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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1916.
SAYS JEWS COULD kitcheners fate shocks NOT ENTER GUARD ' GREA T allied FAIR CRO WD r .. r."TT , . I Workei-s Hide Sorrow in Effort to Make Success of Re Harfley. hv-Cnptaln of Const ... fi T . . . . . ArtlllM-. TpIN of Spe cific lii'tiinrc. WHITMAN (JETS ClfAIMJKS fli M i v -vhn rl;r.d on Aprl 1 a iri n( Company 11. Kiirhth C at Art -r t'orp, will f a wltr.j to day t f -.tication tW"n; Ailjt. Un. ' - U ?ttl5burjr of th New V rk N, v iluird In tha S'At Ar mm v vtnu and Thirty-lifts Ke irii that Jewl1! apptl- ra ii for " trr)nt have faced din cr r - An iff la. made by Hartley "ha-slne Maje- Taj, t.-!tr. m command of the batu' n h which Company 15 was Im-!u.kd. w h belr.s prejudiced acaln-t Jews aril t,m prevented them from r.l.st,-iff. u f.-rrdd to Gov. Whit man lat n.snt by M.uirlre Simmonf. chairman of the committee for th pro tection of the cood nam of Immigrant people. Tie complaint was submitted by the council of the Your.g Men's Hebrew nd Kindred Association to th Jewish Community of New York city and Dr 3. L. Ma?r.e., chi.lnr.an. passed it to Mr. Plmmon for nct.on. In hU ltter to Gov. Whitman Mr. 5-mmons iwld: The facts set forth In Capt. Hartley's ftMavit s or.e'a sn of iu.tv-. Tfce roni t: r.j d.si-ksed. If permitted to crntlnu a d spread, constitute a menace n free ln'.".j'! 'n. Thl ca Is so rUer.int that If the chare be . la s . I Major Paul Lceser should rec vs s : shrift from your Kx. el l' rtcj . Ex-Cpt. H)-Ji' Is a native cf Nrth Caro'.na. He srvei In the 5p.ir sh war In the S-orl West Virginia Volunteer Regiment a-i later was. a private In the ElevenMi fr.lted Statra Infantry. HU aff ldav k'a f.rth that although an ef fort was be -s m-ide to r-rulls f r the Ccist Artillery Corps MaJ- r Lo-r tn eorferef with officers w u!d tell them '".o rraice every effort po-,'b'.e to ret men f.her than Jews Into the bat talion." Hir-..y c '-'d the ca cf Jeph Kauf man, m Sergeant Rud:'ph Halpern brourht to h.m I Hartley) as a recruit In Novem 'T. 1913. Kaufman p-ised the phys: .ii eximlnatlon and was a'-ut to b s . tn. Hartley says, when StaJ'- W,c.f7 c-lered him to reject Kaufmir i.iy'r.?, "I order jou r.ot to nllst a-y Je.vs. Hartley "rally !wd the re.ru : admitted to a company r .t In Loe.er s battalion. Harley c.-rge-l that n-hlle Loeser kept Jew out member's of the Duffy Hill irang and the Car Barn pang were brought '"to the rjr -i:ent by Major Loestr had o!.an of rtcru.t sc. nd . wjre tr.u."- ri'.nate and turbu lent a id d noral.jed discipline." "ft s r.ot the aim of our committer to at 'he National Ouari." Mr 6. mm i s i 1 ',-ist r.'.sht. "If Justice re o,u re v. - -n.Mlor.ed officers of h.sh rank : j.r ih-l t.-it nvitter !. only tr cllertn' W- i- we deire to strengthen the guar: -ae :t democratic and -ep-resf'a - The committee Is now er.-gage-1 . i'r.'"s ci n'tnetlve s-jrses-tl. rs tn r ,-f. rs tn the guard and in illvldua s j-side of It for remedying this vll." WILSON WILL PARADE WITHOUT AN ESCORT Amiy and Navy Will Not Takcj Offir-iiil Part in Wash- j insrton Kvent. WaiitiN ;ros, .Iur D.p't the fact Pre dnt Wilson will march on foot to the prepar-Jr.ess parade tn t ',. :ity ea Cas day, June 11, neither the army Bor the navy will have any official repre sentation. Civilian er-.p'.oyep of the War ard Kavy Dep4rments w.ll march, as will the civilian employees f all other de partments. for theIresHer.t to-day Is. sued an Executive order jlvir.gall Fd tral employees in the Distr'.'-t a hol.d.iy Bn that day. Army and navy oitl'.eri trto are t.ie head of bureaus will pirade at the h- d of their ropective .-Jerks, trut these ot!l:ers will r."t be In un'form. This was de led on this afternoon at a eonferer. -e be'-aern r-'e.-re'ary B-vker ar.1 Fegretor-.. p.re's Both explained that TtnaTrT7"T77,,- p'TTv't.