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S LXGLUS1VE ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT OKLAHOMA CITY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1914. VOL. XXVI. No. :m; CITY EDITION tia PRICK ONE OIRT. BOi DROPPED : ON coasi m nil a n Aeroplane Missile K- . plodes in Dover liitr.len Without Damage. ! i rKtMll ANNOI Nli: MaLSsI'. Capture Numerous Trenches ot Teutons aud Ke pulse All Counter Attacks. Loudon, Dec. 2-. Au offlrlul press bureau uiiuouuc.-uicut iMiii loduy say: "An aeropluue oi tlit my dropped a Uolllll while passing over Dover tills Uiorulng. The missile fell u a gar Uen, and exploded. Tune was no dam lig. The aeroplane, mum accu for a few aeoouds only. It departed liu uieuuiieiy. mmh1hk out out (he sea.' Urltlsh Hlr craft went iii, but did mn oe the fii.-my. Th. weather wuh I'li.M.nU. Ariz . Dee. 21 --"We claim cloudy und foggy, (lt. r;,ll( ( H H im(()1H ,r. Purls ti.. "i t , i , ri'NMctln' of their private wars," said inn. .1 An official cominun- ... ' 1 ,, ' ... leutlou Issued !,!,, y sliJH. Vice President Minimis K. Marshall lo- 'From tl... wh to tlii- l.ys wo made "n "" llls "rrh"1 to HIK'",1 ,he rl,rW' progress by .tapping , rations In the """'"J'"" Mr" Marshall' Dune nml repulsed attack In front of l"ir,'",N- lr- MrH w- ,:- KIM Lombnortzydo. At Zwarttvcn, koiiiIi-."'J- N(',M"11"1'' The statement was east of Yprea we occupied a timiin of """I'' 'y ln'' vice-president In com IioliH' iiiiiI iiriiv- Lin k iih fur oh tl Koiltliem imrt of IliN vIIIhkh n conn Kr iitfHck of tin- enemy, despite a Mplr ltol fliy from the (iermun artillery. "The llelKlnn uriny piisliHl forwunl certain .lefiielmiei.ii ali.nir Hie rlirlit Imiik of the Yser to xoutli of i m..ile hiiiI or;.'inlrMl ,i ilefendve work prulctliiif the heml of r l.rlde in nie reifion or (lie Arms fou hIIII maile all oN-riillnus tin o -ll.le. III.. 11 1 m . in me rtiflon ..r the ANuo the Zouave yewleriliiy held hio k liriMlnnl . ly a nnuilier of altin kH; they remnlue infiMteiM. at a HiInt neiir tiie rml if ' I'lllnlene of the lieruiiiii treiulieM or-' ojiplenl hv iin iKvvinlH-r 21. In the ChiiinpnTiH' illhtrli-t we RtrcrurthtMied the ixwltlniis taken lr tu In our advance of the nlnht lie foro In the reuloii of Cri.oime and Hlielrux. "In the vicinity of (lie l'ertlies all the counter attacks f the enemv on l'1"1'1 r"lM ') ""! "i th-ixmltlon coniiiereil .y nx lov-eniher , N licit to sxm- If they liavi Kproiit.Hl VS were aii's-i-tsfnlly repul..!. T ')''" "l' the northwefl of Slt-mll l.es llnrlnx "l'ul liUMineeH ilmnu-i-s must coum occuilsl iiermon trenchex for a I lowly." ilMtince of 4(10 yanla nnd we drove! WIiiMi lie urrlveil with Mr. Mar Iwrk the minuter nttni-V The :r-1 ohalt from' Washington this inoriilmi muni endeavored to take the nffotiirtve ,tho vice president waa aufferlng from In the direction of VllhvSur Toiirlie, bnt our artillery dlmierl them.' ''In the Argimne reirlun we took poa Heanlon of a pit ce of ground In the for ettt of Ij flnirle and In the vlclnltv of nuirntelle we repulsed a (lerronn at tack. "In the forest nf Atirenionf our ar tlllery deniolluhisl and ennse-! the en rmy to evacuate evernl ireiicheti " 1vndon. TVc CI -The Intest offli-ers' rcwinlty lkt