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?' 2 ' THE SUN
AND NEW YORK HEMP, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920.
rw'dtnt, br liy llio formal talilnir un
t eomtthlnc elim an ilio unilnlalieil
ualnest bcfora the Hcnntt.
Thf last of these four novalUlo courses
na followed. On tlio iilieht 'if Novum.
r 19. aftor the resolution o. rntinca-
Ipon had been defcalcu oth with and
'without reservation, and after it motion
Sad been mnilo to reconsider, mid this
feiotlon had been tabled then, Senator
,Cummlns (la.) moved to take ip the
railroad bill. This motion was carried.
the railroad bill became tho unfinished
juslnciu. Tha treaty ivaa pushed nBlile,
ence It would seem that with that push
le cloturo rule died.
Ench flirty Untfrclded.
flo much for the parliamentary sltua-
on. us significance w mat, 11 wio
'ealy attain ii taken un. It coiiich be
rbro the Senate subject to unlimited de
bate tinder tha Senate's cny rule? and
)p likely to occupy another tcrlcs of
weeks or months.
" Jt was evident to-day that neither side
had decided wliat Its idaliu should be.
"There will b a period of calm," sug
gested Bcnator IaxIbc.
Discussion of tho Hen.Tjo'a attitudo to
ward resuming consideration of tho
treaty wan carried on with much ani
mation. Some of tho mild roservatlon-
sts ore expected tq favor taklnir It up.
t In the rittltudo of the Irrcconciinme
opponents which Unlikely to bo doclalvo.
Homo of them believe they niifrht to vote
to take up the treaty, on tne nrounii,
first, that they cannot nfford to tako
the position of liclnc willing to smother
it without a chance for Its life, and fur
ther, on tha ground that moro discussion
will RtrcnKthcn In their opinion (.heir
chso for Irroconcllablo opposition before
I Thc think tho treaty presents tor
(hem a splendid Isfua on which to ro
eforo the country seeking ilclcsntes to
s next national noininainiK conven
on. This Is the ono oulstandlns Issue
n which senator Joimson tv;ai.j i
lnldnp Ills fight.
I!ut It Is too early lor determination
dfVthe course finally to be followed.
i'eltNer Republicans nor Democrats, nor
Cny fatlon within either party, aro yet
bic to determine what they will do.
JfAPAN READY NOW
FOR SHANTUNG ISSUE
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out Further Delay.
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CRAIG DEMURRER ARGUED.
1 WASHINGTON, Jan. .11. ilie dnp.meno
Eir.basfy here was Informed ofilcially
th-day that the Japano6o Government
Had Invited China to enter upon nego
tiations for the return of German rlsnts
ill Shantung, and that while some of tho
younger elements In China had opposed
tiie Kcceptance of tho Invitation on the
around that Chrna was not yet a mem
tier of the League of Nations It was be
lieved tho Chinese were Inclined to ac
Epttheliivltatlon. , Meantime the Japanese Foreign Of
tlcj h;.s called upon the German Gov
iMrnient to supply the title deeds and
Other papers h-latln? to German rin'.t
itfndrr tha treaty of Versailles ili.u
ijiust be delivered within thirty daja
.fter Ihe coming1 Into forco of the treaty
Japan, however, does not deslra .o de
lay the beginning of tho negotiations
until theso documents have been re
ceived. The Japanese Government also was
Mid to have Informed China that as soon
as Chinese gtnrds were provided Jap
anese troops which have been guarding
the Shantung Railroad would be with
t Tile J.ijMinsc "Xpeetatlon that the
rfer regaidinr Shnntune would be ac
cepted, as said 10 lie bated upon the count )
belief that the Chinese l.e.d no reason
tp expect the League of Nations to ro-
vtrso the decls.oil of tliq Jstirem Coun
cil ,in Tarls, since the nie'niBenilitp of tile
council of the league Is composed . of
Uio earns ci-mejits and In view of tho
fact that there fs 'In. the lenguVcoirnefr
no representative of the United States,
vyhlch was the only country that might
.Jiy supportcdhe Chinese claim to a
direct return by the Germans of tho
rights they had on tho Shantung peatn-eula.
