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Fair to-day: somewhat colder at night; to-morrow fair; west to northwest winds Highest temperature yesterday, 48; lowest, 30. Detailed verntlitr reports on taat page. tm. IT SHINES FOP, ALL VOL. LXXXV. NO. 184. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1918.- -Copyright, JO IS, by the Sim Printing anil Publishing .association. 84 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS SUf'SJf. READYTO BRAND LA FOLLETTE ASi . A OUnTTTfiWTOT'Molally Unlit fm Army Service Is Vei'(lict in Case 'fi A IJlillllUnlbl Man Denounced by the Public Felon in Wisconsin Assembly Will Denounce. Him Within -111 I Hours. Lenders Sny. ,v I tvi.i AVimir CWl'IM.'1 L Jil.Mi J.XIL OfjAlJii Only nn Accident Prevented j Chamber From Indicting- 1 .... . ...!.. " Him Yesterdny. HALTKU HY NtOUKDUJUJ ! State Senator Wilcox's Moros Defeat Tricks of "llattlin-r ( llobV Men. , ' tin a Stuff Correspondent. V.koos, WIk., March 2. ttobort M.I '.a I'V.lctte U making his last fifth t In lhc Stato which suffers agonies of shame n bin account, n Within forty-eight I.o'irs tna wisconKin legislature, its leaders promise, will denounce him to the i.itlon as a redltlonlst, even as the State i-ni.-i'.e branded him u few days ago. Only an accident saved him from the roTilnK disgrace of an Indictment to il iy by the legislators nearest ths peo- 1 P'e mijorlty of the Aweinbly good, t al men 5lck at heart over I-'ollet-1'U and bitterly arpry because La. Fol J'tls I'russlan'.sm has made tho whole M.ta stem disloyal were eager to name ). "i as an enemy or tho nation, but rules ' tf ptocedure checked their earnestness. For some days tlncc La Follctte was scored as a traitor by Republican State e-tnators tho Assembly has been under the "call of tho house." a gentlemen's agreement keeping seventy-one members !! atienuanoe wmie tne &ergeant-ai- .srnis laooicil lo uriim a.i.uiiic.uuria li the Capitol. It Is nectssary to have (If-, i-ore otes, a bare majority of the ho!e Assembly, to break the call ana i;tI liie way to il oie nil ine feuiiie ree- " ; i.trutit. IteliuLr seem. Certain. The loyalists Jut failed to get the ftf- iy-ot. necessary. The final test vote on breaking the call, not on the sedl- Hon resolution) was 43 to 26, Just betore i,ii Assembly adjourned until Hi A. M. Monday. Hut adjournnitnt under tne u:es breaks tho call and abrogates the .cr.ilemen's agreement automatically, n0 when nearly a full chamber goes to Aork on Monday the loynllsts ,aro cor - '.sin of enough votes to administer to Li Follette. the Identical rebuke which t-.e state Senate gave him earlier In tho . .11 l.e repudiation of a character un- ; paralleled In American history. It will . 'e the most humiliating denunciation 1 nat tins one time Idol ever received. It will he the tolling or bells for his politl- al care-r. for neither La Follettc's pres- ' ze noi tlm prestige of any man backed Iv him can stand a blow so severe. He I 1 continue to write "of Wisconsin" rittr his name as a United States Senn- "!. but he will no more represent Wis-I tunsln than does the Germun Chancellor, ready there. Is spreading over the ' 'ato ih terrific prophecy which has l--vi made by Senator J. Henry Uenne'.t f Vroqua, and there Is not one man "f vtfiou In Wisconsin who doubts the truth of It: '.1 Toilette In to-day rejected from ' e s idety of all decent men. When . it final history Is written It will be about tne same time win ue eiuninaieii. s-i'a .11 substance that he retired to hi" Unnecessary trains on many Western on-.e at Madison, disgraced and for-1 lines am to be taken off and the loco irn. and I apprehend that nono will motives and crews used for essential )'Vje, as dogs aro wont to do, as they 1 freight service. pa-- his dejected figure." I Theru Is no thought, however, of 'T!v thunders of silence" Wisconsin making a few Western lines the prinr s -eservlng for It Follette that terrible1 clpal passenger carriers, a contemplated ."jris'iinent which an American writer , In the Fast. Officials also stated that "as lied not so long ago for a states- the reduction in chedules will not re whose un-Anierlcanlsm smelled I snlt In any serious Inconvenience to v V as La Follette's. ! passengers lleKl....ln. of ihe Und. j J TROOPS FIRE 1 'ndictment ny the wisoons.n '.S UMre, partly completed and wholly , tie flnis'ied next Monday, for the I Vi States Senator whose words and j i'-M- av.j been so amazing as to cause think of Ills singular and ram- hi r.B utterances m a publishers' dinner 1 i H.adelph.a a few years ago. ts tne . eg.nnmg of the end for Iv Follette, .' 1 1 Fol'ette of stupendous vanity, "r.Iir.dlcd ambition and sinuous oppor- t iv sn Tv.e lBisinture Is not acting In po-1 ' 1' poitiness. Us majority, sixty or 1 -t'v.ftve f 100, are shamed men com- y o Madison from a shamed people. 1 . aim more, i.m rr.-, e, s 1 1 1 's States took Its stand with 'ree and decent nations, "Wisconsin 'a .