coverln; the week of 1e ts.mlier S to shown twi-ntv thr"" officer kllli-d. and el -htv one tvound eil Tlie tola' en'iniltles (iinntiir offl cers to dnte In o sir. NURSn ACTION HELPS MAiniUE(ll - :i renquerora Favor City Iteranse oui , t.lrl Honored Kaiser's Nephev In ' Death After Kitrounlcr. Iloulogne. L't. - llifiins. young Trench Red Crt.s nurse took II particular Intenwt In a IS year old Uernum lieutenant w in. was brought . . , , . ,, unitrtiseloua Into the hospital at Man Iteime and dletl three day Inter th" Ilttl.. K.aitttfu.rftilt.n ..Itt- ..I1 l u lilutif lllllf IIIIIMIin.l 111 ll'S '"I "I v . . . hns la'n highly fnvoretl by Its oermnn cniitiiierora and Is en loving a greater degree of freedom Ihfln any of the other French border towua In tier man terrltorT. , The wounded Cerinan provrd t Is' the prince of Siixe-Mebilngen nejilietv of the pinteror. He hail nuffered n fractured skull In flit encounter wllh a French chnusseiir.' and dletl without regiiltilng cnsclonsiii'sM. At the suggestion of the little nurse the local ulhorltiea nnderetl the prince funeral honors due Ida rank. photographed the btslv anil coffin a ml. sent the phi'tomt. togetlmr with llje I ' '; ''''.' Muntler free an, perwvnnl lB?longlngs of the prliiiY ami Wh , , irr,, M B.n wi a dotnlletl account of hi" lllnr-ss to his I Anil ev'a dPTuiloa." fnmlly nt Mcluengen This wcnrre-l j Till the Scotch hs'Ck Idea of tilings while the tow n wan mill under French . aa they would le If we could go control. .'through the mirror Into looking glass THF WfATHF' A If Jul a. t laLila. ' ' CaM-MIr weather wil(M and 1 ' with erolialtlr rela tarnlng t i rtlitu tanlght. T a. m ST i a , IB .." . ta an in it a. at anea , t p. at p m ... . m Kl s The aenthweatera "low" U rentr! near t l, Ikl. n...ln. Tkl. fll.t.irh.niw Is alrtng geaerai- ralna In th lorr;wlll httve to aland naldo on the night Mttslnlpul vally, the aouthern Plain of thin memorable gffalr, hilt each olio Hlattsi and aauthorn Roekf Miittntalna. A hnv h Mti.fBpfi,.,, nwlna senndar? tprstl..n. eentnil nsar CM- nn "I'I1J cngo, I rta.ia (nnw In the Lake reglna other through the laughing on mem atl tlklo vller. The prerlpltillno area (rm. !..lf an.! Atlantic tlitrt.t" itwieraiiy fair w-Mther hi prevalKsl in 'the norih on flala ataim, nortatyn ny .moiiii- i hit lanraiHg In apper Md-higaa. Mn.ne. sola, ttas lskals, Ihe return I I'tnniilsn I'mvluotjs, lil.Ho. iib n.i rtfvi.u " IHtniareti are reatostti in in. Mional vngM la eth.r wet loin ot th reoatry. oi M K l ES. New rk. Dec. 2 4. In" iiii'iiilirrs n( lli Ittiiill) of .Mrs. Mnr Curso. imiiitling Ihi niollier. were sufforaletl twin when fire ull.ul.nl llulr five story Iciienwul. Ilii) lived on lli (up floor. The onl) sur vivlng inrmhrr of I lie laiuilv, Vrlliur (oimi i telephone oi orator nl I lie !! rlmii- hospi tal wit on duly when III' lire suited ami ordered in amhiii mi ii ml surgeons to I lie scene. Si-ore ol other li'iiiirils rsrupcil 11 mil II) llllll I Vice-President Says That People el' lulled States Want Ke hults Too Quick. meliUiiK oil tlie recciil nie llli(! of rep resentiillvvM of Aiiicrlcan natloiiM u I WashliiKton, where the rliilit of ueii tniN wiik illMciiNxed "Th' I'iiIIimI States nnihl liuve a I world nmrliit." continued Mr M ir shall, "mid will net It under the demo . cratlc adintulslriitloii " lie liinliiuivd the coniH-r ittlrke sit u latltm 111 ,.r,te.. which Arizona l vltall) In ' an an ii lniil.