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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 191G.
4- t i BRITISH AIR DEFENCE ' IS HOTLY ATTACKED! 5 Lord HeiTsforcl nnd Lord Mon e taguc CiiU H NVnk and Inefficient. . 5 NOT SO. SAYS LANS DOW NK f Spteial Cable Deipnteli to Tni Sri. lONMfr, March 9. In the course of a f, debate In the House of Ixirds this after ?. noon on Great Tlrltaln'a iintl-alrcraft de Si fence lord Heresford delivered a spirited attack on the Government for taking In f adequate und wasteful measures. t "We have iipent money like water buying ucle.8 inurhlncs from other na t tlon?. causing' the loss nf sonic of our J. finest aviators," was one of the charges I of the one time First Sea 1jrd. J I.onl lleresford was Joined in his at t, tack by lord Montagu, who udvocuted tthe, creation of a separate, ministry to Ideal with the aviation problem. He J verted that thcro was creat need of J larger and wider powers on the jiart of J those In charge of this branch of na. j tlonal defence. 'The present position of our ulr ser .vice la unsatisfactory," ald lord Mon tagu. "In twenty-flvo Zeppelin raids not one machine ha been brought down by our anti-aircraft guns. Our ayMem or onr "guns must be replaced and greater efficiency must lie found," Defends (inverniunit. Lord Lanadownc, speaking for the Government, said In reply to these nt- "tacks that the monthly output of nero- Jplanes In Hngland Is now twenty tttn.-s greater than In peace time, and woull be doubled during the coining summer. He added: "At the end of this month the tttrenitth of the squadrons was eight time that of the nerlal force that necompanled the. xpedltlonary force lu 1914. livery vre caution li being taken to meet the Zcji pelln danger." Great Hrlt.vln Is contemplating a still further extension of the Hit of absolute contraband, "In order to Include every commodity ltally neccseary to her ehemlert." Proper methods In dealing With thin question ate now being ills cusited with the other members of the Quadruple Ilntetite. according to Lord Hobert Cecil. Parliamentary Under Sec retary for the Foreign Olllce. A statement which caused consider- "able stir lu Parliament was one by Lord Hobert, declaring that many Germans of military age h.tve returned to Ger many from neutral countries by the means of false passports. The Under Secretary added that the Government 'of neutral nations have been warned in thb connection. While no names were mentloneJ and no particular cases cited, the belief Is that the cucs In .question, or tho majority of them, are those of Germans who have returned to Germany on Scandinavian, especially 8we.dlsh, steamshlpe. Allied Conference I'mifllt'lal. Kor the first" time since the announce ment of the forthcoming Allies' confer ence In l'arls the subject w.ik to-day given serious attention In the House of ( Commons. Premier Asuulth ai-sured the House that nothing would be done at the conference "to fetter the free action of the Government or of the House of Com-1 monr." The Premier's explanation was elicited by a nuery on the part of former "'Minister Hobvrtson, who demanded an assurance from the Government that It will not enter Into any fiscal arrange ments with the Allies until a parliamen tary discussion has taken place tui such arrangements. "The British representatives to the Paris conference." said t".ic Prime Minis ter, "will only interchange views and wilt return absolutely uncommitted to anecltlo measures. Core Is to be tak. li to adopt no measures more harmful b't the Allies than to the enemy." j t This preliminary discission of the probable steps to be tuken at the Paris, conference was provoked. It Is believed, by recent unofficial "explanations" of .. proposed commercial war by ih Allies against Germany to be enacted after peace has been concluded, but the Initia tive of which. thec stories said, was to be taken duilug the war. ' With regard to cotmcrlptlon. Premier Aqulth told the House of Commons that the Government Is considering the ques tion of a moratorium In the case that It will call upon married men. He added ,he would lay proposals before the House 'shortly. I ninarrlril Men railed. Harold C Tennant. Parliamentary I'mler Secretary for the War nillte, atated that all groups of unman led men who had voluntarily attested under the military service act had been called upon, He explained that "the Government has fully considered the military necessities before calling upon the married men." . Mr. Tennant announced tint the num- j bar of Hrltish and colonial soldiers olll .dally repotted vvoumled or missing In I .the Dai'lanelU'S campaign was. Ollkirs. , ... 1 11 n..i Tt.:.,...tl... 1 'tld.t alio ui.ii-ie, ....... i on ij -no officers and 47n others wtre taken "'" Drlsoneis. he added. This puts the total ft'"'" ho would be exceptionally lowies In wounded, missing and prisoners I ,v' U'lallfled to fill responsible positions lit 1" 05". 111 ' "f1"1 Lord Ttobert Cecil reported that the. J "H'm have'ln the Panama Canal Zona United states Hmbassy would forward alone of the most interesting and serloua list of 401 Hrltish prlsonets taiten In the Dardanelles fighting ami l.u prisoners .taken In Mesopotamia, ail In the hands of the Turks. ' N. Y. TEACHERS WIN STAY. 'Transfer of speclnl Instructor Held I P Pending Appenl. Ai.ra NT, March 9, A number of N. w York teachers appeared to-day befoie Dr. Thomas Z. Klnegan, Peputy Com 'missioner of IMucatlon. lu support of the appeal of Anna PMtebnne from t lie action of Wto New Yotk city Hoard ot Kduratlon regarding transfers and pro- .,i.., ,,f tr irhers Knllovvlnir the nr. motions ot leiriiirs. i oiiovvini, in. ,.r- .m..nt Iir ! iicc.iii Issued a rchtr.iiiimu - .1.. j ... ...... ..roer imi ui.s n' i."