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:: :: :: :: :: :: n THE WEATHER REPORT FOR OAST Oklahomi : Wednes. OS) f.ur. rum tnd COldtl at Blgfati or I IjumIhv . Tl 18 A. .'an 4 The Istttperttorsl Uftkiinan 66, minimum 30. jrojRs rv'irvcj L FULL LEA8ED WIRE ISMKTATKD PRESS Itl l the Wont Ads. Want to mi Minn a riat bargain in a food driving horttl if rpai tlx elMtlfi pAfC iv'lay, you will find 00 tulvoi Us d. Vol.. XI. NO. 97 THE TULSA DAILY WOULD. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1 ! 1 (i Next Note Will Be FirmjBIG OFFENSIVE and Will Uphold Dignity By RySS flPiMy vx iuuvu, uujw HT CZERfJOWITZ Quibbling, and Repetitions of Acts by Central Powers Will Not Be Tolerated Lansing WASHINGTON, Jan. 4. The return to Washington of Pres ident Wilson for the purpose of considering the crisis brought about" by the sinking in the Mediterranean of the P. ard 0. liner Persia brought about no lessening of the tension felt in official circles regarding the probable effect the sinking of the Persia may have on the negotiations between the United States and foreign powers with regard to their prosecution of submarine war ware on the shipping of belligerent enemy powers. The only developments today were the marked indications of the president's intention to proceed carefully and deliberately be fore committing the United States to the next step in its already Strained relations with the central powers. Obtain Full Facts. PppBiHnnl Wilson's first act on his return was to issin nt through Secretary Tumulty promising the country action soon as the full facts in the Persia disaster can be learned. "The presidenl and the secretary of state are taking every ana Dossible to obtain the full facts in this grave matter and will act just as soon as the informal ion is obtained, said statement. Tin' oreslJent's second step TEXAN ARRESTED ON ARSON CHARGE In Russia and Nicholas' Troops ist Galicia ire messing. AUSTROS INFLICT HEAVY LIFE LOSS Cz ir's Troops ( 'apture Line of Trenches; Other Fronts Quiet. i 1 1 Is till ! I 1 1. i ii ; 'Mi hllE 'l00g ihj,.,,, Sptfial 10 Tin- World. OKLAHOMA C1TV, Jan. I Mrs. Rattle llolcnmb. sentenced in. I for an a p. mi nie iii the penitentiary, lin hui been out uti pa pole Ihe past sixty davs. will 'i;r nilcUtloi ;ii thirty dnj a, oy th timi nt the oi Iminai courl of prow ti day, H In for ihc sake t the lit t it- bab) whom Mis. Hol- comb gave birth al t six weeks I ago, The woman was granted a parol n nd em to i he home of I her patents In Stephens eouuiy, I w in rc i he babj was hot n. she I has lie, ii there since, and her t parol j was to expire January u. I The woman has noi i eci t ei i i rapldtv, it is Bald, .ma ilso the I condition oi the child might tie i endangered If separated from Its mother. These facts were placed I before Governor Williams and he fell thole should ie some nd- ditional time in in hi iii the child, i ut dealt ed to Icae II lo the high court to decide, Pre-i-hling Justice Doyle of Ihe rim 1 n.i I courl nt' appeals t.odaj dt rected Ihi order made (ranting the iddltlonal time. ' JUSTIFIES ACT j BY POINTING TO I ENEMY CRIMES T V. N PAGES in i . ii;i i i i ; M n iton r. w n N'oisti Bpttlal t The World OI riiliii:. ik Is . dead hui ii in dm k, nt I ut h he h s a metal tn. the legend Berlin Zoo," bus I been received here to be mounted ii i oi nl taxldet ml il The I harlequin duck was killed neai lleavener, Ukla., mnl purchased by a banket al Heuvener, and si nt hei e. It Is believed I hal I ho duck was driven out ol Europe I h the noise attending the Kuro- I I. A one leg hearing PR CE P I V E c E N TH OSAGE INDIANS TO CARRY FIGHT UPTOCONGRESS I k an w a r. I lenuany's Protests t" I an Treattnenl I'ut Up to s n. i Utt Mil statu- llst the official was 1" gather Persia dli ei i Set rotary Lansing to mnra Information from the survivors. The secretary ordered the consuls at Alexandria Malta and Cairo i" obtain affidavits and to cable summaries ol their contents at once. Until thai Information Is obtained nr until Ambassador Penfleld reports mimic result frmn his Inquiry to the Austrian government the situation will be at a standstill. The latest de velopments "f the crisis tor the first time brought the president into con tort nee wun tne neaun . u gresslonal committees which dealt with fureitsn relations and disclosed thai they are to be Informed of tbo i i nmiiiK steps. i prove nt UN Counsel. Approbation of ibis course was est pretaed by senators and represents lives who all along have hem watting to he taken into the presidents con-1 fldem without the formality ol reso lutlons. It us indicated as possible .i..., i...r..f iiiv in sue sir ' ...... IoIim the mesident might