-. "of the folly 1 of the home uiHiket Idea, niltlinci-l 1 hy well iiieiiulni; lint isH.rly miI titlzt-im. I roiiinn-ntlni: on the elistlon, the I l(H" president said (In- retlllli. hhnwi-d H lllsHiltloii oil the part of the pen- ; 'pie to clve the democratic ixdlclcs n ! fair trail, lie added thut the trouhle' with the Nsiple of the l ulled Staleri w iih that they wiint'sl resiillx at oiic I 1 "They are like the children wlni a never cold. SKI.UMl IMHIIKK FOOD ; Arrests Are Made hy Health Ufflrera n Chance of Nellinc Mntt anil i Nuta Not I'p to Standard. i Aa a result of reports coiiiIiik into j the city In -tilth dt'itartiiieiit tmlay st-v jural arrests were made hy health of ' fleers for aclltntt Impure food a. 0, 1. liarrlaon, an liiNiector, arrvKtetl Krank lllskoskle, owner of a uioat aud gru er shop at M.'lO West I'ottawaUiinie on u charge of sclllni; Impure aud sK,ilsi uieuts. Mlkosky la lloliv - v: in I an. retail venders who were at- selling ram Id and apolle.1 nuts w ere also iirreste.l I his morning. The three men. A. C, Whitman, W. II. Kline nnd VV. H. (iniy, were arrested J- T- "'' flty heiilth I ileiairtmeiit. A dislded effort la now Mug made ( to rid the city of men of this nature., I i.is-ordlnif to heiilth officers. For tears , lHi MN. IirHiMIe of some veii.lers to buy in large lots partially Hallcd , ''' ,mni, 1,1 1r'-'" .iiunnlltles. The practli-e Is Is'lng ataiiiie I , mf (). ,h ,.,,. ,u(.,ho(,H ,1H,, I 1V health i nfflcpra. I - ' , iviti' t.ifvii t i't'ii!Vi n . Ij ; li l iU llioe Who Attend the Dollar Han- floet Tor Stale Offlrals Should . ... t All Their r.gollsm at Home. It Is to ls Kklnnlmr. of course, hut It will nil lie funny for those who am not to have the hide taken off. It will he done at the dollar lianipiet -and aome of them dserve all they get. t) wntl Kimt. n,or thr (Iftte gle u To m niiraelvva as others sex in BUSINESS MOVES SEOMARSll ,tn(, It in predtHei that the power ;""! lyto New York and put In the I- M ' lXw,T ai"1 ,,M ",f,l, T,n l,',H""" of traiu-AtUntlc liner ,B,ren g( (h lllnr hnnnuet" on thelf"' desrtntlon nt in expense of np ..i. .t.t .. i. a i. ... 1 1 rovluintelv tl.lNMi to th United lliptlll Ul .niKIUI,. O. IUr.L H unV IS llil' T - h"PIn .. n't even the rcsirt-1 Iniuii tratlou Mir-un nt 8t. l-oula en., are n'nnltted to know, but It lal1'" I""1 "'v" '"' "I""'1"' mmoreil that there will bo a showing j' "' ' " '' i-P of mrleaftin-4. 'JW 7(10 thket, """ U? fr,,n' 'are going fast for every ine want totj"""1 ,,f '"V'v v i laee the other fellow In the llmellgltt l , , N' V,rJ ibnt It nins, ..remombs, ,a, the ' " . X ,h i fun Is likely to be nettled ou Just any one ) "Stand aside ami watch yourself go ly." anld H.awlei bard. Everyone When naked whnl tlH program I Id Diego yealertlay wis allghlly lnjubl be, Elmer E. Itrown, eeci-etary of the'ncnr here, when the aeroplane piloted niamher nf Coijiiiien-e. nld: "Thai h I "", "ret- 1 Iwre Is no program It I Is all til lie ftlll." And Hint aettlea It, for when Elmer Urown won't talk, he i .. ... ... . ,.,, .,, , won