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U.S. WITHDRAWAL See No Hope For American GOES TOMORROW I , „ . 4 ... , n , PARC**, March i United Press.) Withdrawal of American tlve. in nil the commission oet up the forecast here Ratification of Peace T reaty ADRIATIC NOTE f unfertile« was , et . 'I,(-patches from the United Slam« ilmlttlng that hope for ratification of of peace n» U now stands a!lv has died, led the French to <h h I complete American with d-swal from the peace making and «■/or -mev may be Imminent. ' WASHINGTON March 3. (United Presd.nt Wilson's reply to STlMt notTof toe British end French PrenHen on tor Adrlatle question is peoted No be put on the ceUee lomor S peace too •hi V t>r ex J ? The note wts completed lab Mond« y by 0,6 , acV ! toe State D«p*rlmont. Since tag Secretary Polk he» been P uttlnf It In customary diplomatie form. TV meet imporUnt of thf President's replyjs expected to bn til* answer to toe Premiers invitation to loln Ihem In a propoeal to I.nlj and u,go Fin-la to work out in Adriatic settlement between themselves on the basis of withdrawal of all (previous pro posais of the Allies and toe United The President will reply that any art- ; Justment arrived at between Italy and juco Slavla without coercion and to the satisfaction of both countries will be acceptable to him but that he will not abandon the general principles of the December 9 proposal as representing the maximum concessions that he believes ihat Italy can rightfully have. It was predicted here. NEW BIBLE CLASS AT "Y." A new Bible class will be opened on Tuesday at the Y. M. C. A., under the charge of Clarence M. Keen, religious j work secrelarv. The New Tcatamentl course, taught by the Rev. C. L. Candec, | lias been completed. Lawrence A. Davis, educational director. Is. conducting too fnl(J-<kiy business men's gymnasium g-se*. and John Pierson Is leading ths ul gut classes, since the resignation of Dawson F Dean, the physical director.L i DH SMILEY TO SPEAK , Dr. U. Franklin Smiley, pastor of West PresbyterianOhurob, will bo the er at toe Y. W. Ce A. meeting 12.30 to »•M 9 -,-iock tomorrow No 80J Market m. -niitm i win h« -rô,« ^ l . ins biiojeci wm do me S«-| I a Righteous Life." of \ U III All I L l\ll IHNfK. odpe. No. 9, II. U„ I. O. O. F., 1 a vuudevi ami dais'e tonight | New Century Club. The program I art at S.lk» o'( ' k 1 j HftxSjÇAvoccSr , gSgSe -• PHI ■■ » HP Excellent Locations Artistic Workmanship A* ; 1 m r •» All ih? £ood old-fashioned Bread Virtues a in /a i-i i « c i Ti ' im l 1 j ' ' •}. ,■ I f&W' i i wr * ii I n/; im i m 'M /I ■ tj r ■ i A ■I j m* 4 <u m ■r / J i \ > \T\ V ^ \ ' * ■ The New Home loaf with the old Home flav or w Ask your Grower -y > * - . V *• # v ■ }.. Æ " s«. ^ teJtùféÊà I t* v ' •< yy < .Æ s Jt? 6? «V I ■ e •> ( rtCi jff M W fl M hi % M ii waS h - .. W« ■*' 9 m m f, ; ■mimy* m ,fe. sxrtW&mljk: »ÎJ / rv ■ Fl. 98 € Reliable Service How Much Bulletin Service Will a Dollar Buy? £ 1 / V > / : : ASK ~T sler, Inc.Wi LrrïÜ| Ba Rj v: À / 'd \ m Outdoor Advertising Everywhere : m # on is Our Home - City / . / 113 Market Street. Phone 693(5, 4 ■j 1 gg g n re ge y-K '-r' ■ ■•'.Mx-jopc-N-vT^ocf r msÊm AGAIN DISCUSS HARRIIR LINES r-JK;».: ) necessary. , It was stated by John Meigs, harbor i engineer and representative of the Wll-! ' mingtot! : bulkhead line was desired by tbs board, I for the reason that It would help the I Industrial development of Wilmington,] In