..in i i.i.i . i..i. ....... i.A i.,.... tw..., ing liaiisiere in in.' .nun M oooii iiiiiii it he appeal l dcternilnisl. which will be "some lime Pis month, a. cording to an - riounienient made to-nlglil Tl,. .ill. si nil IlierilVl.ll Iw III. lr.il.ulAr of klridergiillc... music, diawlng and other ppeel.il teaclnrs lo regular pos. linus III .Of e. .iii-o...... r. ...... is .1.1.1 ine .. ,i ..t .....ii. i.j. h.M i. . i.i.i. TEs it use of public funds apportioned by the fitnte to New York ctv ,,1-0 Is Involv.d. ST. LOUIS WOMEN TO AID. Committer .Bllied lo Consider Mia s.inrl Defence Cnmpnlan. St. Iiuih, March n - A comniltlee of eltht St. Louis women has bun ap pointed to consider the opening of a campaign for defence In Missouri in con nection with the work begun In the Hast hy the women's section of the move, merit for national prepaiedness. The plsn wii- Hiiiih-d at the closp of a patriotic addic-o b.v Mis Llndoii W Hates of S'ew Ylrk cltv, ihiilrman of the vvmmii'i, pictioii, who iiiiimiinccd that Mrs, August It Mejer nf Kansas city had Isen chosen as one of the Ftate chairmen for Missouri and that If n nrganliHtlon waa computed In Ht, ixKils another chairman vou d be aa. lacted hera. GERM A N Y DECLARES WAR ON PORtjJGUESEREPUBLl C Seizure of Ships Most Recent of Several Causes Stated by Berlin Spain May ,Be Affected Diplomatists , , Depart Lisbon Prepares Defence. 1.2 DECLARATIONS OF WAR IN FORCE THK twelfth declaration of war-since July, 1914, was announced yester day by Uennnny ugulnst Portugul, The dates, of tho declarations;. Involving eleven nation., nrc Riven below, lielfTlum, although an actual- belligerent, has neither declared xvixr nor ban war beci declared against her. im-t. July 25 A um In declares war on Serbia.. August 1 Germany declare war on Itusela. August St-Frttnrc il.tci.iies a state of October 1 J llhcliiiid dcihiies war on war with Germany. fliiln.irlii. . August 4 England announce a state I October I'" llulgnrln nuiuiiiiiccs state . of war vvlth Germany. 1 of war' with Ittlssla. August 23 Japan declares war onlOctober l! llussla and Italy declare Germany. war on 'llulgaria. October 29 Turkey begins war on llussla. 11111. Novembers England and Prance de- March S Germain- declares r on clare war on Turkey. Porthcal. .Special' Cable tlnpalrh to The Scs. Ionpo.v, March 9. Germany and Por tugul have been "officially at war" since 3;30 o'clock AVednevlny afternoon. The dtclaratlon came, from Germany, the llerlln Government handing passports to the Portuguese Minister simultaneously with the delivery by the German Minis ter at Lisbon of long list of grievances upon which Germany bases Inr action. Germany charges. In substance,' that the Portuguese Go'ernment by numerous acts "openly gave evidence that Portugal considers hersilf Kngland's vassal, for whom Lngland'a Interests ami wNhe are paramount Iri comparison with other con siderations." Late to-night It had not been made known what answer Portugal lias tent, or proposes to send, to the German !i du ration. She Is the thirteenth nation to enter Into tho war. The Immediate iirnrncutlon o'f the long expected rttjituri between Germany and Portugal was the layer's recent selntre of rill German ships' Interned In Porttt cuese'liaVliors. This olnt l emphasized In the German dtclaratlon. Mar Aect Jpala. A Lisbon despatch to the .Paris .Uoliit, predicting a rupture between the to countries. ays that Portugal already has taken protectUe measures along her cojm and at tlu. entrance of the Tagus IV Seen l.i.l.-lr . ircL ' I r lZ: agalnht submarines, onlers luv given that the lighthouses remain There Is a tendency In politic htro to the opinion that the Portuguesa break may have an Impor tant effect upon the nttltttde of Spain. The latter country has maintained strict neutrality throughout the war, but the K'ntente Allies believes she Inclines to' the Teutonic side. An elaborate prepared ness programme has been recently Inau gurated In Spain. A Lisbon despatch to-day stated that German residents In Oporto and through- nt i-ortugai naie neen novrseo ny their consuls m proeeeir ro .-pain at oii. e.. The Herlln Overseas News Agrticy In . a summary of the" reasons cited In the declaration of war quote the (ierman 'Government as calling Portugal's recent ! selmres of German hhlps "the graest breach of neutrality ant of special treaties.- Germany, tho declnrntlon WANTS CANAL. ZONE FOR TRAINING CAMP rdu-nwlc II iv ""' MIWHIIIX MltS Ills Man Would prvo Dt'tVncr Npods as WHI. . Hlig.-Ueii. Clarence It. HUwanls. mil Itniy lomrnariUer In rhlef In the Pan ama Canal Zone, arrived .it the Waldorf-Astoria .vesterday Intending to sail In the afternoon for Colon, but changed . , Ids plans and decided 'to stav for a few d.ivs here , catch a vess.l from New Orleans Gen. IMwnrrts, who told a 'emigres' i sloiial committee rerenlly thai it would Like :.',,(I00 Ainetlcan soldiers to defend , the Canal .one In ease of wai, Is en- j iliuslastlc over the Idea he advan.ed. of making the Canal Zone a great train- lug .amp fot Ameiliaii soldiers and re eivisis. He believes that a yenr'a Iralnlng there, where actual wat ion. II- I lions i an be approached more closely j than anywhere within cnutli. cunt! Pulled i i .-. .ial-.. pivniemn mar iiico me counvry ruo qe lH'll17IO-. III".. 11.1- IWUI.IO HI" fence of the enn.il and tho protection or .. ........... .. r. ,. i. .. ine uepuuiic oi I'Hiiama, sain c.eu. l.u- wards yesierday, rr i.