Wit he did any: "lherell he umethlug doing.' THE mwm ii WilliiAts Snjrs Oe Will Kecom. mend Relief For foilon (irowers. Arduiore, Ok.. leo. 24. Cotton glowers ami huslnisis men who ar' '-'oiicfHlly nffisletl directly hy the cot ton crop prohahly will have liitrodui- eti in tne legislature Immediately after It convenes, bill which would exempt cro on hand after the first of Jan uary from laxatlou. I'nder the law all such croiM left on hiiud became nuli i J.s t to tavutlon. A large amount of cotlou baa Iss-n stor.sl In this county the present sea son, the fnroiera waiting for better prices. If this aliould be held for tax isi It would create adverse conditions among the fariiiere ami those des'ild eut iisui the resources of the cotton crop. The matter of exempting the cot ton was taken up with County Attor iter Hardy ami In turn Uovernor elect Williams was asked his advice. County Attorney Hardy haa received a letter from the governor-elect eay Ing Hint In hi message to the legts- latiire he wnul.l r.ssimmend that all ttrtsliicts of the farm held after the first of the vear be exempt from taxa- 'n. , There probably l no doubt but Hint the leirlslatiire will willingly pasa anch ' a bill that would give this relief. Not only here hut in alimwt every eoni- n,"""v ,,r mn" "'"on 1 ben gniwn to anv extent, etetnptlon , ..,.. tM.,,tnI1 .,,iti , aeeat re- lief, and It Ik nntuml that i-epresenta I tlves to the legislature from the , ,,,,, wo,, m,pI10rt measure to the Mleet extent. CIIIU fDl?!'!' I I?Irn Oil 1 1 UuLrilV Lr.,1 rJl Cent lulled State Immigration Bu - reao $1,000 la Take Vlrllm Eroai St. taula to Trana-Atlantle liner St. IaiiiIn, Ins- at. How a Greek lei it. AuastaslcH Ijilioa, recently din covered ln St Iyoula, waa taken e lea r Hie I'n'netiai r hlti. TWO Ot'FICF.RH ARE INJl RED WIEN AF.ROIiANK WRECKS Oceanalde, Cel.. Dec. 24. Meut 'U ant Ralph Hollldny observer on the T'lilted Hlatea armv coiillng aero plane which left 1.0 Angcle for 8nn by I.lutennt J. V. Morrow wns wreeketl III landing. llolllday wna badly cut nlsiut the bead end face. Vkrrow ewaisvl with a few briil-sst. The uiachlne waa bad ly wrecked. I k II I 'I I 1 V 1 EXEMPTION fill! 1 UNBELIEVERS. HASrlTKEPT MY t'OO" LAkUULLr AS SHC SHOULD SO U I HAVE To L OM VOUfc- HoHem. t (AVE youbf GOODCHiU?tMTt s pin vrAt! T - TWO DROWN IN ARIZONA WASH OUTS Tiuaoii, Arli., I:. H4.TUi 8uU Crui river, heretofore called "rtTer," by cow Ursy of way lualtcra; U on tk omt raoige of a geueratton ami ttie Han I'edro rlvr wort of Blalasi Is a atreaui a nille wide. Other st reams were awolleti lu proKrtlou. Railroad tiik-ka have Iw-t-u washed out, build lug flooded or carried away aud prop erty damaged to the eitent of thuiis anils of dollars as the reaylt of . , seven dava rain In aouthern Arizona. National euafdtmmli l-lurulng to Tuisum ciitiftrmed renorls thut two Mexican were drowned at Hahunrlta. The militiamen said It wa r'i-.r(- tl that other lives were lout In the'"1 lUB notei m Okianoma ; flooded district. Nogale attll Is Isolated from tsin muiiliatlou with i-nrroundlng towns. iiiioiriTiroATE in nt VfVflf f rill" name tbelr cnndldate for speaker In L A i L Vi I J I i Vi 1 1 i b lower boua. Johu Flehl. Re- A elht Tariff InrreMca on