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FEBRUARY fes, 1918.
1HE SUN, MONDAY,
.Gov. Tliilipp Com polled lo
Call Special Klrdinn to
Fill Semite Scut.
EVKKY VAHTV A HOUSED.
Papers luslsl That Man of
"Proved Aiuei'icanism Be
Siitrint lepttei lo The Snv.
MAtilKoN", Wis, lb. IN. Wisconsin
Loyalist. have won the first rounl In
the tlfihl tu purKe the Stale of disloyalty
nnil to elect a luo ier cent American to
the Vnltcil States Senate In succession
to the late Tanl O. Hunting, Victory
came to the lyiyallsts last week when
Gov. I'hllitip announced that he had
called a special election for April 2.
Hcforc l.sulnit the call the Oovcrnor
had noted the temper of the legislature,
which lefused to slvcOlilm the power to
make a rpcclat appointment, although
he announced that ho would name Hep
resentatlvc Irvine I-. Inroot of Su
perior, a man measuring up to loyalty
standards. If the power were given to
him. The Senate and the Assembly re
fused mid the. day following their sig
nificant rejection of his plans the te
clal election nan called.
In a statement ,iccoinp.in5 Ins the call
Gov. I'hlllpp announced that he w.i op
jKised to the npeelal election and was
ordcrlns It against his will. Tliroimh
out the State there lias been a strntiK
demand for the special election as a
Jne.ms of proving to the other States
that Wisconsin Ik not dlsloat ami Is
not to ho Judged nnlcly on the conduct
if Its Itcprcsentatlves In t'onsress. The
Loyalty Legion conducted a campalcn
for the special election, and on the day
that tho I.eKlslature convened papers
throughout tho State printed editorials
itemandlng that the Governor take ac
tion according to the wishes of the
The editorials were almost a demand
that the legislature refuse to grant the
power of appointment to tho Governor
and at the same time work for fusion
of the Republican and Democratic par
tics that the Loyalists may enter the
election campaign with the full strength
of the patriotic voters of the two parties
In the State.
Some I'.illtorlnl View.
Some of these editorials follow .
Superior Telc.imm (Hep.). "It seems
like the part of wisdom that the two
leading political parties get together mul
agree on on candidate and give him
Midi overwhelming supiort In tho State
that Wisconsin will never again be
apoken of aa a State where disloyal! v Is
rampant. let us do something for our
aountry We ran fight out political party
Issues when the nation li not In peril."
Kadysmlth Journal fltep.) : "If non
rartlsanshlp Is a good thing, why not
take It straight" Why not enact a law
providing that at the primary all candi
dates for Senator go on one ballot and
put on the election ballot tha names of
the two receiving the greatest vote at
the prinwo " In this way we would get
a Senator who Is the choice of the peo
ple." lUitne Times-Call (ftep.)- "The Cov
rrnor and the few followers and news
papers back of him are plalng pol'tlcs
with the honor of Wisconsin and refuse
to meet the hip, vital is-ue except In a
jiarrow, selfish, partisan spirit."
ron du Lac Comiuontrcnlfh (Rep.) :
tho Legislature gives attention to
tb sentiment of the rank and file of the
;ptople of Wisconsin on this subject It
will refuse to grnnt Gov. rhlllpp the
authority he has asked If Oov. I'hillrp
lilnisclf h.is respect for the sentiment of
the people. If he has f'llth.ln the people
of Wisconsin, he will change his attltuJe
whlio be in.iv ftill do It with good grace
and call an election."
Kenoh:t .Vru'3 (Uep.) . "Gov. Phiilpp
alill Insists that most of the rest of the
State is wrong and that the only way
for Wisconsin to get a Senator Is to let
him have legislative approval for his
own appointment, lie will undoubtedly
And out that in follow lug out this par
ticular 'pet peeve' he lias alienated ll lot
of his stron.-Cit nipp.n-ters The time
has paed when tho Governor I" tho
dictator of the State "
Most Client for People.