-.r' ughout the prepartdroa ag.tat.on to keep tre army and ravy fr. m be.ng 1-. any way ectlvely He--.tiel .tn the propa ganda Althcush requests were made for de'u-hrr.en'a of soldiers and allorH nd mar ") mar-n tn the prepared, ress par.ee u New York. Bv-ton. Bal timore o.'ier c'tles the ruests were InvBrtab.v refused "For 'w re4vr.s," explained Secre tary Baker tj-nigst. "first, it does not feem proper for the military ervl:es of Ifce count:- to appear to be engaged in propagar. la of this sort, and secondly, because It is much better that a spon taneous as tat.on on the part of the people, su . as this preparedness move ment has beer, shou'd rot appear to be under tho 'r'lueni.e of military servict-s cf the cc utitrv " Boh Secretary Biker and Secretary Dar.ifU expect to Ve tn St. Iyun on the day of the pa.-ad, which Is also the day on wh. 'h the Democratic r. i:i nil conver'.. n opens, but As's'ant Secre tary cf Wir InrrnHTn wi". mi-'-h with the W.ir Trartmer.t lerks and Ass.s tant Se-rt,ev Fr.irkl-n D Roosevelt of the ravy wth the navy clerks. A a -. f.-in.- ti.dsy at the White llotji-e letw-fi otllcers of the local pre p" t'l--s pi'.i.le tomm'tlee ir.i Secre tary Tn"r i''y 'Se lat'er requested on be ha f "f tie I'resliient tht uo special escrr' be pro 'led for him. He will mar ' d re t'y hehlrd the .Marine Band. Tvr I! hend the parade tie r- - Ilaker has dlre.-teii the rava'rv df.t ' ment at Fort Myer. lr- r a to a-' - 'I-., lo. al poll.-e m prJcrv r; or-lr d'iring the pan.lf. firn. Wood I" llftleti 1'iilli-e, Major Gn Wocl and h.s teff will he the guests of Fell. -e i'r,n m.sson.-r Woods to-day .it y r Wid'wor'h to rvlew the military tra.r.itg .amp if ti 'j,.e Department The i.irty will embark on the police yiat I'atrol from Gcveniora bland at 5 30 oVi, ; tuia mon.ing Bit Mm Try for W-t Point. New Itiw-utut, Jjne i F.lghty three to, ' -' .n ex.imlna'lon for en. trance to We-n I'omt II nary Aridemy at For' .'. eti .,- I.ivids Island to day. The examinations will h- cnu tlnued dal y un'ii Friday Tiio.e, ex amlped loc Tjf"-.i tte rd i,-rrhr of the National Guard, fourteen regular army enlisted men and non-comm ss'oned offl. ttrs, while tha otter wer clvtlUna. , iiu uiizaur u is rreui'ii uuy ami ouiguig ui 'Marseillaise" Thrills i While the news of the death of Eart Kitchener came as a itre.it shuck at the 1 , Allltd IUiaar yesterday ther was n .demonstration of grief It was French 'day. r.d the hundreds who ire working' to make the bazaar a iuccss were deter- ' timed to do honor to thtlr guet, M. Jus 'erand, the f'rench Ambassador, and not ' ! 'et the emhulam be marre-1. Hut when , M Jusserand came for his formal visit in the evening he had c.iim.1 informally ' n the afttrnoon he writ straight wltn ; Mne, Jusserand. Oastrn I. ebert. the ' Krench Connul. and the ' 'hers of his party, to the booth of the Hrltlsh War ttelief and stood a minute In silence be- , fore th. picture of Lord Kitchener whljh hangs there. It was the greatest day at the bazaar The crowd was even larger than that of ( Monday, and It far surpassed that on i the opening night. At 9 39, an hour after the French Ambassador arrived. . the doors had to b. closed for thirty! minutes, for Grand Central Palace was 1 filled to Its utmost capacity and In the street were hundreds clamoring to get In. The rear eilta were left open for j safety. Workers t Pair !lld Sorrow. All through the day the sinking of the Hampshire was the topic of subdued conversations among the men and women workers. Lady Alexander Colebrook. who, In her uniform of blue In which she served In the munitions factory at Woolbridge. was lllng potrards In the Booth 6f the Nine Alleys, had little to say. "What can I say" sh aked, her eyes filling w.th tears. "It Is true, our War Mlt Ister Is gr.e." Mr. Alfred Tate, a Canadian woman thi his wnrkl with the British War Kelief ever slne the war bgan. said It wa th hardest blow England had et re e.ved "W we- fee"ng so good here th! rr.' rn.r.g. ' )- e al l, "for we have Just sent off our t-o hundredth box to the soldiers. And r. mt this news Bnt It would not fl'tir.g at this pla-e, where we ar trying to make our irues s hap&y, to mak any demonstration of sorrow We keep the orrow In our hearts ' But ther was no restraint In th en thu'asm of the crowd hn the one thr'.'