farioad Lota Held I njustifUoJe By Cerpor- alien t'ommisidoit . ... . , ..... . Washlngton. In-c. 24,-krelght rate i Increases on hides and pelt tr. car Um1 1n,m klnhoina lailnta to SI ! ,,", w,M,,,r" d.sitlnatlona were ; unjustifiable and ordered can b ,h teraUte wnuner.s. t Miiiiission itsiay ii waa aecnitsi that the Oklahoma rate should not be more than three cent a hundred pouud higher than that from Wbhl ta to Ht. Trails ami not Una than five and a quarter cents lower than from Fort Worth, Texas. ST. Ml! IS Bl I1JIN0H MI ST REMOVE REV0LVIM5 IMK)K" j ft. UmiIh. Deo. 24 Fifty building. Including five large department tnr" n",,n'" "J" ,,,e building I'simmlasloner to remove the revolving have been notified by the bulldlnv storm doom at their entrance and to I replace them with door opening out J wards. The. hulldlna . eommlaalnner 'H,d revolving doorn would not fa.-l Utate the apeedy eitt of a crowd lu . -an emergency JAY WALKERS MUST BEGIN Christina day will mark dead line on Jay walking, aay the trafflce offl oer along the Main street beat and all Jay will be a r rented on the alight eat offense after that day. glnce the application of the Jay law many hare lxeu violating right under toe nose of the traffic men. The time of truce t now pant, however, ac cording to the officer. Hliuv the law went Into effect aev eral weeks ago there hat been but one arrest for either Jay walklug or driving, on account of the aeemtiigly slow lie of iieople In utiilemtamllng the law. The officer now believe that everyone wllh the exception of transients, tins hail long enough to learn Hie rulei, and the transgressor In the future will fare hard. It Hikes uo special order for offl Mr 4o clump down on the violation A fM Ciltreic f Part Members if LepLJatire U Waited B; ' Wi Testeriiit. Tom THlenian of Morrison, llepub I lean member of the lower bouse of lelbtuie from Noble comity, " me oiuesi uepuuncau m oiin or prrttcr iu lue leKtsiaiurv, oaa issued a rail for a couference of Republlcau I meuilK-n of the legislature to be held 1 1 ity January 4 at 10 o clock ln the taorolng. It la expected that at tbla meeting j l general policy to e pu railed by the : Republican uiemls-rs of the legialature I will he dlwcusttetl nnd It la likely that at the same time the vJfepubll.wiia I w ill name tbelr cnndldate for speaker - publican candidate fur governor, and ! Arthur H. (lelssler, chairman of the state Reptihllcnn stale cent nil com- mittee, will attend the meeting. The Republican membern of the lower house of the new leeislatutK ire J. C Smith. Cherokee; K A. Kv- I nhnrt B,,.kfor(,: William J. U.M. Hrtstow; C. 1L Holmea. Oage: J. A. Marsh, Kingfisher; Tom Testemian, Morrison; Klilon K. Sams, Ivlaware; VV. II. Olmstead. Wynoka ; K. O. M. Caiice, Mutual ; Howard M Drake, Dnmbey ; Mnrvln M. MrOord. Enid; Henry W. Headley, Ponca Cllv; Jake 1 Znhlondll Chandler Prague: Ed C, Keegnn, Ams A. Evvlng. Oulhrle; O. R. Acton, Lovell; J. T. Dlckerson, Fdmnnd: Jesse B. Norlmi. Oklahoma ntv. I'ROMINENT ARIZONA I F ADER AM) FORMER FJDITOR, IS DEAD rreacott. Arlg.. Deo. 24 Slate Renator M. G. Cunnlff. member of the Anion ' prealdent Arliona constitutional convention of the senate of the first Arlaona levtslature and at one time