. of II o L'l Sis-i't,i. xi' A'bsi wniked for the pas. .ige of Hi. legislation and Intonated that the . nur opposition to It i-ime ir.uu a In- t il iwiii ip iiiv xxh'ise plants are now In iied ii 'In 'ocillty from xvbleh It xxas t. it; t t , . I -1 1 1 1 tho (loveinini'iit. 'I'll" ibe i ol He district plant is to seciii" cbe.ilif.r I'.-i t nnd jiower for '.oieinnient tiulLI nss. a it, I may bi'evohed Into a gen. ei-.i' serxi... po-.xer plant Vis tut X o mouth Killed In Wnr ,x. eil ti'tl Itfupatr'i tn Tim si n 1. -' I 'O 11 -Word xvo. receiMd h' " ti. d by the M.ir'iu. i- of Mail, t ' ' . Lii-t i m, Vi unit W. 1 1 iii ni t Ii, had ( i k.il.d in bailie N, details re i -V' V-.'.'ini Wivni'.utb was "i n I D1 d xv, 4 a I.iciitcniiit of t"e I'f 'Ires- l, v, , ,' f III . . , ,.,,, ,K ,. ( ( x J j i ' w ar Atlanuson to Aid Leader Representative Henry Warns Against Debt of Billions for "Greatest" Navy, but Would Increase Army. Wakhim.i-i.s, r. .. M -Shlrtnlnh'.m; over the jirt'iiuviliii.!t piuliletn bi'KHii In Hike on a more llly oluir.ictur In tl.n IIoukc lo-il.iy. Tl em w.ir u tonil ' licy u mine clow II to Hpei lllc Issuer, llllil liniuin; miiiiii of Um le.ulerx the ilM- Minium I.. croiM n,.r.l.i wan apparent.. ""t 'Mireatr.t" .Mm,. At the .une tltno me paeillsta welo not "As " " ,14' 1 111,1 oppote.l to iiukltiB M , , . ohm the creati'it ,n tlie worlil. The n.l. nt. Some lec.it. .1 that, the con- ,,,,. .ivy , Vu, nrUl uu,j ,.iwt tlt.rm.il nrti.y .'..m havitii; Ixnn ill- tnore than I6.O0iMJ0U.0uo anil l.ft00, iM.ilul, tl w.n Mit to be unvuinvil that , 000,000 immi.illy In maintain I'. Alner- w.y plan for u hu,;.. mny woiil.l Iks put 1 rh,,uI: ht" nmuuu.n for thin . ' ' 1 1 irush.ni; hunieii In another ear Unit- throLith without opiwMltu.ii. , ,1)tl,, u.,n ,,,, ft.ii!i!erl! a uniler an In- lru'lilentally Id pien'iitalUo Kitchln ib lileilnepK of tl0,Q00,O00,0OU l..'t uh .iMUine.l an attitmlo of iletlaneo m thn ,ix,rt il ''nlanilty to our enimlry. fare of u-jkm-.j. tli.it hl cnl.v.utuvii were "Wli.iti'er l necees.iry In Htihiiiarln." I'oiiKplrii.i: to ou! him imm the leader-' o'"1 battlinmps ami other craft to kIvo chip of the majority party. Jle at i """ HU-t.-nt ilefeii.ilve navy khall h.iyo Doniieiiniii.y In h.s neat most of the ', ruppiirt. I will do everything In .my It tt.iiili.K for the llrt i.in ot I "' "'WT ,ho I'rei-Klent In fe an outbieak. None fame. Them ap."jr"" -t!t-ciH.t preparation to defend lK.ire.1 to be no oi.e rudy t.i renion- ouriountry' ........ iimi.. ..i.i. i.i... i.i. I...... i.. ,...i. The nacltlJtii. In plto of thn dlsafiter tmlo towaid AilniiiilMratlon i.l.in.-. I "Thtro Is not a won! of tmlh in tie statement "'it there in a movement on foot to ilepoM mo us majority leader," unnouni-isl Mr. Kitchln "1 h.i been nil the floor of ti c House all day and not a slr.ulo member lias tnt.iiialrd such a thlr.K. 1 am not In the nn cmbar-ras.-i'il about teports that nuch a move ment I'.uh been started. I was one of th" llrst to oppose thn cniitinoiit.il army Idea. 1 nm not polni? to voto for th n.ixal pronrjmtiio an now imiposed, nor would I hae voted for I'e army plan I am oppt'wsl to four battler hips and to the tlx o e.i- programme. 1 will vot-j for neither -ie." Slntiils b Klteliln. Ki-pres.intatlxe Ad.imsou of (iior.-l.i, one of the 1 leiiio.. ratio war horses of tlui House, slid ho would stand by Mr. KltehJn. llo did not explain whether this meant that he shares! Mr. Kitchln'i views on the naxal programme. Itepre. stiitntlvi; ll.iinllii of Missouri, xx ho lias N-on wnvi rlliK on preparedness, raid he would, bo xxlth the T'estdi'tlt. KrjiivM'iitutite lb i.ry uf Texas, an other of the majority arty leaders, ho would support an Increase In the nrmy and navy, hut uttered n warning nirilnst s.nldllni; the tuuntry with .. ruhln ib bt to build tin- vrijtrM navy In the worlil lie luntiniiisl : "When Oomrress .onvem-d In l.Vcem ber. the approved pioAramnie from the War te parttneiit was fur a larire i-on- tlneiltal army and cominilsorx military 1 I.. . ..... ..r ......... 1-1,1 ..l.n ' idan did nut re.'eli. my sale Hon not vote for either "I haxe ti. i objection to recrilt.iiB tho rfRiilar army up to the stiemrth now authurlzid b law We -li.'iild prov.de for xvhatevir olll.-t rs and te-irxe nlllcers are m-ded. Our coast fortltlcat.o and navy nhould be iiileiniate'.y 1' 'leased. SOUTH AMERICA WAR , RISK RATE DOUBLED! Km'i'm of Two (iim'iiiiiii Ci'iiN Ciiiiscs Ailv.'iin'i1 to '1 IVr font. War risk ratu to pulnts on the South American const ne .s!etd.i from the 1 tier cent, lieu;..- of last xm i k to I per cent., follow hie the n i-irt of the iseipe of two Interne dull ps from Aruentlne and Chilian potts The into to South Aiurli-a Is now oi.'