Lancaster "Itllrr i Rep ) . "The Urn
crnor Pas rfileii to iall the election as
provided for In the Constitution of the
Tnlted Stale.". It nn lecomi's the duty
of the Legislature to sjkmk for the peo
ple of the State,. Let our representa
tive In Ihe Senate and the Assembly
aland h tho Senatorial amendment
which gives to the people the direct
election of their I'mti-d States Senators '
New ItU'hmond -Wirt (Re.p.). "Thl
1r Just tho llmu whi n the big Istue, the
main issue, the onii real issue before the
people (.f Wisconsin to-day, could b
brought up and ilm-liled on Its merits
without entanglement with other nut
tets of less importance."
Interviews with Kep'.ihllcan leaders
throughout the (Slate also ern printed In
the encleavoi to swing th" Legislature
and to penoi.ide the Governor to call the
.specl.il election lJeinocr.it" also Joined
In aiding the movement. .Ioeph Jtartin.
the national Deniner.illi committeeman
of Green Jl.iv, lM-uiug a statement vir
tually pledging his party to fusion at
the olls. Ho ulso te.pUed to, a charge
uy (iov Phllipp that the Democrats had
nought by organized attempt to destroy
the Republican party. Mr. Martin chal
lenged Iho Governor to produce his proof
and charges that Mr. I'hlllpp'.s statement
la as novel as It Is untrue, and added :
"Tim Governor knows that nearly all.
If not all, the Democratic membcrR of
tho Legislature will vote against giv
ing him the power to appoint u L'nlted
States Srn.Unr,'' said Mr. Martin. "Ho
fully realizes that he has lost h's grip
on the Republican le.iderithlp In our
"Tho Demociatlc leaders m our State
or not now thinking or aitlng in the
lerms c' ihe ) 1 1 We put iiu- coun
iry abiivo our p.iitv ami we favor anv
movement w itch nil make certiilu the
election of lonl lepresenl.illve" anil
liublie nflii t.iN whet tier they be Demo
crats or Republicans The Deinoeuitic
Stain Central Committee has passed
resolut mis favoring legislation to make
possible u in. ion of tri dlffeient politi
cal patties for the period of the war, lo
the end tint only lnval candidates lie
elected to Hie different eleetlvr offices "
Mr Mart In then attacks the Gov
ernor for Ills fillure to call the spec'.il
election and to embody In his legislative
nil provisions for the fusion of the two
parties, and continues.
"Tim Governor did asmre tho com
mlttei i.i committee of the Wisconsin
Lojiilii legion) that he would embody
lit Ins .,il for tho special session tint
question of amending the election laws
so it h in pimliln for fusion of Ihe dif
ferent p'j'iitlcal parties and requested
tho niemhers of the eoinmittee to draft
the ee usury amendments. Nntnlth
atandi'iu this the Govenuu Issued a call
fo'- i -pi il iesin and did not embodv
In U tl,.. .uieeiion of amending the elec
tloi, Lie s in io Mil,, fusion and not hav
ing . ..I., ,t, , ,,.., , H) ,.
ll" ' ' " ' 'l O'te.l iluniig Hie s ee' il
bC'Sieii i . ,!,,,,,,
-Mi iUiiiu 1 t ic i.impa go n mo
ICIffhlh Senatorial district In Milwaukee,
In which tho Democratic candidal with
drew when It appealed probable that ft
Socialist would win If the Republican
and Democratic: candidates remained In
Hi" rnce, Tho Republican candidate
was elected, his Democratic opponent
taking the. stump and aiding In the cam
paign after his withdrawal from the
charges lh.it the Democratic party In
tht Stain was supplying Eastern news
papers with iintl-Phlllpp articles was de
tilid by Mr, Martin.
O, A. La llitdde, chairman of Vie Dem
ocratic Slate Central Committee, 1ro
rc idled to tho attack by tho Governor
anl cites the stand of Governors In ad
Joining Stales In these words:
"In the Httltude that Gov. Phllipp has
asHUmed, It Is clearly evident that he
dues not recognize Ihe present situation
as to Govs. Lowden (Republican), Illi
nois atut Ittirniititut i Itetin hllivin I Mln.
nmota, who my that wo should ellml-1
nale the words Republican and Demo-1
crat during tho crisis In the nation." I
French anil Spanish Taking
Its Place in Ornnimar and
.'Iitciat llcpatci lo Tni St v.