jaaaodate editor of the World' Work ; died last night. Home year ago Mr ("iinlff waa private eecrefary to Alton IV Pirker. democratic presidential I candidate In l'KH. TO LOOK 0VT of thla law, even though they have tsvu lenient for some time. Tlie arrest Ilea altogether tu the baud of tlie polliTineu and tbey have chonen to make no arrest until a more complete understanding of the law wa allnw-ed. The four truffle policemen on Main street lu the afterfoam met before ttiey went on duty yesterday and were unanimously In favor or starting tbelr arrest at once. "There are aome autolaU In till town who think tbey know little Iini much," said one seasoned old police man. "But unless aome of the quit turning around In the middle of the block they ire going to have to tell tbelr trouble fo the Judge aomo morning aoon." "Watch your atep after Hat unlay." I the slogan now. Otherwise a shun stopover In the city Jail may reaitlt from Injudlchm walking or driving. ' I 1 CALL IS l lonu SNOH I'KOMISrll ( liri-ltiiHs lU) Mum fjtll vits pi, doled for Okluhoiim ( ilj anil the xUte hy the weather huieini tmlay. I'he rain will run linn tiwlnj 4iul toniiilit anil a ihiuiiunril drop in the temper ature will turn it into hiiiiu rrlda. nid the uenlhrr limn. Washington. )e !!. white lirislmus from New I- iikIiiiiiI to the (.real Lakes is Indicat ed It) Ihr wi-Hlher Inireiiu pre (lictioiis for loiuorrow. wliirh say unset I led weather, proliali I) sriiin will preiail. fake coney ! MAKER IE! Man With International depu tation Captured Hv Detec tive in Isolated Village. New Kineii Conn. I Ms-, Jl I'hllllp l.lelM-rtniili, an iillircd counterfeiter, ikuiiwu us .Inliu Inivla, was iirrenlisl IckIh) In a small house In an Isolatisl etnn of the Utile vllhn;e of Marl ImimiiIi hy I'Jdef William .1 l-'lynn of, i tile I luted States se- n-t t.erlce nnd axslst'int iimI was hriiiii:ht tu New ' Haven I j As (,rdln t, Chief r I.Uili IuivIh w ih i seiiteiici-d In I'.hij i,, thlrt-s-n and on.- j luilf years In ll.c federal prison all Atlanta, li.i f n , , iinierfeltiiiK 1 1 , Inn j Isvu out in t ,:i ri f,-r in it rl v twn years. I When the H'Tt-t N-ril-v men entere I the house they found dyes, presstn, , and other pttraplii-rinilla f,,r maklnis 1 ten dollar notes. I Iliivbt was Mrr"sts In Knitlnnd In lslMl, with wveral ismfedeniti's. Inivls klnA evidence. Chief Klvnn aam' and n freed, going to Itolirtmn and later returning to this countrv. While In I'iicIhiiiI I'm Is nnd his friends are mild to have istiinterflete-l many Itusslan hills mid the equivalent I of hulf a million dollurs of Hank of Knglnnil notes For giving .evidence against his companions, Chief Flynn any. Davis received j !MMI. I'avls, with a number of companions had Ish'U arrested In this country In the summer of 1WW for circulating spurious ten .Mlar notes nt ra.s tracks. ImvIh ewcuiieil ami fltsl to Kng land where he Inter fell lu the cluth.-i ef Hisitlninl Yanl. KDirOK OK S.tLY.iriOY army VArm is nr.Au Hrtford. Conn Ikh-. 