stalled Fires and Then Collected In surance, Is ( Inline, Say Officials. addn bs , I.os ANGELES, Jan. ' George Frank Parsons, 17 years old, under indictment at Lufkln, Texas, on a charge of arson in connection with the destruction of the railroad sta tion there, al which be was employed as agent, was brought to Jail today from Palmdal was arrested, According to E. J. Mantooth, nn attorney of Lufkln, Texas, who aided sheriffs officials in finding Parsofts, the burning of the railroad station on March 2, rht to Jail bore (. Cal.i where he i . . i , 1 1 ' . i: o.i' " , Rsrn u i n. ,sums the facts ana sieps m i trovers) . An iniiicauoii oi . Oamnnm i mill hv the sheriff s of l, itroeeell C&UUUUBU t " " noils no' oi ..... . fleers to ll;ive iiurel'll to return lo the Texas without exit adit ion. committee , According i i information hero a have been body was found In the ruins of the burned railroad station where Par sons was employed as ticket ageni and this was identified as the re mains of a human being, though later It was discovered that it was t.o ihtcimoii in ,- .. the carcass of a lower animal. 1!"- ild promptly if the facts war ie president "and all his ad- i intt nt ion lo proceea ........ n I II e 1 I 111 111' ........ ,.r inmnrrnw'i meeting of ..nntfl foreign relations whara the situation W discussed, lie sure, Then e Uiead. Back of the determination to delib erate, however, officials say there is ot actini; an nn- firmly and ..r,, I, 1 le 1.1 vtsers are represented as realising to its full extent HUH Hie siioumn. controversy, drawn over nearly a year with perplexing and critical negotia tions often brought to the breaking point now is at the most critical . , h ever has assumed and their intention is that the next step shall place the government In a position wlu ie i' will he able to maintain the principles f International law and hu mantty. Tiny are represented as ln teiiditii; that all the facts shall be so fullv den loped that when a move is made it "ill withstand whatever (.Mutualities arc expected to follow. Effect All Central Powers. The possibility that any action taken will affect the relations of the L'nlted States, not only with Austria hut With all the central powers as al In s, Is not beltiK left out of consid eration. , . . In the background of the whole CaSS H Was pointed out tonight lies the continued destruction of ships With loss of life lifter both Germany and Austria bavu given the l'nlted States assurances that passenger ships would not be attacked without Warn ing or opportunity for their noticom l atants lo find places of safety. This 1. mailer phase of the situation rather than the one case of the I'etsia may become the ground for the next move. 1013. was port of a plan defraud Insurance companies of amounting to about fifty thou sand dollars on policies on I 'arsons . . . i ii.. f the ailmitiistia- :autlousiy , post pone. fore this discovery was made. It alleged about nine thousand dollars had been paid to Mrs. Lena Par sons, the railroad agent's stepmother. RECALL ELECTION AT ATLANTA TODAY OFFICIALS MADE PRISONERS. Allic- Will Take Consuls lo Marseilles and Then to Swi-s I rontlcr. PARIS) Jan. 4. The ministry of the interior announces that the con Mi's of the Teutonic allies arrested at Saloniki will be brought to Mar si illes and from there conducted to the Swiss frontier. The ministry fur ther announces that in reprisal for the charge d'affaires at Sofia and the seizure Of the archives of the lega tion the government today caused the arrest of the Bulgarian official in ch irge of the archives at the llul garlun legation In Pans. As this of ficial Is III, however, he was allowed to remain In his room, but under guard of a sentry. Would Prevent War. WASHINGTON, Jan. 4. Commer cial organizations throughout the country composing the Chamber of Commerce of the united States have voted overwhelmingly at a referen uttm just completed In favor of Inter national agreements designed to pre vent war, while a large majority fa vored an agreement to bring economic ATLANTA. Jan. 4. - Atlanta Voters tomorrow Will ballot at a special elec tion on the question of whether Mayor James !!. Woodward and five members Of t lie hoard of police com missioners shall be recalled. More than twelve thousand voters have reg istered and both sides today claimed victory by a substantial majority, The campaign for the recall of Mayor Woodward and his five asso i iutes was started as a result of the action of the police board In reduc ing Chief of Police James L Heav ers to a captaincy. Beavers was of ficially charged with Insubordination, in that, the police commissioners said, he was following the orders of some so-called