.y one-half of 1 er cent, lower than that prevailing for the West African coast lanes xxhere the lii-r-man commerco raider that captured the Vppani has leen opetat.nir. The feelmttof the war rl-U utiderw rltrrs is that the (iei"i.in xi -'ls which slippi d out of liuepos Axn .in. I I'unta Aicn.is iimli- ,i,n:.l ii .t nasonably hue dune o xxlth. nit a purji"- lie liruiMl rnsorsh'p i- st-ll xe has teatlieil New V tncrcli. intuitu o-i th , tiglit. ami fo xxoni rk of n ii li'-i'S in i iiikii s-'.i- e.... .. .... arrlxal of th" A,'p.rn, nut in" " reserve engine, ring corps," I'apt llolnrs Mlinng that Here haw- be. u and will t s.ml "Tranwd men are no nion bnl'. mure su. h losn's in the new rin.ui I needed In anv l.rancli of ur ainix thai: coinmeiie laiditig camp i'.gn. In th" llnglniering i'o-p. Soinetimi i Yctcrd ly's ch.iugi- repre-ems a in- imiid us advatii" oxer the original South I American rates, which at one time stood , it oni-elghth nf l pel inn- ii"- . i'i..'ii ..nt. The Appam case nan prcv-.'iun i.i....k". .. I n... ,.enl . and lllll tier cent. N IIOW adileil. with the pi"el thai if definite news of l"-s'ii mines mon any ad- X ames will ne mane The unking of n French cruiser olT th- Sxli.in io.isI by a nibniarn.e. te. p rted yesterdav. also complicate the -ituition. Hates fur the Sue. I'an.il and Mediterranean points, which n-o to D , ,.nt. upon the sinking of tho An- cona, and have since dropped to around r. pr cut, may moved upward again. I -. tt Hie iletlnlle "f ttletueiit one xvay or the othel ot the Herman HniO-t"i t i .. iislib i all ii'ined """' hai'tiii'-nt .ie xxarshlps ami tr.'it inem ac.-iinllligly the ma ket Is bound to eotilinue un H i.te, it is sid. ex-en If the commerce lal.lln'g campa.Kt' pioxes to be a failure LAWSUIT OVER MUNITIONS. Siionlles for Itussln Held III In uriO,onii I. lint etioii. Nnw-Aliu. N 1, l"'1' '- v w'"w loaded xvith I,'1"!' o le of trlnltl'obi lii'il, coniinonlv kii"wn a- 'T ami T." ind about I.'iIm c.i-es of shraiuiil, lying off the .ler-ex- Hit- In New York Hav, formed th" issuii ot in iictloil III Ih" Fnltnl St ites Dlstint i mili liere in ,lf.i Th" l.u-sl ill linvi rnmi ni i-si-sing in-' ri lease of the munitions, xx lib Ii were seized bv the Fulled States ini'lioritb - under a libel six w.eks ago. The .lohii- son I.lghlernge I'ompiny contracted to dellxer the shrapnel and T and '1 to a' ltiisslan xoluiiteer Ihet an. Iiored off i i inn -n lid. A sioiin hiol.-- while the .lohiisou i oinpaii'.- wow was nt the ' I'entral Itillionl docks l'Ci'.mbcr and lU-.d th" "-cow to drill iron) n Its III'llll.llKS 1' Mill", 1 now 11 tne rix er and two tugs Hurt' id bv the W. J seinlnii I'l.mnatv c.i'ifht tlm scow and iilich.ued It olf Fir Jei-ey Hats A ltl-1 xvis Ibid against Ih" scoxv and the Cllt'o for s.llx.il'.e lix Ihe Scillllllli .-..iiipanv Tin iiigo Is valued at r.'.'i".""" I'hai I'-Fonl'in. ip;-e irli'g for Hie liiirs an Hiixi i nii i ill. sought to haxe tlm libel ilismlmil mi the gioimd th it 1 the en go belonged to a foreign nation lie argU'd Hiit thn Ann rlciu mini- b.nl no Juriinlh t on. W .1 xlartln of New Volk .'11111 l.dxi'ird I. lllodaett of llosloi., priH't'i'H tin Ihe llbell.ini, arguid that Ih" i.irgo xxn- In Xineriiiiii a ilcis 'ind fin th H le.isou was In X'ueii ni Juris. In Hon Fnless the .it - toriiixs ..in ugi'ie on Mils point toi-t I- iiioi.V Will be tiki 'l I'i .lil.lgo 1 1 i Igllt s idlb n In ,lii'-x i in .-..tin, I. ii morning The nnin lli ns in idee li-nl to In old next l''inlai bill Ihe sale has been post polled for a wt-eh pending the null i m dclii'in. The Niitlon il F.u.trd (.hnulil Increased mi'l strengthen! d by l'eilir.il in. I. All Mil. no things piobably will be teported In Fongrras hy tin) Military AfT.ilrH Com 1 mitten ii our priirr.iiiinie ntni thus uu , thorUu luU'iu.iti I'H parednci. Ihul has nveitahen the conttnent.il army Plan, xvere nls.i belllt'eretit. They are not content with the defeat of tho flar tlson plan, but will direct their attacks niulnst a larjie navy It.creasa as well. "The only men talktttK comrronip-e," nild llepresentatlx.- llalley of lnnsyl xanui. "nte the men who havo been t.ilktiiK cnnipromlse from the xiry bikln n.iiK. Those of us Mho have been sincerely oi'.iosltiK th. p:.u. to pIuiikd th'.H country Into a Mupi ndous iullltnrl. tic pi-oKr.m.mo nru Just its viitoroua In our stand aK.ilnt that prue'amme noxv as we xvrrt at the start "I am III fairly rinse t.ni--li with those Democratn In th' House nt.l Senate xxho have arrayed themselx-i s "lore or lt-en openly acamst the iirojMisitnm lo commit this "country to !!.' which has broiiifht Midi terror and ile.tniilloi to r.urope. The passim; of Mr. (iarrlson and of hl.s conllnentalb han had no ef fect on them, save to lend tuem fresh louraie for tho preater t.Lslt nhc.nl. t.'ntU It Wnr l.oriU1 Scheme, "I think most of them realize and have all iiloni: realized that tho real objocllxe of Uie milltarlMs xxas not a htiKe stanilUic army as an Immediate thltic. IVrsonally. I haxe n. ver fnlt that thn threat of a Ii!k tttitulinx armv wan serloii. as u prerent matter The war lords are tldlikliiK of somethlni: else. They are thtnlii'itf of a navy blir eimiiKh to nvirawe the woild and they plaid 11 llll (..lllle 111 Itei-vUlR the public .It- tetitlon centred on Secretary liarrl -on's iimblllous plan, while they wire buy I will with ilieadiioimht, battbi cnil'er, sub i mar ti. ind ill -tri- ers ' The Sen. lie I'linmittee on Military Atfair to.ihiy bean the acltiil work "f ilr.ifi.nu- a bi'l to nlnrpe the .f. Miieiuv of the army In innfnrm'.ty xxlth He ire icral pr.