.J.-g miment of the day came wh-n Mme. ' v.a Frleeh, dressed In the r' colors, sang the "Marseillaise." M-und on a high platform, a vivid Scure against the bUck draperies. In her scar- let cap, blue skirt, rd waist and wht I sf k.ng. with a black wig covering hr b'nde hair, she he'd the French '.s on h sh and sang the bvtr.n with wh! h sh has several tlm st I irls on Are since the war came. Twt e she had to rpit I, ar.l whe the peor'e flnalty let her . v ne down s'-e wa surrounded by tho uhis enthusiasm r ' I been i.-e-l by 'hs sor.g When M. Juserar arr.e In the eve. INDIAN MUSEUM IS TO COST $195,000 Structure at Broadway and t l.3th St. Will Hoiho Hove Relics. Worth !?o00,0n0. Details of the mueum which ! to be built at the northwest corner of Broad way and 153th street fir the preserva tion and exhibit. on of nor than 00, 000 specimens of American Indian life were put on record yesterday, at the of fice of the Bmldi-g Superintendent of Manhattan. The stru -ture will be Ave stories high and an imposing specimen cf Krchltecture In brick and limestone. Charles F. Hun'.ng-.on. who des'gned the structure, estimated Its cost at $113,- Fr'.erds of fjeorge G Heye. whose col lection of Ind.an rel.es valjed at J500. iQ it will hold. re ready f spend much mor than the arcl-ttect's figure on fie building, whi. h will rie on th t cor ner opposite Trinity Cemetery A fund of jr-'- iOO has been lali aside f r the ftm.-ture and J100.000 more is being ri ed to furnish the museum. T.ie building w l; frnt H T feet on Broadway and 12 3 feet on 155th street Ar. h-r M. Huntington of the American Owgraphlcal ?oc-ty recently gave the corner to the Heye foundation with the understanding that the structure to be erected be in keeping with the adjoin ing buildings. They Included the Geo graphical Socle'v building, the His par.' Society building and the Spanish Church. The Indian museum will be Gothic In design ornamented by six massive Ionic columns facmg Broadway GIRL CAMPERS TO HIKE. tin Malile Work Ton at UrsUlne, O'. J., Pnctlrr I'ost. KKSKtst. N J. Jure f - Wic'eg war on mosquitoes wnsh'ng d ns r-g-inlx-:tig a p-'jl..e fvrv, ,-r.oos -,g buglers, drummers hi.J stable (u.tds. and pre paring their kits for a hikh they are to take to-morrow, kept the rookyettes In the Kmerger -y Service Oorrs imp here so busy to-d.iy that they scar e y had t.me to br-athe, nieven horses arrived ii a box car this afternoon and were tak-n by a squad, under . ommitid of misj I'ar.Jare Hew.tt, to the camp s'aMe. These a.n tn.ilj. as well as b'.cy.le.s, will l used to-morrow to carry the -ajape-s to Shep panl's Fond, about four miles from hadciuarters. There mess will be pre pared bv th" official cooks and lerved by the Mlsws Cravens and Harrington n Thursdty a longer ride will be taken to the home of the M..es Srah and Illlnor Hewitt, at Rtngwovd Manor Next wek the your.g women p'an to hike to the farm of Schuyler Schelin. seventeen mi.es from the camp They camp on the way. ALLOWS SIGNS ON PALISADES. Jersey suprvinn t'onrt I'psen Law I DeslKned lo Prrtrrte Rrauty. Trentov, N. J . June 5 The New , Jersey statute designed to protect the scenlo be.iuties of the Fallsade-i by pro hibit. r.g their us for advertising pur poses was neld to be uncor -n,il by the Supri-me Court to-day The decision vi aside the conviction of Alexander I.umb, an empl' yi'e of the Jersey Cl' Foster Advertising Company, who put