Couuitroller'n t'oiuurl to' .Submit
IlrluN liy I'V'lirmiry 1-1,
Considerable moro legal technicality
ai to whether Charles L. Craig, Comp
troller of tho city, Is or Is not guilty of
contempt of court because or a letter ha
wrote criticising tho couit's action In
traction matters was Bono through 'yes
terday before Federal Judgo Ju'.lui II.
Mayer when tho Craig caso ngn'ii came
up, and again Mr. Craig wics nbstnt.
His counsel, Kdmuml U Mooney, ar
gued a demurrer to the effect that there
c uld have been no contempt because tha
letter In Question referred to a subject
not then pending before the court. Dis
trict Attorney Francis G. Caffey replied
that judicial proceedings wero pending.
Without giving u decision on the de
murrer, Judge Mayer directed that coun
sel submit briefs by February 14,
MIELERO'S CAPTAIN MISSING.
Only Oik TJom f From AVri'
Mtilu Hilt llecn Heard I'r u.
Ctyit. Harold G. Simmons, his wiu and
two children, and eighteen members of
tho 11 ew of the American tank stoam
sh p Mlelero, which broke In two and
&ank January 2G off tho Florida coast,
aro Mill missing.
An official or the Cuba Refining Com
pany, which owned the vessel, said that
u report Friday night that the Sucross. a
Bister ship, had picked up tho crtw was
later explained U mean only that the
boat containing the first and second of
ficers four engineers and twelve men
h.id b'en Irnn.sferred to the Surross from
the "tuamshlp Ozette, which picked It
V: Vwo bn.its tnnlt ( ff the captain ami
oew and the uther has not been h"aid
f : nm.
KILLED BY TROOPS
"Hoisted on His Soldiers' Hay.
onoto," OfliciiU HolRhevik
Oi'tfim in 3roscow States.
'JN TJU SON," KEPQKTS SA.Y
SonicnoiT Suit" to IInvo Uracil
Energetic Measures by Allies
to Liberal u. Admiral.
Vladivostok, Wednesday, Jan. 28 (do
layed). Admiral Kolchalc nnd Tremler
rcpellayev of tho All Russian Govern-'
meut nre Imprisoned In Irkutsk, mul
what their fato will bo Is not knowp.
Gen, Semcnoff, commander of tho forces
In the Far Fast, has communicated with
tho allied commanders. Insisting upon
energetic measures for liberating Ad
The Vladivostok despatch telling of
the confinement of Admiral Kolclmk, to
gether with Premier Fepellayev, In
Irkutsk comes from tho Russian tele
graphic agency connected with tfio Gov
ernment In Siberia, and Is thercforo vir
If Admiral Kolchak has fallen a vic
tim to his former troops, as ftems to
,Uio claimed by u Bolshevik message
from Moscow. It Is evident that Gen.
Sn,enoff and his associates n the Far
East, who took anU-llolshevlk affairs
In Siberia In charge after Kolchak's
detention, had not been Informed of It
up to Wednesday,
Tho Ilolshevlk mcssago follows:
Lojjoon, Jan. 31. Tho Moscow wire
less service to-day transmitted an ex
tract from an article from tho official
Ilolshevlk organ, l'rtmla, stating:
"Only a few days ago Supreme Iluler
Ki'lrluik was hoisted on his soldier'.
TURKS IN ANATOLIA
70 ATTACK AWS
Report That MoVfQtian Or
ders Have Been lamed.
London, Jan. 31, "Thq Ttirllnh Mln-
DUTCH PRESS PRINTS
PACT WJW BELGIUM
No Yft RatifM, hut Pr
visions Are Made Public. 4
Thh laatm, Jan. 31,WTho Dutoli press
Inter of War, according tP roporta from nriniH to-dav tho trt nt ih
ConstHntlnople, linH secretly ordered Iho hn(,..n it-n-,,,, ,, SLiiA.
printing as quickly ai possible of 10.0QO fotween Ho landnnd Belgium, Wilo
copleR of n proclamation for general " t yt "" ratified. lis principal
mobilization of tho Turkish forces," saya provs6ns, strlpPfld of their official
u despatch (o tho Kxchango Tolwr.tph Vorhnd, follow:
(Jompany from Alliens, dated Janu- Holland nnd Balclum to havo Joint
rLr9' . t. ... . W'htrol of navigation on tho Scheldt
,.Tl1?, "Vny'' th? or(I: hhowH that Illvr! the question i of tho movement of
tho War Ministry contemplates moblllia- uolglan warships from Antwerp nnd
lion In Anatolia, preparatory to un at- olIler rroWcm8 1;ely to result, In tho
tack on tho Greek und other allied troops . 0VcnL of war lcft t- tho d.-ion M tho
Seven Die In IMttifanrjr Flro.