-A ',,r ii iv..,. in,, I, ,oi, lu- an ... . .. ..... . .. adversary wouiu striKo ma nrti mow at the canal In order to separate out fleet, On the Isthmus we now have able line olllcers and our defence board has the mm vices of an olllcer from the navy, Opt. W. V. Pfatt, nn expert .on ad VMiiced bases. . "All i.ur mobile tioops are ou.t from twenty to thirty miles on either side' of Hie canal, becoming thoroughly familiar with 'what has been a real tern, incognita. We lire sanguine that , . . i i i ,,, s ,., j j,,. .,), t0 ,ai(. a repurl thut w l, ... ... ..... ne oi 1'iipoiii.me !o in., nar I'epari- i n,,.! ( , SUFFRAGISTS GOING WEST, . I " ' w K Women Vhler. I.. Hilng Pressure I pon llemoernls. ,.,,.,, ,. ...,,. I 1 1 "iigressioiia i nion rot woman 1 star. s aa. - jrwi-jw Ington April ! on the errand of enlist mg the l.onu.iioii women 'of tho x-otlng States In the West in Hie task of forc ing the Democratic, pjrtv, to put the S'lMin H, Anthony nmnndment enfriin- .losing ihc women of the United .States. . throujh Congicss. Sevcnty-tvto women, mvii iiom . in n in me iion-vniiiig ,-iiaies, I will be ahoaid. nnd thev will tour the twf lvn voting Stales until' neiirlv .the middle of May. Mrs, Carrie Chapman C.itt, president or the .xHiiontii vvornan surnage Asn - elation, will go West 'Marcli HI. She will direct CoiigiCislqvi.iJ conferences rli the voting Stale. While the Union will urge I ho vionien volets, to line their power as a wijipch to,, dilve theli iep- n-iciilallve.H in Hie HUlTiiiRe dliectlon, tht National Intends only to advise them to ask their CongreMsineri to vote for the measure, Mrs. John. HoRra, .Jr.. of Manhattan and Mrs. Frederick W, Hazard of .Syracuse will probably be tha Union delegate! from thla fltate. I IMS. May 23 Italy declines vv.tr on Alts- tria-llunitary. Octuber II llulgaria declares nar on . Serbia. explains, is compelled by thlrt action to give up "her former nttltttdd of forbear ance, which she maintained because of Portugal's awkward position." Among the alleged breaches of neu trality by Portugal tho German mani festo iIIim the permission of free pass- age to Cngllsh troops through the ml- , ... ..tu.iiiiitit.iu'', loir iiri iiii-.-in . . . . given to Lr.glish mcn-of-uar to ... , Wr 1 r-Hie-t. and I now do re- Portuguese ports for n time eNretgdlrig ' 'l"est and itiMlrl. that my name be not that given neutrals: the permission given t inouu-ht into the Massachusetts prl I,',','; ..V'."!"'1.' ":!.V:y. U,,! Ml,,l,,,. " ! marie-, and I emphatically u .dine to be ....... . ..or, miuu . iibOKiineius neineeu , Portuguese and (ierman troops on t ti frontier of German Southwest Africa and Angola and ficiuint Instills to the German nation b members of u,,. ivr tuguesn Parliament, who -eier weie reprimanded. ' Aflrnnl to lier.na. Th M'lzurr f the Gctinin fhii.s. Her., tin contends-, rliould. "accordliiK to the 1 fellow loitrilty men to the need of fac tienty between the to n.illon- i,ne been ' '"c unpleasant facts. I am Interested In preceded by an agieement regarding the 1 triumph of ti,.. great principles for which priC" to be paid the owner", ami that the i 11,1 1,11 "' heart and soul I have seizure was onlv Juftitlable In case of strneir and nhall eontlnue to strHe. public tieeet-si in Portital. whereas the "' wl" ,lnt nXrr ' 1nr tonnage of the ships was evldemlv larger ' the nomiiiatlon and l will not permit than th.it needed to retn.-lv the M.ir itt f.e tlonal light to ! ma. In my of the tonnage at Portugal's ilispos.il ' ' l" ll,llf Imbed. I will go further and livte.nl. the German manifesto averts Ih't " would le a mistake to noml- tlie Portuguese Government "did no! I "i,1' ",0 ''''''' the lountry lias In Its even trv to niter ,ntn . ,,i,nn,int.. it.t.n "l sotnth tig of ilie beroic--unless it villi rue i ierman Government." ... .... . .. ' Touching on the nature of the -elmre I nf the German ves..Is ill- .:,-,,,, declaration sav.s; ' '-Tt" . Ho. U-Vuese . iovernme,,, souc, the shins in i fasholi wlueli inn.. l. onslder 'l as ail inlet m r v,h-,. Ho oV tVermanv Th. .rr ' ill .loJ ? Z bom the"',' Z "and h' Portuguese flag with the war emblem set,, while salute." the Admiral's ship flred a Portugal has a r.vular st.ui.ling nrinv of 30.000 men. w'lh 23o,00rt reserves. Her .total available strength Is est. mated nt S7n,fi'ift m.n She has a navv consisting of five m ootid class cruisers and some gunboats nnd smaller craft Spain ele All Wheal. M.vpimp. March !. In unlet In s'op riots and disorder due to the high cot of living in Madrid and oilier sections of Spain the selrure of nil wheat stock In Spain has been ordered by the Gov- ernmeiit, which wl'l set fair prices I CALL FOR BABIES UP; ORPHAN SUPPLY LOW . Mr. Heath Can't .Meet o maud for Little Ones W'nnt piI for Adopt inn. peiqile "I mu-t have eome babies to who want to admit thetn." s: 1 Mrs Julian Heath. piesdent of the National ,, ' Housewives l.eiigiif. to a si'-; man v es - Iftrrl'ii' ft f litriin, tit "I hii-.i ...... li..t I .... , . . t requests from men and women, a of i "' '"' '. t Into tier homes nnd br 111? them no is I tlie.v own. and thus far I have riot been able p. find t . clilldiei. There miiM be homeless or orphaned babies somewlicre and vv. vv,;i redouble ...ir efforts to tlnd them. "We will love to Ket ti way from the Idea thai New Yotk woiik i don't w int bali.e-. I iiave In en ioil hy isyinm authnritle.. th-.t oft,n unou.n n-1f fn- babies for ridontiun. but Iheir linsh...i.ls objeit. This is nut th,. (n.,. with the leqiiests that hav,e li.en mad Of ll'i us the iiusUin.ls .licomp.iriled their vv.vc when the) came to us n,iklng for cli.l dten ".lust a little wlille ago a ,!'.""' .-est culled at our headqiiai 1,1 s,' Poity-llfth street. Just to led u how .I. . . . 