up a large sign on the side cf Clifton road near he new Boulevard hridge, be- I 'n Clifton terrace and Wilbur place. The sub'ance of the decision Is that the af, nhtch would prohibit a propertv owner from using his property for ad vertising pu-poses, h a violation of the constitution il prohibition against tak ing prop-rty w thou compensation. The' court said that It was not shown thit the advertisement would be detrimental to publ o iftv. health or morals anrt hence the question Involved was the right 1 of the legislature to deprive an owner of th um of hij Uada, I Listening Thousands. nlg Mme, Povl i Krlseh eang aga n. with the Ambassador and his party startling In front of the stand. All of those present Joined In the last verse. lift;-,g thetr arms and waving their ha- Ikerchiefs and hats. The Author" and Actors' booth was one of the centre of attraction yester- ' ly Julia Marlowe didn t -ome, but she sent a lit of aut.igra.phed photo graphs, and Mrs. Walston Hill Brown, hi stesa for the day, said she would be thero to-day. Margaret Detand. fir Herbert Tree, the Princess Troubetskoy and many others took turns -In se;iixig. Mrs. Louis R Woodruff worked all day, a-s she has since the fair opened. But pity the trageily whl. h befell Mrs. Penrhyn Stanlaws, wife of th-i artist, and mJJ to be hla favorite model. Sh was at the bazaar u th sponsor and guardian of the ISOO evening gown do r.ated. throusth her. by Jane Andree. modiste. It Is a love of a gown, hand made, of the softest blue silk and white crepe and little pink rosebuO. and It was Just the sort of gown that would become Mrs. Star.laww. She made up hr mind to that when nfce saw it and naturally her heart Jumped with Joy when the I! ci.ar.ee sr-e bought. Just to help the Allies, proved the lucky one that won the gown Then eh remm rered. As sponsor for th own It would never do for her to win It So the love cf a gown goes to the 1-der of the next luckiest ticket. hfe name Is variously given as Thomas Brad ley and E. F. Bradley, and wh'ste ad dress Is either the Produ-e Exchange or SC Fifth avenue. Many llorsi In Throne. It was naval day a well as Frn-h tliv yesterday, for many sailor were tu.e to give p!ctureo,ue-es to the re ception of th. Amba.ador In the ev r ng members of the crew of the Ho. rhambeau were llnd up along the en trtnee to wave their caps as he came But the stars of th occasion ere a group of tiny French bos and girls l; w-as they who received him with Sowrj and a little speech of welcome, but the speech can't b printed, bec.aut,. there was so much r.olse u couldn't b heard, and Madeleine Delamarre. who made it couldn't remember one word aftirward To-day Is the day of f-'erh a and Montenegro. Beatrice Wood w.11 dance in costume to the music of a P.u.iar band in the Booth of the N'.re Al'.ls It -as announced yesterday that Jules Bo... the French playwright. cooperation with a numbe- rf p-nnilr.en New Yorxers known In l:era-v and ar circles, sponsored the ogar.'.ialon - IVvja :i ard : at the baza.ir Th funds to he ra sed at the booths are to b devoted to the relief of the Fre.-r nen of letters suffering distress as the result of the war. GOETHALS SEES BAKER; TO RETIRE, IS REPORT Roth Reticent After Confer ence: Canal Slides Con qnered. General Says. Wasm vitov, Jur. Majcr-Gen George w. Goethals, Governor of the Canal Zone, reached Wash'.mrtri to-da for the purpose of conferring with Se, . retary of War Baker. Although both Secretary Baker and Gen. Goethal" ae maintain. ng absolute secrecy rega-d'-g the object of the visit. It l urdersto. : that Gen. Goethals came to Washlnc-o;. to renew his rques: to b relieved of h s duties In Panama. It Is also state.1. though neither wi . confirm or deny It. that Gen Goe.a;. his asked to Se placed or. the retire,! cf the a-my under the prov-o- ' j rc.