-! that Fhe Ik an outcast In I i-rliood of tlio Union. Sh has '.e.1 "tat the Last, the west ami "ie Sout 1, all of those vibrantly pa, a tn.ng tn tiini their backs upon. ' He bus.ness men have felt the sting- lad r(.MJite(i fr0m an argument between .t njust ce of till estimate, but they j.rvt(. Turner of tho stevedore regl "nt about literally hanging their heads, I mfJt Bnl, .t wl,j,a ccr at the soda -Htm there was no explanation they , f0,maitt in the store. Turner returned "id maVe as long as La. Follette went 1 to (.a,Pi eathered together nbout 3im --btiKed b) h's own State. n,en to-nlglit. and marched on the rtore, lanvnable' said William P. Cur- , Rueniptlng 1 WTeik it with bricks and s rnantifaeturer of Madison sn 1 bottles, "av -f r ie city last night. "I havo When I'.e assault began, the Colonel's o.j wi"i sname every nme i go . "a. Jinm the State reople think T-"- 1 'uietie s Wisconsin. Our loyal deeds '1 we have a good record In volun '.'j er tstments. In the Liberty loan. In ho lied iTris campaigns and In other "a activities count for nothing. Will nrnnd I.u Follette, La Follette sedition blots out every "ilng He has made our State look like U"t Prusli, That's got to end and It .1 end We will brand La Follette for nat he is. a German sympathizer who stabs our soldiers in tho bank. We will ''set a loyal United States Senator to m-ced the late Paul JIustltig. La Vol- Mtu is done for and If he keeps going Midway ho lus hs will swing from j Ilsrd words, but ono hears (hem on' vry side. Wisconsin has reached the . point whero the disgrace of Ls Kollttle- Ism can no longer be endured. He Is Ire athluj and decaying tooth In n sound Jv and Wisconsin i heading for the v'mlist That's exactly what' the vote Confinwcrf on Fifth Pag: PH'iLTHE Eyes of Law, Officer Tells Him. fipmat ItttiMiMi to Tin. Srv ( ami- t ptos, Ncw Vor!;. March 2. 1 The question of what to do with Charles I Fronds IlilIIlv)s. , .1 . . . . I Onsildlt IOUS Objector. 1 'eiiita quicKiy to-day when lie was Jism!fseJ peremptorily from tlio camp, when the men of local board F2D, ' Including Phillips arrived hc:e early '-J Klven special I harBe of the niiuarterS intelligence omcc m look-: U" ,!le r"1" 11 ai found that Phillip, on July 12 last, was convicted of violultng wctlon ST of tho Federal tlonal Aimy and joii utc hereby d.s orimlnal cole by conspiring to evade . minced from the cantonment." $250,000 CUT IN; TICKET OFFICES Af, V.l.t.t lHnno 4-.. f1,....-!!..!.. .ixi..iiiiru j iHiin nf uii.iiiiiiuir - Unnils' Ao-oii,if. in Vow I 101'K ail(I Washington. . lLAISGE SAVINGS IX ItEXTSiHEX GETS MOST CREDIT 1 ' Employees Retained to Get I More I'ay and Give Better Service to the Public. Sl't.tal DitMf-K lo Tut Sis. WAHlIlriTO. March 2. Under a plan for tho consolidation of railroad ', ticket oftlces In New York city. Director week. Shipper1 and fipeculatuis are tn General McAdoo hopts to save at least j the dumps and lonsumers arc brgln 1230,000 In rentals alone In tliA ear nlng to smile again. beginning July 1. The llastern i all-1 In the last six da. a total of M'.,0.15 roads next week" will submit a plan for case, or " SS0.990 dozens of eeas. have cutting down tost of selling transporta tion, and It Is believed they will re- .., ,.. v,.,,,,,i w ti.e' .... ..,,.,,1 . v, .,. l i,i Altholll5ll n0 eftimatea have been made as to tho number of employees who will be dropped under the new ,,jaJ 11 Is believed the staffs can be j cut 20 per cont. Tlio men deposed will ' ornn- ItlUie of life. Is cacltlltig up Iter have opportunity to accept other posts. 1 . .Those retained will get substantial lee - salary Increases, If reoommendatlons to1 Many Ntw onc egg men who bought be mnd tn Mr. McAdoo are adopted, eggs at h;-;h prices, thinking they were ine ,lew. Government plan for con- going to make a lot of money, have solldating the ticket offices In the laiger 'been loving It fast, and It was figured cities is to be tried llrst In Washing-' yesterday that shippers mid speculators ton. but a thorough test will bo glen will be hit by about at leat 1230.000 on m xew York city as well. The plan . the week's business. They are placing ( vill bo in operation by July 1. It Is the blame for It all on the hen, who h.i eald. . j got Into her stride, and on Mr. McAdoo ' The offices will be moved from r.road-, for loosening up railroad transportation 1 way. Fifth avenue unci other streets. where high rents arc In efTect to side! !nppl my Almve- llemnnrt. I streets In the same zones, One Mich i;gg which Tiere shipped t o or thiee ' ofTtce where tickets on all roads will , "Weeks ago and held up in transit began , be sold will be Just off lower Broadway, ,,.1, mo lhf. rnarUt ,vlt, cggs tli:it in the Ilroadway and forty-second street zone. Theie will be no offices In The Uronx, except those at the sta- tlons. Uach of the railroads bidding for business In New York Is operating at least three offices, the nunual rental of each being from $10,000 to $1S,000. It is the belief of railroad officials that the consolidation of offices will re-I suit In better service to tho public, sine the Government by paying larger sal- aries will bfi able to obtain the services of highly efficient clerks. Vassenger train service In the West will be reduced one-third or more by a rearrangement of schedules to be an nounced soon by Director-General Mc Adoo. Scores of trains on competing lines leaving and arriving at terminals ON NEGRO SOLDIERS Men of Stevedore Regiment Had Attacked Store. ...,, s.r.H Vll March L'. One Nswi'om Nr.ws. t .. .March .. uno man of a negro stevedore regiment was