Mti.WAt!KKr, I'eb. 24. The language
of the Kaiser and "kultur" has lost Its
popularity In the grammar schools of
Milwaukee and In the high schools
Kieiirh nod Spanish are taking Ita place.
After the declaration of war with Gcr
miny by the l'nlted States a movement
was started here to make German an
elective study, giving the parents of the
children In the Kranimar grades an op
portunity to decide If they wished their
offspring to study German.
Compilation of the figures Just com
pleted show that there has been a de
crease WVeT "per- "cent; "III "the' study of
German In the grammar schools since
the close of the school ear In .Tune, 1 1 1 7
Opponents of the German courses assert
that these figures are conclusive proof of
the number of pupils who have been
forced to study German against their
wishes In the past
At the close of the school year In 1P17
the emolmeut In German classes was
SO.iM'i. At tho beginning of the Septem
ber trim a change In the manner of
choosing studies was started. Parents
ol pupils were permitted to excuse their
children ftom German by sending a note
to the school principal. Heretofore t'le
patent had to rill In person at the school
administration building, hut on account
of the distaii'c many failed to make the
tr p and h a result German was forced
upon tlieii clnldrtn.
With ihe dropping of German In the
JS grades enrolment decreased to 23.303.
approximately 23 per rent. Another drop
of 3n per cent, was found In the enrol
ment for the present semester, bringing
the total decrease since last June to 3"
In the departmentalized grade schools
of the i tv a marked decrease In the
study of German also Is shown In the
t'gures compiled by M. C Potter, super
intendent of schools. At the beginning
of the piesenr semester there were 4,232
school children eligible for German and
2.tii7 enrolled. Last September, at the
be. inning of the fall term, 3,2 If were
tailing German, the two terms showing
n different e of S12 "kultur" students.
In the high schools of the city German
no lunger Is the popular study and
Trench and Spanish are being elected
In three high schools In which the figures
have been eiinip.eted there Is a falling
off of lUi pupds In Geiman between the
September nod IVliruarj semesters. At
prefer; otil P.Ss pupils are taking Ger
man in these schools, and last fall the
number was 42S. When the September
term opened )S2 were studying French.
bpt when the February semester started
Il entolled for French The gain In
Spanish from the September to the Feb-un-
semester Is from 2li to 2T1
30,000 WOMEN ON
LIST TO VOTE MAR. B
Will Cast, Their First JBallots
Here at. Special Congress
FL'IJi HKTI'ltXS COMPILED!
About. 7,000 Men Also Are
Registered as New Yoters
in Four Districts.
Complete figures on Ihe special regis
J tratlon of women and newly qualified
male voters In the four Congress dis
tricts where special elections ore to be
held March u to fill vacancies caused by
resignations, Indicate than more than
30,000 women Intend to cast their first
ballots on that date.
Comparleon of the figures piled up Fri
day and Saturdav with those of tho male
registrants last fall Is rendered Imprac-
' tleabte by the fact that Assembly and
i Congres district lines have been shifted
by legislative reapportionment since the
1 last election
Complete returns by Assembly dis
tricts follow :
, SEVENTH CON(WK: DISTRICT, HIIOOK
LY.V. i A.D. '4,1).
. 1 H5M
. . fc.114!
tlOHTll CONGRESS DISTRICT, IIHOOKLYN
I A D.
I Total .
, TWENTY-riRST CONOKKSS
:i. . .
' v u.
LSI" .. .
7 . 1 07 51
1 Total .. 6.K5
The foregoing Includes male regis
trants who had attained their majority
at the time of resli:r.iou. but of the
37,6:3 reltered 111 the four districts
It Is estimated thit 30,000 are women.