that It permitted more storehouse He also stated that If Uiu GOO f pl « r# were found not eufflclenUy i tf|e Cllll|a ,, lilly be .. xlen ded , . back » Ansicht! vt lengthening the piers. | which, of course, would 1m Impossible I un d 3 r the: proposed new pier headUm 1 Colonel Ladus maintained Huit It would be cheaper for the persons ln ! tcrested to build out piers from an In-! shore line, «nd add lo their length. tt 8 the necessity arose. He slated that If « 1 bulkheml line 1^00 feet fr»w th- igr* d upon pierhead lln- w --labllshed, that the piers could be bull! iiOO or mon ^ out fron, tin- lln-. ml It, ,-r ^clr,l would -till 1 ..v MO or 7.«» feet more to extend th.-lr^ piers, without interfering wl.h pfi.o-ci aMangcmcntt 1 ! tliat"a COfbfoot dlffcreneo' befw,'£i Yh'c pierhead line and the bulkhead lln ' ,' vou i d toft ma5t FllUsfartor , Colonel I.»due then stated that If - 1M|V , t difference were esialillshe.l < C0IJ1 pa nles and privat- oerson- could Lrmlselon from Ih^ War Denari-* ftmiher than it 1 e est ih ment 10 nn out runner man the eslab ^"wasTown " S °° rea *° n do '"* " h ' m , n »he This «Weeled 1 to or' rli«..?^ 1 .£i. P !ÏL t Wi . ,. n *. * at l'l? r ( J ? r,lm ' ' 8 a T.' C advantageou. le the devc.opmcnt of the city of Wilmington. (ÿlonel J. P. Jervcy, head of the local U. S. Engineer Office, said that It would «"„cxPCh»!'« Proposition for the city of Wilmington to gel u 00(»-foot line. - -Iredfs bsrk Into Oiled land. Those present at the hearing In ; eluded Colonels Jervey and Ladue, Wll j l«' d Spcakman and Joseph Bancroft, of, too Harbor Board, and Chanes H. Gaul, | • erclary : Uenry L. Tatnall, civil cn-[ glneer; I. P. Wanger and Frederick: Jefferson, representing Uie Rending. Hailroad Co.; (i. W. T. Miller, nC the Jjc«l LI. S. Engineer Office; G. ■!. Mc-, Govern, representing a properly owner nnr to of the Christiana river; A. J. Ver- : i koHteraen, civil engineer, representing , H»C Wilmington Sugar Refining Com S buUU L speak-V C °f Z M " eabl « m , r ®" Company s plant George i" n,lm,ludl - °f toe Reading Railroad j Company; John M-Igs, harbor engineer. of Philadelphia; Judge David T. Mar vel, represenllng IheUrandywlno Really | Company, and Harry S. Willis, owuer of I property near the Pigeon Point pier. 1 | " I ready 1 Your faltoful servant—Ihe want ad— ;o sene you at a moment's no 1 lice.—Adv. JEWISH WAR RELIEF WULi.D O I IFr* 1 niro oAVt oAolfco _ j j Continued from First Page / :r ll " tfot * 00d and f-turned, the mother and were ** d - Um plans for the campaign VVLT0 "ell, advanced at the meeting.: Flvery one of the captains named last »*»*»* agrtod to servo without a i and they will each si ifi t six mfmbifi. The «'ûDtulns mii inPlI>bei .. of tvam* Mili ho in nounced later. q-}, e organization f ih« eommlttee ha- b>en completed and s as follows - ,\.y lan \i|ii rP ehali-man • invi.i <m,i ji.. nburg v ii rman Haiih 1 V.m, „1» „'blnowlt/ ZÛÎ ^ Loul. TooL«' , lr .... x .. ., r , * . :; o m -^w'vork 'it ' - 1111111 . icn' 1 '.né. ,)«?• , ÆveS.muTfïnnon^ M j arn ,, s \ oinns Max Kell Morris ^OhSi tlîS? «•»***» D - 9*»*"". William Topkts! T,,e members of the advisory board 'l«re: Nathan Barsky, Milton Bendhelm, 'Charles K. Breuer, Max Breuor. Emanuel < ; obcn Horry Cohen. Jame* J. Cohen.' M * x Cohan. Jacob Faber, H. Feinborg, p - Pctaberg, Fred Flanzcr. Harry Fried man - Oinns, Barnett Oluekman. np A ünherman Theodore Grant S3muflI Oreenbaum, E, OregnblatL H, ' nr y Harri», Philip Heimlich. Lou/ Jacoby. Harry Kaufman, Or. I. K. Kre. tool, -'«ooh L. I.elbowlU. D. L. Levy, Isaac Miller, Benjamin Muderlck. Harry —t dn - Nr n Poland, Louis riech es, « ' " ,w ' s Rosenblatt. Nathan Schlanger. ' |..