1 ""i'i" '" ' " .1 1 ti nt ml li linlii' SI,.. ii:iiitinl I.. iKhh.i... - ''R'" oihe'i women w.ihotit . luldreu of I i their' own to do the mule rhlriL' I .tl.' ........i.. " ,,. n, . ....j ,m ..viiiien- tmn for a two-nnii-u-iiiir-v ear-old g.i'".ive o in . ..n iio .n.n mine n.e Kiliv Willi "link Imlr. and to-dav .umt' et " ' i.ooiiiii.sir..ii.iii vv men is coupe. New York people who ale go ng to do or leave undone Hie mighty tas'v nto the countrv lo live, asked fm "r Hie next four yeais. Tn.it uilinltili-sln-moiiths-old bi.liv hoi. Thev ., tiation can do an lii.a.culalile amouni m (hlldien of their ow n. Iitit thev tiled. ;,, ,n'l",' ",r "ar ""r couiiti) 's futliie. PH.. their heart- stmpl) .vearned for anothri-! " l.os,.ti to decide Midi n question little one to love j ought not lo be poll! n inns of the avei M 'i.ii roiillitem tli.it III.. ..n.ii.l., l. . . ' 1 ltave come i, us for biln-s nto vvorrh) In every way nnd capable of taking care or "'ll nircn piopeuv .viosi oi in. in 'lie r,.,-,.. ... ,.' t,. i.st ,,r .. u n.., iniri) wel to no i ne nest or .t Is that ,,,,. ,, ,,,i.,i so milch lo have a b.ibv In the house that bildiaiid .mil ivlfel .11,11 led out togellltr to look fm u child.1 "I do want lo Mini cliililrin fm iiu-s,. people. I want to liud homes (in balil.s It... ..I...I.. ,,. I... ,.,.111 ll a...,. ........ f ,( , Nu V)1 1 oliglit to lie able to luiiig these hiiiigi) lie.'irlcd homi'iii.ikeis und the little i.ni't. together. SHIPBUILDING BOOM ON LAKES. aU7.niHi.nnn in I oninietsi Hon Is fur still VA'nlec. Xlllll) Ci.uvt.i.anp, Manh m Cleveland mid (iu.,.,i Lakes pons are experb neiug ,H biggest slilibillldliig boom In ) nai s. .Unt t,i:.,,,,u going Into keels for bolh ln lit U,- trade and salt water .oinuieire Shipviirds nnd drv docks ine vviirkliiL- da and ' - night New ).inls being l.it.lt ami ,,, onea iep.ilcd ' "Ituslnesi is littler than I have ever known ft'to be." said M II. Parr, picn dent of tin vinrrlciin Ship Building Coinpiiny "thir ciiinpany lias con- tractiui for t lie deliven of twenl.v -sx ships which average In cost Mm'.diiU each. About 27,nmr.nnii Is invested in contracts , for ships to be built In tlreat Lakes )iirds within Hie next two years." A large number of Uie vvmkIb are (or alt water. "I'M NOT IN RACE," T. R.'S FINAL WORD oiiic.sls Tluit His Niinic He Kept Out of Primaries in All States. TAKKS HAP AT WILSON 'o1. Theodore Itonscveit. In a short article written for Henry L. Stoddard of the New York Uvrnlnp Stall and cabled td that newspnper yesterday from Port of Spain, Trinidad, says he will not permit the tise of his name In the Presi dential primaries In nny Stale of the Union. Unit part of his statement as duel ft, rill IT Wit IlllNI MS "Al'IIU'tl to tho movement In .Massachusetts to put him on the primary Uillot. Rut LillOl' Hesnlllt ioll 1111(1 l.llt llin HUggi'htlorr does not nppcal to the 1 f ttl(lS l'l'CSidPIl t . t'olonel. .iml this yeitr, unlike 1912, "his l hat l not In the ring," "unle.." as the 1 J Colonel inns It lu bin statement, "the . country has lu Its mood something of the I heroic itnle It feels not only devotion to Ideals, but the purpoie measilTably to reallni' those Ideals In action." The statement reads : "I mil deeply sensible nf the honor conferred on me and of the :ood will shown me by the gentlemen who have iinimuriced themselves as delegates to bo elected In my Interest lu the Massachu- fft presldentatl primary Neverlho- .. , ..,i., .... II,- i,rim,.rl.. ..f Hint of any other State. Morithf go I for nially riotilied tit- authorities of Ne-Ipr.i-k.i, M.nnesota nnd Michigan to this .fleet. "I do riot wish the nomination "I am not in the lenst Interested lu the political fortunes either of mjself .e .ms other man. "' rn lnt.'reteil III awakening my I'"" ' "' """.""'" "', . 1 ....I. .t ...... I. ... ... I.I ... 1.... purpose measurably to rxalle those ideuls In .icHon "This Is one of tho-e i.ire times winch i .,.. only u long intervals in a narlon's 1 .st'.rv where the a.-tlftll t.lKell d ter- "''- the lusts of the life of the genera- Such rimes were those " '"' '"' Wash- ' '"s,,",,". 1,1 1f,,i lo In the d.i.vs of Liti.Mtln Present V.l.olnlstuillnn Hopele... It Is for ti lit to.il.y to grapple with the tieiiiendo.is national mid Interna tional probl ins of our own hour In the spirit aed w in the nblhtv shown hv ' lhe w li upheld the hands of Wash- . ir.gron and l.itiioiu. Whether we do orlar.vwiii or ills u-soiuiion came jiihi ..... I.lo not a. tomplish this feat will largely . f"ie t.ie adjourtimeft. when .-en.nor at -1 drpetal on the action taken at the It.- I daman took the floor anil defended the , t.ot.ii...in miiiI l'n,L-rsslv i. iiioti.it eon. resolution Introduced by Senator Gore. ' veitii.itis next June. "Nothing Is to be hoped from the i pre-'iit Administration, and the Mrue-1 I gles betwi en the President and Ills part) bailers lu Conuress ;,le to-dav merel) snuggles us in whether the nation shall li.ee lis Oliver innetit.ll reiiresentiitlves ; adopt an attitude of a little more or a I little less hvpo.