-tnt act cf Wongrefn by wh n. special tribute to his work as bui.d--the canal. Gen Goeilwls n-ay a time apply for retirement at tre g-aie and pay of MaJor-Gene.-aL Secretary Baker admitted that -Goethals tld him this afternoon tha 1 r w believes that while there ma nrnor trouh.e in the future du-.r.g u weather, the pr blent of th- t ; l bt-n conquered rermanentlv -. Gen. Goethals prevented his rs r,,i' last winter he recorwidered on cotid -tiat he would be perm.tted to give he pout ai bot. .J tie had overc ir he slide ftnl al that he might co" tack to the L'r.lted States s often I r saw fit From time to time reports have '-ee-n clrvul.ticn to the effect that tie ,-ar 1 hullder would return to the United Stav tv get Into polltica. but these rep-'"' i.avf. never develcod beyond gossip l Goerhela is eaitrrr.e.j retire-t re,-, d li.g I plarfi. It Is ra.'A. however, t' 'ir s.ie time he ban felt that tre w r in t-e tropics has Interfere! w h health. If told Secretary Baker to-iff. ' by removing most of 'lie we g'u f-r- fie v des of the car.al and giving t em a slope of one foot Ii s he be'.lve. that the enly trouble In the future wll be from small slides which, h't pos. s.bly requiring the canal to te e,d for a day at a time, will not res .'t r ry erhus Interference n!h trim Another Summer Suit-to-Order $15. We have secured at a special price cloths to make 500 sum mer business suits to the mea sure of 500 lucky fellows. Good materials, in as pat terns. You pick the styfe. We answer for the fit. S15 suits that make no pre tense to be worth $20 or even $-5- But that claim with every ounce of enerey to be a fAun derin' big fifteen dollars' worth. All this week. Come on in! Wth t eta II, Lex. la M A. 1 h coming s H Wj INCOME CLEAR Our Tx Biempt First Mortgage Participation Certificates are the best lnrestment for ,thoe who cannot afford to lose their money. You can Infest at any time any sum from $300 up. The Certificates are tecwed by a specific Guaranteed first Mortgage. So Investor has tvtr lost a dollar capital s itupltat, 910,000,000 HSIWtJ.ST. 1731a aSO FttKoa st J END OF TYPHOID NEAR, ASSERTS DR. BIGGS Tells Stnte Health Officers of Oreat Fipht to Cheek Spread of Disease. ."r.ATOd, .V T. Jur.- t Trpho'd fever will be a disease of the past within a few years in the opinion of Dr. Herman 51. Biggs. State Commissioner of HeUth. who opened the sixteenth an nua! conference of the health officers of th-; State to-daj- Dr. Biggs asserted that within the last two years grett advances have ben made in com'-af.lr.g all communicable d seas&s anl that the death rate fcr tn fa.its has been reduced from 11 to 39. The rate, he declared, should be brought dfwn to C3 or TO Nearly t.0a heilth officers are at-te-.dlr.g the ronference, whl-'h will be in S".n for nree days. To-day tre sub ject was "forr.mur.lcA,b!e Diseases.'' to-n-orro- "llethods of Securing Cleaner ii. ;k- and on Thursday "School Hy g ene " Dr. ijeorgu ." Oo'.er, health cth. er of Hochester, said that t'me h- nred methods of fumlgat'on to pre vent the spread of communicative d.s e..es were well r.lgh uelej. He de i r- l th.it unless caej r.,j what h termed 'biide disinfection" the dls i..... 1 e.-!a..'y spread Dr Matthias Nicoll. Jr . State Depart-T.e-it tafT. urged the health uMlce.-s .- a-l'4ire facility tn diagnosing cases of cijT.rr.ur.lcatlve diseases at the earliest possibl a-ioment. He ;olnted out tnat in -. e j-. d.s of their attack there Is a sir-, .artty between some- communicative i seas's and other d.a.e compara tively harmless and that unle a phy j: - m n ahle to differentiate bewen them thechar.ies of storptng an epi lemic are e-eatl lesser.e.1 T-.e fact tlwit ourar.t!r.es of ro . - a:, d. (eases mujt be rlgosouiy .f' r'ed were dwelt upon bv P- i B. Brooks of Norwich. Dr Br. -i.i -eoer;! successful in stopping a ; ep.-i-"-. of -n.Ulpox In Chenango C5u-.t. and from this and other etperler.'e drew .e.