„j am | n thwart*. George M. Schwartz : lenburg, Abe Ssyer, Abo Tolllu. Charles Topkls. Emil Topkls, David Topkls, Jame. Tuck, Benjamin Wolfman. --T'hlnes. nniAlU nr 1 «f f■ t Vf 1411111 T k \ III . AI .fJI II II I A A l \ ■ UUIIUUL I tV I 111 1/niT to nr (H MLAJl II U 1 1* I Bll V I III III (fl I f r ■ liai II ■ U UL v I •t»t» Continued from First Page. lector's district and to the County Board of Education, and with request lo the special school district list until th8 8ha i' haV ?. bren f uhmlUei ! ° «' U 7* , , ; nn ? mlMlon 7 a "' to the sehool commissioners of said special school district. And toat all school tax collectors have too right by statute, by taking the proper procedure, to arrest, if necessary, any taxable refusing or fall ing to pay suoh taxes. Clever housewives depend on toe ure competent domes* want ads to tin workers.—Adv. STOLE TO HELP 1 I •**** " ~ Tb ;t ? vm Charles V erbit in County ; Court ' _ çpwTCMrcnTn SEN IENCED 10 SERVE SIX MONTHS _ .... , -, M«tong guilty to a charge of ob- j u0,,e ' fals vnt0tm*T^\t *om the S. M. Braunstein Company., Inc., wtifta bv the coinofinv 4 V . , , " p y i '*• p * ce,v,n « afrnf ' u,arlM ' lTblt "«] sentenced lo six month- Imprison. nie,,t b> *" Court of Gen. 1 pral SM * ion! ' yesterday afternoon. Ver-j 1,11 ,,le mercy uf the court. ' RoinUng out that his previous record >'** a *** '«c.lher to sup - port end ha« made i.stllul ■ ! Vcrb, ' ^ been a receiving clerk f °f s - M. Braynstein A co., Inr„ and been taking tlo ,.|p, given ! the expressman for gu„d.- delivered W, B f the «pres, company t;,e 'amount celled for. changing (he amount du « on «>• »»P* «•«» collecting from [wJ^^AUorney^G, nerir'pel-cv'w" 1 ' 1 ?u * > Alt, ' r, jcy/*çneraj I erey War . ren . K t f Pee ' 1 •A* 1 «* 'erbit had collected, m tola manner about A'jO A erbit pleaded he had needed Ihe 1 t< î " ra ,or hl« »lek mother In Philadelphia. He said he had paid back l0 t,,e ® r, " n * te ' n . company, the full «mount he had taken from them. He ,,a ' 1 »»««> » trusted employe of the com-1 Ian5 ' tt" -0 ' i'c»''". he declared. ,u u,f> uf Constantino Gargarls, charged with larceny of a quantity of T. arb «, s A*! 0 8 from a harber shop, at A 0 ', 3 * 1 ^ est second street. February f jur y ,lad returned a verdict of guilty. ; n order to permit further Investigation (*■£*• FcHtwlng toe verdict Testimony In the case showed that| & *J' 1 ma * 8a *« n ? a ' valued at 12.» each; three pairs clIpper®, eight razors, live pairs <> f scissors four rasor stoops, seven col "" d J d " Mer ' 010 w " ole valued *' jabout 1112. He attempted lo pawn one fdenhelser. The rest oY the goods, except itoe collars, .had been found later by Ithe police. In Gargarls' suit case, at his "SSÄ ZFZVSSr*** » »H-KÏ « T3 jr V* lased lh «« 0,K 8 H fron ' « m « : ■aid he had oome' hore''fro^^Gneooe i about «ix years ago and had lived in Des Moines. Iowa; Missouri, Chicago, New York, Perth AmbOy, Newark. N. J. and Camp Morgan whore he was In tho United States military service, lie said he had an honorable hi sob any»' from the army and had been In Wihnlng Ion only twenty days. Ho was dis charged from ihe army (Mm tar y 8, he said. Following a hearing before Judge ; Oonrad. held in court room No. 2, Neal j I'iuuninghai/i, Negro, charged with lar-1 of a pair of pants valued at »lit.) was found guilty by a Jury, whiuf led for mercy In the sentence. Harris and Jane s Pryor, Negroes, ni- j i ask* ! ( »sear ! leged to linve be. ii associated with Cun- ) iiIngham In the larceny, wer« sentenced i to six months In the workhouse and to j pay restitution money amounting to *1|? I Purged , vilh the laJ . ceiiy or three ! ! cigars. \aim'd at cents each, George | Uouldon when arraigned, pleaded not ! P,1 J , dJ " 0t antlolpate a Thu grand Jury returned the follow- I Indictments; Samuel Hegel, violating Junk dealers, * c t: Ella White, soliciting; Blanche r . soliciting; Kteulo Valante Im P£P«-conduct , ' r * ^iln intent to murder; George Roach. Joseph Serkow ski. William !.. Linton, Carlo Angellno, Constantino Gurgarlo, Robert Jackson, Clifton Griffith, George Uoulden, Oeoar Talley, Edward L. Logan, Wm. J. Quinn, Joseph Huslo, Fred Marone. FV-d Linn, larceny —- WARKITPC TA T IVC WUKhlUlô 1Ü I A life ninm ta; PART IN POLITICS / WW1IU» •' special meeting of Ihe Central - !Labor Union will be held Monday. Ma m' °, r *' U }m ,° r " artld P atlon m the national political campaign. The meellug will be held In response to a i,-all issued by the Non-Partisan Polit leal Campaign Committee of the Amcrl can Federation of Labor. William Buckley, business representative, of the 1 Boilermakers'Union, will be among the, speakers. • At the meeting of the Central Labor TT„i on last night, the committee headed by James O. Kane, to urge passage by cjity Council of an ordinance to license stationary engineers, made a report that the ordinance still was under considéra continue Its work. The Marine Local. nj the Plumbers has adopted résolu- 1 -ensing of firemen. A communication was received from I UaJte d state* Senator Ball giving de-i tolled Information of the plans to lift I „ ^ ekins from i nd)a Hie 1 in f .. ; nr, ;™ , '' uB """ r * Pea leitam^' were oMered sent to £ e « e £ HeaTto Blwt a^Wvv?r Dr-' T ïsrH »«r' 11 ' 1 * the recent report of toe con <J *ti° n « f th c c"y drinking water. - DR- BEBEE WILL BE ROTAWAN SPEAKER - ! The prograjn for tomorrow's meeting of the Rotary Club Is in the capable l hands of Lew Bumford, George Miller and Dick Gatlin. Dr. William Beebe, „unitor of the New York Zoological Park, will be the speaker. Or. Beebe ils one of the. "big men" in his profes glon. He has traveled ail over thq world, and is a most interesting speaker, Ralph Cummings, district governor, will go to Salisbury, MU., Friday, to present the charter to the newly-organized Ho lacy Club of .Salisbury that evening. j ARREST MADE IN ! ! SLACK HAND CASE ) i j I ! conspirators Who Killed Tony Quartern | I 1 an at '' e,n P l to ro * > Jhtsel test ! 3ed *" t , 11 ' 'f* 0 v , of , ' ou * I ^iualla. rob. ' ? I Hu# f' ÎP' U ^ his initiation into the organization and of his payment of 850 ' J . r * !le £ riv 'Lf£f « f »*2î n *f r,,hlp ' «f «»« member* fifteen In number. leadi Continued From First Page. ! March by Alfred Rossi, one of the four black the wh 0 «vhlt* .»..of an/i v# »u Kirtpm r.-md wn,te " d . d .?*« erB f h °„ rm ^ ,be P", 01 a 'J'*"-*' 1, lne ®oemnere stand \ l } e a ® ,rcle r»pcesonling 1 19 rim of 1 n f.-, C ' i. . , en "' vr ® a sse n)bied the leader w '»' n 5* lhc assembled men by P«?