24 -MUs Jennie i the I'llca river. In the dlatrtct eouth New.s.inb, .siller tf the Salvation ! east of Tomaaiow. The Ruaalana at Annsp Sunday School lensoiis tiled at j tacked fiercely but were repulsed by the Hartford hospital Inst night fol Austro (it-rman with heavy loaaee." lowing mi osrntloti for npis'tidiclts. I She was a grudunle of Welhstlev col- , lefe. E. K Howard lielieves All Sent ! Heformator) Should Not lie Prisoners. Work Is iirogresslng rapltllv on ihe uew buildings at the state reformii lory at (iranlte. , wlthlu the n, x, two uiontha alt l.uljJings will Isj ,, t,s. ..... wv.ipi.si. K. h. Howard,, inemiter or the board of affairs, has 1 just timinllHl lii4iH,-ti(iii i.r k. miiu iiiK anil visiting Uie liistltiitb.u or information to Include n 1,1. ri. ... I's.imulMMlHthuw tO t If leifiMlMlnri r.r 1(1 RECOMMEND ROOMSJO BARS the ntssls of the ,,la.v. , !., ferei.ee. Till pits, la brought uu- New wis providing for .bout Ki,,er the alleged prolti-tlou of section i ! Tn V'.. ' ',lB:4. tfrtlrl. 2, of the constitution of and many of then, are now being used. I ikliihoiua, which aay the military I he big dining room now- la Isdng se,. , ,H,wer ahall alw.y. I hold In .trk-t " o.0" " ,",rt,,.":r f "1" ,l'l""'l:'uttordl.,ame to the civil authority n.r uiiii-i. ns rapi.uy aa ttiey can he 'otnplettsl. Mr. Howard will make recommen dntlon for further Imprnvi-uienbi at the reformatory. In the effort to make It n much of a hcIiihiI of premonition ol the boy who are sent awav from It a It la possible. Many similar In stltiitlotia throughout the rutted Statist are taking a humane view of the work to be done by these pnrtlcu lar penal Institution and much pro. gresa In the right dlreotlnn ha nl ready been made. One of the recommendations that will he made will be for building to he used more as a dormltorv than anything else This building will Is supplied with rtsims to ls used hy In mate who Indicate definite Idea of reform. When prisoners are first re- celvod there It Is not known what ort of conduct tbey Intend to practice. If they exhibit any desire to hts-nme re formed It will be the puriswe of the management nf the Institution to en i -on rage thoui all possible. In a building emit ks mentioned nf lit- their tnt-tn nf t.is.l.u ll.t I. ...... they would be given a room in thtl" 1,1,11 h flr to building to be used a If It were room In boarding house, and they would pot be surrounded with the common fi.vtroiimcnt of a cell with Iron bar to remind them of their plight. Another thing Mr. Howard will re mind the legislature ami that la that the: atate ha a lot of fine grnnlte there with plenty of lnlmr among tlie Innate to get out the rock and have it finished ready for building pur '.t -sea. He will recommend that It be wed tnateed nf sending to oaie other late lor building lalerUL BATTLE MM BEFORE WARSAW Kesult of Great (mlfst For Pos- sesKion ol Polish (ly Still in Doubt. HOill TAKE 1IANV PRISONERS Several Austrian Companies loinjtletelj Annihilated in Prjzemjsl Sortio. I'dri-urail, Its-. 