-3ns of value to the health of2- Worried. Kill Himself. T s-Kras. N V Jun ? Alfred H.r.ns, a .-.tri. :ng arpe--r of llarha-'an. , f s h n was n Bronw ' .orr-r- ",' su i" near Tu kti e rad ard, 'en'-il avenue, yc-hL afeno- . jv h-)ot.rg h.mel: orr- over Bi, ness affairs !. thought to have cius-t s a.-t. A w; ar.d four ch'. ien sjr-vve. (Harry A. Lozier) 1 2 Cylinder Wonder Car ! YOU do not have to go up in an aeroplane to experience the sensation of flying the H. A. L. 12 cylinder Wonder Car brings this exhilarating sport within reach of all, FLYING" is the one word that adequately expresses the riding comfort and freedom from care found in this latest creation of Harry A. Lozier. The H. A. L. driver is unconscious of the presence of motive power, with no vibration, grinding gears, or painful spasmodic pulling. All this is combined with the easy, billowy, gliding comfort in which the perfect spring suspension of the 1 35-inch chassis seems to lift you over the roughest road. Riding in this marvelous car is an absolutely new sensation even to the veteran motorist! No one knows the fascination of the 1 2 cylinder motor untrl he has ridden behind one. It brings a new zest to auto mobiling a sporty touch of contentment and a satisfying pride of ownership. Act quickly tf you want to own an H. A. L. 12 Cylinder Wonder Carl Only one thousand in the first series. There are very few left NOW. To own one will mean endless pleasure through the spring and sum mer months which will be missed if your order is too late, THE HOLLANDER-RANDALL CO. 1744 Broadway New York Distributor Dealers wanted in unoccupied territory. W j .ti:.'.- ..W...r, l,l,.'.:.i.'l'UI'l,!:il;illMi..l,l -i : ASK T. R. WHO WILL PAY DEFENCE BILLS Queries In Letter Sicrnod by Men From 14- States, Jinny of Them Gerninns. QI'KSTIOXED ON TAXATION The iustlnn of whf l to pay fcr al! the preparedness which he has been ad vocating Is put up to Col. llocsevett In a letter sent to him yesterday by Benja min C. Marsh and other signers from fourteen different States. Many of these signers are Oermanj. They say they are for real preparedness, but they want to know where the Colonel stands on what they consider the highly Important subject of raising the money. The letter says : Tou have publicly stated your con viction that those in public positions should make clear where they stand with reference to the problems of pre paredness and Americanism. It Is clear that you are not averse to accept ing the nomination of the Ilepubli:an ratty. We therefore deem It of t-.e greatest Importance that you should make your ration clear on the follow ing points. We feel constrained to xeJc this In view of the fact that In re spor.se to x letter from the Association for an Equitable Federal Income Tlx, asking your position on a rapidly pro gressive Federal Income tax, John McOrath, your secretary, replied as folios, s; "Mr. Roosevelt acknowledges with thamu the receipt of your let-er. He regrets that he cannot at present add to what he Is pub.l-ly saying on the mo."j vital matters before the ;eop" 1 Ir. view of the fa.-t that our pres ent system of taxation compels the poorest reople of the cour.'ry to pay m indirect taxes from or.e-tenth to one. fifth of their earnings, do you favor a very rapidly progressive tai upon In comes up to one-th.rd of the lr. -ome of thoe receiving 1509.000 a year I. Do you believe that a.t the cost "f preparedness. L e., expenditures f.jr military and naval preparedness, should be paid by taxing priv lege or by further taxation of poverty 3 In view of the extortionate frves rharged the Government by th manu facturers of armor plate and other munitions of war. do you favor Gov ernment manufacture fnr Government ue of all munitions f xar 4. Do you favor having the Federal Government take over all mmepo'.:s, such as ra.lroad, mines, oil P.e.ds. tele, graphs and telephones and all r.a'ural resources, payu-g the owners only the value whtch they themselves vav-e given to the.r holdings, ard ope-atlrg them for the benefit of the pep'e- We to r.ot reed to inform yoj 'hat this Is what Germany, the most pre. pard country !r. the world, has ben doing fr years, w.th her railroad', and met other bell ge-ent cour'r.es have dnr.e s.nc the beginning of t!