-rl-v and follow a pollcv of shghtlv inciter or slightly less base- I nes that Hie) otTer lis Is a iholce I between ib'gr. of hypoi I iy and de- grees of ll.falliv Hut disgust with the tin m.i itlx. fad- i ore or the present .vii'im.iMiatlon, l re ; he does not. and I know ought not i to ne, in tli.it the American p.ople will j vole in il spirit of mere piotest. They I ought lint to. and I b.lleve (hey will not, be content merelv to hange the present I Administration for one equally timid. , quail) vacillating, equall) lafk.iig in vision. In moral int.grlty and in high ilvr They should desire, and I b- I llrve tin y do desire, public seivaiits and j pnhlie polnles Mgrilfylns moie thn i admit cleverness in escaping action le- f clouds of line winds, in refusal to face real InteAial needs, and In iiiniplete 1 ai,H()rptn of ev.iy l.i.ulty lu devising 1 rnti.l .i it. 1 v sloftoii.' li.tiil lo month filul div to dav ine.ihiiies for escape fiom 1 ' . " '" ,nl'"' "' ' vi i om our Inte1111tl011.il duty by tlat abandon- met of our .,.,I l,onr-n.eu, e due to suer die.nl of various foreign I Powers, teiiipeie.l bv a somet.nies hnl- liiotii7.iiig and si,!t,tiMM's luiitUcting dread of various (l.ss of voteis, ca pe, tally livpheiiatid x idem at home. xe must ilanfy and ilchne out pull cles. vv.. must show that our lie.f n our. goveriiment.il Ideas is so real lliat we wish to make them count In the wm 1.1 ai ' lame and to make ,. necessary si.crl- 1 11 I 111 oriii-i mm .'. i-ii.iii ii.iiii.. riiiri3 ' ' of tills great repulill have a coini I-' biltlon to make to ihc i.iuse of liiiiil.imt). "'' p c.llll'f Illilh IV llllO'-s we iisv FIIOVV 111,11 III' ...II -si-'i.ip 4 it ii-jii'i n. anil J fair deallni: mining our own nun an 1 I xv omen. I belli xe that in a . i sls mi, magnify tho n.eds of the oqtmtry oi' too i i., .i. .... .1... ........!... .. grave is itiis.ssible too ereatl) to M.li.iV.i I" o m il in. in'- iirii-rnij u.' "s .... - " ...... - . iiilnlml?.lng and subordinating the de. .views n,. of Individuals I'asl. M.eiiil fur HrleKiilrs. "Tl,.. .1..I. I- ll. u In, nt. In (M.l.'tr... ..-.It ' ' ... ...s.. , M' OI"' "no I'll I "l Ilia 1 Ollliooi., CI. II ln.u slw.nl, I ,lii- I... nnll.O.I ...u ..... less should they be politicians controlled by mist, i- minion, fiom within oi with-: .nit. Thev should be the veiv best 'nen that can he found in out enutni), vvhote. one gieul mission s'.ould be lo desiie in! iineqinvoiai .ei.t.s .or a iirogiiimrne ol del nr. siiHigh' out iiiitimial Am. ti - . aiiisn . in needs not less than in wol.T.i, and inlet t.al and intern. itlon.il mallei s alike nnd In choose us their iiii.illila'e n man who will nor mi rely stand fo rm, h a piogramiiie l.r fore .bcllnn nut will i i'so ill. Iv and in good friltli put It thlough if elei led "Then, men sho.bd be men of rugged Independence, vv'l.o possess Hie blondest i, n.li.ilh.v with and iiiidei'staiiillng of 'he I. coin und dcsltes of their fellows: their In) all j hhoiibl be neither to class nor lo seuions, but to the whole of the Pulled Slates and I he j.eople Unit dwell thetelii Thev should be lontmllrd hy no man and no interest nt.d their own minds should He open 'Mon.. . .. to. a-uml- rr Mum, ibionu mav occur betw.en now and then. It Is iitletly linisisslble to say now with any dect if leilauitv who should be iionil nal.'il at I'hiiago. The ci.vlng, the vital lie. I now 'k that the men who no.t .lime nioetiih'v at ClibMso from Hie for-iv-elghl Slides nnd mingle the view of Hie entile coiiiui) shall acl with the sane an. I lofty devotion In the iuleie-t of our nation as a whole which was ' shown b.v the original Continental Con. giess, They should approach their ttudl unhampered by any pledge except to bring lo Its accomplishment every ounce of tuutuge. Intelligent aud Integrity they posseei." MONEY TO LOAD ON BOND and MORTQAQE DIRECT TO ORROWEItS LAWYERS MORTQAQE CO. HICHAM M. HMt, Prodtfant CaptUl.turpltis A Pr.$9,M0,Mt t Utxrlf t..! T. lit Monttiue Bt.rBkB. M'CUMBER RELENTS, BUT NOT VARDAMAN SAYS WILSON'S PHO-AU-Y W'asiiinotos', Match 9 Senato' Me Cumber of North Dakota linn withdrawn his resolution warning Americans .iff armed incrrhantnHn, assigning as hli reason that International negotiations are under way looking to a solution of the question. With the wlthdruwHl of tho McCuin her resolution all probability of action by the Senate or a serious revival of the acrimonious debate over the nuestlon of warning ban disappeared for tho tlmo being. Senator McOumber said to-dav In withdrawing his resolution. "In view of a rather sharp tuin of events during t lie last twenty-four hours In our International tangle and lu view 1 of what seems to be an authorized state ment fiom the Secretary of State 't'.ial wanning Americans will presently find themselves aa effectually warned .iK.i'.lis' passage u aimed men hatilmeii as though this Government had In f.o i. put Into force either the Gore or Mcl.i- inore resolution.' and In view of the fact that new proposals and counter pin-1 posals are being presented by the con-j mink by a German submarine on Octn-1 American people :m interest the Impor tendlng nations, all of which Indicate a,b.r 2t., lf.lt Two Hrltish merchant ves. , tnnce of wlilrli they never possessed tendency toward settlement of t , sels were torpedixd without notice on ' before. t" boat i ontroversy. I feel tint :m reso- J miliary 30. If 15, and the Mrtti-li hos-I "They are doubtless right, because It lutlon deallni: with thin question would ! tdtal sl.ln Astuitas was tired at with a . Is -i fact of llret rate Itnportanre not only I be linproi-r and posslbl enibarrass.t'i, ! at this time ..Th ,ill011 lotrodured bv .... u.i Iiertlnent at a time when the Presld nt hlm-elf was asking for an expression -' ''''.Vo "". " request, nut lllnlel ine i .11, mo . on- dltlons P ought. In in) opinio,., now , withdrawn. As the icsolut.on ,s a at..' .la- expression of my vl.vvs as to the. . dutv of American citizens .luring tin controversy. If occasion deiuaiids li ..i ! the future I shall i eintrodiiie It i ask ilt.rffore i-erinsion to w.t,,ilra the resolution." Tile request w.n planted The old) reference In the Senate to day to the German submarine situation outside of Senatoi Met. umbel V with- i Senator Vardaman's talk was mostl I retrospective. He asserted his Inde- peirjencn of the White House and at- tacked the munition makers and the . pren.. lie lead from manuscript He sabl the Pieeldetu had w i ttten some good . books and was In m.inv vva.vs a remarK- I man ami rue .