24 Today1 atat iih-1,1 i-l (filial press hureau aaya: u the left haiik of mica obatU- iiie I'lhiluK mutlnueti in the regloa ;of the vIllmjifM 0f Jeststzts' and Hojifo i uawuliu. "Uii Um rlttht hank of I'lUce we made progretw In the vicinity Oixxt.uo I and Toiuaitiw . j "In (iallcla our HUis-esii continue, s South of 11m- VIM ula we captured, ou l'.s,,.,lK.r -JLt and Jl, ality-aU offl ' vera and ,'.4xi men, three cautiou aim i ten mitrailleuse. ' In die Carpathlaim, while pursuing tin- retreutlui; AuntrlaiiN, we ctiptured on 1 Ks fuils-r 22 thirty officer and Kami uk-ii. "Neur rrxeuiysl IUe Aualrlaua al templed u new w-itle during which iteieral of their advance cuuipaunw were completely annihilated. Other ad vance companies made prUolier. lu thin affair we aelxed about a lidln of imlway leadllig into the city." Iterlln, Dec. 24. Official couiinuul inil.iii today says: "I'he enemy did not renew attacka In the neighborhood of .Meiipurt yes terday. At Ulxachoote took 2U) prisoner Iiecemlter JKi. "Tlie enemy again wan active yea terduy lu the neighborhood of Cha lons. Infantry attacka followed a fl,.,.,v artillery attack made by the ,-neuiy in the region of Houan aud ivthes. Thejte were repulaed. "h, the east we hare asaumed an of feiiaive aud are advamJiia from Nle- denhurg and Holdau. We hare re puUed the Unaalana after aeveral day fighting at Mlawa, norther Poland, and the enemy' position it Mluwa agatu are ln our handa. More tliaii 101)0 prisoner were taken In these battle. "At the confluence of the Banra autl Uawka river fierce, bayonet attack took place. The, R marl in Buffered ' heavy losses on the light bank of l-oiuloii, Is'. 24. Cryatal Palace. Condon's famous recreation ground will 1st closed to the public from New Year's day until the end of the wnr to provide training quarter for soldier. RACE CASE TS IlEIXG A ltd U EI) Judge Clark Will Deride Wbetruil Tulsa Case I to Be Tried ar De murred Out of the Court. Arguments to dismiss the fO.OOO d ii in age suit Instituted agalnat Gover nor Ui Cruce, Ailjiitant (ieneral Frank M. Canton, and Ms lor WlnMt.1,1 s,,lU J- Alllaoti In the Tulaa I Vn l'"se " M"K Ue"rJ ,mlay ln v" S M" JuJ" ur ! The plaintiff claluia that the guver-, nor and bla officer had uo right to liilarfiitM U'lflt fhu Ttilun r nua Iau i t v ...... ... s.. ' tin... an lujulictloii grantetl him by 1 tliu u 11 1 uiri jwaiiat tit Tuluu imlllitM lat i v in "H.r , .n vvt 1 Vfl u 1 nB v vuui J a u i...... i . That the offWra are lintuuut by vir tue of their office the plaluntX damn cannot tie utalned by the court tu conalHtence with the four-tis-iith amendnient to the coiiatltuttiN) of the L'ulted States, which nays that "no atate shall deprive auy peraon of life, liberty or pios-rty without dim pnawtM of law." Ou the other hand It la contended that the governor of the atate at tit times has the right to call out the Billl II to enforce the lawa, auppreaa tu surrectlnn or prevent 1iitsIoii ; that In this case there wa In bla estimation ills. ut to he committed a violation of the law and that therefore the gover nor acted wlthlu the bound of bla av thbrlty. FI ND FOR (JIRLM SCHOOL NEAR TWO MIIi.ION W0EK Iltieton, lec. 24. Wellealy cullega has ohtalmsl In eah and pletlgea all but tM.iM) of the restoration and dowment fund two million dollar -st art et after the deatructloo of S4-' ment liiNt night by RUhop Wllllaia Ijiwreiice. HALF Mil J ION DOIJURO WITHDRAWS FOB XMAH St. loiil. Dee. 34. More than mofl Otm In new moorT he been withdraw from the federal treaaury her for At tiibutliin a Chrlarmaa gift. It eld by W. D. Vandlvtr, ub-treaaurer. 1 Hie ub treury balanc la (d kt'ir est ever recorded her tutaUikf V fisio.oa 'v.