-p ure.tn.i poll, y of the A.inr.u.t-tr.itlnn U. S. NEEDS ENGINEERS' AID, SAYS CAPT. ROBINS li'i'-i'i'vo Torps. He Asserts. N oilhl l!e ,'ilnalile Pre pjirediioss Asset. An auilunce of l.jfto gathrrcl in the auditorium of the ICncineerlng SiK-ieties Huihllng. W.t Thlrt.x -n'ntli street. I iet night to hear 1'apl Thomas M Unions of the I'nlted state Army llngliu .ring I'orps tall: on the org.iu'za-lon and duties of cngimets In war An oxerllow meet. Uig wen H.ldres-e.l by r.ip' Itl.-hai-l T. I.'oill.-r of the l'llglli.i fllnj foil. The r. tun- was the first of a scrlei of sexen on mll.tary toplis .iirineed bv .MaJor-i!eu l-oiiard Wis.d and was s?lxen In coiniM'tinti with Hie annual iin,elilig of the American lu-liliite of .xi.nmg i.nginiiis ,i. Waldo Smith. hie f I ncln... e t Mi,. ,.lt. xx. Her s 1 1 j 1 1 1 . i, K , ,., '-iiiilj orc.iiii.Eed and in lie. I i ff.irt on th.- part of the engineer of Iln- coiintry ii - iu .ouni in nuiiililig a n-a lv el ii.nt t'"' tnternnl fr.ction in the iimi emer.i i of in arnix- Is greater than the friction' from the .neni.x. and It Is the function of iw cng-neirH to lubricate the machine' xxnne tnrowing a sledgehammer Into the i I COgw nef Is of t. e etlemv Sh wing Illustrations of the work of th" Fi.giiieeriiig i 'orps of the armv. the' 'speaker pointed out the xvaxs In which 1 scientific men In civil life could III them-1 , scix.-i to ils-'si tin. arm men In time of need. "The mil xvav to gain real knowledge of military work." he said, ,-"ls hy practical experience In camps, like that held at Fl.tttsburg last mini. ! mer. Ktig'neers attending the convention will lm taken around New York harbor n Thutsday in the .xacht Dolphin, lent I for the occasion by the Secretary of the , Navy, to Inspe. t the navy yard, the Smdy Hook prosing grounds and t. guieral defence ssleni. Somn of thn nig giniH al sandy Monk xvlll be fired Willi" the parly Is there. C ALDER LAUDS GARRISON. Full" Mini Ilent Secri-lnrv or I'. S. Ilnil In .".it Vcurs. i War Jx-ltcpireent.itlv.i William M i hlel P.llll 11 great llllillle to ex-SiClet n-.l nl War Harrison last niglfi j,l Iln- sixth auniiai .1 nner or ih,. New Wok Fbnir Flub .it llie II.. I, Asior Mi Fabler raid . "I believe that he was the I lest Si-ere. I tar.v of War we hive hud-Ill llfly xears. II think h.s teslgnatloii u.m a m'tIoiis i innoi ins lesignation xian n eerlous liilsrnrtune I .nu mi-rj for tho good of th" country that he resigned, I do hope hi- leailng Hi,. I'uliinri lllt Injure the e.inn. of pn paieiluess " W. Irl.ng It'ng, n member or the Chamber of I'mimicrce and a shipping .iilliiuity. In an address .olvo. ated that tlie i toX'cru mi lit should lend money to build ships at il'; percent nitenet. i j he dinnii a. is atieiide.i ie o 1 '.'mi tieinitw, lm bid ng members of rh. I Froiluce Fxchauge and rem eseniatiies I of the bli; Hour mills. D 1 1. Van Itu-cn preMili il 50 YALE MEN AS WAR FLIERS. XX III llecelie liistrili'llou nt si,, 1,. trinor.x in llnrtforil. i n 1I.,. '"HI.. F.b. II Mm. Him i V ! -lo.b.its luxe enisled for Ihe Uiiilinu I'.nps, which will f'inii ., ibi.-on of the serxi, f Hie Vale liaitallon, Tenth MIIIMa, Field Ailllleix 'Ihe in. n will lie gix. u In-u-ii. i am in jin,. si lie .iiiiiofi at 1 1 1 1 r i I in ,1--lil)i fuiubi.ed h" the i 'minis t h-iii Mi (, f , 'inupnii Ten of the i . listed ineii ,,, Ho xnllnti Fort, will be sibcled 'i ruinlslieil w-Hb in.n b lies far iiiei'a- . i i.n, in n commit i ng work al tin "inn battalion h suinniei' ninip at Tnln Imniia, I Fa , nuAt Julj. Suppresses Dctnils of Siiliniii riiic Kv.ilosioii Tli n I. Cost Livt's of Four Mon. KDIS0.V AflKXT IS IILAMKII WASlltNOToN', I'cb. 11 -Secretary of the Naxy Daniels jalti Ii.ih put on tin; lid as to puhll.-lty In Ills Department. He iiniiouuceil this afletunoil that lie xx-ould not make public the teport of tho spe.lal court of limillry xxhich has Just v'i'ticludeil Us luvistlk'.itloti Into the cause cf the lijdroeii pis explosion last month on the stilcuarltio 11-2 at thn New York Nay Yard that renilted In the ili.ith of f. ur men. The report was recelxed at the De partment to-day, hut utter ciinferrlni? with tome of his advisers Secretary uanieii retusert to disclose Itj nti.llimr. ' It Is llllderstcud the court found that I... ..lft.., .. .. u Ir, ..... l .1,..' .., . .... .... .,, ...... ... .... failure of one of the Ildlron employee to uixe necessary warnunt to the men xxho were emraRed III illscharKlnK tho IMIson battery at the time the explo sion occurred Mr Daniels would merely say that he had decided to approve a recommendation that thn experimental xvith tho IMImn battery hu continued and that thn II : shuuld b.i used hs a laboratory for tint purpose. At the time the court of Inquiry xvaa conxenod the Naxy Department had be. torn It the report of a preliminary board nf InxestiK-itloii. lonxetied Immediately after the ii'Clilent bv Hear Admiral 1 