- naioi .onies-.o I certain ailmlration for htm 1 'Hut. he added, "lie h.isn t a . oi nc on all wisdom The press that had advocated pre. parediies- tin ."-ett.itoi t. ten.-d to as "Patriots for pelf. partisans lot pltlildei He drclaled the vote b.v which the i',oie lesolulioti wis tabled was not a "vote of . olltldelice ' .11 the Ples.ilcllt. but "a VOte of olietllellcc' to tlx- White House Senator V.ild.nnao defended German). ' s.i) ing sue hi, J to preserve pea made mole i-oncessioite w ith the t'nlted States than t!to Hnti iite Allie- had and , ehalEed that th" Pn sidenl 'leaned toward the Allies, ' Tlie Senatoi fell lie should s.i) as much be, Mil".' some so.plen brain on. stltuent hid written ci IlicMng Ins course in not supporting the President LABOR FEARS FOR DR. NEARING .re. Ilfforl lo llfixe I nsi r in t or Ousted in Toledo loo. Labor leaders heie were riotltbd .ves terday b) Toledo lalior men that power ful Interests weie being brought to bear lo have Mr Siotl N.arlng "thrown off the faculty or the loieiio i ntversit). as he was thrown off the f.icillt) of the Cnlveislt) of Perms) Ivanla and fm slnil- lar jcasons -iicca.i.e .. .nivocatcs e. n. . ,,.,,i,,. The letter ben ring tins Information read In part as follows "N.-.u lug's ene mies are woiklug under covei. but work ing haul. The first move was an attempt to persuade Mavor Charles M MHiov not to appoint Dr John S. Pyle as a untveislty trustee. Tho objections to Pi P)1o are that he lias declared hlms, If lo l... In r..v.o of .Vent ine unit NVurlite s if the .xia.voi Disregards tire stigg. s lions of the iintl-Nearlng foues. then. It Is said, an attack will he made on the university neii ne.xt .iiii.v urn ine i-it.v , ( .oulll, is scheduled to make the annual appropriation. The Council will be ap pealed lo to withhold .tv nippnit ' SPANKING GOOD FOR BABIES. ii,,,,, souar liud llarr I. run ri Mi) XI hi. Who limn.,, Hoston'. Miurh ). Dr John l.ovei Mose of the IllllVlltd .Medic 1 1 Sihool liabv specialist. Iris lirepntcd i list o' "don ts" for clnldien He calls sug.ii j the loot of all liabv Ills Thev should ' be mad. to eat what Is set befoie them. )lo s,, Vtllw nl, M,,, , , l i, .,,. ... i in., h,,ti,.t sio.,i.... .1 .... Never deceive them I'ew babies glow up without the need of resl coipor.il punishment, adds In Morse Never spank the hands or fa.e t Hi. also suys that maiiv tliildren mve died of disease or accident because thev were not taught obedience. The death certlllcate should ,ea.l "fail.,.'., of lite parent to lea. I. obedience," . concludes OH0SS-C0NTINENT DINNER Weslern I nlon Here, In (ImnliH anil mi I oast Hear Pi ourniiimi', Ahoiu 'J'.'i niembi'is of 111, Weslern I'nlon KSIuc.ttlou.il Society o New York met ;it "I Walker si reel last niglii to parii.'lpalc In a beefst.aU dinner anil exhibition of tliiliscoillllieiitiil tolephonv Meetings wcte held slniullnncously at Omaha, San PranclM o and N. vv York and all three cltlea w en. i oi.iu'rleil bv tcU'pln.i.n ami listened to the pro. grammes at inch place, wh.cli ronsiMul of speeches und imis.cal uiiinbcis A million ph i lire show illustrating i he development and i onstriicllnn of the leleplmne Hue across the continent formed part of the entertainment Tho dining room at SI Walker street was decorated wllh American Hags. Stand ard clocks giving Hi time at the threa different cltlei wer on tha walls. ia -totirS.l's-i v ij?h,'iit j'- t lA-AjtK WILSON TO TAKE ISSUE WITH BRITAIN ON LINERS Secretary Lansing Denies That an Indirect Warning Will Be Issued to Americans to Avoid Armed Vessels British Answer German Memo. Wash iN.iTii.v, 'March 9. HeiKirt that the Administration was considering changing Its attitude on the armed mer chantmen question Hnd was contem plating the Issuance of a warning to Americans to avoid taking passage on armed merchantmen called forth u vig orous denial to-day from Secretary Lan elmr. Mr. Lansing declared In a formal statement that there was no basis what ever for the tumor that an Indirect but effective warning wns to be Issued. It Wi.H admitted,' however, that the Gov ernment contemplated taking Issue with Great Urltaln on the character of arma ment carried by Hrltish ships. Ihrrfhutlc denials were also forthcom ing from other olticial quarters Indicating that thn Administration desires that there be no mlNundirsturidlng on the question of Amrricuus travelling on armed merchantmen. Americans must decide for themselves whether It Is ad visable for thetn to .take this risk. A HrllUh Rejoinder. A statement from the Hrltish Km bassy taking Issue with practically every assertion made against Great Hrltaln in rhe memorandum submitted to tho State Department by Count von Hernstorft was Iseiteii to-day All assumption that these charges would tint l' controverted had much to do wit li the origin of the report that the State Department, would modify Its attitude on the ques tion of issuing a warning. Tho Hrltish HmbiiNsy's Hatement as serts that the Germ.m submarine cam palgn wa undertaken lief ore Great Urlt aln Issued Its orders til coimcll or com mitted anv net for which G.rmahy might have undertaken to retnllate on tho ground of violation of International law. The statement follows "According to the German statement i lei man submarine warfare was enforced on I'ebiuaiy is, l!G3, as an net of re in isat against Illegal acts of Great Urlt aln The Admiral G.urte.iuine. with I'.eou I una run d refugees on board, mostly women and children, was torpedoed and . tnr-do on Keltruary 1 I "The Illegal .e ts lomplained ,f are BG. 0. P. DELEGATES AND ALTERNATES LISTED Cliaii'iiiiiii Knt'iiii: Wives Out Nanips That Will Hp Voti'il On at Primary. .'oil tv riiati'iuai Itl Ko.ii c ave out last night t.m 1 -t of delegates ..ml allernat.s to the I!, publican Na- tlonal r.inveritloii who have been deslg- n.vted by tin- dlsti let leader" in each of the Congressional districts in New York loui,tv, ;ltid who will lie vole.l on at the , t..publlcan iirlmnries of April The i;,, iw ,ls foil,,.. I M .1111 ,-ailMO'l -L""'1!.. llttt.'ll . lair, alt.rnt.re. Thirteenth Kr.