UNIONISTS AIDED BY
Majority in Canadian Parlia
OrriWA, Out.. Feb 24 The ofllcial
soldlets' and sailors' vote taken In
France. In Canada and in the I'nlteil
States, announced to-dav, has increased
'to i!0 the majority of the Cn'on Gov
einment In Parliament. It was 43 when
the civilian home votu was loiintrd. The
soldiers' vote taken in Great Hritain Ins
all been allocated to the various con
stituencies and a staff of sixty officers
; commenced to count ll csterda. It Is
I expected It will be complete by Wedlics
l day, when the Government' majority
; may be further increased.
The standing of the Government and
Opposition by provinces i. n follows:
Pnon Eil anl I.Und
, 9sktchewAn ....
Jlrltlth Columbia .
1 Yukon . .
I rtnvf rnnif nt majority
aaaaav mnimim.mcK.'K y S-emmkm i
Keep in mind the fact that Bevo, being a soft drink, will
freeze at 32 Fahrenheit - just like any other non-alcoholic'
beverage. Be careful about this, as freezing affects
the rich fullness of that delightful Bevo flavor which
goes so particularly well with a meal or a bite to eat.
If Bevo were merely a summer beverage this warning
might not be so timely but, as all who drink it know
Bevo is an all-year-'round drink
Everybody enjoys It for more than just its thirst-quenchine
qualities the pleasure it gives comes from its flavor, purity
and wholesome nutritiousness the enjoyment of these qual
ities is independent of time or season.
To get full pleasure out of Dutch lunches, Welsh rarebits,
oysters, clams, lobsters, sausage, cheese and many other such
delicious edibles, Bevo should be included.
You will find Bevo at inns, cafeterias, restaurants, groceries,
department and drue stores, soda fountains, dining cars, steam
ships, canteens, soldiers' homes, navy, and other places where
refreshing soft drink beverages are sold.
Vour grocer will supply you by the case. Demand
the genuine have the bottle opened in front of you
see that the seal is unbroken covering the crown
top and see that the crown top bears the Fox.
Bevo is sold in bottles only, and is bottled exclusively by
Anheuser-Busch St. Louis
Anlieuser-Itusrli Agency, New York C.'iiy
A. Bunch lloltling Co.. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Anhruser-Tlusch Newark Agcnry, Newark, N. J.
41ENERAI, niSTRinUTOUS Famlllei nupplicj by d ultra
TO REPORT BILL FOR
Legislative Committee Will
Itccommctid Return to
DRY FEA1THE INJECTED
, Anti-Saloon League Opposes
Repeal of Direct Pri
Sprcint Htupitlen tit Tut Sex
At.nA.vr. Feb. 21. The wheels of the
law making machine are expected to
move fast this week. The 1D1S session
of the legislature has so far been
marked by negative or at least indif
ferent results, but the stage 1 now nil
set for producing the climax In the an
nual show of the solons nt Albany.
Practically all the big questions that
are to be disposed of nt this session are
scheduled to be threshed out this week
and they are questions that will havo k
direct bearing on the political future and
third term aspirations of Gov. Whitman.
The committee appointed by Lieut. -Gov.
Sehoeneck to investigate the direct
primary law will meet to-morrow after
noon and will report favorably to th
Senate this week a bill restoring the
party nominating convention. A hear
ing on this measure will be ret for
The committee Is overwhelmingly In
favor of the restoration of the Stale
convention, and It Is an open seirct that
the opponents of the Governor as a
third term candidate believe that their
chances of beating him are better with
the convention than, with a continuance
of the direct primary, it Is not believed
that a Statu convention bill can be
passed over tho Governor's veto.
The State convention issue bus been
Injected into the aiitl-liituor campaign,
which Is nlo to have Its field day this
week. On Tuesday the irlng will be
given on the measure for the ratification
of the Federal prohibition amendment,
and the dr advocates will be bete In
foice to present their arguments. One
of their principal speakers will be Will
iam Jennings Dry. in, who is now on his
I way to Alhan. William ll. Anderson,
! superintendent of the. Anti-Saloon
League, on the eve of this hearing an
nounces 'hat the league Is opposed to
the tepeal of the d'rect primary law.
