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CAnF~inL bMnueMsat Nes sesee UInlmatIu ot the Japanese bone and from the soaps of the four USper Paifie treaty befre its rati Deesa by the Senate was declared Republican leaders to be Smat r Jn of Washington said be theught the growing oppstion to the application of the solar Gomaloans" in Article I te Jw proper could easily be met by the adoption of a reservation that the term was not to be so construed. Jones explained that he is still favorably disposed toward the treaty and that he would support such a reservation If the Senate were called upon to pesupon it. It was nderstood that senator Poindeter of Washington, who de clared for the treaty before he re turned to his home at Spokane re. cently, had commupcated with some of his Senatorial colleagues to the effect that he did not construe the treaty as binding the United States to help preserve the territorial and poltial integrity of Japanese "do minions" or "pnAssesIons" In the Pacifi. blican leaders predicted that Poin ter would vote for ratifica ties, as he announced his Intention of doing before a difference of opin ion arose between the White House and the State Department as to the meaning of Article L Other Rtepublican Senators from Pacifio Coast and other Western States are known, however, to share the view that Article II involves the United States more deeply with Ja, aun than Article 1, and they will support reservations which will state specifically what the relations of the United States with Japan are to be under th., terms or the treaty. It was also learned that Repuhli -an leaders have been advised thaI Japan, while opposed to the inclu. son of the Japanese homeland In Article I, has suggested that the &tate Department arrange for its ex clusion, as its Inclusion was orig. !nally agreed upon by Secretary Hughes and Arthur J. Balfour. head tf the British delegation to the arm ament conference, after being ob jected to by Japan In the first place. EARTHQUAKES WILL BE FORECAST, SAYS COLLEGE OAKLAND. Cal., Dec. 30.-The University of California announced today that earthquakes may he pre dicted with the same preision as weather forecasts. as a result of the discovery by A. C. Lawson, profes sor of geology, that earth move meets are the antecedent as weU as the consequence of earthquakqs. According to the anouno t dbl'v lon "of the .arth wakes' "croep" will enable scientists to de. termine with accuracy the forthcom ing earthquakes and warnings may be sent to the residents of districts to be affected. Further investigation, are to be ermed en by W. W. Campbell, di. rector of Lick Observatory: R. H. Tucker, astronomer, and Professor Lawson. EXPLORERS START WORLD TOUR IN LITTLE SCHOONER LOS ANGELES. Dec. 30.-Stev Daniels and George A. Johnson, mariners and explorers, have started from Los Angeles harbor In a little schooner on the first leg of a trip around the world. The voyage is ex pected to last two years. The little schooner has an adequate spread of sail for ordinary voyaging but Is equipped with a gasoline engine for use in calms and in entering and leaving ports. The vessel Is called Los Amigos. JRGH &BF :e Spring idnight and 1 Twill Values 95 - s are represented. esses treated in of surplice of very few alike r, short or elbow roidery, beaded ar, loose panels, . -and other novel m 18 up to 44. a see these new h C Bro-e. *woo" THE -0 NEW HANGINGS ARE REVELELD BYSEN.WATSON Iowa Man Avers Two Vets Were Executed at St. Nazaire. Army Has No Record. iy Latersa'emal News servee. Two American soldiers were hanged at St. Nasaire while their comrades were compelled to stand at attention, according to a telegram received today by Senator "Tom" Watson (Dem.) of Genrgia. in con nection with his charges that "Yanks" were illegally killed in France. The telegram was from L. C. Mason, of Davenport. Iowa. "I have examined the record of Pleven hangings furnished by Cot. Walter A. Bethel. formerly of Pereh ir r staff, and I find no record of any hangings at St. Nazaire." 'said Senator Watson. today. Mason's telegram reads: "Answering your wire. I was in Camp St. Nasaire. Prance. The two colored soldiers that were hung were eecuted in the morning. We were made t- stand at attention while they were being hung. regardless of color. I don't think they had a fair trial if they had any trial at all. I OTHER Frocks WWERUL KATRI 14$ A ##W0( e5 1, Cum~r! weN en~ would have to see you personally rega rn th cane. os a witness. Watson also received a letter today tending to support charges made by Henry L. Scott, of Kenmoret Ohio, and others, that " or Opie, ' Iden tified as Lieut. Col. Henry L. Opie, of Staunton, Va., shot a sergeant and a runner. The telegram is from Levi P. Bell, of Purcellville, Va.. former private of Company I, 111th infantry. Twen ty-ninth division. Bell, who is a traveling man, wrote., "In reference to enelosed clipping. will may that Mr. Henry L. Scott has absolutely told the truth about -Major Opie.' I, with several others, saw the same thing he did, but were not in position to say anything, for we woul-d have gotten the came thing he did. "I will send you a few notes of some happenings I witnessed when I return from my next trip." Senator Watson also announced to day that he would ask a thorough in vestigation made in a telegram he received yesterday charging that three men were murdered at Camp Merritt, N. J., "by Sergeant Stanley, Sergeant Mahan, and Sergeant Smith." The charge was made in a tele gram from Bruce Bennear, of Elk Garde:.. W. Va.. whom Watson has asked to have summoned as a wit neon. NEW JDGE IN SBINIUTIES F. G. Duvall Will Go on Bench Be Fixed. hous heayso te benc h ersona wll succedng Ptheo caste. So. h ter of witne pr tmnitB Whaft sson ofi J oust Da' tendt ing be hedor cnhres mad boic HourL roott whc hasbnrem ho eed, onthe tecon fMaoor Ots, polic hiedquartLers. Juot.icenDry L.will ofeaurmnaln a.,s firot an seen aourt The tecomncuca itsro Lst .sel. baof aeldierme did. fome taen at-inothe di suion and wois ao mtraain man tenar: 0 h n reuerce wlgonto ffsed ithng ill saay nthat Mrderine.Sot haste aotel toldin offhe: .t aot Milaor Cpesient se.era Lombers, nort ie prsiont say Ranyalingtfn, thing hie pide. ;N .ndr Jretrurnrm my ne.t Waracptu. e Thenaor ton were aneoudedito vestton E.afed iallram o. reeie yestcer a hrig ta -The menumbeanPuryered at Camp ritt. N.v a. 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