-,leii.k I, .Mai-shall Michael Hall, alternate. I-'oiiite. ntl.. utto T. Itannanf and ller- b.rt I'.ir ClaieMc Civ and llarr) K'opp. alternates. Klfte.iith. .lob i: Hedges and llelll') I, Stlltiso t. .lolill Sin, i and lleiijamin V Cox. alter ...ites Si.xleenrli Mirti'i Steiutlial and liev.rlev It Itolilnsotv Clarence .1 S. hniela l .i .d .Mt.'b.ul II Hl.ike. alt. r- nal.r. Sev. iiti entll. William II Poiik-las . thl.e vears he Is immune. Mi Wo. ds and William Hoinl.v. Joseph Neledlv and I suggests that the I iw lie ameivled sn Gilchrist Stew ait. alternates . High-1 that it will be possible to .lepoit al.t t -t..etiih. Ogilett 1. Mills i.inl .laiiKS It. .il anv time when their i. tntn.il leeo'dr Sin til. Id. Ambrose Veal' iind William I lire disclosed. hehev.T. tln.t rh 1' (Jiiliin. alternates Nineteenth. N'lclio-1 mlclit prevent i large intliix of nude, la. .Mure.ij Mini. and I'harles p . e. rubles les. , Holier! Iliiblii and John .1 Lvons. Sulisequen, to the nrn-ler e' Lieut nltei nates Twentv -lit -t, George P. .liAenli IVtiissino ,n Hal) when .Mi Sheldon and Valentine Halm Geotge V. ' Wood" iv..s the Co.ittl. Ti. tnitv C .nms .Med.ille alternate tor Mr llahn s.oner. during the l .u.ini' ot Pol Coin- The Twelfth. Th'i teciitb and Tvven-! Hlnah.ini. two d. t.s t ves weie t.eth Congressional u.strl. is will set 1(1 ", " 'Oiintrv to get as i.i.n.v only one delegate and one alternate . criminal records as potable of Italians ,v.i, I,,.,- o, ....i, of ii.s iiu.it.... . Iivmg mi the I lilted states Almost o the I'.epilhllr.ins failed to poll more than .,,,1 ....... I,. Win. r,..- .... ....... ..lector, and fall i lo .,,.11 o.ore than that ..llmlur of w..e.s for its lle.l"f '"' ''" . 1 oV.ois l'l.. t . se ,,. , ' 'il, Hill ,1 ll v i, oil ,,l l- ll'i iriiLii",. till" delegation from New York State to the ,sep,.,.,.,-an .ai.o,,.', .oxenio win In I91'.', and ..gainst the nlnetv dele compose the New York ruv.tlngeiit at the St Lou's convention No del. gal. and alternate have been i host ii in tile Tw. iitltli district as vt. the .fret 's- of the xa. lolls Vss,.oiU d'Mrb'i lead, is ... that Cohki...... dndrl.t to deelde on the two in.ii hiiviuc ns el been Ulllivillllllg No selccrlon has bee i made from the lllevenlli Cotigiiss distil, t This district is partly Statin Island and niirllv In Manhattan Chaun. ey M liepevv will be chosen lis the delegate from the Man hattan end of the district, and ijeorge Clotiiwell will go f i mil Stat. 'ii ls mil Their alternates are to be Plv lio.en b.'tg and a mini named I'rl, e Mr ixoenig and Hrverlev 11 Itohliison are the mil) district l.'.idets In the ...tint) who wen deign,,!, ,1 delegates GOMPERS READY TO FIGHT. I, lues I , I nlon Men He 1. 1 ml tlur- nell Immigration Hill, S,imii ' .lumpers, piesldeiit of rhe Xuieibati l'edel alion of l.aboi, s.mi n leiilav thai he is read) to light for th.. passage In i'o.ikioss of the iliiinetl nu. i migration bill He has the :'.(iiio luhl iiH'iiibeis of the federation lined up ,.in also counts on the snppoii of It.iliiil.iiiin members of the Kartnois N'lillon.il I'ninii and l.iioii.iiiiii rallroul union me.. "The Hiunett Imtiilgnitloii bill s p.-i.il lug ill the Ilmiso and will uinli mi lit ml 1 '.V;, wie next roiling,, ' I I f . . ' nnoi nccme, s,., , , ,P I r"' "V"" ', '-,;,l''' ' repeated i-e bn voted on within the next foili.igln ' sons in r nn ve i. nowcr lo chec ; a mm ill.) i- will am mot significant Tluw eni ph.isUe :i free piope'rt tlelcrinliutilon to ' have their expression vviitten into law ' Iqy PER MONTH ON PLEDGE xo0F PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK MAMIA I I AN. I Tourth A?enue, iw, S.'ilh Slrenl, Kldridgn Street, cor, lllrhmtoii at. Sex entll Ave., bet, IHth nd 40th Ht Islington Ave., cor, llittli Hlreet. tirsnd Street, ror, Cllntoo Htreel. Kaat 72d St., bat, Leiinitoa It Jd Area. Kast Mouitoa at., cor. Kaaei dt. .aj? apparently Hie rionaceeptnrico of the Lon don convention of liiuu, the enlargement of tho llsr of contraband, the warning to merchantmen as to mines In the North Sea and the capture of the Wllhi'luilna with foodstuffs on February 9. Itraoon for it-rntlflc-nlliiii. "The lMclaration of Ixindon of lPOli was never ratified by the Hrltish Gov ernment and was never binding on them, One of the reasons of the non-ratltlcatlon of the convention was the claim of tlwi German Government as to the right to treat foodstuffs as contraband. "The enlargement of the list of roll traband Is an acknowledged belligerent right : the warning to merchant vessels In November was due to the fact that the Germans hod sown mines In the high seas resulting In th destruction of many Innocent merchant vessels, foreign us well as Hrltish. "The Wllhclmln.i, with a cargo of foodstuffs for Hamburg, was only stopped after the German cruisers had destroyed the Dutch vessel rvtarln in Sep tember, 1914, and the Krye In January. 