"since itn obvious purpose is to defeat
Gov. Wli tnun and since the Old Guard
desire the defeat of Gov. Whitman be
cause of the prohibition Issue "
Mr Anderson challenges Senator
Hrow-n first to support the ratification
of the Frdeml amendment and an
nounces that If he does the Anti-Saloon
League w:ll support his proposals.
Tho programme of the Republican
leaders to have war einergencv prohibi
tion with the exception of wines and
beer and to put the prohibition question
up to the people through a Stale con
stitutional amendment l-o is expected
to be pushed this week The'e measures
have ar.)U"ed the act.ve opposition of the
Anti-Saloon League and of Senator
William H. "I till, who introduced t he
measure for the lat.flcatlon of the Fed
Senatoi Hill will lino up the membeis
of the l.eglsl.ituie for or against bone
drv prohibition b.v offering an amend
ment to the Kcpubl'ian leaders' war
emergency hill, cutting out the exception
of w ines and beet
Tonnshln .School I. hit.
On Wednesday a hearing will be given
on the bill urging the repeal of the
township school law and all other meas
ures relating to it From a political
point of view this Is one of the most
tmportnn' legislative matters before the
present session. The township law haa
angered the farmers more than anything
elso for which the Whitman administra
tion has been responsible, anil Ihe effort
lo placate them has been the cause of
Ihe first break between Gov. Whitman
nnd Speaker Thaddeus C. Sweet of the
Hoth tho Governor nnd Ihe legislators
are anxious io mollify the funnels. Gov.
Whitman hns recommended Ihe repeal of
Ihe township law, nnd Speaker Sweet
mid the legislative leaders have pre
'pared hill which they believe will meet
Ihe opposition of the turn! population.
The hearing on the. township bill will
htiug n large number of fanueis lo Al
bany, and at Ilia same time an Importnnl
conference will be held here by their
tepreseulatlves on tho rjiiesllon of the
makeup of the Farms mid Markets
Council arid the demand of Ihe ugrlcul
luiiil organizations for the resignation
of Its secretary, Charles 11. Kelts.
Refused to IteslKll.
Mr. Hrtts has refused to resign and
and It Is expected that he will be foiled
out of both the rouniil and the secre
larjshlp of the State Food Control Com
mission, In which position he has been
drawing a salary of $i;,ilfl0 n ear. Mem
bers of the council have nil offered to
leslgn, If It Is deemed necessary by the
Governor lo elltnlnalo the opposition of
Probably four or five will leave the
council, and Gov. Whitman will permit
the representatives of the farmers who
meet hero Wednesday lo ircnmmeud
their successors. The faimets nie up.
posed to tho present inemhcis of the
council on the ground that they were not
consulted In their selection and that pol
itics played a largo part In It Gov.
Whitman Insisted that he named the best
men possible, but Is willing In let the
farmers suggest better men If they think
thev can do so.
Anolher hearing will be given Wednes
day on the Thopmson bill to consolidate
the two Public Service Commissions,
MUST DRINK WAR'S IRON TONIC
Merit. Hamilton Declares Grentest
rlsls Is .Ins! Ilr rlopliiK.
"The slriutloii in w Irh vie are stand
ing to-day Is more daugero-is than It
has ever been before," said Como Ham
ilton. Lieutenant of the ilritlsh Aircraft
Corps. n tall: which he delivered nt
toe Central V. M C, A in llrooklvn yes.
terdai afternoon. "It is Just th,. begin
ning of the war and it Is by far the
greatest cti-ds which has developed "
' With reference to pea re rumors he
.-aid "If you were,to see the private
despatches that are Fcnt t certain peo
ple In tMis country .vou would know tnnt
the iron tonic o' war Is going to enter
vour blood too. Don't be led away Into
pacifism, ruiB'inla of the brain, fr that's
what piclfistii If
Lieut Hamllt n cave vivid descrip
tions of both men and women wbo have
hangert from ra v -l.uker.s and "hot
houe 1'il.inK' Into vir.lc llhtern innl
s If.s.ieril, Ing heroines ' When I saw
'he w -nnen o' this inuntry leading the
way 1 knew fi; the l'nlted Mates w,i
leuly ti enter Ihe war and to go
t'irouch wit'i it In a sportsmanlike wav."