killed and two others were wounded. one probably ratally, to-night when guards of tho Forty-eighth Infuntry (regulars) Ht.it leveml hundretl of the steve- . , attempting to wreck a M 1)ejp Ul(!lp camp omo mieH north of this city. I The names of tlia deau man auci me vinmided were not made public Col. , . , . Voorhls. chief of 1"t . , , ,nlnient to-nlirht said that ,. ,,t,.vedores had been returned to, their camp and that no further trouble was anticipated. .,,,,, ,,,, ,1.. .tore, the Colonel ..,.ement said, the Forty-eighth in funtry guard was nt tiered to arrest the man. Ah tne eoiuiers nvproacnen inc negroes tan. Two commands to halt having passed unheeded th guard was ordered to Are. Three of- the negroes fell, one dying almost Instantly. CADET AVIATOR IS KILLED. Clareuce J, Itremer Kails In Testa. ituQ Feet HocsTON, Ttx., Marcli a. wsnet Ttx., March Clarence .1. Bremer of the lourth Pro I .,,onal ftquadron, Islington Field, was klUe(l to.fay hen his slrplane, in which e w8 nying as sn observer, fell 300 fcctl jjls home was In Chicago. . 1L. ,-..,., Tja March " Will- , . .i''"",".!:. , " .ula hire !'",,.',,' i,,P.: llit-d vesterdav In lo.dav from Injury received yesterday an airplane accident. He? was a civilian instructor. WH1TK.fsl!MHlfK IsPBINOH. W. V. Tho Orfsmbrler. Karepun plan. Woadtrful curs. tlr wsters. t Y. Ofaee, The riin.-it. objector, is the draft. lie was senteiM ed to ii-rvr , ne day Hi prison and pay n line o. ,3?,t)' When the melt from local board 12!" ' IK'H HI- 111 II lll'lll I." I """in -." m..,. ll,,u1v.. . ...rsnmiel vet to tli personnel office to-dav for formal Induction Into the service, an official called Phillip "ut befoi wllole r,,om "lll addressed him iii f nllntt's pi,mi., i ii, ... r ihe law and of the army you are a felon. Men of1 your stamp ale not wanted In tho Liiltcit vi'a 'thp Inderal cliu Tho fact tn.it ou navo violating an uct of linlnal code precludes anv iioslb!l!tv of your entering the Na- EGGS DROP 27C. DOZEN IN WEEK . ... M.ii.L'.it lliliwllml I nil 11 llliit .. r. . u UIIII1CII1 in ........imuvi Slllile and Slieclllalol'S l-OM J20l.UMr. l.ooseninr of Rail Speeds Deliveries Retail Price of I lc. Expected. 'i. a The epp mail.et has gone to Miias Theie has been a tit on of 2T cents dozen in the wholesUt price In on? come Into the Ncv Yotl: luaikct. This means 30.S71.SSO ecg". anunyiccc- i... .,. ,i,, ,i.i ( ,(, There are so many egss the market can not absorb them and Mrs. Hen. to whom Mr. Hoover gave assurance of u teui- had been on the way only a few da, and old Supply and Demand did the i rest. I Complaints have been made that many receivers have refused to accept ship. menus, Reselling that one thing or tho other was the matter with the eg This ordinarily does not happen to any noticeable degree on a rising market. -Walls of shlpiiers tint receivers vvete I10, i;(.0pnB their contracts have reached tho ears of the Federal Food Hoard and the board Is planning ..prisals. Cyrus C. Miller, director of transpor tation and distribution of the State Food 1 Commission, said yesterday that the rules require consignees to accept the'.r consignments and dispose of tliem to the beat advantage. Unlcs they keep their contracts, he said, they are in danger of losing the Federal licenses to do bust, nes.. On Saturday 4 week ago fteh gath- ered firsts were quottd at 1.4 to 63 tents dozen. Yesterday they were quoted at 3S cent. Kxtra rtrsts were fi."i2 cents a dozen a week ago and 30 '-i cents esterday. In exactly seven days the wholerale price of firsts dropped from 02 1 j af CZ cents to 35 ij and 36 cents. -II Onta a Doxrn Retail Kipeeted, t was said that on the basis of the wholesale prices eggs fhould retail from II to 4.1 cents a dozen In a day or two. L'gg dealers Insist that the big drop In , egg prices will have a tendency to make shlpier.s fight shy of New Yoik markets for a while In tho hope of gltlng stable conditions. In the meantime am fervently Hoping that consumers will pitch In and eat eggs while the tug Is good. The New York Vatfy Market ltepnrt said yesterday that the decline of 27 cents a dozen In eggs In one week finds no parallel In the history of the egg business. AMERICAN OFFICER GETS WAR CROSS Lieut. Nourae Burned Saving Wounded in Gas Attack. Sneriaf ntMvaleK to Tsr. Scn Washington. March 2 -For refusing to forsake his post despite severe burns from poisonous gas attacks Lieut. Tlob- ert L. Nourae, Jr.. L S. A. a member of the 1S17 class at Princeton, of Boise, Idaho, commander of a section ot tho American ambulance tcrvice on th French front, has been cited In gen eral orders by the French General com mandlng his division and has been dis tinguished by the award of the French Croix de Guerre "for bravery under flro and devotion to duty despite' wounds." Lieut, Nourse was exposing himself to assure the safety of wounded French ' soldiers when tivertaken by the gas shell bombardment, his face and right eye being badly burned. "He refused to be removed," an ofllclal translation of the French report read, "but con-1 tinued to direct his section during the . whole occupation of tho sector." Lieut. Nourse cannot accept the dec oration until after he leaves the Amsrt-1 . i .... i run tjoveriinieiiv niiis, . nn uciu forwarded to the War