reformers instead of the In structions issued by the hoard of po lice commissioners.' lie refused to accept the reduction and resigned. Ills friends asserted be bad not been fairly trented. RESUME MINING IN MEXICO. on,- company Operates own Trains to supply lis Equipment, WASHINGTON, Jan. (.Resump tion of mining activities, n Mexico on a broad scale was Indicated In dis patches today to the state depart ment. The American Smelting He Re fining Co. of Mexico has purchased ten engines atel Ur railroad cars with necessary equipment to provide its own trains and Is preparing to operate its plants as near to their full capacity as conditions permit. Deportment officials believe this will serve to facilitate the resumption of mining activities generally, thus as sisting materially in the restorutiot of normal conditions. Berlin Stops Counter Rushes. HKRI.IN, via London. Jan. 4. The inventory sales which at this season of the year usually crowd the streets of the shopping district with bargain hunters have been prematurely ended this year by an order of the military authorities forbidding all kinds of special sales during January. The prohibition also affects adver tisements of reduced prices on woven EVERVW HERE In the Strip i and Volhynlan districts of Russia and In east Galicia the Russians are on the offensive, the official com munications from both Petrograd and Vienna reveal. Csernowlts, cap ital of Bukowlna, is now the position aound which the most Important fighting Is in progress. The Russian war office reports that thi Russians have occupied a line of tl enches northwest of Csernowlts and have re pulsed strong counter-attacks. A Reuter dispatch from Petrograd gives a reporl of the evacuation of Cser nowlts and the capture by the Rus sians ot B large number of prisoners Including Germans. There has been a strong advance by the Russians on this front, al though Vienna says the Russian ut- tacks have been unsuccessful and that their losses have been appalling, In one sector, ?ix miles In width. 2. .100 Russian dead having been co u nted, oilier Fronts Unchanged, On none of the other fronts has any change of Importance taken pl.ice. The Austrlana have captured an Italian trench near Tolmlno and tho Montenegrins have recaptured Boglevac from the Austrlans, inflict ing on them severe losses. Unofficial advices from Athens re port thirty thousand Bulgarians as haiing reached the region of Tirana. northwest of RHbassan In Albania, and that Albanian Irregulars com manded by Bulgarian officers have exchanged shots with the Italian out posts near DuraSSO on the Adriatic. It is asserted that there are one hun dred thousand Serbs now In Albania who will soon be ready to re-enter the fray. Out of S, Oil, 441 men of military age in England, Scotland and Wales 2,829,303 were attested, enlisted or rejected under the Earl of Derby's recruiting scheme, leaving 3,182,178 men who did not come forward and offer their seri ic. s, i if the men who did come forward, 118,863 were re jected by the recruiting offlct rs. Would Arbitrate. Sir Edward Grey, the British sec retary for foreign affairs In answer ing the complaint of Germany re spectlng the destruction lasl August Of a German submarine and the kill ing of the crew by the Btltlsh auxil iary cruiser Baraiong, offers to sub mit this and similar cases to officers of the United States navy or any Im parttal tribunal While President Wilson lias re turned to Washington and l iken per sonal charge of the situation created by the sinking of the steamer Persia, the situation for the present Is at a .standstill .! no action will be taken until the full facts, as far as they can be orden'd. are In the hands of the government. Evacuate Czcrnowitx. LONDON, Jan. 4. (9 p, m.) A I'.euter dispatch from Petrograd says the Teutonic forces are rt ported i Lave evacuated Csernowlts i iiiiku wina). It adds that a lar-'O number Of prisoners have been taken, lnclu I- ing man) Germans Not Confirmed. LONDON, Jan. 5. (2:15 a. m.) The Russian official communication iocs not confirm the evacuation ol CsernOWitS but says "northwest . I Csernowlts we have occupied a line of trenohej and repulsed strong enemy counter-attai ks." START PRICE Ml RDER Tit I L. I ill the Jury BOX Today; Charged With Killing Wife. MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 4. Frederick T. Price, prominent business man, was placed on trial today in the dis trict courl for the murder of his wife, Mary Frldley Price, member of a wealthy Minnesota family. It was believed that the Jury box would be filled before adjournment tomorrow. Charles D. Ktchlson Is chief witness for the state. lie Is Jointly indicted with Price charged with mnrdtr. In a statement made after his arrest ho is said to have charged I'rlce with throwing Mrs. Price from a cliff and striking her on the head with a rock. Desire to Inherit Mrs. Price's money Is given by the state as the motive for the alleged crime. WOOLLEY STANDI: G PAT ON HIS RIGHTS J BRITISH MULETEERS BUTCHERED CREW? nglisli ship W'.