* ,n S *« »•« we*W an(1 , ^'*1 ■ 1 heae do >J< 1-and do not ter Plans were ineda for robbing any one J n ' !e ll,l "! nu "l 10 u,1> ll h°" n to °"® u « h • n# n«y to make.lt worth ^uet TOny Qu^llo end Andrew Ros " * ^ .1 ** | pp "!'P e ** , ' ev,c I 1 * ns * acconl - Z m.l Z^f 1 ^ lern - «Me jvlctinis. He accompanied the men Here .from Pcnnsgrove on the boat, The men were attacked when they got off the boat. Two railroad cm ployes. John Uarklns and Waller E. Parker, who started to pursue the men were wounded by one of th-i conspira tors. It was declared at the lime by, State's officers that the aiwani*»ti«n j was responsible for much of the law hssness which took place about Car ney's Point at that time. It Is alleged that Galllllo was one of the ringleaders In the black hand plot. - \< m -1 h is mu mu , Luigi MoscheHJ was held under *10001 bail for toe United States District Court! yesterday afternoon by 1 Commissioner John Pearce Cann on . charge of rifling a mail tag* The pris < ner had been einploved by the Ponn svlvanls R.itiri».i , n a a , Z 1 .nrin» » . , , .! . tooTnoud, ^" _ Although a definite date has not been set for the annual shop dinner of Hiej Y C. A., It has been aunvinced that, J.„ eg a K Stirling of the Electric Hose ! and Rubber Company, was elected chairman, ami Miss MlMrcd McLaury ( se crctary of the dinner c o mm ittee. I WORKERS BUY MANY STAMPS. Employes of lhc Hilles and Joies Company, who have established a War 1 Savings branch at toe plant, this morn ing reported as the first month's opera-. tlon toe sale of »S.065.W in War tog Stamps. This is in addition lo worth of stamp« =% LABOR URGE. PRISON PORE Request of the Central Labor '° r a P"™® '"vesllgar.ion of he i ■ *" c judges at a oonf rence yesterday. No definite artlon w«e t on the matte? at the time, however, \ t ^ W |1I i, e f ur ther considered at a cv j ference to be held next we»k The request of the Central t.ah J tTnlon was made In a communlcatlm 1 tlnJ ep date of February 17. addressed i 1 lhc State Judiciary and delivered to Bed dent Judge Herbert L. Bice. Judge It r . awarded the communication to Ur 1 'Justice PennewllI, who decided to to m d er It. at n meeting that had bee, | foP last week at Dover. Because of c • toln dwumetonee* It was necessary hrV 'he Judge» to postpone conelderatlon ofi i the reqUMt at " mt tlme and ^ äsTÄ?. ^ JUd?? ,Ufrf " Iett * r to i Suggestion is Made i Let ter to State Ju diciary JUDGES WILL CONSIDER SUBjH m Id ce j The communication will be discussed 'again next week. JOHN M. BOWEN, FUNERAL. John M Bowen „t».» !, M »owen, veteran editor p I alW^îong^îm^wa« held «?• . , L r, nnl-lT. Ih 1 * ° "jT' brother^ S wnihfm , K , ». en K i, r . i, v *«?i an rhîîiJif*^ « e " -e^seri w « n h ' Î Wh C ' ' le dl ' d ® at H ' aJ iu cemetery. TO »«g.« un»m ..... p ,, ' *®IHD RLUtdON. 1 * ,i. the ? n ? 1 rnU ee „ 0B 10 ll.AT . Eu I° P ' .. conveno » Friday In Washington. 1 1 -' n 'l' ' ^ T, committee was appointed by a sub, r ' jW!r ot Con ^»* to consult wilt ÂÎSSÂS ' . c «wring ana sianm* 1 ' K ' SMIIH NEGHn IN nan ™ - - «Ä charge of chicken stealing, dating from ' la,tt hUni,ilar ' v load , ed revolver v^. " 1 ,^ pending search of his record Special lo The Evening Journal. NEWARK, March 3.—The funeral ol f the Ond:i ac7 ...'V' N f Î*' , CE ' _ detect he Riley left this morning for Camden. N. J to secure a man acres ..I there last night suspected of having ,. JP . . . . f ■''^ed a number of homes in city, lie was accompanied by days ago. said to have been found ou iiic prisoner.