Department. On recommendation of Gen. Pershing, Nourse was commissioned a First Lieu tenant October 2. Lieut, Nourso left for France about one year ago. IlelchstriK Adjourns for lul)aia. AmstkiuTam, March 2. The German Reichstag, after referring the budget to the Main Committee, adjourned to-day until March 12, says a telegram from Berlin. , n, s. WILLING TO TRUST JAPAN'S i SIBERIA AIMS! President Concurs in Tn- vnsion Views of Britain and Frnnce. (ilVE MORA I. sOlMMUlT! Jaiiaiicsc Warship Now I Giinnliuy Kiissiun Win- Sup plies at Ylnilivoslok. fiprcitil lifpalch Id Tui: mv Wasiiinqton, Marfh 2 Ii evident Wilson Is understood to loncur fully In thf vlenn of tin? Ilritlh and Fienth' floeinnients that Japan can be en-1 , trusted to cany out the proposed Sibe- be- I Ian lampalKn with no thought of teirl torlal aKKiTtndlzenii'iil or si'lllfli motives. The tiuestlon of foiinaily Indorsing a' Jpane. nillilaij epedlt!ou Into Siberia ... ntive: iiinii! w reg.iToeu a exiiemciy elioatc here. Nn dtchdon of tKis Gov- crnmci.t's attitude un this point has been announced. The featuiu of the Qiitition under- htood to bo uppetniost In the President's mind .oncems the effect such actlot. nlirtit ltfil'A nn III. nrenf kltllutli... tn ltussla. On the other hand, there Is fear , that the Kuninn people will Interpret such a move as a hostile Invasion, ami that iJernian agents nlll be quick to kelze on this Interpretation for the pur- pose of tnllamliiK the people of ltuss.a. ' On the ether hand, theie Is the piessln I need for some nrt of protective action. for late-t reports show that the German plans are rjiaklni ateadv headway. ' Ktt. st unollicial a.lvtc from rtussla I state that the HoWhet Ikl ure arming i and enrolling tlennun and Austrian ' prisoner- of w-.ii. Thousands of these I t.r'Si-irml u ;l l . ll.nivn 1. 1 wtfTtnleJ it Siberia. ' Uoports of Dolshevlk ncthlty i nt Miidhostok liave reached hero and It Is by no means, certain that some of the htiRi' stores of supplies theie hAe immediate not lieen tampered with. protective, measuies aie imperative It is admitted Japan Is ready to under take this police duty at utue anil Jap anese nnrthli aie aliead on the cene. .laimn Could li I'ollrr Uuts'. The developments of the day Indlcats that Japan might undertake some sort sirusieci. , of restricted police duty at Vladivostok , Membership In the f. W n. l not i and in the vlciuitv while awilting fur- cause, for deportation, but if it est., ther woid from the Cnlted States and ! !'rov'd "l"1 t,,e a"""""'! jnan has the Kntente. it is regarded probable , v' 11 spreading umest he vvlll - hre that such a course will have to be b t'Porletl Immediately, and where de followed, for time Is admittedly a vital Potation l Impo'sible l,e will be de-, fa.-tfr luiiv. Tli nUMtlntl nf 111 evlelit matio circles here to-d.tv .1 jji.Hi hHf not asked the A. lies or the I nltt'il States for pernusioti to tend protective expedition Into Siberia, nor lms .la nan notlfted Ihe Allies Hint tne T0M0 Government had decided upon this move as a measure of military necessity, Japan has called the attention of the Allies to the danger of the situation and it- obvious menace to the peace of the Far Uast anil has Intimated that action was necessity This leally has amounted to an Invitation by Japan to the Allies to cooperate with her In a Joint expedl-. tion Into Siberia, but the Jananee Gov- eminent I" understood to anticipate that the Allies will Invite Japan to take ex- elusive charge of the situation. Both the Hritlsh and. French Govern- ments believe Japan should be Invited to hand'' the matter, and they regard the practical advantages of the expedl- tion as cffsettlng the possible, future ills- udvantigei of Inflaming the r.us!an. President Wilson apparently hesitates about approving without reserve Hritlsh and French course. Hie Two Courses Open tn President. Apparently the President has two courses open to him. One is to Join Great tlrltaln nnd France In inviting Japan to send the expedition, while the other is tn Aiiotit a rimtslve attitude nml not go on record by approving or dlsan- proving the Japanese plans. Fullapproval by tho United States a.s well as Great Hrir.iln and France might clve the e- in c Husskin opinion against the expedl - tion, President Wilson's future Influence with the tiennln of ltussla. it I. fu mlht irn by the board. There Is" little, question of an.v thing but mora support for Janan'a n an bv tho Allien or the United Stales. There l no thought whatever here of United States troops participating In an.v Siberian expedition. Tills would not be necessary nor Is It deslied by Japan. In fact It Is jiolnted out In Japanese circles hero that the coopera tion of the forces of another country lu the expedition would probably be taken by tho Japaneso roplo as a sign that Japans motives were distrusted. Japan's role Is loguard the peace of ' nB J-a.r i,n 1 " " ""'"rstood nere that the Jafxineso people would ,K1 oo wltl Jaor 01 ' ari' f(Trt to . tlepri e Japan of the cipjwrtunlty of fuN C'onffrtiicc on Secoiirf Pujr That Martinique Show for the Fund Monday LL roads will lead to the Martinique to-morrow night, for then, in the Omar Khayyam room, Gus Edwards will put on a more than ordinarily attractive show for THE SUN Tobacco Fund. In addition to his usual superior cast a big galaxy of Broadway entertainers has volun teered to appear The get pro grammes begin at 7:15 and 11 :15 o'clock, but there will be plenty of fun between times. And, of course, whosoever will may dance. WARNING! THE SUN TO BACCO FUND has no connection with any other fund, organiza tion or publication. It employs no agents or solicitors. awaltVeveloXntrin itul U ' of I h. ITnlUtLHtates who may Ucutht. '"'ft centre for the feeding of Petro- y, Kmtl on measures for . e- j wom.cled, it vv'P. M -sm, fut I'e niv alt developments m ltuala. ,.., .. .i, ,,.., i r.nm sai. Brad, says a despatch from l'etrograd ,..,.,. r. i. ,,,lwi .hit he "len '" heaw to'l How ir Hu.1 even tnus plan noes not remov e , ..... '.