'slier, ciimmanilunt of the navy yard. This report found that the expln-lon xen due to un exrer-ive amount of hydrocen mis generated from the storaue batteries nnd (hat the Ignition xuis caused by a spark the orient ef xxhleh the board xvan unable to determine. Further that the exact renditions existing at the tltne of the explosion could not be delel mined owlni? lo the condition of I'hlef lllec trlelan Miles, xxho xxas one nf the men Injured, and that the irenerntlnn of pas probably xx'ns due to the fait that the relln bemi; illsiliarircd .lid not reach the zero mark simultaneouslx OwltiK to the ltuoinplete flndlUKS of this preliminary hoard Mr Daniels iinnounieil at the time that u special court of In quiry woud spare no iffott to get at the bottom of the trouble. relidlln; the outcome of expel iinents Ihe iork of Ui-tallliiK HdNon betterles on th sntimarli.e ha been m-,. pelldcd Mr. Daniels would cixc no te.isen this nfti rnooii for the siipprission ot the te port. lie Is known, tioxiexel, to desire that a I. HI opportunity be Klxeii to test out the IMin'ii batteries, lnxciit-d bv Thomas A I : I i . . t . . ihairinan of the Naxal Adi.ior Hoard, which Mr. Dan iels created. xrs7)Axn7Ls out. ei'iirll y l.enmie's ll-nd it n ee-r-liir 1 XI Isiilnt-eil. 1'iTTMit lei. Tib il S Stanjxood Mini. i'!i. n... .1. nt of the National S.'.uiiti I..'i'uc. ili'in ui.Ir.l m a ssH-ch to-iiu'i' before the i:in:lneers MjcJct of West i" n I 'i iinsx lv.lli.,1 thai Secietar of Ihe I oil). Nixy li.iiicls withdraw fiom hj- i "Mr. Danie'e has shown no iltue-xs for 'ik ios4ioti nor title to contli.uo in It." I sa.d Mr Mi llio n "I sa th e b ails. I at the pi.eet.t Jiiie ture, w:ih no i.i.lltc.s I'l.k j'l -.l I .1 II ?S. III, I I. . .1 l.lll n.i, xie must feel it Is tin- proT time lo ask If the Ann r. i. in pie show their belief In Mr Wilson by nele.tin h'm whether four c.ir.- moie of Mr Wilson means four ii.i's more of Mi DinieN. "This s of Jhe gtaiest inoment to tho..- of i is who woile recis;iii.liig Mr D inle's'.i in. i n X- atnl.ible iiualities nnd polltii.il te. old fei! his colltl "I of the up. Iiiiibl ni: of our ntxx aiul its personnel Is a m.'l a- e to 1 atlooal afex "Ills reti tiiloii I- explicable onlv be. O.IU-" of the I'l.ldetlle loxalt to him, born of frn tid-hlp, or I.e.ailSe of mlttc.-il Xpi-dl tl. . lit .tiler , liusl'leralllill coll. ccrti- Ihe American people "We want a nax.x .-.utllcii-nt for our ilefclice W. want it now. not den...inl IIS on st I'll. I loll on sililltltl., bllellles-- like, cci.notnit line- un b I the d'ri-'t.on of the he-t i'iulp.ii.1 man in Hie colllilr, and we i.iunot to lb -xe In all one'n con xictloie in fixer of prepan ilne-s who dois not icogn.e tne goo.1 sense of this iln laiat.on It is siinp'v applxlng the uni hods xon adopt in our engiiiiering xxoik toHiHeriinii nt atf ilrs of the I irgc.-t pinpottioti- "We haxo had the bcnetlt of clear statenii nts of fact and strong words from our Seeieiary of x ir, Mr iarr. S'lti, and to his cotif'sel- must be cted in. I mil i.ulv line h public Inforinatlon but also tne change in the I'resldeiit's altitude from that of a ear ago, when he ibiioiiincd the idea of turning th" country Into an irmc.l camp- wbich. be the way. no one had suggested--!" his present broad inlxocicy of expansion of our land fores, Incn-.i-e In our fortl lii'.iliulis and tlm building of the great ist b.iv In th" world We rig.inl hi cuix ers.on of the greatest moment and hue lieailllv ci.iicfatul.iteil linn on his stand and his fraiihniss In announc ing it "As to our naxy the situation Is veiy different The I'lesldi nt xwshes It to bo the fiiiemnst in th" world. Tho recom mend. itinus of the Se.rct.IIV of the Naxy Indicate that he ban approached the i-ntlie miller as a 'paiulul obliga tion ' He plans to gl" us a pinnilssory llfile for 'i tl.lX, p.lV, ible III tell .Xeats'. with Instalments maturing about III" ears fimn the dut" of l'iingic.-slon.il en. id ment "He Inn .-ailed upon his staff for rec ommend itmns planned on price limita tion, not on nitlnnil uecesslt.x -Just as If price or cost Is of ii'iiineni at a time when Mr Wl'-.n tells us the xxorbl Is iitl.ime with tltes which haxe already touched our conilnent " ARMORY PARTY UNDER FIRE. I nil ii I r- tn lie Orilered Into llrook Ijn sinu xttnlr. Hi'lg-Heii Jnhii ll. L'ddy of Ihe Sec ond llrlgaile has suited ImpilrlcM Into 111" alleged objection. lllle fcaliires of Ihe stag patiy In the arinory of (he Four teenth Ibglnient In llrooktyn on I'rhbiv nlghl. Should stories regarding orgies nl the nllalr lm xeiilled, he will order nu lux i stigailou Major A I. lieagan. Inspector Hen eral, said Hint he could not think that i 'nl. Foote. the commander of the teg. ment, would loletalo such niinlui-t an has been reported to haxo incutieil. "Hut jnu can test assured," he said, "lh.it Hen n'llyan will sift tlm matter to tlm bottom If xx hat the letter of ,, eyewitness of thn proceullngH nt tho Hi'inoiy i -i 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 h is only paitly true, thn Hriiud Jury should take the mailer u 1 1 and Hlslrlcl Attorney get the ex Idem e " Frop.