-.e war 5 To Insure freedom of produc:o he"er housing, workirg and farr- rg ordltlors. do you favor trarsfe----g 'as from lab'r and tfc rroiu -f ah- r !i-l value-.-.-the rros. f .r.,t. r1" .Rj'i t preparedfe-s ' ' o ' 1 fav - rors. - p- f r -m' 'ary e- -e of ."e n Jrei -rl re-, cf eo'.itry a., xmv Je,i ;n the 1 . r a. e.J, I y f c i" if Ivg' -'itfA Fly With Me In An flAtt h.'WAMi. y, irr.i. -t-- of New York and signed by th Oo ernor T Do you favor prohibiting our capitalists from ge'tlng any concej- siors for mln ttg, manufacturing, con s' ni 'un, land hoi ling or agriculture Ii any urdeveloped or backward coun tries without the approval of our Gov. ernment and the Government of such ; country Those who Join with Mr. Marsh In I signing this letter are: I Carol AronoTierl Jordan T Lawlor . Rocr N Baldwin M (i Lloyd J J Dollenbacher rrederteC Leabuehr . V S Uiyley Jnhn A Mcspsrran iiuslare lUslr Wi.iisa A MeEwan. I i'.dwin Bouloa nrwin J Meterole Ernest N Brauchef Huso Muench w Randolph BurreM. Louis Nih RDMlter C Cole. rott Narlnr . Edmund Vani-e Cooke Dind L Paiterson I. N CulN-rton Ererett W Psttlson. Mark M Dinteafass. Che,ief c J'lstl E T lJuiae.d. Edward Polak WL..m D Foiler ChvrlesT Root .orte v Grant. Oorse L. ttuibj Edward T Hartman vvuium A ?chrer John llyne. Holaies C C tVhmldt Brron W Holt. Frdlnir.d hew111 John J Hopper Roh-rt SotiUker.bach A VV Hunt E Vail stebblus. C P Hunt Wf.tern Stvrr Al-xander Johnson. Geors T Tarlor J B Johnson J F Tajlor. Daniel Klefr Gustarus Tuckermtn R Kllr.ge Louli Waihi Psal kraemr Harry Weinberr-r Olio C Kraemer 80 DIE, HUNDREDS HURT IN ARKANSAS TORNADO Whole Towns Destroyed; Prop erty Damage 1,500,000 Relief Trains on Wav. Memphis, Tenn . Jun ! Eighty per sons are reported dead, several hur.d-ed were Injured and the damage to property Is e-tlmated at 11400.000 as the ru!' of the tornado which swept over Arka sis last night. The storm was gene a' roughout the State, but was rrvt . ver- In the nrtrhem ser(-n a - s cf communlcati. n are cut fT "i r- i p aces and accurate figures o- t ' and pnp-rty ire ur.obt.i'i , The town of Judsor.li wi. -. . obliterated and it is reported that flf'ee bodies were found 'here. Ten dead w. -e lici-vered r.or'h of the t, wn 5'x ar repcr'ed killed it Bed F' rk a-i tl-re a Hvt Sr'rlngs Delark was w.-e.-ked and five are r-p--.r''l to have lost tlie.r liven At Morrlllton. where three persons were kll'.e 1. few buildings remain stvr.d.r.g Greenland also euffsred severel 1 several person were kill.!. Twenty -e r-porte,l dead at Heber pr'r.g i ,1'vy property loss Five d'el e s. m a h.te coun Itescue parties are be.r.-r -n!e . many p" nts anl heJre fent -i - . trains over the various roads 'n t-, ' tr'.ct The trains are carry Ire ,j medical supples, physicians a.-l The ti rr. id" was the mns wr- t t his v si'ed re State in tu-v ii- Thouan1s of head of att were .1 i ar. I hundred" of farm bu.. 1 r.gs - wrecked. With wires down :r. '. ! r-.--tirna efforts are bf.g made to :e's th-ough by cour.ers. It :s imig. e loss I'fe may be evn create.- "-..,n it firs' reportei, but r probably w'l ie -e- . e-al davs tefore de-i ied re;-5r-. tr i ' o.' towrs are oVu.ied , "'rTTtt. Nf- J .. e y. z ' re- I ar A' own o we . -e - , -.e4 -r I - h.-e - a i--., . v r - , i- ' e "i - -e are re rte i .-. i e r -e-' i a' .N-' ai Ti.e or- . 1 B ote" aM ? .' -rre Vj,'. , . I aie l a-v l M e wu p-a a jl.,li. d. 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