-. um,.,! under date ef KrWy'fh tlernians j XJ'l.Ia ,1.. ollets whl'b rero con-1 t!l ."rrh ans we t,:iJ, b th !nl: Ct. 'tmm'l ' Vo'lowln. nU'n Jin lh. rfdop? Probably Intend the menage add, ,1U I ' J B Z, "-'- 1 .vetCaln Some o FrKo-n ti e view no nt of 1h"ge rr.t rtl "rirsitf we will not arrest, detail, or ' l" ui'P"s from l'etrograd and Tht , of y,,,, the local Sinn J w Ikely 1 Pro.n the viewpoint of the general lit- ,ilnni.. f- ,..iir,-- f'v. to compel the capital to capitulate by . v.. ,.,., ..,ni.-i ,.,,ebei.. ! u" or ' '"'S out of the sa tein.irnnui siiuiiiiou me ioitowiug ue- ' - - fami(i,, she as v.i,. 'v to-dav 1 ...1 .. 1 1... 1 1.. ,1 i- 1. W W . " . eems tn he accented comlll.lfeltti' Ar- ' " ' 1 mote pedition the character of an allied move 01 me nra, itccuruing 10 v ren j i uramian uovei nniem. iteque was trator Hoover yesterday that the they und thereby make It less likely to rouse "egge. ua-mct secreiarj -irensurer ot made, ne saici, ill consequence orj events , strlctionfl against the eating of nu mers Russian national pride. If the Germans t"0 union, wmi uciuquanera ur c. m Lura:ne wnicn tnreaieneu to inter- .., Unlh meatlees days have est- should by any chance succeed In Inilam- Llghty per cent, or tne mcmoersnip, ne i fr(. wltli the transportation or food- .,,,,,i nKi Anrll l.-,. German Negotiations With Rumania Fail AMSTERDAM, March 2. Ac cording to the Vossische Zeitung of Berlin, the peace negotiations ut Bucharest, Ru mania, have failed. It is under stood King Fcrdinand'a reply to the Central Powers was unsatis factory. Other German newspapers say the negotiations were interrupted because Dr. von Kuhlmann and Count Czernin, respectively Ger man and Austro-Hiingarian For eign Ministers, had been sum moned to Brest-Lituvsk. A semi official statement issued in Ber lin, however, denied that they had left the Rumanian capital. I. W. W. ROUNDUP ORDERED BY U.S. v.. , 1. uiSif VnDOflls 1'tll l'l'sl .... . of Treasonable Alien Ill , Lumber Districts. I'KX IS HEADY l-'OR Jl 000 Secretary Wilson Says Seattle Internment Camp May lie Enlarged. Ancm f)itcA fi Tut Scv Washington-, March 2. In an osder , lnmg,.AtIon officials throughout the . ., . , . ... Northwest to-day fcectctary of libor Wilson Instructed them to besin Im- mediately a xoundup of all aliens who I , . ., ., , havc b" l"at:8 throughout tne lumber sections by udvocatii.g sab otage and overthrow of government These aliens will be detained and de- Ported if possible. The order strikes at the 1 W. W,, which is especially strong and act.ve . ,!n tl,(" s'OJt lurnb'r PfoJ'" V't,e .f . the count! y, tne OUtPUt Of WHICH IS needed In tlte country's war ramiiaign. , How many I. W. W.s will bo caugllt In the net Is problematical, but the ap peal for the roundup from the residents! of Seattle and other titles In the North-' west asked that an Internment camp to. accommodate 3.000 persons be con- catneu. I I1B "'TWI"' W Second. w vvlll arrest and detain iinitl we can depot t ail) alien, whether mernbe" of the 1. W. W. or not. who Is lounu aaiocaiir.g or irai-um i.ie un lawful destruction of property or ad vocatlug or teaching anatch the overthrow by force or vioier.. e or the Government or the united mares, or or all forms of law. or the Assassination of public officials, or who is in any other anner sul.je-:'. to deportation under the Immigration laws, even though he may not commit any overt net. "Third, If the quarters at the Seattle station are not anrple to lake care of all who may be arrested und detained for deportation under these instructions, the omnilssloner ut Seattle will be utitbonxed to secure additional quarters." Secretary Wilson's order was Issued with a full personal knowledge of the situation In tho Northwest. As chair - tmtn of the president's mediation corn mission he Investigated the unrest in the , lumber cair.vs and sawmills last tall and succeeded In quieting the situation to a marked degree. SAYS I. W. W. HAS 55,000 MEN. ' Secretary Also Admits Th imtaae Is Practised. Sa ! SpoKANr, Wa.'h.. March 2. Fifty-five thousand men In the United States are members of the Lumber 'Workers' Indus- trial union .o. sou, innustnai vvntic- 1 said camp. , Ilcgge admitted that members of the ' Industrial Workers advocate sabotage advocate sabotage, ans slowing up work , e not met. Tn hope, Workers will some but asserted this means . " nie.r ummim.it ,1-ia 1 nrliiatrlal Wflrl.'.r. will .nm. umi ..iv .n-., li... nnnl.nl ilII nrftn.rti they iln lint vi -. -.