1916, which were conveying grain from California to Ireland." W1LSONAS TACTICIAN. London Tlmra" TklnLa He Una Proved Ilia Courane- anil Milll. .Nperml fViMe Hetpatrk to Tim tl London, March 9, The Tnnr In commenting upon the recent victory of President WIHon In Congress says' "President Wilson's victory is a re markable proof of bis courage mid skill ns a tactician, hut the party consequences are too delicate for foreign observers ti. comment upon and too Intricate for thetn to understand without the help of Ameri can critics. "The grear feature of the present lt nation I that for almost the llrst time foreign affairs have Is-come the le.idiug Issue in American politics President Wilson thinks them m important that he faced the opposition of I lemocratie leaders. The Hepubllealis have decided to make foreign affairs the main lsue In the electoral rampilgn These experi enced politicians evidently agree mat 1 this vent- foreign affairs possess for rlie j for the immediate present but for the future of mankind.'' MAY DEPORT CRIMINAL ALIENS AT ANY TIME NVoimN Seek Immigration Law Aiiicinlincnl Kliniinat-in-; H Yar Limit. I'oll.e v'ollllllisMoliet Wtini atillcuietd jesteid.y that while u, Washington on Wednesday he .inferred with Coi.gi.is.s man .lolill I. Mill jlett . chairman of the llu.ie Coinin.tt.e no Immigration, and Congles-ineii I. i" Stegtt and Joseph V l'l)nn of New Voik ..t vilili.ll lie advo cated an amendment to the alien I.iki "" '' '" ' 1 '"'' i""'i for the .1. pori.ilion of lor.ignets a, 11 criminal recoi-ls. M. Woods s.ild the llepresentnllxis weie lu act.u-l h th e me iMire At .esent an alien , ,111 ,e deported If t is discovered wirl-ln rhr. e verp from th" rime of h,s arrival thn Ik cnmmitleil a felmiv in another countrv If tl,f riir.ni.it lemuiis he,. moie rluo "'-""- '"""j l wen- found nave ..loiiif ""' " ' be. ..-.10 part be inais will ne oiueied from li, ni'n The te.or.ls were pigeonholed .luring i'ie cl. iliKe of administration bill Mt Wmi ,opo!. , ,,,., ,0 tj, I CLOSE G. 0. P. FIGHT IN INDIANA llepilbllcn ll Sei.i.lorshlp Iti.ttle Xh) f... fi S(,i, I mi v I-,, I Inn. I Mi' vv MM) is. Mar, I. V The ...i.i oate of Hie Itcpiitdli an I .. i r t x fot i t. led States Senator fiom liid.ana prol-a'd.i will be sel.'iicil bv Ine p.irlv s St.He ... -vcr.tiop Otnri.il ii' d unotllil.il r.tut'.s iii.hiated late to.ilit.v that no . iiupilii.. would have n niajoiit.v of th v !. ,,i.-i In Tuesihiv 's prlmaiy llarr) S New i t Iml. ."iipubs has w,e a nluralit) of lite pi. i. i. in e vole lb tutus tin in ",ni!i o' lee .1,177 p". i hill,. the St tie gave New x,:'. ni,,i , choliv votes than were c.i.t for Jati.ei. i Wats. mi of P.usliv die. his prm.i. ... poneiit. Cotnpai iitiv cl) few sc. o'nl ilioi.e v were cast .-vlitl political observei. , . ..Hani Unit New would noi have .. - ri clem number together w ith : i tl i limie voles to give hl u ',.. m i ,t in the prlni.ir) Polltll.ll leadcls ague '. il possible t tell Vet Wl 1' efli ' , ,. hoico Vol' s vv oulil in. I ,"a"y ' ' da I. s 1916 Catalogue Ready 160 Pnj(cs, Illustrated. FREU I'M ISITT NINTH XrAKJ L4lVUIvfVIVMy New York, Hnrclav Cor. Cluircli St. CMcxiffo, Uandolph St iieur Den) born IIIIOW. Court lln.1t Ave., cor. Usth Street. IIIHIOkl.V.N. Smith St., cor, l.lvuiiotnn St lirsham Avenue, cor. Oeherolxe St I'llUlu Avenue, cor. Iluckawy Ave. LOANr) KEPAIU WITUIN 2 TWO WKEK8 KBOM DATE TELLS HOW SERUM HAS SAVED SOLDIERS Dr. Williniii II. nHv lirf,.,,, JiKM'iiliilion of Aiiiiiinis in IvviM-rlniciiliil Wink. Laboratory worltei. u ., animals with dlse.ife to te I ,r ,fC t of serums ale fully Jn ,. t , s.ivng. of human :ife. m i u II. Pari., director of the ( ,e incut of Health Laboi ,1101 iff fiicrl,. ill n incetlrig of the Public llnlth fA'i. I cation f'oniinittee l.i Id .n t .I'JtT, of 'Meillclne. He vras similutig o' t,-. of life that has tesiilted of telniius ant'tovit I r Kltropi' olid eliowed ho u IC M. is e' ef,j. lliat inclined inr wa.v lit w n n i, , toxin Is ueil Was gii.nril lix rvisi rrrr-i orr animals. Ami wlieie tclai ,t- . , leiuly set In folkiwu.g a bit) ; gT1 the patient cull be sav.d l .. tJ . , , lected ns experience with Indicated Is the best way "One of the greatest dat.ue a . , dlers Is tetania," lie saol n ,r. this counlr.v litis in 1 1 u 1 1 1 x- -." doses of tetanus anlll ix.. to I'.i , iiddltlon to all 'that Herlln fir . vj London have produced, so n-lv n , few outl.vlr.g trenches the .- ,'.i hji. been unable to get it, ,u,d t. t u.m been "redilceil to ,i in.li iilu i i i. savcl many live" "A fcW Vo.irS llgo It H- ICSH',, th.it It lould be inject, il into . w tf.u cord after the dlsm.-e had -. i. In order to lllnl out if s.i, , , , Wollitl cute It w.is ll-e, (m f.,r . guinea pigs. Those tint ii.el Into the (-vloal colun n got ve ., . T th. that had it Injected into t a ij. ,.. died. So we Judged we i . . I ,. llV to Use tllO.-e gtlllMM ing It was the same method ., tile Value of eerehl ,1'VU. il I s,-ll.n, he sit.l, :il'.!l"Ull proved on ntor.l.eys. D I . Honed the ureal sacrltlies oi t had ..lliweil thcmsclvii. t . with yel w fever in ord' t t p it c.vine from the bite of I ,r Animal" we'e Immune to t' (Ine of the dot tins who nit self in his test .bed. "Some pc .pie 1. 1. HI.', s.iv ' . -ia!e ',,M. Ml '.IT mo tin r. betrer t" use p.oplxt I att..i.(:- t reniatl.e.l. "but I do not lie. ,, Dr Path, also told .if a raw rn.tfl' of slopping hemorrhage h t ,e n , thr.tiubupl.istin. mailc fr. n. It" lea n' ii.'iitlutl-. In e.Onn c.ls. s wlie . 1 ftr.O'. rhage might have r.su.teil -eritw there has not been U fata 'v 11 pan i ulv useful in . . ( tide'iotds ROADS TO GET 8 HOUR DEMAND. I'olirt I . n I .. .oe.rs llt i.li ii in linn, ti sl. Hurt) Xiisner. ClttcMio. Mapll ! -The "f be; of the tour train etv . v n.ssls ,.te nv.rw he.initigly In '.io-e( present.,, liem.llli's for a. . t ' .1 ,y ii'i.l time and one-li.lf ' : time to the railroads. 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