-ey sliuul. Ill.siie From Wnrrj Oxer Ixllllim, i 'iinlinui'il xvoiry because of bis hav ing shnl ami killed a llcelng llib-f nine xears ago ji-terdav caused I'alrhk Ixell.x, a s. igiaiil of the Jo, "ei i 'tj I'ollin I 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 ll I , to lose his U'.IMlil and he s now In a sliall.i n ket In Hi" I'll' llospilal Iln went lu.-.iin: while doing desk dill) ill Ihe I'enlral nxeiilie polhe statlii" lesleidaj I In ip,. limn lie i e. i. 'Inil the Instil ui ion he was a taxing inaii .ic Whin hl wife went In mi' him Kelt did nut recoKllUn lier, We Mns How fo Kinirs for Supply, Sliiiiniii": Nation, llotiso Is Toll). HKAIj VKMh IT WAIl CAM K Wasiiinutos', I'eb. H A stron ap peal xxas nddressi-d to both patlbs the House to-day by Itepreeentatlx n 111" enezer Hill' of Conmetlciit to Join hanils In passim: liKlslatlun xx''.ilch will rellexe the Trilled States fnnn the distress -perlenced as a I exult uf the famine In dyiwtuffs. Textile Industrie are crippled. Con-KNt-a has bi-en tiotltled that It may bo lucrssary to ehnliic ithn color of the uni forms of U." soldiers and sailors, and tho whole country Is llktly to be nrtcctnl one u,i) oi tae. otner uy tho color fiunuie, .....i H mil 'l,,'u .viM.lttlnn ho held ,,,,,,,,,., I: t . I lermaii in..l..i' l . w Inch t,,, I'mt, ,! M.itm Ii.ih heretofore lirnori d. . . ....... l .1. . ' ,-s.iw, no ail.ieu. iiairi4 iuni.iiu-'u uj.-- M;urt, th tiio oiisvtit of a (loi man kini;, It Is niOi.-aiy In ue an i.ngi.f.11 khib for tho prlvbeno of traiisportniK th-'ln III a neutral ship. Mr. lllll tirosiMl the Immediate pas satin uf u bill Imposini: a protective duty on dyivstulls to encourage American niatiufactuicrs to elect ldatltrt for III ik Iiik' coiors nnd "o n-lease tho country from the Herman inniiopiily Too de factories In liirni.ui, he said, urn noxv In I ni; used for tn.iiiuf.o.tiirlnK munitions uf xxar. The two Kul'iK hand In .hand, It would ho a wU-e sillcy for tho I'nlted titatea to be t HlllpMl. Sce I nltrtl Males II nuilllutrd. "I know of no more, liumlltatlui; fact," said Mr. Hill, "in coiim-cllon with our tuition. il tcuiionin l-ollcy than th.n-. thn lllilli.l States Is to tie compelled hiimbt) P.- be,; from the liirninii iSoxeriiinent tho I isir priviieKe of bu)ln,' from a dye fac tory in Charlutti ubiiM the d.xi-sturts ms.de-1 to print our money and ponia-u ut.il revenue staniis. And such consent II oinv irrantid on condition that the Mate Department nh.itl make a cash pur c!iais in its own n une for lioxerninent tieo onl and ,i i.ill furnl-h a 'iiai-aiitee that Urn ilxi.i will not be us... I for mm meicial ui ri '".-i t "llaxlii!; purch.i:-e.l and t . i ! I for dx es ti mo coieni 1. 1 a litrinati kiui; tli:a ! gnat nation ttiu-l tnen t.irsioth liumbl !.' from an lliiglish knu the i-i.irer prixilesv of lux In, these dyes trans-i-Ttnl in a ln.iti.il ship lioiu it neutral isirt. ii'-io-e an tH-t-an w liieli xxe had foiidlx Is Ilex ed to i'e fie i'.o exuy tn u Hal I'ower lor non-onntrabind of war. and a p.ut ot It Is now al Uotlerd.im. The Hunan of Fngraxlng ami Frlntlng 1 Iiils now enough material to continue Its xvork for two months, and If this i supply Is recrlxcd it tension of xiork for will permit ln.illi a ear A I ng-j Iln- land's liernit-eloii for u- to exi hange sied oil xx lib H. riuany In pajinem "As I ba-ii tlp'-e facts I wonder whether tilts nation has again be. lime a . otony of a Furop.-aii mnuanhy and subject to orders in oou-H-ll ami paper blo.kades and whether our trade with the xxorld Is .ib-olutclj controlled by our greateet romuierrlal rlxal "Ik It not high tlmo lor tho Ameri can people to l-..uo a new ilccl.ir.illl.il ot tiiiblstrl.il Independence? Prices Fi '.'.iiiiii in J.nnil Per I'riit. "Few- people liable the ititi.irr.i ss tnent under xx lib h the Indu-tilcs of this country nte now- struggling because of our dependence upon one nation for our supply of destuffs. For thirty ears Hie world has pild tribute to this Herman uiomipolx . and the world Is being scuiied to-day to Iiud relief Wltms-es baxe testitnd thev were bring ing iles liom tin- Intirlor of I'hlna at St'," per pound uli.li in normal .onditlons xciie sold at -'o eetiis pe. pounil inkers le-tlfy fiat prl.es haxo adxanced In some IiisI,iiic-n '.'.hiiii lo l.uiin per cent . nnd It is Impossible to si-cure man dves at any price Mr. lllll said that 'he cotton, xei.nl, leatliei and other 'iidilstrics are crlppbd by the de -bolt.lge He leferted lo the Herman foresight xxhi.'h made Her n.an.x's deluffs factories axallabte for tho lll.ll.llfacture of high rxploslxes at the Olltlireak of tl," War ".lap. iii has waked up.' continued Mr. lllll "and has guaranteed k per cent dividends to Japancs.; owned capita,! llixc.-ted in dxesliilTs and oxpl'islxcs plants built by Japan. e . il7...i-. oil Japanese soil Hreat 1 tr 1 t.i 1 tl last ea r, but ton late, subscribed 1 1 .Vnii.i'im to tho llrltlsh Pxis. Ltd., and In addition In -iihstillz 111.