- advocate Its destruction. Hegge argued. Heggu expects the order Issued to- day by Secretary Wilson will cause the arrest of members or his organization. Manv men of the union are mlgrnto-y worker.. Ilegge ald, and do not re- ' mH,n f,no'h, ln an' on P'ace to ' talil out citizenship, papers. EMBARGO ON PENNSYLVANIA. rittshririr f.alrTray Closed to Kast bound Traffic. PrrrssiTir,, March 2 The renns.vl v.inl.1 I'.allroad lines we.t, has placed an embargo on all freight destined for the lines east excepting only the first two divisions of the five excepted in .v. T&.rnl nrrter nf the Unitivl Ktnfea ltailroart Administration. .... .hi.1, ...ni i, r. jni- riniiiH", ....... ...... ,.,.v, (nc. . Ist yesterday, closes the Pittsburg gateway to a large extent Congestion k sn maImI: frt it a it l tho t-i 1 u .t rs r iit iL'tuniiA 'uiiiin, w.w-.i n.s, .1 .. . ..nMAA..fA a.... i I a.n. Ainu l.lu.u, mjllLlI uii'V H ll .'lllSI .1.. 1.. nHJ .lttd.l I.nn a linil .-ritll errei 1 l.. l.lillll Ull bLMIIC Ul did 111 IIIC ... r. to.- IIIIHl'V. hlUUB. of the new embargo. It Is .aid. Bus!- ' poubtless Nicholas had much to an-. P.,.r0 J", "", "-rt n 1 the Sweri si fe-, o ness originating cast of Pittsburg and swfr for, h, remarked, but he would f "etI " i.nded The Finnish roons consigned west, and business originating tr Me betrayed the cause of the """'j J., e hi e returned to Pin west. consIgnl to the Peniisy van.a I Allles w alwa5s a loyal frl,d to ' Rh,; , f 'TunlTl irtvee'cMo Z'. ' ' 5 Kngland. 1iVden. remaining there ut.Vl condi- SirifllOllS. -" ..!.. Ir. V, naltl.- i-.nu- b!,i..l..l ..lis. ANOTHER SPANISH SHIP SUNK. Was I'arrilnc nift Wheat Csrio to Knropr. Paris, .March s. A Spanish ship which . received by the State Department to had been chartered by Switzerland and day from Ambtssador Francis aunounc- l was conveying n.i'ini inna oi wncat trom Ametlca to Hurope has been torpedoed and sunk, according to a 'despatch from ' Berne to the le(i( Pnrlsleti, The sink- Inr. Hie Berne advices say, was contrary .to the Fulemu undertaking entered Into ! by Germa.ny 'liie new s ban had a sliont KIEV CAPTURED; : SOVIETS ORDER NEW WAR CALL Councils ni Severn 1 ('eiitr.il lncci,M. Points iwi.ivn i ' ' :..i u w.. i) .jiuii?! oritiiiii; i. run. (U AIM)S AIM; MOLMLJZlNd .Menu Unit! (ieriumis l'ress Un in Effort to Cut. Oft J'etro irrnd Food Supply. I.'jxi'O::, Mateii L With tho occupa tion, announced to-day by lletlln, of the city of Kiev, on the Dnieper, the kn- called capital of tue I.'hralne, olid t'ne ''"Ptuie by Voti I.lrilngen'n troops of I Clonicl, 12U miles Kouthuin of Mohlllev. while fut liter north the luvndcrs nte pulilng steadily on towatd I'etrosrad the first hopeful nens comes from the Interior, the veal heait of P.il'sla, whue ;i "'uvement appaiently Is gathering way ' to repudiate tint rtguiug of a neparate peace with tho Central Powers and to j1,.1" for a 1,0,J' ,var ',,falnst the ,n The Council of Soldiers' and Morli- men's Delegates ut I'enra, some 360 miles southeast of Moscow, has reiiued to approvo the !ermau treaty and has 1 declared for such a holy war. The ' (ounril at Narva, by a vote of 40 to IS called for general mobilization and against a separate peace. To FIkIi (ii Bltlrr Knd. leneral mobilization orders have been ', ' .i F orders alt the Soviet Germany to the b Issued In Kazan province. In these are urged to tight bitter end. Slnillat action has been taken by the councils al Voronezh, In south central ltussla, and In other cities. ill Mosoow the Social Democrat. liolshevlk organ, declared on Thursday: "The Itusslan pioletarlat with al! Its ' mUm any thought of a must rise to the defence of th, re.ohi- t on. To aims ! i:lthp fleuth nr vl.ti.r.- The German statement to-day on the miming louuna ; In Ksthonla and Livonia our opera tions nte taking their course. Gen. von Llnslngen is following up tho enemy, who wa-s defeated near Ilyechltsa. We captured Conn:!. Kiev, capital of Ukraine, has been liberated by Ukrainian and Saxon troop". . MovIiik lo Cat Off Sappllei. Gernran forces re moving on th town of Bologole. on the Moscow-l'ctro- ..arge columns of Getnian t-oops, correspondent says. ate marching towhid Novosokollnlki Enemy forces have oscupled the station of Kliastltsa In thtlr movement In the direction of l'etrograd. According to a semi-official news ager.cy despatch fiom l'etrograd a proo- limuflnn hit hnn f oan( I ! 4 lift Ttitl , f., .-. . .1 , , " .''""', mi- on Februarv- 20 20o persons were tho present situation in liel.u.d has artested and. without any Investigation. 