Pirrsnuna, Jan. 81, Seven persons
aro known to havn been burned to death
early to-d.ay when Are, fanned by a
high wind, destroyed fifteen temporary
residences, occupied by employees of tho
Carnegie Steel Company's plunt at
Clulrton. on tho Mononghcla IUyer,
fifteen miles from Pittsburg.
Loaguo of Nations ; hoth countries agree
to tho principle that thdf mouth of the
Scheldt be free and open water, that
two new largo canals ho constructed at
tin) speediest moment to glvo Uelglum an
(qual outlet to the tea (ono from Ant
Wep to Holland connecting with tho
North Sea, and the other from the Rhine
across the Meuse to the Scheldt to Ant
werp, connecting1 Antwerp. with the Ger
man Rhine, iho latter to bo constructed
within seven year) : that an additional
number of existing canals be deepened
to accommodate larger ships, nhd In gen
eral that each country pay the expense
of construction and maintenance within
Its own borders, nnd that customs, quar
antine and pilotage regulations bo mado
MB. uniform as possible.
With I'pfcrenco to tho German Ilhlna
Canal, Holland ngrees that no new colli
dltlons 'be Imposed other than those al
ready In effect on traffic to Germany,
Generally speaking Joint commissions
will control tho conditions, construction,
and ma'lrtunanco of the canals.
Dandruff l thr fnrcrunnfr and Nature's
warning that ' uro Ofrma In your
Hcnlp nbiorblns MKE-OIVINO NOURy
1BHME.NT tp sinir Hair. 1
I'EUO.N'H'H (.MILNBHA.W) HAIlt OIIOW- '
niNstlmiiltttcB th notion of the Scalp
stops Itching, the formation of scales und
the nnlin'iiupiit loss of hair. I
Faithful ma of KEUONU'S (MILN3IIAW
HAin anowcit win ppsitiveiy r,10'e .
dahdrurf, atop falling hair, nourish the 1
scalp and trips a new and vigorous
GHOWTH, even If bald for year.
Trice 91.00 & 2.00 a bottle.
"Just rub It On."
At sour I)ruiriflt or Toilet Counter.
If they cannot' supply orcler direct,
JLLES FEROND COMPANY, INC
131 KIXTII !V NEW YOltK.
T'lephano Watklns SSO,
Panel Iot. 10 cents extra.
GRIDIRON STJWS IN S0W.
I'rliM'elon TrlaiiKlK Club to Give
Performance on Februnry 10.
Thn. Princeton Triangle Club will give
a peifortnanco of the "Oriental melo
farce" entitled 'The Isle of Surprise" at
Kismet Temple. Brooklyn, on February
13. Three Princeton men who helped
defeat Ya'o on the gridiron, J. K. Stru
Mng, quarterback: F. L. Williams, end,
and It. M. Trlmb'c. ha'f back, will show
tl Plr vcrsatdityin playing the part of
r o'le in the phon, wlu.'li wl.l tour tile
Few Mori Days
You v.an Get
"THREE UM SUAl; COS
TUMES AT TIt USUAL
PRICE OF ONE."
OOON Mon will i t0
feature models I
A week, or tw
Winter collections will
Some exquisite Gowns, Suits and
Wp jie still to be hud-af, te
cm: of the mere fabrics.
15S7 5Z?Aw'fr, Cbr.48$t,
fine nighi .tor or Stairway.
l 1 iVf.
if- fcj 1 ri i
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(Between 4? and 50 Street)
HANDKERCHIEF LINEN FROCKS
& DRESSES of GEORGETTE CREPFa
PLAIN, FLOWERED CHIFFOM
DRIVE IN PARIS FOR
PEACE WITH SOVIETS
Officials Join in Following
Plan of British.