-is I Msguised ;i American Vessel ; i I a IN A I '.t il I .Ian 4, ( 6 ii statement in issl. d today I1MII HONS IN 1 1 I I I III ITER, I. ami Vbandoiicil inning Revolution lleing Reotviiplcd Now. u ASHINGTON, Jan i Hear Ad miral Caperton, commanding the American forces m Haiti, notified the navy department today that condi tions thiol ghoul the island republll were much Improved, in the north ern portion he said, the outlooll WSJ i l etter than in man) years, cultivation I of lands being resumed and much of .ihe countrj abandoned during the revolutionary disturbances being re- , occupied. HUNT'S GRANDSTAND PLAY IS TOO LATE Endian Depart nt Officials May I le Asked for an Explanation. PAGE IS SEEKING BIG GAS RIGHTS Sells' Game of "Bossing' Will Be Brought to an Abrupt End, Sll I Declares II.' Will Retain Of lice in Spite of A pointment. DEPUTIES WITH HIM f Moving Bed to Sherii Office Is Necessary, Lei h Be so. 7 'I.I.' i INC the swearing In or i -T .liin Patton as sheriff by the county commissioners yesterday, to take the place of Janus Wolley, sus- ! pended upon recommendation ot the grand Jury, Wool ley last night de clared he would not give up his of fice and would sleep in the doorway on ii cot if necessary, The appointment of Patton, as pre dicted In Tuesday's issue of The World, followed a "star chain le i ' session of the commissioners in which they were waited on by a committee said to have been present for the pur pose of championing the cause of their favorites for the Office, When the meeting adjourned a list of five names wi re in the hands of the com missioners and Patton was chosen yesterday morning, The commissioners received Pat ton's bond for $10,000 yesterday, and he was pr mildly sworn in as the only (Continued on page Five.) m:vr PNM N VI. TOl.l.s. Ifainincrstc iii a llankriipt. NKVV YORK, Jan. 4. An involun tary uetltlon In bankruptcy was filed today In the federal district court I "Sir 13d word Qrey (secretary for I foreign affairs) has answered the complain! bj t he 1 It i mans through 'the American embassies regarding the destructl ft the coasl ol Ire land of a German submarines and crew by the British auxiliary Bara iong, U referring to various Herman outrages, sir Edward Grej otters to . submit such Incidents, including the , Baraiong case, to an imperial tribunal composed, says, of officers oi tne United States navy." i p to House of i ommons, The foreign office has presented to the house oi commons the full cor rcspondence between Ambassador I'age and S'r Edward Grey concern ing the case, a memorandum from Qetmany concerning the sinking of the submarine includes affidavits from sis Americans J. M. Garni of Kiln, .Miss.; Charles 0, High tower of Crystal 'itv, Texas; Hud Emerson Pnlen of Detroit. Mich : Edward j Clark ol I" trolt, Mlch.i R. il Sosby of Crystal City, Texas, and James J. I Curren of Chicago. Thi above were all muleteers aboard the steamer I Nlcoslan and witnessed the Bara- j long's destruction of the submarine, A further affidavit from Barimore I Holland of Chattanooga. Teiin., who was a member of the crew of the ' Baraiong, was submitted. All the af fidavits sneak of the Baraiong as dis guised ami flying the American flag. The British patrol boat Baraiong, according to several mulct,., rs on the British steamer NlCOSian, which ar rived in New Orleans early Iii OC tober, sank a German submarine August 1! off Lundy. The muleteers said that marines from the Baraiong liilb il the captain ami ten men of the crew of the submarine alter the underwater boat had been sunk, six of tl. in while they were struggling in tho water, Orders Issued Long Ago to Arrest Gamblers and I 'i m it loggers. Jan 4 - That a on the renewal oil ami aaa lease ENFORCE THE LAW ( omnnssioner Qniii is Soon ns Awar Acted Law Y;i Being Violated. i 'ont re--loan Says Tricks Haw I teen Resorted to by British. WASHINGTON, Jan I. Tricks, which he said were resorted to by rorelgn ship owners to cul down theli Panama canal toils, were revealed to oay by Representative Aamson ol deorgia, chairman of the house inter state commerce commission, in intro ducing i lull to authorise a nw sys tem wot ked out by the war depart) men! for measuring vessels passing through the canal, in some instances, Mr. Adnmson said, the L'nlted States had been leeching under the present system only about one-third