1 become a danger to the empire and .1 were hanged In Lie market place. menace to the euccessttil prosequi on The proclamation says that this action "f a"'1 n" ss-'uiity of life and resulted from Information given by the Property, It !u incumbent on t.ie Gov bourgeolsle. who gathered around the eminent to enfotce the law In that gallows and shouted, "The same fate awaits 300 morel Death for All lleil l.uard. The Germans have announced that all the Holthevil: Ked Guards will be hanged or shot In the capture of Pskov by the Ger mans one of the German battalions suf fered heavy !o?es through nn ejiloslon caused by the retreating Russian, ac cording to a Berlin despatch printed In tha VoJfceIfMH0 of Cologne. The decision of the Austro-IIungarlan Government to send troops Into the Ukraine was explained yesterday In the upper house of the Austrian Tarlla- ; ment by Premier von Seydler as having1 been taken In response to an urgent1 request for assistance Irom tho Kiev has been in Holsnrv n; possession for tome time, the Bolshevik! having ousted the I'kralnlans on February S. The Teutonic adance Into the Ukraine i. - i, a nr ....,ataAPql.l. ..nr.iai... i . ,.,...nt . . ui... iiita iireji tin.' u, i,viiciun(iui iaJiuuy. ' .1 iH. ,.u.. 1. ... iuu ui.rtnii'ii u. m,, utGii ucftuu un February IS, the distance of approxl- . mately 200 miles to Kiev from the former (;ermari front having thus been covered ,i but llttln more than ten days, There Is small evidence of resistance to the German progress, however, although the Boishoyiki talked much of making- a unvi itiiiitiu utut . i iiiw v,tv,itiuu vt, Kiev. NICHOLAS WAS LOYAL. British Anibassailnr llassla lie nlrs an Old Slnry. Lo?pon, March s. -Speaking :.t . dm ',!iiVt sitV "Sill Slir tier given in his honor last George Buchanan, British Ambassador ! "uta:, !!!. 1:r.'"l.L"V- I report that at the time of his abdication ' ' ... I'sjk ot:t;.!Muii i.' luiioi. mv iv iui-s'i can , ;rnperor .icnoia.-. wao reauy to con- ; (.)Ude s separate peace Sir George said I there was not a word of truth In this rtnori. FRANCIS REPORTS HIS SAFETY. 'Believes Germans Soon Wilt Be In ' rrtroixrad. t Washington. March I.- A rttfsrjate.li ' Ing thn safe arrival of himself and staff at Vologda February !S. ald the, Get - man advance on Petrograd and Moscow ..as continuing when he left the canital I February 2. The central btllef In Petrograd at that time wu tht the Germans would GERMANS CONTINUOUS fire: OF YANKEE GUNS (, ; ' Twelve Prisoners Taken, Sy the German Report BERLIN, Match 2. The War Office in its statement to-day of the fighting in which Ameri can troops are participating says: Between tho Mcuse nnd the Moselle infantry, accompanied by piumcctii, penetruted the enemy trenches northeast of Seicheprey. Americans who were manning the trenches suffered heavy ca&uallie and lost twelve prisoners. IRISH SUBDUED BY MILITARY Public Order Is Hestored in ('ounty Clare by Increase t of Armed Forces. 1 '' ()IjS LEAVE ENXIS'C 'Arrest of Rrennan. Sinn Kein Leader, Is Accepted Complacently. pct.j( i able IiKpiit'l- tu Tin lovuriaht. ISIS: ult ri. iri-tJ. Lo.nlo:.'. Match 2. The action of i'ni,,.ni In In,! eaulncr the military ' , , ,..,,.,, ,.,.. ..n , " i"""" special military area umter.oeue.e e r.k,nr.nl. ,.,.. order, and eief. thins is leiHJited yuiet. In Knr.ls the milltaiy patios havo been removed and tepluced by aimed police. Civil law Is still In operation und the population Is resuming Its u-jal occupations, undisturbed by politics. Since Tuesday no person has been al lowed to enter or leave the county with out a military pass. Orders have been Itsued prohibiting ull drilling, wearing of uniforms or holding of meetings or pro cession without special prmiaton prc . ini,.iv nhinineri All orbited matter Is suuiec't to censorship, iirvan Mustin. commancler-in-chier meetlrg but f urd dle's mniM n me'bufld.ng wl'itie 1'had ,,l ,0 i... i.i.nadA.i iti... h.iv.. ui-cu iiv rtswuj. t..... - . ... been a feiv trumiieon charges by the polite In different parts, but no tiling in niinnc "T Maralll, of H.iisb,,: w"l move- ir. the Him.se of Lords on Thursday that country. Major Newman wi'.l ask the I'nnie Minister In the Hoiii-e of Commons whether he has a statement to make con cerning the measures which tho Gov- I. ,n l.U In ..I.l tl.A tft.,1, I Cllitiiriibisnui.uk ... . 1 ' ........ .... executive lu the restoration of law and older in the throe stvi.herli provinces. leispos. Marcli 2 -A. . or.llug to the firi,. v-ild Marshal Fietu h. coiiunaii- iter of th'e hon'ie forces, and his stiff at- rived In Dublin to-dav. " ""'J MUTTON AND LAMB BAN IS OFF. .... .k. n..,.i. Meatless Uass In April in. Word came here from Food Adminis- re- mutton been The poultry and egg division of the t.v-r.a AHuvlnlctratloii aiinouttce.il from washlncton that the prohibition against 1 ,al0 f nve or frrsh.lv killed hen, forc.e between February 11 and April .n ..',,- no. ant, ,., broilers welch- 1 ""vn . i i . ... i m, two pounds or lees ea-h." . . " ?v"k II K7 MEAD J7fAAfCU ' I UWPI nCfI r innijn CAPITAL CAPTURED Bolaheviki Make Number of White Guard Prisoners. Lo.snov. Mnrch 2. A despatch from the official Itusslan news agency say:, tltp.t the town of Tcherkflet. twenty-fl. e miles from Helsingfors, capital of Fin land, has capitulated to the Bolstieviht. - ' ?'', , "llt.lT.'l.'vvM": Red Guard, defeated the White Guards .... (.'..L.tlAlDliin..... l n', """rir,i 3 n ef i. ' m.e ' Guard" ' ar said ' rut' , . rn,lra; Desnatc; Despatches from Stockholm state that an agicement lias been made under which both Russian and rinntsh troops, -in ....i-nit. ll.e Alnnrl lslande le.ivlne I .. . . s ..lt I.. Ice. admit of their returning to Russia. The Islands. It Is added, henceforth sre to be considered outside the area of hostilities. CiiaitTUSfA, Friday, March 1 A nw .wlrele-s station Just erected ut Stavangerl , has suc.