- the i nil II -t I V In oilier wajs has absoiutelj proniblted tlie in ture linpottatloii of the Herman product Franco and Ilu-sia are subsidising the Industry within their own territory "When will the Fulled States wake up? or will It be that by and hy some Representative will tell the Amer ican Fongri-s. as l.lojd Hiirgo Is telling lliigland, now. 'Too ate, too late' " WOMAN U BOAT VICTIM ANGRY. Ilr. Hrell to Xsk Wilson tn Aid Ancoiiil ettlenieiit. Dr Feclle I,, Hrell, the ntiiy native American survlxnr of the Ancoiia, said yi sterday at i'.i West Twelfth strict.1 where slie Is llxlng, that she Is going to Washington to.tnorroxv to make u strrn- , nous ffort to see Freslilent XX llson to urge him to see that the Hoxernment provides some advance payment pending setlenient of her claims. "The Hoxermnent was good enough lo send me l"an iminidiatcly after the An- I copa was sunn ami m pay my xiny ' home," she said, ' hut wanted my de posit Ioiim then The monient 1 got back, howexer, the thing was forgotten As far as the Hiixeiiinient is apparently i-iiMi-i'i tn d 1 might as well haxe gniio ilnxvii Willi the Ancoiia. I can't llxe on the nntcM that are being sent I want in tell the ll'i-eiilcut of the suffer ing xxhich nn experience like mine en t.u s and lo ask linn xxh.it Is the dlf fi retire between I'lilled States protection and iiiin.prntcctlon " in- Hrcil legarded with Indignation the latest Herman F-boat nieinoranduni. sajlng that It promises a ti Igii of ter ror She said that she has a claim in Washington for fjn.tion for personal losses suflerrd In the Ancona'H sinking, $5.iiiii1 of w hich xi as la cash tesdes she has llh-d a suit against Ihe Austrian novcriiinent for Jinn.0i' "I AND THE KAISER." SAYS T. R. I 'nlnnrl Sll frnlil nf WIImoii Im Tlx ii i'hliiK. lllll) W'.xsil i"'."ri - Feb II Tlu lasi word , f i on 1 i.vster Iti.v xx iim brought to Wash- iliglon to-day b Mini It. Sells of Ten nessee, ii llcpiibllcan member of fhe I Intiw, xxho, xxlth liny . Woodruff, for mer I'twieeelxe llepre sentatlve from .Mblilgan. called in Fol, Hnosexvlt just before the lilti'i snlled for llernillda Fol Honed ell. act ordltiK to the message broiignt to iiieiiiliers of the Hull"", ' ipiiited as sa) lug I ani urn for any particular Itepuh- I li iit lamlulate for (he I'rf sldency, but I am against Hie reeleetloji of WOi.lrow Wll-oii lie Inn. deadened mn. si iciicn nf the American people bj- ,ls I t'orelu i pop I Hilug" he Is There are only two I am on and afraid of I the Wais-cr U Ihe olhcr,' . . . . :-. :B Wfr '. J x : CoriTlrht International Film Srxle. Miss Marian F. Lambert. ('oiillminl mm rirnl l'at)t: list Ausust, iiud .ipa In about Thanks.- Klvliitf time" "ou . an t coiixlit tne of murder on thai sort of evidence " "I'ossiblx not. Hut did ou purrhuo the i runt " "I won't say' irl Nordal.l. a x lerk In the Tied-1 man ph.rm.icy xvhero I lassinKer works, sn.xn he heard yon ask for the bottle last Tuesday and o.iiv ,xou xxalk out with It In your pocket." "That Is not true. 1 lsiusht no bottle '1 llesda State's Attorney Daily found cyanide nf isitasslum hidden In an a-h heap In our falher'H premlse.i to-da." Aualn the student's veiled eei opened xvlde. "I didn't hldo It." he yald "Your father ordered u gardener to biirx it Von are rtipposed to haxe tilled oiir bottle from thli can of ihiIhoii." "Nn." he said, taking a deep draft of smoke Into his luims and shaking ills head, ' I did not. I baxe had no poison, no need of an Xrri-st Kept Fruni I'lHiii-re. ! Ai.ordli'g to xiord fro-n De Katb. III. I the Inline town of Miss Felestla Youker. 1 Orpef! tl.iinee. Miss Youker has been t. D1 that .Miss K-ilnl.'Tt la dead, but has not jet Ii-iu Informed of Orisns. ar rest tor the murder Miss Youker Is se- rl"U-ty 111. She has heart troiiblo and ph.xsn iai- i! the nexx-.s in.ght haxe serious .Ifed. It was In marry MlJ Youker that 1 rpet gax-e up Miss Lambert, according . I tn the disclosures, and It was at the tn- ling al which lie told her tills that swallowed the poison wh'.-lt killed "i In I Ml.-s Youker. xxho l daughlre, will "-tnk to Hill,'' her friends ib clan- This t based on their estl mate of her h iracter. Dr T A John son. her plixsi. Inn, said to-day that xx In ii it bei ouies necessary an effort will Is' mid- t" t.. her of the dcxi'lnpment.s gradual! . .-he Is now xx.in.xltig bo-cati-e -he has not r.sently hid a letter from irpet 1.1 Kli RICIIKSOX CASK Hlrl'a . Is llenlb Iteenll. Xlnnlrr of Iilnnell mill t.rnc' llrnn n. Tlie mysterious death of pretty Marlon Lambert m Like Forest. Ill and the clr- I'lllllsl.lllti.i j .Xlileiue on Willi h yollllg 'William II iiri-i. a W ..-oii-h, Fnlxcr ! -'ty student, 1- lu ld n.alls two sinking 01 Hi. Fist '11 ,'tiei.t xears ' ..-ter il.ll.tte was ex.cui.il .,1 Au 'hum pr so ,'. .XI irc'i llmx. for the :nur ',er of liri.i- llri.wu In ,l'it, Fiin!. lie jtlist b. t raxed Hi. gni and a'tirward slew l.er .it II. g Moose 1,1C n til- Ad- iroiida.'kf I 1ir.u1 llrown wh" the daughter of a 1 ''.ii-nie; of Smith ii--cli and sh" worked ,11 a iliiri f.o t'.rj-at 1 '01 il.iud xi In -1 was II I I'X tlx.. Ill . Ie- of Hlllelte il, II. lie I u ., , l..lilh. tiio.ttv ...t In Ih. f.n'tii.i. nu I.i foremii I tin re ice, Hrace llrown, 1 I lie tw.. 