if the tolls to which it was entitled' One ol the most effective schemes lor belt ing the system, he said. Involved th-j use of unhinged doors on deck com partments to lake advantage of the provision that no charge shall bo made for open space on deck. Gceiong in Collision. LONDON, Jan. 1 The Peninsular & Oriental Steamship Co. issued a statement today that the steamer Geelong was sunk in a collision with the steamer Bonvilston. Sinking of the O.eelong was re ported last night without mention being made of the cause of her loss. No lives were lost when she went down. (iltKKK ri I sti vici l Nearl) Broke, (recce Mm llb - lor a Loan PARIS. Jan. I. The l'i decla i t s t hat a note vv hi manos, Greek minister t handed to Premier Brland against I be art est Of t be other consuls at Saloniki, latlon of Greece's neutrs couched ill much sharper tin- Greek complaints to Vienna n yarding t he Te il rani on Salontkl, Tin- new spa " r adds t hal treasury is getting empty government Is thinking of the entente allies for a I however, Is unlikely to in TENOR, I I I to COMMISSIONER Hunl yesterday issoe,! orders to members of the Tuba poiue department to prevent the sale ol liquor in any of the aliened "boot lei ing establishments" of Tulsa Similar i rders bad been issued by Police Co nmlssioner Thomas J. Quinn several days before and were being curried out, It is clal I. It WOUld up- I cur. then lore, timi .r. Hunt is tak ing advantage of the temporary ab seni ' the mayor to "put over' on. et bin,; in an effort to show where in extreme efforts had heretofore not been made by members of the police department to enforce the la.v which prohibits the sale of liquor Almost simultaneously with ad journment ot the special gland Jin . Commissioner Quinn ordered all members ol the police lepartment K' (Continued on Page Five.) DEFENSE PROGRAM IN CONGRESS TODAY to Th. WorH. T - mi fOTON. "show-down" of the roster blanket in the usage nation is inevitable Is Indicated by the fact thai joint reso lution has been prepared by Senator "liver of Pennsylvania, to he intro. duced Wednesday, requesting .secre tary of ihe Inlei lor Lane to make no disposition Of such nuarrar u....ti.... units of Osage lands, as nave been uevotopeo ny t.artisilall ml company and tuny producing oil, until further action by congress thereon, and that said lands aii.r expiration of iho term Of the existing base may cm tlnue to he operated by BUCh sub. lessee, the money arising from nil produced therefrom, after the psy. men) of expenses and royalties to ha held on federal depositors to be deslg nated by the set n tar ot the Interior, pending further actjon by congress, sen, seni for Them. The Oliver resolution is but the opening gun In s tight for the osago J 11 lahds ami before the controv srsy Is settled it Is expected fur will fly, it is denied thai the ( isage council, "inch arrived here today, came of their own accord; Instead, il is said, ih.y Were sent for by Indian Com. mission.., Sells, The usages arc In a sullen mood and propose to take a hand in disposing of their oil lands in theli own way without further de part ntal interference It is even rumored Hun will resnlnd the action taken by them ,,st June under duress when resolutions were passed stating upon what terms the hlK lease would " renewed after March 16 next. Tim Indians are n a different humor now than last summer, when, herded liko sheep by departmental officials thev were permitted to counsel with no one but government officials They are Spre because they are here ami trouble Is brewing. There is a grow ing feeling among them thai resolu tions adopted In Jim,. ut Parlsien Ii M. Ilo- 'i France, protesting lerman and as a "vlo lit.v." was terms than II' i tin and inlc aerial the Greek and the ppl) ing to an, which, granted." Vnnual Navy Appropriation mil to lie Discussed; Consider Oo eritnicni Yards and Docks, Cnn'l I iiul the subs. PARIS, Jan. t. A HaVaS dispatch under Sunday's dale from Saloniki savs: The British feri d a reward Information of man submarines authorities have of of 60,000 francs for the presence of Ger- in i tie Aegean si a Five Per Cenl Wage Vdvanoe, WATERVILLE, Maine, Jan. I. A wage Increase approximating r, per ent will go into effect in the Lock wood cotton mills here on January 17, according to notices posted today. More than a thousand employes are affected. Pittsburg County Attorney Kept Booze As "Chill Tonic" for Himself and His Friends, Witnesses Declare at Trial Spfil tj The World. M'ALBSTBR, Jan, I. Il may be wrong for a county oftleer to drink whisky Just for the pleas ure of drinking or with the In tention of getting drunk, but when he keeps it in his office as a chill tonic