-eeded In communicating raall . I w ith American stations approximately ' 3.K00 miles distant during trial. Reiru., lar transatlantic service between Nor vvay and the United States will bo stai tel whenever thet American Government the ..... ... . ...i.i....i , t nun FEAR "You Are All the Time Shooting." Says Captured Boche Officer. AliTILLERY 1)11) NOBLY ' Fired 11,000 Shells in First Hour After the Enemy Haul Herim Paid. OX JOB IX to SECONDS Wounded Men Cheer When General Comes to Say Gns Raid Is Avenged. '!'!' lli'f VfUf. I IllU SU1-. ' i'tlr!g,t. -.9i!' n't tn.irn ' Paris. March 2. After tho fight eirtly. e.terday north of Tout the prlnulpsV I question seems to be. Vho did the ra.'C lug, , the Americans or the Germans? The General commanding on the Arrierl- front came Into the hospital ward ' where the men who were gassed til ! other night are now recovuring 'from ( the effect.-, tie had just come from (riJ trenches, where he had received full lepot ts on the a. tion '1 canto down itere o te,l jou w , Mjua'vd up fo.- that tA atta, lc," lie sJld. stMn.j'.t ir In thj -entre of the aisle. "The by.i were fieat; tiie; w abopcu the tar J'tt of thi Hun.' W liereupon every ''CV ,T, ., . i P Without vainglory can be uuUl tiiat Match 1 was a red letter day for Per? siting's men. whn b is proved by the fail titat the total AtrericHti lo's:s ure small compared with the Germans' known oasV Unities. wk!!e it Is practically certain that they lost tw.i.e as rnsny again as their KnoT-it iM.vj i'.tie-. The dead actu ally count'rt in l.-.o Anieriran trenches and on the bat bed wire numberid nineteen, among them being the -Captain who commanded the tXdeis and a Lieu tenant, arid tlnee iii r.onei., nil wounded, two badly enough to be sent to the hu. pita I lx Veil Dug Oil, Wl tn It is ir member til tt-.at in order to regain their flenches tile Germans had to pass thioiign the rnetican bat rage, which was going full tilt, and also their rsli trig's many of Gej-thos- to turn ved It tuite un 1 f"- " t!. n.bit.ou, G.c- "Uemp, ,u . raid n a Urge scale ' . . v : . . - - .r; .ehln.l t ... tlfo German prisoners the American havo taken in ausllilng llku a gunernl fight. If one may Judge by t.ie attitude of the oie sviio was slightly wounded the Germans wer 11 tail depicted by the result of the in i.l. The, cotieponJer.l was piesent when this man was questioned a lev hours after the raid. "You were loo ready for u," !,e said. "Six m. 11 Jumped on me. so 1 threw up my hands and yelled 'Kamerad.' I never had a chance lo throw u gienadv." To ill Mri-tur .Now I nheallhy. lie seemed to be an Intelligent man of ..-.... , - - ... ' ""i questions rtaauy niiKh, althougn he was a bit groggy (fiom a tllp on tho head one of th nix , Americans gave him. If the Gennans " 'ui iniormation irom the j Americans they have captured they will do well-and thin was supposedly their 1 raid ; Tne prisoner .ud the Toul sector had ' become unhealthy .since t.ie Americans entered tho trenches theie. "You are all the time shootine." he nab! Then. a.s ha was led away, he added wearllf. 1 "I'm glad it's over for me." He woie ine i.erman gray unitoim, piped with red, aim was from a leserve regiment. 1 A w-o entered an automobile to go to i headquarters an ambulance passed slowly. Seeing what it bore, every man etood at salute, it was the body of tlm first American ofHeer killed In action In tills war, the Captain commandlnr the infantry who attacked and was ahot by German who had Just shouted, "Come "'i .vu American soldiers," An Instant i... i. .. - i,. ,1 i i... . i-... i.ici iiv nr. riivi ut nii 11 uu .iiicril-ail Lieulenatil. Not a e.oli Ivnot'ked tint. An artillery Captain, terribly wounded, bu' standing at his post, which was e. posed to the enemy's shli, calmly di recting the fire of his guns, is typlei?. of our aitlllery men, who tired Hteadily for hours without flinching from the heavy i enemy shelling. One gun Is marked with a groovu the whole length or tho barrel where a German shell struck and others were nicked, but not a single one was knocked out. , It is a splendid tight teat the Ameri can gunners made. Tney lonimencsr! the!r barrage within for'.v seconds after the beginning of the German ttr. witn; out waiting for the signal, and at1.! o' iod. In the morning they were s'.iil I tiring upon the German trenches H i Id.Iiii,iIa.I thai tl.A. fl..i1 C llilft .1...I1. In ', '" . ,'.. .-v ..s... ,,. l"c ,lr lluu'- a Ilald Was l.speeterl, T. e laid had been expected for so.nt days and every night tho American troops had been warned to be on th lookout. The Germans chose the exact spot which It was thought they woulct select the siit.p place thst they had gassed, probably In connection with this raid. At this point the trench are only a hundred yards ap.-t, In a tangled wood whero a yunprise tvsi eay. Of th 240 men that tit German used lsn of them wero Infantry, parti ; ilU 'ft liifilrli M' IVI V.' r, r r J ' 1 1TU T'l i who laid heavy charges beneath Hi barbed wire, blowing gaps In It, In.. mediately afterwaid a box barrage svs laid down, the explosions occurring at 3 .S3 oVlock vesterdav mornlnr. - Some nf t.i raiders circled arout 1 through a nanow javlne and tiled f I attack the Ametlcan In tiie rear, b'f. '.eife-i.l n.v pniiti..-i .''Hie in uernt. 'occupy tht city in a lew asjs. cranu pernnlision, i they round the soldiers regity And wtai- x l" J "