BucW Cabh Dtipatch to ran So and Nkw
PAP18, Jan. 31. The British plan for
peaco wth ho Iiolahovlkl apparently Is
buck' of a campaign launched In Piirln
newspapers to-day to bring about an
understanding with the lledw. Indeed,
poaco with tha Soviets seems to bo in
tho nlr hero to-day and permeates even
offlclul circles, it may h remarked,
also that (hla Is the first time It has
ever been seriously considered by French
Evening wwspaperH here, obviously
Inspired, appear to bo trying to pavo tho
iyny for Hi to tllaie tho French pi iplo
MQ that peaco with Hit) llolhcvll to
bo .desired. .'tionii(iH) thin ti ter
uodi'i Vald I'tlltorlajly what a few w ekti
;iku would have caused ls sucprm lo i.
, "Let us recognUn once for nil tl.a
havo had enough of war," It fay "It
the Buldinvlkl propone pnaei. will '.loir
neighbors the best thing to do wn j.i. in
to accept their orfct;, nicnnwhllo ii'irialn
Ing on tho defensive.1
Inltneiiia IncrcnurM In Tore in
Tonoxo, Jan. 31, Tiero are :
cases of Influenza In Toionto to-dnj
cording to Dr. C,V, Hastings of
J'calth nepn.rt)iicnt, Mora than 201
rciwrted during the last twenty
hours and 95 nlnco last night, F
denths from Influtpzu wero reporleu
day, muUlmr 17 to date.
E. HAYES, Inc.
Ladies' Fine Footwear
Custom Boots reduced to $20.00 and $25.00
Custom Low Shoes reduced to $15.00 nnd $20. or
Custom Slippers reduced to. , $10.00
And from our "READY TO WEAR" Dept.
the following Lace Boots
Patent Kid vamp, smooth Kid Top, 2yi inch Louis Heel . .
Patent Kid vamp, Brown Kid Top, 2i inch Louis Heel, .
Black Kid vamp, Fawn Suede Top, 2finch Louis Ht;e . .
Also Low Shoes
Black Satin Oxford. 2U inch Louis Heel
Patent Kid Oxford Black Satin Back. ZA inch Louis Heel
UlacK uiit. oxwru dray inlay, 2V inch Louis Heel.
patent Kid mmps, 2yi men Louis Heel,
Black. Russia Pump, Low French Heel, inch Louis Hiel
custom . E. HAYES, Inc.
makers 0 Ladles tint Footwear
5B2 Fifth Avenue, Bet. 47th and 18:h Sts
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Make Sure The Call
The Bedding Spoclallst
For eO yoarji
After that your respfcet for the
quality, comfort and durability
of Hall-made bedding will insure
FJJANK A. HALL & SONS
JUinulacturers el' Bids ind Bedding
25 West 45fh St., New York City
Then turn to the
Classified columns of
this paper and read
"AN OPEN LETTER
TO THE SALESMEN
OF GREATER NEW
YORK." You may find
therein the opportu
nity you have been look
F'HANKtlX SlMO'M MEy SHOW
2 to 6' Wat kSth $:mt Stfiscf Lxi!
eifs Banister Shoes
- . s18.00 Thereafter
They ought to be s18.00 now for not
a pair can be duplicated to sell for less.
Tiese Banister high shoes come in black, tan
and cordovan color Russia calf, plain leathers.
.Ben9s Franklin 'Shoes
t, . t Until February 7th 1
s14.00 Thereafter V '
They are: regular stock, but the price is irregular. It is
almost ludicrous that such shoes as these, should sell in
such times as these at such an obsolete figure as 10.00.
These Franklin High Shoes come in black,,
mahogany and cordovan color Russia calf.
300,000 calls daily have been added to the
abnormal telephone traffic in New York City
'as V result of the epidemic of influenza
In addition to a shortage of about 1,000 op
erators from our normal force, 2,000 operators
are absent from the Central Offices on ac
count of sickness. The girls remaining on
duty are meeting the emergency with a
fine spirit of service that merits the highest
praise and the most kindly cooperation. But
there are limits to what they can do. '
Every unnecessary call places
an unnecessary burden upon the
operators ana may delay vitally
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