or neuralgia medi cine and passes It around among his friends who are similarly af fected It couldn't possibly be used as a cause for removal from of fice. At least that was the Idea of John llerron, a Canadian farmer and recently petit Juror In the district court, who was one of twenty witnesses called by the Chills one w hole week while serv ing as a juror last October and that three or four times that week he went to i 'tows s office and drank "chill tonic". Four other witnesses told of drinking with Crow In the county attorney's office. A dozen had mailed whisky on Crow's breath and most of them believed he was under the influence of liquor, Two of these were court offi cials who said Crow WSJ drinking while prosecuting liquor cases. It was afternoon before a Jury was secured and only tho allega tions of lntemacrance were touched on In the first day's Coll ills. Till- ern WASHINGTON, Jan 4 Hearings on the administration's national de fense program will begin tomorrow ! when the house naval committee hakes up the annual naval appropria tion bill The timi subject for Con sideration will be requirements of government yards and docks, con cerning which Rear Admiral Stan ford, chief of the bureau of yards and docks, will be examined .Mem bers of the committee think it will in. several weeks before the structlon program is reached, Tim senate naval committee will meet to consider Senator mail's bill for erection of a ment armor plate plant In the senate Chairman Hitch cock of the Philippines committee will move that t he bill to . nlarge Philippine self-government be made the unfinished business. No opposi tion to the motion Is anticipated but ((bate on the measure itself is x tuicted to occupy the senate for sev 1 ral weeks. While this matter is before the enate the house will have for dis lUSSlon the farm loan bank lull re icrted today. Representative Alexander, chair man of the merchant marine com mittee, returned today from Missouri and resumed work on the govern ment ship purchase bill. He plans lo confer on this subject with Secre tary McAdoo and President Wilson later tins week. ind that Ing thorn therefore them. they wen by unfair they ar lorced into sign methods and that, not bound by III KRTA In iii l IHM.I Ii Delicate Operation Makes Life of Gen. era! Certain ror a While, it Least, KL I'ASt , Jan. 4 i lenei il Vi, tor lano Huorta was declared out of dan ger lata today by his physicians, fol lowing a tapping operation to rellevi him of fluid in the intestinal trai i due to jaundice. The operation today w as performed about noon and was performed with out anaesthetic becaufe if General Huerta'S weakness. The diagnosis upon which the op erations have been performed have not been revealed by Pr. S. buster, lliiertii'M physician, although an opin Ion by a consulting physician teptv- May Improvise, There are even hints that a com. promise may be reached between "-ages and T. N. lia rnsdi 1 1 who owns a bulk of the Poster blanket lease OS sublessee, whereby he will again bo given lease on ins developed and undeveloped acreage, and that both sides will lolll (a. .....1 their fight 10 congress if turned down. dj ui partment, Insofar as renewal of the hasa in id by T. x. Barnsdall is concerned (Continued on Page Seven.) Kaiser Can 't Talk; Cancer in His Throat . I'A R IS Jan I (5:2 i a. ,.) Tho Matin affirms, notwithstanding de nials, that the German emperor la s"f lering fit m cam er ol the throat and is no longer able to speak. "In February, 19U," according t the Matin, -the doctors were consid ering whether it was neccssarv to re move the entire larynx in order to staj the i rogress of the disease. They ; used tin question as to whether the emperor would be able to speak if such an operation ware performed. The leading specialists . ( . very capt lol In Bu'Ope were consulte 1. It vvaa learned that an eminent iturgeon of Paris had. with an artificial larynx end a breathing tube opening into tho trachea, restored the power of speech; to cancerous patients who bad under. one t ital abolition of the affected rgans. "This dot tor, Whose name tha Matin withholds for reasons of pro lesslonal etiquette, was asked to go to Berlin by the German embassador. He was offered one hundred thousand! francs and ail ins expenses, and was lequestod to bring with nlnt a pane::; who had been fitted with the ap i mtus, so that the emperor himse'f might si. If he was able to speak. "Meanwhile as a result of a minor operation, the emperor's condition lii' 1 roved a.- Is often tho case In this disease, the progress uf which Is Im placable but slow. It Is another oper ktion of tins kind which has lust been performed. Hut It Is only palliative.