'let, t.igel'n r 1 gr.it deal a-il I M llriox'i told li-f tat' er thai they I Were engaged lo li. mirrlid. Miss 1 "r"n " "'" "" '"'tor and went home I" ' 'ort and to prepare for the wedding, '"" ' s. 1 1. s of letters wh-cli were later I P lid's' cd showed she was farful that the mar, i.ige ould nevrr take place, and she dreidol the dlsgra. . which must come Me lift l.er I. nine and met Hillette in Hi. Ailnoi dai Its H,. ,,K the grl r'.xiitig ot, ig Moo-o Lake- The lm.it n a- found later drlf'li e b-ttoin up. Hlllriin xxi nt I,, Arrow heid nn i;.ig, . ti.lxe nulls from where he hired Ih. bo.ii The lake was dragged ami the Imd of Miss llrown ruiixercd Jler fain and bull wrie In ills. il, nnd at the trial pin si. la.is te.-ttiinl that Ui. ie could not Inxo Is-i-n euil-e.l accliletitall I'larctio V T i;.hi-'in, at one time a lliptiel nuris'er. be'rajed and aflir-xx-.it-il killed Av s I.limell. a i ho'r singer of lljanls, MnsF This wn In October, pilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH Why Burden a Friend with the Care of Your Estate ? Unquestionably it shows confidence in your friend's ability and integrity to name him as executor and trustee of your estate, but is it fair to place on him such a burden of responsibility ? Can he afford, from the standpoint of his own personal interests, to accept such an appointment ? Why not consider the selection of an executor and trustee as a business matter, and appoint the Bankers Trust Company, which is organized especially to undertake the duties of trusteesh1;'1 ? It is the Company's business to be thoroup,hly familiar with nil phases of trust business, nnd its organization is so complete and so well systematized that nil details of ad ministration are promptly and correctly attended to. If there is some special reason for havinp, a friend serve, appoint : im co-executor and co-trustee with the Company, thus relieving him of most of the burden. An officer will be glul la confer x'ou regarding trust, banking and foreign hunn't-si Telephone 8900 Rector, or cell at 16 Wall St 1 Bankers Trust Company I Resources over $250,000,000 Pi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiuiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiii am iiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiii nm in:iuiiuiniiini m wiiiiiiiiiindii!, Miss Celestia Youkcr. lull, mid IlJchosnn mis executed In tlm .Statu pilMJii at t'h.il'.isliiii nxeti liioliths later. He confessed hl-i cr.tin Miss I.lni.ell sain; hi the Imiminnel llaptist I'hnich In t'atiiln Idxe and s'ie ox-oted In in.nr Itichesoii, lie oh- tulned cyanide of i itansluiii and told Miss Mnneli to take It, ius It would end lir trouble, f- r wmh he xxas resionsl- hie. Hl.o was found ib ud In fhe Yonnc Women's Chrlitlai. A-mm la'ioi, iisnns, her home In llnsto" - CHURCHILL DENOUNCES SCHOOL PREPAREDNESS Tells Vonioir Ponce Pnrtv Mitclicl Is lirnoniut of Ti'iiiniii".- (Question. ... ... ...... i.iii T.r ui.i...,f nf .limi.s W ( h. rcl.lll. ex-pres Id it n f the Hoard of l.duci it "'.. sfM.k.- "' dinner of the W ..me,, s 'ea.n I art aJ the Hotel Itrexoorl last night and agr I with ever) body prisoi.t that the Welsh, bill, xvhlch would intrndu. e tnllltary i training Into secondary s.-iioois, snouiu ho condemned. He said tint Major Mltchel did not htioxv what military I Ir.itiilrii? to the school mi ant "What a crime It xiould he to take - these luds xxho ore playing tag In the streets nnd teach Ibeiu to kill their neighbors'."' bo said. I 'He told of teeing the Major at I'Httt--clergjman s lmrs , t, .UKi,,.., :,,,,i ,,?,,, .MoiiaI I men's training cnnp last summer. I "w hero iirlsi.h rats weie metamorphosed , Into generals In a ilaj. xvhere they hiked all day and tango, d all night, and; xxhere I often saw them staggering along, not under a musket, but under a heavy load of something else. '! often nsKetl lli.i M.ixoi. u bei lie was weiring Khi.ki aid I was In the! v v xpoi.ts. Md. leb It Jur -humble allite of the lawna-i wli.it mill-l Venus t, cln.n Juxtaposition and ai t.irv In.lnlne. In Hie v. I, ...is .... ml. 1.1..I I oddly -hllpeil black cloud caused H re-.. Iin Voiiidn't tell. Does 111. in . lot lies ' XXI.e .,1,1 iv. v l... ku. .1,1-1.1.. lei, lllll pax- the Klli'lert-ll' tell ' -apeas' "010 Miiinpoiir. o. i. lines ll 111111 ...., lee' Hil-.lOllie IXl'lleil to.ght tllKt ll M te.-n hers? I'xe spent most of mj life trjlllj to get that off the fa.'os of the high school girls." Mr Flint" li tl epoke of He- "aii.etnic cltixens" wlio me urging ptejiiiivdne-.s .wnl who would be t'ie last to go tn war. , Some are urging piepaiidnes-, be Mild, ( he. Itl-e tllej l.lll 111 lk- ll.ee' lit It lb the mun ti'in bu-in"-s ' I'rof. W. I Hu 1 or Mx.irt m.oi c Col-! legs was one of the oHn-r speakers, all I of whom scored tne W,li HOUSTON LOOMS UP FOR POST. J i.nirst I " lies! 11 1 tor Wnr iii-n ni-y t iirlet lliirrl-on I rued. I WxsIH.n . IV. I I Frrsbb nt W''- son returned to-. lax -to-o Ins w.el, .t.d v.ii-atloti mi t'n- Mixtlnxei xilthout hax Ins mole up bl.s mind as t.i xihoiu he will atipoiut Sc, rciai-x ,.f Wnr to sue eeed Mr. Harrison Se.