he .said ' I want t- tell vou this be.
awe. by .love' gentlemen, von too have
got to drink this tonic, and it will do
vou worlds of good '
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1 Thur A- f-M 'J
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the only kind that
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l seat sale starts today
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GREENWICH VILLAGE THEATRE
I si A- U KVHI'.V l-.n l llr mi i IVI Sir k
Ill i I'rieis.VK-II 1, Ki s II Mat sai j in
Mieilal I'n p . Mai, l.ieri I lie, , ."illi-, A tl.
$50,000 THEFTS LAID
TO WINDOW WASHERS
Three Men Arretted in Upper
West Side Robberies.
Two men were attested yesterday
charged with thefts which, It Is said,
will aggregate JSO.OOO nnd which they
are alleged to havo committed In npart
tnents of the upper West Side while pur
porting lo wash windows. The men au
dio lies Daniels of 'Mast Tenth stteet
and Onnlg Mnnoukln of Fast Thirty
first stteet. Seiopo Ksaylan, who con
duels a Jewelry stole at 2i",3 Second ve
nue, was uJiested at the same time
i barged with receiving stolen property
According lo the police Ks.iylan has
been bil.vlng n great amount of jewelry
from the two men recently, and his
purchases have been coincident with
reports from well to do npartnicnt dwell
ers In regard lo lost valuables. In al
most every case the men. It Is said, lefl
I behind their overalls nnd scrubbing ap
' paratus. Tho method was to solicit
i work from prisons known lo have valu
ables, 1 When one matt washed the other
' would inaniruvcr about unguarded
looms In an apartment. After the lat
ter gol all the Jewelry ho could find the
i two would depart for lunch.
' Window washers on .lanuary 2f nb-
( Inlnid a watch and chain, a platinum
ring and a brooch, all worth J2.000,
I from the home of William Hcckert, 030
West Hnd avenue, tho police say A
maid nnd n member of the family have
Identified Manoiikln, It Is understood
Shortly befoie this two such men got
a bar pin valued at $1,300 from the
i apartment of Mrs. Frank Church, r.50
Park avenue. Among other apartments
1 robbed were, those of William Itayard
Male, 362 ftiversidn Drive, Dr. Samuel
I llassell, 37i West Knd avenue, and
Isaac Weinman, 8S3 West Knd avenue
Tho arrests were made b.v Acting
Opt. McKenna of the Fourth Ilranch
10 to 16
will fmd rnr
Spiinc vlli frnck
o invitinc ard
varied in k'lfc
thigh pradcl, col
ors and modU
we hope ticy'll sec
K e a o n a b ' y
rrtreri.too tc in
$11.08 to S19.U8
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MILLION DOLLAR DOLLS
Detective Bureau and Detectives I.ove,
Fltxpntrlck, Tlerney and Klnan,
It Is hoped the capture will clear up
Ihe mystery of the f 10,000 robbery from
the home of Lieut, Hamilton Fish lien
Jamlii, 970 Purk avenue, February ti.
WILL DISCUSS EXCHANGE.
Cmuadlnn Premier nnd 1'lnanc
Minister on Wny In WnnJilnailon. ,
Afxcii Dftpntrli to TinffHix
Ottvvva, Out., Feb. 24.--Slr Robert I
Ilorden nnd the Hon. A. Is. Maclean, i
acting Minister of Finance, left to-day
for Washington lo confer with the
t'nlted Stales Government tegardlng the I
exchange situation and In endeavor to1
reach nil agreement regarding purchases .
and payments for supplies by Canada I
to Great llrltaln and the l'nlted States.
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Nrneonitie. Julia llalpli and nthers.
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AS DALY THE' MASTER
"THE KING" UVVkn3.
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A FUNNIEST AMERICAN COMEDY
OF RECENT YEARS
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