-relar;. of A:r. culture Houston Is now regarded as ti'ie be-t bcl for the ap pointment piovidni the Frtsidciit Is In clined to make a ehlft Hi Ills I'ablnet. It wag said that Mi. Wiii-in is doubtful whether It will be wl-e to take Se. to- iry of the Interior Lane fm-ii Ins Depart, ment nt this fn bee. use of the lm portimcx of matters before that Depart ment. Itepie.-entntlxe Sabai.i of t'hicag.i fo. dax tllged the Fristdeiit to appoint ex Maj'or Farter II 11 irrl-ui ..f that ill x tn the vacancy Iteprescnl.itixe Abir crombln tuesellted the name of lien Ullibs Hraxes of Alabama for A'eldiant Secretary of War l i ,.uivei d .XI- ie k lurhlge. and Sinalo-- I' nei-m indorsM C C. Welj-brecht of Ml ance. )i1o ' iii ' ntml roil -'Ir-d Vi- I n I e ii Million An nil ,i -i'11'i.'l aillu.tted to-day that an on larsellii' iXlde slloll W.j y, , I'l-oiies I is: month l- terwo'.ei in the fabric nf t eiutioti s the persistent nt t al I I lniatl.ii il I'lotllnir. Tin p. l . I'-i .f l.iete le n-nsoli lo slispis-t tlm t olillii.' .f tho soup at tie Ft ,.r I I 'lab b.itiiUi't is mil the hirli ii ug ( a xas' scrle. of di.it i ,t , lk I i eaiiei t ..ii a seirili xxa inadr t. Soihla ll-f-.i .Mr- I Ires. I Is the nlfe of th. t- , , i of Kliu lliinibert of Italy s .(.. jv,j ' fornierl . .! Vernon I'.uk nnd ,-Vt dtteet. Ill ti.e lt.ill.ltl district, hut I I now- to r.-side in St. I'aiil Miiilliet season tor sUsr..-.-t,, g , xxiilestire.nl plot lle It, u, , til ' Mies l-i , i ! the ile'e. tlX'e bureau lie Wli ipiesllonfl be a ri-isi-lii. vlin slidwed Al,L-n' j liopi in Mttthrr I'.nrlh, tile pub i er ' l in-d bx K-nti. i iiihliilatl. 1 l',e , ,j . Kin of the painphlc xxire the.e r;r ! XXl'lttMli "III a D.in.r.ut '' "I '! I l T.i lit Ambroaslo " "Iterti nu m I Ant lo " '111.' pllnphiet had hi en taj.e , fro ( , loom oc.-upleil by Jean fronei In tr I'l-iilrle ax e: ie home CUL'F CliOS ICS'S TURK ATS. Sfllil III' ll t.ef mill I'rc.lilent, uin, IVelntes," I'l.lAI (NU, Fill. II. Wilier ill the i 'bx eland I'ountlx' I'll I'rnlie.-. I ie i hef ll'lllted . f,, I pnl'Ce, t lit! .itelo ll the l.Xes i t I'risldint and prelates of t ,e r Church. It was learned here tn.iU lielicllvis Toner ainl Zru,4n ,lir tioiied f.-llow- workers of I'rnm- r f. A Man hand and Frank t'.iup. i ') mer cook at the club, declireil thit i 'rones often dellxered ttrmles .nt.ixi religion Thei iald t'rones triuiiMt'i' ilerl..rfd lie would "gel' the 'rtt . nnd various rulers of llnrnpe j PLEA FOR BRITISH ECONOMY Xlcniorlnl In (iox ernnienl t rsi-i llruaiilm-il Thrlfl Sj.tem, (.re)t lahlr llfinllrK lo T'll st I.ONPOV. l-'eli. 1 I - -A tuelnnna lie. II lU.-elilell pi Hi-' I 're n.i" u d " av I. ... . .a l.. lie.Otee ;,... I".. IS. n 'A ioii.ie to tiie attention of the t" iblr.ct th tir-'eut l -sslt'. which has grown ojt n the giaxe londtioti of utioiul ftru- . . XMMttuu )lf forcing e. on. .. ,, .omd.lpal exptndlturfis r,i c' eii.'onragiiig -rganUed thrift amnr.( t , , ,.,r ,nl. h,ell.,ll.ll,1 Include Iird Fr.. ,r , u ,jr,.j, n.iril, pj- , ,, in, j .,,,,, s-tt , hl", t'.aroti AsF.r s .Vl lib.eliop of imterbu.-. alid . . ,,,) .. f. -'ii- an 1 mtmlsTM of Par' t. ........ liiiim dlatelx after Farliiment er x to-morrow , It Is bellexed. the Hox. ment will ask for a further cred.' t :M!,ni!n.it01 t I,:5n,flOO,fi0i'1. It granted this xvlll brlrg thf 'v, ' amount of war cr.dlts to iit;srnnm ?,,e'tif,.0H"."n". "ZEPPELIN" NEAR ANNAPOLIS. I Jupiter mid Vrnim Hide nn a lnrrr MmprH t'lnnil. 'l1'1 "f Ixi "t Island. Just Ki ot Island, Just acrn.s H. ' 1 lo "apenke It IV from certain that he saw- 11 Zeppelin or se : other aerial warcraft: so lie telfphoisl ri xiarnllig tn i'apt. liberie, the ---. Intendeiit of the Naval Acailemv Amu-ed by tho report, i'apt Kif Insttucted the lUarlerniaHer of ' F.etna Meriedes. the station ship ' "v xesl'glte Hie aerial xlnltor. V exs In. it. on xvpli night glasses made o . tain that only natural object! uj-r t n hiaxeii.- K.-nt Island, it nay f Fed. belongs to tho eastern shir. ' Marx land, which Is entirely "d-x latiiilnners Xtlntnke .Tupller stnl i-iiiin fur 7,opii-llns. L'.M'.'N l'eb II - Isxndnn had i p.-llo si are Hi. night Vi nu- and tu-' w.-te seans'ly a degr e ap.-ir' ai"1 s A brtghilj i" a clear sky T , ' planets were tnlstaken for aerial FIRE EVICTS 20 FAMILIES Xlmirne Mrrct Ti-iieini-nl lliiellerx llrlx n I nf n I old. Twerli fi'ni'tcs were dr'.vr edd tale li-t night b a t'r wieikid tb- tear of the butche.- ' Telina Fclire at 7 Monroe e, t.ie had g,unri much henlxx Mile tlie tliein. u al rixi .1. .r . .-Ih r. ,1 that bad the llaims r.i.. die kd for atiot'-rr few n, nutst ,-t.o-x teiiLiiHtil liou.-n wou'd hi'i de-t i-o' i .1 A - ,l x l Of t 1" I I.i. ige ' d t tneii to rcco-il t'e tm as -i s 'I of.c, and an lux t s'.gat i"i- xxii ' " fa"ly tli . aiortili g I H.oph) I'll I..I..H I! i 5 x i t i Si 3 Rl MS i5l !t v. a -t 'i j-'V5 , tijixi 11:1 gfg!. iitiNui; HIpj r A ,:i'r):ri fal,